Timothy Feuling takes over Journal
Timothy Feuling, senior vice president of CBS Malpractice since 1996, has acquired The Chiropractic Journal, now in its 26th year of publication. As the new publisher, Feuling will continue distributing a monthly print version to DCs and chiropractic students around the country while increasing and strengthening the electronic reach of the publication via its website, social media, and mobile applications.
"Chiropractors have entered a new era," Feuling explained. "They're technologically savvier than ever before, have extremely busy personal and professional schedules, and are receptive to new and innovative ideas that can help them have prosperous practices and satisfying lives. The new Journal will give them the information they need, in a variety of formats."
Even more important than the enhanced online presence will be a change in the "tone" of the paper, Feuling noted.
"We're adopting a livelier, more upbeat attitude. We're focusing more on powerful messages of success, prosperity, and fulfillment. We want to do more than inform readers about the issues of the day; we want to help them reach their goals and position themselves as the number one wellness professionals in the world."
Feuling takes on the role of publisher after decades of experience working in chiropractic and related wellness fields. He's an avid fitness advocate and author of five books, including "Chiropractic Works!" and "Unleashed...Blueprint to Mental, Physical and Financial Wellbeing."
As head of the CBS Malpractice program, he continues to teach tens of thousands of doctors how to bullet-proof their practices and defend themselves against lawsuits. His articles on risk management have appeared in numerous publications and on websites that reached nearly every doctor in the profession.
Feuling says his key word for the new Journal is priorities.
"My own priorities have changed greatly through the years," he admits. "Now, my priorities are God first, family second, business third. I know this is how many DCs feel today, and our shared priorities create a powerful bond between us. The Journal will reflect those priorities and I'm confident we'll continue to be part of the chiropractic community for decades to come."
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