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Osteopathic medicine provides all of the benefits of modern medicine including prescription drugs, surgery, and the use of technology to diagnose disease and evaluate injury. It also offers the added benefit of hands-on diagnosis and treatment through a system of therapy known as osteopathic manipulative medicine. So did you hear about one of the latest books written by F.Ricard called "OSTEOPATHIC TREATMENT OF THE LOW BACK PAIN AND SCIATICA CAUSED BY DISC PROLAPSE" which represents the results of 20 years of treating disc prolapse. What do you think about Osteopathic medicine? Is it beneficial or not? You could find more details here: (link deleted --mods)
I've worked in Integrated Physical Medicine for 3.5 yrs now. The offices are co-owned by an MD and a Chiropractor and I make $115K/yr. My questions are...... Has anyone worked with a Chiropractor who tends to over step his/ boundaries regarding medical patient care? Does the Chiro have a difficult time understanding that he/she is not your boss but you are colleagues? Have you ever instructed the staff to do one thing (medically related) and the Chiro goes behind your back and instructs the staff to do the opposite of what you said? I understand I do not sign their checks, but I am the Health Care Provider in the office. Have you ever felt as if the Chiro cares more about what services and which DMEs can be billed and how much money can be made from the patient vs what the patient actually needs. I've had similar experiences in 3 different offices and yes I've had to get the Supervising Physician involved a few times. l really enjoy Physical Medicine but I do not think I can work with a Chiropractor any longer. Has anyone else had these type of experiences.