Author Jeanne Ohm, DC Articles

Letter From the Editor, Issue #01

We hope you enjoy our new look for our ICPA magazine. We will be sending it out quarterly / seasonally. For future issues we will be offering you the opportunity to purchase additional copies for your patients. Please stay tuned to our Ped Ex...

Letter From the Editor, Issue #02

In the western world, we pride ourselves on our freedom and ability to make choices in our lives. We can carefully evaluate many options and choose accordingly. Perhaps our greatest freedom (although not exercised by many) is to make the choices...

Letter From the Editor, Issue #03

Doctors of Chiropractic have become the second largest primary health care providers in the western world today. Although growing in popularity every day, many people still do not know the true essence of chiropractic care or the vital role...

Letter From the Editor, Issue #04

Health care today is going through a paradigm shift from a symptom, disease based system to a function performance based system. Emphasis for care is being placed on the individual’s ability to regain and maintain a state of well-being....

Letter From the Editor, Issue #05

Doctors of Chiropractic have been working with children since the early days of chiropractic over 100 years ago. Their reliable services have offered parents a safe option for natural health care. The founder of chiropractic, D.D. Palmer, D.C., had...

Letter From the Editor, Issue #06

There is a saying in chiropractic: “Chiropractic Today, for a Better World Tomorrow.” When we personally improve our own lives with chiropractic care, there is a huge ripple effect on the lives of our family, our community and then, yes, our...

Letter From the Editor, Issue #07

On September 18, 2005, the profession of chiropractic is celebrating its 110th birthday. Chiropractic was founded in 1895 by D.D. Palmer and then developed by his son, BJ Palmer into what is now the largest drug-free healing profession in the...

Letter From the Editor, Issue #08

There is a growing awareness that all health care falls into two paradigms or perspectives: vitalism and mechanism. Vitalism is based on the premise that an organized intelligence is present in matter. This energetic force is responsible for the...

Letter From the Editor, Issue #09

As more parents are realizing the real benefits of chiropractic care, they are coming to our offices seeking wellness chiropractic care for their families. In other words, parents are looking for family health care even before their children have...

Letter From the Editor, Issue #10

I just spent the last several days in bed, with a flu and raging fever. The first day I sulked. Who needs this? The second day I fasted on fruit and water. Temperatures were elevating and there were moments of delirium. I anxiously awaited the...

Letter From the Editor, Issue #11

These days, you only need to be remotely tuned to the news media to realize that the use of prescriptions and over-the-counter drugs are frequently more hazardous to our health than helpful. When government agencies are no longer considered capable...

Letter From the Editor, Issue #12

The other day our office assistant informed us that a particular parent had decided to stop having her baby adjusted. When the mother and I discussed this, she told me she had brought her baby to the pediatrician and she had told the mother that...

Letter From the Editor, Issue #13

Vitalism is the paradigm of healing that recognizes and respects an inner intelligence of the body to know what is needed at any given moment. Vitalistic care focuses on naturally supporting the body’s ability to be well. Vitalistic wellness care i...

Letter From the Editor, Issue #14

A current topic of concern with many parents is the exclusion of chiropractic and other vitalistic types of care under their insurance policies. It seems to make no sense when parents are choosing safe options for their children that support...

Letter From the Editor, Issue #15

“Experimental and Investigational” Proposed Myth: Around the country, “health” insurance companies are denying chiropractic care for children under the age of 12 years. Labeling chiropractic care for children as “experimental and...

Letter From the Editor, Issue #16

I grew up in the time when it was believed that healing came from outside in modalities. Drugs, surgery, and new procedures abounded and with them came the mentality that they healed us; they made us well. Authorities of this time recommended...

Letter From the Editor, Issue #17

We are living in exciting Times. There is a constant buzz of activity in books, e-newsletters, documentaries and other forms of media reflecting a major transformation, a shift in consciousness. This shift is affecting all aspects of our...

Letter From the Editor, Issue #18

On May 8–11, 2008, in Philadelphia, a historic event—Freedom for Family Wellness—took place. It was described as “a live version of Pathways magazine.” It was powerful. It was cutting edge. It was a footprint in the world’s current shift to...

Letter From the Editor, Issue #19

It is a time of great change. Leaders in science are calling it “the shift.” Leaders in healing are referring to it as the raising of the consciousness. Even politicians are talking about the readiness for our social change and our responsibility as...

Letter From the Editor, Issue #20

There is a tendency in all of us to allow our emotions to lead us to states of elation and despair. An experience comes our way, and we often judge that experience as either good or bad, up or down, happy or sad. When we allow ourselves to judge,...

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