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Effectiveness of Manual Therapy

This research is fairly recent being from 2010. It’s a good general idea of the effectiveness of manual therapies. I would say it is one of the most important of the research abstracts to come out. Why They Did It The authors on this...

Combined Chiropractic and Medical Approach

There has been more and more research surfacing lately regarding an INTEGRATED practice offering a COMBINED treatment protocol for musculoskeletal complaints. Meaning, if your neck hurts, rather than go to the traditional medical doctor and get pain killers, muscle relaxers, and/or anti-inflammatories that have...

Tuesday, November 10th, 2015

Here’s another blog this week contributed by our resident LMT extraordinaire, Mr. Heath Henderson. We are able to bring more and more options to our patients and Acupressure is just one of Mr. Henderson’s many talents. Give it a read and see what you...

One of the misperceptions I hear from time to time is that chiropractors are greedy or that they just want to see how many times they can get a patient in and out of their doors based purely on financial gain. Let’s not beat...

We have seen A LOT of patients over the years that were involved in car wrecks. We see all sorts of wrecks. From side impact, Front impact, rear impact, to wrecks that spin and rollover. We have the ability and experience in the personal...

I hope you’re enjoying the new series that I started last week. I got some great messages from several colleagues so it appears we’re off to a great start.¬†Again, this series is based on information provided to me personally by Mr. George McAndrews. Mr....