Index to Chiropractic Literature
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Journal ID Article Title Author(s)
J Chiropr Humanit: Dec 2017(24:1): 31-40 25060 A literature review of electronic health records in chiropractic practice: Common challenges and solutions [review]
  • Taylor DN
Chiropr Dialog: 2017(2017:1): Online access only p 1-4 24760 Scope of practice. Primary care provider, portal of entry and the disconnect in chiropractic education, training and practice
  • McCoy M
Top Integr Health Care: 2012(3:1): Online access only 14 p 22296 Research. Patient characteristics, screening use, and health education advice in a chiropractic practice-based research network
  • Evans MW Jr
  • Hawk C
  • Ndetan H
  • Rupert RL
Chiropr & Osteopat: 2010(18:29): Online access only 24 p 21471 Attitudes of non-practicing chiropractors: A pilot survey concerning factors related to attrition
  • Mirtz TA
  • Hebert JH
  • Wyatt LH
ICA Rev: Spring 2009(65:1): 51-53 20548 Caring your way to success
  • Hinwood J
ICA Rev: Spring 2009(65:1): 55-57 20549 Keeping the recession out of your practice
  • Gay T
J Chiropr Educ: Fall 2008(22:2): 145-151 20306 Business training and education needs of chiropractors
  • Henson SW
  • Pressley M
  • Korfmann S
ICA Rev: Summer/Fall 2008(64:2): 27-29 20297 Viewpoint. The fable of the frogs
  • Fogarty K
ICA Rev: Summer/Fall 2008(64:2): 57-59 20302 Informed consent: Be proactive and consistent
  • Hoffman SE
ICA Rev: Spring 2008(64:1): 41-47 20280 Patient records: The cornerstone of your practice security
  • Hoffman S
JACA Online: Aug 2008(45:6): Online access only p 2-7 20181 Practice-based public relations, Part II
  • Kline CM
JACA Online: Mar 2008(45:2): Online access only p 38-39 20038 Strategic Planning for the Chiropractic Office, by Michael R. Wiles [book review]
  • Sackett M
Top Diagn Radiol Adv Imaging: 2007(11:1): 25-27 20557 Collaborate with speed: The right EMR [electronic medical record] will save you time and money
  • Rottinghaus D
Chiropr Hist: Winter 2006(26:2): 35-47 19445 Early advertising and practice building in chiropractic: 1920-1950
  • Villanueva-Russell YG
JACA Online: Jul 2006(43:5): Online access only p 2-5 19234 The business of chiropractic, Part I
  • Kline CM
JACA Online: Aug 2006(43:6): Online access only p 2-5 19240 The business of chiropractic, Part II
  • Kline CM
J Can Chiropr Assoc: Jun 2005(49:2): 69-73 18225 Can chiropractic survive its chimerical nature?
  • Cooperstein R
  • Perle SM
  • Gleberzon BJ
Todays Chiropr: Mar-Apr 2005(34:2): 22-26, 70 18116 EVALUATING YOUR TECHNIQUE
  • Leclaire J
Todays Chiropr: Mar-Apr 2005(34:2): 38-39 18121 MARKET YOUR MISSION: FOUR COMMON SENSE MARKETING STRATEGIES THAT WORK
  • Powers S
Todays Chiropr: Mar-Apr 2005(34:2): 40-44, 70 18122 BUILDING A WINNING CHIROPRACTIC TEAM
  • Klapp K
Todays Chiropr: Mar-Apr 2005(34:2): 48-50 18123 TAPPING INTO THE NEW PATIENT VEIN
  • Madeira J
Todays Chiropr: Mar-Apr 2005(34:2): 52-56 18124 BUILDING YOUR PRACTICE THROUGH BRANDING
  • Dunlap A
J Manipulative Physiol Ther: Mar-Apr 2005(28:3): 164-169 18061 The selection effects of the inclusion of a chiropractic benefit on the patient population of a managed health care organization
  • Labrot TM
  • Metz RD
  • Nelson CF
  • Pelletier KR
Todays Chiropr: Sep-Oct 2004(33:5): 28, 30 17670 JOINING THE 300 CLUB
  • Mertz CJ
Todays Chiropr: Sep-Oct 2004(33:5): 31-33 17671 MARKETING FROM THE INSIDE
  • Yoffee L
Todays Chiropr: Sep-Oct 2004(33:5): 34+ 17672 MASTER YOUR PRACTICE
  • Perman D
Todays Chiropr: Jan-Feb 2004(33:1): 24-26, 28 17656 YOUR CHIROPRACTIC OPERATING SYSTEM
  • Sanna M
DC Tracts: 2004(16:1): 10 17276 [COMMENTARY ON] CHIROPRACTIC CARE FOR CHILDREN [COMMENTARY]
  • Killinger LZ
Eur J Chiropr: 2003(50:2): 39 18467 EDITORIAL
  • Pedersen P
Todays Chiropr: Mar-Apr 2003(32:2): 48-50 17648 REACHING CORPORATE AMERICA WITH CHIROPRACTIC
  • Stechshulte P
Todays Chiropr: Mar-Apr 2003(32:2): 52-55 17649 CREATING AND NURTURING A SUCCESSFUL CHIROPRACTIC ASSISTANT
  • Margolies JE
Todays Chiropr: Mar-Apr 2003(32:2): 62-65 17652 CREATING A FAMILY BASED PRACTICE
  • Plasker E
Todays Chiropr: Sep-Oct 2003(32:5): 18 17528 WHY CHIRORPACTORS SHOULD BE THE GATEKEEPERS: THE CASE FOR MAKING DC'S THE LEADERS OF THE ALTERNATIVE HEALTH COMMUNITY
  • Plasker E
Todays Chiropr: Sep-Oct 2003(32:5): 80+ 17532 THERE'S NO MARKETING LIKE PERSONAL MARKETING
  • Willis WN
Todays Chiropr: Sep-Oct 2003(32:5): 56-62 17533 ESTABLISHING A SPORTS CHIROPRACTIC PRACTICE
  • Rau K
Todays Chiropr: Sep-Oct 2003(32:5): 70-71 17535 HEALTHCARE PROVIDERS: ARE YOU REALLY READY FOR THE HIPAA?
  • Speers T
Todays Chiropr: Nov-Dec 2003(32:6): 20-24 17518 BENEIFTS OF UTILIZING NUTRITION IN A SUBLUXATION-BASED PRACTICE
  • D'Andrea M
Todays Chiropr: Nov-Dec 2003(32:6): 63-65 17523 COMMON BUSINESS MISTAKES
  • Hollern P
Todays Chiropr: Nov-Dec 2003(32:6): 79 17526 BEFORE BUYING THAT FIRST TABLE
  • Willis WN
Todays Chiropr: May-Jun 2003(32:3): 38-42 17168 A GLANCE IN TO THE FUTURE. IT'S 2025: DO YOU KNOW WHERE YOUR OFFICE IS?
  • Stechshulte P
J Chiropr Med: Sep 2003(2:3): 116 16708 “The Primary Care Conference,” Chicago, IL, May 17–18, 2002. Strength in diversity: Professional and legislative opportunities in primary care by the recognition, defining and promotion of the licensure of chiropractic medical education, competencies and skills [letter]
  • Brown E
Eur J Chiropr: 2003(47:3): 61-78 18179 A PILOT SURVEY OF CHIROPRACTIC PRACTICE IN ITALY
  • Peterson CK
  • Vinci C
ICA Rev: Fall-Winter 2003(59:3/4): 65-71 16315 THE IMPORTANCE OF A PHILOSOPHY BASED PRACTICE - PAST, PRESENT, AND FUTURE
  • Barrett RH
ICA Rev: Spring 2003(59:1): 40-42 16160 PRACTICE MASTERY SERIES, PART ONE: ORGANIZING YOUR CLINIC AND OFFICE SPACE
ICA Rev: Spring 2003(59:1): 43 16161 PRACTICE MASTERY SERIES, PART ONE: OFFICE HOURS
ICA Rev: Spring 2003(59:1): 44-47 16162 PRACTICE MASTERY SERIES, PART ONE: COMMUNICATING WITH NEW PATIENTS
ICA Rev: Spring 2003(59:1): 48 16163 PRACTICE MASTERY SERIES, PART ONE: RIGHTS TO A PATIENT'S RECORDS
ICA Rev: Spring 2003(59:1): 49-51 16164 PRACTICE MASTERY SERIES, PART ONE: THE STARK LAW - WHAT YOU NEED TO KNOW
ICA Rev: Spring 2003(59:1): 52-53 16165 PRACTICE MASTERY SERIES, PART ONE: MEDICARE - SHOULD YOU PARTICIPATE?
ICA Rev: Spring 2003(59:1): 55-62 16166 12 keys to chiropractic success & greatness
  • Gay T
J Chiropr Educ: Fall 2002(16:2): 128-135 17309 Chiropractic success survey
  • Wiegand R
  • Nosco D
  • Zhang J
ICA Rev: Spring 2002(58:2): 52-56 16859 THE BUSINESS OF PRACTICE
  • Gayman PG
ICA Rev: Spring 2002(58:2): 57-61 16860 WHAT IS PRACTICE MANAGEMENT?
  • Parker B
ICA Rev: Spring 2002(58:2): 62-66 16861 GROW YOUR PRACTICE THROUGH PUBLIC SPEAKING
  • Duboff L
ICA Rev: Spring 2002(58:2): 67-70 16862 LEASE OR BUY?
  • Minghe LI
J Chiropr Med: Dec 2002(1:4): 139-148 16669 "The Primary Care Conference, Chicago, Il, May 17-18, 2002: Strength in diversity: Professional and legislative opportunities in primary care by the recognition, defining and promotion of the licensure of chiropractic medical education, competencies and skills
  • Kremer RG
J Chiropr Med: Dec 2002(1:4): 175-179 16673 Educating primary care chiropractic physicians
  • Wickes D
ICA Rev: Summer 2002(58:3): 57-65 16181 MAKING YOUR PRACTICE SUCCEED IN A MANAGED-CARE WORLD
  • Behrend JA
Todays Chiropr: Sep-Oct 2002(31:5): 42-44 16056 MARKETING 101: A MUST READ PRIMER FOR GROWING YOUR PRACTICE
  • Stechshulte P
Todays Chiropr: Sep-Oct 2002(31:5): 49-52 16057 CREATIVE MARKETING
  • Margolies JE
Todays Chiropr: Sep-Oct 2002(31:5): 54-55 16059 DEVELOPING YOUR PRACTICE THROUGH WEB MARKETING
  • Mansfield P
Todays Chiropr: Sep-Oct 2002(31:5): 56-57 16060 INSIDE-OUT MARKETING: NINE KEYS TO KEEPING YOUR PATIENT CALENDAR FULL
  • Esteb W
J Am Chiropr Assoc: Sept 2002(39:9): 8-10+ 15997 MARKETING THE MOST SENSIBLE FORM OF HEALTH CARE
J Am Chiropr Assoc: Nov 2002(39:11): 46-47 15924 MANAGING A PRACTICE IN TROUBLED TIMES
  • Feise RJ
Chiropr Econ: Sep 2002(44:9): 43-45 15706 5 strategies to creating the successful office of your dreams
  • Maciejewski L
Chiropr Econ: Aug 2002(44:8): 40-48 15691 THEN AND NOW, AN UPDATE ON DR. M.G. LETT, A CHIROPRACTIC ECONOMICS SUCCESS PROFILE FROM 1965
  • Mulligan M
Chiropr Econ: May 2002(44:5): 72,74 15552 SUSAN HOY'S TEAM TIPS: GETTING BACK TO BASICS
  • Hoy S
Chiropr Econ: Jun 2002(44:6): 90,92 15543 BOB LEVOY'S SUCCESS FILE: POSITIONING YOUR PRACTICE FOR SUCCESS
  • Levoy B
Chiropr Econ: Apr 2002(44:4): 27-30 15429 SIX SECRETS TO BUILDING A SUCCESSFUL PRACTICE IN AN ERA OF MANAGED CARE
  • Lockenour J
Chiropr Econ: Feb 2002(44:2): 64 15409 SUSAN HOY'S TEAM TIPS: BACK TO BASICS: DOES YOUR PRACTICE NEED RE-EVALUATION?
  • Hoy S
Chiropr Econ: Jan 2002(44:1): 23-25 14992 BUILDING A PRACTICE FROM ABOVE-DOWN, INSIDE-OUT
  • Geller-Vino M
Top Clin Chiropr: Jun 2001(8:2): 13-19 17223 Benchmarking the clinical and financial characteristics of chiropractic offices
  • Bartlett EE
ICA Rev: Fall 2001(57:5/6): 85-87 16903 BRINGING FAMILY INTO YOUR PRACTICE
  • Mertz CJ
ICA Rev: Fall 2001(57:5/6): 88-91 16904 CARING FOR PATIENTS THE OLD-FASHIONED WAY - MAKING A HOUSE CALL
  • Van Loon M
ICA Rev: Summer 2001(57:4/5): 68-71 16890 MAKING OFFICE DECISIONS YOU WON'T REGRET
  • Herfert K
ICA Rev: Summer 2001(57:4/5): 46-50 16886 IS IT YOUR STRATEGY OR YOUR IDENTITY?
  • Markson LT
J Am Chiropr Assoc: Oct 2001(38:10): 18-19 15261 MANAGE YOUR TIME.
  • Perusich J
J Am Chiropr Assoc: Aug 2001(38:8): 20-21 15253 PRACTICE: HOW TO SURVIVE THE EARLY YEARS.
  • Kats DJ
J Am Chiropr Assoc: July 2001(38:7): 18-20 15246 SECRETS OF EMPLOYEE MOTIVATION
  • Martin S
Chiropr Econ: Nov 2001(43:11): 36-38 15116 WHAT SHOULD YOU LOOK FOR IN A MANAGEMENT CONSULTANT?
  • Counselman T
Chiropr Econ: Nov 2001(43:11): 60-62 15119 HOW TO CHOOSE THE RIGHT COACH FOR YOUR PRACTICE
  • Maule KA
Chiropr Econ: Nov 2001(43:11): 64-74 15120 CHIROPRACTIC ECONOMICS' FIFTH ANNUAL PRACTICE MANAGEMENT DIRECTORY & RESOURCE GUIDE
Chiropr Econ: Nov 2001(43:11): 78+ 15122 SUSAN HOY'S TEAM TOPS: NO QUICK FIX WHEN IT COMES TO PRACTICE MANAGEMENT
  • Hoy S
Chiropr Econ: Oct 2001(43:10): 50-54 15105 PLAN: IT'S REALLY NOT A FOUR-LETTER WORD
  • Delman I
Chiropr Econ: Sep 2001(43:9): 16+ 15088 HOW TO MAKE PRACTICE PROSPERITY A REALITY
  • Thomas J
Chiropr Econ: Jun 2001(43:6): 36-44 15054 NEVER GIVE UP; NEVER GIVE IN: DR. SEAN MCWILLIAMS' SECRETS TO A SUCCESSFUL START-UP
  • Stump FT
Chiropr Econ: Jun 2001(43:6): 48-53 15055 RELIABILITY AND CONSISTENCY: WHY THESE SEEMINGLY SIMPLE QUALITIES ARE KEY TO YOUR SUCCESS
  • Olsen JD
Chiropr Econ: May 2001(43:5): 26-30 15043 THE NUMBERS GAME: HOW PRACTICE 'GAUGES' CAN HELP YOU PLOT YOUR SUCCESS
  • Delman I
Chiropr Econ: Apr 2001(43:4): 32-36 15033 HOW TO DIVERSIFY AND THRIVE OUTSIDE OF MANAGED CARE
  • Fernandez PG
Chiropr Econ: Feb 2001(43:2): 22-26 15013 THE MULTIDISCIPLINE CENTER: PROS AND CONS
  • Dahan D
Chiropr Econ: Jan 2001(43:1): 52-60 15007 COMPLIANCE: IMPLEMENTATION AND ENFORCEMENT OF YOUR PLAN, WHAT YOU NEED TO KNOW ABOUT DESIGNATING A COMPLIANCE OFFICER, EDUCATING YOUR STAFF
  • Green D
J Am Chiropr Assoc: Jun 2001(38:6): 18-21 14922 THE CASH PRACTICE: PROMISE AND REALITIES
  • Humble D
  • Kats DJ
  • Lewin J
J Am Chiropr Assoc: Apr 2001(38:4): 20-22 14904 DECOMMISSIONING: PROFITABLE PRACTICE EXITS
  • Li M
J Am Chiropr Assoc: Apr 2001(38:4): 23 14905 WHEN THE UNEXPECTED HAPPENS
J Am Chiropr Assoc: Mar 2001(38:3): 22 14896 SECOND THOUGHTS [LETTER; COMMENT]
  • Sallahian CA
J Am Chiropr Assoc: Mar 2001(38:3): 24-25 14897 THE TANDEM PRACTICE: TWO DOCTORS WORKING AS ONE
  • Kats DJ
J Am Chiropr Assoc: Feb 2001(38:2): 27-30 14886 SUMMARY OF THE 2000 ACA PROFESSIONAL SURVEY ON CHIROPRACTIC PRACTICE
  • Jackson P
J Am Chiropr Assoc: Feb 2001(38:2): 32-33 14887 SECURE YOUR FUTURE: PROTECT THE EQUITY IN YOUR PRACTICE
  • Vincent RE
J Am Chiropr Assoc: Jul 2000(37:7): 26-27 14582 Software integration with new technology
  • Behmlander JL
Top Clin Chiropr: Mar 2000(7:1): 43-47 17730 CLINICAL AND NONCLINICAL MOTIVATIONS IN CHIROPRACTIC PRACTICE AND THE SOCIAL CONFLICTS ARISING FROM PRACTICE VARIATIONS
  • Chapman-Smith DA
Top Clin Chiropr: Mar 2000(7:1): 48 17736 TRENDS IN HEALTH CARE ECONOMICS AND THEIR IMPACT ON CHIROPRACTIC PRACTICE
  • Manga P
Top Clin Chiropr: Mar 2000(7:1): 53-56 17742 CHALLENGES TO THE ECONOMIC STABILITY OF CHIROPRACTIC PROVIDERS: FROM STUDENT LOANS TO SUCCESSFUL PRACTICE
  • Petersen D
Todays Chiropr: Sep-Oct 2000(29:5): 86-89 15576 BE A HEALER, NOT A SALESMAN.
  • Willis WN
Todays Chiropr: Sep-Oct 2000(29:5): 90-93 15577 NEVER, NEVER QUIT.
  • Humble DD
Todays Chiropr: Sep-Oct 2000(29:5): 94-95 15578 TEN INCREDIBLE, QUICK, INEXPENSIVE WAYS TO BUILD A SOLID PRACTICE.
  • Koren T
Todays Chiropr: Sep-Oct 2000(29:5): 96-99 15579 HIRING THE POWER EMPLOYEE.
  • Hardick BJ
Todays Chiropr: Sep-Oct 2000(29:5): 100-103 15580 HOW YOUR C.A. CAN SCHEDULE MORE PATIENTS IN LESS TIME.
  • Fernandez PG
Todays Chiropr: Sep-Oct 2000(29:5): 104-106 15581 HOW TO EVALUATE A DOCTOR-MCO CONTRACT.
  • Simpson CA
Todays Chiropr: Sep-Oct 2000(29:5): 108-111 15582 ADDRESSING YOUR LISTENERS AFTER YOU SPEAK.
  • Duboff L
Todays Chiropr: Sep-Oct 2000(29:5): 112-115 15583 MONEY MANAGEMENT 101: AN EYE ON THE LEDGER.
  • Margolies JE
Todays Chiropr: Jul-Aug 2000(29:4): 60-61 15494 CHIROPRACTIC SALARIES AND PRACTICE HABITS.
  • Stechshulte P
Todays Chiropr: Jul-Aug 2000(29:4): 62-65 15495 TAKE TIME OFF TO BUILD YOUR PRACTICE.
