Asking a patient whether or not they smoke is a standard assessment for most healthcare providers. Smoking history is an important indicator of cardiovascular health and life expectancy. But do you ask patients how much they sit? It turns out our sedentary practices, due mostly to the increased use of technology, have many of the same negative consequences as more …
DC Aligned Educational Advisory Board member and Editorial contributor Dr. Jay Greenstein sat down with Fox 5 DC to discuss the recent tragic death of model Katie May and the research around vertebral artery dissection and the chiropractic adjustment. Watch this video to see the interview in full:
Doctor of Chiropractic, CEO, Sport and Spine Rehab & Founder and President of the Sport and Spine Rehab Clinical Research Foundation.
Find out what Science in Brief concludes about the relationship between postural imbalance and knee osteoarthritis.
Which is more effective at treating cervical lordosis – general mobilization or cervical posture manipulation? Find out here!
What’s more effective – deep muscle stimulation performed by a chiropractor or self-myofascial release? Ryan Meyers looks to answer that question.
BA, SCU DC candidate, VP of Associated Student Body, ACRB Rehabilitation Diplomate Candidate, Owner of Movement Cures
Meeting minimum guidelines for amount of exercise is important, but does exceeding those guidelines help us live longer? Find out from Dr. Doug Anderson!
Doctor of Chiropractic, Nutritionist for DISC Medical Group
This review by Dr. Spencer Baron evaluates the current literature for evidence for and against physical and cognitive impacts from sports-related concussions.
Doctor of Chiropractic, President of NeuroSport Elite, Founder POWER Play, LLC., Author, "Secrets of the Game", Founder - Pro Football Chiropractic Society
Is chiropractic care more cost effective when it comes to treating spinal pain? Read Science in Brief’s summary inside.
Science in Brief discusses the relationship between spinal alignment, body balance and more for males.