The Objective Straight Chiropractic Vision for Chiropractic

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I believe that the vision for chiropractic is as different as the number of people who practice it.  However, most straight chiropractic practitioners have a very similar vision.  Our vision is regular chiropractic care for …


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The Six Visions of Chiropractic

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I would maintain that there are six distinct approaches to the practice of chiropractic which coincide with the profession’s vision (or lack there of).  With the exception of a very few insightful individuals throughout chiropractic …


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Vision Within the Chiropractic Media

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As one who regularly reads both of the two major tabloids of the chiropractic profession (I also read the “Harrison Family Newspaper”), I have been observing an interesting trend.  With regard to editorial position, one …


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The Managed Care Vision for Chiropractic

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“Managed Care” has a vision for chiropractic.  The following is a letter received from an HMO soliciting participation by chiropractors in their program:     “Dear Doctor,                As one of the largest HMOs in …


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Missing The Mark

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There is an old saying:       Being close is good enough in horseshoes and handgrenades.  With a good wide receiver or catcher your pass or throw may be slightly off target and still be successful–most …


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Human Potential

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The chiropractic philosophy has changed little over the past 100 years.  Certain aspects of it have not changed at all.  We still acknowledge a universal intelligence and an innate intelligence.  We still address our attention …


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Dialogue, Debate, and Dissolution

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I recently had the opportunity to view the video of the Great Debate held in Chicago between two members of the faculty of Sherman College and Joseph Keating, Ph.D. and Craig Nelson, D.C.  The topic …


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Semantics are Important

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In the January, 1995 issue of one of the profession’s newspapers, the publisher wrote a very fine article on the terms “adjustment” and “manipulation.”  He emphasized that definitions are important and that the “chiropractic physicians” …


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We Need To Improve our Approach

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Having been involved with chiropractic for over 30 years and closely associated with chiropractic education and communication for many years, I have seen some changes taking place.  In the early 60’s there was virtually no …


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The following is an excerpt from a soon to be published philosophy book by Joe Strauss. This chapter is about the four great lies that are told to us as chiropractors and this excerpt is lie number two

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It is not true that if you do not diagnose or at least do diagnostic tests and refer out, you will be sued.  In fact, it is an absolute lie.  You are not sued for …


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