November 1, 2012

The Nightmare on Pill Street!

Great Technique Plus Great Nutrition Program Leads to Outstanding Results

Evidence-Based Care vs. Subluxation Care Are they Mutually Inclusive or Exclusive?


The Nightmare on Pill Street!

On September 8. 1965. Dorothy Dandridgc. the first black American to be nominated for an Academy Award for Best Actress, was found dead. The cause was an accidental overdose of Tofranil. an anti-depressant. Moving ahead to February 11. 2012. Whitney


Great Technique Plus Great Nutrition Program Leads to Outstanding Results

Interview with Peter Hefeman, D.C. by TAC Staff D r. Peter Hcffcrnan has been in practice 37 years in the same location in Waukcsha. Wisconsin. He built a 1 ()0-paticnt-pcr-day practice within one year of graduating from Logan College of Chiropracti


Evidence-Based Care vs. Subluxation Care Are they Mutually Inclusive or Exclusive?

As published by the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill. "The most common definition of EBP [cvidcnced-bascd practice] is taken from Dr. David Sackctt. a pioneer in evidence-based practice. EBP is 'the con­scientious, explicit and judicious


Have You Considered Using Nutrition to Help Patients With Neuropathy?

About seven years ago. I switched from an insurance-based practice treating solely musculoskclctal conditions to an all-cash practice treating some mus­culoskclctal conditions as well as a lot of additional conditions like obesity, diabetes, fibromy


Homeopathy: A Perfect Partner for Chiropractors Who Work with Athletes

Supported by new research studies, homeopathy is rapidly becoming one of the most sought-after thera­pies for sports injuries. Athletes who arc looking for reliable treatments without unwanted side effects are requesting homeopathic care, and chirop


Apple Invades Chiropractic

by TAC Staff It seems commonplace when we hear of vet another sce­nario where Apple has disniptcd the status quo. redefined expectations, or created an entirely new industry. And chiropractic is no exception. From consumer-focused to EHR-intcgratcd


Kirk Lee, D.C. (1957-2012)

"Make a positive impacfon each person you interact with daily." That is a difficult task, but it is one that the late Kirk Lee. DC. accomplished with grace and poise. Dr. Lee will be remembered for more than just his work in the chiropractic profess


Chiropractors Fighting Drug Abuse

One of our jobs, as doctors of chiropractic, is to fight the wildly excessive use of prescription and rec­reational dnigs. Do you realize that The National Institute on Drug Abuse has found that one in nine youths abused dnigs in the past year? In a


Resolving Vitamin B12 Deficiency Using Oral Supplementation

New research validates high dose methylcobalamin lozenge regimen Vitamin B|2 (often referred to as cobalamin) is an essential nutrient that can only be obtained from diet or supplements. Its main function in the body is to assist in the synthesis of


Could It Be B12? A Question All Healthcare Providers Need to Ask Themselves

Interview with Sally Pacholok Could it be B n? An Epidemic ofAfisdiagnosis by Sally Pacholok and Jeffrey J. Stuart is one of the most im­portant books I have read in a long time. It is one that should be read by every doctor and health care professi

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