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ChiroTouch to Host “Heavy Metal Marketing – In the Trenches” Webinar with Dr. Bill DeMoss
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Written by TAC Staff   
Thursday, 10 May 2012 16:32

billdemossSan Diego, CA – May 8, 2012 – ChiroTouch™, the nation's leader in chiropractic software, and Dr. Bill DeMoss, are pleased to announce “Heavy Metal Marketing – In the Trenches” webinar, which is scheduled to air live for one hour on May 15, 2012, at 11:00am PST.

“No matter where a chiropractor is in his or her business, everyone can use inspiration,” said Robert Moberg, President of ChiroTouch. “We’re thrilled to be able to share Dr. DeMoss’ dynamic, tell-it-like-it-is presentation as part of our series of webinars.”

An energetic and charismatic speaker with a hardcore heavy metal attitude, Billy D has gained international notoriety for hosting the world’s largest chiropractic party, California Jam, the chiropractic festival of philosophy, rock-n-roll, and inspiration. Based in Newport Beach, California, Billy D’s business savvy combined with his significant contributions to the advancement of the chiropractic profession worldwide has earned him the title of “West Coast Chiropractor of the Year, 2010.’” Outside of running one the most successful practices in Orange County, he is also known for his no holds barred approach to telling it as it is, particularity when it comes to promoting an inside out approach to health and wellness.

chirotouchcomputer2Chiropractic software designed from the ground up to maximize efficiencies for virtually every process, including patient self check-in, scheduling, SOAP notes, billing, interoffice communication and more, ChiroTouch has developed its HIPAA-compliant system to drastically reduce the time it takes to perform tasks that chiropractors are already doing. That gives chiropractors more time to see more patients—resulting in increased referrals, improved efficiencies, and a direct, measurable impact on practice profitability.

Other recent webinar topics include ‘Art of the Close,’ ‘Building Value in Your Practice and Equity in Your Business,’ and ‘HITECH Stimulus Act Updates.’ The ChiroTouch webinar programs and the attendees have benefited from speakers such as Dr. Patrick Gentempo, Dr. Bob Hoffman, Dr. Eric Plasker, Dr. Ron Oberstein, Dr. Mark Ott, Dr. Brad Glowaki, Stanley Greenfield, and many more. This cross-section of the most influential and recognized coaches and speakers has made for a very robust and popular series of webinars.

To join Dr. DeMoss, visit https://www2.gotomeeting.com/register/366089218

About ChiroTouch

ChiroTouch, by Integrated Practice Solutions Inc., is the premier provider of fully-certified innovative chiropractic software technology solutions for the chiropractic industry. Fusing advanced software systems with superior support services, we partner with chiropractors across the country to help them automate operations, improve patient care, and increase profitability. Visit www.chirotouch.com.

 
Instrument Adjustment Pioneer Dr. Arlan Fuhr to Speak at 2012 European Chiropractors’ Union Conference
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Thursday, 10 May 2012 15:01

amsterdamECU2012May 9th, 2012 (PHOENIX) – Activator® Methods International, developer of the only instrument adjusting technique and Activator Adjusting Instruments with clinical trials to support their efficacy, is pleased to announce that Dr. Arlan Fuhr will provide a lecture and workshop at the upcoming European Chiropractors’ Union (ECU) Conference in Amsterdam, May 17th – 19th.

“The ECU represents 20 national chiropractic associations and pursues the interests of chiropractic through science and research,” commented Dr. Fuhr, CEO and Co-Founder of Activator Methods International, and recipient of the prestigious World Federation of Chiropractic’s Honour Award. “Science and research form the basis of our every approach at Activator Methods, and I look forward to sharing our technique, instruments, and studies with the ECU membership.”

ArlanWFuhrDCThe Activator Method worldwide is the most widely used low-force chiropractic technique in the world. With more than 45 years of empirical study and over 25 years of clinical research to support it, the Activator Method requires the use of the Activator Adjusting Instrument to deliver consistent, low-force, high-speed chiropractic adjustments.

The European Chiropractors’ Union was formed in 1932 between Great Britain, Belgium, Sweden and Switzerland as a way to pursue the science of the profession though research, teaching publications and legal activities. Each year the ECU holds an international convention as part of their tradition, and as a vehicle for introducing new findings to the field through this highly anticipated scientific event.

On Friday, May 18th, Dr. Fuhr will be teaching a workshop entitled, “Activator Methods-A Clinical Introduction to the Basic Scan Protocol.” The purpose of this workshop is to introduce the doctor to the methodology of AMCT, which includes chiropractic theory, analysis and basic adjusting methodology.

On Saturday, May 19th, Dr. Fuhr will present, “Spinal Care for the Elderly-Is Activator Method a Preferable Treatment Option?”, a lecture based on the three demographic/ epidemiological studies, twenty-five case studies, and four clinical trials.

 

About Activator Methods International, Ltd.

AMI_ECU_PR_May9The Activator Method Chiropractic Technique®, developed 45 years ago by Phoenix-based Activator Methods International, has become the second most-widely used chiropractic technique, and is in use daily by 70 percent of all chiropractors. Today, the technique is taught in nearly every college in the United States and abroad, and in professional seminars throughout the year. Visit www.activator.com to learn more, sign up for seminars provided worldwide, or request the Activator Adjusting Instrument.

