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Where do you stand?

In my community there is a gentle and kind Chiropractor who has helped lots of people over 50 years regain and keep their health. He sees kids, difficult cases, and offers both condition and wellness care. I bumped into him last week. We talked a bit and he said that he is considering closing up…

Had enough yet?

You name the circumstance and I’ve seen a DC in it…at least I had thought until the pandemic blindsided us. This pandemic is unprecedented. But, I have helped many DCs through financial, marital, and board trouble. I’ve helped with kids, health challenges, and malpractice. All of this has prepared me to help DCs with the…

Sitting on the bench isn’t an option

Regardless of your philosophical slant, your all in-ness, your responsibility to and for people, you can’t abandon your people. It’s simply not an option. If there ever was a time to step up, it’s now.   Even if you don’t believe in Chiropractic or your current ability level, open your mind to upgrading your skill…

Keyboard courage doesn’t save lives!

You went through 9 years of college to be able to help people get healthier, has there been any representation of Chiropractic during the mass hysteria? Has there been any input from Chiropractic Colleges or State Boards? Is government supposed to be by the people for the people? As the rock group, The Who, once…

Doing what you’re told, is that a good idea?

You can’t escape what’s all around you. Everywhere you go you see masks. People are wearing them in the supermarket, driving in their cars, and even in your office. These traumatized people are in survival mode and doing the best they can. They are looking for certainty during these uncertain times. If they spot that…

You can’t buy your way out of your fears!

There’s been a secret enemy lurking in your practice for years. It can’t be blamed on external factors, it’s internal. You just haven’t noticed or have been ignoring it. It’s the conscious or unconscious fear of entering into relationships. It’s all around you, if you’re honest enough to admit it. You can’t get new patients,…