From the Director's Desk
Director's Desk
Written by Joseph P. Busch, B.A., D.C.   
Tuesday, 19 July 2011 20:49 Read : 1549 times

C1_TAC_Vol33No7_144xOne individual who is really helping to shift barriers in communication between the allopathic profession and the chiropractic profession is Dr. David Brady, Vice-Provost of Health Sciences at the University of Bridgeport.  A graduate of Texas Chiropractic College, Dr. Brady has unique insight and perspective to offer from his experience through his work.  Read more in this thought provoking interview of a modern day pioneer, at the forefront of the new frontier known as integrative healthcare.

It’s summer-time! As you’re sitting around the pool, enjoying the family, or people watching others around the pool, you may decide this is the perfect time to refine your technique, so take a look at the article, “Thoracic Kyphosis, Part I," by Dr. Deed Harrison.  We’ve got a little bit of everything, just for you this July edition.

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For The American Chiropractor,

Joseph Busch, B.A., D.C.



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