Managed Care: Same As Cash

By: Susan Hoy, CA As managed care gains its stronghold throughout the country, I have been noticing that the norm for many managed care companies is to limit the care we may give to their subscribers. These companies love to include Chiropractic care in their marketing information because, after all, Chiropractic care is a sought-after 

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Digital Scanning

By: Tim Maggs, DC Many Chiropractors would love to become more involved with both industry and sports teams in their area. These same Chiropractors know they could provide tremendous benefits if given the opportunity. The problem arises when they attempt to become involved, as politics and mis-education usually barricades the entry. The Medical Model Chiropractors 

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Shin Splints, Stress Fractures, and Orthotic Support

By: Tim Maggs, DC In athletes, shin splints and stress fractures are typically a result of repetitive motion injury in one or more supportive muscles in the lower leg. Very often these muscles work without ever fully recovering before being asked to perform again. All athletes use similar muscles as they participate in sport specific 

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Incredible Stories: Importance of Chiropractic Care

By: Fabrizio Mancini, DC “You cannot solve problems with the same level of thinking that existed when the problems were created.” —Albert Einstein This quote by one of the brightest minds in history is simple in its genius. It opens one story in Chicken Soup for the Chiropractic Soul about a mother and daughter whose 

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