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You Have Noticed…

The Chiro.Org Blog

On the left-hand toolbar of our Blog the recent addition of links to the rest of our sections on the PAGES section.

When the Blog replaced our original home page, traffic to the Blog did increase…but, unfortunately at the cost of reduced traffic to the various sections which actually […]

WARNING: Conducting an Orchestra Can Cause Vertebral Artery Dissection and Stroke

WARNING: Conducting an Orchestra Can Cause Vertebral Artery Dissection and Stroke

The Chiro.Org Blog

SOURCE:   J Stroke and Cerebrovascular Diseases 2011 (Mar 24)

During the past decade, the issues of cerebrovascular accidents [CVAs] and spinal manipulation have become linked in a debate of ever-increasing intensity. A copious number of studies have investigated spinal […]

The Art of the Chiropractic Adjustment, Part VII

The Art of the Chiropractic Adjustment, Part VII

The Chiro.Org Blog

SOURCE:   Dynamic Chiropractic By Richard C. Schafer, DC, FICC

This series has strived to define certain general principles that underlie almost all chiropractic adjustive technics. Parts I and II reviewed depth of drive, the articular snap, segmental distraction, timing, the advantages of […]

The Art of the Chiropractic Adjustment: Part VI

The Art of the Chiropractic Adjustment: Part VI

The Chiro.Org Blog

SOURCE:   Dynamic Chiropractic By Richard C. Schafer, DC, FICC

You may also enjoy:

Part I and

Part II and

Part III and

Part IV and

Part V

The aim of this series is to define certain general principles that underlie almost […]

Is the Spinal Subluxation a Risk Factor?

Is the Spinal Subluxation a Risk Factor?

The Chiro.Org Blog

SOURCE:   Dynamic Chiropractic By Meridel I. Gatterman, MA, DC, MEd

Risk factors come in a variety of distinctions, from those for cardiovascular disease and some forms of cancer to those less than life-threatening but nonetheless undesirable conditions affecting the quality of a person’s […]

The Vertebral Subluxation Syndrome

The Vertebral Subluxation Syndrome

The Chiro.Org Blog

SOURCE:   Dynamic Chiropractic By Meridel I. Gatterman, MA, DC, MEd

The term subluxation has been used to describe the lesion treated by chiropractors since its inception. D.D. Palmer [1] described it in 1910 as “a partial or incomplete separation, one in which the articulating surfaces […]

Spinal Cord Processes Information Just as Areas of Brain Do, Research Finds

“Basic physiology books describe the spinal cord as a relay system, but it’s part of the central nervous system and processes information just like parts of the brain do,” explains Dr. Stroman, director of the Queen’s MRI Facility and Canada Research Chair in Imaging Physics.

The technique involves capturing multiple images of the spinal cord […]

Recognizing Subdural Hemorrhage in Older Adults

Recognizing Subdural Hemorrhage in Older Adults

The Chiro.Org Blog

SOURCE:   Topics in Integrative Health Care 2010; 1 (2) By: Mark T. Pfefer, RN, MS, DC and Richard Strunk MS, DC

The Abstract:

A subdural hematoma, also known as a subdural hemorrhage (SDH) is caused by a post-traumatic accumulation of blood within the […]

The Art of the Chiropractic Adjustment: Part V

The Art of the Chiropractic Adjustment: Part V

The Chiro.Org Blog

SOURCE: Dynamic Chiropractic By Richard C. Schafer, DC, FICC

You may also enjoy:

Part I and

Part II and

Part III and

Part IV and

Part VI

This series of articles has strived to define certain general principles that underlie almost all […]

Got An Opinion on Tort Reform?

Got An Opinion on Tort Reform?

The Chiro.Org Blog

SOURCE:   MedScape NOTE: Registration is free on MedScape

Medscape’s new headline trumpets: “Tort Reform Bill Would Reduce Deficit by $40 Billion”. Sounds pretty intoxicating doesn’t it. Aren’t we all just dying to see the deficit shrivel down to where it was when Bill Clinton […]

New LBP Study Reveals Chiropractic Is Superior to PT and MD Care

New LBP Study Reveals Chiropractic Is Superior to PT and MD Care

The Chiro.Org Blog

SOURCE:   J Occupational and Enviro Medicine 2011 (Mar 14) Cifuentes M, Willetts J, Wasiak R.

The Center for Disability Research at the Liberty Mutual Research Institute for Safety

This study is unique in that it was conducted […]

ICPA Launches “Chiropractic Care and Wellness” Research Project

ICPA Launches “Chiropractic Care and Wellness” Research Project

The Chiro.Org Blog

The ICPA is pleased to announce that its Practice Based Research Network (PBRN) has achieved recognition by and affiliation with the Agency for Health Care Research and Quality, under the US Department of Health and Human Services.

The ICPA/ PBRN is the first […]

Happy St. Patrick’s Day!!! (2011)

Happy St. Patrick’s Day!!! (2011)

The Chiro.Org Blog

Chiropractic Cost-Effectiveness

Chiropractic Cost-Effectiveness

The Chiro.Org Blog

SOURCE:   Health Insights Today By Daniel Redwood, DC

“Doctors of chiropractic are a vital part of our nation’s health care system. Your services have been proven both effective and cost-effective and every day you help countless Americans with a variety of health conditions.”

~ Kathleen Sebelius, Secretary of […]

The Art of the Chiropractic Adjustment: Part IV

The Art of the Chiropractic Adjustment: Part IV

The Chiro.Org Blog

SOURCE: Dynamic Chiropractic By Richard C. Schafer, DC, FICC

You may also enjoy:

Part I and

Part II and

Part III and

Part V and

Part VI

The aim of this series is to define certain general principles that underlie almost […]