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Proud to be a Chiropractor|
Monday Morning Message By Sharon Gorman, D.C.
I spent part of last week in Atlanta at a Board Meeting. I got the opportunity to address the student body. I have done that many times but this is the first time since I've been a Board Member. I was trying to express to them how lucky I felt they ...
Dr. Frederick H. Barge|
From the La Crosse Tribune - Obituaries for Sunday, July 6, 2003
ONALASKA, Wis. -- Dr. Fred Barge, 70, died at his home Wednesday, July 2, 2003. He was born in La Crosse to Dr. Henry and Pauline (Ruprecht) Barge. He was married in 1957 to Audrey (Thomp-son) Barge, and together they had three da...
In Memoriam: Dr. Fred Barge|
Media Relations; Palmer Chiropractic University System
(Davenport, Iowa) Fred H. Barge, D.C., Ph.C., passed away on Wednesday, July 2, 2003, in La Crosse, Wis. A renowned chiropractic philosopher, lecturer, inventor and prolific writer, he was 70 years old. He was one of 19 chiropractors in his...
Loss of an Icon - Fred H. Barge, DC, PhC.|
(Forwarded by Bobby Braile @ NYK)
The chiropractic profession has lost an icon, and I have lost a dear friend.
Fred H. Barge DC, PhC died Wednesday morning July 2, 2003 at his home in
LaCrosse Wisconsin. As of this newsletter the family has chosen to hold a
private service for the fa...
Research reveals possible link between infertility and undetected spinal problems|
By Madeline Behrendt, D.C.
Psst... the secret is out. Have you seen it?
"IT" is The Journal of Vertebral Subluxation website (www.jvsr.com), which has begun publication of a series of case studies and commentaries documenting positive responses to chiropractic care among infertile women, reg...
Asthma Cases Double in U.S.|
By Michael Dorausch, D.C.
Over the past 15 years, cases of Asthma in the United States have doubled. Asthma now affects some 15 million Americans and according to some sources, those numbers are underestimated. A recent article on drkoop.com states that asthma is the most common of chronic chil...
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...
Oh My Aching Back|
By Michael Dorausch, D.C.
The other day I hurt my back. Some people find it amusing that a chiropractor could hurt their back and let me assure you, it does happen. It was about twenty past six in the morning and I was in my regular Monday morning step class. We were doing lunges off of the ste...
Fish Spills Guts|
By Harvey Fish, D.C.
"Sudden, Unexpected Death May Kill Many Adults" -- headline from Reuters Health, March 28
I don't know about you but the headline above speaks very loudly about the way folks in the media try and communicate to us about some of the more humorless aspects of life. I sus...
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 ...
Is Your Office Loving, Serving, Giving|
By Super CA Lynne
I hope everyone had an amazingly healing week!
My question this week... If you have been given a gift to share with your brothers and sisters but you are not sharing this gift because they can't afford to pay for it what's the use of having a gift? I don't like to be nega...
Step Eighteen to a Hundred a Day|
By Dr. Rick Wren
Step #18 to a hundred a day is actually Advanced Success Principle #8 (Practice staff motivation and use staff incentives) and it causes the most curiosity among doctors. My philosophy has been that most employees don't want to be twice as busy for the same pay, so why would th...
Tellin' The Story|
By Super CA Lynne Gawley-Hofstetter
I had an awesome opportunity to do one of my favorite things this week, talk chiropractic to strangers. I set up an information booth at one of our local malls. It's really funny to see the silly things people do when they realize it is a chiropractic booth. ...
Antibiotic Misuse and Public Misunderstanding|
by Michael Dorausch, D.C.
The Food and Drug Administration (FDA) is hoping to cut down on the use of unnecessary antibiotics by mandating warning labels on prescription packaging, according to recent news reports. The inappropriate use of antibiotics has been a major contributor to the problem ...
Dear Chiropractic Past, Present, and Future|
By Travis Robertson
The following was written on August 8, 2002. Though the timing is late, having written this in August, I find it important to show my thanks and love as we begin the rest of our lives in this truly wondrous profession.
As I sit here, this night of August 8, 2002, reflec...
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