  • Willis WN
Todays Chiropr: May-Jun 2000(29:3): 90-92 15488 SUBLUXATION AND OBJECTIVE OUTCOME ASSESSMENT PROCEDURES IN CHIROPRACTIC PRACTICE.
  • McCoy M
Todays Chiropr: Mar-Apr 2000(29:2): 78-82 15472 CREATING A FAMILY PRACTICE.
  • Margolies JE
Todays Chiropr: Jan-Feb 2000(29:1): 80-83 15461 COMPENSATION CAN ENSURE THE LONG-TERM SUCCESS OF YOUR OFFICE
  • Willis WN
Todays Chiropr: Jan-Feb 2000(29:1): 84-86 15462 THE CASH PATIENT AND THE GOLDEN RULE
  • Newman LA
Todays Chiropr: Jan-Feb 2000(29:1): 90-92 15464 WHAT TO DO WHEN THE IRS COMES CALLING.
  • Bridges FD
Todays Chiropr: Jan-Feb 2000(29:1): 94-98 15465 QUESTIONS YOU SHOULD ASK WHEN PURCHASING A PRACTICE.
  • Fernandez PG
J Am Chiropr Assoc: Mar 2000(37:3): 40-42 14630 HITTING THE RESTART BUTTON
  • Kats DJ
J Am Chiropr Assoc: Sep 2000(37:9): 36-38 14573 OVER-COMMITMENT SYNDROME
  • Miller KJ
J Am Chiropr Assoc: Jan 2000(37:1): 24-25 14568 STAYING ON TIME
  • Kats DJ
J Am Chiropr Assoc: Oct 2000(37:10): 54-55 14560 WANT TO SUCCEED? READ THIS.
  • Vincent RE
J Am Chiropr Assoc: Dec 2000(37:12): 9-10+ 14553 THE MULTIDISCIPLINARY PRACTICE: PATH TO THE FUTURE?
J Chiropr Humanit: 2000(9:): Online access only 17 p 543 Chiropractic ethics: An oxymoron? Contemporary ethical issues in chiropractic
  • Smith JC
Todays Chiropr: Sep-Oct 1999(28:5): 74-77 131 The eagle and the dove: Getting the most out of the personalities in your office
  • Willis WN
Todays Chiropr: Sep-Oct 1999(28:5): 78-85 132 The secret of the peak performer
  • Humble DD
Todays Chiropr: Sep-Oct 1999(28:5): 86-89 133 Managing your staff for practice success
  • Fernandez PG
Todays Chiropr: Sep-Oct 1999(28:5): 90-92 134 How to organize your office to succeed
  • Sharp E
Todays Chiropr: Sep-Oct 1999(28:5): 102-105 137 Will joining a CAM network enhance your practice?
  • Kittner AM
Todays Chiropr: Nov-Dec 1999(28:6): 38-42 151 The associate problem
  • Willis WN
Todays Chiropr: Nov-Dec 1999(28:6): 58-63 154 Mastering the documentation game
  • Miscoe M
Todays Chiropr: Nov-Dec 1999(28:6): 100-103 161 Practice management survey: The state of chiropractic entering the 21st century
  • Stechshulte P
Todays Chiropr: May-Jun 1999(28:3): 48-51 69 Lay a firm foundation for your practice
  • Willis WN
Todays Chiropr: May-Jun 1999(28:3): 52-55 70 Patient scheduling: It's not as easy as it looks
  • Miller KJ
Todays Chiropr: May-Jun 1999(28:3): 113 83 Cash practice, new practice: A survival guide [book review] by David E Abblett and Terry Ann Abblett
Todays Chiropr: Mar-Apr 1999(28:2): 90-92 47 How to select, design and evaluate your advertising
  • Fernandez PG
Todays Chiropr: Mar-Apr 1999(28:2): 94-96 48 Proving the return on your Yellow Pages advertising investment
  • Pollard C
Todays Chiropr: Mar-Apr 1999(28:2): 98-102 49 Practice promotions and internal marketing strategies
  • Margolies JE
Todays Chiropr: Mar-Apr 1999(28:2): 103-105 50 Building a successful practice with class
  • Palermo A
Todays Chiropr: Mar-Apr 1999(28:2): 114-115 57 Adjusting times [book review] by William Bedford Jr.
Todays Chiropr: Mar-Apr 1999(28:2): 115 58 The how-to book for the chiropractic office [book review]
Todays Chiropr: Jul-Aug 1999(28:4): 36-37 95 Practice management and salary survey
Todays Chiropr: Jul-Aug 1999(28:4): 48-50 97 Staff is your key to success
  • Willis WN
J Can Chiropr Assoc: Sep 1999(43:3): 189-191 641 Health law in chriopractic : Transfer of patient files
  • Freedman AM
J Can Chiropr Assoc: Dec 1999(43:4): 221-223 657 A few comments on scope and standards of practice [comment]
  • Vear HJ
J Can Chiropr Assoc: Dec 1999(43:4): 249-257 663 Standards of care: what do they mean to chiropractors, and which organizations should develop them
  • Biggs L
  • Mierau D
  • Hay D
J Am Chiropr Assoc: Oct 1999(36:10): 6+ 351 Climbing the chiropractic mountain: The first several years of practice
J Am Chiropr Assoc: Oct 1999(36:10): 13-14 352 The longer but lasting road to success
J Am Chiropr Assoc: Oct 1999(36:10): 17 354 Ups and downs of associateships
J Am Chiropr Assoc: Nov 1999(36:11): 8-16 364 Practice management: Keeping your head above water
J Am Chiropr Assoc: May 1999(36:5): 42 824 Still important to dress for success
  • Molloy J
J Am Chiropr Assoc: May 1999(36:5): 52-54 827 Are you psychologically ready to sell your practice?
  • Hadley C
J Am Chiropr Assoc: Mar 1999(36:3): 56 811 CORFs - wait & see
  • Kats DB
J Am Chiropr Assoc: Jan 1999(36:1): 24 784 How much money is enough?
  • Kats DB
J Am Chiropr Assoc: Feb 1999(36:2): 38-44 800 The Yellow Pages: A method to the madness
  • Rhodes LS
J Am Chiropr Assoc: Feb 1999(36:2): 50 802 The wellness practice
  • Kats DB
J Am Chiropr Assoc: Aug 1999(36:8): 20-21 333 Integrating alternative health care into the chiropractic practice
  • Kats DJ
J Am Chiropr Assoc: Apr 1999(36:4): 59-60 818 The chiropractic Super Bowl - Interview with Nelson Vetanze, DC
ICA Rev: Apr 1999(55:2): 34-38 711 Treat your patients like...customers
  • Stevenson D
ICA Rev: Apr 1999(55:2): 40-43 712 Setting your sights on success
  • Palermo T
Chiropr Econ: Sep 1999(41:7): 34-40 885 How your CA's can collect 98% of your fees
  • Fernandex PG
Chiropr Econ: Oct 1999(41:8): 52-60 892 Are you ready to sell your practice: Financially and psychologically?
  • Hadley C
Chiropr Econ: Nov 1999(41:9): 25-32 899 Dr. Scott Newquist tells you exactly how he built his million dollar practice and you can, too
  • Stultz T
Chiropr Econ: May 1999(41:4): 60-65 868 Achieve great atmosphere and great service
  • Hoy S
Chiropr Econ: Mar 1999(41:2): 64-70 854 Increase revenue by $200k with nutritional and postural analysis
  • Pelletier N
Chiropr Econ: Jan-Feb 1999(41:1): 36-42 841 Inside one successful cash practice with a waiting list
  • Lorence R
Am Chiropr: Sep-Oct 1999(21:5): 49 305 Survey responses: Your answers & opinions to TAC's fax back survey from volume 21, issue 4, 1999
Am Chiropr: May-Jun 1999(21:3): 38-40+ 277 The multi-discipline practice
  • Green DA
Am Chiropr: Mar-Apr 1999(21:2): 29-34 265 Is your practice in need of CPR?
  • Novatnak DG
Am Chiropr: Jul-Aug 1999(21:4): 14-17 283 Using magic bullets to increase cash flow: One-minute procedure to identify your patients ideal diet
  • Loomis HF Jr
Am Chiropr: Jul-Aug 1999(21:4): 34-35 289 Observations on the establishing of a pediatric chiropractic practice
  • Thompson JV
Am Chiropr: Jan-Feb 1999(21:1): 8-10+ 246 Host your own radio show: The sure cure for the "managed care blues"
  • Krystocik E
Am Chiropr: Jan-Feb 1999(21:1): 36-37 255 The panic practice
  • Esteb WD
Eur J Chiropr: 1998(46:2): 89-90 16646 ROLE OF PATIENT EDUCATION IN CHIROPRACTIC PRACTICE
  • Noone P
Eur J Chiropr: 1998(46:2): 95-96 16649 EUROPEAN CHIROPRACTORS' UNION CONSENSUS: THE CASE FOR COMPETENCY-BASED CHIROPRACTIC PRACTICE
  • Leyson S
Eur J Chiropr: 1998(46:2): 101-103 16652 QUALITY CONTROL IN DAILY PRACTICE: THE SCANDINAVIAN EXPERIENCE
  • Leboeuf-Yde C
Top Clin Chiropr: Mar 1998(5:1): 70-71 1674 Surviving in health care [book review] by Dieter R. Enzmann
Top Clin Chiropr: Jun 1998(5:2): V 1425 In this issue... Clinical decision making
  • McCarthy KA
Top Clin Chiropr: Dec 1998(5:4): IV-V 949 In this issue... The entrepreneurial spirit versus the economics and ethics of enterprise
  • Hansen DT
Top Clin Chiropr: Dec 1998(5:4): 1-13 950 Back to basics... The chiropractor as physician firm
  • Cooperstein R
Top Clin Chiropr: Dec 1998(5:4): 14-19 951 Clinical excerpts... The development of care management systems to achieve clinical integration
  • Hill M
Top Clin Chiropr: Dec 1998(5:4): 31-43, 59+ 953 Managed care: Facilities, competencies, and skill sets
  • Bougie JD
  • Hansen DT
Top Clin Chiropr: Dec 1998(5:4): 64-65 959 Analysis for financial management, 5th ed. [book review] by Robert C. Higgins
Todays Chiropr: Sep-Oct 1998(27:5): 72-74 1191 From problem-solving to vision creating
  • Markson LT
Todays Chiropr: Sep-Oct 1998(27:5): 76-77 1192 Correcting common mistakes that hold back your practice
  • Anthony M
Todays Chiropr: Sep-Oct 1998(27:5): 78-82 1193 Dynamic chiro program
Todays Chiropr: Sep-Oct 1998(27:5): 84-88 1194 Achieving success in today's environment and beyond
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Todays Chiropr: Sep-Oct 1998(27:5): 90-92 1195 Future perfect: Pediatric practice management
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Todays Chiropr: Sep-Oct 1998(27:5): 94-95 1196 Creating new patients in the information age
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Todays Chiropr: Sep-Oct 1998(27:5): 96-97 1197 The benevolent conduct of the warrior C.A.
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Todays Chiropr: Nov-Dec 1998(27:6): 78-83 1032 Design for your bottom line
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Todays Chiropr: May-Jun 1998(27:3): 70-73 1507 Computerizing the clinical aspect of practice
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Todays Chiropr: Mar-Apr 1998(27:2): 76-80 1653 Guidelines for promoting your practice
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Todays Chiropr: Jan-Feb 1998(27:1): 54-59 1776 Community health and chiropractic: Fitness programs for practice growth
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Todays Chiropr: Jan-Feb 1998(27:1): 60-61 1777 Staying competitive in a very tough game
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Todays Chiropr: Jan-Feb 1998(27:1): 90-92 1784 Taking the pain out of financing your practice
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Todays Chiropr: Jan-Feb 1998(27:1): 94-95 1785 How to get a quick start in practice
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J Am Chiropr Assoc: Sep 1998(35:9): 58-59 1138 Chiropractic: A people profession
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J Am Chiropr Assoc: Oct 1998(35:10): 20-21 1068 Satisfaction guaranteed: Monitoring patient satisfaction
  • Kats DB
J Am Chiropr Assoc: Oct 1998(35:10): 28-30+ 1070 Opinion: Strategic plan for integration into health care, part II
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J Am Chiropr Assoc: May 1998(35:5): 22-27 1472 "Drugless" providers providing drug testing - part II how to get started
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J Am Chiropr Assoc: May 1998(35:5): 32-35 1473 The computer's holding power
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J Am Chiropr Assoc: Mar 1998(35:3): 37-45 1596 MINORITIES AND THE CHIROPRACTIC PROFESSION IN ERIE COUNTY, NEW YORK: PART 1
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J Am Chiropr Assoc: Mar 1998(35:3): 46-51 1597 TWENTY POINTS TO CONSIDER WHEN BUYING A PRACTICE
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J Am Chiropr Assoc: Mar 1998(35:3): 52-55 1598 OUTCOMES: THE KEY TO THE FUTURE
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J Am Chiropr Assoc: Jun 1998(35:6): 18-22 1387 Managing workers' compensation injuries
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J Am Chiropr Assoc: Jun 1998(35:6): 44-49 1389 "Drugless" providers providing drug testing part 3. Specific requirements for testing
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J Am Chiropr Assoc: Jul 1998(35:7): 8-10+ 1290 Learning how to manage managed care and more: Do chiropractors need an MBA?
J Am Chiropr Assoc: Jul 1998(35:7): 31-32 1296 The MBA phenomenon in the health care marketplace
  • Maurer EL
J Am Chiropr Assoc: Jul 1998(35:7): 43-44 1299 Share and share alike?
J Am Chiropr Assoc: Feb 1998(35:2): 62-64 1702 Integration of chiropractic services with managed care
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J Am Chiropr Assoc: Dec 1998(35:12): 24+ 928 Taking a bite out of debt
  • Kats DB
J Am Chiropr Assoc: Aug 1998(35:8): 20+ 1231 Leadership is the missing link
  • Smith JC
J Am Chiropr Assoc: Aug 1998(35:8): 44-45 1238 Expanding your patient services
  • Kats DB
J Am Chiropr Assoc: Apr 1998(35:4): 20-25+ 1531 Drugless providers providing drug testing
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J Am Chiropr Assoc: Apr 1998(35:4): 50-53 1534 How to get hype - without getting hyper
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J Am Chiropr Assoc: Apr 1998(35:4): 69-72 1537 The biology of the "smart" machine
  • Miller M
Eur J Chiropr: 1998(46:1): 3-9 1814 Is business management education important for chiropractors?
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Chiropr Pediatr: Oct 1998(4:1): 11-12 1053 Take time to be the family doctor [editorial]
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Chiropr Econ: Sep 1998(40:10): 20-22 1110 Meet Leo McCormick, D.C.
Chiropr Econ: Sep 1998(40:10): 64-73 1114 A peek at a practice: A candid conversation with Nancy Soliven, D.C., M.D.
Chiropr Econ: Oct 1998(40:11): 28-35 1044 Nail down costs: 26 rules to reduce your practice's overhead
  • Fernandez PG
Chiropr Econ: Oct 1998(40:11): 70 1050 Expand your practice: Put your waiting room to use
  • Austin WM
Chiropr Econ: Nov-Dec 1998(40:12): 20-23 974 Are you a good candidate for a consultant?
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Chiropr Econ: May 1998(40:7): 16-21 1454 Husbands & wives in practice: Six rules to never break
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Chiropr Econ: May 1998(40:7): 86 1462 How your CA can help expand your practice
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Chiropr Econ: Mar-Apr 1998(40:6): 50-58 1568 21 steps to create a successful business plan
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Chiropr Econ: Jun 1998(40:8): 80-81 1353 Expand your practice: Zoom in on details
  • Austin WM
Chiropr Econ: Jul-Aug 1998(40:9): 12-16 1279 Two tales for the "technically challenged"
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Chiropr Econ: Jul-Aug 1998(40:9): 34-37 1282 Why more software will buy happiness
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Chiropr Econ: Jul-Aug 1998(40:9): 62-65 1284 Four reasons to use software to control your inventory
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Chiropr Econ: Jul-Aug 1998(40:9): 66-68 1285 Meet Thomas Crisofulli, D.C.
Chiropr Econ: Jul-Aug 1998(40:9): 80-83 1287 Considering a lease? An eight-point check list
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Chiropr Econ: Jan-Feb 1998(40:5): 20-28 1731 Feeling the urge to merge? Six pros and cons
Chiropr Econ: Jan-Feb 1998(40:5): 58-65 1735 How to structure the multi-discipline practice
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Chiropr Econ: Jan-Feb 1998(40:5): 76-87 1738 How to hire and train a medical doctor
Am Chiropr: Sep-Oct 1998(20:5): 6 1096 The forum: Your turn to talk
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Am Chiropr: Sep-Oct 1998(20:5): 18-22+ 1100 Practice paradigms: An excerpt from the path to mastery in chiropractic
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Am Chiropr: Sep-Oct 1998(20:5): 38-39 1106 Doctor, how much do you charge for an adjustment?
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Am Chiropr: Sep-Oct 1998(20:5): 44 1108 Starting a practice in 1998
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Am Chiropr: May-Jun 1998(20:3): 14 1439 Diagnosis: Poverty complex
  • Wheeler JD
Am Chiropr: May-Jun 1998(20:3): 26-28 1443 The c myth: An excerpt from the path to mastery in chiropractic
  • Smith JC
Am Chiropr: May-Jun 1998(20:3): 29 1444 The principles of stress-free chiropractic success
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Am Chiropr: May-Jun 1998(20:3): 30-31 1445 What you have to do differently today to increase your practice
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Am Chiropr: Mar-Apr 1998(20:2): 26 1549 Integrate your practice with your life: Achieve both your personal & professional goals without stressing out
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Am Chiropr: Mar-Apr 1998(20:2): 28-29+ 1550 Five keys to avoiding failure in practice and life (at all cost)
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Am Chiropr: Mar-Apr 1998(20:2): 31-32 1551 A perspective on perspectives
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Am Chiropr: Jul-Aug 1998(20:4): 1 1251 Do I limit my practice? [letter]
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Am Chiropr: Jul-Aug 1998(20:4): 14+ 1259 The beginnings of a centennial graduate - buying your practice
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Am Chiropr: Jul-Aug 1998(20:4): 30-36+ 1267 The chiropractic hierarchy of needs: An excerpt from the path to mastery in chiropractic
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Am Chiropr: Jan-Feb 1998(20:1): 26-27+ 1722 Smart internal marketing
  • Smith JC
Am Chiropr: Jan-Feb 1998(20:1): 33+ 1725 How to stay on track all day, every day
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Todays Chiropr: Sep-Oct 1997(26:5): 76-78 2167 Patients - where are they?
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Todays Chiropr: Sep-Oct 1997(26:5): 80-82 2168 New patient sonar
  • Esteb WD
Todays Chiropr: Sep-Oct 1997(26:5): 84-87 2169 Developing practice brochures and newsletters that get results
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Todays Chiropr: Sep-Oct 1997(26:5): 88-89 2170 The three ways to use patient education literature
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Todays Chiropr: Sep-Oct 1997(26:5): 90-94 2171 Reaching prospective patients with online yellow pages
  • Meyers HS
Todays Chiropr: Sep-Oct 1997(26:5): 96-97 2172 Attract quality patients through a chiropractic mothers morning out program
  • Plasker EH
Todays Chiropr: Sep-Oct 1997(26:5): 98-103 2173 Growing a powerful pediatric practice
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Todays Chiropr: Sep-Oct 1997(26:5): 104-107 2174 Management concepts to practice by
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Todays Chiropr: Sep-Oct 1997(26:5): 108-109 2175 Common elements that may enhance value
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Todays Chiropr: Nov-Dec 1997(26:6): 66-69 2013 True of false emergencies: Determining after-hours procedures
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Todays Chiropr: May-Jun 1997(26:3): 16 2476 The very low overhead practice [correction]
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Todays Chiropr: May-Jun 1997(26:3): 70-73 2484 Prepaid plans determined to be legal
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Todays Chiropr: May-Jun 1997(26:3): 90-94 2487 Risk management guidelines for D.C.S.
