LA Chiropractic Office Circa March 2006

By Michael Dorausch, D.C. I was speaking with Dr. James Von Hipple recently regarding a new chiropractic practice he will be opening soon in the Inland Empire, of California. James wanted to know if I had any pictures of chiropractic offices, so that he could get some ideas for layouts of his new space. I told him I had lots of photos, but I didn’t realize how many I actually had, until I began browsing a hard drive that had chiropractic photos on it (I have several). From what I can see, I have office photo archives of about 30 […]

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Career and Contininuing Edu

By Michael Dorausch, D.C. I’m at an internet conference in Santa Clara today and someone from the platform was speaking about image in search. They were saying that sometims people find articles based on image searches and that people should be paying closer attention to the images that exist inside their content. I performed some searches on articles appearing on Planet Chiropractic and our Blog Pages to see which articles may be getting additional traffic as a result of the photos imbededded into the posts. The first article I found was about Career Nights for people seeking to become chiropractors. […]

Collection of Chiropractic Love Stories

By Michael Dorausch, D.C. While preparing an article for this morning’s chiropractic news, I was reviewing about nine years of chiropractic content related to topics like Valentine’s Day, service inside the office, thoughts on the profession, and general topics of love and happiness. With Valentine’s Day 2008 approaching, I thought I’d put together a collection of those articles for your reading pleasure. Subluxations get on your nerves. A photo from our chiropractic office in February of 2007, with a little bit of Valentine spirit added. Rather than discuss each article, I’m just going to provide a list of those I […]

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Ear Infections, Antibiotics, and Chiropractic for Kids

By Michael Dorausch, D.C. A friend of mine in Ohio was asking me recently if I had any resources related to kids and ear infections, and children receiving chiropractic care. I searched through some of the archived articles on Planet Chiropractic, and found several related topics. The first was an article about the chiropractic natural approach to children with ear infections. The article talks about many causes of ear infections, including allergies, teething, fever, and viral infection. To clear up common misconceptions the article states… Chiropractors do not check and adjust a child the same as adults. This common misconception […]

By Michael Dorausch, D.C. Someone was in the ADIO Chiropractic office today and we were having a discussion about our January 2008 birthday board. They reminded me about the birthday board post from September of 2007 and I remembered there was a photo taken of the December birthday board, which was going to be used with the 2008 success tips post. Since I forgot to post it in December a thought I’d post it today. These dry erase whiteboards are less than $50 at most office superstores and places like Costco. I think even IKEA has whiteboards and marker sets, […]

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By Michael Dorausch, D.C. I don’t know if they still do this in the USA but in Panama Ronald McDonald still goes around to hospitals and orphanages to visit kids there. During one chiropractic mission to Panama (I think in 2003) a chiropractor from Florida met crossed paths with Ronald at one of the child centers. What Nice Red Hair You Have Childrens volunteer gets a chiropractic checkup and adjustment while outside a child center in one of Panamas many provinces. The facility in the background is a gymnasium and they are interesting in the way they are designed and […]

WGA Strike Affecting Stress Levels

By Michael Dorausch, D.C. I’m not the only chiropractor in West LA that has been effected by the writers strike. I’ve spoken to a number of my colleagues and have heard similar reports: an increase in office visits the first two weeks of the strike, a decrease in visits to studios and filming locations, a growing number of stress related complaints from those working in the industry (not necessarily writers). In the beginning several of our patients were excited about the time off, with some even bringing their poodles along for visits, since they were out doing errands instead of […]

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