Issue: 20180402

Monday, April 2, 2018
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THE CHIROPRACTIC ASSISTANT
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TheAmericanChiropractor_20180402_0006_002_0001.xml
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Tracy's Tips
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Tracy Busch Pate
This is such an exciting time of the year! The first quarter is just completing, and hopefully you are seeing your numbers are in an upswing this year!? Either way, the best thing to do is to continuously work on improving yourself, and the practice that you work for, in order to bring in the success that you and your team desire.
TheAmericanChiropractor_20180402_0006_002_0002.xml
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TheAmericanChiropractor_20180402_0006_002_0003.xml
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THE CHIROPRACTIC ASSISTANT
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TheAmericanChiropractor_20180402_0006_002_0004.xml
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CASH PRACTICE
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CASH PRACTICE
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TheAmericanChiropractor_20180402_0006_002_0005.xml
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Ramp Up Your Earning Potential
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Kristi Hudson
How much should you be paid in your current position? Even if the business owner had unlimited resources, it would be difficult for most people to identify their ideal salary. However, 79% of workers say they don’t earn their desired salary (CareerBuilder).
TheAmericanChiropractor_20180402_0006_002_0006.xml
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TheAmericanChiropractor_20180402_0006_002_0007.xml
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The Best Kept Secret About the Lungs and Sinuses
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Keith Giaquinto
We all take breathing for granted (as well we should) until we begin to experience symptoms. After all, the respiratory system works in harmony with the heart, and the brain takes care of any speeding up or slowing down that must be done to maintain normal function.
TheAmericanChiropractor_20180402_0006_002_0008.xml
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ChiroHealthUSA
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ChiroHealthUSA
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TheAmericanChiropractor_20180402_0006_002_0009.xml
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Handling a Records Request Like a Pro
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Kathy Mills Chang
Another envelope arrives from yet another insurance company, among the many you will receive today. The envelope is thin and you can tell there is likely no check inside. What do you do? For certain, you don’t give it top priority. It shouldn’t get the same type of attention that you give to an envelope that clearly contains money.
TheAmericanChiropractor_20180402_0006_002_0010.xml
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TheAmericanChiropractor_20180402_0006_002_0011.xml
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Sometimes Technology Is Not the Best Way to Be a Super CA
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Holly Jensen
In today’s world, many of us rely on technology to help us in our personal and professional lives. We want to maximize efficiency, automate processes, and increase productivity so we end up investing in an expensive smartphone, moving everything to “the cloud,” purchasing fast computers, and buying the latest software.
TheAmericanChiropractor_20180402_0006_002_0012.xml
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TheAmericanChiropractor_20180402_0006_002_0013.xml