The theme of this issue is 'compassion'. We present 10 commissioned, short narratives from multiple perspectives within and beyond chiropractic. Even our radiography can be guided by compassion.
Our 25 case reports and 7 clinical science papers also encompass the idea in some way and we pause to remember a passionate chiropractor, Dr Phil Williams.
Our next issue, late December for your ‘end-of-year’ reading, will bring you some current thinking on the place of subluxation in chiropractic.
Our love and our support is shared to all readers during these dark days.
The Chiropractic Assistant: A moment with Dad
The Dentist: The value of compassion in dentistry
The Physiatrist: The importance of compassion in a medical physiatry practice
The Psychotherapist: The value of compassion in the psychotherapeutic encounter
The Philosophical Chiropractor: Compassion is the key to Patient Compliance and ‘paradigm shift acceptance’ for Chiropractic patients
The Acupuncturist: Compassion and conception: Back to the basics of being a person
The Chiropractic Clinician/Scientist: Channeling healing energy: The value of compassion in the chiropractic clinical setting
The Doctor of Physical Therapy: Healing Effects of Compassion
The Chiropractic Radiologist: Exercising compassion through chiropractic radiography & radiology
The Medical Urologist: The importance of compassion in a medical urology practice
With thanks to
Chris Chippendale MChiro DC PgCert MRCC(Pain)
Clinical Director, Sevenoaks & Beckenham Chiropractic Clinics
Director, Patient Centred Training
Compassion is action, not just signs ...
Pediatric Chiropractic 3e
Claudia Anrig DC, Gregory Plaugher DC
This Journal respects Plaugher and Anrig and welcomes this third edition of their seminal text on chiropractic peaediatrics.
This long-awaited release takes the valuable second edition to a whole new level, offering new chapters, full-colour photos, illustrations, and tables to provide the family wellness chiropractor and the student of chiropractic a valuable reference manual covering all aspects of care for the paediatric and prenatal populations. Internationally recognised authorities Claudia Anrig, DC and Gregory Plaugher, DC have invited the leaders in their fields to contribute to this precedent-setting textbook and now offer even more valuable information for the practitioner.
The book comes with a scratch-to-reveal code which is meant to provide access to an e-version; it did not work in my case. Perhaps this is due to me receiving a complimentary 'Author's' copy. Should the Journal receive a copy to review we shall give it to a reader.