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The Foundation of Biomechanical Evaluation Following Injury

Chiro.Org Blog: The study of human biomechanics includes the mechanical principles involved, the physiologic considerations of muscle length-tension relations, and an understanding of the controlling neuromotor mechanisms and the sensory feedback apparatus, reflecting both locomotor activity and cerebral function. Applied biomechanics is the application of the practical principles of mechanics (the study of forces and their effects) to the body in movement and at rest. […]

First, Make Rice

Chiro.Org Blog: Fledgling sushi chefs spend months (sometimes years) doing nothing but making the rice for the head chef. If the rice isn’t right, it really doesn’t matter what else you do, you’re not going to be able to create and serve great sushi. Technical education in Chiropractic curricula invariably has to assume that you already know how to “make the rice”. […]