Enhancing Collaboration in the Treatment of the Elderly
Interview with Dennis Enix, DC, MBA
By The American Chiropractor10 min
Retiring Wealthy from Practice
There are as many ideas of what it means to be “wealthy” or “retired” as there are people who work a job or have a career. For some of us, work is what we enjoy, and besides a few vacations to relax and have a change of pace, the thought of retiring to live the typical retirement lifestyle sounds about as exciting as watching grass grow.
By Michael Carberry8 min
Strain/Sprain Is One Syndrome
1. Not Two Separate Pathologies / 2. And Is Permanent
By Mark Studin,William J. Owens7 min
25+ Years of Innovation
An Interview with eclipse PRACTICE MANAGEMENT SOFTWARE Creators Karen Walters, DC, and Mike Norworth
By The American Chiropractor7 min
Solutions for Low Back Pain and Instability
Throughout the almost 40 years I have been in practice, one of the questions I have always asked myself when confronted with a clinical presentation is why? For example, why do so many people have low back pain? One of my revelations in almost all cases of lumbosacral pain and dysfunction is a significant instability of the lower portion of lumbar spine.
By George B. Roth7 min
Is this the Year to Address Your Patients’ Weight Issues?
Over the past 25 years of practice, I have come to expect that many of the conditions my patients present with are not simply musculoskeletal issues. While adjusting the patient is always beneficial, there are often additional therapies that will help the patient have increased results.
By Todd G. Singleton6 min
Teacher, for the Love of it
You should be a teacher.” Those famous last words have brought me to where I am today. As I reflect on my path, I wonder what people saw in me that projected that I was destined for academia. For those considering teaching as a career, is it a good fit for you?
By Guinevere Bennett5 min
Important Anti-inflammatory Foods to Include in Your Diet
Losing weight is an important step toward becoming healthier. In fact, once you’ve lost 10% of your body weight, you are instantly healthier. Most of the diseases that plague our society— heart disease, diabetes, arthritis, and high blood pressure —can be mitigated by lifestyle changes.
By Jason Strotheide5 min
Flying Through Heaven, We Brought Someone Back!
Iwas highly excited to attend my dear Aunt Shirlee’s surprise ninetieth birthday party. "My Aunt Shirlee donated one of her kidneys to her husband; she is always a positive inspiration in my life and a devoted fundraiser for the Linda Creed Breast Foundation."
By Alan Creed4 min
Is this a Need or a Want? Understanding Medical Necessity
The latest Office of Inspector General (OIG) report landed in late October. It showed how chiropractors are being paid for care for which they should not be paid, and made some drastic suggestions to Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services (CMS).