By Editorial Staff
The fourth annual Gallup – Palmer College report is out; here are some of the key findings excerpted directly from the executive summary regarding Americans' experiences with chiropractic care relative to the management of neck and back pain:
By Marc Heller, DC
For this article, let's focus on the daily activities and exercises of the patient. Over the years, I've learned that people often create or reinforce pain in their bodies by performing incorrect and potentially harmful exercises and daily movements.
Marketing Your Practice
By Donald M. Petersen Jr., BS, HCD(hc), FICC(h), Publisher
While waiting for a flight to a recent chiropractic event, I overheard
the ticket agent at the gate next to mine on his cellphone. His side of
the conversation went something like this: "Where are you now? How long
before you think you can be at the gate? OK, that will work, see you
Ask the Billing Expert
By Samuel A. Collins
Nonpayment of physical medicine services within VA Choice is often due to not having the proper modifier attached with the claim. The modifier is unique to the VA and other federal claims including Medicare.
The Ethics of Care
Last issue, Dr. James Lehman discussed the bait and switch tactic that appears to be alive and well in chiropractic. A reader chimes in with his perspective on this ongoing ethical challenge for the profession.