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Treating Runners with Gluteal Pain

Treating Runners with Gluteal Pain

Reading time: 5 minutes Runners are often a pain in the butt—mainly because they have pain in their butt! This population of patients requires attention to detail so we can quickly get them back to the sport. Today’s blog will cover the differential diagnosis of the...

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Chiropractic Management of Spinal Curves

Chiropractic Management of Spinal Curves

Do Spinal Curves Matter? Scientific knowledge changes with newly published research. What we know today may not be entirely true in the years to come. Chiropractors today are asked the same questions they encountered 50 years ago.  However, have the answers changed?...

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7 Tips for Solving Unresponsive Problems

7 Tips for Solving Unresponsive Problems

While the majority of musculoskeletal cases respond quickly and favorably to conservative care, some conditions are less cooperative. When a patient is not meeting outcome goals, evidence-based chiropractors must be willing to abandon their familiar recipe, and “do...

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Imaging Guidelines for Acute Trauma

Imaging Guidelines for Acute Trauma

Last weekend, we all woke up to College Football Gameday on ESPN, or as I like to call it—Christmas morning! These games bring joy to many lives. Unfortunately, not all of the athletes finish contests with the same level of satisfaction… or health. High impact sports...

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Antibiotics Double the Risk Of CAD

Antibiotics Double the Risk Of CAD

Fluoroquinolone antibiotics are commonly used to treat a variety of illnesses such as respiratory, skin, and urinary tract infections. According to CDC data, nearly 30 million fluoroquinolone prescriptions are dispensed in the United states each year. (1)...

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Top Tips for Treating Sciatica

Top Tips for Treating Sciatica

Is There Anything Else You Can Do for My Leg Pain?  How many times have you heard this from frustrated sciatica patients, or worse yet, felt this as a provider? If a patient presents with a problem amenable to your skillset, you beam with confidence in knowing that...

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Running From Arthritis?

Running From Arthritis?

Abundant data is proving that running does not cause or exacerbate osteoarthritis in healthy subjects. (1-10) In fact, some studies have shown that running may help to prevent joint degeneration. (8-11) However, running does not necessarily impart the same protective...

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Impact of Age on Elbow Injuries

Impact of Age on Elbow Injuries

An orthopedic diagnosis identifies a tissue that has failed. Patients engage in activities, play sports, pursue hobbies, develop postures, and traumatically injure themselves to end up in your office.  The patient's age can help narrow the list of potential tissue...

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Top 10 Head-to-Toe Research Quotes

Top 10 Head-to-Toe Research Quotes

This month’s research roundup is going head-to-toe! Check out what ChiroUp’s research team has pulled from the most up-to-date literature that impacts our profession & standard of care.Review the latest news: ✔ Upper cervical restrictions linked to TMD ✔ Yergasons...

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