Chiropractic Economics

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Chiropractic Economics is an American magazine published 20 times a year in Ponte Vedra Beach, Florida. The magazine provides news and information for practicing chiropractors, with a focus on office management, patient relations, personal development, financial planning, legal, clinical and research data, and wellness/nutrition.

Overview[edit]

The first issue of Chiropractic Economics was published in 1954 as the Digest of Chiropractic Economics by William L. Luckey and Helen C. Luckey.

The magazine conducts two surveys on a yearly basis; the Annual Salary and Expense Survey and the Annual Fees and Reimbursements Survey have been used by the United States Department of Labor to compile wage statistics.[1]

Chiropractic Economics started a website in 1996, billing itself as the "Online Chiropractic Community". The site now features chiropractic news, videos, blogs, book reviews, a job board, and current and past magazine content.

According to the 2015 BPA Worldwide audit of Chiropractic Economics subscriber list, total qualified circulation is 29,174 subscriptions.

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Occupational Outlook Handbook - Chiropractors". www.bls.gov. Archived from the original on 7 April 2016. Retrieved 2013-04-05. 

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