IFCO

International Federation of Chiropractors and Organizations

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Weekly Insider – September 9

Weekly Insider – September 9

Posted on 06 Sep 2017 in | 0 comments

Chiropractors Declare September “First Responders Month” Check your email for some fantastic information and support materials related to encouraging and celebrating First Responders Month in September.   What is the Meaning of Life? Thoughts on Principle #2 Bill Decken, DC, FCSC, DPhCS Ask a non-philosopher, “What do philosophers discuss?” and a likely answer will be, More Info »

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Weekly Insider – September 2

Posted on 29 Aug 2017 in | 0 comments

Chiropractors Declare September “First Responders Month” Check your email for some fantastic collateral related to encouraging and celebrating First Responders Month. Mile High 5: Delivers the Goods and Elevates Chiropractic to a New Altitude As anyone who was in attendance this past weekend at Mile High 5 in Westminster, Colorado will attest, organizers and long-standing More Info »

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Weekly Insider – August 19

Posted on 16 Aug 2017 in , | 0 comments

Thoughts From the Third Grade by Judy Nutz Campanale, DC, ACP, FCSC I was eight years old when I entered third grade. Not the prettiest girl in the class by any stretch, but thoughtful and friendly. I went to a small private school and my classmates were mostly the same 25 kids who had started first More Info »

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IFCO Weekly Insider – August 5

Posted on 02 Aug 2017 in , , | 0 comments

Below is a link to Reggie Gold’s presentation at one of the first Lyceum’s of Palmer College, at which he shared a story about HG Wells’ “Valley of the Blind”. It was one of his most memorable presentations and Chiropractors to this day are still inspired and influenced by this story.   Much of what More Info »

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IFCO Weekly Insider – July 29

Posted on 26 Jul 2017 in , , | 0 comments

Giving up on Getting The Big Idea Part 1  by Dr. Meggie Smith The pressure to get my patients to accept The Big Idea can feel really overwhelming to me. I’m not good at controlling my patients. Using an authoritative approach to “make them get it” is exhausting. The truth of chiropractic, the truth of More Info »

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