Passions & Pursuits
The Power of Visualization
Writer Echo Garrett profiles DCs who use the power of positive thinking to overcome fear and adversity. These chiropractors truly live Lasting Purpose and inspire others to follow their dreams.
Health & Fitness
An (Extreme) Ounce of Prevention
So-called preventive mastectomies, performed on women with an increased risk of developing breast cancer, have been in the news a lot lately. Jacqui Frasca explores the physical and psychological risks of these unnecessary surgeries.
For many chiropractors, entering into a practice with a family member—parent, sibling or spouse—may seem like a natural fit. But working with family presents a unique set of communication challenges. By Gwyn Herbein
Nourishing Ties Between DCs and MDs
Writer Benjamin Davidow explores the mutual benefits of embracing collaborative strategies with professions outside of Chiropractic.
It’s My LIFE
It's My LIFE has all you need to know about what's happening at Life University, including the rugby national championships, CRC wrap up and more.
The Supplement Question
The nature of many practices has evolved over the years to become inextricably linked with selling nutritional supplements. Writer Laura Newsome considers the debate and potential consequences for patients.
Molly Dickinson explores how DCs and MDs can work together for the benefit of their practices, their professions and, most importantly, their patients.
Money & Style
Better Score, Better Business
Improving your credit is more complicated than paying your bills on time, especially if you own a business. Steve LaBate speaks to experts to find out how DCs can boost their scores.
Here are a few extra things to consider regarding allergies, design resources and symbiotic relationships, inspired by our Passions & Pursuits, Health & Fitness and My Profession features this issue.
By Dr. Guy Riekeman
By Rebecca Koch