January 1, 2011

Chiropractic Summit Update: Health Care Reform

Back Injuries in the Young Athlete

The Amazing Chiropractor Series Moving Forward with Dr. Kenzo Kase

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Chiropractic Summit Update: Health Care Reform

■ As YOU KNOW BY NOW, THE REPUBLICANS HAVE TAKEN OVER THE MA­JORITY IN THE U.S. HOUSF. OF REPRESENTATIVES. One OF THEIR KEY PLAT­FORMS DURING THE CAMPAIGN WAS TO REPEAL THE PATIENT PROTECTION and Affordable Care Act (PPACA). However, with the Presid

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Back Injuries in the Young Athlete

B ACK INJURIES IN ADOI.FSCTNTS ARK NOT VKRY COMMON, but add participation in athletics and you increase the opportunity of experiencing some form of low back pain. According to Micheli. back injuries of young athletes are a significant phenomenon, e

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The Amazing Chiropractor Series Moving Forward with Dr. Kenzo Kase

D r. Kenzo Kase expects that when it comes his time to, well, die, he will do so slumping, lurching or somehow moving forward. The 67-year-old inventor of the Kinesio Taping® Method and Kinesio* Tex Tape won't be able to help himself. He has always

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Hall of Famers Metallica Swear by Chiropractica

w 11 AT DO ROCK STARS AND OLYMPIC ATIILCTtS HAVE in common? No, this isn't the lead up to a punchline. ™ ™ Both share a need or desire for chiropractic care to enhance their demand-ing performances. Having been a team doctor for six Olympic competit

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Posture Reprogramming and Athletic Performance

T O COAX THH MOST OUT OF Till-: HUMAN BODY DURING training or actual performance, there are certain principles, or building blocks that must be present. Good breathing, proper nutrition, hydration and intensity are just a few of these principles. Bu

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High School Athletes The new injury prevention plan

32 YEARS AGO, WHEN JUST STARTING IN PRACTICE, I CONTACTED OUR local high school football coach and offered my services to his team. A couple times a week I would work on any players who asked for help. As great as the job seemed, it was short lived.

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Anatomicophysiological Aspects of Injuries to the Intervertebral Disc

Journal of Bone and Joint Surgery (American) April 1947, Vol. 29, No. 2, pp. 461-534 Verne T. Inman and John B. de C. M. Saunders "Herniation of the nucleus pulposus or protrusion of the disc is now firmly established as a pathological mechanism ass

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The Future of Chiropractic Services in America My New Year's Resolution--Is Now the Time to Build or Elevate My Practice with Nutrition? A Clinical Nutritionist's Expectation

A MAJORITY OF YOUR PATIENTS COMMITTED THEMSELVES TO a health related New Year's Resolution on January 1 st. Studies show they will implement a nutrition or exercise program in the next 3 months as a result of their desire to improve their health. Ar

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Sports Nutrition: A Perspective on Prevention

Mental state or supplements for and performance? There is little evidence to support the notion that we can take nutritional supplements and improve performance or increase strength in a significant fash­ion. In all likelihood, the mental state of t

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Begin With the End in Mind to Ensure Financial Ease

A LMOST EVERY NEW PATIENT ENCOUNTER WILL MXilN WITH the phone call that potential new patient will make to schedule their initial visit. Setting the financial tone of the relationship with that potential patient as early as the initial phone call la

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