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Are You Using Your Professional Title Ethically?

By James Lehman, DC, MBA, FACO

Many faculty members teaching in the classroom or performing research within academic institutions have earned doctorates and use the title of "Doctor" or "Dr." They are usually referred to as professor or doctor within the classroom by students. Yet outside of academic institutions, the public usually refers to...

A Simple Exam Protocol to Assess Lower-Extremity Imbalance

By Mark Charrette, DC

One of the most common conditions of the human frame is excessive foot pronation, in which the foot rolls inward, creating a foot that is flatter, wider and longer. A resultant subluxation pattern of the various tarsals and metatarsals results.

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Time to Address the Global Impact of Pain
Musculoskeletal-related disability even greater than thought; back pain still No. 1 culprit.

By Editorial Staff

More people may be living longer, but they're not enjoying it, particularly when it comes to musculoskeletal health, according to the latest Global Burden of Disease (GBD) study.1 The largest analysis of global disability data to date, GBD 2013 reveals that "the burden of musculoskeletal disorders [is] much larger than...

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Melatonin: A Promising Natural Agent in the Prevention of ALS

By James P. Meschino, DC, MS

A number of years ago, experimental studies suggested melatonin could block key steps in the development of Alzheimer's disease, primarily by acting as a brain antioxidant and inhibiting the build-up of beta-amyloid plaque in the brain (a hallmark feature of Alzheimer's disease). In recent years, several clinical studies...

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Lack of professional unity
Inadequate scope of practice
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