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Spinal Decompression and Herniated Discs

Although my experience with spinal decompression in my practice here in Amarillo is considered simply anecdotal, my opinion is “absolutely YES!.” Without a doubt, certainly, positively, affirmative. I can tell you lots of great patients that we have had come through out doors that...

Going back to a Chiropractor

Why did they do it? The authors were curious as to whether there was any real, measured benefit to continued “maintenance” or “wellness” visits beyond the initial phase of care in regards to CHRONIC low back pain. It’s a great question that needed to...

low back pain

“But my dad’s old doctor told him that chiropractors don’t work. He said they will just hurt you. He said Oooooh….you better be careful going to chiropractors.” It’s comments like that that are what chiropractors around the nation hear every single day. It’s comments...

We have discussed this one before but it’s a doozy and I haven’t talked about it in a about a year. It’s time for a quick refresher on the info! It’s called “Early predictors of lumbar spine surgery after occupational back injury: results from...

Wednesday, November 11th, 2015
chiropractic research

Chiropractors have to give thanks to Dynamic Chiropractic for this great article that came out just this month by Donald M. Petersen Jr., BS, HCD(hc), FICC(h). It’s basically how to base your chiropractic discussion on research and facts. I’ve been doing this for some...

Following research in 1979, Scott Haldeman, DC, MD, PhD, and the Royal Commission of Inquiry on Chiropractic in New Zealand concluded, “The Commission accepts the evidence of Dr. Haldeman, and holds, that in order to acquire a degree of diagnostic and manual skill sufficient...

Trying Chiropractic

Since this blog series is basically relayed from information obtained from his resources, I think I have to start out by introducing you to Mr. George McAndrews. Mr. McAndrews is a legend to chiropractors across America because he fought, AND WON, the Wilk v....