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Want your Chiropractic Practice to Grow|
by Dr. Sharon Gorman, Chiropractor
If you want your chiropractic practice to grow you need to stop using the term "I'm Busy." When you are busy there is no room for growth. That word limits you. If you are busy then you are telling the world that you are maxed out.
It's like the story of t...
International Chiropractic Pediatric Association Continues Growth|
by Michael Dorausch, DC
The International Chiropractic Pediatric Association (ICPA) is on a continued growth spurt and may soon become the largest organization representing chiropractors worldwide.
While membership numbers in some US based national chiropractic associations have been dippi...
Oregon Chiropractic College plans to grow in 2009|
By Daria Belov
There are 18 chiropractic schools, colleges, and universities throughout the United States, that offer a doctor of chiropractic program. Students can earn their doctor of chiropractic degrees in Eastern states, Southern states, Northern states, Midwestern states, and Western sta...
Law Number Six For Practice Growth|
By Shawn Powers, D.C.
A dear friend of B.J.'s Elbert Hubbart, author, inventor and philosopher, and not to be confused with L.R. Hubbard, said "The line between failure and success is so fine, that we scarcely know when we pass it; so fine that we are often on the line and do ...
Law Number Five For Practice Growth|
By Dr. Shawn Powers
Certainty & Self Confidence
"If we all did the things we are capable of doing, we would literally astound ourselves."
When I interview a prospective employee I ask two vital questions that help me determine their level of self-esteem, confidence, and certainty.
Law Number Four For Practice Growth|
By Dr. Shawn Powers
Initiative & Willingness
I hope you had as much fun celebrating Founder's Day as I did. I am so thankful to be a chiropractor and am so indebted to those who forged the way. Take time this month to be mindful of the struggles and rededicate yourself to being a paradigm ...
Doubts Grow Concerning Hormone Therapy|
A recent article in USA Today suggests that women should not count on hormone replacement therapy for several conditions that it is currently being used to treat. According to the article, the benefits of hormone replacement therapy "are becoming murkier, the potential risks of long-term therapy...
Parents fear growing number of vaccines|
Source: USA TODAY
Never have American children received so many vaccinations: Most of the 11,000 babies born each day in the USA will get at least 21 vaccinations before they start first grade - more than twice as many as a decade ago.
Never have questions about vaccines been so pointed....
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....
Raised in Chiropractic|
By Dr. Robert Crystal
A big concern from many students and new DC's is whether our philosophy is practical. Please allow me to share my feelings on that. I was raised in chiropractic. It is something I do not take for granted, and appreciate so very much. Not that I was taught the words to exp...
My 37th Sigafoose Gathering|
By Stew Bittman, D.C.
My 37th Sigafoose Gathering (oh my God!) has just come and gone, and I'm feeling really good about life, liberty, and the pursuit of my mission. The Gatherings just keep getting better and better. The love that is shared so freely and unconditionally there; the heart open...
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...
Network Film Crews Focus in on the Practice of Chiropractic|
by Michael Dorausch, DC
West Los Angeles local doctor of chiropractic offices receive some television attention thanks to Planet Chiropractic and the growing use of TV content creators using the internet to research topics and make contacts.
Dr. Luke Cohen of Pacific Palisades, and Dr. Jef...
More Superbugs Resisting Antibiotics|
Several sources in the press are again reporting on the growing resistance of bacteria to prescribed antibiotics.
The CDC reported this week that a 63-year-old woman died from an infection of Staphylococcus aureus which was resistant to traditional antibiotics.
Interestingly, staph bac...
Does milk do a body that much good?|
By Darrel Crain, Chiropractor
I love cheese, don't you? Cheese, of course, is made from the milk of strange-looking four-legged mammals with big eyes and dull horns who live in concentration camps scattered around the countryside. You know -- dairy cows.
Chances are that the cow who made t...
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