By Editorial Staff
A 30-second commercial developed by the F4CP and promoting chiropractic for older adults aired twice during CNN's television premiere of "American Pain" on Feb. 5.
By Thomas Michaud, DC
Despite its overall strength, the ACL is extremely injury prone, with nearly one in 25 athletes tearing their the ligament annually. Here's why and what you can do about it.
Techniques & Tools
Tap Into the Other 80% of the Nervous System
By Adam Del Torto, DC
Are you insane? were the first words that came to mind when I was
first introduced to this unique technique in 1984 at a seminar. Years
later, I took the seminar and quickly realized what had been missing
from my practice.
By James Lehman, DC, MBA, DIANM
This article addresses a common cause of anterior knee pain. Appropriate
diagnosis of this knee condition is commonly overlooked. The putative
case report presents a male patient suffering with knee pain with an
Why Metabolism Slows With Age and How to Help Preserve It
By Jeffrey Tucker, DC, DACRB
The average decline in metabolic rate after age 20 is estimated to be around 2-5% per decade. Let's discuss some of the factors that influence the rate of decline – and what you can do to increase patients' metabolism as they age.