From the Director’s Desk

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C1 TAC Vol34No12 144xA consistent, low cost, and effective method of analysis for delivering high quality nutritional recommendations is something that has been pursued by scores of doctors in their mission to deliver optimum health to their patients. One man who has actually completed this mission is Dr. Howard Loomis.  In this December issue, seize the moment, and learn about this unique method of evaluation, as well as the administration of nutritional enzyme supplements, beginning on page 18.
The common mission of executing and delivering high quality patient care is something that not only D.C.’s are interested in achieving, but also M.D.’s. With this sort of perspective on the healthcare system, Dr. William Owens is inviting family practice residents at the State University of New York Buffalo School of Medicine into his clinic to shadow him, as an elective course, so the residents may learn exactly what goes on in today’s chiropractic clinic. Read more on page 42.
This issue also features chiropractic technique. Although many of these techniques for manual therapy originated in chiropractic, they are in no way restricted to exclusive chiropractic use.  Students include PT’s, MD’s, DC’s, and other manual therapists. Most DC’s use a variety of techniques to get their patients back out in the public, to enjoy a better quality of life. Learn more about three current techniques this issue, Manual Neuroscience Method, Trigenics®, and the Pettibon System, by finding them on the table of contents, to the right.
Enjoy this December issue of The American Chiropractor! 
Season’s Greetings!

Joseph Busch, D.C.

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