Student DC I remember not long after enrolling in chiropractic school, and well before graduation, realizing that chiropractors don’t have a safety net. I have come to see now, after 14 years in practice and coaching and speaking to hundreds of chiropractors, that this lack of a back-up plan is one of our biggest challenges. First of all, doctors have always been an entrepreneurial bunch. That includes MDs, DCs, DOs, and DPMs.
Legal Ease The great courtroom dramas in movies and on television are both captivating and inspiring. The most riveting scenes are filled with heart-stopping suspense and excitement, and usually involve cross-examination. It’s the lifeblood of a trial where no fact or assertion on direct examination is deemed settled until it has successfully weathered a cross-examination.
Money Management The formation of pass-through entities, such as partnerships, limited liability companies (LLCs), S corporations and sole proprietorships, have long been extremely popular with chiropractors and their practices. In fact, one form of pass-through entity, the S corporation, is currently the most-used business entity. Limited liability companies (LLCs), however, are coming on strong and are the pass-through most frequently chosen today.
Money Management Doctors of chiropractic use the term subluxation to depict the altered position of a vertebra and subsequent functional loss that determines the location to perform a spinal adjustment. For most chiropractors, when it comes to the subject of taxes, financial subluxations are the lack of effective tax planning. This, in turn, creates financial loss and pain.
Tech Talk While best-practices exist for the use of Wi-Fi connections, there are no guarantees of absolute security. Your duty, therefore, is not to achieve 100-percent security (this is impossible) but rather to assess and reduce risk to a level you consider acceptable. To begin, you must first understand the inherent vulnerabilities of Wi-Fi networks.