Scoliosis, and other major distortions in posture, have benefited little from rehabilitation until just over a decade ago.
Patellofemoral pain syndrome (PFPS) is a common and significant knee disorder, although it remains poorly understood. It is thought that a combination of biomechanical, neuromuscular, and soft tissue changes contribute to abnormal patellofemoral joint contact pressures, resulting in local pain and dysfunction.
The World Federation of Chiropractic's (WFC) 10th Biennial Congress - hosted by the Canadian Chiropractic Association (CCA) - is shaping up to be an outstanding program with strong content on each of the science, philosophy and art of chiropractic.
Introduction and clinical case studies for Cranial Adjusting Turner Style: Dr.T has been a pioneer chiropractor for 34 years. He developed the C.A.T.S. technique over a 20-year period and has been sharing it with only chiropractors for five years.
Rocky was having trouble with his starts, as he competed internationally last year. Briar, a big fellow, could turn left quickly without any problem, but when he tried to cut right, something didn’t feel right so he would have to slow down and be more deliberate in his actions. Kelly would negotiate the hurdles just fine, in the early stages of her event, but by the end she was knocking hurdles over with her trailing leg. Dennis, an ex-athlete, now looking older than he actually is, simply had trouble negotiating around his home.
Nobody puts chiropractic in the corner – no one from the Toronto stage cast of Dirty Dancing, at least. In fact, treatments for the cast of this hit production occur backstage in a room, at the famous Royal Alexandra Theatre, alongside stage props and understudy costumes or off site in a typical clinical setting.
The bottom line in sports conditioning and fitness training is adaptive body stress. Athletes must put their bodies under a certain amount of stress to increase physical capabilities. Where the stress loads are appropriate, then the athlete’s body adapts to the demands placed upon it.
Just about everywhere you look you will see people talking or texting on very small cell phones, busily typing messages with their thumbs on their handheld computers and personal organizers or scrolling through music on portable media players. As electronics get smaller, more portable and therefore more heavily used, we may be risking injury from overuse of wrists, fingers, and thumbs that we use to operate and type on these miniature keyboards. Repeating these tasks for hours at a time may cause painful repetitive strain injuries.
On September 27, 2007, Dr. Sony Canteenwala of Winnipeg was asked to present at the Southern Nevada Association of Addiction Professionals (SNAAP) conference in Las Vegas, Nevada. The event was hosted by the University of Nevada, Las Vegas (UNLV) School of Medicine at the Richard Tam Alumni Center on UNLV’s campus. Canteenwala’s topic was “The Role of the Chiropractor in Addiction Medicine.”
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Interprofessional seminar: Interprofessional Management of Tendinopathies
October 26-27, 2019
Interprofessional Collaborative Spine Conference
November 8-9, 2019
Royal College of Chiropractic Sports Sciences Eastern Conference
November 9-10, 2019
2020 San Diego Pain Summit
February 11-16, 2020
Brain Injury Canada Conference
April 30-1, 2020
16th Biennial WFC Congress
May 12-15, 2020