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  Mind-Body in Motion   
Treat LBP by helping patients develop proper movement patterns.
By Jason Gray, BHK, DC, MSc
A central goal of low back pain treatment involves the correction of dysfunctional movement patterns believed to be responsible for spinal overload. In my previous article, I suggested correction of local flexibility or strength deficits alone is unlikely to accomplish this goal.
 
 
 
Interview With Dr. Greg Barsten
By G. Douglas Andersen, DC, DACBSP, CCN
"Cell vitality is more than the mere absence of symptoms or pathology, but optimum structural, physiological and energetic health," says Dr. Barsten. "When I refer to optimum cellular 'structural' health, I mean the cell membrane. This is important because it's a system that has multiple functions. It determines what gets into and out of the cells. It also sends messages to neighboring cells and tissues to coordinate metabolism, immune functions and detoxification."
  
By DCPI Staff
Operating a successful practice is dependent upon making the right decisions, but it can be a challenge to make the best decisions without adequate information. Face Off offers you the opportunity to learn more about products / services you may be considering for your practice side-by-side so you can make an informed purchasing decision. This month's product category is topicals.
 
 
 
By Tim Maggs, DC
The unlevel pelvis is all too common in the high-school athlete and if not detected, will likely cause a lifetime of musculoskeletal issues. Any provider who doesn't look for this common finding is missing critical information. An unlevel pelvis, defined as a pelvis that has one ilium higher than the other ilium, is typically seen on an A-P lumbar X-ray.
  
By Dana Lawrence, DC, M. Med. Ed., MA and Christine Goertz, DC, PhD
One of the problems with having such a small research community within the chiropractic profession is that we are fairly limited in the number of research studies we are able to conduct. To put it in perspective, the Palmer Center for Chiropractic Research (PCCR) has approximately 30 full-time employees and spends about $5 million per year.
 
 
 
By Thomas Michaud, DC
For almost a century, researchers have been attempting to identify specific dynamic and static anatomical measurements that predict three-dimensional motion during the gait cycle. In the early 1900s, Dudley Morton developed a foot classification system based on the respective lengths of the individual metatarsals. His theory that a shortened first metatarsal could identify overpronators has long since been disproved.
5 lessons from the road.
By Tracy Barnes, DC, DICCP, CKTI
It all started in a hotel room – at least that's where the pain became so intense that I had to do something. I felt as if I was being stabbed near my left medial scapular border. Since I was traveling I had none of my usual treatment tools. The TV remote control would have to do. It fit nicely into the space between my scapula and spine, and all was well until the pressure I applied sounded a loud crack in the plastic.
 
 
    
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