IFCO

International Federation of Chiropractors and Organizations

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The Value of Ongoing Team Training

Posted on 09 Jan 2016 in , , | 0 comments

Brandi MacDonald Often when I present, I try to teach the following extremely important concept: You can’t pile your paradigm on top of someone else’s trash. You have to first clear some, if not all, of the trash that is there.  What does this mean and how might it apply to chiropractic and our offices? More Info »

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The Future of Chiropractic in a Culture of Mediocrity

Posted on 09 Jan 2016 in , , | 0 comments

Terry J. Van Dervort, DC, ACP, DPhCS At a time when the purpose of chiropractic is evolving from condition-based care to subluxation-centered care, this natural progression is being challenged by individuals from outside the profession as well as from those within.  At the same time, the historic values and beliefs that helped create our culture More Info »

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IFCO Member Spotlight – Dr. Christopher Kent

Posted on 09 Jan 2016 in , , | 0 comments

Dr. Christopher Kent, DC, JD is one of the most brilliant and well-respected principled chiropractors on the planet. Having graduated from Palmer College of Chiropractic in 1973, he hit the ground running with his efforts to help preserve, protect, and advance the profession, and hasn’t stopped since. Driven by his keen intellect and big vision, More Info »

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Posted on 15 Dec 2015 in , , | 0 comments

International Federation of Chiropractors and Organizations addresses Dr. James J. Lehman’s article in the December 1, 2015 Dynamic Chiropractic The December 1, 2015 issue of Dynamic Chiropractic features an article by Dr. James J. Lehman titled Diagnosis: Your Legal and Ethical Responsibility. In the article, Lehman urges the Colorado Chiropractic Association (CCA) to rescind their More Info »

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Keeping the Sparkle Alive

Posted on 15 Dec 2015 in , , | 0 comments

by Dr. Peter Kevorkian There is a certain magic and sparkle that is the fuel of the new practitioner. As much as a recent graduate is filled with much anxiety and fear, the passion and drive to make a difference in the world clearly overwhelms any of the negative.  This is the beginning of success More Info »

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