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How To Automate 95% of Your Patient’s Care

How To Automate 95% of Your Patient’s Care

Recently, The Journal of Physiotherapy (2019) published a paper finding that patients have a desire for a specific diagnosis. From which, they want “clear, consistent and personalized information on prognosis, treatment options and self-management strategies,...
5 Tools for Treating Patients with Plantar Fasciitis

5 Tools for Treating Patients with Plantar Fasciitis

“The projected yearly costs of plantar fascia treatment could range from 192 to 376 million dollars in the United States, which are huge economic burdens for both the society and individuals.” (1) And almost half of plantar fasciitis sufferers will continue to report...
February Chiropractic Research Roundup

February Chiropractic Research Roundup

This week’s blog covers 15 practical research studies from the past few weeks. We reviewed hundreds and highlighted only those papers that have the ability to enrich our practice, then summarized each with one or two sentences. We hope that you’ll enjoy this month’s...
Maigne Syndrome: Sciatica of the Thoraco-Lumbar Junction

Maigne Syndrome: Sciatica of the Thoraco-Lumbar Junction

Lateral hip, lumbosacral, and groin pain are often due to lumbar spine or hip joint dysfunction. However, the next time you see these symptoms, be sure to assess the thoracolumbar junction (TLJ). TLJ dysfunction, often described as Maigne Syndrome, may result in nerve...
Clinical Findings: The Top 6 Threatening Spinal Diagnoses

Clinical Findings: The Top 6 Threatening Spinal Diagnoses

Repeatedly hearing familiar presentations for common diagnoses can lull clinicians into a false sense of security. Even astute clinicians develop a bias toward statically probable benign neuromusculoskeletal diagnoses. Unfortunately, this complacency can lead to...
Treatment Of Little League Elbow: 3 Expert Tips

Treatment Of Little League Elbow: 3 Expert Tips

In today’s blog, Dr. Tyler White of Gestalt Performance provides three of the most common pitching mechanic flaws leading to elbow injury. In the next five minutes, you will learn how these three throwing patterns cause an elbow injury. The complete video interview...
February Chiropractic Research Roundup

January Chiropractic Research Roundup

It’s that time again! Your ChiroUp research team has compiled clinical tips for 17 common conditions from this past month’s research. From whiplash to plantar fasciitis, we’ve got you covered on the latest news. Review the latest news: ✔ Lumbar Disc Herniation: Size...
Spinal Manipulation: Top Studies of 2019

Spinal Manipulation: Top Studies of 2019

There are many discrepancies when describing the mechanics, benefits, and risks of spinal manipulative therapy (SMT). Chiropractic literature has a plethora of viewpoints regarding SMT, leaving too much room for other professions, personal opinions, and publications...
A New Twist on ROM Testing

A New Twist on ROM Testing

There have been several recent papers supporting a TWIST (pun intended) on standard cervical range of motion testing. Spinal ROM testing identifies deficits in joint motion across multiple segments of the spine; however, the Cervical Flexion-Rotation Test (CFRT)...
Injections for Pain Relief: Pros vs. Cons

Injections for Pain Relief: Pros vs. Cons

Injections for pain relief are growing in popularity. Traditionally, corticosteroid injections are used to alleviate symptoms. However, research has highlighted ongoing concerns about the use of corticosteroids. Some contemporary studies promote a new class of...
Chiropractic Research Update | November 2019

Chiropractic Research Update | November 2019

This week we’re hitting you with the most pertinent research gathered from last month’s published literature. Over 1,000 articles were scoured and summarized into the following 11 summaries — it doesn’t get easier to stay up-to-date than this. ✅ What’s in:...