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9 Ideas to Solve Plantar Foot Pain Fast

9 Ideas to Solve Plantar Foot Pain Fast

This week’s video blog covers 9 reasons patients suffer from ongoing plantar fascia-mediated pain. (HINT: It’s often not Plantar Fasciitis!) Then, I will give you the exercises, stretches, treatments, and patient education materials to help you solve these sometimes tricky cases.

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5 Facts About Cervical Steroid Injections (ESI)

5 Facts About Cervical Steroid Injections (ESI)

Despite the criticism and decline in utilization, there is an extensive and growing list of research demonstrating the clinical and cost-utility of epidural procedures in managing spinal pain. Literature in the form of randomized controlled trials (RCTs), systematic...

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Raising The Bar | Guest Blog with Dr. Jay Greenstein

Raising The Bar | Guest Blog with Dr. Jay Greenstein

2020 has spit out more business challenges that most any other period in recent history. The upside is that leaders who have accepted and survived those challenges are not merely returning to “normal.” Instead, they have been forced to evolve and are better equipped...

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6 Solutions For Peripheral Pain

6 Solutions For Peripheral Pain

Chronic pain is an outward manifestation of inner adaptations to pain processing. The brain is responsible for pain perception and remembering pain patterns. However, in addition to the brain, the dorsal horn of the spinal cord and peripheral tissue can also LEARN to be in pain.

Learning is a physiologic process and not an intellectual feat, and it doesn’t happen only in the brain. Each site adapts physiologically in response to constant stimulation. Today’s blog will highlight six evidence-based treatment concepts to help stop peripheral nociception- the instigator of chronic pain.

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June Research Update

June Research Update

This blog covers 12 practical research studies from the past few weeks. We reviewed hundreds and highlighted only those papers that can enrich our practice. We changed up this week’s blog to include both the research, as well as the associated ChiroUp resource. Review...

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Painful Memories

Painful Memories

There is something about going to a beach that makes me happy. I can remember growing up in North Carolina and taking day trips to the ocean. I can visualize opening the car door, the salty air hitting my face, the sun's heat, and the anticipation of a fun day in the...

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Maigne Syndrome: The #1 Overlooked LBP Diagnosis?

Maigne Syndrome: The #1 Overlooked LBP Diagnosis?

Maigne syndrome and cluneal neuropathy are commonly overlooked causes of pain in the lumbosacral region, iliac crest, and buttock. (1-3) In fact, the pair are causative or contributory in up to 40% of LBP cases. (5,40,41) And that prospect increases as symptoms extend...

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Vertebral Fractures: New Chiropractic Test

Vertebral Fractures: New Chiropractic Test

Effective and efficient chiropractors ask the right questions; allowing them to perform the most sensitive orthopedic testing to identify damaged tissue. A recent article by Jin et al. (2020) identified a new orthopedic test to do just that. The Back Pain-Inducing...

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Chronic Pain Neuroscience

Chronic Pain Neuroscience

Traditional chiropractic training has primarily focused on the mechanical aspects of pathology. Evidence-based chiropractors routinely seek to answer questions like: Which anatomical tissue is irritated? What habits and postures caused or perpetuated the dysfunction?...

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Patient Reactivation: 5 Steps for a Successful Campaign

Patient Reactivation: 5 Steps for a Successful Campaign

The pandemic has whipped most everyone’s overbooked calendar into something much more manageable. That wouldn’t sound so bad had it not hit our chiropractic patient appointment schedule equally hard with canceled appointments and missed visits. But as society returns...

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