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4 Tools for Pregnancy-Related LBP

4 Tools for Pregnancy-Related LBP

A new study from Anesthesia: Essays & Research concluded that up to 80% of pregnant women suffer from low back pain. Of those, one in three lost sleep and nearly twice as many limited their physical activity due to pain. (1) To make matters worse, a history of...
What You Need to Know About TOS

What You Need to Know About TOS

Thoracic outlet syndrome (TOS) is a common diagnosis for evidence-based chiropractors. The condition is characterized by upper extremity pain and paresthesia secondary to occlusion, compression, injury, or irritation to the neurovascular structures traversing the...
May Research Roundup

May Research Roundup

The research is out! Our ChiroUp data collection team reviewed more than a thousand abstracts last month to mine out the essential, best practices that will impact your practice today.  Review the latest news: ✔ Manipulation Helps Migraines ✔ Coronary Artery Disease...
2 Simple Tips for Treating Shoulder Pain

2 Simple Tips for Treating Shoulder Pain

Shoulder pain is second only to back pain for visits to a doctor.  The good thing is that evidence-based chiropractors are uniquely positioned to treat shoulder dysfunction better and faster than any other health care professional.  Not because we are gurus, but...
What are SNAGs…

What are SNAGs…

The use of SNAG (sustained natural apophyseal glide) mobilizations may increase patient compliance and improve your clinical outcomes. A recent publication by Mohamed et al. (2019) utilized cervical SNAGs to treat cervicogenic headaches and dizziness related to upper cervical joint dysfunction. Incorporation of two special SNAGs provided significant symptomatic relief:

Running into Good Form

Running into Good Form

Years of research and decades of experience in treating runners yields one conclusion: FORM MATTERS. There is one simple gait-retraining cue used by specialists to help avoid running injuries.  This cue will alleviate symptoms and return runners to their sport...
May Research Roundup

April Research Round-Up

The research is out! Our ChiroUp data collection team has reviewed more than a thousand abstracts this month to mine out the essential, best practices that will impact your practice today.

Game-Changing Knee Assessment You Can Apply Today

Game-Changing Knee Assessment You Can Apply Today

The primary goal of chiropractic physicians is to DIAGNOSE. And some of the most notable diagnoses in the knee involve the anterior cruciate ligament (ACL). Ruling out an ACL tear (acute or chronic) is essential before initiating treatment and rehab.  Fortunately,...
New Pearl for Resolving Shoulder Pain

New Pearl for Resolving Shoulder Pain

Shoulder pain is the second most common diagnosis seen in a musculoskeletal provider’s office. Treating shoulder dysfunction should constitute a significant portion of every chiropractor’s day.  Not because it is quick and easy, but because it is challenging....
May Research Roundup

Chiropractic Research RoundUp: March

Staying at the top of your clinical “A” game means staying on top of the latest research. In this week’s blog, our team has summarized 11 of the most relevant studies pulled from the most recent research, with best practices that you can apply today.  Review the...
Annals of Medicine Weighs in on Cervical Artery Dissection

Annals of Medicine Weighs in on Cervical Artery Dissection

On March 19, 2019, Annals of Medicine hit the chiropractic profession with new research that will change the perception of chiropractic care. Here’s what they said: “Manual therapy does not result in an increased risk of Cervical Arterial Dissection.” Annals of...
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...