The Benefits of a Multi-specialty Practice

Fennell, Emily
May 2013
American Chiropractor;May2013, Vol. 35 Issue 5, p38
The article discusses the benefits of multi-specialty practice. It states that along with every practitioners unique skills and disciplines; philosophy, science, and art helps to maintain the quality of elements of a patient's recovery process. It mentions that helping others by working together improvises the outcome of the patients' lives and helps to reach the goal of ones own life. It also mentions the effectiveness of joint skills of chiropractors, physical therapists, and medical doctors.


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