Evidence-Based Chiropractic Blog
Reading time: 3 minutes Neely et al. (2013) found a measurement you can perform in the office that is 98% as accurate as a CT. “In conclusion, the current study reveals that using the Supine Tape Measure Method (TMM) to the nearest 1 mm to measure LL is valid,...
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Last month, the ChiroUp blog detailed how adding one very simple nerve flossing maneuver could significantly decrease pain in shoulder impingement patients- by nearly two VAS points! In response to requests for additional neurodynamic tutorials, this week’s blog reviews the three most useful upper extremity neurodynamic assessment and management techniques.
Implementing these quick and simple techniques can dramatically impact your clinical outcomes and patient satisfaction.
You asked for it, and as of January 5, ChiroUp will release the most requested piece of functionality from 2020: AUTOMATIC DISABILITY SURVEYS.
This week’s blog breaks down what you need to know, what your patients will see, and how I plan on using this in my own clinic.
BONUS: We’ve also included a sneak peek into where ChiroUp is going in 2021…
Earlier this month, BMC Musculoskeletal Disorders concluded that shoulder impingement syndrome patients showed a dramatic decrease in symptoms after applying one specific Neuromobilization Technique…
Check out this week’s blog for a 2-minute video tutorial on the WHY, WHEN, and HOW of this simple yet promising tool.
Failure to perform an effective physical exam is one of the most inefficient processes within a chiropractic office. Evidence-based clinicians must utilize only the most sensitive and specific tests to ensure a proper diagnosis, clinical success, and resultant patient...
Clinical success requires staying on top of the latest research.
Your ChiroUp research team has reviewed thousands of new articles in 2020, and today, our docs are highlighting the top 10 findings that you can apply. Use these findings to take your clinical outcomes and practice viability to the next level in 2021.
BONUS – we’re linking dozens of ChiroUp resources that allow you to implement this knowledge in your daily practice.
How confident are you with managing chronic pain? Here are three concepts that will help you say ‘goodbye’ to uncertainty.
This week’s blog covers a brief synopsis of new strategies for old complaints accessed from ChiroUp’s 101st protocol: Chronic Pain.
You take pride in being a sharper than average clinician – otherwise, you wouldn’t be reading ChiroUp blogs… But did you ever wonder how your chiropractic musculoskeletal clinical IQ ranks?
Take this quick & confidential 7-question assessment to test your knowledge. (Bonus clinical skills video included)
If you’ve ever worked with a personal injury case, you know that at times it can be… demanding… In this week’s blog, I want to lay out a scenario and ask you the question: what would you do?
Read it to see my experience with navigating patient care, long term expectations, and lawyer expectations after a traumatic injury without structural abnormalities…
We recently reviewed a study that found that “paresthesia in a median nerve distribution with nocturnal awakening” was 77% sensitive for the diagnosis of CTS… So where do the other 23% of cases arise?
This week’s chiropractic clinical blog supplies a quick yet potent review of the work-up for this other common presentation. Watch the blog for best practices that you can apply today.
Evidence-based chiropractors accurately and quickly diagnose patients. If the diagnosis is incorrect—clinical outcomes falter. If the examination is lengthy—practice growth stagnates. However, asking the ideal questions and performing the most sensitive tests improves diagnostic accuracy and speeds up your initial evaluation. These two components lead to greater patient satisfaction and practice growth. In this quick video with Brandon and Tim, learn how emerging research may speed up your initial evaluation and lead to the correct diagnosis in the case of lumbar radiculopathy.