Marketing / Office / Staff
By James Edwards, DC
As a chiropractic expert on many malpractice cases for both plaintiff
and defense lawyers for more than a decade, I've discovered there is a
huge problem with asking a new patient to sign an informed-consent form
in the reception room before he or she has ever visited with the doctor.
By K. Jeffrey Miller, DC, MBA
Patrick's and Hibb's tests are traditionally considered to be tests for
hip-joint pathology. However, the pair has also been described as tests
for sacroiliac (SI) joint pathology. In reality, the tests can serve
both purposes. This makes the pair extremely useful when it comes to
differential diagnosis in the clinical setting.
By Donald M. Petersen Jr., BS, HCD(hc), FICC(h), Publisher
Every drug has side effects – every drug. The vast majority of
these side effects are unknown until long after the drug is released for
use by the public. This month's report of findings is not just for you, the doctor, but
also your patients, family and loved ones. Please share it with everyone
you care about.
Billing / Insurance / Records
By Samuel A. Collins
This is an interesting inquiry I have received a few times this year,
which means we need to be sure the profession has the correct
information. To that end, let's discuss how doctors of chiropractic
interact with Medicare and also answer your question, to ensure there is
absolutely no confusion.