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Plantar Fasciosis: 3 Ways to Identify Weakness in the Foot

Plantar Fasciosis: 3 Ways to Identify Weakness in the Foot

Almost half of plantar fasciitis sufferers (45.6%) will continue to report symptoms ten years after onset. In seven minutes, you will learn how to prevent your patients from falling into this statistic by: Identifying an overlooked contributor to plantar fasciosis, learning how to evaluate for this key weakness, and teaching you simple strengthening exercises for PF

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CARES Act FAQ: Paycheck Protection Program

CARES Act FAQ: Paycheck Protection Program

The world is dealing with an unprecedented challenge that has impacted countless businesses, including chiropractors. Many hands-on providers are seeing patient visits disappear …along with the resultant revenue. Fortunately, companies affected by the pandemic may...

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Telehealth with ChiroUp

Telehealth with ChiroUp

Are You Going to Cowboy Up or Just Lay There and Bleed? The Choice Is Yours. Practices that are solely dependent on performing joint manipulation will struggle through this period of social distancing. Fortunately, managing patients using an evidence-based paradigm...

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How To Automate 95% of Your Patient’s Care

How To Automate 95% of Your Patient’s Care

Recently, The Journal of Physiotherapy (2019) published a paper finding that patients have a desire for a specific diagnosis. From which, they want "clear, consistent and personalized information on prognosis, treatment options and self-management strategies, related...

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February Chiropractic Research Roundup

February Chiropractic Research Roundup

This week’s blog covers 15 practical research studies from the past few weeks. We reviewed hundreds and highlighted only those papers that have the ability to enrich our practice, then summarized each with one or two sentences. We hope that you’ll enjoy this month’s...

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