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Carpal Tunnel Research Update (What’s In & What’s Out)

A significant amount of new data has been published in the past quarter about the management of Carpal Tunnel Syndrome (CTS). This week’s blog will equip evidence-based chiropractors with a quick summary of the ten most significant findings plus a bonus tutorial video...
Carpal Tunnel Research Update (What’s In & What’s Out)

Carpal Tunnel Research Update (What’s In & What’s Out)

A significant amount of new data has been published in the past quarter about the management of Carpal Tunnel Syndrome (CTS). This week’s blog will equip evidence-based chiropractors with a quick summary of the ten most significant findings plus a bonus tutorial video...

5 Potent Tools For Tennis Elbow

What do you do for patients with chronic tennis elbow? Most evidence-based chiropractors have a multimodal recipe that includes manipulation, manual therapy, anti-inflammatory modalities, and stretching.  Today’s blog will describe 5 proven ingredients to help improve...
Five Potent Tools for Tennis Elbow

Five Potent Tools for Tennis Elbow

What do you do for patients with chronic tennis elbow? Most evidence-based chiropractors have a multimodal recipe that includes manipulation, manual therapy, anti-inflammatory modalities, and stretching.  Today’s blog will describe 5 proven ingredients to help improve...
3 Simple Nerve Flossing Exercises to Help Resolve Arm Pain

3 Simple Nerve Flossing Exercises to Help Resolve Arm Pain

According to a new Spine Journal Study: “Symptomatic nerve roots are wider than asymptomatic nerve roots due to the presence of edema. Peripheral nerves develop edema, fibrosis, and changes distal to the affected nerve.”(1)  Nerves are dynamic structures that need the...

Runners with Pain? – Try This

“Static assessment of movement-related injuries may lull a chiropractor into a secondary diagnosis.  There is no substitute for watching patients move.” - Common Sense Running is a common trigger for recurrent lower extremity pain. The majority of running-related...
Runners with Pain? – Try This

Runners with Pain? – Try This

“Static assessment of movement-related injuries may lull a chiropractor into a secondary diagnosis.  There is no substitute for watching patients move.” - Common Sense Running is a common trigger for recurrent lower extremity pain. The majority of running-related...
Research Roundup for September 2018

Research Roundup for September 2018

Review the latest news: ✔ Can SMT cause disc herniation? ✔ Conservative care is as effective as surgery for CTS ✔ Chiropractic patients use far fewer opioids ✔ 2 tests to predict LBP during pregnancy Successful evidence-based chiropractors continually leverage new...

Research Roundup for September 2018

Review the latest news: ✔ Can SMT cause disc herniation? ✔ Conservative care is as effective as surgery for CTS ✔ Chiropractic patients use far fewer opioids ✔ 2 tests to predict LBP during pregnancy   Successful evidence-based chiropractors continually leverage new...

2 Exercises to End Iliotibial Band Syndrome

Increased activity and knee pain go together like peanut butter and jelly.  The Iliotibial band is a frequent recipient of overuse stress. This blog will provide an updated etiology of the best practice management for Iliotibial Band Syndrome (ITBS), including a...
2 Exercises to End Iliotibial Band Syndrome

2 Exercises to End Iliotibial Band Syndrome

Increased activity and knee pain go together like peanut butter and jelly.  The Iliotibial band is a frequent recipient of overuse stress. This blog will provide an updated etiology of the best practice management for Iliotibial Band Syndrome (ITBS), including a...