Wow!! This issue of the CHIROPRACTIC ASSISTANT is jam-packed with valuable information which can help you to understand your health, as well as that of your patient's, so that you may most effectively help the chiropractor(s) and patients in your office!
The health of this country on a whole seems to be getting worse as healthcare costs steadily rise. I believe a big part of that is because of our food supply. We no longer eat whole food, but merely food-like substances, GMOs, and chemicals. Without eating whole foods, this poor health trend will continue.
Is your chiropractic practice on Facebook and/ or Twitter? How about a Yelp profile? Does your practice's website have a blog or online newsletter? Increasingly, especially for those under 35, your current and potential patients can be found on social media.
Educational articles designed to help CAs understand the underlying anatomy and physiology of conditions presenting to the chiropractic office.
Headaches are a common condition presenting to chiropractic offices. This article will focus on the specific anatomy contributing to the stress headache, also known as the muscle tension headache. Stress can come from mental or physical sources.
What Reading Materials Do You Have Available in Your Office?
Often, a wait time is inevitable in your office. After your patients arrive and check in, they'll usually have a few minutes to sit and peruse whatever materials you have available. When this inevitably occurs, what materials do you have for your patients to read?
Your posture impacts more than just your spine; it has a ripple effect on your entire life! Look around and you'll find most people with their heads down looking at their smart devices—surfing the web, texting, reading Facebook, checking e-mail— and according to posture and antiaging expert Dr. Steven Weiniger, your tech addiction is not just taking its toll on your posture, but it's also hurting your health!