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By Kelley Pendleton, DC
When given an option, it stands to reason that people prefer to do business with those they know, like, and trust. However in today's world – where your patients can exhaustively research their condition, diagnosis, treatment options, and treatment providers – they may have formed their opinion of you before you've even met. If that's the case, how can you help people get to know, like, and trust you – before they meet you – in order for them to want to become a patient in your practice?
Our bodies are made up of cells, inside these cells are our genetic material called genes. Genes are arranged on a rod type structure called a chromosome and carry all of our inherited traits. Normally, each nucleus carries 23 pairs of chromosomes with half being inherited from each parent. In the event that a child has a full or partial extra copy of Chromosome 21, the individual will have a congenital disorder known as Down Syndrome.
By Debbie Roberts, LMT
I can assure you they didn't use this as a case history when I was in school. One of the reasons would be it was not very popular to get a tattoo or have permanent make up done in 1988, but the celebrities that we see in the movies and on television have changed all of that. Demand for permanent make-up has grown exponentially over the past few years thanks to the trend for bold, statement eyebrows like those of Duchess of Cambridge or model-of-the-moment Cara Delevingne.
By Derek R. Austin, PT, DPT, MS, BCTMB, CSCS, Renee Stenbjorn, BS, MPA, LMT, April Neufeld BS, LMP - Massage Therapy Foundation Contributors
If you did not already have enough reasons to get a stress-busting, mood-lifting, pain-relieving massage, this month's Massage Therapy Foundation research review details another great benefit of massage therapy. Promising research suggests that massage therapy can lower blood pressure.
The importance of reflection in therapeutic communication.
By Ben Benjamin, PhD
One of the key components of effective communication with clients is attentive listening. Individuals who communicate well are frequently described as being good listeners. On its own, however, simply listening isn't enough to have a positive impact on a conversation. Typically, people perceived as good listeners don't just sit back and passively absorb what someone else says; they show that they've heard and understood what was said by reflecting.
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