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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...
ADHD Drugs Outselling Antibiotics in Kids|
By Michael Dorausch, D.C.
More Kids are on More Drugs.
It's the same news we reported on in January of 2003 and August of 2002. "According to new research, the number of American children being treated with psychiatric drugs (such as Ritalin) has tripled from 1987 to 1996 and is showing no s...
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...
The Last Chiropractic Samurai|
By Jay Handt, D.C., PhC
After seeing the movie, "The Last Samurai," I felt this powerful churning in my stomach and couldn't sleep that night. No, it wasn't something I ate! What that uneasy feeling was, was how clearly the film portrayed what is happening in our Chiropractic world. But first, ...
Take a Stand on Chiropractic|
Lou Corleto, D.C., PhC (hon)
Do you want Chiropractic to "take off," your practice to "take off?" Then we need to start thinking, speaking and acting as though they have and they will. Of course doing this will separate you from many people including some chiropractors. They will call you crazy...
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...
Chiropractic Knowledge Is Power|
By Dr. Jim Dubel
One of the points in my career that helped me to take a major step forward in my practice and personal life happened while reading one of B.J. Palmer's Green Books. I have always heard most of the "on purpose" chiropractors like Dr. Sid Williams or Dr. Jim Sigafoose talking ab...
Our Strength is in Our Knowing|
By Jeanne Ohm, D.C.
More often than not, it has been our experience as chiropractors to watch an issue of truth come to the masses--a very issue we as chiropractors knew all along to be so! Think about a few of these issues which DCs have known to be true and have recently gained public popular...
The Anniversary of Chiropractic|
By Stew Bittman, D.C.
The anniversary of chiropractic's founding just recently passed quietly by for the 108th time. No ticker tape parades. Again. Perhaps the hope for celebrations in honor of the event are beyond the realm of the reasonable, but you would hope there might at least be a few fi...
Our Practice and Our Lives are Governed by Laws|
By Sid Mouk, D.C.
The Merriam-Webster Dictionary defines a Law as: "A rule of conduct or action formally recognized as binding or enforced by a controlling authority". Our lives are centered around obeying "laws" that abound in our daily experience. We have Political Laws (legislated laws that,...
Why My Dog Sees a Chiropractor|
By Dr. Syd Dhillon, Chiropractor
As an intern at Chiropractic College, I was surprised to see an older dog that had suffered neurological damage after a stroke, as a regular patient in our clinic. The dog would walk in tight circles repeatedly. After witnessing a chiropractic adjustment, I was ...
The Main Thing|
By Sid Mouk, D.C.
"The Main Thing is to Keep The Main Thing The Main Thing!"
-The Spinal Subluxation-
The title of this article is a quote by Lee Iacocca that could well apply to the Chiropractic profession. The main thing in Chiropractic is and always will be the SPINAL SUBLUXATION! It...
Is it any Different?|
By Kathi Handt
Many of us can look back to when we were in Chiropractic school in the 1950's, 60's, 70's, 80's and 90's and remember what it was like. There were lots of science courses, more science courses, and then some more. Thrown into the mix were the chiropractic courses, which, very oft...
The Subluxation Epidemic|
By Michael Dorausch, D.C.
This weeks issue of Newsweek features an article about the "epidemic" of allergies that is affecting the developed worlds children.
In the first sentence, the author suggests that if a popular magazine had run a children's health issue article a hundred years ago ...
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.
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