The legal issues of doctors and chiropractors working together

by Jeffrey L. Cohen and Albert R. Meyer

Chiropractors and medical doctors (or D.O.s) have had a long and somewhat complex relationship.

Though they approach healthcare issues differently, there are many instances where they share care or even work together.  Such “M.D./D.C.” relationships are legally complex, but often prove to be rewarding in many respects.  Properly constructing the arrangements is critical, especially since government regulators and payers tend …

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How managed care caused the mental health care crisis

by George H. Northrup, PhD

No one becomes a mental health professional—in my case, a clinical psychologist—for the financial rewards.

With comparable (or less) education, far more lucrative careers exist in law, business, or other health care specialties.  Psychotherapy tends to draw practitioners who are fascinated by the mysteries of the mind and who find satisfaction helping others in distress.   Money has typically been a …

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Recovery may be predicted with a perception of the inner pulse

An excerpt from The Inner Pulse: Unlocking the Secret Code of Sickness and Health.

by Marc Siegel, MD

The Pulse of Recovery

People are like stained-glass windows.  They sparkle and shine when the sun is out, but when the darkness sets in their true beauty is revealed only if there is light from within.
–Elisabeth Kübler-Ross

The inner pulse can keep beating—loudly—long after doctors, researchers, and their monitors predict …

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