Correcting the Anterior Thoracic and a “View on Pain”

By: Wayne Henry Zemelka, DC Keeping the record straight: The anterior thoracic is the loss of curvature in the dorsal region which gives the appearance that the vertebrae have moved anterior-ward, which in turn gives the appearance of flattening of the kyphotic curvature of the Dorsal vertebrae (Fig. 1). Therefore the name, ‘Anterior Thoracic.’ Analysis 

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The Positive Office Visit Experience: Consistency vs. Confusion

By: Dr. Maurice A. Pisciottano Have you ever stopped to consider the importance of consistency? Could consistency have an effect on profitability? Could having more consistency in day-to-day procedures save time? Consistency is a key tool for success in any business. Likewise, lack of consistency means confusion, and confusion is a challenge. Surveys show that 

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Chiropractic and Orthotics Change Lives

When Joseph Bunch, currently in his later 40s, came to the Life University Chiropractic Clinic, he was doubtful that Chiropractic could help him. Though at one time he had played basketball and run track, he had since undergone five leg surgeries (even a total left hip replacement). To make matters worse, he was also diagnosed 

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