Tag: chiropractic


Feb

22

2010

Orthospinology Upper Cervical Care

Orthospinology Position Paper for Orthogonally-based Upper Cervical Chiropractic Care – By Kirk Eriksen, D.C. Definition First, I would like to provide a definition for orthogonally-based upper cervical chiropractic care as follows: A method for analyzing and correcting the occipito-atlanto-axial subluxation complex. It is actually a series of steps in the total care of the patient and is therefore a chiropractic procedure and not simply a spinal...

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Feb

22

2010

Upper Cervical Adjustments Influence Autonomic Function

The Intermedius Nucleus of the Medulla (InM): A potential site for the integration of cervical information and the generation of autonomic responses” An article entitled as above could only be brought to us as the result of the efforts of Dan Murphy, D.C.! Dan’s watchful eye brought this to my attention, as well as to the attention of his literature review service readers, from the...

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Feb

22

2010

Dr. Dan Murphy – Did You Know?

Spinal stiffness was linked to visceral pathology with nearly 100% accuracy based upon sympathetic innervation.  (Medical Times, 1921) 1,000 capsules of Tylenol in a lifetime doubles the risk of end stage renal disease. (New England Journal of Medicine, 1994) The average time for a whiplash-injured patient to achieve maximum improvement is 7 months 1 week. (Spine, 1994) 93% of patients with chronic whiplash pain who...

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Feb

14

2010

Breech Pregnancy Correction with Chiropractic Confirmed on Ultrasound – Case Study

A research article published on February 2, 2010, in the scientific periodical, the Journal of Pediatric, Maternal and Family Health, documented the case study of a pregnant woman whose breech pregnancy was corrected with chiropractic care. This case study involved a 35 year old woman who was pregnant with her third child. She had recently been to her OBGYN for an ultrasound, which showed the...

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Feb

12

2010

Resolution of Breech Presentation Confirmed by Ultrasound Following the Introduction of Webster Tec

Case Study – Pamela Stone-McCoy, D.C., CACCP Bio & Margaret Sliwka, D.C. Journal of Pediatric, Maternal & Family Health – Chiropractic ~ Volume 2010 ~ Issue 1 ~ Pages 11-17 Abstract  Objective: The chiropractic care of a patient presenting with breech pregnancy using the Webster Technique is described. Clinical Features: A 37 year old woman pregnant 35 weeks with her third child presented into the...

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Feb

09

2010

Chiropractic and Bedwetting

CHIROPRACTIC TREATMENT FOR PRIMARY NOCTURNAL ENURESIS: A CASE SERIES OF 33 CONSECUTIVE PATIENTS Ailsa J. van Poecke, MSc(Chiro), DC, MSc (Paeds), a and Christina Cunliffe, DC, PhDb ABSTRACT Objective: The purpose of this study was to evaluate the effect of a specific type of chiropractic treatment on the wet night frequency of patients between the ages of 3 and 18 years who were treated for...

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Feb

08

2010

Chiropractic and Breastfeeding Help

CONTRIBUTION OF CHIROPRACTIC THERAPY TO RESOLVING SUBOPTIMAL BREASTFEEDING: A CASE SERIES OF 114 INFANTS Joyce E. Miller, DC, a Laura Miller, b Ann-Kristin Sulesund, b and Andriy Yevtushenkob ABSTRACT Objective: The purpose of this study was to describe the circumstances, clinical features, role, and results of chiropractic management of infants who were referred to a chiropractic clinic for failure to adequately feed at the breast....

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Feb

07

2010

Blind Man sees again after Chiropractic

by Katie Wiedemann, Reporter Story Created: Jan 11, 2008 DUBUQUE – Doctors aren’t quite sure how it happened, but a Dubuque man can see clearly after being blind in one eye for more than a decade. It happened after a trip to the chiropractor. Twelve years ago Doug Harkey’s left eye suddenly stopped working. “I woke up one day and I didn’t have vision in...

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