Chiropractic Manipulation Influences on Work Performance
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Chiropractic Manipulation Influences on Work Performance

Health, Productivity, Absenteeism, Injury Prevention In 2003, an important study was published in the journal Spine, titled (1): Chronic Spinal Pain: A Randomized Clinical Trial Comparing Medication, Acupuncture, and Spinal Manipulation In this study, researchers from the National Unit for Multidisciplinary Studies of Spinal Pain at the University of Queensland, Australia, randomly assigned 115 chronic...

Upper Cervical Spine Alignment and the Skull
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Upper Cervical Spine Alignment and the Skull

Chronic Headaches, Balance Problems, Brain Fog, and More Chiropractic clinical practice acknowledges that there is a unique and important relationship between the alignment of the skull and the upper cervical spine. Nearly all chiropractic techniques (specific treatment approaches) treat alignment problems of the upper cervical spine, but many chiropractors only treat the upper cervical spine,...

Spinal Manipulation for Low Back Pain
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Spinal Manipulation for Low Back Pain

The Evidence Continues to Grow The American opiate crisis and its resulting heroin/fentanyl addiction epidemic began in 1980 when the prestigious medical journal, The New England Journal of Medicine, indicated that “less than one percent” of patients given opiate drugs for pain became addicted (1). Sadly, this statistic was not based on valid scientific data....

The Kinetic Chain
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The Kinetic Chain

The Foot, The Leg, The Pelvis, And Back Pain Foot problems are a common cause of low back pain. Inequality of the length of the legs is a common cause of low back pain. A pelvis that is not level is a common cause of low back pain. The biomechanics of the low back are...

Chiropractic Manipulation for Chronic Migraine Headache
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Chiropractic Manipulation for Chronic Migraine Headache

The total sum of suffering caused by migraine is higher than any other kind of headache (1). “Migraine is often incapacitating, with considerable impact on social activities and work, and may lead to significant consumption of drugs.” (1) The diagnosis of migraine is made clinically. There are no blood tests, imaging, or electro-physiologic tests to...