By Donald M. Petersen Jr., BS, HCD(hc), FICC(h), Publisher
A recent analysis evaluated how patient belief regarding the effectiveness of antibiotics can impact required appendectomies as decided by the surgeon. The outcomes have clinical applications DCs may want to consider.
Clinical Tips & Tools
By Thomas Michaud, DC
In any given year, nearly 40 percent of the U.S. population will develop a low back injury severe enough to limit activity. Once injured, there is a 22 percent chance of reinjury within three months and a nearly 80 percent chance of reinjury within the next three years.
By Donald DeFabio, DC, DACBSP, DABCO
Vibration therapy needs to be applied like all modalities:
after thoughtful evaluation with the appropriate duration, intensity and
site of application. Let's look at how and when vibration can be applied in
By Steven Visentin
Clarence Thatch is a professional fighter known as "The Zen Master." For Clarence, most of what seems urgent in life is unimportant. Learn how you can apply the same principle for practice success.
By Monika A. Buerger, BA, DC
Loss of balance in the aging population is a key
concern when it comes to the risk of falls and subsequent injuries, such
as fractures. Modern-day neuroscience research continues to
show the influence postural stability and balance also have on brain health