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Advice for Integrative Practices

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It’s always helpful to learn what other DCs have to say. Here are words of advice from three DCs who practice in different integrative settings.

Nicole Ingrando, DC

Dr. Ingrando owns a chiropractic practice in Longwood, Florida. In addition to Dr. Ingrando, there are 4 other DCs and 12 RCAs. Since graduating from chiropractic school, Dr. Ingrando has tried different integrative settings, but prefers to have her own practice and work closely with MDs and other medical providers to give patients comprehensive care.

Reaching out to other doctors for collaboration

“If you can just identify the patients who are happy and look back at their health history. Put forth a vision to be more collaborative and say to your patients, ‘The evidence supports collaborative integration which means better care for you. If you’ll allow me, I would like to reach out to all your doctors, the doctors you love and open a dialogue that allows us to work together.’”

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