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Points of Relief Blog

Collaborating closely with our fellow manufacturers, industry associations, and clinical educators, the Points of Relief Blog delivers clinical insights, emerging trends, and best practices with the ultimate goal of helping you and your patients move “pain-free” and perform better.

Checks and Balances

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


Five Pain Relieving Modalities

Five Pain Relieving Modalities

Patients who invest in a long-term relationship with doctors expect positive outcomes, including number of healthy days, pain levels and movement, as well as how they feel and look. Often, treatments/health plans are not black and white because patient health involves complex issues related to stress, life passages, and aging.

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Upgrade Your Topical Pain Relief with a Layered Approach

Upgrade Your Topical Pain Relief with a Layered Approach

Topicals have long been used as a in clinic and at home pain control.  As clinicians have incorporated more advanced soft tissue treatments in their clinics, we have also started introducing topicals for a number of different reasons.  The two major reasons for utilizing topicals in conjunction with soft tissue... VIEW FULL ARTICLE


Hands-on topical applications and layering with complementary therapeutics

Hands-on topical applications and layering with complementary therapeutics

As published by Chiro Economics | View on www.chiroeco.com

Pre- and post-treatment topicals and topical applications are expanding for more patient care options

Never in our professional lives has it been more critical to not “go it” alone. We are all connected and dependent on each other’s sharing of treatments that... VIEW FULL ARTICLE