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Atherosclerosis contributes to low back pain and spinal degeneration.
By Deborah Pate, DC, DACBR
Atherosclerosis is a far-too-common chronic, systemic disease. We tend to think only of the clinical symptoms associated with this disease affecting the coronary arteries, as in a myocardial infarction; or the carotids, as in a TIA or stroke.
By Kevin Curtin, DC and Terry Elder, DC
Adhesive capsulitis or "frozen shoulder" is a relatively common condition resulting in severe shoulder pain and global loss of glenohumeral joint range of motion. Incidence of the condition is approximately 3 percent in the general population. Risk greatly increases for patients diagnosed with type 1 or type 2 diabetes.
A detailed five-step examination protocol.
By Jeffrey Tucker, DC, DACRB
I include a static postural analysis in my evaluation routine whether you are a patient in pain or an elite-sport athlete in training. In my day-to-day practice, I require patients to stand still while I "just look" at them.
By G. Douglas Andersen, DC, DACBSP, CCN
In my humble opinion, Greg Barsten, DC, MS, is one of our profession's top nutritionists. He earned his chiropractic degree from Palmer College of Chiropractic- West and a master's degree in human nutrition from the University of Bridgeport.
By Marc Heller, DC
Stiffness is a word that has a negative connotation, both in life and in our ways of looking at tight fascia and joints. But stiffness, especially temporary stiffness created by activating the right muscles, is an essential component of effective movement.
By Editorial 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. Solving this dilemma is the impetus behind our new "Face Off" feature: getting you complete information about your choices so you can make an informed decision. After all, you can't make the best choice until you know what your choices are.
By Robert Silverman, DC, MS, CCN, CSCS
Athletes should consume whey protein, particularly whey protein isolate, as it is an excellent protein source for muscle recovery. Whey protein typically falls into two types: whey protein concentrate and whey protein isolate. Whey protein concentrate consists of protein (25-80 percent), lactose (4-8 percent) and fat (1-7 percent). This is the supplement form commonly found in health and nutrition stores.
Would you consider expanding your practice to provide periodic house calls to patients (scheduled, not just emergency)?
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