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May Chiropractic Research Update

May Chiropractic Research Update

Medline contains more than 24 million articles, with almost one million new citations added each year. Keeping up is tough, but ChiroUp makes it easier for you to stay on top of the musculoskeletal literature. Each week our team mines the most relevant chiropractic...
Chiropractic New Year Plan

Chiropractic New Year Plan

  The New Year brings an excellent opportunity for reflection to assess your 2016 performance and plan for an even more successful 2017. First, let’s quickly review the prosperity plan that we described at the beginning of the year: The business of farming is an...
Habits and LBP Continuum

Habits and LBP Continuum

In the continuum of lower back pain, astute clinicians must address the root functional triggers for pain and dysfunction- not simply the structural consequences. Remember, disc lesions and degeneration are merely the result of cumulative insults to the associated...
Happiness

Happiness

  In 1938 Harvard University began following 268 male undergraduate students and kicked off ‘Triumphs of Experience’, the longest-running longitudinal study of human development in history. The study’s goal was to determine what factors contribute most strongly...
Disc Lesion Nomenclature

Disc Lesion Nomenclature

  Disc problems may be classified by location/ zone as central, subarticular (lateral recess), foraminal, or extraforaminal. The most accepted nomenclature for disc lesions is the use of the term “protrusion” to describe bulging of an intact annulus, “extrusion”...
FAI

FAI

                  Illustration reprinted with permission from Kevin Neeld, Endeavor Sports Performance   Femoroacetabular impingement (FAI) is an anatomical mismatch between the head of the femur and the acetabulum,...