Lower Extremity Abnormalities and Paraspinal Muscle Function

By: Christopher Kent, DC Objective Assessment of the Relationship Between Lower Extremity Abnormalities and Paraspinal Muscle Function Using Surface Electromyography Physical, chemical, and emotional stress may result in spinal problems, including vertebral subluxation. A common cause of physical stress is aberrant posture due to structural asymmetry in the lower extremity. Chronic physical stress caused by leg length 

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How to Run a True “Wellness Center”

By: Kent S. Greenawalt Most Chiropractors advertise pain relief without drugs and care for injuries. Recently, some doctors and practices have begun labeling and promoting themselves as “Wellness Centers.” What does “Wellness” mean? Is this just a euphemism like some “Health Center” for a medical doctor’s office? Why would someone want to have a “Wellness 

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How to Be a Super-Achiever

By: Kent S. Greenawalt Developing Your “Achievement Muscle” Have you ever watched a cat stretching its entire body after a nap? Or a student in a library taking a break from the books by standing up and stretching? Of course you have, and you do it yourself every day. It’s a natural body action, designed 

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