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December 2014

1. Editor's Corner

Carol Baffi-Dugan

Another December has arrived and with it an opportunity to highlight one of the many wonderful career opportunities available to our students.

2. Finding Future Chiropractors: The Advisor’s Perspective

Valerie A. Bennett, PhD

Doctors of chiropractic are trained to “practice primary health care as a portal-of-entry provider for patients of all ages and genders focusing on the inherent ability of the body to heal and enhance function without unnecessary drugs or surgery.

3. Chiropractic: Healing with a Human Touch

Carl S. Cleveland III, DC

When The Wall Street Journal published its “Best and Worst Jobs of 2011”, chiropractors ranked #11 of the 200 jobs reviewed in America -- higher than medical doctors and surgeons.

4. Doctor of Chiropractic Degree: A Guide for Health Profession Advisors

Stacey Till, MSEd

As our health care system continues to evolve, we can be certain of one constant: the demand for more affordable, patient-centered care that produces the best possible outcomes.

5. Chiropractic Scope and Practice

Joseph Brimhall, DC

Chiropractic health care is a recognized profession in all jurisdictions of the United States, and in all Canadian provinces.

6. Chiropractic Life: What Do Chiropractors Do When They Work?

Dana J. Lawrence, DC, MMedEd, MA

According to the Bureau of Labor Statistics, the greatest percentage of chiropractors work in solo or group practice, with just over a third being self-employed.

7. The VA and Chiropractic Care: An Interview with Dr. Anthony Lisi

David O’Bryon, JD, CAE

For many years doctors of chiropractic have had patients who were veterans, but their care was not part of the formal VA system.

8. Research at New York Chiropractic College

Kathy Hadley

So, why all the fuss about research: and particularly, about the fact that NYCC has under taken significant investigations of considerable rigor?

9. Multiple Degrees and Programs Offered at ACC Member Institutions

David O'Bryon, JD, CAE
David Odiorne, DC, MS

In 2012 the ACC undertook a project to survey its member institutions inquiring about its other course offerings in addition to their chiropractic program.

10. Wellness, Nutrition and the Whole Person

David O’Bryon, JD, CAE

Chiropractic health care is oriented toward caring for the whole person, helping individuals to fulfill active lifestyles.

11. Book Review: "Doctors in the Movies"

Peter Van Houten, EdD

In “Doctors in the Movies,” the author, Peter E. Dans, MD, states, “In this century, the most influential mythmakers have been movie makers.”

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