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Nutrition and Immunity: An Evidence-Based Review (Pt. 1)

By James P. Meschino, DC, MS

Your Practice

Are You Prepared for Post-COVID Practice?

By Donald M. Petersen Jr., BS, HCD(hc), FICC(h), Publisher

If you haven't done so already, you should begin thinking about things you can do to expand your practice in the post-COVID-19 era – at least once the "new normal" has been established. 

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COVID-19: Do Your Patients Pass the Sniff Test?

By K. Jeffrey Miller, DC, MBA

In recent weeks, there have been several reports of the loss of smell and taste as possible symptoms of the coronavirus. The evidence is anecdotal at this point; however, the consistency with which these symptoms occur indicates formal investigation is necessary.

Health & Wellness

The Beauty of Biohacking

By Jeffrey Tucker, DC, DACRB

Biohacking aims to improve performance by applying recent bioneuroscience discoveries and advanced technologies to help people reach their full potential by optimizing how the body and brain function and perform. I believe chiropractic care should play a big role in biohacking. Here's why.

Back Pain

Protocols for Lumbar Stenosis

By Donald DeFabio, DC, DACBSP, DABCO

The benefit of walking for the management of the chronic low back pain patient is well-established in the literature and was previously discussed in the March issue. However, the patient with degenerative lumbar spinal stenosis (DLSS) has difficulty standing in corrected posture, let alone walking, making the prescription of walking challenging. The good news is walking, quality-of-life measures and functional indexes can be improved in the DLSS population with conservative, hands-on chiropractic care.

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