Integrated doesn’t mean equal

In recent years, the “integrated practice” has been a hot topic. The idea of having medical doctors work side by side with chiropractors, acupuncturists, nutritionists, or other alternative health and wellness professionals is alluring. The problem, however, is that these integrated practices end up being dominated by the MDs, who reluctantly (if ever) dole out […]

“Performance” isn’t only for athletes

In his book, “Chiropractic Revealed: One on One with the Great Masters of a Misunderstood Profession,” editor David K. Scheiner, DC, interviewed a number of well known chiropractic leaders and one of the questions he asked them was, “How do chiropractic and performance relate?” This is an important question because chiropractic isn’t just about getting […]

A Texas-Sized Constitutional Battle… the Right to Diagnose

Many chiropractors have woken up to the legal battle going in Texas, but if you’re not aware of what’s going on — and you care about your right to diagnose patients — you really need to start paying attention. And that’s not just my opinion. Look at this April 26 email message from attorney Keith […]