  • Chirosecure
Todays Chiropr: Mar-Apr 1997(26:2): 60-62 2615 The very low overhead practice
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Todays Chiropr: Mar-Apr 1997(26:2): 76-79 2617 There's no CPT code for philosophy!
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J Manipulative Physiol Ther: Mar-Apr 1997(20:3): 225-226 2594 Pelvic Locomotor Dysfunction: A clinical approach [by] GG Defranca [book review]
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J Can Chiropr Assoc: Sep 1997(41:3): 155-191 2123 Canadian Chiropractic Resources Databank (CCRD): A Profile of Canadian Chiropractors
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J Can Chiropr Assoc: Jun 1997(41:2): 117-118 2355 Alternate dispute resolution
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J Can Chiropr Assoc: Jun 1997(41:2): 124 2357 Pelvic Locomotor Dysfunction: A Clinical Approach by George G. Defranca. [book review]
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J Am Chiropr Assoc: Sep 1997(34:9): 15-18 2105 Climbing the ladder of success: Secrets of a seasoned coach for the new practitioner
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J Am Chiropr Assoc: Sep 1997(34:9): 19-20 2106 Ten principles to greater success in your practice
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J Am Chiropr Assoc: Sep 1997(34:9): 25-28 2108 Developing the team that works
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J Am Chiropr Assoc: Jan 1997(34:1): 49-52 2724 A tax-planning checklist: Last minute strategies for 1996
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J Am Chiropr Assoc: Feb 1997(34:2): 19-23 2649 The chiropractor as physician
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J Am Chiropr Assoc: Feb 1997(34:2): 51-52 2655 The economic outlook
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J Am Chiropr Assoc: Dec 1997(34:12): 67-68 1901 Doctoring up your referral system
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J Am Chiropr Assoc: Apr 1997(34:4): 20-24+ 2506 Legislative approaches to the regulation of the chiropractic profession
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J Am Chiropr Assoc: Apr 1997(34:4): 29-31 2508 Chiropractic's turn on the world stage
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J Am Chiropr Assoc: Apr 1997(34:4): 35-38 2510 Reaching the decision makers
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Chiropr Pediatr: Jan 1997(2:4): 16-17 2704 Children and the crystal clear practice
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Chiropr Econ: Sep-Oct 1997(40:2): 34-40 2077 10 stupid things chiropractors do
  • Lollar DE
Chiropr Econ: Sep-Oct 1997(40:2): 72 2083 Success file. How to get employees to go the extra mile
  • Levoy B
Chiropr Econ: Sep-Oct 1997(40:2): 80-87 2086 MLM: Why the time is right for this chiropractor
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Chiropr Econ: Nov 1997(40:3): 14-16 1958 Ten pitfalls to avoid when establishing a practice
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Chiropr Econ: Nov 1997(40:3): 78 1968 The success file. How to get employees to go the extra mile
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Chiropr Econ: May-Jun 1997(39:6): 44-46 2417 Top earners
Chiropr Econ: May-Jun 1997(39:6): 46-53 2418 Top earners. Dr. Dallas Humble: Why I gave up 22 clinics & $12M yearly income
Chiropr Econ: May-Jun 1997(39:6): 56-63 2420 Ranked in top 25 physician groups. Dr. Eugene Sparlin, seven clinics 87,835 visits
Chiropr Econ: May-Jun 1997(39:6): 66-73 2422 Secrets of top earners. Dr. G. T. Andreoli, million dollar practice based on quality & service
Chiropr Econ: May-Jun 1997(39:6): 74 2423 The success file. Soar with your strengths
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Chiropr Econ: May-Jun 1997(39:6): 78-83 2425 Secrets of top earners. Dr. Frank Ungerland: Solo practice and 21,000 patient visits
Chiropr Econ: Mar-Apr 1997(39:5): 56-60 2547 Insure your way to a buy-out
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Chiropr Econ: Jul-Aug 1997(40:1): 14-16 2236 Why computer is the hardest working "employee" you can hire!
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Chiropr Econ: Jul-Aug 1997(40:1): 28-30 2239 How to boost your professional image
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Chiropr Econ: Jul-Aug 1997(40:1): 38-45 2241 City doc / country doc: A comparison of two practices opening in May of 1996
Chiropr Econ: Jul-Aug 1997(40:1): 66 2244 Success file. How to get employees to go the extra mile
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Chiropr Econ: Jul-Aug 1997(40:1): 68 2245 Q & A on practice management
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Chiropr Econ: Jan-Feb 1997(39:4): 20-24 2687 Does an embezzler work for you?
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Am Chiropr: Sep-Oct 1997(19:5): 4 2058 Editor's memo: Time out! [editorial]
  • Jaskoviak PA
Am Chiropr: Sep-Oct 1997(19:5): 10+ 2063 Practice management: The 7 steps to stress-free chiropractic success: Part 2 of 3
  • Smith JD
Am Chiropr: Sep-Oct 1997(19:5): 16 2065 Financial: Where is the money?
  • Crawford JW
Am Chiropr: Sep-Oct 1997(19:5): 28-30 2069 Marketing: Your best advertising investment
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Am Chiropr: Sep-Oct 1997(19:5): 35-36 2071 Practice building: The three ways to use patient education literature
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Am Chiropr: Nov-Dec 1997(19:6): 29+ 1952 Stress-free chiropractic success part 3 of 3: The 7 steps to stress-free chiropractic success
  • Smith JD
Am Chiropr: Nov-Dec 1997(19:6): 40 1956 Homeopathy: Expanding your scope: Practice as a doctor of the whole nervous system
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Am Chiropr: May-Jun 1997(19:3): 24 2403 Stress-free chiropractic success part 1 of 3: The 3 things every chiropractor must know to prosper in 1997 and beyond
  • Smith JD
Am Chiropr: Mar-Apr 1997(19:2): 8 2526 Cooks and chiropractors
  • Smith JC
Am Chiropr: Mar-Apr 1997(19:2): 18 2531 Expansion strategies for 1997
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Am Chiropr: Jul-Aug 1997(19:4): 12-13 2222 Spinal flossing
  • Esteb WD
Am Chiropr: Jul-Aug 1997(19:4): 14-15 2224 Chiropractic offices: Are they business or practices?
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Am Chiropr: Jan-Feb 1997(19:1): 14-15+ 2678 Capturing the primary market: Part II - positioning
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Am Chiropr: Jan-Feb 1997(19:1): 33 2684 Outsourcing your billing: Why so many doctors are removing the billing process from their offices
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Adv Chiropr: 1997(4:): 417-450 2778 Coding reimbursement issues in chiropractic
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Todays Chiropr: Sep-Oct 1996(25:5): 14-15+ 3072 A changing practice environment [letter]
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Todays Chiropr: Sep-Oct 1996(25:5): 82-86+ 3087 How much money are you keeping?
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Todays Chiropr: Sep-Oct 1996(25:5): 90-93 3088 Sell the sizzle!
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Todays Chiropr: Sep-Oct 1996(25:5): 100-103 3090 Value-added financial option increases patient acceptance
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Todays Chiropr: Sep-Oct 1996(25:5): 104-106 3091 The magical secret to a large practice
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Todays Chiropr: Nov-Dec 1996(25:6): 48-51 2940 Getting new patients from the gym
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Todays Chiropr: Mar-Apr 1996(25:2): 104-106 3508 HOW TO OPEN A SUCCESSFUL PRACTICE.
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Todays Chiropr: Mar-Apr 1996(25:2): 112-114 3510 BUILDING PRACTICE IMAGE THROUGH AWARENESS COMMUNICATION.
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Todays Chiropr: Jan-Feb 1996(25:1): 58+ 3631 CHIROPRACTIC AND BUSINESS MATTERS ON THE INFORMATION SUPERHIGHWAY.
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Todays Chiropr: Jan-Feb 1996(25:1): 66-71 3634 IMPLEMENTING A MACINTOSH PRACTICE MANAGEMENT SYSTEM.
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Todays Chiropr: Jan-Feb 1996(25:1): 84-87 3637 RECALLING PATIENTS WITH COMPUTERIZED PHONE CALLS.
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J Manipulative Physiol Ther: Oct 1996(19:8): 552 2978 Adjusting to chiropractic computing: Tradition meets technology
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J Manipulative Physiol Ther: Feb 1996(19:2): 134-140 3548 Rehabilitation and chiropractic practice
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J Can Chiropr Assoc: Sep 1996(40:3): 182-185 3044 CCPA Update. “How to reduce your chances of being sued”
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J Am Chiropr Assoc: Sep 1996(33:9): 5-7 3016 Practical management of today's chiropractic office
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J Am Chiropr Assoc: Sep 1996(33:9): 17 3022 Full speed ahead: ACA assists members in creating the practice of the future
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J Am Chiropr Assoc: Sep 1996(33:9): 19-23 3023 Electronic dreams: Possibilities and realities of front office operations
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J Am Chiropr Assoc: Sep 1996(33:9): 29-30 3025 ACA plans to meet doctors in the office of the future
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J Am Chiropr Assoc: Sep 1996(33:9): 35-40 3028 Successful chiropractic managed care programs showcased at national conference
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J Am Chiropr Assoc: Mar 1996(33:3): 51-56 3454 Tapping the enormous potential for AHCPR: phase two, how to get the word out to benefit chiropractic and your practice
  • Gantner JH
J Am Chiropr Assoc: Jun 1996(33:6): 35-41 3242 Summary of the 1995 ACA Annual Statistical Survey on chiropractic practice
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J Am Chiropr Assoc: Aug 1996(33:8): 26-28 3124 When the associateship goes sour
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J Am Chiropr Assoc: Aug 1996(33:8): 33-40 3126 "Pathways to success" seminar offers new strategies for success in today's health-care environment
  • Miller JE
ICA Rev: Nov-Dec 1996(52:6): 60-63 2899 Proactive patient intake: Dealing with the risky patient
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ICA Rev: Jul-Aug 1996(52:4): 54-57, 59 3174 First impressions are everything: Proper office procedures and etiquette when dealing with new patients
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ICA Rev: Jul-Aug 1996(52:4): 64-70 3176 Part II: Insurance billing & practice management
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Chiropr Econ: Sep-Oct 1996(39:2): 12-18 2988 Employee or independent contractor? 20 ways to know the difference
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Chiropr Econ: Sep-Oct 1996(39:2): 24-30 2990 Find your dream location: Use demographics
  • Marty JO
Chiropr Econ: Sep-Oct 1996(39:2): 38-40 2992 Earn $100,000 through industry
  • Stokes DL
Chiropr Econ: Sep-Oct 1996(39:2): 56-57 2997 Referrals: Pathways to patients
  • Gay JW
Chiropr Econ: Sep-Oct 1996(39:2): 58 2998 The expectations gap
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Chiropr Econ: May-Jun 1996(38:6): 10-12 3321 Eight steps to predictably reactivate your patients
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Chiropr Econ: May-Jun 1996(38:6): 14-17 3322 Plan now for an IRS audit
  • Gifford B
Chiropr Econ: May-Jun 1996(38:6): 18-22 3323 Taj Mahal or hole in the wall
  • Gay JW
Chiropr Econ: May-Jun 1996(38:6): 24-29 3324 Cover features. Actual case study number one: A peek at a practice
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Chiropr Econ: May-Jun 1996(38:6): 32-36 3325 Cover feature. Actual case study number two: A peek at a practice
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Chiropr Econ: May-Jun 1996(38:6): 50-52 3327 Let's get paid for a change!
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Chiropr Econ: May-Jun 1996(38:6): 62-70 3329 Three professional strategies for success
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Chiropr Econ: May-Jun 1996(38:6): 77 3331 Tax: Q & A.
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Chiropr Econ: Mar-Apr 1996(38:5): 20-22 3425 An acute comparison of three practices
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Chiropr Econ: Jul-Aug 1996(39:1): 44-54 3164 Chiropractic Economics' first annual software review
Chiropr Econ: Jul-Aug 1996(39:1): 56 3165 Power tools: Breaking the bonds of isolationism
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Chiropr Econ: Jul-Aug 1996(39:1): 58-60 3166 Conscious marketing: Your partner to success
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Chiropr Econ: Jan-Feb 1996(38:4): 24-25 3574 WHAT IS YOUR PRACTICE WORTH ?
Chiropr Econ: Jan-Feb 1996(38:4): 43-47 3580 WHY CONSIDER RESIDENT-ASSOCIATE BUYOUT PROGRAM?
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Am Chiropr: Sep-Oct 1996(18:5): 20 2981 How to build a cash practice
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Am Chiropr: Sep-Oct 1996(18:5): 27+ 2983 Chiropractic & wellness: Capturing the primary market
  • Brockman KG
Am Chiropr: Nov-Dec 1996(SUPPL.:1): 16+ 2864 It always pays to listen to wise men
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Am Chiropr: Nov-Dec 1996(SUPPL.:1): 31 2870 Winning in practice
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Am Chiropr: May-Jun 1996(18:3): 36-37 3318 Avoiding "drop-outs": How not to insist on maintenance care and, therefore, make patients for life
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Am Chiropr: Jul-Aug 1996(18:4): 12 3146 How to win in the 90's
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Am Chiropr: Jul-Aug 1996(18:4): 14-15+ 3147 How much money are you keeping?
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Am Chiropr: Jul-Aug 1996(18:4): 39+ 3155 Computerization: The practice management solution
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Am Chiropr: Jan-Feb 1996(18:1): 16-17 3564 DRINKING FROM THE FIREHOSE
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J Chiropr Educ: Dec 1995(9:3): 95-102 3746 CHIROPRACTIC AND THE PRACTICE DEVELOPMENT CONSULTANT
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J Am Chiropr Assoc: Mar 1995(32:3): 17 4428 Building a better practice
J Am Chiropr Assoc: Mar 1995(32:3): 18-21 4429 Vicarious liability: when are you responsible?
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J Am Chiropr Assoc: Mar 1995(32:3): 23-27 4430 Get connected to the practice of the future
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J Am Chiropr Assoc: Mar 1995(32:3): 29-31 4431 A universal calling card with impact
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J Am Chiropr Assoc: Mar 1995(32:3): 32-34+ 4432 Defusing the discontented employee
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J Am Chiropr Assoc: Mar 1995(32:3): 35-37 4433 Chiropractic IPAS: a new method to manage care
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J Am Chiropr Assoc: Mar 1995(32:3): 38-39 4434 ACA product sales division: spells A-C-U-M-E-N for DCs
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J Am Chiropr Assoc: Mar 1995(32:3): 41-45 4435 Isolation or integration
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ICA Rev: Nov-Dec 1995(51:6): 36-39 3803 INSURANCE BILLING & PRACTICE MANAGEMENT
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ICA Rev: Mar-Apr 1995(51:2): 23-25 4423 HOLISTIC PRACTICE MARKETING
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ICA Rev: Mar-Apr 1995(51:2): 26-27 4424 A PRACTICE VALUATION: WHAT EVERY DC SHOULD KNOW
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ICA Rev: Mar-Apr 1995(51:2): 29-42 4425 GUIDELINES FOR THE NEW PRACTITIONER
ICA Rev: Mar-Apr 1995(51:2): 45-49 4426 THE "ELVIS SYNDROME": HOW TO AVOID THIS PHENOMENON
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ICA Rev: Mar-Apr 1995(51:2): 50-51 4427 A CASE FOR THE DEDICATED HEALTH CARE CARD
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Dig Chiropr Econ: Nov-Dec 1995(38:3): 40-49 3793 BUILDING A SUCCESSFUL PRACTICE
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Dig Chiropr Econ: Nov-Dec 1995(38:3): 50-52 3794 WHAT DOES IT REALLY COST TO CLOSE YOUR PRACTICE FOR A DAY?
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Dig Chiropr Econ: Mar-Apr 1995(37:5): 40-41 4420 SUCCESSFUL PRACTICE MANAGEMENT STRATEGIES: THE CASE FOR NEW PAYMENT OPTIONS
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Dig Chiropr Econ: Jul-Aug 1995(38:1): 46-49 4112 HOW WOMEN CAN BUILD THE CHIROPRACTIC PRACTICE THEY REALLY WANT
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Am Chiropr: Nov-Dec 1995(17:6): 10-16 3763 PRACTICE DEVELOPMENT FOCUS
Am Chiropr: Nov-Dec 1995(17:6): 36 3770 ADJUSTING THE WAY YOU COLLECT PAYMENTS: REHABILITATING OFFICE PROCEDURES USING THE VISA CARD IN THE CHIROPRACTIC OFFICE
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Am Chiropr: Mar-Apr 1995(17:2): 28-29 4397 ADDING NUTRITION TO YOUR PRACTICE
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Am Chiropr: Mar-Apr 1995(17:2): 40-41 4401 WHAT ABOUT NUTRITION IN CHIROPRACTIC PRACTICE?
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J Chiropr: Sep 1994(31:9): 45-46 4952 Does your practice have the right office manager?
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J Chiropr: Nov 1994(31:11): 30-38 4819 Reimbursement for chiropractic services: Recommendations for a standardizing approach
  • Hess JA
  • McMillin AD
  • Mootz RD
J Chiropr: Mar 1994(31:3): 22-26 5404 PRACTICE MANAGEMENT EXPERTS LOOK AT THE FUTURE OF CHIROPRACTIC: A PANEL DISCUSSION
  • Kozak WT
  • Vincent CM
  • Vincent RE
J Chiropr: Mar 1994(31:3): 27-28 5405 TWELVE STEPS FOR MANAGING CHANGING TIMES
  • Vincent RE
J Chiropr: Mar 1994(31:3): 29-30 5406 IS IT TIME TO REDUCE YOUR STAFF?
  • Vincent CM
J Chiropr: Mar 1994(31:3): 45-47 5412 PLAN FOR SUCCESS: PUT IT IN WRITING
  • Gallagher N
ICA Rev: May-Jun 1994(50:3): 30-34 5260 FITNESS, EXERCISE AND PUBLIC EDUCATION - SIX PRACTICAL IDEAS FOR CHIROPRACTIC OUTREACH
  • Van Egmond C
ICA Rev: Mar-Apr 1994(50:2): 27-28 5388 THE BEST PRACTICE MANAGEMENT ADVICE EVER!
  • Markson LT
ICA Rev: Mar-Apr 1994(50:2): 29-31 5389 MODERN TECHNOLOGY AND YOUR OFFICE
  • Wolf ME
ICA Rev: Mar-Apr 1994(50:2): 35-39 5390 THE USE OF MARKETING SURVEYS
  • Lazarnick PG
ICA Rev: Mar-Apr 1994(50:2): 45-47 5392 THE CHIROPRACTOR'S ROLE IN CHILDREN'S EDUCATION
  • Bagnell MK
ICA Rev: Jul-Aug 1994(50:4): 37-39 5089 MANNERS AND PUBLIC RELATIONS
  • Lazarnick PG
Dig Chiropr Econ: Sep-Oct 1994(37:2): 25+ 4910 What women should know about starting up and running a successful chiropractic practice
  • Koslow M
Dig Chiropr Econ: Sep-Oct 1994(37:2): 38 4914 The price of success
  • Djukich D
Dig Chiropr Econ: Nov-Dec 1994(37:3): 20 4797 Increase your practice by visualization
  • Schwartzbauer RJ
Dig Chiropr Econ: May-Jun 1994(36:6): 22-23 5247 20 ways to recession-proof your practice
  • Shuffler DJ
Dig Chiropr Econ: May-Jun 1994(36:6): 25+ 5248 DOES YOUR PRACTICE HAVE VALUE?
