Ask the Billing Expert
By Samuel A. Collins
QUESTION: Is there any occasion that I can bill a Medicare patient for an amount greater than the Medicare-allowed charges for spinal CMT? I am also thinking of transitioning to an all-cash practice; if I decide to no longer be part of Medicare, can I still treat a Medicare patient for cash?
Marketing Your Practice
By Rob Berman and Cindy Donaldson
For many of us, our first introduction to email was AOL and the infamous
phrase, "You've Got Mail" when you logged on to the site. Fast forward a
couple decades and the magic of email has been lost on many. Big mistake.
The Sports DC
By Spencer Baron, DC, DACBSP and Christina DeBusk
We all have those moments in our lives that, when we look back on them,
we can't help but smile. Some of these moments are entered
around our careers. Here are six such moments
as shared by a handful of sports DCs esponsible for treating
some of the world's most elite athletes.
Practice & Profession
By Ronald Feise, DC
There has never been a better time to be a chiropractor – especially an
evidence-based chiropractor. Here's how to use research to take charge of your practice and positively influence your community.
By Kevin M. Wong, DC
As you know, about 80 percent of adults experience low back pain at some
point in their lives. It is the most common cause of job-related
disability and a leading contributor to missed work days. Other than
adjustments, what natural methods do you use to address your patients'
low back pain?