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First Steps to the PANRE

20th January 2012
The PANRE needs to passed at least one time every six years in order to maintain your certification. The test is managed by the NCCPA. It is made up of 240 questions and is just a little more than four hours long. If want to keep your certification you... Read >
Author: Brian Wallace PA-C

Technology Can Help Chiropractors Say Good-Bye to Handwritten SOAP Notes

06th January 2012
Dr. David Bohn, DC maker of QuickSOAP Notes for Chiropractic, gets many phone calls every week from fellow Chiropractor's who persist on writing handwritten chiropractic forms or old, obsolete computer system technology. Why do they continue down this pat... Read >
Author: Mr. K

Correct distorted thinking and challenge fears

07th July 2010
Cognitive-behavioral techniques are and alcohol from your diet Many people think that if they have a glass of wine just before they go to bed it can help them sleep better. It puts you to sleep, but it also wakes you up prematurely. You dont have good qua... Read >
Author: peterth

Types of Nursing Jobs - How Many Nursing Career Oppertunities Are There?

13th October 2009
There are many different types of doctors in the medical field so it would make sense that there are various types of nursing jobs available also. Most people don't realize just how many nursing job opportunities there are in the medical field today. The ... Read >
Author: Cathy Somers

Dermatology Appointments: Know Before You Go

17th August 2009
Dermatology is a medical specialty that covers a wide array of skin conditions. From breakouts to mole removal, your dermatologist is well-equipped to address any and all of your skin-related needs. When you call to make an appointment with a dermatolo... Read >
Author: Yodle

Radiofrequency Neurolysis of Facet Joint

23rd May 2007
What is radiofrequency ablation (RFA)? Radiofrequency is a means of interrupting pain signals. An electrical current produced by radio waves is used to heat up a small area of nerve tissue, thereby decreasing pain signals from that specific area suppli... Read >
Author: BrainBox

Trichologist FAQs

04th June 2006
Trichologist FAQs What Is The Origin Of The Word Trichologist? The word Trichologist originated in Greece. Trikhos is the Greek word meaning hair. What Is A Trichologist? A Trichologist is a hair stylist that is trained to recognize the sympto... Read >
Author: Ian Major
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