By James Lehman, DC, MBA, FACO
One of my three sons recently shared a story with me regarding an
experience with a chiropractor, which stimulated me to write this ethics
article. In order to protect your professional image and develop long-term, happy patient relationships, I strongly recommend you avoid baiting and switching by following an ethical and legal protocol.
Sports / Exercise / Fitness
By Editorial Staff
Long-awaited legislation poised to hit the president's desk extends
liability insurance coverage from one state to another for DCs and other
state-licensed health care professionals who care for athletes /
athletic teams that cross state lines.
Health & Wellness
By Donald M. Petersen Jr., BS, HCD(hc), FICC(h), Publisher
A known carcinogen is being naively consumed by many, if not most of
your patients, who have little to no understanding of how dangerous it
really is. Depending on the age of the patient, this carcinogen is a
leading, if not the leading, risk factor for death and disability.
The Modern DC
Learn why incorporating full-spectrum hemp oil with the full range of beneficial cannabinoids, terpenes and flavonoids from the hemp plant into your practice protocols can help patients feel like themselves faster.
Vitamins / Supplements
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.
Case Studies in Review
By Kevin M. Wong, DC
The following is the second of three case studies by Dr. Wong on conservative management of lower-extremity complaints. Article #1 (September issue) explored chiropractic management of patellofemoral arthralgia.