  • Silverman H
Dig Chiropr Econ: Mar-Apr 1994(36:5): 14-15 5372 FIND IT, FIX IT, AND LEAVE IT ALONE: TIME TO RE-EMBRACE AN OLD CHIROPRACTIC PRINCIPLE
  • Hart JF
Dig Chiropr Econ: Mar-Apr 1994(36:5): 22-23 5374 INCREASE PATIENT VISIT FOLLOW-THROUGH WITH THE EXTEN-TRAC
  • Anthony DL
Dig Chiropr Econ: Mar-Apr 1994(36:5): 26+ 5376 BUYING A CHIROPRACTIC PRACTICE: OPPORTUNITY FOR THE 90S
  • Kingsbury GM
Dig Chiropr Econ: Jul-Aug 1994(37:1): 28+ 5076 THE DISTINCTION BETWEEN KID'S GAMES AND POWER GAMES
  • Djukich D
Dig Chiropr Econ: Jul-Aug 1994(37:1): 30-31 5077 REWEAVING THE BASKET CASES: MANAGING CHALLENGES WITH HOMEOPATHY
  • King FJ
Dig Chiropr Econ: Jul-Aug 1994(37:1): 48-49 5082 WHEN IS A "BEAUTIFUL" OFFICE A "POWERFUL" OFFICE?
  • Pearson J
Dig Chiropr Econ: Jul-Aug 1994(37:1): 73-74 5083 HOW TO INCREASE YOUR PATIENT LOAD WITHOUT ADDITIONAL ASSOCIATES AND INCREASE YOUR NET INCOME WITH NEWLY DEVELOPED TECHNOLOGY
  • Wing TW
Dig Chiropr Econ: Jan-Feb 1994(36:4): 36-39 5521 THE SALE OF A PRACTICE: CREATING A "WIN-WIN"
  • Kingsbury GM
  • Redleaf A
  • Zola MJ
Dig Chiropr Econ: Jan-Feb 1994(36:4): 40-41 5522 FIND YOUR DREAM LOCATION: THE USE OF DEMOGRAPHICS TO LOCATE THE IDEAL PRACTICE SITE
  • Marty JO
Dig Chiropr Econ: Jan-Feb 1994(36:4): 42+ 5523 INCREASING YOUR SCOPE OF PRACTICE EASILY, EFFECTIVELY AND SAFELY WITH HOMEOPATHY
  • King FJ
Dig Chiropr Econ: Jan-Feb 1994(36:4): 48-49 5526 THE NEW DOCTOR'S PROFESSIONAL EMPLOYMENT AGREEMENT
  • Shuffler DJ
Chiropr Pediatr: Aug 1994(1:2): 24 5024 Pediatric chiropractic practice management by Jennifer Brandon Peet and Palmer Mark Peet
Am Chiropr: Nov-Dec 1994(16:6): 10-13 4764 Expect the best & get it! Practice management firms can lead the way
Am Chiropr: Nov-Dec 1994(16:6): 44-45 4775 The story of Dr. Jim and Dr. Pete: Could this be the story of your practice
  • Cooper RR
  • Hyldahl CA
Am Chiropr: Jan-Feb 1994(16:1): 54-55 5515 THE RIGHT ENTITY FOR YOUR PRACTICE
  • Franklin RL
Todays Chiropr: Sep-Oct 1993(22:5): 14-15 5887 THE SEVEN HABITS OF A SUCCESSFUL CHIROPRACTOR
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Todays Chiropr: Sep-Oct 1993(22:5): 16-18 5888 SURVIVING THE STORM OF HEALTH CARE REFORM
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Todays Chiropr: Sep-Oct 1993(22:5): 20-21 5889 VALIDATING THE PATIENT
  • Esteb WD
Todays Chiropr: Sep-Oct 1993(22:5): 28-29 5891 HOW COMPETENT A DOCTOR ARE YOU?
  • Jezequel JL
Todays Chiropr: Sep-Oct 1993(22:5): 38 5893 PROMOTING YOUR PRACTICE WITH NEWSLETTERS
  • Eason H
Todays Chiropr: Sep-Oct 1993(22:5): 42 5895 UTILIZING INFORMATION ADVERTISING IN YOUR PRACTICE
  • Hearon KG
Todays Chiropr: Sep-Oct 1993(22:5): 54-56 5899 PROJECTING YOUR PROFESSIONAL IMAGE
  • Purdum R
Todays Chiropr: Sep-Oct 1993(22:5): 80-83 5904 FUNCTION AND DESIGN: GUIDELINES FOR SETTING UP A CHIROPRACTIC OFFICE
  • Kurland SP
Todays Chiropr: Nov-Dec 1993(22:6): 34-40 5769 HIRING AND FIRING LIABILITY OF CHIROPRACTORS
  • Stanford ER
Todays Chiropr: Nov-Dec 1993(22:6): 42-43 5770 CHIROPRACTIC'S FUTURE IN MANAGED CARE
  • Seater SR
Todays Chiropr: Nov-Dec 1993(22:6): 44-45 5771 BACKING UP YOUR COMPUTER DATA
  • Steffey JW
Todays Chiropr: Nov-Dec 1993(22:6): 46-47 5772 VISA AND MASTERCARD MAY NOT BE ENOUGH
Todays Chiropr: May-Jun 1993(22:1): 88-89 6173 A PATIENT'S POINT OF VIEW
  • Esteb WD
Todays Chiropr: Mar-Apr 1993(22:2): 80-81 6305 MALPRACTICE INSURANCE HAS BECOME A NECESSITY
  • Rister LM
Todays Chiropr: Mar-Apr 1993(22:2): 82-83 6306 CHIROPRACTIC ASSISTANTS: REMOVING INTERFERENCE FROM YOUR PRACTICE
  • Goble ME
Todays Chiropr: Jul-Aug 1993(22:93): 78-79 6014 IMPLEMENTING AN "END-RESULTS" STRATEGY FOR IMPROVED PRACTICE PERFORMANCE
  • Porteous B
Todays Chiropr: Jan-Feb 1993(22:1): 56+ 6432 UNDERSTANDING CORPORATE LIABILITY
  • Chapin B
  • Heller A
  • Knauer E
Todays Chiropr: Jan-Feb 1993(22:1): 84-86 6438 A TOUCH-ACCESS OFFICE MANAGEMENT SYSTEM
  • Flenniken D
Todays Chiropr: Jan-Feb 1993(22:1): 88-89 6439 COMPUTERIZATION: THE STEP TO A SUCCESSFUL PRACTICE
  • Wolf KA
J Chiropr: Nov 1993(30:11): 27-8 5730 WORKER'S COMPENSATION - A MEANINGFUL NICHE
  • Vincent RE
J Chiropr: May 1993(30:5): 75-78 6137 SEEKING PROFESSIONALISM
  • Maurer EL
J Chiropr: Jun 1993(30:6á): 67-68 6064 HOW BUSINESS PRINCIPLES AND STRATEGIES APPLY TO CHIROPRACTIC
  • Vincent RE
J Chiropr: Jul 1993(29:7): 57-60 5978 HOW TO TURN A SUCCESSFUL ASSOCIATESHIP INTO A SUCCESSFUL PARTNERSHIP
  • Shuffler DJ
J Chiropr: Jan 1993(30:1): 71-73 6383 WHAT IS YOUR PRACTICE REALLY WORTH? HERE'S HOW TO USE THE PRACTICE RESOURCE GROUP VALUATION FORMULA AND DETERMINE HOW MUCH YOUR ...
  • Shuffler DJ
J Chiropr: Feb 1993(30:2): 21-22 6330 EFFECT OF MANAGEMENT SKILLS IN THE CHIROPRACTIC OFFICE
  • Vincent RE
J Chiropr: Feb 1993(30:2): 26-30 6331 PROTECTING THE PERSONAL ASSETS OF HEALTH-CARE PROVIDERS FROM MALPRACTICE CLAIMS AND DURING HARD TIMES
  • Dedon JP
J Chiropr: Dec 1993(30:12): 49-50 5681 STRATEGIC PLANNING FOR 1994
  • Kozak WT
J Chiropr: Aug 1993(30:8): 43-5 5932 MARKETING YOURSELF AND YOUR PRACTICE IN THE 90'S
  • Everatt BW
J Chiropr: Apr 1993(30:4): 23-25 6186 FINE TUNING THE CHIROPRACTIC PRACTICE THROUGH PROGRESSIVE DEVELOPMENT OF THE CA
  • Vincent C
J Chiropr: Apr 1993(30:4): 27-33 6187 STAFF MEETINGS AND DELEGATION OF RESPONSIBILITY: SOME "REQUIRED READING" FOR CAS AND DCS RESPECTIVELY
  • Sachs L
J Chiropr: Apr 1993(30:4): 35-40 6188 CA/DOCTOR RELATIONSHIP: THE IMPACT OF GENDER
  • Redleaf A
Dig Chiropr Econ: Sep-Oct 1993(36:2): 33-34 5827 TAKE THE QUANTUM LEAP TO GREATER SUCCESS
  • Redleaf A
Dig Chiropr Econ: Sep-Oct 1993(36:2): 48-49+ 5830 SO YOU WANT TO BUY OR SELL A CHIROPRACTIC PRACTICE?
  • Shuffler DJ
Dig Chiropr Econ: Nov-Dec 1993(36:3): 25 5712 MOTIVATION
  • Vogel FM
Dig Chiropr Econ: Nov-Dec 1993(36:3): 26-27 5713 HOW MUCH YOUR PRACTICE IS REALLY WORTH AND HOW TO BUY AND SELL ONE
  • Koslow BM
Dig Chiropr Econ: Nov-Dec 1993(36:3): 73 5719 DON'T NAME YOUR HOGS
  • Pierce RW
Dig Chiropr Econ: Mar-Apr 1993(35:5): 14-17 6216 RE-ENVISIONING THE CHIROPRACTIC PRACTICE
  • Redleaf A
Dig Chiropr Econ: Mar-Apr 1993(35:5): 88 6228 HOW TO STAY IN OFFICE
  • Djukich D
Am Chiropr: Mar-Apr 1993(15:2): 54-55 6207 VALUING THE CHIROPRACTIC PRACTICE: QUESTIONS AND ANSWERS
  • Kingsbury GM
Am Chiropr: Jul-Aug 1993(15:4): 28-29+ 5945 A BLUEPRINT FOR APPROACHING RADIO, TV, NEWSPAPERS & LEGISLATORS
  • Wilk CA
Todays Chiropr: Sep-Oct 1992(21:5): 15-17 6826 TEN TIPS ON MANAGING A MULTIPLE-DOCTOR PRACTICE
  • Petty E
Todays Chiropr: Sep-Oct 1992(21:5): 22-26 6828 HOW TO BECOME FINANCIALLY STRESS-FREE
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Todays Chiropr: Sep-Oct 1992(21:5): 28-29 6829 "Hey, Doc, do we really need to take x-rays?"
  • Shanks P
Todays Chiropr: Sep-Oct 1992(21:5): 30-39 6830 HOW TO HANDLE INFORMATION REQUESTS FROM INSURANCE CARRIERS
  • Quarles S
Todays Chiropr: Sep-Oct 1992(21:5): 40-41 6831 SEXUAL HARASSMENT FACT OR FICTION?
  • Segall SR
Todays Chiropr: Sep-Oct 1992(21:5): 42-43 6832 A PRACTICE INVESTMENT: INCOME VS. NON-INCOME PRODUCING
  • Thornberg AF
Todays Chiropr: Sep-Oct 1992(21:5): 71-74 6840 BUDGETING FOR MARKETING COMMUNICATIONS
  • Rogers SC
  • Thompson RM
Todays Chiropr: Sep-Oct 1992(21:5): 76-77 6841 HOW TO SELECT THE RIGHT AD AGENCY
  • Gillette PE
Todays Chiropr: Nov-Dec 1992(21:6): 32-36 6663 BREAKTHROUGH TO EXCELLENCE-MAKE LIFE EXTRAORDINARY
  • Riekeman GF
Todays Chiropr: Jan-Feb 1992(21:1): 28-30 7475 OFFICE MANAGEMENT SYSTEMS: A STRATEGY FOR SUCCESS
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Todays Chiropr: Jan-Feb 1992(21:1): 32-34 7476 NARRATIVES: COMPUTERIZED REPORTING
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J Chiropr: May 1992(29:5): 38-41 7130 "Manage for success" seminars complete tour with rave reviews
J Chiropr: Mar 1992(29:3): 61-62 7282 TRANSITION TO LEADERSHIP
  • Vincent RE
J Chiropr: Jun 1992(29:6): 67-69 7071 HOW TO CREATE A SUCCESSFUL ASSOCIATESHIP
  • Shuffler DJ
J Chiropr: Jul 1992(29:7): 57-60 6956 HOW TO TURN A SUCCESSFUL ASSOCIATESHIP INTO A SUCCESSFUL PARTNERSHIP
  • Shuffler DJ
J Chiropr: Jan 1992(29:1): 60-61 7436 WHY SOUND BUSINESS MANAGEMENT IS ESSENTIAL TO QUALITY CHIROPRACTIC
  • Vincent RE
J Chiropr: Feb 1992(29:2): 43-44 7367 HOW TO WRITE A CHIROPRACTIC BUSINESS PLAN: HERE'S HOW TO CHART A COURSE FOR SUCCESS AND MANAGE YOUR PRACTICE TO WIN IN THE 1990S
  • Shuffler DJ
J Chiropr: Dec 1992(29:12): 63-64 6533 BREAK-EVEN POINT ANALYSIS
  • Shuffler DJ
J Chiropr: Apr 1992(29:4): 43-44 7216 HOW TO CONTROL YOUR PRACTICE OVERHEAD EXPENSE
  • Shuffler DJ
ICA Rev: Nov 1992(48:6): 19-21 6583 MASTERY OF A HIGH VOLUME CASH PRACTICE
  • Nikitow DP
ICA Rev: Nov 1992(48:6): 23-25 6584 HIGHER ACHIEVEMENT: THE 5 KEYS THAT HAVE HELPED ME AND THOUSANDS OF MY MMS FRIENDS DO IT
  • Markson LT
ICA Rev: Nov 1992(48:6): 26-28 6585 ORGANIZING FOR ABUNDANT NEW PATIENTS
  • Lazarnick PG
ICA Rev: Nov 1992(48:6): 48-49 6589 OFFICE MANAGEMENT
  • Georgiades GB
ICA Rev: Jul 1992(48:3-4): 43-44 6939 MANAGEMENT BY REWARDS & PENALTIES
  • Lazarnick PG
Dig Chiropr Econ: Sep-Oct 1992(35:2): 12 6742 FINANCIAL INDEPENDENCE IN LESS THAN 10 YEARS
  • Johnson DE
Dig Chiropr Econ: Sep-Oct 1992(35:2): 38 6750 UNEARTHING YOUR DREAMS
  • Djukich D
Dig Chiropr Econ: May-Jun 1992(34:6): 12+ 7110 SECRETS OF A PRACTICE APPRAISER, PART II. WHAT MAKES A PRACTICE VALUABLE
  • Kingsbury GM
Dig Chiropr Econ: May-Jun 1992(34:6): 22+ 7113 ADMINISTRATIVE EXCELLENCE: A KEY TO QUALITY SERVICE DELIVERY
  • Saunders D
Dig Chiropr Econ: May-Jun 1992(34:6): 32+ 7117 PLANNING
  • Djukich D
Dig Chiropr Econ: Mar-Apr 1992(34:5): 90-93 7251 WHY ARE SOME DOCTORS SUCCESSFUL WHILE OTHERS ARE NOT?
  • Humble DD
Dig Chiropr Econ: Jul-Aug 1992(35:1): 34 6924 PRACTICE BUILDING FOCUS: UNIQUENESS
  • Porteous BJ
Dig Chiropr Econ: Jan-Feb 1992(34:4): 42 7414 THE BASIC INGREDIENT FOR SUCCESS
  • Schwartzbauer RJ
Am Chiropr: Mar 1992(14:3): 25-30 7221 FOCUS
  • Harrison E
Am Chiropr: Mar 1992(14:3): 22-24 7226 IS YOUR CLINIC ORIENTED FOR YOU OR THE PATIENT?
  • Ashby RC
Am Chiropr: Mar 1992(14:3): 32-33 7228 HEALTH CARE MARKETING: GAINING THE COMPETITIVE EDGE
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Am Chiropr: Jun 1992(14:6): 33-37 7034 CPT CODE WORD CHANGES
  • Pierce P
Am Chiropr: Jun 1992(14:6): 37-38 7035 THE REFERRAL BASED PRACTICE - 10 KEY INGREDIENTS!
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Am Chiropr: Jan 1992(14:1): 12-16 7398 AN OFFICE IMAGE FOR 1992
  • Harrison E
Am Chiropr: Feb 1992(14:2): 39-42 7355 OUR FINANCIAL AND CLINICAL FUTURES: THE PROBLEMS AND SOLUTIONS OR IS THE LIFE AFTER PRACTICE?...(AS WE KNOW IT TODAY)
  • Smith J
Am Chiropr: Apr 1992(14:4): 6-10 7190 REIMBURSEMENT AND CODING ANALYSIS
  • Gurda J
Am Chiropr: Apr 1992(14:4): 10-14 7191 HANDLING A CASH PAYMENT
  • Singer D
Am Chiropr: Apr 1992(14:4): 24-25 7194 A SUCCESSFUL PRACTICE: PART TWO
  • Ashby RC
Todays Chiropr: Sep-Oct 1991(20:5): 17 7835 PROTECTION STRATEGIES IN THE SPORTS PRACTICE
  • Campbell LK
  • Ladenheim CJ
  • Sherman RP
Todays Chiropr: Sep-Oct 1991(20:5): 20 7836 THE TECHNOLOGY OF COLLECTING YOUR FEES
  • Markson LT
Todays Chiropr: Sep-Oct 1991(20:5): 28 7837 KEEP YOUR OVERHEAD DOWN
  • Hubley N
Todays Chiropr: Sep-Oct 1991(20:5): 36 7839 COMPARATIVE ANALYSIS OF FACILITY-SHARING CONCEPTS
  • Thornberg A
Todays Chiropr: Sep-Oct 1991(20:5): 40 7840 CREDIT CARDS: PUTTING PAYMENT BACK ON TRACK
  • Pear MJ
Todays Chiropr: Sep-Oct 1991(20:5): 50 7842 THE CHAPMAN CHIROPRACTIC CENTER
  • Chapman J
Todays Chiropr: Sep-Oct 1991(20:5): 78 7845 STANDARDS OF CARE: A LEGAL ISSUE OR JUST GOOD BUSINESS?
  • Davis K
Todays Chiropr: Sep-Oct 1991(20:5): 80 7846 REHABILITATION: HOW IT CAN WORK FINANCIALLY FOR THE CHIROPRACTOR
  • Kimmel CK
Todays Chiropr: Mar-Apr 1991(20:1): 95 8294 "If you ask me..." - Doctors report from the field
  • Fields M
Todays Chiropr: Jan-Feb 1991(20:1): 26 8421 IS THERE ANY REASON NOT TO COMPUTERIZE?
  • Zaner C
Todays Chiropr: Jan-Feb 1991(20:1): 28 8422 EXAMINING PATIENT ACCOUNTING SYSTEMS
  • Albaugh DW
J Chiropr: Nov 1991(28:11): 5+ 7644 THE PERSONAL TOUCH
  • Hug PR
J Chiropr: Nov 1991(28:11): 34-35 7648 WHAT CONTRIBUTES MORE TO YOUR PRACTICE: A NEW CAR OR AN UP-TO-DATE CLINIC
  • Sportelli L
J Chiropr: Dec 1991(28:12): 62-65 7585 AN INTERVIEW WITH FEATURED LECTURERS FROM THE UPCOMING "MANAGE FOR SUCCESS" SEMINAR
J Can Chiropr Assoc: Dec 1991(35:4): 203-205 7567 Commentary. Towards the development of guidelines on chiropractic care and practice: An opportunity to enhance professional credibility
  • Henderson DJ
ICA Rev: Nov-Dec 1991(47:6): 27-31 7630 TRACK AND FIELD INJURIES
  • Perle SM
ICA Rev: May-Jun 1991(47:4): 25-31 8100 WHY YOU SHOULD KEEP GOOD CASE HISTORIES AND RECORDS
  • Harrison JD
ICA Rev: May-Jun 1991(47:4): 33-35 8101 REASSESS YOUR OFFICE PROCEDURES: ARE THEY RISKY?
