Happy New Year, CA reader!! A lot of what you see in this issue is what we all need to improve with each year... Goal setting, values... and focus on diet, are all important to us...among other things! You, as the Chiropractor's Assistant, are leaders in the office instructing patients and supporting the doctor in the best way that you can!
Having a Rockstar CA on your team is like owning a hidden gem that shines and attracts anyone who comes into contact with it. Rockstar CAs will be a great means to draw in new practice members, provide exceptional service and care, and improve the success of your chiropractic office, all while having fun!
There are seven motivators you must implement if you want to achieve all that is possible for you in life and practice. You can learn these disciplines through practice and repetition until they become automatic. Malcolm Gladwell discusses this in his book, Outliers:
The external "values push" from the world can feel never ending, and it can be easy to succumb to it. Entertainment television, newspapers, magazines, and the internet are constantly trying to sell John Q. Public on watching or reading what they are putting "out there."
Demystifying Willpower: Set Yourself Up for Self-Control Success
Jason L. Strotheide
The ability of one person to say no to a piece of chocolate cake while another indulges is often considered a matter of willpower or self-control. When you succeed at eating healthy foods and avoiding junk, your success is often attributed to your ability to resist temptation by sheer willpower.
The importance of live food versus dead food cannot be underestimated when it comes to nutrition and healing. The difference between live food and dead food can be summed up in one word: enzymes. All living animal and plant cells produce enzymes.
Educational articles designed to help CAs understand the underlying anatomy and physiology of conditions presenting to the chiropractic office.
Extremity pain is no stranger to the chiropractic office; shoulders, elbows, wrists, knees, and feet are very commonly seen by DCs. This article will focus on the conditions called “tennis elbow" and “golf elbow." The more formal terms for these conditions are “lateral epicondylitis" and “medial epicondylitis," respectively.