Index to Chiropractic Literature
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ID 26602
  Title A turning of the page…2020 to 2021 [editorial]
URL https://jccponline.com/Vallone19-02.html
Journal J Clin Chiropr Pediatr. 2020 Dec;19(2):1674
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Publication Type Editorial
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Excerpt: “This is going on and on and on…when will this end?” Is that the echo of my patients, friends and families voices or is it my own voice? Who knew we’d be here today when this all started like a tsunami in March of this year? One of my colleagues, describing her emotional turmoil during the last 10 months, coined the phrase, “Roller-Covid”, liking the experience to an amusement park ride that scares the living daylights out of you.

We were taken by storm. An overabundance of “news” with little science at the ready. We were caught unprepared for what was to ensue despite watching our European neighbors struggle through it in Italy. Then, when the fear settled and we had made our decisions about our family, our patients, our protocols and practice guidelines, my hope is that you recognized that the level of patient care was going to shift into high gear as stress levels escalated and the experience of daily trauma, toxin and thought would increase the demand for what you, as their chiropractor, could offer your patients when you were ready, while keeping yourself, your staff and your patients, safe, healthy and educated.

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