What to Do When Patients Miss Appointments

By: Peter G. Fernandez, DC Preventing patients from quitting prematurely is one of the most important procedures in a Chiropractor’s practice. There should be a concentrated attempt by the CA to keep a patient on his treatment schedule or from prematurely dismissing himself from care. Keeping patients on their prescribed treatment schedule is imperative—for the 

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Patient Education or Patient Teaching?

By: William D. Esteb It’s generally accepted that one of the most essential nonclinical responsibilities of today’s Chiropractic office is a firm commitment to patient education. Few doctors enjoy the often tedious and repetitious nature of patient education, but most offices like the effect of patient education: better patient follow-through, more kept appointments, more referrals, 

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Lower Extremity Abnormalities and Paraspinal Muscle Function

By: Christopher Kent, DC Objective Assessment of the Relationship Between Lower Extremity Abnormalities and Paraspinal Muscle Function Using Surface Electromyography Physical, chemical, and emotional stress may result in spinal problems, including vertebral subluxation. A common cause of physical stress is aberrant posture due to structural asymmetry in the lower extremity. Chronic physical stress caused by leg length 

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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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New Orthotic Video – Educate Your Patients About Orthotics

Watch the Video Here Foot Levelers congratulates you on the great investment you’ve made to improve your well-being. Now, you can educate your patients about with this video about your custom, functional orthotics we’re handcrafting specifically to support your body. Most orthotics, especially over-the-counter inserts, are designed to only support one arch on each foot. 

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