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  • 10 More Great Techniques Part III

    Here is what you can find in this article:  Previous Techniques Featured Introduction by Donald Epstein, D.C. ...

  • 25 Years of Whiplash Research

    Dr. Croft is the Founding Director of the Spine Research Institute of San Diego. He has been actively engaged in ...

  • A Man of Many Hats

    Chiropractic Leadership Alliance’s versatile Co-Founder is one the most influential minds that the profession has ...

  • A Man with Insight

    A Man with Insight

    He was a popular, charismatic high school student. A national AAU karate champion. An inexperienced, undersized ...


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Protecting your R.O.I.

You hear it discussed on the radio.  You see it discussed on TV.  You read about it in the newspapers.  What’s the best investment?  Where can you put your money and get the best return?  What is safe and what is ...

Children and Rehabilitation

Children, like adults, often need to do some exercises as part of their chiropractic treatment.  But, how safe is exercise for children, especially exercise with resistance?  How much weight is appropriate for a growing body?  And ...

The Graston Technique: Changing the Treatment of Soft Tissue Injuries

A clinically researched, innovative treatment modality is changing the way chiropractors are treating soft tissue injuries—including the most difficult repetitive stress diagnoses.  The mode of treatment, the Graston Technique, offers ...

Chiropractic News Around the World

Life University Takes Another Hit: Students File Lawsuit GEORGIA:  When it rains it pours.  Less than two weeks after losing its chiropractic accreditation, Life University faces 75 current and former students filing suit, The Atlanta ...

Why magnesium for the chiropractic patient?

Back in 1992, Elin referred to mag-nesium as the fifth, but forgotten, electrolyte.1  This is not surprising, as magnesium’s importance is rarely mentioned, perhaps due to our culture’s obsession with calcium.   One would never ...

Is Hormone Replacement “Therapy”?

During the third week in July of 2002, The Journal of the American Medical Association reported that a large scale clinical trial on hormone replacement therapy (HRT) had been halted five years into the study.1  Researchers at 40 clinics ...

Financial Management for Future Freedom

BUDGETING & PLANNING Budgeting includes short- and long-term plans Look beyond next year! This article was written to help you on budgeting for your chiropractic practice.  We’re starting now to develop your practice’s 2003 ...

Marketing for Growth

New Patients are the lifeblood of any chiropractic practice.  New patients are critical for your expansion.  An important factor to consider when talking about expansion is the quality of care you offer your existing patients.  ...

Going the “Extra Mile” with the Orthotics Process

The main values of providing custom orthotics are the postural support, protection, and comfort they offer to your patients.  Another important aspect of the orthotics process, however, is the help you can give your patients in getting ...

Homeopathic Answers for Vaccinations

Evidence is mounting on both sides of the vaccination issues.  Anything, from minor symptoms to lifelong diseases to death, can occur from either not being immunized or, more frighteningly, from being immunized!  Actually, the results ...