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The goal for this week’s blog was for it to be able to “speak” to either patient or chiropractor. 


For a period of time, from 1985-1990, Borchgrevink et. al. did a review of car wreck cases that were seen through the Emergency Clinic at The University Hospital in Trondheim, Norway.


A systematic review of randomized controlled trials of the most common interventions.


I want to preface this blog by repeating what I always say: this is NOT to bash a medical doctor. It is not to lessen a patient’s confidence in their medical provider. That is in no way in anyone’s best interest and it is not my goal or focus. I have tremendous respect for many in the medical field. Their innovations and dedication can be life-consuming for them and life-saving for millions of patients. 


Since I was out of town last week and unable to compile a thorough blog together for this week, I decided I would take a small snippet of a research project that was put out in 1998. 

Jeff Williams, DC

Serving the Panhandle for 15 years, and spending several of those years as an Amarillo chiropractor, Dr. Williams has seen it all with conditions ranging from various car wreck or auto injury to whiplash, scoliosis, herniated discs, sciatica, neck “cricks” and pinched nerves, neck pain, back pain, and low back pain, to migraines and sports injuries. I have a dream job in a dream practice where we get to help people on a daily basis. We have been very fortunate and truly blessed.

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