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Inaugural class of 2015 shares their residency experiences.
By Clinton Daniels, DC, MS, Amanda Dluzneiwski, DC, Derek Golley, DC, Benjamin Liang, DC and Rachel Perrucci, DC
As you may have read previously, a major step forward for the profession occurred in July 2014 when the Department of Veterans Affairs began piloting a chiropractic residency program at five locations.
 
 
 
Treating overuse injuries conservatively: a golfer's case report.
By Tom LaFountain, DC
In the world of sports medicine, many careers are saved by surgeries that correct traumatic damage to the body. Muscle tears, ligament damage, fractures, spinal disc herniations, and joint instabilities are a few of the issues frequently addressed with surgical intervention.
  
By Thomas Michaud, DC
Once past the ankle, impact forces travel at about 200 mph into the knee. In addition to allowing the quad to absorb force, bending the knee (E) prevents the hip and pelvis from moving up and down too much (F), which is important for injury prevention and efficiency. The gluteus medius muscle is also important for shock absorption because it prevents the opposite hip from lowering (G).
 
 
 
Position paper highlights growing opportunity for DCs.
By Editorial Staff
The Foundation for Chiropractic Progress has released a position paper highlighting the financial, clinical and patient-satisfaction benefits of providing chiropractic care at on-site corporate health clinics.
  
By Donald M. Petersen Jr., BS, HCD(hc), FICC(h), Publisher
Allow me to introduce you to Cheyenne (Chey), the daughter of some of our family's closest friends. We attend and serve at the same church together, and have known each other for many years.
 
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By Deborah Pate, DC, DACBR
The Nomenclature and Classification of Lumbar Disc Pathology consensus, published in 2001 by the collaborative efforts of the North American Spine Society, the American Society of Spine Radiology and the American Society of Neuroradiology, has guided radiologists, clinicians and the public for more than a decade.
  
By Howard Pettersson, DC and J.R. Green, DC
A patient with sacroiliac fixation and dysfunction ordinarily demonstrates a noticeable leg-length inequality when placed in the prone position on the adjusting table. Testing begins with passive flexion of both knees and observation of any changes in leg length.
 
 
    
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