Chiropractic

Chiropractic

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What you see here is a perfect example of what structural chiropractors refer to as "Left Thoracic Translation." It's a shifting of the rib cage to the left causing this patients weight to be signific...

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If you have recently or have ever sprained your ankle, you know how painful and discouraging it can be. If you have recently sprained your ankle, it's imperative you rehab it correctly because the sca...

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Abstract Objective: The purpose of this case study is to provide a detailed report on the symptomatic improvement of a patient with panic disorder undergoing Gonstead chiropractic care. Clinical Fea...

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What is Multiple Sclerosis? Multiple sclerosis is an autoimmune disease of the central nervous system that can develop at any age. Multiple sclerosis (MS) affects women more than men. The disorder is...

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In practice it's often difficult to get the results we want with regard to spinal correction. The reason for this is the prolonged time they spend sitting. According to the American Journal of Pain Ma...

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Let me explain what a normal Xray of the cervical spine (neck) looks like and why it's so important. Notice, this Xray has a very nice forward curvature in the neck that follows the green lin...

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Chiropractic Biophysics The primary chiropractic technique Dr Joe Gaglioti utilizes CBP.  CBP is the most scientifically advanced and researched method in the field of chiropractic.  CBP chir...

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Loss of cervical curve leads to cervicogenic symptoms, total spine malalignment, and increased potential for injury as shown in the following studies: Cervical kyphosis (segmental or total) leads to ...

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What Is Bell’s Palsy? Bell’s palsy is characterized by sudden unexplained paralysis in the facial muscles. Affecting just one side of your face, the condition makes half of your face seem to droop ...

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Yes, sitting down could be killing you slowly. If not, it still could be having some serious health implications. The act of sitting may seem relatively harmless. The average American does it for hour...