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Facebook0Twitter0Google+0Pinterest0Linkedin0TumblrE-Mail0Each year MacPractice reminds our clients of the importance of regular backups in celebration of World Backup Day on March 31. A practice’s backup “hygiene” is key to saving the data and patient health information stored in the MacPractice database, including any x-rays, digital radiography, insurance card scans, or other images that you have attached to...

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5 Reasons To Choose Chiropractic Care After An Auto Accident
Apr09

5 Reasons To Choose Chiropractic Care After An Auto Accident

Facebook0Twitter0Google+0Pinterest0Linkedin0TumblrE-Mail0Car accidents happen every day in the United States, leaving people injured and needing quality medical care. Many people feel fine after car accidents, especially minor ones, and refuse medical treatment. But within a few hours or days, they finally begin to feel the effects of the accident. If you don’t seek care for your injuries after an auto accident, they can turn...

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What Does it Mean to be a Woman in Dentistry? – Oral Health Group

Facebook0Twitter0Google+0Pinterest0Linkedin0TumblrE-Mail0What does it mean to be a woman in dentistry? It means that I acknowledge those that came before me and paved the way for me to be able to graduate from dental school in a cohort of which half the students are women. While we have come so far, we still are presented with a unique set of challenges. Whether it’s balancing owning a practice and having a family or trying to achieve...

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Percutaneous Exposure Incidents in Dentistry – TeethRemoval.com
Apr02

Percutaneous Exposure Incidents in Dentistry – TeethRemoval.com

Facebook0Twitter0Google+0Pinterest0Linkedin0TumblrE-Mail0An interesting article titled “Percutaneous exposure incidents: a review of practice and awareness of current protocols at a Dental Faculty” written by Siddiqi et al. appears in Oral Surgery in 2017 (vol. 10, e80-e87). The article discusses accidental exposure to blood-borne pathogens at the dental office. In the past the possibility of this occurring has been discussed on this...

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Strong support for routine use of radiological imaging in chiropractic?
Mar31

Strong support for routine use of radiological imaging in chiropractic?

Facebook0Twitter0Google+0Pinterest0Linkedin0TumblrE-Mail0This recent article is truly remarkable: There is a faction within the chiropractic profession passionately advocating against the routine use of X-rays in the diagnosis, treatment and management of patients with spinal disorders (aka subluxation). These activists reiterate common false statements such as “there is no evidence” for biomechanical spine assessment by X-ray, “there...

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