Chiropractic practices generally sell for less than the fair market value of a comparable small business, all else being equal. This is largely due to supply and demand. Because of generally low demand, chiropractic practices sell at a discount (25 to 33 per cent) compared to equivalent small businesses – an astonishing but true fact.
Our reality is that life consistently presents to us two streets named “Hard.” The first hard way yields the same results we’ve always arrived at. The second street yields the results we desperately crave. Thus, we just have to decide which “Hard” we want.
“Each of us has the responsibility to ourselves and to our country to do our part in decreasing our country’s high expenditures on health care, and decreasing the burden on the system, by promoting . . . well-being.”1
Can you recall a time in your life when you were faced with a difficult circumstance and paralysis set in? On the flip side, can you remember a time when you overcame your fears and obstacles with unsurpassed triumph?
The importance of achieving unity within the profession of chiropractic has been acknowledged repeatedly, and with increasing alacrity, becoming almost ubiquitous in chiropractic literature, rhetoric and dialogue.
This article is a review of the recently published study titled: A Systematic Review of Chiropractic Management of Whiplash Associated Disorders: Recommendations for Advancing Evidence-Based Practice and Research.
In his recent work titled Reasoning Otherwise, Canadian historian Ian McKay engages in a “mission of reconnaissance,” which, for him, is a technique for examining history that “notably differs from the scholarly approach that strains for completeness, authoritativeness and . . . certainty.”
Over the past three years, I have had the privilege to meet, and work with, a number of chiropractic practitioners who are immersed in busy and fulfilling careers – DCs who have a range of responsibilities that include hands-on patient care; serving chiropractic on a variety of boards, committees and associations; teaching; and volunteering in the community.
Canadian health care is in crisis mode, and we know it. The epidemic of chronic lifestyle diseases such as cancer, heart disease, diabetes and chronic pain is well documented.
Motivation is defined as “the psychological feature that arouses an organism to action toward a desired goal; the reason for the action; that which gives purpose and direction to behavior.” (Wordnetweb.com).
Roncesvalles Village in Toronto is a world in transition – a microcosm representing our society’s evolution from older, simpler times through modernity and into a current mindset that, ironically, strives to draw us back to the fundamental aspects of that older simplicity.
One of the most intriguing investment classes to have emerged over the past decade is Exchange Traded Funds (ETFs). Growth and interest in ETFs has been stellar, especially when compared to mutual funds.
As the phrase ‘health care reform’ circulates with increasing regularity and alacrity, many are stepping forward and purporting possible definitions and implications of this ideal, and what actions are required to truly bring it about.
When taking stock of 2009, it is valuable to fairly assess areas needing improvement, but important also to consider and celebrate everything we have done well in order to harness the essence and elements of those successes, and apply them toward meeting our goals for 2010. In this issue of Canadian Chiropractor (CC), our writers suggest this more than once.
What a thrilling ride 2009 has been!! Have you had your belt fastened tight across your lap while throwing your hands in the air and screaming like you just didn’t care? I truly hope that you have taken the time to let down your hair and to get at least a little wild and crazy throughout 2009.
Sleep problems in teenagers reversed in just one week by limiting screen useSleep in teenagers can be improved by just one week…
What is Chiropractic? Proposing a future direction and understandingWhen asked what chiropractic is, most – if not all…
Chiropractic Trends Survey 2019: What's happening with Canada's Chiropractors?Canadian Chiropractor's 2019 Trends Survey is now live!
Life West’s The WAVE 2019
August 16-18, 2019
The National Chiropractic Conference
August 22-25, 2019
CMCC 15th annual BackSwing '19
September 12, 2019
Interprofessional Collaborative Spine Conference
November 8-9, 2019
Royal College of Chiropractic Sports Sciences Eastern Conference
November 8-10, 2019
Brain Injury Canada Conference
April 30-1, 2020