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2022 Technology: The Trend For Your Chiropractic Practice
Want to know what the emerging trend is in 2022? I’ll sum it up for you in one word – TECHNOLOGY. Technology is changing healthcare and specifically chiropractic at a rapid pace. The use of tech to improve electronic health records, patient portals, wearables, patient communication, and patient and provider... VIEW FULL ARTICLE
3 Essential Tools for Managing Cerviogenic Headaches
Almost every manual therapist agrees that spinal manipulation is essential for managing Cervicogenic Headaches (CGH). However, the successful long-term resolution of CGH patients often requires a multifaceted approach that includes more than isolated SMT. So here are three ancillary tools to help you assess and manage this problem more... VIEW FULL ARTICLE
Absorb This: Topicals VS Epidermis
How much pain relief and penetration are patients getting from topicals through the layers of epidermis, and how can they get maximum relief?
Patients enjoy and take advantage of a wide variety of topical products in my office for pain relief. The results I see using topical creams on my... VIEW FULL ARTICLE
Caring for COVID-19 survivors, recovery solutions for health care practitioners
COVID-19 survivors, including ‘long haulers,’ have specific nutritional and therapy treatment needs
Conventional medicine only takes some COVID-19 survivors and especially “long haulers” so far. I’ve consulted numerous long haulers, and unconventional therapies are not only a reasonable option, but a necessity. Especially with long-term symptoms like aches and pains,... VIEW FULL ARTICLE
Checks and Balances
There are occasions when honest mistakes and oversights are made that can lead to financial losses for the office. Money that is coming in from patients or insurance payments throughout the day may get misplaced during busy patient hours. You may also have a small amount of petty cash available... VIEW FULL ARTICLE
Chiropractic Care & Women’s Health Resources for Your Practice
Men and women may experience similar aches and pains, however, women often require specialized care for their neuromusculoskeletal issues based on their body structure and unique needs. As a DC, you can help determine the cause of your patients’ pain and create a care plan focused on pain relief, prevention... VIEW FULL ARTICLE