Inside the Profession
By Donald M. Petersen Jr., BS, HCD(hc), FICC(h), Publisher
We have numerous studies on the positive impact of the chiropractic adjustment for various spinal ailments. Most of this research references "spinal manipulation." But in the midst of these efforts, another silent enemy is working against the chiropractic profession.
X-ray / Imaging / MRI
By Deborah Pate, DC, DACBR
A patient presents with complaints of hip pain primarily on the right
side, lower back pain and stiffness in both hips. She has not been to
see the orthopedist who did the surgery on her right hip since the
initial surgery and rehab. She states she has not fallen, and that she
is able to walk, sit and climb stairs, since she had both hips replaced.
Billing / Insurance / Records
By Editorial Staff
UnitedHealthCare has announced an innovative new benefit design
that will allow members of certain employer-sponsored health plans to
access chiropractic care in cases of acute LBP with $0
By Jeffrey Tucker, DC, DACRB
Chiropractors are trend setters, and as we enter 2020, trends are all
around chiropractic. Getting patients better faster is still a top
trend, and doing it with your hands will never go out of style. But
along with that, you will need to be able to find innovative ways to
introduce healthy lifestyles, health optimization and physical activity
into the public's daily life.