Health
DCs, are your patients healthier than you? Do you have a tough time making it to the end of the day without feeling tired and sore?  Do you envy your patients because they are in good shape and you’re not?
It’s rather disheartening, to me, that we have been taught not to discuss symptoms with patients and we have definitely been trained to refuse to cater to our patients’ pain, right? It’s almost like you’re a “black-balled” chiropractor
Recent headlines and research have suggested that both childhood and adult overweight/obesity rates have reached a critical point with respect to their influence on health, and risk for future illness, and subsequent expense to the already spiralling costs to the health-care system.
A recent cartoon in The New Yorker features a man in a hotel room, sitting up in bed and answering the phone. The caption reads: “This is your wake up call – change or die.”
The human experience centres on change, and how we deal with it.
Several yeas ago, scientists coined a new term for foreign chemicals found in the body: xenobiotics. The term comes from the Greek xenos, meaning foreign, and bios, meaning life. Xenobiotics are found when the body absorbs chemicals that are not nutrients, or when normally occurring substances become denatured, i.e., modified from their original molecular structure, or are in excess.
Understanding, embodying, and teaching the science of genetically congruent living.
Being seated at a table with some members of the Class of ’51 – an auspicious year, incidentally, in which certain future chiropractic magazine editors would be born – induced a little trip back in time.
Build Healthier Communities: A WINning combination.
Chiropractic is no longer a myth for junior hockey.
The need for a multidisciplinary, patient-centred approach.
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