It’s no secret that some in the medical profession have long sought to curtail chiropractic’s ever-increasing prominence and recognition as an important branch of healthcare. While great strides have been made in recent years, due to many in the medical profession recognizing the value of chiropractic integration and collaboration with mainstream healthcare, in the state of Texas those representing the state medical association have virtually sought to eliminate the profession, viewing chiropractic as unwelcome competition for healthcare dollars.
- Chiropractic gains ground during Texas legislative session
- Fight to save diagnosis in Texas making progress
- American Chiropractic Association partners with Spine IQ
Chronic pain afflicts about half of adults who have anxiety or depression, a new study finds. More than 5,000 adults in Brazil diagnosed with anxiety or mood disorders such as depression and bipolar disorder were asked about other health problems. Among those with a mood disorder, half reported chronic pain; 33 percent, respiratory diseases; 10 percent, heart disease; 9 percent, arthritis; and 7 percent, diabetes.
- Do you overeat? Your brain wiring may be why
- Neurofeedback offers hope to chemo patients suffering from neuropathy
- Your next text might lead to text neck
ChiroTouch, the nation’s leader in chiropractic EHR software, announces the release of CTProPay, a convenient patient payment solution that frees up time and costs by streamlining the collection process. CTProPay was designed to help chiropractors get paid faster by making patient payments convenient and easy to manage, and allow for automatic posting to the chiropractor’s ledger. CTProPay offers patients convenience and choice of how they pay their bill. CTProPay also integrates directly into the ChiroTouch software.
- ChiroTouch launches latest software update with improved reporting features and enhancements
- Rory’s Story (and The Case of the Missing Orthotic)
- Introducing the new On Purpose mobile app for iOS and Android phones
Top-notch, internationally known keynote speakers and up to 21 continuing education credits highlight this year’s Palmer Homecoming Aug. 10-12 on Palmer College of Chiropractic’s Davenport, Iowa, campus. This year’s program features: Cynthia English, MPP, Gallup, with exclusive highlights of this year’s Gallup-Palmer report; Shilo Harris, wounded veteran and author of “Steel Will”; Palmer Chancellor and CEO Dennis Marchiori, DC, PhD, on Palmer’s vision for a healthier tomorrow and more.
- New York Chiropractic College appoints new senior leaders
- National University of Health Sciences partners with University of Western States to expand continuing education offerings
- Life University announces Guy Riekeman, DC as chancellor and Rob Scott, DC, as president