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Healthy Life Chiropractic San Francisco, CA, USA
Mar 20, 2018
Full Time
We are looking to add another chiropractor to our family wellness clinic in gorgeous San Francisco!  We are rapidly growing in our new location on clement street. Are you looking for a team of dedicated practitioners who love serving patients with great care? We are looking for someone who loves being a chiropractor and really wants to help people while growing the practice of their dreams.  Get excited to share corrective and wellness chiropractic with the community.  Training and mentoring available for both practice building and technique. CA license and CA X-ray license needed. Salary plus bonuses structure, with benefits after 3 months with future satellite potential.  Please send CV and photo to , and Or call 415-751-7071  

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During my final year of chiropractic school, I remember searching and searching for employment opportunities.  After the safe harbor of years in an academic setting, it was time to really pull-on my big girl pants.  The more I looked, the dimmer my prospects seem to be.  There was a time when I was willing to go into the Peace Corps or Doctors Without Borders for employment, but neither organization at the time even recognized chiropractic.  When I was doing my research for this blog, I could not believe the opportunities! I assumed the government hired chiropractors, but I had no idea the positions that are now available.    Good for Veterans, Good for You    In 2016, there were 20.4 million veterans in the US, according to the Pew Research Center.  Two years later, that number has not gotten any smaller.  It makes sense that the government is turning to alternate forms of treatment to help lower their costs and improve patient outcomes.   Here is how it works; based on your profession there is a specific form a chiropractor, dentist, optometrist, MD, etc who would fill out a form for submission.  That form helps to direct them to their appropriate field.  The cool thing is when I was perusing their list of employment opportunities, I was surprised at the number of traditional medicine jobs chiropractors could apply for. Physician, interventional radiologist, and especially medical examiners were among the top choices on the list.    Check out  for more info.   Show me the Money   Cuba Gooding Jr. in Jerry McGuire isn’t the only one who likes to make a lot of money.  If there is one thing the government does well, it’s in the paycheck.  I was shocked to see the salaries attached to the jobs for veterans (category #1).  Most salaries were close to or well above the six-figure mark.    Benefits   Americans like to talk (a lot) and one thing on everyone’s mind is healthcare.  As a small business owner, the buck stops with me on my own health insurance but I know for the majority of people in the workforce, that doesn’t fly. Healthcare and benefits are among the most asked questions when I hire a new employee.  If this is a concern for you, then look no further then the government.  I don’t think the health benefits can get any better.  With most services covered, $10 ER visits, $5,000 in a healthcare flexible spend account per year, and of course pensions and retirement accounts, it's hard to beat government employee's health benefits.    Job Security is Top Priority   I know a lot of chiropractors go into business for themselves. When it comes right down to it, entrepreneurship isn’t for everyone. Market instability, irregular paychecks, employees, etc. can make even the toughest person want to run for the hills.  Unless the government stops collecting taxes, which I am thinking is pretty unlikely, working for them provides the ultimate job security. They have  9:00am-5:00pm  schedule, paid time off, paychecks, and benefits down to a science.    Vacations   For a good laugh, google 'government employee jokes or memes.'  I actually “LOL’ed” when I read some of them.   The common idea is that working for the government is easy and that most workers are lazy.  I certainly would not go that far.  One other good benefit government jobs provide is paid time off.  Besides sick days (which you earn hundreds of hours towards), after working for a few years, your PTO can be upwards of 3-4 weeks/year.  Now that is something to get excited about!     For more info check out  to see more job opportunities.  
Hallelujah! Spring has almost sprung and with under a month left of winter, it’s time to start prepping patients on how to shake off the winter pounds.  If your patients are anything like mine, winter is not kind on the waistline.  It starts with Halloween candy, flows into gluttony of Thanksgiving and Christmas, then finishes with a mix of sugar and booze on New Year’s Eve. Add in dark and gloomy days with little sunlight, and it’s a recipe that can make the most staunch fit and healthy person pack on the pounds.  Not to fear! The days are getting longer, the sun is peaking out a little more each day, and with warmer weather on the horizon, it’s a perfect time for patients to get moving.   These Boots are made for Walking   Walk! I don’t think anything compares to the feeling of being able to get outside for an early spring walk after a long, cold winter.  Encourage even 15 minutes a day of walking.  The most successful fitness program I ever did allowed me a minimum of 15 minutes a day of movement.  It counted towards my progress! Imagine, patients don’t have to be perfect to lace up their shoes, they just need to be consistent.  Taking the stairs, parking farther away from stores, having “walking lunch meetings” with colleagues, going walking after dinner: all those moments in the course of a day add up to at least 15 minutes, if not more.  If they don’t believe you, have them buy a pedometer. I think most people would be surprised how much walking can be incorporated into their day.   Man’s best friend   I know (and have known) a plethora of people who need an accountability partner to stay on track. What better way then by getting a dog? My new pooch has kept me busy with daily walks (even through the winter time), because nothing says motivation like not wanting to clean dog poop off the carpet. Maybe you’re more of a cat person, well why not borrow a friend’s dog? I’m sure the friend would appreciate the help and so would the waistline. If a patient is going all Emily Dickenson, recluse style, and has no friends, they could consider helping out at a local dog shelter.  There are plenty of dogs who need the exercise and heck, so do our patients.   3 . Water, water everywhere and plenty of it to drink   So, let’s say you have a patient who has any number of excuses as to why they can’t get up from their desk throughout the workday.  