The late Coralee Van Egmond, DC, FICA has been honored as the International Chiropractors Association’s 2017 Chiropractor of the Year for her decades of service to the association, the profession and the community. Van Egmond was selected to receive this, the ICA’s highest honor, at the association’s 2017 Annual Meeting by the Distinguished Fellows of the ICA, the honorary fraternity of ICA charged with this annual responsibility.
- September 2017 Drug-Free Pain Management Awareness Month
- Chiropractic wins big in Texas legislative session
- Chiropractic gains ground during Texas legislative session
Super- centenarians, such as Morano and Jeanne Calment of France, who famously lived to be 122 years old, continue to fascinate scientists and have led them to wonder just how long humans can live. A study published in Nature last October concluded that the upper limit of human age is peaking at around 115 years. Now, however, a new study in Nature by McGill University biologists Bryan G. Hughes and Siegfried Hekimi comes to a starkly different conclusion.
- Chronic pain common in adults With depression, anxiety
- Do you overeat? Your brain wiring may be why
- Neurofeedback offers hope to chemo patients suffering from neuropathy
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
More than 200 students, faculty and staff are expected to donate about 800 hours of service work at 21 locations throughout the Twin Cities region on Thursday as part of Northwestern Health Sciences University’s Service & Appreciation Day. The day of volunteer work and activities is an annual opportunity for the campus community to give back to the broader Twin Cities Community through service work. This year, volunteer projects will include packing meals donated to individuals and groups.
- Thirty-Two Complete Doctor of Chiropractic program at Sherman College
- Palmer Homecoming features keynote speakers Tom Rath, Alan Sokoloff and Shilo Harris
- New York Chiropractic College appoints new senior leaders