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By Editorial Staff
The Council on Chiropractic Guidelines and Practice Parameters has announced the release of an updated Clinical Practice Guideline for Chiropractic Management of Low Back Pain for stakeholder review and comment.
By Jeffrey Tucker, DC, DACRB
When performing static and dynamic movement analysis of the lumbopelvic hip area, begin with standing visual posture analysis of the pelvis, and then perform lumbar range of motion and assess what you might see during normal versus abnormal lumbar flexion motion.
By James P. Meschino, DC, MS
The 2010 OPTIMA study showed that the accelerated rate of brain atrophy in elderly with mild cognitive impairment could be slowed via supplementation with homocysteine-lowering B vitamins, which included folic acid, vitamin B12 and vitamin B6.
Why you should avoid random treatment of trigger points (part 1).
By Warren Hammer, MS, DC, DABCO
An orthopedic friend recently saw a patient of mine. He felt an injection of a trigger point (TP) at the upper trapezius and surrounding areas was necessary, since that was the patient's area of chief complaint and there was a tender, radiating nodule.
By Editorial Staff
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 practice management.
By Naren Arulrajah
Innovations in information technology have completely changed the communication landscape in nearly every respect. However, blogging is one online activity that has continued to survive and thrive as a powerful source of information dissemination. Blogging provides a very interesting and effective way for a chiropractor to reach out to potential patients and educate them about various existing and newly developing chiropractic treatments.
A new approach to the positive Derifield test.
By Howard Pettersson, DC and J.R. Green, DC
A common component of low back pain is sacroiliac joint dysfunction. Signs of SIJ dysfunction can include fixation with reduced range of motion, and localized pain or joint laxity and inflammation. Restoration of SIJ mobility frequently abates pain and restores range of motion and activity. here are several explanations underlying the pathophysiology of sacroiliac joint dysfunction.
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