August 1, 2019

INTERVIEW

Branching Out

FEATURE

The Fallacies of the Keystone Form and Force Closure Concept

FEATURE

Chiropractors Reduce Costs by 40% if the 1st Option for Spine

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INTERVIEW

Branching Out

INTERVIEW WITH DR. AMANDA BLEDSOE

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FEATURE

The Fallacies of the Keystone Form and Force Closure Concept

Over the past 30 years, I have researched the literature on the sacroiliac joint (SIJ) and matched it to what I found in my patients. In the early 1990s, the keystone concept of form and force closure was introduced by a group of physiotherapists in Europe.1

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FEATURE

Chiropractors Reduce Costs by 40% if the 1st Option for Spine

DC's would save the healthcare system 1.86 Trillion Dollars over 10 years.

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FEATURE

Nutrition is the Chiropractor’s Secret Weapon for Addressing Pain and Inflammation

The other day I was picking up lunch at Whole Foods on my way to a game of golf. I ordered two slices of jalapeno pizza, rationalizing that I was shopping at a health food store, so it had to be at least a little bit healthy, right? Well, it was the worst game of golf I've ever played.

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INTEGRATIVE HEALTH

Oral Health Integration: Your New Opportunity

While periodontal disease is increasingly being accepted by the mainstream medical community for its role in cardiovascular problems and diabetes, the effects of other dental conditions and materials on whole-body health have yet to be extensively recognized.

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FEATURE

The Ins and Outs of Biohacking

What is Biohacking? It’s personal optimization. It focuses on things such as mind, body, sleep, diet, stress, hormones, environment, aesthetics, and longevity. Biohacking gives you a better, stronger ladder to climb as you get older.

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PERSPECTIVE

The Future of Chiropractic is Collaboration

I have been in practice for over 3 decades. To say that our business model has changed in that time would be a gross understatement. With each new generation, the expectations of quality and convenience have become more of a central priority.

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TECHNIQUE

There Really is Help for Concussions

Even though I love chiropractic and was very good at adjusting, it always bothered me that a big part of our practice model is the idea of creating patients for life. I knew we could bring people to an improved level of function, but in order to keep them there, it seemed that we were obliged to see them endlessly.

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ORGAN OF THE MONTH

The Pancreas

This series of articles attempts to call to your attention an opportunity for our profession to offer more to the American people than just relief from structural problems. This article concerns the functions of the pancreas, but you will find physiological connections to stress, anxiety, and SSRIs (selective serotonin reuptake inhibitors) that may surprise you.

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RISK MANAGEMENT

The Disability Claim Consultant Why the Need?

Would you go to court without an attorney? Would you file a tax return without the help of a CPA? Most of you would answer “no” to these questions. But what if you have a disability claim? Are you prepared to go up against the seasoned insurance company claim person who will handle your claim?

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