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Speed Up Your Marketing With Snail Mail

By Rob Berman and Cindy Donaldson

Inside the Profession

The "Good Ol' Boys" Are at It Again

By Donald M. Petersen Jr., BS, HCD(hc), FICC(h), Publisher
Back in the 1980s and 1990s, the National Board of Chiropractic Examiners (NBCE) was controlled by a small group of men who epitomized the "good ol' boys" stereotype. They held that control for almost 20 years. There were no term limits, so no one was able to stop them.

Has the Pandemic Driven More Students to Chiro. Colleges?

By Editorial Staff
If we consider key performance indicators for the profession, three primary metrics likely come to mind: number of new patients trying chiropractic for the first time; increasing coverage / inclusion in health plans, guidelines, etc.; and of course, college enrollment at chiropractic colleges.
Practical Research

Muscle Relaxants vs. Manipulations for LBP

By Ronald Feise, DC
Skeletal muscle relaxants have been on the market for more than 40 years. More than half of these prescriptions are directly related to back pain. Moreover, these drugs have disproportionately high use by older adults, a population in which muscle relaxant use is potentially inappropriate.
Back Pain

Rethinking the SI Joint

By Howard Pettersson, DC and J.R. Green, DC
The "bone out of place" concept has been used to explain several clinical phenomena including nerve entrapment; palpatory edema and point tenderness; restricted or altered range of motion including joint fixation; and periarticular soft-tissue involvement with muscle tension, spasm or flaccidity.

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