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A Touch to Help: Chiropractic and Newborns

We all worry about our kids—maybe that loving concern began even before they were born. At any rate, the minute you see that fragile newborn, there’s an instinct to protect it. You might not think that coming into the world can be a stressful situation for a baby. While the plates of the head are …

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Link Found Between Neck Trauma, Cerebrospinal Fluid Leaks and Multiple Sclerosis

A study published in Physiological Chemistry and Physics and Medical NMR (20 September 2011), draws a link between abnormal cerebrospinal fluid hydrodynamics and the onset of Multiple Sclerosis. UPRIGHT® MRI images were taken, which showed cerebrospinal fluid (CSF) cinematography. Quantitative measurements of CSF velocity, flow and pressure gradients in the upright patient revealed that significant …

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High Blood Pressure and Your Atlas

Normalizing blood pressure could be a benefit of chiropractic neck adjustments, suggests several studies. A 2008 study University of Chicago study was published in the Journal of Human Hypertension. The double-blind study focused on 50 patients, 25 of which received a simulated adjustment. The other half, who received true chiropractic treatment, saw an average blood …

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Beneficial Collaboration: Standard Medical and Chiropractic Care

Is standard medical care the only thing you can do for your acute lower back pain? A 2013 study from SPINE shows that adding Chiropractic care offered a significant advantage for “decreasing pain and improving physical functioning” compared to those who received standard care alone. The study included both men and women, ages 18-35 with …

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Biomechanics Have An Affect On Multiple Sclerosis

Biological systems are generally more complex than man’s greatest engineering feats, even more intricate than the Panama Canal or skyscrapers of Dubai. Yet engineering sciences can be used to study the mechanical principles of living organisms. A 2005 study (published in Spine 2005, Nov 1) on Japanese game fowl showed a link between curves in …

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Don’t Miss if You’re Sick

If you ever thought about canceling your appointment because you were sick and didn’t want to spread your germs to everyone in the office, think again. It’s actually the BEST time to come in. The field of neuro-immunology has well established the connection between a healthy nerve system and normal immune function. Chiropractic adjustments boost …

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When Natural Grocer Gives Discounted Fruit, You Make Jam!

When Natural Grocer Gives Discounted Fruit, You Make Jam! A note from Dr. Denise.   If you know Dr. Ryan or me, you probably know we love food. And we try to buy and eat organic when we can. That is not always the most cost effective form of eating so I’m always looking for …

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An Expectant Parents Guide to Chiropractic

What we cannot see are the millions of different hormonal changes and chemical reactions occurring both in the mother and the developing baby, all of which are controlled and coordinated through the nervous system. Now more than ever, during pregnancy you need a nervous system that responds immediately and accurately to changing requirements in all …

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