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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Shoe Orthotics for the Treatment of Chronic Low-Back Pain

Download PDF By: Jerrilyn A. Cambron, DC, PhD, Manuel Duarte, DC, Jennifer Dexheimer, BS, LMT, and Thomas Solecki, DC Abstract Objectives: The purpose of this pilot study was to investigate the feasibility of a randomized clinical trial of shoe orthotics for chronic low-back pain. Methods: The study recruited 50 patients with chronic low-back pain through 

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What’s Wrong with Providing What Your Patients Need?

By: Peter G. Fernandez, DC As a consultant to over 5000 DCs, I’ve witnessed the fact that many Chiropractors are reluctant to recommend, and/or charge for, ancillary products that would help their patients – products that could easily be made available in their offices. Why do these doctors feel uncomfortable in providing and charging their 

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