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Righting a Big Wrong for VA Chiropractors

By Editorial Staff
Whiplash / Neck Pain

Managing the Acutely Severe Cervical Spine Patient

By John R. Bomar, DC

With wisdom and prudence as the guide in managing torticollis and the acute cervical spine patient, one can do much good while minimizing the possibility of malpractice. To do otherwise invites ruin.

Lasers & Tens

Documenting Laser Therapy

By Michael Mathesie, DC, DACRB, DABFP and Rob Berman

When we ask many chiropractors what type of laser they have, we draw a blank stare or a response of, "I don't know." Any DC who does not know much about their laser could use a little help with documentation.

Exercise Therapy

Three Simple Rules for More Effective Correctives

By Perry Nickelston, DC, FMS, SFMA

Correctives only work if patients do them. To stack the deck in patients' favor of sticking with a movement plan for life, the movements need to be simple, practical and fun-damental. 

Vitamins / Supplements

Metabolic Endotoxemia - Have We Got Your Attention?

By Tom Bayne, DC

Current studies demonstrate a strong correlation between ME and the risk or onset of conditions such as cardiovascular disease, diabetes, obesity, hypogonadism, autoimmunity, and even mood disorders such as anxiety and depression.

Perfecting Posture

Solving the Difficult Forward Head Posture Case (Part 1)

By Jeffrey Tucker, DC, DACRB

What happens if your initial treatment protocol for Janda's upper crossed syndrome does not provide significant relief? What's your next step? Here's your roadmap for solving the difficult forward head posture case.

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