From the Director’s Desk


Who among us has not had a sports injury of some kind?  Everyone, right?  Even the mere aches and pains of emerging from a winter slumber can be the trigger that leaves one incapacitated for a short time, the fruits of re-acquiring the “summer condition.”  Well, believe it or not, Chiropractors have caught on to this cycle, and some have actually created  a very impressive client base treating patients who want to be able to move better, more efficiently, in a way which will subsequently eradicate many of the aches and pains that they otherwise experience.  We think this is such an important segment of society, that we’ve committed this issue to focusing on Sports Chiropractic and Rehab options that are out there.  Welcome to the January, 2011 issue of The American Chiropractor Magazine.

You may have noticed on the cover someone that appears a bit out of the ordinary.  This label isn’t one that offends the man. Dr. Kenzo Kase is known around the world as the founder of Kinesio Taping.  His story is thought provoking to say the least, and an important one to learn from.  Take a look at the interview on page 18.

The website  is up and running now, full speed ahead.  The great features of the new site are the ability to comment on the articles, as well as to discuss some of the great stories you read there in the forum, or simply to search in our archived database of years past.  Register Today!  Oh, and be sure to look for the cool The American Chiropractor Magazine App in the Apple I store, coming soon.

Here’s to a great 2011!


For The American Chiropractor,

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

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