Did you know that chiropractors are educated in nationally accredited, four-year doctoral graduate school programs through a curriculum that includes a minimum of 4,200 hours of classroom, laboratory and clinical internship, with the average program equivalent in classroom hours to medical schools? Get the facts on chiropractic education here:
The Perfect Gift for the “Hard to Buy For” Person on Your Shopping List
We’ve just received a shipment of Chiroflow Waterbase pillows, and new this year, the ChiroFlow Gel Memory Foam Waterbase pillow. The soft memory foam layer gently cradles your head so you fall asleep faster and stay comfortable,
and is “Cool Gel” infused and ventilated to stay cool all night.
The Chiroflow Professional Premium Waterbase Pillow has been clinically proven to reduce neck pain and improve quality of sleep for patients who used it. Filled with ordinary tap water, with no need to add chemicals, this 20″
x 28″ pillow fits in any standard or queen-size pillowcase and offers unsurpassed comfort. Patients lie on a layer of cushioned hypoallergenic polyester that floats atop a layer of water for unbelievably comfortable, pain-free, restful sleep. Get a great night’s sleep and wake up feeling wonderful, perhaps for the first time in years, with the Chiroflow Professional Premium Waterbase Pillow.
North Carolina chiropractors are getting educated about laser therapy!
Dr. Christopher Carraway of New Bern, North Carolina, has spent much of November 2015 traveling to Wilmington, Charlotte and Fayetteville teaching continuing education classes to help doctors learn about the benefits of laser therapy for their patients. Each class was 12 hours in length, and included information such as the science behind laser therapy, the latest breaking research, and proper treatment protocols. The doctors were able to get hands-on experience using state-of-the-art Multi Radiance Medical laser equipment, and Dr. Carraway was able to share some of his case studies with the classes. All in all, the doctors left with a deeper understanding of how low level laser therapy works and how to use it effectively to treat their own patients. For Dr. Carraway, teaching these classes is very rewarding. “I sincerely hope that more doctors will begin using laser therapy in their practices, because that means more and more patients can reap the benefits.”
On Thursday, November 5, our office will be closed. Dr. Carraway will be teaching Low Level Laser Technique in Wilmington, North Carolina. We will re-open on Friday and resume our regular schedule.