Money Management The love-hate relationship that has formed over the years between health care practitioners and insurance companies is getting worse. As more of the population is covered by assorted insurance policies, the task of keeping track of benefits seems insurmountable. The need for additional staff to confirm insurance coverages, process and track reimbursements, and spend hours contacting companies when discrepancies arise are raising the cost of doing business.
Practice Central In 1983, I had the opportunity to work for a principled chiropractor who needed a billing CA. I was assured I’d have a month to train with the existing CA who was going out on maternity leave. Unfortunately, that was not to be. After only three days on the job, she went into labor, and I was on my own. That was both a blessing and a curse. A curse because I had no idea what I was doing, and nobody in that busy office could help teach me.
Research Results In posture (the distribution of body mass with respect to gravity), the lowermost joints in the musculoskeletal system are of fundamental significance. These include both the feet and ankles, which support the entirety of the musculoskeletal system and the sacral base buttressing the vertebral spine. There are four elements that are capable of reducing more than two-thirds of common pain occurrences
Research Results There’s no question that the traditional drug-focused healthcare system is failing many patients who are in pain. Despite all of mainstream medicine’s best efforts, including prescription and over-the-counter options, the best ways to treat pain still remain elusive for millions of people. Chronic pain can interfere with an individual’s ability to work, attend school, or care for their family.
Research Results Advanced regenerative treatments utilizing various forms of stem cells are beginning to take their rightful place in helping thousands of patients get better. When it comes to regenerating joints, the non-surgical options range from amniotic tissue, amniotic fluid, to cord blood; and the surgical options include bone morrow and adipose tissue.