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One Way to Diagnose Interscapular Pain

One Way to Diagnose Interscapular Pain

Interscapular, shoulder, and thoracic pain often share a common cervical etiology -but not always. Evidence-based chiropractors must use orthopedic testing to identify if the pain is due to a local pathology versus neurologic referral. Practitioners must employ their knowledge gained from the patient history, clinical symptoms, and intuition to select the optimal physical exam components needed to identify the correct pathology. Sometimes, these evaluations resemble more of an art than a science!

Check out this week’s blog to learn more about one maneuver that may ultimately be the difference between a satisfied patient and a negative google review.

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Top Treatment for Achilles Tendinopathy

Top Treatment for Achilles Tendinopathy

Expert Guest Blog by Michael Braccio DC, DACRB   Over the previous couple of decades, our understanding of tendon pathology has changed; from tendinitis to tendinosis, and then to tendinopathy. With Achilles tendinopathy being one of the most common injuries, it...

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Top 4 Most Commonly Missed Hip Diagnoses

Top 4 Most Commonly Missed Hip Diagnoses

Problems involving the hip are some of the most frequently undiagnosed or misdiagnosed conditions. When a patient presents with hip pain, evidence-based chiropractors immediately consider the most probable culprits –like greater throchanteric pain syndrome and...

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Chiropractic Research RoundUp: February

Chiropractic Research RoundUp: February

ChiroUp reviewed over 1,000 new abstracts last month. Check out the top 18 summaries that will impact your management from head-to-toe…Review the latest news: ✔ Top undiagnosed causes of hip pain ✔ High false positive carpal tunnel rate for NCV’s ✔ Therapeutic tape...

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Don’t Make Promises That You Can’t Keep

Don’t Make Promises That You Can’t Keep

Predicting responders vs. non-responders for any given treatment can be difficult; and estimating recovery is even more burdensome.  While there is no foolproof way of answering either question, there is a concept to help you make more informed treatment decisions for...

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January Research Roundup

January Research Roundup

The research is in! Check out our collection of 15 new studies that will optimize the way you practice each day- 5 treatments that work, 5 that don’t, and 5 studies that are simply intriguing.Review the latest news: ✔  Avoiding surgery for rotator cuff tears ✔ ...

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