June 1, 2020


I Don't Want Advanced Rights. I like Sweating Bills and Referring my Patients


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I Don't Want Advanced Rights. I like Sweating Bills and Referring my Patients

Expanded practice laws—what does that mean? To the average Joe, it means more income, more responsibility, more ability, more fun, and more ideas. See, the problem is not the average Joe. It’s the average crazy one. You know the ones that hated ultrasound and galvanic current in the 70s.


Good Posture: A State of Relaxation

What is posture? Do you ever notice people with good posture? They walk erect with their heads lifted, shoulders back, arms swinging evenly, and moving with a simple, efficient gait. Unfortunately, most of us have some structural imbalance that causes us to alter our posture.


Chiropractic and the Immune System Part II

Last month, I ended part I of this article by suggesting that the best defense against disease and infection remains the maintenance of health. Perhaps one of the roles that the chiropractic profession brings to the healthcare marketplace is maintaining health by recognizing, with its unique diagnostic methods, early deviations from normal body functions, both visceral and structural.


Chiropractic Nutrition in Children: Set the Stage for Success

As chiropractors, we understand the importance of nutrition for our patients. Our patients do best when we take a holistic approach to their health. D.D. Palmer, the father of the chiropractic profession, taught that focusing on all three areas of health (physical, emotional, and chemical) can achieve the best possible results.


Colin O'Brady: Impossible No More

The widely reported “Impossible Row” concluded earlier this year as the most recent world record accomplishment by the extreme athlete and author Colin O’Brady. The feat involved a six-man team powering through 12 days of rowing to cross the treacherous Drake Passage from Cape Horn in the south of Chile to the Shetland Islands and the tip of Antarctica, covering 655.2 nautical miles.


Healthy Summer Footwear

After a long, bone-chilling winter over most of the country and abroad, most people look forward to the warm breezes and soft sand beaches of summer. Take it from someone born and raised in Florida, it’s great to kick off the work shoes and slip into something more comfortable for relaxation and recreation.


Technology in Health Care is the Key to Patient Satisfaction

According to the 2019 Healthcare Consumer Trends Report (NRC Health, 2019), the thing patients want more than any other is convenience, and the best way to meet that need is through technology. It states that using technology to better connect with patients is an idea that is discussed often but can feel out of reach for many healthcare providers.

From the Director's Desk

From the Director's Desk

Well, what a year 2020 is turning out to be! June marks that half-way point, and we certainly can’t predict how it will end. If the beginning of the year is any indicator, it’s sure to be eventful. Let’s draw some inspiration in this journey from the remarkable feat accomplished by Colin O’Brady, and his crew, in crossing the Drake Passage, as seen on the cover.



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Precision Pain Relief

The PhysioLITE II is a therapeutic ultrasound wave device that generates deep heat through ultrasound energy. The pulse waves travel deep into the tissue and induce vasodilation, which helps increase blood flow to the treated area and is found to help relieve pain and reduce muscle spasms.

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