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The importance of Nitric Oxide and how non-thermal Low Intensity Pulsed Ultrasound can help increase NO production

Low Intensity Ultrasound and Nitric Oxide Production Over the course of 33 years in practice (the last 28 spent working with elite, world-class professional and Olympic athletes as well as non-athletes), I’ve had the opportunity to work with a host of modalities, all designed to help the injured patient. But one constant in my bag of tricks – one that …

Dr. Rick Fox

DC, DACBSP

3ACT Slide – The Multi-Directional Self-Contained Fitness Tool

The 3ACT Slide’s multi-directional design allows tri-plane movement to simulate athletic and physical demands for a variety of sports and rehabilitation needs. The sliding surface demands increased muscular activity, emphasizing control of deceleration forces to optimize explosive athletic skill. The dual sided stability blocks allow customized foot positioning, while offering safety and movement specific guidance. The idea for the 3ACT …

Dave Armet

PT, FAFS, CSST

Deductibles, Co-pays & Co-insurance: Info you need to know

Deductibles Are Too High The recent increase in deductibles and co-pays has negatively affected many patients and practices. If you’re out-of-network, do you have to collect the full deductible? Is it possible to waive a portion of the co-insurance? Should you lower your fees to improve patient compliance? Let’s Discuss Fees Let’s begin by discussing fees. There are 3 factors that usually …

Dr Marty Kotlar Chiropractor Target Coding

Dr. Marty Kotlar

DC, CPCO, CBCS

Diet-Induced Acidosis: Is It Real and Clinically Relevant?

The article below discusses some important points on the topic of diet-induced acidosis, that we should all be aware of as Health and Fitness professionals when looking at the effects of our client’s diets on their ability to recover from injury, reduce pain and avoid disease. I’ve pulled a few brief highlights, but if you’d like to read more, the …

Dr. Donald L. Hayes

DC and President of Wellness Watchers Global, LLC, Ceautamed Worldwide, LLC & GreensFirst.com

Dealing with Ransomware Attacks

Ransomware attacks are on the rise. Learn what happened when one large, multi-location practice had their data hijacked for Bitcoin, and what we did to solve the unlocking of the data, report to our patients, and report to all the regulatory agencies that needed to be notified. Most importantly, learn what steps you need to take to ensure your (patients’ …

Dr Jay Greenstein Chiropractor DC

Dr. Jay Greenstein

Doctor of Chiropractic, CEO, Sport and Spine Rehab & Founder and President of the Sport and Spine Rehab Clinical Research Foundation.

6 Steps to Educating and Closing the Cash Patient

Having a steady flow of consultations and potential new patients is the goal for every practice, but how do you get those patients to convert to, and comply with, a treatment plan? Patient education and acceptance of a care plan are essential for increased and maintained practice volume. The word “closing” may seem strange in discussing this process, but healthcare …

Lori Allen

Lori Allen

Featured Presenter and Educator

Maximize your time with patients and help them help you

As Chiropractors and healthcare professionals, one of the most important responsibilities we have, when working with patients on a regular basis, is to consistently get as much information and acquire as many puzzle pieces as possible – EVEN if we already think we know the answer to the complaint that brought them into the office or we’ve already mapped out …

Dr John Pecora Chiropractor

Dr. John Pecora

Doctor of Chiropractic, MeyerDC Vice President, Managing Editor, Communities and Education

Sue Falsone: Yoga Shoulder and Neck Mobility Drill for your Clients

I’ll often prescribe yoga to an athlete who needs a lot of fundamental strength and stability and balance work. Yoga is great for establishing this foundation of movement. Yoga is also great when I want to work on re-establishing normal movement of a motion segment. It’s great for re-establishing psycho-motor control of the body as well as somatosensory control of the body. …

Sue Falsone PT

Sue Falsone

PT, MS, SCS, ATC, CSCS, COMT, first female head athletic trainer in any of the four major sports in the US

Management of Patello-femoral pain

Patello-femoral pain is a multifactorial problem. There are many causes of patello-femoral pain which have been cited in the literature, including an increased Q angle, tight lateral structures, tight hamstrings and gastrocnemius muscles, tight anterior hip structures, pronated feet, patella alta/baja, vastus medialis oblique insufficiency, and poor activation of the gluteus medius posterior fibres. These factors cause a change in …

Jenny McConnell

Jenny McConnell

AM, FACP. B.App.Sc.(Phty), Grad.Dip.Man.Ther, M.Biomed.Eng.

Could the origin of all pain stem from Inflammation?

Whether we’re talking about acute or chronic pain, peripheral or central pain, nociceptive or neuropathic pain… whether the pain is sharp, dull, aching, burning, stabbing, numbing or tingling, there’s a theory proposed by the researchers below that all pain arises from inflammation and the inflammatory response within the body. Could this mean that a consistent effort to help our patients …

Dr. Donald L. Hayes

DC and President of Wellness Watchers Global, LLC, Ceautamed Worldwide, LLC & GreensFirst.com