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March Chiropractic Research Update

March Chiropractic Research Update

  Successful evidence-based chiropractors continually leverage new studies to improve their clinical decision making. ChiroUp helps by scouring fresh literature to mine out practical best practice data. We hope that you will enjoy reviewing nineteen of the most...
Orthotics for Everyone?

Orthotics for Everyone?

Many chiropractors fit every patient with orthotics.  They reason to great lengths that orthotics improve global proprioception and muscle activation.  Therefore, all patients with diagnoses ranging from headaches to hip impingement can benefit from custom orthotics....
Chiropractic Research Update

Chiropractic Research Update

Evidence-based chiropractors know that they must employ and continually refine “best practices” to obtain great clinical outcomes. ChiroUp regularly scours freshly published literature to mine out new clinical pearls and “best practice” data. The following up-to-date...
A Simple Solution for the Most Common Causes of Foot Pain

A Simple Solution for the Most Common Causes of Foot Pain

Foot pain is one of the more common lower extremity complaints seen in a chiropractic office. Since foot problems often have widespread lower extremity compensations; there is no profession better suited to address these issues. To achieve excellent clinical outcomes,...
Disc Degeneration Illustrated: Age 0-60 in 3 minutes

Disc Degeneration Illustrated: Age 0-60 in 3 minutes

Lumbar disc degeneration is exceptionally common, affecting up to16% of 20-year olds with an age-related progression to involve 80% of patients over age 40 and 98% of those over 70. (1-3) Check out this new 3-minute video where Dr. Bertelsman examines an actual disc...
One Potent Exercise for Groins

One Potent Exercise for Groins

  Why are groin pain, sports hernias, and adductor strains so difficult to rehabilitate? Probably because groin pain has many so variables that limit complete recovery.   The Clinical Journal of Sports Medicine outlined a complex range of functional deficits that may...
Define YOUR 2018

Define YOUR 2018

1998 Do Not get into stranger’s cars Do Not meet people from the internet 2017 Literally summon strangers from the internet to get into their car Yes, the way we commute is evolving and the advent of self-driving cars may change that even more radically. In the years...
Chiropractic Research Update – November

Chiropractic Research Update – November

  Your ChiroUp team regularly scours emerging literature to mine out relevant clinical information that affects your practice. Some studies describe new concepts, while others simply reinforce our current understanding and provide additional support for evidence-based...
Chiropractors Role in Opioid Use Disorders

Chiropractors Role in Opioid Use Disorders

  Opioid Use Disorder (OUD) has quietly but quickly become the hottest topic in healthcare public policy. More than 1/3 of Americans use opioids and 11.5 million misuse or abuse the drug. (1) Tragically, more than 20,000 people died in 2015 due to an opioid overdose....
Core Stability? What about Foot Stability?

Core Stability? What about Foot Stability?

A prior blog about Achilles tendinosis discussed how treating a tendinopathy requires that you answer two questions. First: Does the patient have inflamed tissue or degenerated tissue? Second: Did this injury result in a compensatory movement pattern? Let’s look...