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Dynamic Chiropractic Archives -
October 8, 2007 (Vol. 25, Issue 21)    View Digital Edition

Chiropractic Care for Chronic Pain: A New Model, Part 1
     By Ronald J. Farabaugh, DC

Chiropractic on Display in Orlando
FCA 2007 Convention Highlights
     By Meghan Vivo, Associate Editor

Chiropractic Preventing the Need For Surgery: Where Is the Evidence?
     By Kim Christensen, DC, DACRB, CCSP, CSCS

Billing for Unusual Procedures or Services
     By Samuel A. Collins

American Families, Auto Safety and the Role of the Health Care Practitioner
     By Arthur Croft, DC, MS, MPH, FACO

It's Time
     By Kent Greenawalt

Speed's Test Has Lost Its Speed
     By Warren Hammer, MS, DC, DABCO

How to Build an Evidence-Based Practice
     By David N. Taylor, DC, DABCN

Is Our National Chiropractic Infrastructure Strong Enough for Tomorrow's Challenges?
A Call for Professional Unity
     By Gene G. Veno

High-Tech Hostage Negotiations
Ending Audits Successfully With Clinic Technology
     By Steven Kraus, DC, DIBCN, CCSP, FASA, FICC

Research and Evidence-Based Practice Require a Cultural Change in Chiropractic Education
     By William Meeker, DC, MPH, FICC and Dana Lawrence, DC, M. Med. Ed., MA

Should 21st-Century Chiropractic Leadership Be Any Different?
     By J. Michael Menke, MA, DC, PhD

Vitamin E Succinate, Part 2
The Preferred Form of Vitamin E to Combat Breast, Prostate and Other Cancers
     By James P. Meschino, DC, MS

News in Brief
     By Editorial Staff

Creating the Right Image in Your Community
Help Your Patients Share the Story of Chiropractic With Others
     By Donald M. Petersen Jr., BS, HCD(hc), FICC(h), Publisher

Retention: 21 Ways to Keep Your Patients, Part 1
     By Perry Nickelston, DC, FMS, SFMA

The Science of Anti-Aging Medicine
     By Ronald Klatz, MD

Vertebral Osteomyelitis: Septic Discitis
     By John M. Bassano, DC, DACBR

View From the Top
DC Interviews Dr. Jeff Spencer
     By Editorial Staff
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