Chiropractic and Whole Body Health: Part II
Jul17

Chiropractic and Whole Body Health: Part II

Facebook0Twitter0Google+0Pinterest0Linkedin0TumblrE-Mail0This article is part 2 of a 2 part series. For Part 1, click here. In “Part I” we began our discussion about wellness and introduced many different types of wellness programs. Here, we will continue the investigation of how chiropractic and wellness are a winning combination! As of this writing, the Affordable Care Act has specific qualifications as to who would qualify (as well...

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The Chiropractic Treatment Approach for Whiplash
Jun15

The Chiropractic Treatment Approach for Whiplash

Facebook0Twitter0Google+0Pinterest0Linkedin0TumblrE-Mail0Whiplash associated disorders (WAD) describes a constellation of symptoms (neck pain, headache, mental fog, radiating arm pain, mid- and/or lower-back pain, neck and upper back stiffness, muscle spasms, fatigue, anxiety, memory loss, etc.) that can result from the sudden forward and backward whipping motion of the head and neck. While motor vehicle collisions are most often...

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Chiropractic Care for Older Headache and Neck Pain Patients
Jun11

Chiropractic Care for Older Headache and Neck Pain Patients

Facebook0Twitter0Google+0Pinterest0Linkedin0TumblrE-Mail0Neck pain and headaches are a leading cause of pain and suffering that affects hundreds of millions of seniors worldwide. Until recently, the use of chiropractic care for elderly adults with headaches and/or neck pain has been poorly understood. Let’s investigate the effectiveness of chiropractic care for the elderly who are affected with these conditions. Questionnaires...

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Chiropractic treatment of chronic ‘whiplash’ injuries
May28

Chiropractic treatment of chronic ‘whiplash’ injuries

Facebook0Twitter0Google+0Pinterest0Linkedin0TumblrE-Mail0Injury Volume 27, Issue 9, November 1996, Pages 643-645 N. Woodward, J. C. H. Cook, M. F. Gargan and G. C. Bannister University Department of Orthopaedic Surgery, Bristol, UK FROM ABSTRACT Forty-three percent of patients will suffer long-term symptoms following ‘whiplash’ injury, for which no conventional treatment has proven to be effective. A retrospective study was undertaken...

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Why AI Dentistry Is Here To Stay
May26

Why AI Dentistry Is Here To Stay

Facebook0Twitter0Google+0Pinterest0Linkedin0TumblrE-Mail0Artificial intelligence (AI) is set to play an increasingly important part of our lives. The importance of AI in dentistry has been recognized for a long time. Yet, dentistry, like many fields in the health care services, is very conservative about the kinds of technologies it adopts. With people’s health at stake, there is a tendency to go slowly, to be cautious. Yet, the...

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