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Chiropractic & Colic Babies|
By Super CA Jackie
If you have a colic baby (aka infant colic), there is help on the way. Usually the first step is to change formulas and to try every brand on the market. When that doesn't work, you are calling your pediatrician on a daily basis to say that your baby is still crying all day. ...
The chiropractic law we've been waiting for!|
(Information gathered from WCA website)
If you are a regular reader of news from the World Chiropractic Alliance you have probably already read about "H.R. 2560" which is intended as an amendment to the Social Security Act to clarify the scope of chiropractic services in the United States.
Some Chiropractic News Links For You|
One gentle adjustment - From football field to doctor's office
... The ex-B.C. slotback is doing his hands-on work for a bigger cause these days. The guy deemed not good enough to catch passes by ex-general manager Adam Rita two seasons ago now works on former teammates, having graduated la...
Chiropractors Own Back Expert Position|
Ipsos-Reid survey says B.C. chiropractors "own" back care issues in this province
RICHMOND, BC, June 27 /CNW/ - A landmark study conducted by Ipsos-Reid for the British Columbia College of Chiropractors, demonstrates that the profession in this province enjoys overwhelming support, and more cre...
Purpose of Prayer and Meditation|
By Sharon Gorman, D.C.
Are things outside of you dictating your mood? If things are going good you are good. If things aren't going good then you aren't good. Most people function in response to their environment or outside circumstances.
The purpose of prayer and meditation is to prepare ...
Step #19 to a Hundred a Day|
by Dr. Rick Wren
Step #19 to a hundred chiropractic patients a day (Have consistent promotional activities), is actually Advanced Success Principle #9. They take alot of time and fore thought, so most doctors do not do them. Promotions break the monotony of daily practice and create a vacuum. Y...
Autistic Spectrum Disorders in California|
By Michael Dorausch, D.C.
A report was released by the state of California Department of Developmental Services yesterday with findings of a 97 percent increase in Autism cases during the past four years. For those of you interested in more information regarding this report, it is titled... Aut...
Leadership in Chiropractic and Life|
by Sharon Gorman, D.C.
I have had sort of a revelation this week. I realized that I am a leader. When I was younger I always prided myself in being very independent. I thought that if I wanted something done right I would have to do it myself. That was my way of controlling situations and creat...
I'm feeling better, why must I still come in?|
By Super CAs Jackie and Lynne
There may be things here you can use in your office.
I'm feeling better, why must I still come so often? This is a frequently asked question from a new patient.
The answer to that question is, healing takes time. For some patients they felt that a miracle...
The "Spin" on the truth about cancer therapy|
By Sal Martingano M.S., D.C.
(note: this is not an article on chiropractic but the principle applies.)
Ever since I started my journey in HC I noticed that it was increasingly difficult to find the actual facts. You would think that the facts would be easy to find. Actually, the facts are ...
Judge Charles Moye Jr. Ruling Against CCE |
IN THE UNITED STATES DISTRICT COURT
NORTHERN DISTRICT OF GEORGIA
LIFE UNIVERSITY, INC.
THE COUNCIL ON CHIROPRACTIC EDUCATION, INC.;
THE COUNCIL ON CHIROPRACTIC EDUCATION COMMISSION
ON ACCREDITATION; AND
PAUL D. WALKER, individually...
Links on Life University from AJC|
In the latest news, a federal judge has restored accreditation of Life University's chiropractic program. Here is a group of collected links regarding Life University. All the below links point to the Atlanta Journal-Constitution newspaper website, accessatlanta.com.
• Chiropractic school g...
Bad Things Happen To Good People|
By Adam R. Tanase (Tri-7 Student, Logan College of Chiropractic)
Bad things happen to good people - It's a part of life. Events occur that we simply cannot control or explain. Although we
might not like them, we have to find the strength and courage to work our way through. I was raised to ...
Step #16 to a Hundred a Day|
By Dr. Rick Wren
Step #16 to a Hundred a Day is actually Advanced Success Principle #6 (Use precision adjusting with high energy). This is a difficult concept for new practitioners. We graduate from Chiropractic College thinking that an adjustment doesn't compare to medical surgery in value. So...
Old Habits are Hard to Break|
By Travis Robertson (6th trimester student - Palmer College)
If you have ever tried to break yourself of a bad habit, you know how hard it can be. You have to break it once then again and again and again. You have to do it many times at relatively close intervals. This helps your body to retrai...
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