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Curcumin—One of the Most Important Supplements Missing from Your Practice

One of the biggest buzzwords in the industry right now is curcumin—it seems like every periodical, journal, and blog that features supplements, nutrition, holistic wellness, and/or alternative medicine is getting in on the action, touting curcumin and the health benefits that can come from its daily use. For example, Dr. Jacob Teitlbaum, M.D., points out that the incidence of Alzheimer’s …

Matt Kraft

Matt Kraft

Nutritional Consultation Specialist for MeyerDC

CBD Trends for Chiropractors

CBD is an emerging trend in the field of chiropractic. Whether you have started to incorporate topical, hemp-derived CBD products into your service offerings, or you are interested in learning more about them, the time is now since the industry is experiencing an increase in demand.1 We have shared a variety of blog posts about CBD for chiropractors, like how …

Rachel Ford

Content Writer, Health & Wellness Enthusiast

EndFlame Finger-Stick Blood Test

Measure & Manage Muscle and Joint Inflammation to Significantly Improve Outcomes  Hi, Dr. Don Hayes, DC here to talk to you about the EndFlame Program. If you’re interested in a new technology that helps you do what you’re currently doing better and more efficiently, that can be easily implemented and integrated into your overall treatment protocol, and can significantly improve …

Dr. Donald L. Hayes, DC

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

Name Brand Alternatives for Chiropractic Practices

The current healthcare challenge has shown the need for PPE, cleaning supplies, and health and safety supplies at chiropractic offices. With the influx in orders being placed, you may have noticed that some of the name brand products you’ve used in the past are no longer available for immediate shipment. At MeyerDC, we are committed to being your single source …

Rachel Ford

Content Writer, Health & Wellness Enthusiast

Custom PPE Available for Your Practice

Providing your patients and office staff with high-quality PPE, or personal protective equipment, is essential for maintaining current health & safety practices. With the demand for more PPE growing, more and more patients are looking to their healthcare providers to offer PPE products they can rely on. Given this opportunity, now is an excellent time to stock your office with …

Rachel Ford

Content Writer, Health & Wellness Enthusiast

Introducing the Thompson Technique

Celebrating 125 Years of Chiropractic This year marks the 125th anniversary of chiropractic medicine. During each month of the year, we will focus on a specific achievement or innovation in chiropractic history. For last month’s post, we covered 1940–1950 and trigger points. This month, we will explore the Thompson Technique and the creation of the first chiropractic “drop” table.  Who …

Rachel Ford

Content Writer, Health & Wellness Enthusiast

Top 5 PPE & Health Essentials for Chiropractors

As we continue to navigate this healthcare crisis, it’s crucial that your practice is stocked with the essentials you need to protect your patients and employees. MeyerDC has access to high-demand supplies—actively working around the clock to monitor inventory levels to ensure a worry-free shopping experience. From face masks and gloves to disinfectants and pulse oximeters, rely on MeyerDC for …

Rachel Ford

Content Writer, Health & Wellness Enthusiast

Myofascial Trigger Point & the Effect of the G.I. Bill on Chiropractic

125 Years of Chiropractic  Celebrate 125 years of chiropractic medicine with MeyerDC! Each month we are focusing on a different achievement or innovation from chiropractic history. Last month, we covered 1930–1940 and the formation of the National Chiropractic Association. This month, we will look at 1940–1950 with the coining of “myofascial trigger point” and the effect of the G.I. Bill …

Rachel Ford

Content Writer, Health & Wellness Enthusiast

Infection Prevention: Three Methods to Help Prevent MRSA & Staph in Rehab Departments

According to research, the risk associated with Methicillin-resistant Staphylococcus aureus (MRSA) has been decreasing in intensive care units as of late; however, MRSA and other staph infections have been increasing in rehab departments.  While a decrease of cases in intensive care units is promising, the fact that cases have increased in rehab departments is troubling as these spaces are crucial …