Chiropractic Economics set to release second volume of The Industry Compendium of Chiropractic Research™
Ponte Vedra Beach, Fla., Oct. 6, 2009 – Chiropractic Economics, the leading publication serving the chiropractic industry, is pleased to announce the second volume of The Industry Compendium of Chiropractic Research™, mailing November 6.
The Industry Compendium of Chiropractic Research™ first appeared in June 2009 to rave reviews from vendors and doctors alike. The issue allows industry leaders to showcase their products, history, case studies, white papers, and proprietary research packaged directly to the doctor of chiropractic in unique and exciting formats.
“This special issue will give doctors of chiropractic a better look into the organizations they depend on,” said Stanford Erickson, editorial director, Chiropractic Economics. “As the most trusted publication in the industry, we feel it’s our duty to keep DCs informed and up to date on the latest tools, techniques, and resources available to allow their practice to flourish.”
Since 1954, Chiropractic Economics has been an indispensible resource for the doctor of chiropractic and has been repeatedly cited as the publication used most often when making purchasing decisions, according to LewisClarkBoone surveys.