By Editorial Staff
Based upon recent research, VA chiropractors can indeed do a great deal of good when it comes to reducing veterans' reliance on opioid medications. Witness a 2018 study by Dr. Anthony Lisi, director of chiropractic services for the VA, and colleagues.
Active Care Protocols
By Jeffrey Tucker, DC, DACRB
In cases of cervical spine trauma, particularly trauma related to a motor vehicle accident, my plan is to teach the patient one exercise per session and build a progression. The following plan can fit into a trial of treatment over six weeks – e.g., you schedule the patient two times a week for six weeks.
Marketing Your Practice
By Rob Berman and Cindy Donaldson
One of the biggest marketing mistakes most practice owners or
administrators make is not putting themselves in their prospective or
current patients' shoes. How do they think and feel about you and your
practice? What makes them take action? What do they say about you to
others? Why do they stay – and more importantly, why do they leave?
By Naomi Albertson, MD
Erase that image of the 20-year-old, muscle-bound bodybuilder using
creatine. Replace it with the image of a lean, strong, fit 80-year-old
hiking up a mountain. Creatine, a staple of athletes for more than 50
years, is now being used by athletes and non-athletes alike to help slow
normal age-related muscle loss, improve exercise recovery, increase
strength, and live a more active lifestyle.
By Editorial Staff
As 2018 winds down, let's highlight the most popular articles in Dynamic Chiropractic this year. Popularity was
determined by aggregating digital readership statistics, download /
reprint requests, social media and forum comments, letters to the editor
and other variables.
The Ethics of Care
Last issue, Dr. James Lehman discussed the bait and switch tactic that appears to be alive and well in chiropractic. A reader chimes in with his perspective on this ongoing ethical challenge for the profession.