Health Care

Publisher's Statement on COVID-19

By Donald M. Petersen Jr., BS, HCD(hc), FICC(h), Publisher

The crisis we face today is filled with opportunities to change the American health care culture from sickness to wellness. With a little effort from each practitioner, we can expect to increase the number of patients seeking health care, rather than sick care.

Education & Seminars

Who Wants Part of Their Student Loan Repaid?

By Editorial Staff

Legislation approved in the Ohio House would establish a student-loan repayment program for chiropractors. If passed by the Senate and signed by the governor, Ohio would, by all accounts, become the first state to offer student-loan repayment for DCs and establish a critical precedent.

Health & Wellness

Corona Defense: Mobilize and Strengthen the Immune Response

By John R. Bomar, DC

Growing fear of the coronavirus from China (COVID-19) prompts a revisiting of how to strengthen the immune system and more quickly overcome infections, particularly those of viral origin. As most of us realize, there are still few effective viral medications, meaning a strong and vibrant immune response is our best defense.

Back Pain

Chronic LBP Patients More Likely to Suffer a Stroke

By Editorial Staff

Chronic low back pain patients are at higher risk of suffering a stroke, suggests a new study published in Clinical Neurology and Neurosurgery that compared more than 10,000 chronic LBP patients with 20,000-plus patients without low back pain.

Personal Injury / Legal

The Skunk Test

By Alexander Eisner, JD

After working with chiropractors about how to deal with attorneys who try and take advantage of them, one of the most common comments I hear is: I wish there were a way to know an attorney was going to screw me before I worked with them. Well, there is; it's called the "skunk test."

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