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Dynamic Chiropractic Archives -
August 26, 2011 (Vol. 29, Issue 18)    View Digital Edition

The Medical Home: Health Personalized
Foundation for Chiropractic Progress releases white paper outlining chiropractic's role in the medical home model.
     By Peter W. Crownfield, Executive Editor

Take a Ride on the Cloud
Manage Internet technology less, focus on your patients more.
     By Jay Greenstein, DC, CCSP, CGFI-L1, CKTP

A Legacy of Professional Sacrifice
A moment of silence for E.J. Nosser, DC.
     By Michael Flynn, DC

Substance Abuse: A Prenatal-to-Grave Public Health Issue
     By Elizabeth Auppl; guest author for Joseph J. Sweere, DC, DABCO, DACBOH, FICC

Was I a Coward?
     By Donald M. Petersen Jr., BS, HCD(hc), FICC(h), Publisher

When Not to Diagnose
     By Malik Slosberg, DC, MS

Building Bridges to Chiropractic Cultural Authority, Part Two
     By Arlan Fuhr, DC

The Chiropractic Solution for Work-Related Injuries, Recurring LBP and Chronic Care
     By Mark Studin, DC, FASBE(C), DAAPM, DAAMLP

The Fabulous Fibroblast
     By Warren Hammer, MS, DC, DABCO

When Will We Realize That We Have Nothing Left to Lose?
     By Louis Sportelli, DC

Posture Evaluations, Part 9: Transitioning From Static Posture to Movement Analysis
     By Jeffrey Tucker, DC, DACRB

Seeing Around the Corner: Drugs Will Harm Your Practice
     By James Edwards, DC

Consider the Pedal Foundation When Evaluating Low Back Pain
     By Mark Charrette, DC

Picking Up Speed (But Not Enough)
     By Michael Flynn, DC; guest author for Kent Greenawalt

New Kids on the Research Block: Paradigms Lost and Gained
     By Anthony Rosner, PhD, LLD [Hon.], LLC

Does Treating Students and Patients as Customers Really Make Sense?
Only If You Want to Attract and Retain Them.
     By Guy Riekeman, DC, President, Life University

Screening for the Primary Risk Factors of Cardiovascular Disease
     By James P. Meschino, DC, MS

The Evolution of Flexion Distraction: From Ancillary Therapy to Specific Adjusting Technique
     By W. Patrick Danzey, DC

News in Brief
     By Editorial Staff

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