USBJI Raising Profile of Musculoskeletal Health Through Research, Programs

November 18, 2020

Applications Being Accepted for Young Investigator Initiative Through Jan. 15, 2021 By John M. Ventura, DC The United States Bone and Joint Initiative (www.usbji.org) is an “organization of organizations” whose mission is to “raise the priority of musculoskeletal (MSK) health...

Telehealth: What I’ve Learned in 7 Months as a Virtual Doctor

October 13, 2020

By Daniel Bockmann, DC We are living through historic times right now; however, every disaster is an opportunity for us to become better doctors by adapting and improving our efficiency at delivering high-quality care. Over the past seven months, I’ve...

10 Survival Skills for Recent Chiropractic Graduates

July 1, 2020

Lessons I Learned from Dr. Bobby Maybee By Noah Volz, DC When I was a chiropractic student, I interviewed 100 chiropractors for my YouTube channel and podcast. This post is about the insights I gained from talking to Bobby Maybee,...

Faculty ACA Symposium Goes Virtual as Faculty Adjust to Online Learning

April 29, 2020

ACA’s first Faculty Symposium takes place virtually on June 13, bringing together chiropractic college faculty members from around the country to learn and engage with their peers. The event – originally planned to take place at Keiser University in Florida – was...

ACA Is Working to Expand Your CE Options

April 22, 2020

By Robert C. Jones, DC, ACA President During the past few weeks, the American Chiropractic Association (ACA) has been working to bring doctors of chiropractic information and resources that are crucial to navigating practice and business challenges presented by the...

Use Time at Home to Earn Free CEs, Explore New Clinical Topics

April 7, 2020

Learn ACA offers 25% Spring Discount Even before the era of social distancing, the American Chiropractic Association (ACA) committed to making education at home more accessible through a new online learning platform, Learn ACA. Now through Memorial Day, both ACA members...

Building Therapeutic Relationships Through Communication

March 18, 2020

By Kara Shannon, DC, and Robert Vining, DC Effective communication is a known factor in creating a strong therapeutic relationship.1 Therapeutic relationships can facilitate patient adherence to therapy, satisfaction with care and improved outcomes; they have also been associated with reduced...

Case Reviews: 7 Tips for Solving Unresponsive Problems

March 3, 2020

By Tim Bertelsman, DC While the majority of musculoskeletal cases respond quickly and favorably to conservative care, some conditions are less cooperative. When a patient is not meeting outcome goals, evidence-based chiropractors must be willing to abandon their familiar recipe,...