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ID 26245
  Title Thank you for all that you do! [editorial]
Journal J Clin Chiropr Pediatr. 2020 Jun;19(1):1617-1618
Peer Review No
Publication Type Editorial

In these surreal times, whether you are in your office or sheltering in place, We on the JCCP staff would like to send you our heartfelt regards for your courage and persistence in taking care of yourselves, your families and your patients. We are all doing the best that we can. We are all in this together. Are any of you dealing with new roles in your life in addition to practicing chiropractic? Some of us are homeschooling children, caring for elders, working online (telehealth!), supporting patients emotionally and sharing information on how to stay safe and stay well. Some of you are writing, some teaching and many of us learning new skills we never gave much thought to ever having to learn. Zoom, for some of us, was to move fast, as we do when chasing a child around the adjusting table. Now “ZOOM” is a door into futuristic communication and opportunities to reach others around the world.

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