W.A.D. Whiplash, known to practitioners as “WAD” or Whiplash Associative Disorder, is a collection of symptoms associated with a specific traumatic onset. If you are familiar with rehabbing this cohort, you’ll know that symptoms tend to be more chronic in nature, and it is a condition that tends to respond differently than the typical mechanical neck pain patient. This blog …
Although May is Posture Month, people in our industry spread the word all year long about the topic. It isn’t news to chiropractors that good posture brings with it joint protection, increased energy and the prevention of muscle pain, but patients can always use a reminder. The information in the graphics below might be just what your patients need to …
As the old saying goes “you can’t fix what you don’t know is broken.” Below are five facts your patients probably don’t know about posture. It’s our job to educate our patients to the best of our ability, so pass along this information in honor of Posture Month! Here’s something else for your patients to remember. While they’re at work, …
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!
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.
Dr. Jeffrey Tucker has moved away from RICE and adopted POLITE – the newest acronym for patient care.
D.C., D.A.C.R.B., ACA Rehab Chiropractor of the Year (2012)
Are you ready to learn the secret to unlocking the Thorax? Dr. Skip George walks you through the Zone of Apposition and its impact on posture, breathing and more.
DC, CSCS, CCSP, PRC
A recent study looked at how patients with low back pain recovered when treated by either a general practitioner or a chiropractor. Click to read the summary.