Flip Class 1 – Year 2

The following presents a collection of links and my brief thoughts on a variety of technique systems used by chiropractors: Diversified http://chiro-online.com/lc/principles/module6/diversified.html Diversified technique is the equivalent of being spiritual without belonging to a specific denomination. It takes ideas from many narrowly scoped named techniques, without any defined rules for what and how it envelopes … Continue reading Flip Class 1 – Year 2

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B&E – Module 1 Reflection

My business idea, briefly, is as follows: Graduate CMCC in 2020 with approximately $200,000 in debt. Ideally, I'll have found a workable business opportunity before graduation, with a contract signed contingent on graduation, licensing and securing adequate funding. My ideal business is purchasing a chiropractic practice from a retiring Doctor, with a transition period of … Continue reading B&E – Module 1 Reflection

Reflection: Law & Legislation

The laws, legislation and regulatory bodies surrounding the chiropractic profession are perhaps the element of chiropractic that I and seemingly the rest of the public has the hardest time wrapping our heads around. Chiropractic is governed under the Canada Health Act, with definitions, rights, privileges and responsibilities clearly outlined by the federal and provincial governments. … Continue reading Reflection: Law & Legislation

Reflection: Professionalism & Ethics

A core aspect of being a member of the chiropractic profession is the simple fact that you are a professional and with that comes certain privileges and responsibilities. Public trust in professionals is very important, particularly when health care professions are concerned. My personal experience reflects an idea that in general, the public has a … Continue reading Reflection: Professionalism & Ethics

Reflection: Chiropractic Theories

  The many theories that exist and have existed concerning what a chiropractic adjustment or manipulation does, clinically, physiologically and psychologically varies from very plausible and in very likely true, to outdated and categorically false. One of the oldest theories is the bone out of place model which I am very pleased CMCC teaches only … Continue reading Reflection: Chiropractic Theories

Reflection: Philosophy of Science & Chiropractic Philosophy

The discussion surrounding philosophy of science and specifically philosophy of chiropractic was to be quite blunt, very frustrating. I acknowledge that it is critical to learn about the beliefs held by many of the most influential chiropractors throughout history, to be informed about why it is we do what we do, and why things were … Continue reading Reflection: Philosophy of Science & Chiropractic Philosophy