  • Harrison JD
ICA Rev: May-Jun 1991(47:4): 37-40 8102 HOW TO SUCCESSFULLY MANAGE YOUR FINANCES
ICA Rev: Mar-Apr 1991(47:3): 43-47 8238 THINGS YOU SHOULD KNOW BEFORE YOU BUY OR SELL A PRACTICE
ICA Rev: Mar-Apr 1991(47:3): 71-73 8242 CHIROPRACTIC PRACTICE LIABILITY: A PRACTICAL GUIDE TO SUCCESSFUL RISK MANAGEMENT BY JAMES D. HARRISON
  • Vos JF
ICA Rev: Jan-Feb 1991(47:1): 19-21 8384 BUYING VS. LEASING
Dig Chiropr Econ: Nov-Dec 1991(34:3): 92-93 7624 MULTIPLE CLINIC ORGANIZATIONS
  • Humble DD
Dig Chiropr Econ: May-Jun 1991(33:6): 22-23 8083 SCHEDULING BY THE NUMBERS
  • Hoehne DL
Dig Chiropr Econ: Mar-Apr 1991(33:5): 24-28 8219 THE VALUATION OF CHIROPRACTIC AND SIMILAR PROFESSIONAL PRACTICES, PART 2
  • Reilly RF
Dig Chiropr Econ: Mar-Apr 1991(33:5): 72-79 8227 HOW TO IMPROVE YOUR PRACTICE DURING COOL ECONOMIC TIMES
  • Wing TW
Dig Chiropr Econ: Mar-Apr 1991(33:5): 100-101 8228 WHAT DOES IT TAKE TO BE A SUCCESSFUL CHIROPRACTOR: A LITERATURE REVIEW.
  • Davis KJ
  • Schroeder JK
Dig Chiropr Econ: Mar-Apr 1991(33:5): 102-104 8229 PUBLIC RELATIONS = PRACTICE BUILDING
  • Porteous B
Dig Chiropr Econ: Mar-Apr 1991(33:5): 108-110 8233 COMPUTERS AND CHIROPRACTIC
  • Greene MS
Dig Chiropr Econ: Jul-Aug 1991(34:3): 22-25 7931 SECRETS OF A PRACTICE APPRAISER
  • Kingsbury GM
Dig Chiropr Econ: Jul-Aug 1991(34:3): 54 7940 REFERRING OTHERS: A PATIENT PRIMER, "HOW DID YOU FIND OUT ABOUT CHIROPRACTIC?"
  • Koren T
Dig Chiropr Econ: Jul-Aug 1991(34:3): 60-61 7942 A SUCCESSFUL DOCTOR
  • Hahne AK
Dig Chiropr Econ: Jan-Feb 1991(33:1): 56+ 8376 THE PHYSIOLOGICAL BASIS FOR SUCCESS: OVERCOMING NEGATIVITY, THE BIGGEST OBSTACLE IN YOUR PRACTICE
  • Kaufman SJ
Am Chiropr: Nov 1991(13:): 25-28 7600 HOMEOPATHY, FOR THE HIGH VOLUME PRACTICE
  • King FJ Jr
Am Chiropr: Jun 1991(13:): 40 7995 PRISM PRACTICE MANAGEMENT SYSTEM
Am Chiropr: Jul 1991(13:): 14-16 7913 BEYOND THE WEEKEND PRACTICE SEMINAR: THE CHIROPRACTOR AND MANAGEMENT TECHNOLOGY
Am Chiropr: Jul 1991(13:): 42 7921 MARKETING YOUR PRACTICE: WHAT ARE YOU REALLY UP AGAINST?
  • Horrocks W
Am Chiropr: Jan 1991(13:): 9-10 8352 A CHIROPRACTIC MARKETING AND PUBLIC RELATIONS PLAN FOR 1991 THAT AIMS HIGH
  • London J
Am Chiropr: Feb 1991(13:): 43 8303 A CHIROPRACTIC PARADIGM: A MODEL OF A CHIROPRACTIC PRACTICE BY J.C. SMITH
Am Chiropr: Aug 1991(13:): 37-38 7857 24-hour chiropractic security and convenience for your patients
  • Beecher SM
Todays Chiropr: Sep-Oct 1990(19:5): 17-21 8793 ADVERTISING CONSIDERATIONS
  • Rogers SC
  • Thompson RH
Todays Chiropr: Sep-Oct 1990(19:5): 22-25 8794 MOTIVATING PROSPECTIVE PATIENTS
  • Rogers SC
  • Thompson RH
Todays Chiropr: Sep-Oct 1990(19:5): 26-30 8795 SELECTING A NAME FOR YOUR PRACTICE
  • Rogers SC
  • Thompson RH
Todays Chiropr: Sep-Oct 1990(19:5): 32-35+ 8796 PERSON TO PERSON: THE WAY TO NEW PATIENTS
  • Rogers SC
  • Thompson RH
Todays Chiropr: Sep-Oct 1990(19:5): 36-38+ 8797 HOW TO GET PUBLICITY
  • Rogers SC
  • Thompson RH
Todays Chiropr: Sep-Oct 1990(19:5): 42-45 8798 HOW TO KEEP GOOD PEOPLE
  • Herman RE
Todays Chiropr: Sep-Oct 1990(19:5): 46-49 8799 HOW TO GIVE YOUR SUPPORT STAFF ON-THE-JOB-TRAINING
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Todays Chiropr: Sep-Oct 1990(19:5): 50-52 8800 WHEN GOALS BECOME RESPONSIBILITIES
  • Thornberg AF
Todays Chiropr: Sep-Oct 1990(19:5): 54-56+ 8801 HOW MUCH IS YOUR PRACTICE WORTH?
  • Silverman H
Todays Chiropr: Sep-Oct 1990(19:5): 68-71 8804 DIAGNOSING YOUR FINANCIAL FUTURE
  • Schneider FM
Todays Chiropr: Mar-Apr 1990(19:2): 80-81+ 9302 SIMPLE, INEXPENSIVE DEVICES THAT CAN HELP YOU AVOID PROBATE COURT
  • Ballett G
Todays Chiropr: Mar-Apr 1990(19:2): 82-83+ 9303 PRACTICE MERGER: SHOULD YOU BUY IN OR EARN IN?
  • Thornberg AF
Todays Chiropr: Mar-Apr 1990(19:2): 84-86 9304 SEVEN STEPS TO HIGHER COMPLIANCE
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Todays Chiropr: Mar-Apr 1990(19:2): 88-89 9305 AN ELECTRONIC SYSTEM FOR RECORDING NOTES AND REPORTS
  • Perman HS
Todays Chiropr: Jul-Aug 1990(19:4): 90-91 8966 REAPING THE BENEFITS OF TAX-FREE INVESTING
  • Bell JJ
Todays Chiropr: Jul-Aug 1990(19:4): 98-99+ 8968 RISKING IT ALL: ASSOCIATES WITHOUT CONTRACTS
  • Thornberg AF
Todays Chiropr: Jan-Feb 1990(19:1): 55-58 9456 CHARTING COMPUTER HORIZONS FOR DOCTORS
  • Bengal MF
Todays Chiropr: Jan-Feb 1990(19:1): 78-81 9460 MANAGING DOCTOR-PATIENT RECORDS
  • Flenniken D
Todays Chiropr: Jan-Feb 1990(19:1): 82-84 9461 IS REAL-TIME OFFICE AUTOMATION FOR YOU?
  • Tarantolo D
J Chiropr Educ: Jun 1990(4:1): 17 9048 OPENING YOUR CHIROPRACTIC OFFICE COMPILED BY KEVIN PILLARS AND SCOTT JORGENSON [BOOK REVIEW]
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J Chiropr: Oct 1990(27:10): 20-21 8678 THE IMPACT OF THE LEGAL SYSTEM ON CHIROPRACTIC: GAINING A SENSE OF REALITY WHEN PRESENTING CREDENTIALS
  • McAndrews GP
J Chiropr: Nov 1990(27:11): 41-44 8595 WHY YOU NEED A MARKETING PLAN FOR YOUR CHIROPRACTIC PRACTICE
  • Rogers SC
  • Thompson RH
J Chiropr: Jan 1990(27:1): 49-50 9425 ACA COUNCIL RESPONDS TO ARTICLE
  • McAndrews GP
J Chiropr: Dec 1990(27:12): 65 8514 ACA RESOLUTION CAUTIONS MEMBERS AGAINST FICTITIOUS "RESEARCH"
J Chiropr: Aug 1990(27:8): 30-32 8863 ACA SPONSORS PRACTICE MANAGEMENT SEMINARS
J Chiropr: Apr 1990(27:4): 37-42 9170 DO SOME PRACTICE-BUILDERS TEACH METHODS THAT ARE LESS THAN ETHICAL?
J Chiropr: Apr 1990(27:4): 43-46 9171 CHIROPRACTIC PRACTICE BUILDERS: CAN WE AFFORD THEM?
  • Richards TJ
J Can Chiropr Assoc: Sep 1990(34:3): 161 8763 Health Law in Chiropractic. You and your practice partner: Get it down on paper
  • Carnerie F
ICA Rev: Nov-Dec 1990(46:6): 36-37 8585 WHAT YOU SHOULD KNOW BEFORE YOU ADVERTISE
  • Johnson LM
ICA Rev: Jan-Feb 1990(46:1): 15-16 9409 GUIDELINES FOR THE NEW D.C.: TYPES OF PRACTICES
ICA Rev: Jan-Feb 1990(46:1): 17-19 9410 GUIDELINES FOR THE NEW D.C.: FINANCING
ICA Rev: Jan-Feb 1990(46:1): 21-23 9411 GUIDELINES FOR THE NEW D.C.: CHOOSING THE LOCATION
ICA Rev: Jan-Feb 1990(46:1): 25-27 9412 GUIDELINES FOR THE NEW D.C.: GETTING READY
ICA Rev: Jan-Feb 1990(46:1): 29-31 9413 GUIDELINES FOR THE NEW D.C.: MARKETING
Dig Chiropr Econ: Sep-Oct 1990(33:2): 14-15 8715 IT'S NOT YOUR IQ...IT'S YOUR FQ
  • Couture G
Dig Chiropr Econ: Sep-Oct 1990(33:2): 43 8722 TEN TIPS ON BECOMING A SUCCESSFUL ASSOCIATE
  • Petty E
Dig Chiropr Econ: Nov-Dec 1990(33:2): 24-25 8556 THE PURCHASE OF A "GOING CONCERN" PRACTICE MAY BE THE SMARTEST MOVE YOU'LL EVER MAKE
  • Silverman H
Dig Chiropr Econ: Nov-Dec 1990(33:2): 54-56 8567 WHAT IS A PRACTICE WORTH?
  • Kingsbury GM
Dig Chiropr Econ: Nov-Dec 1990(33:2): 59 8568 WHY CHANGING REQUIREMENTS MANDATE MORE VERSATILE PRACTICE MANAGEMENT SYSTEMS
  • Wilson D
Dig Chiropr Econ: Nov-Dec 1990(33:2): 72-73 8574 ERISA: THE MALPRACTICE ARENA OF THE `90'S
  • Kilar TW
Dig Chiropr Econ: Nov-Dec 1990(33:2): 73 8575 PRACTICE MANAGEMENT REPORT LEADS TO INCREASED PROFITS
  • Field GL
Dig Chiropr Econ: Nov-Dec 1990(33:2): 106+ 8576 THE EYE OF THE TIGER, PART VI: RECORD KEEPING, BOOBY TRAPS AND THE DBASE
  • Arbiloff B
Dig Chiropr Econ: Nov-Dec 1990(33:2): 122-123 8579 BUSINESS ORGANIZATION: THE KEY TO LIMITING YOUR LIABILITY?
  • Smith M
Dig Chiropr Econ: May-Jun 1990(32:6): 64-69 9095 HOW TO AWAKEN YOUR PRACTICE, EXPAND YOUR KNOWLEDGE AND SKILLS, AND INCREASE YOUR INCOME
  • Ward LE
Dig Chiropr Econ: Mar-Apr 1990(32:5): 12-13 9204 YOUR PRACTICE IS PROBABLY THE MOST VALUABLE SINGLE ASSET YOU OWN
  • Silverman H
Dig Chiropr Econ: Mar-Apr 1990(32:5): 44-46 9212 A REVOLUTIONARY NEW APPROACH TO BUILDING YOUR PRACTICE
  • Kaufman SJ
Dig Chiropr Econ: Mar-Apr 1990(32:5): 48-50 9214 WHEN YOU NEED AN ASSOCIATE
  • Fernandez PG
Dig Chiropr Econ: Jul-Aug 1990(33:1): 36 8893 BUILD UP YOUR PRACTICE WITH RICOCHET ADVERTISING
  • Caselli L
Dig Chiropr Econ: Jul-Aug 1990(33:1): 46+ 8897 WHY PRACTICE MANAGEMENT PROGRAMS FAIL: A RADICAL NEW APPROACH TO BUILDING YOUR PRACTICE
  • Kaufman SJ
Dig Chiropr Econ: Jan-Feb 1990(32:4): 32-33 9394 SELLING THE CHIROPRACTIC PRACTICE: WHY A QUALIFIED BROKER MAY BE YOUR BEST BET
  • Kingsbury GM
Dig Chiropr Econ: Jan-Feb 1990(32:4): 44-45 9396 WILL THE EMPOWERED YOU PLEASE STAND UP? PT.1
  • Gross D
Dig Chiropr Econ: Jan-Feb 1990(32:4): 50 9399 MOTIVATING YOUR STAFF
  • Koslow BM
Dig Chiropr Econ: Jan-Feb 1990(32:4): 59 9402 THE ADVANTAGES OF PROFESSIONAL PORTFOLIO MANAGEMENT
  • Doherty JF
Dig Chiropr Econ: Jan-Feb 1990(32:4): 112-15 9408 FINANCIAL PLANNING. DIAMONDS: THE LUSTER IS BACK (ALONG WITH INCREDIBLE VALUES!)
  • Smith M
Am Chiropr: Sep 1990(12:9): 14-26 8702 CLINICAL NUTRITION AND THE CHIROPRACTIC PRACTICE: IMBALANCE IN THE ENVIRONMENT AND THEIR RELATIONSHIP TO NERVE IRRITATION AND ...
  • Loomis H
Am Chiropr: Sep 1990(12:9): 26-33 8703 EVOLUTION TO REVOLUTION: THE INTRODUCTION OF TRUE, 100 KHZ HIGH FREQUENCY X-RAY AND ADVANCED ANATOMICAL PROGRAMMABILITY
  • Yochum TR
Am Chiropr: Sep 1990(12:9): 36-42 8705 ELECTROMYOGRAPHY (EMG): ITS USE IN CHIROPRACTIC PRACTICE
  • Brumlik J
Am Chiropr: Sep 1990(12:9): 45-46 8707 THE SURE-FIRE WAY TO FAIL IN MARKETING
  • Bernstein AL
Am Chiropr: Oct 1990(12:10): 6+ 8647 FAST AND LOOSE
  • Howard B
Am Chiropr: Oct 1990(12:10): 24-25 8651 FOR DOCTORS THAT WANT A BETTER WAY
  • Showers K
Am Chiropr: Nov 1990(12:11): 24 8531 CHIROPRACTIC MRI CENTER GREATLY ENHANCES PROFESSION - PATIENT ULTIMATE WINNER
Am Chiropr: May 1990(12:5): 36-38 9068 REMOVING THE REVOLVING DOOR
  • Plummer RE
  • Stevens J
Am Chiropr: Mar 1990(12:3): 5-6 9179 UP FRONT WITH DR. TOM PARIS
Am Chiropr: Mar 1990(12:3): 30 9186 WHY WORRY ABOUT PRACTICE MANAGEMENT?
  • Fernandez PG
Am Chiropr: Mar 1990(12:3): 32 9187 ECONOMICS OF SURVIVAL, THE LOW OVERHEAD PRACTICE
  • Gross D
Am Chiropr: Mar 1990(12:3): 34-41 9188 MARKETING STRATEGIES FOR THE 90'S
  • Smith SJ
Am Chiropr: Jan 1990(12:1): 29 9378 SELLING THE CHIROPRACTIC PRACTICE - WHAT PRICE GOOD WILL?
  • Kingsbury GM
Am Chiropr: Jan 1990(12:1): 38-39 9381 HEALTHFORMATION "INSTANT HEALTHSCREEN" CENTER. PATIENT TESTING AND QUICK SOFTWARE ANALYSIS EXCLUSIVE PRACTICE BUILDING SYSTEM
Am Chiropr: Jan 1990(12:1): 47-48 9384 AN ASSOCIATE WITH NO CONTRACT - A LESSON IN LIFE
  • Thornberg AF
Am Chiropr: Feb 1990(12:2): 29-34 9313 A REVOLUTIONARY NEW CHIROPRACTIC DEVELOPMENT IN STRESS MANAGEMENT TECHNOLOGY
  • Ward LE
Am Chiropr: Aug 1990(12:8): 4+ 8809 WHY ARE SOME DOCTORS SUCCESSFUL...WHILE OTHERS ARE NOT?
  • Humble DD
Am Chiropr: Aug 1990(12:8): 19-20 8812 HOW TO SELECT EFFECTIVE ADVERTISING
  • Fernandez PG
Am Chiropr: Aug 1990(12:8): 21-25 8813 CABLE T.V. - THE COST EFFECTIVE WAY TO ADVERTISE ON T.V.
  • Criswell W
Am Chiropr: Apr 1990(12:4): 43-44 9142 TIME MANAGEMENT - THE KEY TO SUCCESS
  • Fernandez PG
Am Chiropr: Apr 1990(12:4): 44-45 9143 APPRAISING YOUR PRACTICE
  • Thornberg A
Am Chiropr: Apr 1990(12:4): 45-46 9144 PROCON - PROFESSIONAL CONSULTANTS FOR PROFESSIONAL PEOPLE
Todays Chiropr: Sep-Oct 1989(18:4): 53 9883 HOW TO GENERATE MORE NEW PATIENTS: A COMPREHENSIVE MARKETING HANDBOOK FOR CHIROPRACTORS BY JOHN BACKUS
Todays Chiropr: Sep-Oct 1989(18:4): 20-21 9887 MULTIPLE CLINIC ORGANIZATIONS
  • Humble DD
Todays Chiropr: Sep-Oct 1989(18:4): 26-27 9889 CLEARING THE HURDLES IN YOUR PRACTICE
  • Fernandez PG
Todays Chiropr: Sep-Oct 1989(18:4): 50-51 9894 YOUR NEW PRACTICE - HOW THEY'RE DOING
  • Collins D
Todays Chiropr: Sep-Oct 1989(18:4): 67-68 9896 CINEMA BILLBOARDS REACH YOUR PROSPECTS
  • Gunn D
Todays Chiropr: Sep-Oct 1989(18:4): 70-72+ 9897 PROGRAM FOR NEW PATIENT ACQUISITION
  • Graves RD
  • Mathis PR
Todays Chiropr: Sep-Oct 1989(18:4): 74-75+ 9898 THE NEWSLETTER - A TOOL FOR DEVELOPING LOYAL PATIENTS
  • Lumsden J
Todays Chiropr: Sep-Oct 1989(18:4): 76-77+ 9899 VERY SPECIAL EVENTS: BENEFITING THE PROFESSION, YOUR PRACTICE AND THE NEEDY
  • Jacobs S
  • Manassero B
Todays Chiropr: Sep-Oct 1989(18:4): 80-82+ 9900 COMMUNITY RELATIONS: THE KEY TO PROFESSIONAL STRENGTH
  • Poehlmann T
Todays Chiropr: Sep-Oct 1989(18:4): 84-85 9901 PROMOTING YOUR PRACTICE THROUGHOUT THE YEAR
  • Hoffman SA
Todays Chiropr: Sep-Oct 1989(18:4): 90-92 9902 HOW TO SELECT THE RIGHT AD AGENCY
  • Gillette PE
Todays Chiropr: Sep-Oct 1989(18:4): 94-95 9903 MARKETING CHIROPRACTIC TO INDUSTRIAL CLIENTS
  • Snodgrass T
Todays Chiropr: Nov-Dec 1989(18:6): 74-75 9687 EDUCATING THE INSURANCE COMPANIES
  • Pettibon B
Todays Chiropr: Nov-Dec 1989(18:6): 80-81 9689 WHY AREN'T THE BANK INTERESTED?
