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The Challenge of Knee OA and the Potential of Manual Therapy

By Deborah Pate, DC, DACBR

Publisher's Report

As Go the Colleges, So Goes the Profession

By Donald M. Petersen Jr., BS, HCD(hc), FICC(h), Publisher
In 1896, less than six months after delivering the first chiropractic adjustment, D.D. Palmer obtained his corporate charter for what would eventually become Palmer University. In doing so, he not only found a profession, but also created a model for growth.

NBCE Board Members Resign

By Editorial Staff
Between June 23 and June 27, 2022, four board members of the National Board of Chiropractic Examiners sent letters of resignation to NBCE CEO Dr. Norman Ouzts, outlining the reasons for their resignations.
Clinical Care

Chiropractic for Persistent Post-Concussion Symptoms: Case Series

By Dylan Rodgers, BSc, DC
This short case series demonstrates subjective and objective improvements in the symptoms and function of two females with PPCS following a multisystem, individualized and targeted rehab program to address their specific dysfunctions.

Chiropractic in Worker's Comp: Respect (At Last)

By Editorial Staff
The Workers Compensation Research Institute (WCRI) is an independent, not-for-profit research organization founded in 1983. Its recent report on Chiropractic Care for Workers With Low Back Pain reveals a number of important factors relating to the use of chiropractic for LBP in physical medicine within worker's comp in 28 states.

Commonly Misused Modifiers

By Mario Fucinari, DC, CPCO, CPPM, CIC
Using a modifier correctly will clarify a situation or service. Often in chiropractic, confusion as to the proper use of modifiers may result in denials and unnecessary time correcting claims that were unjustly denied.

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