 
NWHSU President, Dr. Mark Zeigler, Has Elected to Retire
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Written by TAC Staff   
Thursday, 03 May 2012 15:56

 

DATE: April 30, 2012

Northwestern Health Sciences University announced today that its president, Dr. Mark Zeigler, has elected to retire effective immediately. The university’s board of trustees confirmed that Provost Dr. Michael Wiles will serve as Interim President.

“We thank Dr. Zeigler for his service to the university these past six years. We wish Mark and Gae well in their future endeavors,” said Dr. Kent Erickson, chairman of the board of trustees. “We are confident that the university will continue to move forward without interruption under Dr. Wiles’ leadership and with the strong, continued support of the faculty and staff.”

president-zeiglerDr. Zeigler provided the following statement:

“This decision was made after much careful consideration and prayer. It allows Gae and me to pursue new opportunities and direction for our lives.

“I am very proud of the university’s accomplishments during the past six years: a new strategic direction and focus on integration in educational and clinical programs, expanded donor relationships, successful North Central and individual program accreditation, and expansion of the undergraduate and graduate degree programs have enhanced the university’s status as a leader in natural health care education. The new Greenawalt Library, the Wolfe-Harris Center for Clinical Studies, the Standard Process Healing Garden, and modernization of classrooms has improved the quality of both faculty and student experience. Additionally, the Center for Health Care Innovation and Policy positions Northwestern as a leader in shaping health care policy and in developing new care delivery models and relationships.

“The university is an exceptional organization with committed and engaged employees, faculty, partners and especially its alumni. I wish continued success to the entire NWHSU community and look forward to watching it move ahead. We are grateful for the tremendous opportunity offered us by NWHSU; it will always be a special part of our lives.”

 

 
Demandforce News
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Written by TAC Staff   
Monday, 23 April 2012 14:45

DemandMore

Demand more. Demandforce.

Our customers love the results they get from Demandforce. After all, we’re the leader in automated marketing, with the most powerful technology, and best-in-class features. But being the best means we never settle. Being the best means always demanding more from ourselves.

May 2012, Demandforce gets even better with 87 new features, including more innovation, more connections and more success.

demandforceWith more innovation, we bring our customers new and improved campaign features. We sync with the management system and provide specific customer and appointment information to drive more revenue and reach the right customer at the right time. In just minutes, our customers can send unlimited customized and segmented emails. And with our updated Demandforce Campaigns, they can upload images, edit content and change the look and feel of emails instantly. It’s that easy.

Demandforce has also expanded to more connections within its network to include Citysearch, Insiderpages, yp.com and Bing -  increasing our customers visibility to tens of million more consumers.  Our customer business information and certified reviews are now syndicated to more places across the Web, automatically. Best of all, customers can schedule appointments directly from those websites and that activity is automatically tracked. We show our customers where each of their appointments come from they can do more of what works.

And with more success, we expanded the Demandforce Network to give our customers unlimited and unprecedented access to every consumer who is connected to Demandforce in their local area. The Demandforce network helps attract high quality customers, increase business awareness and increase revenue, making our businesses much more successful.

And all of that is merely just a glimpse of everything new and exciting.

More innovation, more connections and more success. Demand more. Demandforce. May 2012.
www.demandforce.com/more

 
National University Students Present Posters at Sports Medicine Event
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Thursday, 19 April 2012 20:30

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Lombard - Six National University students have been selected to present posters at the 2012 American Chiropractic Board of Sports Physicians Sports Medicine National Symposium held the last week in April in Portland, Oregon. They've worked on the posters in conjunction with faculty member, Dr. Thomas Solecki, who has been bringing students to the event since 2008.

This year, student presenters include Rich Ulm, Theresa Gay, Ashley Boller, Miravone Dorough, Nate Porcher and Joe Pizowkin. These students have been in Dr. Solecki's functional rehabilitation or elective courses at NUHS, studying clinical sports medicine applications.

This year's NUHS student poster topics include:soleckithomas

  • Gluteal Activation in Combination with Active Release Therapy in the Treatment of Illiotibial Band Friction Syndrome.
  • Treatment of Muscular Imbalance in 23-Year-Old Male Athlete with Femoral Intramedullary Enchondroma.
  • Successful Treatment of Thoracic Outlet Syndrome and Cervical Disc Herniation Causing C6-7 Radiculopathy via McKenzie Technique®, Reflex Locomotion, Active Release Technique® and Chiropractic Manipulation.
  • Use of Active Conservative Care Techniques in Complex Regional Pain Syndrome.
  • Sports Related Concussions: Are These Athletes Really Ready to Return to Play?
  • Chronic Traumatic Encephalitis and Early Onset Neurodegenerative Disorders: New Defining Evidence.

Dr. Solecki says that involving students in research was one of his main missions when he arrived at NUHS. "Right now, I have four research projects I'm working on with students. My latest publication, co-authored by student Kurt Hostnick, began as a poster presentation for this very same sports medicine symposium." That article came out this month in the Journal of Chiropractic Medicine.

Evidence based practice is a key component of National University's curriculum. "Working together with faculty on research posters is a great way to involve the students in work that can provide additional resources to the chiropractic profession, and give them
motivation to publish their research," says Solecki.

 
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