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  • Palmer College of Chiropractic Blogs
    way toward becoming Palmer chiropractors Find out what it s really like to be part of the founding college of chiropractic You can also leave comments and ask questions Our bloggers would love to hear from you What is Chiropractic Connect with us Future Chiropractors Palmer College Homecoming Prospective Student Events Throughout the year Palmer College offers special Prospective Student Events PSE that attract future chiropractors from all over the world Join us for PSEs during our campus Homecomings and Saturday Campus Visits Check out our current schedule and register for one of our great events Visit Palmer and Find Your New Home Visiting Palmer is a sure way to find out if the College is the right fit for you Regular campus visits are held each Monday and Friday that classes are in session but you can also schedule a visit to fit your schedule Contact us today to schedule your campus visit so you can discover your chiropractic home away from home Palmer s Ambassadors Campus Guides The Palmer Campus Guides are an esteemed group of student leaders on each of Palmer s campuses They are ambassadors for the College and act as mentors tour guides and representatives

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  • Blogs | Palmer College of Chiropractic Blogs
    register for one of our great events Visit Palmer and Find Your New Home Visiting Palmer is a sure way to find out if the College is the right fit for you Regular campus visits are held each Monday and Friday that classes are in session but you can also schedule a visit to fit your schedule Contact us today to schedule your campus visit so you can discover your

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    Palmer and Find Your New Home Visiting Palmer is a sure way to find out if the College is the right fit for you Regular campus visits are held each Monday and Friday that classes are in session but you can also schedule a visit to fit your schedule Contact us today to schedule your campus visit so you can discover your chiropractic home away from home Palmer s Ambassadors

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    campus alumnus curriculum internship kids west patients 9th trimester diagnosis philosophy clinical trials first year clinic abroad Chiropractic 3rd trimester chiropractor intern excited life after Palmer seminar Campus campus visit WHO students College schedule Florida What is Chiropractic Connect with us Future Chiropractors Palmer College Homecoming Prospective Student Events Throughout the year Palmer College offers special Prospective Student Events PSE that attract future chiropractors from all over the world Join us for PSEs during our campus Homecomings and Saturday Campus Visits Check out our current schedule and register for one of our great events Visit Palmer and Find Your New Home Visiting Palmer is a sure way to find out if the College is the right fit for you Regular campus visits are held each Monday and Friday that classes are in session but you can also schedule a visit to fit your schedule Contact us today to schedule your campus visit so you can discover your chiropractic home away from home Palmer s Ambassadors Campus Guides The Palmer Campus Guides are an esteemed group of student leaders on each of Palmer s campuses They are ambassadors for the College and act as mentors tour guides and representatives of the

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    Your New Home Visiting Palmer is a sure way to find out if the College is the right fit for you Regular campus visits are held each Monday and Friday that classes are in session but you can also schedule a visit to fit your schedule Contact us today to schedule your campus visit so you can discover your chiropractic home away from home Palmer s Ambassadors Campus Guides The

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  • Palmer College of Chiropractic Blogs
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  • Alumni Blog
    has changed We can do twice as much in half as much time Our modern world is amazing and we can only presume that our grandchildren will look back on our modern era as quaint and archaic as new inventions come along Grandpa you actually watched movies on a plain big screen television instead of in the 3 D hologram portal chamber But the one thing that hasn t changed and hopefully will never change is the need for ethics morality honesty integrity and altruism that chiropractors must generate with their patients No amount of technology can compensate for sham treatments unethical care or short cuts when it comes to patient care Patients are also more sophisticated now They expect to know the how and the why not just the what of the care you re giving them Sadly with modernization has also come some short cuts in patient care among some chiropractors Junk science is sadly still too alive and well within our profession Treatment plans that plan out a year in advance on the first visit are not ethical Ignoring X ray guidelines to generate a revenue stream into your clinic when films are not needed is dishonest and immoral We have been slow as a profession to modernize our thinking We still fear guidelines and fight to find our own true identity as a profession While we want to embrace the modern world this does not mean we want to embrace a less ethical world We cannot claim to be equal partners at the health care table when we still cling to outdated and implausible case management habits Differential diagnosis and critical thought has been slow in making a foundation for the chiropractic profession which still relies on health models from the 1800s We struggle to modernize ourselves though we long ago accepted the modern world We struggle with defining ourselves as a profession We struggle with money which risks compromises that can poison the chiropractic well for future generations To new graduates I would urge you to be cautious on accepting every scam wind that blows through the chiropractic profession If you want to be successful above all else be grounded in ethics science and evidence based care The best way to make the most money is to make yourself the best doctor you can be The rest will follow when the core is abundantly constructed Practice gurus bogus techniques and eternal treatment plans are also inventions of this modern world But though we embrace shortcuts in our time requirements we need to also be wise enough to reject any shortcuts in our ethics Ethics have never changed Loving your patients more than yourself has never changed And hopefully they never will Garth Aamodt D C PCC 12 82 www aamodtchiro com Everyone needs a mentor or two Posted by minda on Friday June 21st 2013 I think some students may not realize the importance of a mentor While in school of course we had our favorite teachers and clinicians that we connected with and sought their opinions But for me I never really had a specific mentor I was content with the fact that after graduation I would have numerous doctors I could call for help When I moved back home I received mixed responses from the other Chiropractors Some were barely friendly while others were glad to offer their ear if needed One doctor in particular was welcoming and indeed this was refreshing for me I had no other option but to start my own practice there were no doctors hiring associates and none willing to let me join them even as an exam doctor I live on an island and commuting wasn t an option for me So I went for it I had to Luckily I became friends with another doctor and ended up working for him part time As a new business owner and new doctor in a seasonal location I had to find a part time job So I started working for him simply running his office This is hardly the ideal situation for a new Chiropractor but I had to work somewhere and I thought this was acceptable since I was still in a Chiropractor s office Months later this doctor has become my mentor and I ve realized that this relationship is invaluable for a new doctor and new business owner Although I graduated with full confidence of my ability to diagnose and treat spinal complaints I quickly realized that there was a huge gap in my education Not that I blame Palmer at all it s just that much of it is learned by trial and error Although I am glad that I started my own business right out of school I highly recommend to whomever chooses to go this route to have a mentor Right now I am still running my mentor s office part time which is another invaluable experience Even though I ve worked in customer service before working in a doctor s office is completely different I have a whole new respect for the person who runs the front desk Luckily I also have my mentor s team as a resource as well Not only have they been in business for 20 years but their insurance knowledge is vast Even if we covered more on insurances in school it probably would not be enough Much of what I ve learned for insurance has been trial and error so having another resource is essential Although both the ACA and my state organization provide doctors with insurance resources it s not enough A mentor is an important resource and they can be valuable for your practice growth Not only am I able to discuss patient cases and get a second opinion if needed I can easily access a successful business model remove some of the stress of the insurance maze that is often overwhelming and improve my own personal and business skills But perhaps most

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