Tell them to drink water, and lots of it.  If their physical, mental, and emotional health isn’t enough of a reason to get up and move regularly, their bladder should get them up.  Not only do they get the benefit of drinking water, they get the added benefit of having to get up and go pee every hour or so.   Bike Friendly   Do you live in a bike friendly city? If you do, this is an easy one.  Warm weather and a well-fitted bike are some of the greatest joys in life. Patients could bike to the grocery store for smaller purchases, ride around their neighborhood, or even ride to work. If you’re an unfortunate soul like me who lives in a city where motorists are trying to run cyclists off the road, bike trails are a great option.  Even my bike-hating city has some great trails through the local parks. For more adventure, there are longer trails out in the country.   Keeping up with the Jones’s   Nothing says “great American spirit” like having the nicest house on the block.  Good news is that yard work like mowing, raking, gardening, etc can burn a ton of calories.  With proper mechanics, it can be a great way to make the neighbors jealous and get a workout in.  Last summer, I used my Apple Watch to see how many calories I could burn with some good old-fashioned manual labor.  By the time I was done, I had burned just as many calories as I normally would have with kickboxing and Crossfit.  Obviously, different movements and body parts are involved, but I was tired and didn’t feel compelled to go to the gym afterwards.   The ideas are endless for getting outdoor exercise.  From going to the park, Frisbee golf, regular golf, throwing a baseball with their kids, walking instead of driving to get ice cream, we can brainstorm with our patients to help them be as active as they can for their health and lifestyles.  Kassandra Schultz DC
An Article Review from Dynamic Chiropractic Jan 2018 Edition As we march forward into the year, I think it is important to stay up-to-date with what’s up in chiropractic.  So here we go:   Controversy at it’s Finest: Cannabis   I figure why not start off with a bang? I have to admit that it is my new favorite subject to discuss.  Which, in large part, is probably due to the enormous polarity you find when even mentioning it.  The response can range from something Cheech and Chong would be proud of to nothing short of moral indecency and criminal behavior. However, I think the truth and the medical usage of this controversial plant lies somewhere in the middle.  With more and more states moving to legalize marijuana, I think this is an issue that will come up.  If it grates down on your soul to even think about such a topic, you could always consider CBD.  CBD is the part of the hemp plant that is completely benign. It lets you operate heavy machinery and not only reduces pain, but a myriad of other ailments too. Also, CBD oils, tinctures, creams, etc. are great sells in a chiropractic office too.   You say Manipulate…I say Adjustment   Friend or foe, we have to live with physical therapists. They seem to have completely integrated themselves into the medical world.  What does that mean for us as chiropractors? It means we have to continue to be the best at adjustments.  Like I always say, PT’s manipulate while chiropractors adjust.  I think five academic years of just chiropractic school allow us to hold the title at being better at the finer mechanics and subtleties of getting the body to move.  We need to continue to be on top of our game and to let our patients and the community know we are better too.   You Dah Man…I Mean the Doctor   The buzzword I keep running across is ‘integrative.’ This fancy word says that patients want all of their doctors to work together for their betterment. I don’t think Mrs. Smith cares who administers her diagnosis- she just wants it relatively quick, accurate, sent to the right doctor for treatment, and the condition explained without the heavy medical jargon. Sit up Straight!   Here we go again, ‘integrating’ postural analysis and education during your physical examination.  I do it with almost every patient because let’s face it; the modern world is constantly changing.  Texting, sitting for hours at a time, and looking at screens all day is not helping anterior head carriage, lordotic or kyphotic curves in the least.   Outcome Assessment Tools   Not even my brain could come up with a catchy title for this one. The moral of this story is to use them.  These tools monitor patient progress, helps with diagnosis, treatment, exercise therapies, etc. Plus, insurance companies like to use them too.  Who doesn’t want to get paid more often and more timely by insurance companies?   Let’s Get Physical  High-intensity interval training (HIIT) is short, sweet and to the point.  Usually 15-30 minutes of non-stop “cardio” moves like jumping jacks, squats, burpees, pushups, etc which are performed in 15-45 second intervals in rapid fire succession.  Just think about someone who you find irritating, write down enough torturous exercises for them to perform, and then review the exercises to make sure it fits with your patient’s physical ability. The other nice part about HIIT is it combines body weight exercises so you’re getting two benefits for the price of one.   Slow Your Roll and Roll Out Your Mat   If #6 was a bit much, then why not encourage patients to slap on a Fitbit or Apple Watch to monitor their daily movement and heart rate?  Keeping a slower yet elevated heart rate is still a very important trend for patients to keep up with. Even exercises like yoga don’t have to be done in a studio. These can also be done in your own office so patients can do exercises during their visit. As a chiropractor, you can also provide your patients with exercises they can take home. What do you do if you run across a patient who is not an avid yogi? How about suggesting strength training to them? Slow controlled movements with gradual increments in weight can be a great addition to help with posture and core strength. Good news is, we can create, demonstrate, and educate our patients on all different kinds of fitness and exercise programs for them to perform.  As we know, the chiropractic world is always changing which often times is a response to the medical community. As long as medical practices continue to evolve, we as chiropractors will have to be on our toes.  We certainly can’t predict everything that is coming down the pipe, but these seven trends will at least give us a start to navigating the year ahead.  For more information please check out: Dynamic Chiropractic Volume 36, Number 1. Kassandra Schultz DC
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