Dr. Rob Shaw has created a really great new poster for Chiropractors who use a Tytron, Myovision, or Substation for pre- and post-analysis. You can click on the ad directly to the right or click here to learn more about it.
Dr. Adam Tanase shared some information the new Fibromyalgia drug Xyrem. As it turns out, Xyrem is really just an expensive date-rape drug. Hey if Big Pharma can market illegal drugs legally, why not right? Disgusting, if you ask me.
Dr. Drew Hall discusses a patient with a case of encephalitis that used to see his mentor, Dr. Daniel Kuhn. Interesting what happens when that atlas get adjusted properly.
Over at Chiropractic Unity, you can watch a video of Life University President Dr. Guy Reikeman talk about 21st Century Chiropractic. I love the idea of using 3×5 cards as your patient files. Not realistic in this day and age, but still cool.
Dr. Patrick MacNamara has 12 Tips Chiropractors can Use to Help Increase Page ranking with Google over at Next Generation Chiropractor.
Here’s a link to an article entitle 20 Simple Things That Are Surprisingly Therapeutic by Jeanne Peterson. I can’t say I disagree with anything on the list, that’s for sure.
Over at The Blog of Author Tim Ferriss, you can read an excellent article about Living Well vs Doing Well.
I went to school with a Maine Chiropractor by the name of Dr. Jared Lawson. His wife, Amy Lawson, blogs about their family (mis) adventures often on her blog The Lawsons Did Dallas. The reason why I bring this up is because of her HILARIOUS blog posts about Walmart entitled I Hate Walmart and I Still Hate Walmart. I am not kidding when I say you might fall out of your chair from laughing so hard!
Seth Godin, one of the top marketing experts in the world and author of famous books like Purple Cow, Tribes, and Linchpin, asks the question: Are you an elite?
Dr. Shawn Dill shares some good outdoor exercise ideas in his blog post Get Fit, Get Healthy, Get Outside.
Dr. Travis Robertson has a great article entitled Seasonal Allergies? Check Out Upper Cervical Care by a really familiar person.