When it comes to your patients with Type 2 diabetes, you can have a big impact by discussing weight management, considering your own weight-management offerings and partnering with other professionals.
There are several things you can work on while still in school to hit the ground running when you become a practicing chiropractor. The type of student you are will be the type of doctor you are, so here are three tips to develop characteristics and an attitude that will benefit you in the field.
Even if your system is working well now, positive staff changes or other developments can greatly impact your revenue cycle, billing and collections. In terms of billing you need to determine what’s best for you and your practice and avoid “Well, this is the way we’ve always done it.”
The keto diet and an exercise regime individually structured to a patient’s needs can help them turn back the clock, or “biohack” their wellness issues. Education and a comprehensive approach are the keys.
Health insurance is rapidly changing. Through offering additional wellness products such as supplements, weight-loss aids and orthotics, cash-based practices are offering patients what they are already seeking elsewhere.
With a bit of knowledge and practice, chiropractors can begin to confidently and safely put herbal formulas to use in daily clinical practice. Americans currently spend more than $30 billion a year on dietary supplements.
Testosterone deficiency, also known as hypogonadism, affects about 30 percent of men 40-79 years of age. Diabetes, metabolic syndrome, obesity and high blood pressure have all been linked to testosterone deficiency. Addressing the issue with your patients can solve a host of resulting physical problems.
Some chiropractors advocate for a whole-foods nutrition approach while others complement whole-food intake with supplementation of macro- and micronutrients. The decision to treat one way or another is based on many factors and should be patient-centered.