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Chiropractic for the Planet
By Dr. Stew Bittman
Today is Earth Day. We thought this article, originally published on February 10, 2000, was very much appropriate for this day.
Mahatma Gandhi once said, "You must be the change you wish to see in the world". These are very wise words that are vividly applicable to our ...
Please, Hands Off!
By Ryan French, D.C.
The Importance of Having a Non-Invasive Birth Process
(Originally published in ICPA Jan-Feb 2002 Newsletter)
Most chiropractors encourage their pregnant patients to be well-informed and deal with the birth process with the least amount of interference possible. We d...
It's Time to Listen to the Voice
By Sharon Gorman, D.C.
The void is where God is. Empty places, empty moments are not really empty; they're pregnant. God is the potential fullness gushing out from every empty space, the ever-present possibility of a magic moment or miraculous thought. Off the blank page jumps a cosmic summons ...
Chiropractic's Destiny
By Sid Mouk, DC
Chiropractic's Destiny -- or is it?
An idea whose time has come. A concept that is spreading throughout the entire population of a country or even the whole planet. The "Hundred Monkeys" concept (when more than a certain percentage of a population accepts and adopts an idea, ...
The Jewel of Panama - A chiropractors experience in one of the world's most feared prisons
By Michael Dorausch, D.C.
La Joya, "the jewel" in english, is a primary maximum security facility in the country of Panama. It houses prisoners accused of the most serious crimes. La Joya has a planned capacity of 1,250, yet it currently houses over 2,200 inmates. It is located about 50 miles o...
Colon, Panama - a Group Experience
By Michael Dorausch, D.C.
Welcome everybody. Today I had the privilege to visit the town of Colon in Panama. A group of us boarded a bus at about 7:30 AM and headed out on a one-hour drive to the city where we would adjust today. We had heard many things about Colon (most of them not good due t...
Playing Nice With Others
By Sharon Gorman, D.C.
Do you get along well with your patients? Do you get along well with your staff? Do people come to you because they like you or because they are scared they will become symptomatic again? When you talk with people do they feel closer to you or further away from you as a r...
Blame No One - Expect Nothing - Do Something
By Sharon Gorman, D.C.
Blame No One, wait, but it is their fault. I can't be accountable for their actions. It's all their fault. They are screwing me. If only they would do it my way.
The big problem with living with a victim mentality is that you can't change other people and if you rely...
The Fourth Dimension
By Dr. James Sigafoose
I can do nothing of myself, the father within me does the works. I live not, but the consciousness of Christ lives in me. This is the fourth dimension in life which you do not live by bread alone, nor by personal will, effort or personal wisdom.
There comes a point i...
Flu Cases Start to Swell

According to outside-in news, Flu cases are in the U.S. are on the rise even though there is plenty of vaccine available.
All of a sudden folks are showing up with the flu and according to a Cox News Service article, "... local doctors say they, too, are experiencing a crush of flu patients...
Plane Wreckage Found in Panama
By Michael Dorausch, D.C.
An article about the wreckage of the U.S. plane from World War II appeared in yesterday's ABC news. Dr. Norris A. Erickson from Aurora, IL brought the article to my attention. According to the article, the remains of the U.S. Army plane that disappeared during World Wa...
Occurrence Vs.Claims-Made Policies Explained
By Dr. Stuart Hoffman
Editors Note: Some things about practice still confuse me (actually lots of things do) so I plan to bring more technical office related articles to the news from outside authors.
Q: What is the difference between an Occurrence and a Claims-Made Policy?
Under occu...
Red Light, Green Light
By Sharon Gorman, D.C.
I spoke at New Beginnings this weekend. As you stand in front of the audience in front of you is a device someone created. It is a red light, green light and yellow light mounted on wood. It tells you when you are running out of time and when you should end your talk. Wou...
The Best and Worst of Times
By Stew Bittman, D.C.
I don't believe I ever read the entire book, but I know that Dickens' "A Tale of Two Cities" begins with the famous phrase, "It was the best of times; it was the worst of times". Maybe I never finished the book because I didn't understand the first line.
Now, I find m...
My Fellow Principled New Years Revelers
By Stew Bittman, D.C.
The crowds are assembling down at Stateline, Nevada here in Lake Tahoe, preparing for another New Year's Eve of reveling and drinking and freezing their behinds off, celebrating God knows what. This is considered the thing to do in these parts, and I'm sure at one time in ...
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