Rising Infertility Rates – What We Know and What To Do, Part 2

This post is the continuation of an article on infertility. Part 1 was posted August 9 at http://news.meyerdc.com/chiropractors/nutritionists/rising-infertility-rates-know-part-1/ In this post we’ll take a closer look at biochemical individuality and what that means for fertility… Systemic, Individualized Deficiencies: The assumption made by Pottenger’s Cats was that the food was cooked in the unhealthy group, and that the cooking/processing removed nutrients …

Foot Orthoses and Physiotherapy in the Treatment of Patellofemoral Pain Syndrome: Randomized Clinical Trial

Natalie Collins, PhD candidate, 1 Kay Crossley, principal research fellow, 2 Elaine Beller, director, biostatistics, 3 Ross Darnell, statistician, 1 Thomas McPoil, regents professor, 4 Bill Vicenzino, head of division, physiotherapy 1 ABSTRACT Objective To compare the clinical efficacy of foot orthoses in the management of patellofemoral pain syndrome with flat inserts or physiotherapy, and to investigate the effectiveness of …

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Dr. Tom McPoil

PhD, Physical Therapist Specializing in Foot & Ankle Disorders

Rising Infertility Rates – What We Know and What To Do, Part 1

Rising Infertility – What We Know and What To Do In 1978, in vitro fertilization was an achievement. However, infertility has become so much more prevalent, and now fertility treatments are big business. It raises the question: Is this an industry because people are less patient about making babies, or is there a real fertility concern here? There are two …

Mechanisms and time course of menthol-induced cutaneous vasodilation

This great paper by Craighead, McCartney,  Tumlinson and Alexander describes the vasodilation dose-response of topical menthol. In the post below, we’ve listed some important info from the study, but to read the full study, please see the link at the bottom of the article… Microvasc Res. 2017 Mar;110:43-47. doi: 10.1016/j.mvr.2016.11.008. Epub 2016 Nov 27 Craighead DH, McCartney NB, Tumlinson JH, …

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Dr. John Pecora

Doctor of Chiropractic, MeyerDC Vice President, Managing Editor, Communities and Education

Reliability & Validity of Clinical Prediction Rules for Screening Low-Risk Cervical Blunt Trauma – CADRE Systematic Review

Study Title: Validity and reliability of clinical prediction rules used to screen for cervical spine injury in alert low-risk patients with blunt trauma to the neck: part 2. A systematic review from the Cervical Assessment and Diagnosis Research Evaluation (CADRE) Collaboration Authors: Moser N, Lemeunier N, Southerst D, Shearer H et al. Publication Information: European Spine Journal 2018; 27(6): 1219-1233. …

Dr. Shawn Thistle

DC, Founder and CEO of RRS Education

Comparison of vibration rolling, nonvibration rolling, and static stretching

Comparison of vibration rolling, nonvibration rolling, and static stretching as a warm-up exercise on flexibility, joint proprioception, muscle strength, and balance in young adults Chia-Lun Lee, I-Hua Chu, Bo-Jhang Lyu, Wen-Dien Chang & Nai-Jen Chang Journal of Sports Sciences, 2018 ABSTRACT Warm-up is an essential component for optimizing performance before an exercise session. This study investigated that the immediate effects …

Dr. Mike Flores

DC, CCSP, BS

How Topical Analgesics Really Work

There is nothing new about the use of menthol as a topical analgesic.1 The skin contains a dense neural network embedded in the dermal-epidermal junction. Fibrous strands from these deep nerves project outward to the skin’s surface. Stimuli to the cutaneous region is perceived by these nerves, which can result in pain signaling or the initiation of the inflammatory cascade. …

Study Review: Elevated production of nociceptive CC-chemokines and sE-selectin in patients with low back pain and the effects of spinal manipulation

Study Title: Elevated production of nociceptive CC-chemokines and sE-selectin in patients with low back pain and the effects of spinal manipulation: A non-randomized clinical trial Authors: Teodorczyk-Injeyan J, McGregor M, Triano J, Injeyan HS Publication Information: The Clinical Journal of Pain; 2018; 34(1): 68-75. doi: 10.1097/AJP.0000000000000507 Comment from Dr. Shawn Thistle: One of the most complex and misinterpreted lines of …

Dr. Shawn Thistle

DC, Founder and CEO of RRS Education

Recorded Webinar – Effective Chronic Inflammation Support Protocol: Why it’s important to really understand and address inflammation

Stay up to date on the latest health and wellness topics with the new DC Aligned webinar series. From innovative treatment techniques to business best practices, the DC Aligned webinar series will provide FREE continuing education from some of Healthcare’s most respected thought leaders and researchers. Date: Thursday, July 26 at 1:30pm EST Cost: FREE Title: Effective Chronic Inflammation Support Protocol: Why …

Dr. Donald L. Hayes

DC and President of Wellness Watchers Global, LLC, Ceautamed Worldwide, LLC & GreensFirst.com

OxyRub Clinical Trials

The base product for the revolutionary OxyRub PRO – the professional strength topical analgesic created by Dr. Joseph Pergolizzi, Jr. – is OxyRub, the pain reliever originally created by Dr. Pergolizzi several years back. In several clinical trials, OxyRub was tested in various settings. In these studies, the products used allowed for the minimal effective dose, that is, the lowest …