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Written by Joseph P. Busch, B.A., D.C.   
Thursday, 01 July 2010 13:55 Read : 876 times

Welcome to the July 2010 edition of The American Chiropractor! This month the feature topics are Philanthropy, Anti-Aging, as well as Retirement. As far as I’m concerned these three things are fundamental to most chiropractors’ practices, well at least the philanthropy and anti-aging part, whether recognized or not. Maybe planning for retirement gets overlooked every once and a while. That’s why you may want to read "Retirement Plans for Small Businesses" starting on page 20, to be sure you don’t miss this opportunity to start planning for the future.

Speaking of retirement, we have an interesting profile of one individual who retired, and tried something a bit off the beaten path. Dr. Jerry Knox had the chance to head to India, and practice as a chiropractor, completely unknown to that part of the world’s health system, and gained a fair bit of perspective as a result. Read Dr. Knox’s narrative of how he is spending some of his retirement, beginning on page 16.

There are plenty of action-packed articles to read, so just take a look to the right on this page at our table of contents. Let us know what you think of the magazine, or the profession, by submitting a letter to the editor at This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it .

All the best, thanks for reading!

For The American Chiropractor

Joseph Busch, D.C.

Managing Director



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