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Chiropractor gets Bob Gilder back on track for Regions Charity Classic
By Michael Dorausch, D.C.
Early Saturday morning, May 19, professional golfer Bob Gilder was thinking of withdrawing from the Regions Charity Classic due to back problems he was having. According to news articles, the 56 year old, nine time winner on the 50 and over tour, was feeling very skept...
Dr. Bob Braile to run for Life Presidency
By Michael Dorausch, D.C.
Dr. Bob Braile has decided to run for the presidency of Life University in Marrietta, GA. The board of trustees would like to hear from you on this matter asap. I am including info from Dr. Brailes website below along with links for more information.
The following...
Chiropractors Embracing Communication Technologies
By Michael Dorausch, D.C.
A recent Now You Know chiropractic newsletter authored by Bob Braile, D.C. discusses the issue of chiropractors and the internet and asks a question that I so often ask myself... What would BJ Palmer do?
Following a recent speaking engagement at Palmer Lyceum Dr. ...
Chiropractic Care for Veterans
By Michael Dorausch, D.C.
I received notice today from the International Chiropractors Association (ICA) that US Representative Bob Filner's legislative initiative to provide program wide chiropractic staffing at all US Department of Veterans Affairs facilities, H.R. 1470, has passed out of the...
Chiropractors to Keep our Veterans Healthy Act
by ICA News
California Rep. Bob Filner has introduced vitally important legislation, HR 1471, the "Better Access to Chiropractors to Keep our Veterans Healthy Act (BACK Veterans Health Act)," which would provide for urgently needed reforms in the way veteran beneficiaries of the US Department o...
Leadership and Focus with Chiropractor Ian Grassam
By Michael Dorausch, D.C.
In 1997 I had the good fortune to be the student president for the International Chiropractors Association representing the chiropractic campus at CCCLA in Los Angeles, California. One of the highlights of my involvement in student politics was the times I enjoyed talk...
Letting Go and Letting your Chiropractic Life Grow
By Sharon Gorman, Doctor of Chiropractic
Chiropractor news features content intended specifically for the doctor of chiropractic. Many of the articles on this website (in this particular category) focus on the lifestyle, motivation and discipline related to being an "in the field" chiropractor....
Taking Care of (Chiropractic) Business
By Sharon Gorman, Chiropractor
Wouldn't it be nice if we could go into our chiropractic office and love, serve and give all day without dealing with insurance companies and taking care of some difficult patients and having to manage the business part of your office. I find the loving, serving a...
Do a Little Extra Chiropractic Today
By Sharon Gorman, D.C.
Well maybe I don't really mean DO a little extra. Maybe I mean BE a little extra. I'm not asking for you to add something else to your "to do list." Do what you do with a little more LOVE. Do it with a little more STYLE. When you are with your people in the office take an...
Seeing Yourself as a Success

By Sharon Gorman, D.C.
We all see ourselves as being a certain way. I remember back in chiropractic college some students already saw themselves as being wealthy. These students had nicer toys and wore more expensive and/or wore more trendy clothes. They hadn't worked a day in their lives y...
Sharing the Chiropractic Love
A Collection of Chiropractic Love Stories
Chiropractic, how do I love thee, let me count the ways. SERVING humanity through our vocation has been the great love of my young life. The privilege of being able to connect and help people on a very deep and profound level has been a blessing. The pe...
Are PTs Stealing Chiropractic?
by Bob Braile, D.C.
One of the hottest topics lately has been the movement of Physical Therapists into the area of "Spinal Manipulation." In many states, there is a well organized, well funded push toward expansion of the PT's scope of practice into an area that many DCs see as an encroachment ...
The Basis of Chiropractic as I see it...
By Eddy Cohen, D.C.
The Basis of Chiropractic as I see it...
Chiropractic is based upon the simple principle that the body naturally strives toward health. This is the normal expression of the body's innate intelligence. The nerve system's primary responsibility is to coordinate this proce...
Success in Chiropractic Practice - What Does it Take?
Bob Simmonetti, D.C.
(From the 34th Principle)
There are many ingredients needed to be successful in chiropractic practice. Some are related to character traits, others to business acumen and to a great degree your success in practice will be determined by how you view your role in our healt...
Chiropractic care and children with Asthma
By Super CA Jackie and Suzanne
My friend wanted to share her son's Chiropractic story. She was one of my toughest challenges in convincing her to start Chiropractic care. She had a negative attitude about the effectiveness of Chiropractic "Wellness" Care. She challenged me and said, "This Chiro...
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