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Dynamic Chiropractic Archives -
May 6, 2008 (Vol. 26, Issue 10)    View Digital Edition

Palmer Launches Center for Business Development
Innovative curriculum is designed to teach business fundamentals to students, recent graduates.
     By Kathryn Feather, Senior Associate Editor

CCGPP Launches Consensus Project
The council hopes to address restrictive workers compensation guidelines.
     By Mark D. Dehen, DC

News in Brief
     By Editorial Staff

Are Chiropractors Finally Eligible for Loan Repayment?
Yes, says report submitted to Congress as part of the Health Care Safety Net Act.
     By Editorial Staff

Cure-All Juices, Part 3 - Mangosteen
     By G. Douglas Andersen, DC, DACBSP, CCN

Wellness Care: Where Does It Fit in the Health Care Jigsaw Puzzle?
     By Edward Brown, DC, DABCI

Children and Type 2 Diabetes
     By Claudia Anrig, DC

Chiropractic and Older Adults: Putting Public Health to Work
     By Paul E. Dougherty, DC, DABCO and Jonathan Todd Egan, DC, MPH, PhD (cand.)

Spinal Care Starts With the Feet
     By Mark Charrette, DC

Billing for Missed Appointments
     By Samuel A. Collins

Some Things Never Change
     By Arlan Fuhr, DC

The World According to Chiropractic
     By John Hanks, DC

Correcting Sciatic Nerve Tension
McKenzie, Decompression and Nerve Glide/Nerve Tensioning
     By Marc Heller, DC

EBM: Thinking Outside of the Pyramid
     By Anthony Rosner, PhD, LLD [Hon.], LLC

Chiropractic Effective in Relieving Pains From Geriatric Conditions
A Case-Based Approach
     By Nancy Martin-Molina, DC, QME, MBA, CCSP

Proud to Be a Chiropractor
     By Fred DiDomenico, DC

Looking Back: 1992
     By Editorial Staff

Serving Your Community During a Recession
     By Donald M. Petersen Jr., BS, HCD(hc), FICC(h), Publisher

Looking Forward to the Future of Chiropractic
Those Who Forget the Past Are Condemned to Repeat It
     By George McAndrews, Esq.

The Language of Marketing
Turning Acquaintances Into New Patients
     By Shelley Simon, RN, DC, MPH, EdD

Sleep on It for a While
     By Louis Sportelli, DC
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