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Confessions of a Life Based Chiropractor|
By Shawn Powers, D.C.
When a leader reaches out in passion, he is usually met with an answering passion. - John C. Maxwell
I must confess, I never think of adjusting a spine or a subluxation. The focus of the adjustment is on the expression of that individual, their life, the reconnection,...
Trust the Journey|
By Lynn Rivard, Principled CA
I have discovered something unusual in my time as a Principled CA. We all know the power of innate intelligence and we know that it is at work for us...always in our corner...always on our side....the compass giving us direction. We witness every day the power of...
Powerful Bones, Powerful Girls - Powerful Message|
By Madeline Behrendt, D.C.
A recent feature on MSNBC profiled the "Powerful Bones, Powerful Girls" campaign which is promoted by the Centers for Disease Control (CDC). The campaign aims to educate girls that what they do now makes a difference later for their bones, and gives special attention ...
Our Duty to Educate|
Adam R. Tanase
(Tri-5 Student, Logan College of Chiropractic)
Undoubtedly, the discussion of Chiropractic with some individuals is notorious for being a bit complicated. Many people can cling to its concept as if it were a life-preserver. The Titanic medical model they innocently boarded whe...
Focus on the Gifts|
By Sharon Gorman, D.C.
"When there is nothing left but God, that is when you find out God is all you need."
I hate when life doesn't turn out the way that I think it should. I've been there and every time it gets really challenging I get desperate enough to call on God and there he is. Som...
Being Totally Conscious Of The Healing Process|
By Sid Mouk, D.C.
HEALING is what it's all about. All of us in this profession are Healers or we wouldn't be in Chiropractic. And all of us should be competent "doctors", also, but that's not why we're here. This world is too full of "doctors" who can put a name on the dis-ease the patient temp...
May The Force Be With You|
By Michael Dorausch, D.C.
Warning: This article contains quotes from the upcoming Star Wars: Episode II - Attack of the Clones.
It's that time again. Within days from now, millions of children worldwide (and adults) will be back in the spirit of Star Wars, and talking about "The Force." It...
With Knowledge Comes Responsibility|
By Travis Robertson
5th Tri Student - Palmer College of Chiropractic
There's a saying that says, "With great power comes great responsibility." There is another that says, "Knowledge is power." Now, if "Knowledge is power" and "With great power comes great responsibility," would it make sens...
When was the last time you had your bike adjusted?|
By Richard Cimadoro, D.C.
It goes without saying that if your wheel is out of alignment, you won't get far. But if you're having to call a friend to pick you up twenty minutes into your 50 mile ride because your back's killing you, maybe you need to keep reading. As a chiropractor and competiti...
Presuppositions of Healing|
By Sid Mouk, DC
In Neurolinguistic Programming (NLP), the establishment of presuppositions is considered vital in relation to any approach to healing. In fact, many NLP practitioners consider this to be the single most essential procedure in any successful approach to healing. They teach that o...
Step #9 to a Hundred a Day|
By Dr. Rick Wren
Success Principle #9 (Always call new patients) is actually easy to do, but makes doctors sometimes very nervous. The new patient should be called on day 2 after the Report of Findings and the First Adjustment. The doctor should never ask, "How are you doing?". This question in...
My fellow participants in the Great Mystery|
By Stew Bittman, D.C.
Just came in from shoveling 6 or 7 inches of snow (yes, this is April 17th and yes, 2 days ago it was 70 degrees!). While I was out there, reflecting with amusement about the complaints I will undoubtedly be hearing later concerning dead daffodils and buried golf courses a...
Chiropractic & Children: A Natural Approach to Ear Infections and Other Childhood Problems|
By Dr. James Gregg
Otitis Media or Ear Infections is a Primary Concern for Many Children. Disgruntled parents often report that Pediatricians are too quick to prescribe antibiotics and/or to perform surgery. There are many causes of ear infections, these include allergies, teething, fever, and ...
Ear Infections in Kids|
By Dr. Ryan French
I feel compelled to share this story with you. I am as angry as I have been for a long time. Last week a young boy (we'll call him Jack), age 6, was brought by his parents into our office to get checked for the first time. The little boy literally had pus oozing out of both e...
Step #8 To A Hundred A Day|
By Dr. Rick Wren
Dear Colleagues and Friends, Success Principle #8 (Keep complete and detailed practice statistics) is one of the most easy to do, but surprisingly is not done by many doctors. Practice stats are the pulse of your practice. In other words you can check your stats to see if your ...
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