WHERE HAVE ALL THE VOLUME PRACTICES GONE?

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Ten to fifteen years ago chiropractors established professional success in part by the number of patients they took care of in a day or week. Seminars were given to teach young chiropractors how they could …


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CHIROPRACTIC ROOTS

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It is indeed a sad indictment upon our profession that there is so little apparent interest in chiropractic history. I imagine the apathetic attitude is no worse than the lack of interest in American history …


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THE GEORGIA-MICHIGAN “SURVEYS”

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Not too long ago a national chiropractic publication ran the results of a survey in Michigan and Georgia concerning “practice rights.” It appears the survey was done legitimately and scientifically although they never revealed who …


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THOUGHTS

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The majority is not always right. V2n1


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THOUGHTS

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Signs and symptoms are either manifestations of the body’s ability to adapt – health, or manifestations of the body’s inability to adapt – sickness.  How can you know the difference? V2n1


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THOUGHT

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You cannot teach what you know, only what you understand. V2n1


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THOUGHT

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We have never had more and larger educational facilities in chiropractic.  We have never had less education in chiropractic. V2n1


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THOUGHT

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In any profession, how professional you are does not depend on how you act but rather how you think. V2n1


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FLEXIBILITY-INFLEXIBILITY

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It is absolutely essential for the perpetuation of the profession that chiropractors begin to show flexibility in their attitudes toward certain things. On the other hand, it is important that we maintain an inflexibility in …


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NAPOLEON’S GLANDS

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Almost every chiropractor has read B.J.’s short paragraph… AFTERTHOT “A slip on the snowy sidewalk, in the winter, is a small thing, it happens to millions. A fall from a ladder, in summer, is a …


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