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By: K. Jeffrey Miller DC, DABCO Recently, I had lunch with another Chiropractor. When our waitress discovered we were both Chiropractors she began asking dozens of questions. At first I thought it was because she found Chiropractic to be an interesting subject. However, her line of questioning quickly led me to realize that it was
By: Kurt Larsen, DC, FICS Do you have patients with signs and symptoms resistant to your care? Would you like to enhance your abilities to provide exceptional service to your patients? How much of the nervous system do you influence? Utilization and incorporation of Cranial and Sacro Occipital Technic (SOT) methods will expand your effectiveness
Download PDF Now Inversion Sprain The most common type of ankle sprain is the inversion sprain. Upwards of 85% of ankle sprains are of the inversion variety. It occurs when the foot is forcefully inverted or rolled inward, while the foot/ankle is in some degree of plantar flexion, affecting the lateral aspect of the ankle.