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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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Fibromyalgia: What works?

Fibromyalgia: What works?

On December 26th, 2018, the Journal of Psychiatry and Clinical Neurosciences published a study showing that transcranial magnetic stimulation may provide benefit for fibromyalgia patients. (96) Whew…we can all breath a sigh of relief knowing that our treatment options...

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Successful Evidence-Based Chiropractors Do This

Successful Evidence-Based Chiropractors Do This

After countless conversations, many meetings with large chiropractic clinic systems, and learning from hundreds of ChiroUp members; there is one differentiator that successful chiropractors possess—those who “classify” and those who don’t. There are outliers in any...

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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...

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ONE Essential Exercise for Plantar Fasciosis

ONE Essential Exercise for Plantar Fasciosis

Plantar fasciosis (PF) is a prevalent diagnosis, and if treated effectively, can help build your reputation. Medical treatment is generally directed at rest and anti-inflammatories. However, approximately 40% of patients continue to have symptoms after two years. (1)...

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Top Techniques for Tennis Elbow

Top Techniques for Tennis Elbow

Lateral epicondylopathy (LE) is the most common cause of elbow pain, and the natural course of the disorder can be exasperating.  Twenty percent of untreated patients demonstrate no improvement after one year.  (1) However, a new systematic review in the Journal of...

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2 Critical Steps to Resolve Ankle Sprains

2 Critical Steps to Resolve Ankle Sprains

Efficient treatment of ankle sprains continues well after the pain subsides.  While the majority of inversion (lateral) ankle sprains heal relatively quickly, up to 1/3 of patients, continue to note symptoms at one year, and up to 25% report pain, instability,...

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