  • Khalsa SS
  • Thornberg AF
Todays Chiropr: Nov-Dec 1989(18:6): 82-85 9690 HOW TO IMPROVE YOUR PRACTICE IMAGE
  • Bian-Epitropoulos T
Todays Chiropr: Jan-Feb 1989(18:1): 69-71 10718 WHAT CAN COMPUTERS REALLY DO FOR YOUR PRACTICE?
  • Mathe NA
Todays Chiropr: Jan-Feb 1989(18:1): 45-46 10726 HOW TO SPOT A MALPRACTICE-PRONE PATIENT
  • Fernandez PG
Okla Chiropr J: Winter 1989(1:2): 6 10694 TWELVE WAYS TO WELCOME THE NEW PATIENT
Okla Chiropr J: Winter 1989(1:2): 8 10697 INSURANCE: THE PRE-EXISTING CONDITION
  • Ross HJ
J Chiropr: Sep 1989(26:9): 22 9862 THE PROS AND CONS OF LIMITING YOUR PRACTICE
  • Weiner H
J Chiropr: Sep 1989(26:9): 25-27 9863 DIAGNOSTIC PRACTICE CAN BE CHALLENGING, REWARDING
  • Cessna RM
J Chiropr: Dec 1989(26:12): 59-60 9565 REMEMBER YOUR PATIENTS' NAMES!
  • Burg B
J Chiropr: Apr 1989(26:4): 25-26 10357 HOW TO RETIRE PROFESSIONALLY
  • Singer RC
Dig Chiropr Econ: Sep-Oct 1989(32:2): 20-21 9777 LOW OVERHEAD MANAGEMENT
  • Gross D
Dig Chiropr Econ: Sep-Oct 1989(32:2): 40-43 9782 ZIP! A GREAT WAY TO START A CHIROPRACTIC CAREER
  • Selden D
Dig Chiropr Econ: Sep-Oct 1989(32:2): 67 9790 STRATEGY FOR SUCCESS
  • Vincent RE
Dig Chiropr Econ: Sep-Oct 1989(32:2): 20-21 9803 LOW OVERHEAD MANAGEMENT.
  • Gross D
Dig Chiropr Econ: Sep-Oct 1989(32:2): 27+ 9806 THE EYE OF THE TIGER: THE DOCTOR, PATIENT, LAW AND RISK MANAGEMENT.
  • Arbiloff B
Dig Chiropr Econ: Sep-Oct 1989(32:2): 47 9810 401(k): A pension plan for employees and employers
  • Doherty JF
Dig Chiropr Econ: Sep-Oct 1989(32:2): 58,62+ 9814 RISK MANAGEMENT, PART 3: TO COUNTERSUE.
  • Sullivan EC
Dig Chiropr Econ: Sep-Oct 1989(32:2): 67 9815 STRATEGY FOR SUCCESS.
  • Vincent RE
Dig Chiropr Econ: Sep-Oct 1989(32:2): 74,76-78 9818 PLANNING YOUR X-RAY SUITE.
  • Hunt D
Dig Chiropr Econ: Nov-Dec 1989(32:3): 14-18 9619 TRIPLE YOUR GROSS WITH DIRECT MAIL
  • Miller RA
Dig Chiropr Econ: Nov-Dec 1989(32:3): 26-29 9621 MANY THINGS AFFECT YOUR ATTRACTION VALUE
  • Lalla J
Dig Chiropr Econ: Nov-Dec 1989(32:3): 14-15,17+ 9632 TRIPLE YOUR GROSS WITH DIRECT MAIL.
  • Miller RA
Dig Chiropr Econ: Nov-Dec 1989(32:3): 64+ 9640 THE EYE OF THE TIGER: THE DOCTOR, PATIENT, LAW AND RISK MANAGEMENT.
  • Arbiloff B
Dig Chiropr Econ: May-Jun 1989(31:6): 25-28+ 10249 RISK MANAGEMENT, PART 1: NEGLIGENCE
  • Sullivan EC
Dig Chiropr Econ: May-Jun 1989(31:6): 50-51 10253 RE-EXAMINING THE DECISION TO INCORPORATE: PART II, S CORPORATION MAY BE THE ANSWER TO THE FORM-OF-BUSINESS DILEMMA
  • Crosser RL
  • Laufer DM
Dig Chiropr Econ: May-Jun 1989(31:6): 76-77 10260 STARTING THE DC PRACTICE: THE FUNDAMENTALS, PART 4. OPENING YOUR OFFICE
  • Long PH
Dig Chiropr Econ: Mar-Apr 1989(31:5): 12 10426 CREDIT CARDS CAN IMPROVE COLLECTIONS
  • Zuelke PD
Dig Chiropr Econ: Mar-Apr 1989(31:5): 36,38 10432 RE-EXAMINING THE DECISION TO INCORPORATE: PART I, SOLE PROPRIETORSHIPS VS. PERSONAL SERVICE CORPORATIONS
  • Crosser RL
  • Laufer DM
Dig Chiropr Econ: Mar-Apr 1989(31:5): 40-41 10433 STARTING THE DC PRACTICE: THE FUNDAMENTALS - PART 3, FINANCES.
  • Long PH
Dig Chiropr Econ: Jul-Aug 1989(32:1): 44-45 10015 DON'T LOSE AN HMO/PPO PATIENT
  • Anthony DL
Dig Chiropr Econ: Jul-Aug 1989(32:1): 33 10038 TARGETING SENIOR CITIZENS TO BUILD YOUR PRACTICE.
  • Caselli L
Dig Chiropr Econ: Jul-Aug 1989(32:1): 36+ 10040 RISK MANAGEMENT, PART 2: THE DOCTOR-PATIENT RELATIONSHIP.
  • Sullivan EC
Dig Chiropr Econ: Jul-Aug 1989(32:1): 44-45 10041 DON'T LOSE AN HMO/PPO PATIENT.
  • Anthony DL
Dig Chiropr Econ: Jul-Aug 1989(32:1): 50 10043 THE CONCEPT OF PERPETUAL SUCCESSION.
  • Thornberg AF
Dig Chiropr Econ: Jul-Aug 1989(32:1): 60 10046 WHY A COMPUTER?
  • Greene MS
Dig Chiropr Econ: Jan-Feb 1989(31:4): 25-26 10644 STARTING THE DC PRACTICE: THE FUNDAMENTALS, PART 2, OFFICE TYPES AVAILABLE
  • Long PH
Dig Chiropr Econ: Jan-Feb 1989(31:4): 78 10655 PLACING A VALUE ON YOUR CHIROPRACTIC PRACTICE
  • Vincent RE
Dig Chiropr Econ: Jan-Feb 1989(31:4): 80-81 10656 WHEN GOALS BECOME RESPONSIBILITIES
  • Thornberg AF
Chiropr Sports Med: Nov 1989(3:4): 133 9610 ADVANCES IN PERSONAL INJURY PRACTICE, BY STEPHEN M. FOREMAN, ARTHUR C. CROFT.
  • Freuden DE
Am Chiropr: Oct 1989(:): 36-39 9699 THE DOCTOR AND COURTROOM PROCEDURE
  • Fernandez PG
Am Chiropr: Oct 1989(:): 71 9707 FINANCE WITH PHYSICIANS FINANCING
  • Saunders LM
Am Chiropr: Nov 1989(:): 11-15 9589 FIRST AND GOAL: CHIROPRACTIC CARE FOR THE PROFESSIONAL ATHLETE: AN INTERVIEW WITH NICK ATHENS, D.C.
Am Chiropr: Nov 1989(:): 31-33 9592 REFERRAL SOURCES SEEKING OBJECTIVE EVALUATION
  • Deshaw SA
Am Chiropr: Nov 1989(:): 34+ 9593 OFFER IN-OFFICE REHABILITATION AND PROFIT IN THE 90S
Am Chiropr: Nov 1989(:): 38+ 9594 QUALITY CHIROPRACTIC REHABILITATION SERVICES
  • Christensen KD
Am Chiropr: Nov 1989(:): 60-61 9600 AS/PC SIMPLIFIES YOUR PRACTICE MANAGEMENT AND ACCOUNTING PROBLEMS
Am Chiropr: May 1989(:): 14-17 10208 THE ADVISORY CUSTOMIZED PRACTICE EXPANSION
  • Penner R
Am Chiropr: May 1989(:): 18-19 10209 A.M.S. NO-NONSENSE APPROACH TO PRACTICE CONTROL AND STAFF DEVELOPMENT
  • Anderson M
Am Chiropr: May 1989(:): 20 10210 THE NEW DR. DAVID SINGER PROGRAM
  • Singer D
Am Chiropr: May 1989(:): 22 10211 PHYSICIAN'S ACADEMY: ADVANCED DIAGNOSIS AND CLINICAL PROCEDURES FOR THE PERSONAL INJURY PATIENT
  • Brown SJ
Am Chiropr: May 1989(:): 23 10212 THE ART OF POSITIVE NEGOTIATION
  • Porteous BR
Am Chiropr: May 1989(:): 24-26 10213 PRACTICE CONSULTANTS: AN INNOVATIVE PROCEDURE IN PRACTICE MANAGEMENT
  • Harris WM
Am Chiropr: May 1989(:): 27-28 10214 PMA: WHAT TO CONSIDER IN CHOOSING YOUR CONSULTING FIRM
  • Fernandez PG
Am Chiropr: May 1989(:): 30-32 10215 THE CHALLENGE OF BEING AN ENTREPRENEUR
  • Campbell JD
Am Chiropr: May 1989(:): 34-35 10216 GETTING RICH: CREATING A NEW PARADIGM
  • Riekeman GF
Am Chiropr: May 1989(:): 36-37 10217 HEALTH CARE PRACTICE MANAGEMENT: MARKET LEADER'S SURVEY SHEDS LIGHT ON DEMAND AND POSSIBILITIES
  • Mogensen P
Am Chiropr: May 1989(:): 80 10232 NEW AGE OF CHIROPRACTIC ACCEPTANCE IS FOCUS OF DR. LARRY MARKSON'S NEW AUDIO CASSETTE ALBUM
Am Chiropr: Mar 1989(:): 88 10412 HEALTHCARE CONSULTANTS ASSOCIATION ESTABLISHED
Am Chiropr: Jul 1989(:): 40-44 9990 HIRING STAFF FOR THE TRANSFORMED OFFICE
  • Gross D
Am Chiropr: Jul 1989(:): 78-79 10000 HOW MUSCLE TESTING HELPS YOU BUILD YOUR PERSONAL INJURY PRACTICE
Am Chiropr: Jan 1989(:): 52 10618 MAINTAINING A SUCCESSFUL PRACTICE
  • Kimmel E
Am Chiropr: Jan 1989(:): 70-71 10625 PMA'S PRACTICE STARTER PROGRAM
  • Fernandez P
Am Chiropr: Feb 1989(:): 59 10528 FORMULA FOR SUCCESS - A SELF-EVALUATION
  • Kimmel EH
Am Chiropr: Dec 1989(:): 14+ 9479 THE TIME IS NOW!
  • Ratner MJ
Am Chiropr: Dec 1989(:): 69+ 9483 CHIROPRACTIC FIRST
  • Harrison E
Am Chiropr: Aug 1989(:): 14-16 9911 BUILDING THE FAMILY PRACTICE
  • Fernandez PG
Am Chiropr: Aug 1989(:): 26-27 9914 CHIROPRACTIC IS KIDS' STUFF
  • Plummer RE
Am Chiropr: Aug 1989(:): 56+ 9920 TAKE FROM YOUR FAMILY OR TAKE FROM YOUR PATIENTS
  • Whitton ME
Am Chiropr: Apr 1989(:): 44-45 10325 BACK ROOM CHIROPRACTIC
  • Jaskoviak PA
Todays Chiropr: Sep-Oct 1988(17:4): 11-12 11144 CARTOONS FOR THE CHIROPRACTOR
  • Erskine J
Todays Chiropr: Sep-Oct 1988(17:4): 21-25+ 11147 COORDINATING A YEARLONG ADVERTISING PROGRAM
  • Hoffman SA
Todays Chiropr: Sep-Oct 1988(17:4): 27-31 11148 IMPLEMENTING A TELEMARKETING PROGRAM
  • Rondberg TA
Todays Chiropr: Sep-Oct 1988(17:4): 33-35+ 11149 CO-OP ADVERTISING: POOLING YOUR RESOURCES
  • Amin M
Todays Chiropr: Sep-Oct 1988(17:4): 37-39 11150 PLANNING AHEAD FOR A CRISIS
  • Tortotella AJ
Todays Chiropr: Sep-Oct 1988(17:4): 41-42W 11151 MARKET SEGMENTATION: THE KEY TO RESULTS-ORIENTED ADVERTISING
  • Solem B
Todays Chiropr: Sep-Oct 1988(17:4): 45-48 11152 THE THREE AREAS OF RISK MANAGEMENT
  • Barkaloff A
Todays Chiropr: Sep-Oct 1988(17:4): 55-56 11155 HOW TO ESTABLISH MULTIPLE CLINICS
  • Gavin EM
Todays Chiropr: Nov-Dec 1988(17:6): 15-17 10935 INSURANCE BILLING: PUTTING IT IN PERSPECTIVE
  • Guillett C
Todays Chiropr: Nov-Dec 1988(17:6): 19-23 10936 CONDUCTING A WELLNESS AND PREVENTIVE PRACTICE
  • Marcoux HL
Todays Chiropr: Nov-Dec 1988(17:6): 25-28 10937 OBTAINING FINANCING FOR YOUR PRACTICE
  • Pratt RM
Todays Chiropr: Nov-Dec 1988(17:6): 55-56 10946 CASTLES, TRAINS, SPACESHIPS - THE ANSWER TO WAITING CHILDREN
  • Ladwig J
Todays Chiropr: May-Jun 1988(17:3): 95-97 11505 ARE YOU IN A PRACTICE RUT?
  • Fernandez PG
Todays Chiropr: May-Jun 1988(17:3): 99--100 11506 HOW TO DEVELOP A CASH PRACTICE
  • Singer DS
Todays Chiropr: Jan-Feb 1988(17:1): 12-15+ 11830 KEEPING COMPETITIVE WITH A COMPUTER SYSTEM
  • Herfert RC
Todays Chiropr: Jan-Feb 1988(17:1): 41--43 11837 PRACTICE MANAGEMENT SOFTWARE WITH DATABASE FLEXIBILITY
  • Correa B
Todays Chiropr: Jan-Feb 1988(17:1): 45-47+ 11838 COMPUTER SYSTEMS AND TIME MANAGEMENT
  • Powell B
Todays Chiropr: Jan-Feb 1988(17:1): 71-72+ 11844 CREATING THE OPTIMAL CHILDREN'S ENVIRONMENT
  • Anrig C
J Manipulative Physiol Ther: Dec 1988(11:6): 511-513 10854 Preventing legal suicide with medical records
  • Reinke TS
  • Jahn WT
J Chiropr: May 1988(25:5): 19-20 11476 MAKING TIME: HOW TO CONTROL OUR ONE TRULY IRREPLACEABLE RESOURCE
  • White SH
J Chiropr: May 1988(25:5): 21 11477 GETTING YOURSELF UP
  • White SH
J Chiropr: May 1988(25:5): 23-24 11478 THE PARTNERSHIP TIE THAT BINDS
  • Cohen R
J Chiropr: May 1988(25:5): 25-26 11479 THE SUCCESSFUL CHIROPRACTOR
  • Kats DJ
J Chiropr: Mar 1988(25:3): 45-46 11649 CRISIS PLANNING AND MANAGEMENT
  • Stephenson WD
J Chiropr: Mar 1988(25:3): 73-74 11660 STATISTICS ON CHIROPRACTIC OFFICES AND EQUIPMENT. PART TWO OF A THREE-PART SERIES
  • Brennan MJ
J Chiropr: Jul 1988(25:7): 5+ 11285 AFTER GRADUATION ... WHAT?
  • Savage LJ
J Chiropr: Jul 1988(25:7): 25 11286 THE PROFESSION'S CHALLENGE: TO ENLARGE ITS PATIENT BASE
  • Lee E
J Chiropr: Jul 1988(25:7): 43-47 11292 RECORD EVALUATION OF PERSONAL INJURY CASES
  • Glassman D
J Chiropr: Apr 1988(25:4): 29-31 11535 ENTREPRENEURIAL HEALTH CARE: THE PEOPLE WILL DECIDE
ICA Rev: May-Jun 1988(44:3): 56-61 11470 CHIROPRACTIC CLINICAL MANAGEMENT AND RECORD-KEEPING
  • Mootz RD
ICA Rev: Jul-Aug 1988(44:4): 31-32 11280 PRACTICE HAPPY
  • Harrison JD
Dig Chiropr Econ: Sep-Oct 1988(31:2): 137-38 11086 FEMALE DCS: DOING IT BETTER THE HARD WAY, PART 2
  • Fernandez PG
Dig Chiropr Econ: Nov-Dec 1988(31:3): 12+ 10885 STARTING THE DC PRACTICE: THE FUNDAMENTALS, PART 1, THE SCHOOL YEARS
  • Long PH
Dig Chiropr Econ: Nov-Dec 1988(31:3): 20 10888 MORE NEW PATIENTS! EVALUATING YOUR COMPETITIVE STRATEGY
  • Porteous B
Dig Chiropr Econ: Nov-Dec 1988(31:3): 124-26+ 10903 CASH OR CREDIT?
  • Zuelke PD
Dig Chiropr Econ: Jul-Aug 1988(31:1): 28-29 11261 CREATIVE WAYS TO FINANCE THE PURCHASE OF AN EXISTING CHIROPRACTIC PRACTICE
  • Patrick RK
Am Chiropr: Sep 1988(:) 11027 GRAPHIC PATIENT ASSESSMENT
  • Oxford GL
Am Chiropr: Sep 1988(:): 54-62+ 11038 WHEN SHOULD I USE THE HOSPITAL - PART I: THE OUT-PATIENT SERVICES
  • Eubank BC
Am Chiropr: Sep 1988(:): 86-87 11045 NO PATIENCE NEEDED: ALTERNATIVE FINANCING GIVES DOCTORS PURCHASING POWER
Am Chiropr: Oct 1988(25:10): 62-63 10974 INCREASE COLLECTIONS WITH AN UPDATED DIAGNOSIS
  • Whitton M
Am Chiropr: Nov 1988(:): 44-46+ 10873 THE ORIGINATIVE FACTOR
  • Harrison E
Am Chiropr: Nov 1988(:): 56 10877 UNDERSTANDING THE "CASH PRACTICE"
  • Chatrousse JJ
Am Chiropr: Nov 1988(:): 62-63 10879 SUBLUXATED OFFICE
  • Kimble J
Am Chiropr: May 1988(:): 18-20 11422 DR. TED COFFMAN
Am Chiropr: May 1988(:): 28-36 11424 THE NEXT STEP IN CHIROPRACTIC: REHABILITATION CLINICS
  • Hanvik B
Am Chiropr: May 1988(:): 66-68 11430 ARE YOU DRIVING YOUR PATIENTS AWAY
  • Fernandez P
Am Chiropr: Mar 1988(:): 8-10 11562 DAVID SINGER, D.C.
Am Chiropr: Mar 1988(:): 26-33 11566 PROGRESS NOTES: KEEPING TRACK OF PATIENTS
  • Oxford G
Am Chiropr: Mar 1988(:): 46-54 11570 RICHARD OLSON, D.C.
Am Chiropr: Mar 1988(:): 70-72 11572 DO YOU HAVE CLASS?
