Expanding CA Scope
By Jane Kidwell Martinez
The New Jersey State Board of Chiropractic Examiners will begin issuing
licenses as early as Nov. 1, 2018 to chiropractic assistants who have
undergone a 500-hour training course and passed a competency exam. New
Jersey is the first state to license CAs, creating a new career path
that will allow chiropractic physicians to expand their practices.
Ethics in Practice
By James Lehman, DC, MBA, FACO
It's Monday morning and your first new patient of the day, a 35-year-old
female, presents with chronic headaches and neck pain. The patient was
referred by her primary care provider for evaluation and management
without the use of cervical manipulation.
Whiplash / Neck Pain
By Marc Heller, DC
In observing patients and studying rehab, I have learned that tight
muscles are weak muscles and that stretching is sometimes less effective
than muscular activation. There is a delicate balance between joints
that move too little and joints that are hypermobile.
Create new demand for chiropractic by differentiating yourself with a tech-enabled modern chiropractic clinic. Here's how easy it is to do it ... and how doing it can achieve big results.
By Editorial Staff
With the opioid epidemic both an ongoing public health crisis and a hot
topic extending well beyond the health care industry, Congress continues
stepping up to the plate. Case in point: H.R. 5722, the Dr. Todd Graham
Pain Management Improvement Act of 2018.
By Mathew DiMond, DC, DACRB
Over the past decade, compression bands have been increasingly utilized
in trainer and manual therapy offices. I was first introduced to the
compression band by Kelley Starrett, author of Becoming a Supple Leopard, and have since been using it as a teaching tool.