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A few years ago, an American acquaintance of mine had her wedding in Ireland.  I was not invited, hence the use of acquaintance & not friend, but the thing I remember most was how stunning her pictures were. Ever since her wedding, I have seen pictures from fellow travelers and Ireland looks incredible. If this temperate, emerald isle country strikes your fancy than grab a Guinness and lets talk about chiropractic jobs in Ireland....
Have you dreamed of strolling down the tree-lined boulevards, finding new quaint coffee shops by day and sipping full bodied Parisian wines by night? I know I have a time or two.  The romanticized version of France makes the entire country seem like a far-off fairytale where you still might run into Humprey Boghart in Paris.  Fairytales aside, chiropractic jobs in France are still relatively few and far between. ...
According to the “Social Progress Index” in 2017 Denmark was considered to have the highest quality of life standards. From water and sanitation to nutrition and basic medical care they scored within the 99 percentile.  Of course, there’s more! From delicious danishes and cuisine to bike friendly cities like Copenhagen have you considered becoming “one of the happiest people on earth” and finding a...
As I write this, remember I have no specialty in infectious disease, I do not claim to be an expert on this subject this is merely what I have been doing.  I also realize, what I am able to do in my part of the world may not apply to you (yet). In having my chiropractic office open, I have followed the guidelines laid out by the local and federal government which was also spelled out again by my state chiropractic board. Before...
The world’s government has implemented some extraordinary measures in an exceptionally short period of time to counter the spread of the coronavirus. Needless to say, it has caught many companies and chiropractic clinics by surprise and disrupted clinics, causing many to close and of course normal hiring practices. All chiropractic clinics across the world are putting the health and safety of their patients first and this of course...
It’s that time of year again, (well at least for some of us) where it’s time for license renewal.  As I was pondering how to put this blog together, I did a little research to see the requirements for different states and different countries.  After about five minutes, my head started to spin and my eyes watered from all the variations. For all the newbies who are about to graduate, this blog is for you. As a...
An Article Review Dynamic Chiropractic Feb 2020, VOL 38, #2   I opened up my latest edition of Dynamic Chiropractic and was very intrigued by this article. I just had to do a review!   Chronic pain is now at epidemic proportions in the western world. In the US alone, the CDC estimates 50 million Americans are suffering from chronic pain.  Low back pain being the biggest piece of the chronic pain pie....
With any kind of business, there are risks and potential financial blunders. Chiropractors have their own unique challenges along with the usual “normal” business problems. Let’s explore the top five biggest money mistakes a chiropractic office can make.   Letting Spending Run Wild I detest budgets.  In my next life I’m going to be independently wealthy or a trust fund kid. When it comes to...
In the last blog, we talked about the article in the January edition of Dynamic Chiropractic discussing chiropractic and potential causations with vertebrobasilar artery dissection. Even among the experts the jury is still out whether or not a manual cervical adjustment can cause the actually tearing of the artery leading to the stroke or not. I was thinking, why not do some more review on the whole phenomena and make sure that as...
Original article in Dynamic Chiropractic Vol 37, Number 12, December 2019   As I was reading the latest addition of Dynamic Chiropractic, I couldn’t help but cringe when I saw the title.  As a chiropractor or a chiropractic enthusiast how could you not? One of the potential dark clouds of our profession splashed across the front page.  I remember at Palmer, this was certainly a topic of concern.  This was ten...
Search engine optimization…is it just me or are there really some down sides to owning your own business? I’m not saying SEO’s are bad but to me there are so many more interesting and exciting things to do as a business owner.  But hey, in the age of technology, speed of information and the majority of research and shopping is done online, I guess I better put SEO’s at the top of my to-do list.   If...
I know as business owners, our frustrations can be endless.  Payroll, rent, advertising, taxes, customer fulfillment, patient complaints and employee drama just to name a few…but what happens if you have a rockstar employee or associate? What if your associate or front desk staff are really bringing the magic with patient satisfaction? What if the clinic hits the financial goals for the month? What would be some simple, yet...