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Developments and Trends
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(unsigned by User:Miamidoclaw)
Answered you here: User_talk:Miamidoclaw ---- дрсйпдц 14:55, 1 July 2011 (UTC)
Under the Chiropractic Specialties section we need to add Rehabilitation.
I'm not sure which school may be currently offering the Diplomate course materials, but LACC offered them prviously, and CMCC did too...(a 3-year program, designed by Craig Liebenson, DC) and hundreds of DCs took the course. The ACA had a rehab diplomate board as well.
(unsigned by: User:DrFrankmeister)
Great idea! Thanks for the tip. As you may see above, I added the link to that article. It's just a stub (a too brief , very basic article without adequate references), so PLEASE feel free to create a better article. I also left this on your talk page. дрсйпдц 00:32, 3 July 2011 (UTC)
Hi, Been reading some of the articles and love the concept. We were missing this valuable information brought to the people from chiropractors instead of the "Chiropractors are only backcrackers" defenitions around the web. However, I was thinking since Chiropractics is becoming bigger and bigger in Skandinavia, so why not make it in a Norwegian version also? This could open up more eyes for the profession in skandinavia which is indeed needed.
Great site by the way.
(unsigned, by User:M.P.Dargoshayan)
I think that given that the public may soon be approaching this site more often (if I have my way), that the chiropractic definition could/should be featured in the left menu under "Contents". I think the definition is one of the most important thing on the site and we must boldly feature this. Can we add this above "Conditions" as "Chiropractic Definition" ? --DanaS (talk) 13:45, 2 April 2014 (MST)DanaS 2 Apr 2014
Developments and Trends in Chiropractic
I am hearing a lot of interest, especially in states where the practice definition is being actively looked at, in developments or trends. In Oregon, for example, the state chiropractic association is leading a push to have chiropractic include the scope of a primary care provider definition. I wonder if a "Trends" page or a "Developments" page (left menu) would be a place for descriptions or movements of this type; this might also serve to unclutter our definition while these transitions are occurring.--DanaS (talk) 13:16, 3 April 2014 (MST)
Thanks for the Edit and I see you changed "Community Ideas for Improvement" to Development and Trends and now this "Developments" area is up in the "Navigation" area' arguably, this is a non-public area per se.., more "editor community based". I have visions of the public coming to this site SOON. AND - I think that "Ideas for Improvement" properly belongs up in Navigation. I would like to see Developments and Trends (in Chiropractic)down in the CONTENTS area. That way, the visionaries can expand there - BY STATE - perhaps, so long as they are backed up by references, state bills, etc. --DanaS (talk) 15:27, 21 April 2014 (MST)
- Made the name change you suggested; but placed it in the upper part of the navigation panel. It's not a non-public section, but a section for those who are active in editing to get ideas, editing help and make suggestions as you have been doing. The lower part of the navigation panel is a Table of Contents. And, BTW; if we put this page inside the Chiropractic definition, no one will find it , and they'll think its only for changes in that specific article. Every article has a talk page for comment on the article. ChiroWikiSysop (talk) 07:59, 23 April 2014 (MST)
Alternative and maybe even better positioning for Developments and Trends would be to put this inside the Chiropractic Definition, actually; down around #20. I think Community Ideas for Improvement should still be up there. --DanaS (talk) 18:22, 21 April 2014 (MST)