Multimodal Therapy for Multimechanistic Pain

To a patient, pain is pain. But to clinicians, it is important to understand the underlying pain mechanisms in order to find the appropriate modalities for pain control.1 Pain can be divided into two broad categories: physiological (nociception, inflammation) and pathological (neuropathic). Nociceptive pain occurs when there is an injury at the periphery (for example, hitting your thumb with a …

It’s Always About The Patient First

I just read a great article (link and words below) by a brilliant friend, Dr. Mike Reinold, about some of the life changing lessons he learned while having the honor to work under perhaps the most famous orthopedic surgeon alive, Dr. James Andrews. If you don’t know who Dr. Andrews is, he serves as Medical Director and Orthopaedic Surgeon for …

Dr. Tim Brown

Dr. Tim Brown

Founder of IntelliSkin Posture Apparel and Co-Medical Director for the Association of Surfing Professionals

Pain Specialists Awareness of Topical Analgesics and Their Use in Pain Control

Joseph V. Pergolizzi1,2*, Robert B. Raffa3, Robert Taylor4, Charles Fleischer4, Gianpietro Zampogna4, Lynn Nopper5, Frank DiLorenzo5, Clay M. Duval4, Alana N. Edun4, Jasmine Salamara5 1Department of Medicine, Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine, Baltimore, MD, USA 2Department of Pharmacology, Temple University School of Medicine, Philadelphia, PA, USA 3Department of Pharmaceutical Sciences, Temple University School of Pharmacy, Philadelphia, PA, USA 4NEMA …

Mercola, Chestnut, Gentempo, Demoss – Cal Jam 2018 Recap

If you attended Cal Jam 2018 and stopped by the MeyerDC booth, thank you for saying hi and supporting this great event. Cal Jam has been around since 2007, when Dr. Bill DeMoss had a dream to fuse the Ted talk format in the context of health discussions with an ACDC rock concert! Dr. Bill was inspired by a massive …

Dr Billy D Dead Chiropractic Society

Dr. Bill Demoss

Doctor of Chiropractic and Founder of the Dead Chiropractic Society & the California Jam Chiropractor's yearly event.

Q&A with Olympic Games Chief Medical Officer Dr. Bill Moreau

Keeping Olympic Athletes Healthy and Injury-Free Q & A with William Moreau, DC, DACBSP, FACSM, CSCS, and Vice President of Sports Medicine, United States Olympic Committee (USOC) As Team USA returns after squaring off against the best athletes in the world last month, Dr. Moreau discusses how his team faced an equally high-pressure task: keeping everyone healthy. Moreau – the …

Webinar Alert: Utilizing Directional Skin Drag to Solve Difficult Shoulder Cases

FREE Webinar Utilizing Directional Skin Drag to Solve Difficult Shoulder Cases  Featuring Mitch Hausschild, MA, ATC, CSCS The shoulder is the most complex joint in the body. Solving many cases of shoulder pain and dysfunction can prove challenging because of the delicate balance of stability, mobility and motor control that is needed to ensure proper function. In this webinar, we …

Mitch Hauschildt

Mitch Hauschildt

MA, ATC, CSCS

2018 Chiropractic Sports Sciences Symposium

Build your knowledge and gain competitive advantage with the latest cutting-edge updates on key professional topics! Learn from some of the best sports medicine professionals in the United States! 2018 Speakers & Bios Mary Ambach, M.D. Dr. Mary Ambach is a member of a team of internationally recognized experts in regenerative medicine and non-surgical orthopedics at the Orthohealing Center in …

Adam Mohr

Dr. Adam Mohr

DC, DACBSP

Why Focus on the Thoracic Spine?

Everyone is big into core stability and core programming. The lumbar spine with low back pain is also obviously a huge issue in our society today. When we look at the lumbar spine, we have these big buzz words—core stability, the core. When we start to look at all of the things that attach to the lumbar spine, it’s important …

Sue Falsone PT

Sue Falsone

PT, MS, SCS, ATC, CSCS, COMT, first female head athletic trainer in any of the four major sports in the US

Former ACA Rehab Council Chiro of the Year and Rehab Diplomate Dr. Jeff Tucker discusses his clinical Pearls

The ‘One Hour’ New Patient Visit History Taking After more than 35 years in practice, I still think it’s fun, exciting, intense and often challenging to meet and engage new patients. During the history portion we talk for however long the patient needs to talk. Sometimes it’s short; sometimes it’s quite a while. I’m looking for messages…I’m trying to gather …

Dr. Jeffrey Tucker

Dr. Jeffrey Tucker

D.C., D.A.C.R.B., ACA Rehab Chiropractor of the Year (2012)

Olympic Athletes serve as Ambassadors for Chiropractic through the WOSP

Scholarship program lets Olympic Athletes serve as Ambassadors for Chiropractic It’s not uncommon for Olympic athletes to be chiropractic patients. But a scholarship program through the Federation of International Sport is helping a number of them become chiropractic doctors! In the video linked below, Dr. Jay Greenstein interviews Olympic athlete and Doctor of Chiropractic Melissa Hoar. Dr. Greenstein is chairman …

Dr Jay Greenstein Chiropractor DC

Dr. Jay Greenstein

Doctor of Chiropractic, CEO, Sport and Spine Rehab & Founder and President of the Sport and Spine Rehab Clinical Research Foundation.