Can Chiropractic Help the Post-Surgical Patient?
May24

Can Chiropractic Help the Post-Surgical Patient?

Facebook0Twitter0Google+0Pinterest0Linkedin0TumblrE-Mail0Low back pain (LBP) accounts for over 3 million emergency department visits per year in the United States alone. Worldwide, LBP affects approximately 84% of the general population, so eventually almost EVERYONE will have lower back pain that requires treatment! There is evidence dating back to the early Roman and Greek eras that indicates back pain was also very prevalent, and...

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Neck Pain and Chiropractic
May19

Neck Pain and Chiropractic

Facebook0Twitter0Google+0Pinterest0Linkedin0TumblrE-Mail0Neck pain represents a major problem for people throughout the world with considerable negative impact on individuals, families, communities, healthcare systems, and businesses. In fact, it’s estimated that up to 70% of the general population will have neck pain at some point in life. Recovery within the year from neck pain ranges between 33% and 65%, AND relapses are common...

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How Antioxidants Affect Wound Healing in Dentistry –  Spear Education
May17

How Antioxidants Affect Wound Healing in Dentistry – Spear Education

Facebook0Twitter0Google+0Pinterest0Linkedin0TumblrE-Mail0In my last article, “Introduction to Oral Oxidative Stress,” I introduced the process of oxidative stress and how it factors into the development of multiple chronic inflammatory diseases and is suspected to be an underlying cause of oral mucositis in COVID-19 patients. Here, I will discuss how antioxidants affect wound healing, and how they can be used during patient treatment...

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Chiropractic and Migraine Headache

Facebook0Twitter0Google+0Pinterest0Linkedin0TumblrE-Mail0Approximately 36 million Americans suffer from migraine headaches. Current pharmacological treatments are not very effective and they may have dangerous side effects (1). Migraines are the second most prevalent neurologic disorder (after tension-type headaches), with a female-to-male ratio of 3:1 and an estimated 1-year prevalence of approximately 15% in the general population...

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New Approaches to Equine Dentistry – The Horse
May14

New Approaches to Equine Dentistry – The Horse

Facebook0Twitter0Google+0Pinterest0Linkedin0TumblrE-Mail0“Horses tend to be stoic, frequently hiding even severe dental pain,” said Chris Pearce, MRCVS, specialist dental veterinarian and director of The Equine Dental Clinic, in Witchampton, U.K., who paper “Recent developments in equine dentistry” was published in the New Zealand Veterinary Journal. “Further, they have the ability to alter their mastication (chewing) patterns to...

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