Patient Care
Neural glitches in the sleep-deprived brain can intensify and prolong the agony of sickness and injury, research finds.
Over the last 20 years, shockwave therapy (SWT) has evolved at an incredible pace.  Originally developed to treat kidney stones, SWT is a non-invasive alternative to surgery, and has been used to treat people of all ages, and multiple conditions.
Many people seek out chiropractors for the treatment of various musculoskeletal complaints, most notably lower back pain and neck pain.
Newswise — Charlottesville, VA. In the article "Golf: a contact sport. Repetitive traumatic discopathy may be the driver of early lumbar degeneration in modern-era golfers" published today in the Journal of Neurosurgery: Spine (https://thejns.org/doi/full/10.3171/2018.10.SPINE181113), Drs. Corey T. Walker, Juan S. Uribe, and Randall W. Porter from Barrow Neurological Institute describe the biomechanics of modern-era golf and its clinical consequences.
While we are familiar with Practitioner Based Outcomes Assessments (objective measurements of strength or posture or active ranges of motion, useful to document a patient’s baseline physical facts and how they change over time), are we familiar with the patient’s subjective experience? How a patient feels and how they are functioning is becoming an equally important measure of a treatment’s success.
It's estimated that 4 out of 5 adults will have an attack of back pain at some point in their lives. That's the bad news. The good news is that 80% of the time, simple back and neck pain can go away on its own. 
If you experience an injury at work, the amount of compensation you receive depends on which impairment rating system is used, according to research from McMaster University and the Netherlands.
Arthritis is a term commonly used to describe conditions giving rise to joint based symptoms.
If you have ever broken an arm and had to wear a cast or splint for a few weeks, you will be familiar with the alarming loss of muscle and uneasy feeling of weakness experienced after removing your cast.
I’ve been practicing chiropractic for a long while now and I have a confession to make: Sometimes as I head into the office, I secretly wish every patient to come through my door will have nothing to complain about. They will all be happy, healthy people who are just in for a tune-up. I’ll give them a few adjustments; they’ll leave with a skip in their step and a feeling that all is right in their world.
Each fall as students return to school the number of books and notebooks seems to multiply. While parents may fear the mountain of homework each night, they should also be concerned about the damage that an improperly worn backpack is doing to their child's back.
It is now accepted that sport-related concussion can have a direct and significant effect on the functional status of the brain, but recent research from our laboratory has demonstrated that the heart is also significantly affected.
A new study published in the Journal of Chiropractic Education reveals that both pre-clinical and clinical students, and pre-clinical and clinical DC faculty harboured anti-obesity attitudes and moderate anti-obesity beliefs. 
CHICAGO—Half of Americans (50%) report suffering from chronic pain lasting three months or longer, according to a recent Harris Poll commissioned by the American Osteopathic Association. More alarming, unless early intervention is prioritized, patients may suffer indefinitely, say osteopathic physicians who specialize in pain management.
UNIVERSITY PARK, PA—Trying to suppress worries during a health scare, like the recent Zika outbreak, may lead to an ever-intensifying cycle of emotional suppression and fear, according to a team of researchers.
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