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Fibromyalgia Facts, Chiropractic and Myofascial Therapy

In 1986, Fibromyalgia (FMS) patients evaluated chiropractic care via a ‘questionnaire study’, as being more successful than  prescribed medication.(1) Follow-up survey figures in 1991 supported the earlier findings.(2) An additional study demonstrated that chiropractors were amongst the alternative health practitioners that FMS (Fibromyalgia Syndrome) patients most frequently used.(3) ... Read More »

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Upper Back Pain

Upper Back Pain, although not as common as lower back pain, plagues people every day. I’ll touch on a few of the common sources of upper and middle back pain. Colorado chiropractors, given the huge number of recreational runners and outdoor enthusiasts; see upper back pain as a result of faulty biomechanics in a majority of the cases. Downtown Denver chiropractors may see more postural relat... Read More »

Eliminate back pain

Eliminating Back Pain

There are two ways to get rid of any pain.  You can get rid of the stress causing the pain OR increase your threshold (the body’s resistance) to the stress that’s causing the pain.  To eliminate back pain effectively, you’ll need to fully understand and know what’s causing it in the first place. Treating the cause of axial skeletal pain doesn’t mean taking drugs, pills or surgery (unless the... Read More »

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DRX9000 Spinal Decompression

DRX9000 spinal decompression treatment for sciatica, back pain and herniated and bulging discs is quite simply a pain relieving, alternative treatment for patients who experience chronic back and leg pain or chronic neck and arm pain. The DRX9000 (which treats the lumbar spine for lower back conditions) and the DRX9000C (which treats the cervical spine for neck and arm pain) are forms of treatment... Read More »

Therapeutic Laser Pain Relief

Therapeutic Laser Pain Relief

Therapeutic laser for pain relief and tissue healing has become a ‘go-to’ alternative treatment modality for chronic pain syndromes in our chiropractic clinic in Lakewood. In fact, it’s hard to imagine practicing without it. I’ve used it with great success for the treatment of acute injuries such as recently sprained ankles, as well as chronic conditions like low back disc ... Read More »

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DRX9000 Reviews by Top Radiologist

As far as DRX9000 reviews go… on spinal decompression therapy, what you are about to see is a pretty good one. It’s by radiologist, Terry Yochum, who along with Lindsay J. Rowe of Australia, authored the radiology textbook Essentials of Skeletal Radiology. 3rd ed. He’s been around a while and seen a fair share of herniated disc treatments up close and personal on MRI and this vid... Read More »

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Colorado Sports Chiropractor

Being a Colorado sports chiropractor is the best. It’s a year-round affair. Colorado is perpetually regarded as one of the healthiest states in the union. One of the biggest reasons, I believe, is due to the high participatory level of outdoor activities and sports. (Which is why I chose to be a Colorado sports chiropractor and make Denver my home) A few years ago I was given the honor of be... Read More »

Chiropractic Sports Injury Clinic- How Long Should You Ice?

Chiropractic Sports Injury Clinic- How Long Should You Ice?

DO NOT LEAVE ICE ON TOO LONG after an injury! Listen to this story… Researchers at the Dept. of Accident and Emergency Medicine at Southern General Hospital in Glasgow and Accident and Emergency Crosshouse Hospital in Kilmarnock, Scotland, made news of a case of a P.E. teacher who used a bag of frozen potatoes to get rid of pain in her foot. She let the bag sit on her foot for at least 40 mi... Read More »

Chiropractic Research Review

Video Reviews 3 major medical studies that talk about research on chiropractic Posted from Newtown, Pennsylvania, United States. Did you like this? Share it:Tweet Read More »

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Information on Treating Ear Infections

Chiropractic and ear infections? Here’s a small collection of interesting research on ear infections (Otitis media). From a Postgraduate Medicine, Oct. ’87, review article by Moshe Frenkel, M.D., Acute Otitis Media; Does Therapy Alter its Course?: Eichenwald (1985): no bacterial cause can be identified in 1/3 of cases; spontaneous resolution in 60% within ten days of onset Fry (1958): 85% of... Read More »

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