  • Fernandez PG
Am Chiropr: Mar 1988(:): 78 11574 C.A. PHILOSOPHY 101-E
  • Harrison E
Am Chiropr: Jul 1988(:): 67-68 11237 LOOKING SUCCESSFUL CAN HELP YOUR PRACTICE
  • Fernandez P
Am Chiropr: Jan 1988(:): 34+ 11768 CHIROPRACTORS KICKBACKS AND MAXIMUM ALLOWEABLE ACTUAL CHARGE ("MAAC") UNDER MEDICARE
  • Schuman JD
Am Chiropr: Jan 1988(:): 38-48 11769 THE IMPORTANCE OF THE CASE SUMMARY IN THE CLINICAL MANAGEMENT OF THE CHIROPRACTIC CASE
  • Oxford GL
Am Chiropr: Jan 1988(:): 68 11772 THE BODY/MIND CONNECTION: AN OFFICE IMAGE
  • Harrison E
Am Chiropr: Jan 1988(:): 70 11774 GETTING NEW CLIENTS BY RICHARD A. CONNOR AND JEFFREY P. DAVIDSON
Am Chiropr: Jan 1988(:): S60-S61 11778 DRESSING FOR CHIROPRACTIC SUCCESS
  • Fernandez PG
Am Chiropr: Feb 1988(:): 80-83 11714 THE PERSONAL INJURY/WORKMEN'S COMPENSATION PRACTICE
  • Fernandez PG
Am Chiropr: Dec 1988(:): 41-42 10764 PRACTICE BUILDING BY COMMON SENSE: WHAT THEY DON'T TEACH YOU... EVER!
  • Flaherty RA
Am Chiropr: Aug 1988(:): 12-14 11169 THOMAS A. FISHER FIRST CHIROPRACTIC
Am Chiropr: Aug 1988(:): 16-27+ 11170 SERVICES RENDERED: ARE THEY NECESSARY AND REASONABLE?
  • Schuman J
Am Chiropr: Aug 1988(:): 32-33 11172 PRACTICE CONSULTANTS: WHAT'S IN IT FOR ME?
  • Taucci CJ
Am Chiropr: Aug 1988(:): 34-35 11173 BUILDING YOUR DREAM PRACTICE: STRATEGIC PLANNING IS THE KEY
  • Porteus B
Am Chiropr: Aug 1988(:): 36-38 11174 VISION IS THE COMMODITY OF LEADERS; POWER IS THEIR CURRENCY
  • Riekeman G
Am Chiropr: Aug 1988(:): 39-40 11175 PUBLIC RELATIONS AND MARKETING STRATEGIES FOR CHIROPRACTIC DOCTORS
  • Shields R
Am Chiropr: Aug 1988(:): 42-46 11176 MANAGEMENT TRAINING: THE SOLUTION TO TODAY'S PROBLEMS IN PRACTICE MANAGEMENT
  • Mogensen P
Am Chiropr: Aug 1988(:): 68-70 11183 TILLMAN'S INSURANCE AND OFFICE PROCEDURE MANUAL BY DR. HARRY A. TILLMAN
Am Chiropr: Apr 1988(:): 24-31 11510 IF WILK OPENED THE HOSPITAL'S DOOR... WHY CAN'T I GET IN?
  • Eubank B
Am Chiropr: Apr 1988(:): 79-80 11522 GUIDELINES FOR ESTABLISHING A NEW CHIROPRACTCI PRACTICE
  • Willits JP
Todays Chiropr: Sep-Oct 1987(16:4): 11-13+ 12207 MAKING THE RIGHT DECISIONS
  • Anderson M
Todays Chiropr: Sep-Oct 1987(16:4): 57-59+ 12216 PRODUCING TELEVISION COMMERCIALS
  • Ziegler J
Todays Chiropr: Sep-Oct 1987(16:4): 69-70+ 12219 HOW TO CONDUCT A SUCCESSFUL NEWSPAPER ADVERTISING PROGRAM
  • Hoffman SA
Todays Chiropr: Sep-Oct 1987(16:4): 85-88 12224 AVOIDING THE ADJUSTING-BY-NUMBERS TRAP
  • Flesia JM
Todays Chiropr: Nov-Dec 1987(16:5): 37-38 12048 CREATING A CARING PRACTICE ENVIRONMENT
  • Obenchain A
Todays Chiropr: May-Jun 1987(16:2): 11-12 12518 MARKETING CHIROPRACTIC TO BUSINESS AND INDUSTRY
  • Stokes DL
Todays Chiropr: May-Jun 1987(16:2): 13-14 12519 HOW CAN CHIROPRACTIC GAIN ACCEPTANCE ON WORKMEN'S COMPENSATION CASES?
  • Fischel RF
Todays Chiropr: May-Jun 1987(16:2): 41 12529 HUMANIZING YOUR PRACTICE FOR SUCCESS
  • Ward CE
Todays Chiropr: May-Jun 1987(16:2): 45-46+ 12530 MASTERING THE FOUR STEPS TO PRACTICE GROWTH
  • Singer D
Todays Chiropr: May-Jun 1987(16:2): 47-50 12531 STARTING THE SUCCESSFUL PRACTICE
  • Fernandez PG
Todays Chiropr: May-Jun 1987(16:2): 79 12538 COMPUTERIZED NARRATION: TELLING IT THE WAY IT IS
  • Charles I
Todays Chiropr: Mar-Apr 1987(16:1): 51+ 12703 HOW NUTRITION FITS INTO THE CHIROPRACTIC PRACTICE
  • Lord RS
Todays Chiropr: Mar-Apr 1987(16:1): 67-68 12709 PLANNING A CLINIC REHABILITATION CENTER
  • Gargley G
  • Rossrucker K
  • Sirota M
Todays Chiropr: Mar-Apr 1987(16:1): 87-89+ 12715 IN FOCUS: YOUNG CHIROPRACTORS
  • Ratliff R
Todays Chiropr: Dec-Jan 1987(15:6): 55-57 11946 WHAT IS OFFICE ORGANIZATION?
  • Vandenburgh R
Todays Chiropr: Dec-Jan 1987(15:6): 83+ 11953 EXPANDING YOUR PEDIATRIC PRACTICE: WAYS TO SECURE NEW PATIENTS
  • Peet J
J Chiropr: May 1987(24:5): 35-37 12508 SAVE MONEY BY AVOIDING CHIROPRACTIC WIZARDRY
  • Richards TJ
J Chiropr: Mar 1987(24:3): 44+ 12685 IN DEFENSE OF CHIROPRACTIC MANAGEMENT-CONSULTING
  • Markson LT
J Chiropr: Mar 1987(24:3): 45+ 12686 PRACTICE MANAGEMENT SEMINARS: A QUESTION OF BALANCE
  • Dallas WH
J Chiropr: Jul 1987(24:7): 36+ 12337 THE EFFECT OF MANAGEMENT SKILLS IN THE CHIROPRACTIC OFFICE
  • Vincent RE
ICA Rev: Jan-Feb 1987(43:1): 9-13 12800 DEVELOPING A STRATEGIC MARKETING PLAN - PART 1
  • Manassero WJ
ICA Rev: Jan-Feb 1987(43:1): 51-53 12806 HOW TO WIN PATIENTS AND KEEP THEM
  • Singer D
Dig Chiropr Econ: Sep-Oct 1987(30:2): 134-36 12151 BUYING OR STARTING A PRACTICE: CONSIDER YOUR OPTIONS
  • Bodker B
  • Levinson D
Dig Chiropr Econ: Nov-Dec 1987(30:3): 10-12 11982 QUALITIES THE PUBLIC EXPECTS FROM A DOCTOR - PART 4: EXCERPTS FROM "SECRETS OF A PRACTICE CONSULTANT" - VOL. III
  • Fernandez PG
Dig Chiropr Econ: Nov-Dec 1987(30:3): 60+ 11994 AN INSIDE LOOK AT THE ASSOCIATE PRACTICE
  • Humble DD
Dig Chiropr Econ: May-Jun 1987(29:6): 136+ 12493 QUALITIES THE PUBLIC EXPECTS FROM A DOCTOR - PART III: EXCERPT FROM "SECRETS OF A PRACTICE CONSULTANT" - VOL. III
  • Fernandez PG
Dig Chiropr Econ: Mar-Apr 1987(29:5): 34 12608 HOW TO PUBLICIZE YOUR PRACTICE
  • Weidler WC
Dig Chiropr Econ: Mar-Apr 1987(29:5): 132-33 12629 CHIROPRACTOR CONSUMERS BE AWARE OR HOW I LOST $100,000 IN FIVE YEAR OF PRACTICE
  • Shields KE
Dig Chiropr Econ: Jul-Aug 1987(30:1): 70-73 12317 THE DIFFERENCE IN BUILDING A MORE SUCCESSFUL PRACTICE
  • Feise RJ
Dig Chiropr Econ: Jan-Feb 1987(29:4): 60-61 12786 Noncompetition agreements: Protect your chiropractic practice's value
  • Josselson BH
Chiropr Aust: Mar 1987(7:1): 9-11 12601 Making the right decisions
  • Anderson M
Am Chiropr: Nov 1987(:): 60 11973 DOWN RIGHT! UP RIGHT! (CHIROPRACTIC INSIDE-OUT) BY WILLIAM E. TICKEL
Am Chiropr: Nov 1987(:): S64-67 11975 THE RETIRING DOCTOR
  • Singer R
Am Chiropr: Nov 1987(:): 70 11977 ARE YOU THE DOCTOR, DOCTOR?
  • Barge FH
Am Chiropr: Nov 1987(:): 76 11979 THE BODY/MIND CONNECTION: THE POWER OF PERSONAL MAGNETISM
  • Harrison E
Am Chiropr: Nov 1987(:): 85-87 11981 THE MONSTER SYNDROME: THE SUCCESSFUL DC'S TRAP
  • Fernandez PG
Am Chiropr: May 1987(:): S52-55 12457 HOW TO SUCCESSFULLY CUT OVERHEAD WITHOUT HURTING YOUR PRACTICE
  • Guthrie WC
Am Chiropr: May 1987(:): S58-59 12459 THE FAMILY
  • Maren A
Am Chiropr: May 1987(:): S60 12460 THE GREAT PRACTICE BROCHURE
Am Chiropr: May 1987(:): 62-65 12462 THE ASSOCIATE PRACTICE: WORKING TOGETHER EFFICIENTLY
  • Barge FH
Am Chiropr: May 1987(:): 66 67 12463 HOW TO `DIVORCE' AN ASSOCIATE
  • Arkin J
Am Chiropr: Mar 1987(:): 63+ 12590 Associates: Can they make a difference?
  • Leone J
Am Chiropr: Mar 1987(:): 88 12597 THE PERSONAL INJURY/WORKMEN'S COMPENSATION PRACTICE
  • Fernandez PG
Am Chiropr: Jun 1987(:): 63-64 12383 THE PERSONAL INJURY/WORKMEN'S COMPENSATION PRACTICE
  • Fernandez PG
Am Chiropr: Jul 1987(:): 23-26 12272 RICK KUYKENDALL, D.C.: THE UNION OF CHIROPRACTIC AND ORTHOPEDIC PRACTICES
Am Chiropr: Jul 1987(:): 38-43 12274 HOW TO GET TOP VALUE FOR YOUR PRACTICE
  • Hollis DW
Am Chiropr: Jul 1987(:): S49-50 12276 ACCEPTANCE OR TOLERATION?
Am Chiropr: Jan 1987(:): 78 12758 COMPUTERS: THE HUMAN FACTOR
  • Norworth M
Am Chiropr: Jan 1987(:): 80 12759 THE PERSONAL INJURY/WORKMEN'S COMPENSATION PRACTICE
  • Fernandez PG
Am Chiropr: Dec 1987(:): 22-24 11862 MALPRACTICE! THE LAWYERS ARE COMING, THE LAWYERS ARE COMING!
  • Murkowski KSJ
Am Chiropr: Dec 1987(:): 35-41 11865 THE MEDICAL SHUFFLE - HOSPITAL STYLE
  • Eubank B
Am Chiropr: Aug 1987(:): 50-52 12237 ARE YOU THE DOCTOR, DOCTOR?
  • Barge FH
Am Chiropr: Apr 1987(:): 14+ 12544 SHARING PROFITS IN A JOINT PRACTICE
  • Arkin J
Am Chiropr: Apr 1987(:): 34+ 12547 WILLIAM HARRIS, D.C. AND THE FOUNDATION FOR THE ADVANCEMENT OF CHIROPRACTIC EDUCATION
Am Chiropr: Apr 1987(:): 40-42+ 12548 DOCTOR'S LIEN: IMPROVING YOUR COLLECTIONS
  • Hangehold MT
Am Chiropr: Apr 1987(:): 44-48 12549 COURT RULES IN FAVOR OF VALIDITY OF DOCTOR'S LIEN
  • Wiseman JE
Todays Chiropr: Sep-Oct 1986(15:5): 23+ 13083 FINANCING A START-UP PRACTICE
  • Pratt RM
Todays Chiropr: Sep-Oct 1986(15:5): 25-26 13084 FRANCHISING OF CHIROPRACTIC
  • Bratton S
Todays Chiropr: Sep-Oct 1986(15:5): 27-28 13085 A QUICK ALTERNATIVE: MODULAR CONSTRUCTION
  • Limbo KL
Todays Chiropr: Sep-Oct 1986(15:5): 29-30 13086 A COMPREHENSIVE APPROACH TO CLINIC CONSTRUCTION
  • Pawlitz MC
Todays Chiropr: Sep-Oct 1986(15:5): 37-38+ 13090 GET THE MOST FROM THE SALE OF YOUR PRACTICE
  • Bodker B
  • Levinson D
Todays Chiropr: Sep-Oct 1986(15:5) 13091 PRACTICAL GUIDE TO CLINIC INTERIORS
  • Levino-Jones A
Todays Chiropr: Sep-Oct 1986(15:5): 47-50 13092 CONSTRUCTION: A STEP-BY-STEP PROCESS
  • Weiner T
Todays Chiropr: Sep-Oct 1986(15:5): 53-55 13094 A TIME TO UPGRADE: GREGG CHIROPRACTIC CENTER
Todays Chiropr: Sep-Oct 1986(15:5): 57-58+ 13095 THE CORPORATE LIFE: AN OFFICE COMPLEX CLINIC
Todays Chiropr: Sep-Oct 1986(15:5): 59 13096 Slowing down the pace: A mobile home clinic
  • Gay B
Todays Chiropr: Sep-Oct 1986(15:5): 65+ 13098 A SUBURBAN CLINIC: MESA CHIROPRACTIC CENTRE
  • Pool EJ
  • Pool TP
Todays Chiropr: Sep-Oct 1986(15:5): 67+ 13099 AN URBAN RENEWAL: SPARLIN CHIROPRACTIC CLINIC
  • Panter J
Todays Chiropr: Sep-Oct 1986(15:5): 105 13106 Overcoming compulsive spending
  • Stanley G
Todays Chiropr: Mar-Apr 1986(15:3): 41-42 13513 BUILDING A CLIENTELE THROUGH EFFICIENT OFFICE PROCEDURES
  • Laubach JH
Todays Chiropr: Mar-Apr 1986(15:3): 43-44 13514 CONFRONTING THE OBSTACLES IN YOUR ESTABLISHED PRACTICE
  • Singer D
Todays Chiropr: Mar-Apr 1986(15:3): 45+ 13515 BACK TO SCHOOL: EDUCATING THE DOCTOR ABOUT BUSINESS
  • Latch LE
Todays Chiropr: Mar-Apr 1986(15:3): 47-49 13516 ANALYZING YOUR PRACTICE FROM THE PATIENT'S PERSPECTIVE
  • Anderson FM
Todays Chiropr: Mar-Apr 1986(15:3): 51+ 13517 ADVICE ON PLANNING AND SETTING UP YOUR FIRST PRACTICE
  • Fernandez PG
Todays Chiropr: Jul-Aug 1986(15:4): 23-25 13200 ARE YOUR PATIENTS WALKING OUT AND NEVER RETURNING?
  • Bishop K
  • Doyle K
Todays Chiropr: Jul-Aug 1986(15:4): 29-30 13202 FIRST IMPRESSIONS: CREATING A PROFESSIONAL STYLE
  • Ladenheim CJ
J Chiropr: Jun 1986(23:6): 43-44 13271 A NEW DIMENSION IN HEALTH CARE
  • White S
J Chiropr: Jun 1986(23:6): 46-48 13272 EIGHTY-SIX TIPS OF SUCCESS
  • Sportelli L
  • White S
J Chiropr: Jul 1986(23:7): 5+ 13186 One last word on marketing
  • Luedtke KL
J Chiropr: Jul 1986(23:7): 22 13187 Changing times: Office design, good example and good advice
J Chiropr: Jul 1986(23:7): 23-26 13188 Designing the chiropractic office
  • Martin JT
J Chiropr: Jul 1986(23:7): 28-32 13189 Computerizing your chiropractic office
  • Smith CL
J Chiropr: Jul 1986(23:7): 34-35 13190 The automated office: Questions you should ask
  • Howard JM
J Chiropr: Aug 1986(23:8): 47-49 13130 THE CHIROPRACTIC CONSULTANT
  • Vlasuk SL
ICA Rev: Nov-Dec 1986(42:6): 40-42 12931 WHAT CAN I EXPECT FROM A COMPUTER?
  • Adler BL
ICA Rev: May-Jun 1986(42:3): 33-34 13329 HMOS AND PPOS DEVELOPING A STRATEGY FOR PARTICIPATION
  • Deshong DF
ICA Rev: May-Jun 1986(42:3): 38-39 13331 PROTECT YOUR INCOME AND YOUR BUSINESS
  • Quill D
Dig Chiropr Econ: Sep-Oct 1986(29:2): 48-50 12997 FINDING YOUR HIDDEN OBSTACLES - PART 3
  • Anderson FM
Dig Chiropr Econ: Sep-Oct 1986(29:2): 48-50 12998 HUMAN ENGINEERING
  • Caselli K
Dig Chiropr Econ: Nov-Dec 1986(29:3): 112-13 12916 ARE YOUR PATIENTS WALKING OUT AND NEVER RETURNING?
