Zombie Cells – Cells That Just Won’t Die

Immortality might not be as much fun as it sounds – especially when it comes to your cells. Zombie cells (or senescent cells, as they’re more properly called) are cells that have ceased to divide. Normally, a healthy cell has a limit to how many times it can divide and replicate itself; this cellular crossroads is often referred to as …

Matt Kraft

Matt Kraft

Nutritional Consultation Specialist for MeyerDC

Treatments for Low Back Pain—Time for a Change

Insurer Coverage of Nonpharmacological Treatments for Low Back Pain—Time for a Change Christine M. Goertz, DC, PhD; Steven Z. George, PT, PhD JAMA Network Open. 2018;1(6):e183037. doi:10.1001/jamanetworkopen.2018.3037 Low back pain is one of the most common reasons patients seek medical care and is highly correlated with opioid use.1Both factors have contributed to a major public health crisis resulting from opioid overuse and …

Dr. Christine Goertz

Dr. Christine Goertz

D.C., Ph.D., COO Spine IQ

STOP Treating Medicare Patients If…

The Patient Got My Insurance Check. Now What? It hurts when an insurance company doesn’t pay your bills. It hurts even more when a patient “suddenly disappears” because they got the insurance check and kept your money. Get proactive to ensure you get paid what you deserve. On the initial visit, make sure the patient is made aware that insurance …

Dr Marty Kotlar Chiropractor Target Coding

Dr. Marty Kotlar

DC, CPCO, CBCS

Be at your very best for your patients

“In the United States, 34 million children have had at least one adverse childhood experience (ACE) – ranging from abuse or neglect to parental incarceration or addiction. Children living in poverty are more likely to have multiple ACEs, compounding the effects of economic insecurity. In addition, the current opioid epidemic is devastating families and overwhelming the foster care system, and …

Dr. Scott Bautch

Dr. Scott Bautch

D.C., DACBOH, CCST, CCSP, original CEO of Allied Health Chiropractic Centers, Co-Author of 2 books

Is Your Team Designed to Get the “Right” Results?

If we think about it, there is undoubtedly a cause and effect relationship to the results we get as a company or team. For example, if our company experiences high turnover, what do we need to change? You might be tempted to think that the people hired weren’t the right fit or that it’s just what happens in today’s society. …

David S. Myers

Dr. David S. Myers

PT, DPT, OCS, CIMT, ATC/L

Understanding and Preventing Age-Related Muscle Loss- Part 2

In Part 1 we discussed sarcopenia and force recruitment of fast twitch vs slow twitch. In Part 2 we’ll touch on some more research and finish with a Simple Workout Routine to Maintain Muscle Mass. Luckily, muscles can be “tricked” into recruiting fast-twitch fibers (and hence, stimulate satellite cell activity) by fatiguing the slow-twitch fibers with multiple sets of light-resistance repetitions …

Homeopathics help support the chiropractic adjustment

When first developed, Chiropractic adjustments were all that were needed to keep the body healthy. As our food, air and water supplies have become more toxic over the last century, natural practitioners have found that homeopathics help support the effectiveness of chiropractic adjustments. At Belanger Chiropractic we incorporate homeopathics to complement our whole body approach to wellness. We’ve seen stellar …

Explain the Benefits of the Healthiest Coffee . . . in Under 30 Seconds

Could your patients be drinking a healthier coffee? Yes! Should your patients be drinking a healthier coffee? The simple answer . . . YES! But WHY? . . . and how do you explain this with a waiting room full of patients? Here’s how to easily convey the importance of drinking an organic, antioxidant rich coffee, where every decision from …

Dr John Pecora Chiropractor

Dr. John Pecora

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

Research shows a potentially effective Primary Prevention strategy against Alzheimer’s

Among the most unwelcome effects of aging is cognitive decline. There are few things scarier than dementia and Alzheimer’s disease. Dementia starts in old age or later middle age and is characterized by gradual memory loss, confusion, personality and mood changes, and impaired thinking and even physical function. Of people who develop dementia, 60 to 65% of them have Alzheimer’s …

Andrew Salisbury

CEO and Co-Founder of Purity Coffee

5 Tips for Better Posture

With May being National Posture Month, it’s a good time to remind patients that slouchy sitting and bad tech habits are a common cause of back and neck pain as well as headaches and low energy. Once you’ve personally taken the first step towards better posture, it will be easier to help your patients. Look up and adopt new posture …

Dr. Steven Weiniger

Dr. Steve Weiniger

Posture Expert, Author, Speaker, Clinician