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News Update: November 21, 2016

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A First for the Profession:
CCE Accredits First Chiropractic Residencies
By Editorial Staff
The CCE has awarded accreditation to all five chiropractic residency programs currently administered at Veterans Administration facilities, "the first residency programs in the nation ever to be awarded this distinction, a significant advancement in the evolution of chiropractic education," according to a VA press release announcing the milestone.
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What We Can Learn From Spine Surgery
Lumbar Spinal Stenosis: Surgical Outcomes as the Benchmark for Success in Conservative Care
By Ronald Fudala, DC, DACAN
Patients with lumbar stenosis presumably present for conservative care to improve their quality of life and avoid surgery. However, providing clear guidance to these patients can be difficult for a number of reasons.
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Assessing Core Stability and ROM: 5 Basic Checks
By Jeffrey Tucker, DC, DACRB
One of the first steps in addressing core stability is assessing static posture, ranges of motion, and motion of the pelvic bones, sacrum, femurs, lumbar spine and thoracic spine.
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DVT: Know the Signs and You Could Save a Life
By K. Jeffrey Miller, DC, MBA
I lost a friend several months ago. He died from a pulmonary embolism (PE) secondary to a deep-vein thrombosis (DVT) that originated in his lower leg. Bobby was in his mid-60s, soft-spoken and had a big heart. He was also obese, had a terrible diet and was out of shape.
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6 Steps to Make 2017 Your Best Year Yet
By Kent Greenawalt
People often ask me what defines success. Success, for me, is simple: doing exactly what you want to do in life. Whether it's the kind of practice you run, your life at home, your hobbies or something else, it's achieving anything you put your mind to.
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Can a Multivitamin Reduce Breast Cancer Recurrence?
By James P. Meschino, DC, MS
There is a great deal of controversy regarding the value of multivitamin supplements in cancer prevention. However, with respect to preventing breast cancer recurrence, an important study was published in the Journal of Breast Cancer Research and Treatment in 2011 by Kwan ML, et al.
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End of an Era Looms at NYCC
Dr. Nicchi to Retire in 2017; New President Named
By Editorial Staff
New York Chiropractic College recently announced that Dr. Frank Nicchi will retire in August 2017 after 36 years with the college, the past 17 as president.
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