  • Bishop KA
  • Doyle K
Dig Chiropr Econ: May-Jun 1986(28:5): 22+ 13302 THE REINVENTION OF CHIROPRACTIC - PART 3
  • Lalla J
Dig Chiropr Econ: May-Jun 1986(28:5): 27-28+ 13303 FINDING YOUR HIDDEN OBSTACLES - PART 1
  • Anderson FM
Dig Chiropr Econ: May-Jun 1986(28:5): 36+ 13306 IMPROVE YOUR COLLECTIONS
  • Amato W
Dig Chiropr Econ: May-Jun 1986(28:5): 56+ 13311 THE DEVELOPMENT OF AN OBJECTIVE MEANS OF TREATMENT VALIDATION
  • Del Giorno D
Dig Chiropr Econ: Mar-Apr 1986(28:5): 29-30+ 13426 HOW TO MOTIVATE YOUR STAFF
  • Pierce RW
Dig Chiropr Econ: Mar-Apr 1986(28:5): 74+ 13435 THE REINVENTION OF CHIROPRACTIC - PART 2
  • Lalla J
Dig Chiropr Econ: Mar-Apr 1986(28:5): 138 13440 AFTER CHIROPRACTIC SCHOOL, THEN WHAT? REFLECTIONS OF ONE DOCTOR'S FIRST YEAR IN PRACTICE
  • Keenan DJ
Dig Chiropr Econ: Jul-Aug 1986(29:1): 34+ 13158 FINDING YOUR HIDDEN OBSTACLES - PART 2
  • Anderson FM
Dig Chiropr Econ: Jul-Aug 1986(29:1): 40 13160 THE DILEMMA OF PRACTICE MANAGEMENT
  • Van Denburgh RD
Dig Chiropr Econ: Jul-Aug 1986(29:1): 55-56+ 13165 THE MOST PROFITABLE WAY TO COORDINATE A BUSY OFFICE
  • Amato W
Dig Chiropr Econ: Jul-Aug 1986(29:1): 60+ 13166 CONFIDENTIALITY STATEMENTS
  • Baird R
Dig Chiropr Econ: Jul-Aug 1986(29:1): 62+ 13167 QUALITIES THE PUBLIC EXPECTS FROM A DOCTOR - PART 1: EXCERPTS FROM "SECRET OF A PRACTICE CONSULTANT"
  • Fernandez PG
Dig Chiropr Econ: Jan-Feb 1986(28:4): 12+ 13568 BEING THE BEST DOCTOR THAT YOU CAN BE
  • Anderson FM
Dig Chiropr Econ: Jan-Feb 1986(28:4): 29-30+ 13573 THE REINVENTION OF CHIROPRACTIC - PART 1
  • Lalla J
Dig Chiropr Econ: Jan-Feb 1986(28:4): 73+ 13583 THE MASTER MANUAL METHOD OF PROCESSING PATIENTS - PART 2
  • Amato W
Chiropr Aust: Mar 1986(6:1): 23-26 13419 Finding the right money for your practice needs
  • Hannam C
Chiropr Aust: Mar 1986(6:1): 32-33 13421 The doctor
  • Barge FH
Chiropr Aust: Jun 1986(6:2): 25-30 13239 Motor vehicles... the new tax rules
  • Hannam C
Chiropr Aust: Dec 1986(6:4): 13-15 12840 Computers and their potential within chiropractic
  • Rayson D
Am Chiropr: Sep 1986(:): 21-22+ 12972 MD/DC groups: An alternative health system
  • Schuman JD
Am Chiropr: Sep 1986(:): 32+ 12974 Understanding the advantages of accounts receivable funding
  • Bonner PJ
  • Murphy BG
Am Chiropr: Sep 1986(:): 74 12978 The personal injury/workmen's compensation practice
  • Fernandez PG
Am Chiropr: Sep 1986(:): 85-93 12984 TAC special focus: Practice development
Am Chiropr: Oct 1986(:): 14+ 12944 DOCUMENTATION FOR OBJECTIVE EVALUATION PROCEDURES: AN EXCITING NEW ERA
  • Ward LE
Am Chiropr: Oct 1986(:): 60+ 12951 ARE YOU THE DOCTOR, DOCTOR? I GET MY PATIENTS WELL TOO FAST
  • Barge FH
Am Chiropr: Oct 1986(:): 64 12953 HOW TO SET UP AND OPERATE YOUR OWN CHIROPRACTIC PRACTICE, BY MAX FALLEK
Am Chiropr: Nov 1986(:): 99-100 12899 THE PERSONAL INJURY/WORKMEN'S COMPENSATION PRACTICE
  • Fernandez PG
Am Chiropr: May 1986(:): 22+ 13288 Chiropractic marketing today: Do or die
  • Feise RJ
Am Chiropr: May 1986(:): 51+ 13295 THE PERSONAL INJURY/WORKMEN'S COMPENSATION PRACTICE
  • Fernandez PG
Am Chiropr: Mar 1986(:): 53-55 13409 TAC SPECIAL FOCUS: COMPUTERS
Am Chiropr: Mar 1986(:): 64 13412 The personal injury / workmen's compensation practice
  • Fernandex PG
Am Chiropr: Jun 1986(:): 22+ 13223 MALPRACTICE: PROOFING THE CHIROPRACTIC PRACTICE
  • Storer FW
Am Chiropr: Jun 1986(:): 28+ 13224 Malpractice and your staff
  • Kapp MB
Am Chiropr: Jun 1986(:): 52-53 13230 Are you the doctor, doctor?
  • Barge FH
Am Chiropr: Jul 1986(:): 4-6+ 13140 THE ULTIMATE CHIROPRACTIC OFFICE MANAGEMENT SYSTEM
  • Norworth M
Am Chiropr: Jul 1986(:): 11-12+ 13141 COMPUTER DISASTER: IS YOUR COMPUTER SABOTAGE-PROOF?
  • Moradi A
Am Chiropr: Jul 1986(:): 78-79 13151 THE PERSONAL INJURY/WORKMEN'S COMPENSATION PRACTICE
  • Fernandez PG
Am Chiropr: Jan 1986(:): 11-12+ 13559 PRACTICE BUILDERS AND PRACTICE KILLERS
  • Fernandez PG
Am Chiropr: Jan 1986(:): 68-69 13567 ARE YOU THE DOCTOR, DOCTOR?
  • Barge FH
Am Chiropr: Feb 1986(:): 47-54 13539 TAC SPECIAL FOCUS: PRACTICE DEVELOPMENT
Am Chiropr: Feb 1986(:): 62 13544 THE PERSONAL INJURY/WORKMEN'S COMPENSATION PRACTICE
  • Fernandez PG
Am Chiropr: Feb 1986(:): 70 13545 DECORATE FOR SUCCESS
  • Feise RJ
Am Chiropr: Dec 1986(:): 35-36 12830 IS FINANCIAL GAIN OUR AIM?
  • Rosquist WL
Am Chiropr: Dec 1986(:): 44+ 12832 DR. FLAVIAN SANTAVICCA, JR.
Am Chiropr: Dec 1986(:): 88 12839 The body/mind connection: Innate advertising
  • Harrison E
Am Chiropr: Aug 1986(:): 70 13122 ARE YOU THE DOCTOR, DOCTOR?
  • Barge FH
Am Chiropr: Apr 1986(:): 22+ 13379 MARKETING THE HEALTH CARE PRACTICE: A CASE STUDY APPROACH
  • McGowan MJ
Am Chiropr: Apr 1986(:): 88-89 13388 ARE YOU THE DOCTOR, DOCTOR?
  • Barge FH
Todays Chiropr: Sep-Oct 1985(14:4): 49 13965 ADVERTISING: WHAT KIND OF AD WORKS BEST?
  • Watkin JK
Todays Chiropr: Sep-Oct 1985(14:4): 75+ 13974 LOOK BEFORE YOU LEAP
  • Kats DJ
Todays Chiropr: Sep-Oct 1985(14:4): 79+ 13975 NUTS AND BOLTS ADVICE
  • Cretsinger WG
Todays Chiropr: Sep-Oct 1985(14:4): 113-14 13981 PRACTICE MANAGEMENT: QUESTIONS AND ANSWERS ON PRACTICE MANAGEMENT
  • Ward CE
Todays Chiropr: Nov-Dec 1985(14:5): 9+ 13776 HE WHO HESITATES
  • Herfert RC
Todays Chiropr: Nov-Dec 1985(14:5): 13-14 13777 GENESIS SYSTEMS
  • Kwasny R
Todays Chiropr: Nov-Dec 1985(14:5): 15-16 13778 SYSTEMS PLUS
  • Stephens N
Todays Chiropr: Nov-Dec 1985(14:5): 17-19+ 13779 EXPERT ADVICE FOR D.C.'S
  • Ulrich W
Todays Chiropr: Nov-Dec 1985(14:5): 21-23 13780 CHIRO MAC SOFTWARE
  • Edwards MB
Todays Chiropr: Nov-Dec 1985(14:5): 25+ 13781 ASK THE EXPERT
  • Wolf GT
Todays Chiropr: Nov-Dec 1985(14:5): 87-88 13805 DEVELOPING A FAMILY PRACTICE
  • Morgan T
Todays Chiropr: Nov-Dec 1985(14:5): 91-92 13808 PRACTICE MANAGEMENT: MORE TIME FOR PATIENT CARE
  • Showers K
Todays Chiropr: May-Jun 1985(14:2): 63 14217 PERSONAL INJURY CASE HISTORY
  • Margolies JE
Todays Chiropr: Jul-Aug 1985(14:3): 63-65 14079 GOOD IMAGE TODAY: MORE PATIENTS TOMORROW
  • Tellem SM
Todays Chiropr: Jul-Aug 1985(14:3): 67-68+ 14080 ADVERTISING'S ROCKY ROAD
  • Murray LV
Todays Chiropr: Jul-Aug 1985(14:3): 69+ 14081 GETTING YOUR MONEY'S WORTH
  • Mize JW
J Chiropr: Oct 1985(22:10): 19-20 13829 FIVE EXPERTS SHARE THEIR THOUGHTS ON WHAT TO LOOK FOR IN A PRACTICE MANAGEMENT CONSULTANT
  • Sportelli L
J Chiropr: Oct 1985(22:10): 22-23 13832 FIVE EXPERTS SHARE THEIR THOUGHTS ON WHAT TO LOOK FOR IN A PRACTICE MANAGEMENT CONSULTANT
  • Daly TR
J Chiropr: Feb 1985(22:2): 32-33 14384 CHIROPRACTIC IN ITALY
  • Siegfried GR
J Chiropr: Feb 1985(22:2): 56 14391 DEPARTMENT OF STATISTICS COMPLETES 1984 SURVEY, PART I
ICA Rev: May-Jun 1985(41:3): 10-13 14488 PRESENTING CHIROPRACTIC TO BUSINESS AND INDUSTRY CAN BUILD YOUR PRACTICE
  • Stokes DL
ICA Rev: May-Jun 1985(41:3): 13 14495 DCS AND MDS: REFERRING WITHOUT FEAR
  • Stucky LJ
ICA Rev: May-Jun 1985(41:3): 14-16 14496 MAKING YOUR THIRD-PARTY BILLING SYSTEM WORK
  • Murkowski KJ
ICA Rev: May-Jun 1985(41:3): 27-30 14504 STREAMLINING YOUR PRACTICE WITH PROPER CASE HISTORY FORMS
  • Murkowski KSJ
ICA Rev: May-Jun 1985(41:3): 31-32 14505 THE HIDDEN COSTS OF LOW-LIMIT INSURANCE POLICIES
  • Harrison JD
  • Walsh DL
ICA Rev: May-Jun 1985(41:3): 32-33 14507 MASTERING MEDIA DYNAMICS
  • Stevens A
ICA Rev: May-Jun 1985(41:3): 33 14508 WHY ARE INSURANCE RATES SO HIGH?
  • Dimiceli JJ
ICA Rev: May-Jun 1985(41:3): 34-35 14509 PR 101: THE NEWS RELEASE
  • Jacobs DB
ICA Rev: May-Jun 1985(41:3): 36-38 14510 POLISHING YOUR SPEAKING SKILLS
ICA Rev: May-Jun 1985(41:3): 44-45 14513 MAKING PR WORK FOR YOU: ICA'S PUBLIC RELATIONS TEAM HAS THE EXPERTISE AND RESOURCES TO HELP
  • Maxwell J
ICA Rev: May-Jun 1985(41:3): 46-47 14514 HAS A REPORTER DONE YOU WRONG?: ENSURE FAVORABLE MEDIA COVERAGE WITH A LITTLE FORETHOUGHT AND LOTS OF SPUNK
Eur J Chiropr: Jun 1985(33:2): 67-68 14097 LIMITS OF THE CHIROPRACTOR'S RESPONSIBILITY
  • Molloy R
Dig Chiropr Econ: Sep-Oct 1985(28:2): 64 13870 FINANCING YOUR PRACTICE: STEPS TO SUCCESS
  • Warren RT
Dig Chiropr Econ: Sep-Oct 1985(28:2): 70-72+ 13871 ORGANIZING YOUR PRACTICE FROM "THE MASTER MANUAL"
  • Amato W
Dig Chiropr Econ: May-Jun 1985(27:6): 38-41 14169 PRACTICES ARE "GOING CONCERNS": HOW MUCH IS YOUR PRACTICE WORTH?
  • Silverman H
Dig Chiropr Econ: Jul-Aug 1985(28:1): 28-31+ 14027 IN GOD WE TRUST - ALL OTHERS PAY CASH
  • Lalla J
Dig Chiropr Econ: Jul-Aug 1985(21:1): 34-37 14028 REFERRAL PROCEDURES, PART 2, EXCERPTS FROM THE BOOK "1001 WAYS TO ATTRACT NEW PATIENTS"
  • Fernandez PG
Dig Chiropr Econ: Jul-Aug 1985(21:1): 70-73+ 14036 THE VALUE AND TYPES OF SIGNS FOR CHIROPRACTORS
  • Gibbens J
Am Chiropr: Sep 1985(:): 62-63 13849 THE PERSONAL INJURY/WORKMEN'S COMPENSATION PRACTICE
  • Fernandez PG
Am Chiropr: Sep 1985(:): 72-75 13851 TAC SPECIAL FOCUS: COMPUTERS
Am Chiropr: Oct 1985(:): 47 13816 THE PERSONAL INJURY/WORKMEN'S COMPENSATION PRACTICE: THE CARDINAL RULES OF TESTIMONY
  • Fernandez PG
Am Chiropr: Oct 1985(:): 48 13817 THE MASTER MANUAL
Am Chiropr: Nov 1985(:): 42+ 13722 LIBERAL PAYMENT VS. LIBERAL CREDIT
  • Murphy B
Am Chiropr: Nov 1985(:): 50 13724 THE PERSONAL INJURY/WORKMEN'S COMPENSATION PRACTICE: THE CARDINAL RULE OF TESTIMONY
  • Fernandez PG
Am Chiropr: Nov 1985(:): 74-75 13730 ARE YOU THE DOCTOR, DOCTOR?
  • Barge FH
Am Chiropr: May 1985(:): 54+ 14154 THE PERSONAL INJURY/WORKMEN'S COMPENSATION PRACTICE
  • Fernandez PG
Am Chiropr: Mar 1985(:): 28+ 14266 THE PERSONAL INJURY/WORKMEN'S COMPENSATION PRACTICE
  • Fernandez PG
Am Chiropr: Mar 1985(:): 64+ 14274 BINARY MAGIC
  • Lacy RA
Am Chiropr: Mar 1985(:): 67 14275 THE RIGHT APPROACH TO COMPUTERIZATION
Am Chiropr: Mar 1985(:): 68 14276 COMTEL
Am Chiropr: Mar 1985(:): 69 14277 NEW MACHINE USES COMPUTER ASSIST
  • Johnson PC
Am Chiropr: Mar 1985(:): 70-71 14278 SHARER COMPUTERS: COMPUTERS, CHIROPRACTORS AND MORE BUSINESS
Am Chiropr: Mar 1985(:): 72+ 14279 YOU HAVEN'T BOUGHT A COMPUTER YET?
  • Deardorff DH
Am Chiropr: Jun 1985(:): 60+ 14095 THE PERSONAL INJURY/WORKMEN'S COMPENSATION PRACTICE : THE COURTROOM SCENE
  • Fernandez PG
Am Chiropr: Jul 1985(:): 20+ 14011 BACK-BREAKING MONEY WORRIES?: FINANCIAL ADJUSTMENTS MADE EASY
  • Anderson BR
Am Chiropr: Jul 1985(:): 58 14016 THE PERSONAL INJURY WORKMEN'S COMPENSATION PRACTICE
  • Fernandez PG
Am Chiropr: Jul 1985(:): 62-64 14019 CHIROPRACTIC AT THE CROSS ROADS
  • Silverman MA
Am Chiropr: Jan 1985(:): 44-47 14403 THE PERSONAL INJURY/WORKMEN'S COMPENSATION PRACTICE
  • Fernandez PG
Am Chiropr: Feb 1985(:): 7-8+ 14360 INTERVIEW : FRED BARGE, D.C., PH.C.
Am Chiropr: Feb 1985(:): 26+ 14364 THE PERSONAL INJURY/WORKMEN'S COMPENSATION PRACTICE
  • Fernandez PG
Am Chiropr: Feb 1985(:): 31 14365 PRACTICE MANAGEMENT: SINGER CONSULTANTS
Am Chiropr: Feb 1985(:): 32 14366 D. BAKER JACOBS CO.: DEVELOPING THE PRACTICE IMAGE
  • Jacobs DB
Am Chiropr: Feb 1985(:): 33 14367 RUNNING A SUCCESSFUL CHIROPRACTIC OFFICE
  • Anderson J
  • Anderson M
Am Chiropr: Feb 1985(:): 34-35 14368 GENESIS SYSTEMS CONTROL YOUR PRACTICE
Am Chiropr: Feb 1985(:): 36 14369 CHIROPRACTIC RESOURCE GROUP
  • Isbrandtsen J
Am Chiropr: Feb 1985(:): 37 14370 ASSOCIATESHIPS FOR EVERYONE?
  • Flaum PB
Am Chiropr: Feb 1985(:): 38+ 14371 LATCH MANAGEMENT: HOW TO CHOOSE A PRACTICE MANAGEMENT CONSULTANT
Am Chiropr: Feb 1985(:): 40 14372 MASTER MANAGEMENT AND MOTIVATION: YOU COULD SEE MORE PATIENTS IF ...
Am Chiropr: Feb 1985(:): 41-42+ 14373 PROCOM; INTRODUCING YOURSELF TO THE MEDIA: THE ART OF PUBLICITY
Am Chiropr: Feb 1985(:): 43 14374 MARKSON MANAGEMENT: HOW AND WHY TO SET GOALS FOR YOURSELF
  • Markson LT
Am Chiropr: Feb 1985(:): 48+ 14377 INTERVIEW: DR. CHARLES WARD
Am Chiropr: Dec 1985(:): 10+ 13653 WHY CHIROPRACTIC NEEDS PUBLIC RELATIONS
  • Springer L
Am Chiropr: Dec 1985(:): 18+ 13655 PUBLIC COMMUNICATION
  • Walther DS
Am Chiropr: Dec 1985(:): 68-69 13668 THE PERSONAL INJURY/WORKMAN'S COMPENSATION PRACTICE
  • Fernandez PG
Am Chiropr: Aug 1985(:): 18+ 13984 EXPERT TESTIMONY
  • Rein H
Am Chiropr: Aug 1985(:): 51-53 13992 PMA: THE STORY BEHIND THE PRACTICE MANAGEMENT WIZARDRY OF PETER G. FERNANDEZ
Am Chiropr: Aug 1985(:): 60-66 13994 TAC SPECIAL FOCUS: PRACTICE DEVELOPMENT
Am Chiropr: Apr 1985(:): 20-22 14220 WHAT'S CHIROPRACTIC LIKE IN HAWAII?
  • Fischel R
Am Chiropr: Apr 1985(:): 24+ 14221 THE PERSONAL INJURY/WORKMEN'S COMPENSATION PRACTICE
  • Fernandez PG
J Chiropr: Dec 1984(21:12): 5,8 23704 Projecting desirable images
  • Luedtke KL
J Chiropr: Dec 1984(21:12): 21-23 23705 Thoughts on image and basic patient relations from developing a chiropractic practice
  • Schafer RC
J Chiropr: Dec 1984(21:12): 34-36 23708 Office space and layout
J Chiropr: Nov 1984(21:11): 5,8-9 23692 Can we talk? About ethics?
  • Savage LJ
Int Rev Chiropr: Aug-Sep 1984(40:2): 18-19 23484 New Practitioner : Accountants: don't start your practice without one
  • De Young K
Int Rev Chiropr: May-Jun 1984(39:2): 14-17 23477 Ten things your patients never tell you
  • King J
Int Rev Chiropr: May-Jun 1984(39:2): 21-23 23478 Looking good! Special tips for DCs from the author of Dress for Success
Int Rev Chiropr: Jan-Feb 1984(38:1): 19-20 23468 CAs[chiropractic assistants]: the emerging professionals
Int Rev Chiropr: Jan-Feb 1984(38:1): 21-26, 23469 Heart to heart : three CAs [chiropractic assistants] talk about their jobs, their patients, and themselves
Int Rev Chiropr: Jan-Feb 1984(38:1): 29-30 23470 I was my own CA [chiropractic assistant] : confessions of a frazzled DC
  • Zeigler M
Int Rev Chiropr: Jan-Feb 1984(38:1): 32-33 23471 Finding the one : the CA [chiropractic assistant] you've always wanted may be right under your nose
  • White S
Int Rev Chiropr: Jan-Feb 1984(38:1): 34-36 23472 When your CA [chiropractic assistant] is your spouse : constant communication can turn the two of you into a spectacular team
  • Gagne TE
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