Before our Blog evolved, this was one of our most popular sections. It started out as a
section focusing on political issues. It slowly
evolved into an electronic newspaper-magazine. It is
updated frequently and has a wealth of news and
commentaries. The purely political focus of this
section is now a memory.
The forms section has been with us since the beginning
and continues to grow. We have forms on almost every
topic. After the number of forms grew, we started
woking on "real time" report generators for your use.
Our next step will be to have repeat visitors not have
to re-enter their basic information.
One of our most popular sections, the LINKS first began by
giving us access to various link categories arranged by topic, then expanded into current news, articles, and chiropractic research.
It's growth, both in size and use has been phenomenal.
In 2001, its creator began developing new sections at
Chiro.Org, based on some of the more popular information located in the LINKS
Our Graphics and Images section has Chiropractic
graphics and places to get more health-care related
images. Images have been contributed from various
sources. This section continues to grow.
- Research Journals
Our Journal Archive provides article summaries to
journals of interest to Chiropractors. When first
begun, there were full abstracts from Spine. With the
changes to the Internet, we now have a page of great
This section contains articles supporting the benefits of chiropractic care for children and women during pregnancy. This section contains an in-depth section on ADD/ADHD, pediatric articles of interest, and links to the national pediatric associations.
- Chiropractic Assistants
This section contains many useful articles on issues like billing and coding, patient education, practice management, and personal growth.
- New Chiropractors Section
The New DC section has been with us since the
beginning. This page is dedicated to providing the
information the new practitioner needs to begin,
maintain and run a smooth, productive office.
Seasoned DC's may also find this information
- Chiropractic Case Studies
This section is designed to encourage Chiropractors in
the field to present case studies to their colleagues.
It also includes a broad collection of Case Studies from peer-reviewed journals.
This section is devoted to a full description of what is considered “complete” patient file documentation by National Associations and Third party Payors.
- Chiropractic Abstracts
This is another great section that has been with us
for years and continues to grow. It features abstracts
pertaining to Chiropractic Practice, arranged
according to topic.
- Chiropractic Research
This section includes research articles, abstracts, and information pertaining to the growing body of Chiropractic Research.
This section provides non-solicitous nutrition information, including articles of interest, citations regarding the benefits of various vitamins, minerals and herbals, and links to other sites of value.
This section contains information about acupuncture, meridians, ryodoraku, and a host of information relating to this ancient analysis technique.
- RC Schafer
This section contains 28 rehabilitation monographs donated to Chiro.Org by R. C. Schafer, DC, PhD, FICC, the most-published chiropractic author.
- Alternative Medicine Abstracts
This is an extensive collection of peer-reviewed articles on alternative or complementary forms of health care.
- The Chiropractic History Section
Joseph C. Keating, Jr., Ph.D generously donated this massive archive of historical documents to the profession.
- Radiology Section
This section offers an x-ray report generator, KvP chart, and a Positioning Guide, as well as access to a variety of articles on radiography and diagnosis.