The Foundation for Chiropractic Progress (F4CP) welcomes the National Board of Chiropractic Examiners (NBCE) as a Group Member. Using a collaborative, creative strategy, NBCE and F4CP are initiating a unique approach designed to secure F4CP member benefits at no cost to the new graduates of U.S. chiropractic programs: use of all marketing materials, a listing within the nationwide directory, access to practice-building webinars and toolkits, and much more.
- Chiropractors encouraged as Senate recognizes need for resources to fight opioid crisis
- Coralee Van Egmond, DC, FICA honored as ICA’s 2017 Chiropractor of the Year
- September 2017 Drug-Free Pain Management Awareness Month
More than 100 million U.S. adults have diabetes or prediabetes, health officials say. As of 2015, more than 9 percent of the population—30.3 million—had diabetes. Another 84.1 million had prediabetes, the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention reported Tuesday. People with prediabetes have elevated blood sugar levels, but not so high that they have full-blown diabetes, which requires medication or insulin injections. With exercise and a healthy diet, prediabetics can halve their risk of developing type 2 diabetes.
- New study finds no evidence that maximum lifespan has stopped increasing
- Chronic pain common in adults With depression, anxiety
- Do you overeat? Your brain wiring may be why
Doctors across the country who have attended the Foot Levelers Training Center, a FREE learning experience that’s coming to The National FCA, are improving their outcomes and skyrocketing their orthotics income—by 30-400 percent.The Training Center at The National by FCA in Orlando takes place on-site at the Hyatt Regency. What to expect from this FREE session including exciting, intimate learning experience with Tim Maggs, DC.
- MacPractice announces MacPractice DC Generation 7
- Essential Formulas’ director of scientific research has scientific paper published in respected journal
- New product helps remove toxic metals from body
Scientists at the Palmer Center for Chiropractic Research (PCCR) and the University of Kentucky have been awarded a $451,522 grant by the National Institutes of Health, National Center for Complementary and Integrative Health. The grant will fund a three-year research project to learn more about spinal manipulative therapy (SMT), a treatment commonly used by doctors of chiropractic to relieve pain. The project also includes a student research training component, the first of its kind at a chiropractic college.
- Master of Science in Advanced Clinical Practice program now offered online by National University of Health Sciences
- NYCC named “2017 Great College to Work For” for ninth consecutive year
- Northwestern volunteers prepare for day of service