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In B.C., chiropractors set to be one of the first professions to return from COVID-19 lockdown

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Let’s face it: Opportunities to ‘specialize’ in practice

While we do have some specialties, like rehabilitation, sports injury, research, etc., there are no true specialists focusing on a specific part of the body, or a specific subset of the population with the exception of the chiropractic radiology specialty. So I made myself into a true “specialist.” My focus is in the mechanical rehabilitation of jaw and facial pain, even though I can’t use “specialist” as an official title. I use the phrase “special interest in” when discussing my work in with jaw and facial pain patients. » Read more...