Though commonly known and practiced today, some forms of medicine have existed for hundreds of years. Chiropractic medicine, for example, has evidence supporting its establishment that dates back to the 17th century. Today, the practice is widely sought after and practiced each day, and has assisted people in overcoming painful conditions that affect the back, hips, and legs.
Chiropractic medicine is concerned with the treatment of disorders affecting the musculoskeletal system. While specifically concerned with the spine, this practice also works to alleviate conditions that affect the overall health of the nervous system.
Brian Torchin is somewhat of a hero within the medical industry. Currently residing in Pennsylvania, Torchin began his career as a chiropractor. He then opened and managed many offices in Philadelphia, Florida, and Delaware. These accomplishments have contributed to his overall goal of ensuring quality health care practices around the globe.
Torchin is the president of the Health Care Recruitment Counselors, LLC. The goal of this foundation is to staff health care facilities with only the best professionals, and to connect people with these professionals. Extending a base overseas to multiple European and Asian countries, Torchin reaches other areas of the planet by using social media and blogging.
Equipped with DocCafe as a tool, Brian Torchin regularly publishes pieces exclaiming the importance of staffing health care facilities with quality professionals. HCRC also offers extended hours of operation “to help ensure effective and quick communication with physicians and clients,” as they state. Mr. Torchin regularly writes articles stressing the importance of patient care. A popular article of his focusing on this is entitled “Warning Signs that your Practice is not Patient Friendly.” He’s also always posting new job opportunities to Postings.com when he finds out about them.
If the public can learn anything from Brian Torchin, it is that the health care industry -regardless of its daily advancements- needs to improve. Being an advocate for patients, Torchin is what the industry needs more of. While he and his foundation do not wish to fill practices with mirror images of Torchin, they do wish for physicians to show similarities.