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Daily Archives: May 16, 2012

Happy 100th Birthday to Studs Terkel

By |May 16, 2012|Announcement, News|

Happy 100th Birthday to Studs Terkel

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Because I live outside of Chicago, our local national public radio channel played a 2-hour show about Studs on what would have been his 100th birthday.

I knew he was a colorful character, but had no idea he had been blacklisted by McCarthy for supporting Worker’s rights in the 50s, or was involved in the voting rights and school segregation struggles of the 50s and 60s.

Here are some links to amazing troves of Terkel Trivia. Enjoy! (more…)

Shoulder Girdle Trauma

By |May 16, 2012|Chiropractic Care, Diagnosis, Evaluation & Management, Rehabilitation, Shoulder, Spinal Manipulation, Sports|

Shoulder Girdle Trauma

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Clinical Monograph 16

By R. C. Schafer, DC, PhD, FICC


The articulations of the scapula, clavicle, and the humerus function as a biomechanical unit. Only when certain multiple segments are completely fixed can these parts possibly function independently in mechanical roles. Forces generated from or on one of the three segments influence the other two segments. Thus, they will be described here as a functional unit. Please underscore this point in your mind as you read this paper.


Read the rest of this Full Text article now!


Enjoy the rest of Dr. Schafer’s Monographs at:

Rehabilitation Monograph Page