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A Poor Choice for Pain Relief
Acetaminophen ineffective for short-term relief of LBP, knee / hip OA pain.
By Peter W. Crownfield, Executive Editor
Acetaminophen is the most popular pain reliever in the U.S., accounting for an estimated 27 billion annual doses as of 2009. With 100,000-plus hospital visits a year by users, it's also the most likely to be taken inappropriately. In fact, improper use, coupled with the drug's narrow safety margin, means "a large fraction of...

Reducing the Autogenic Inhibition Reflex: Making Weak Muscles Strong
By Todd Turnbull, DC, CCSP

The autogenic inhibition (AI) reflex is a sudden relaxation of a muscle in response to excess tension.1 This automatic lengthening reflex is controlled by the central nervous system and regulated by the proprioceptors in the muscles and tendons, mostly by the Golgi tendon organs (GTOs). A Golgi tendon organ is a stretch...

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Top 7 Practice Website No-No's
By Daniel Ruscigno

As of 2015, the majority of chiropractic practices finally have a website for their business. Having a website is crucial for being found online through Google, Facebook and review sites like Yelp. Your website should truly be a reflection of you and your business. It's important to remember that your website is often the...

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