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Oh I love this one! This one was a RANDOMIZED, CONTROLLED TRIAL. It was published in a peer-reviewed journal called SPINE (www.spinejournal.com). Now that sounds like a chiropractic journal, right? Well, it’s not. It’s orthopedic surgeons, neurologists, and others that live in that world....

We have truly seen a lot of personal injury patients in our practice. Experience and knowledge is something that is of utmost importance in these cases. In my case, I have Advanced Certification in Whiplash Traumatology and Biomechanics through the Spine Research Institute of...

This one is short and sweet. The reason for this research was to determine what the short-term effects of spinal manipulation are on males in regards to pain, spinal mobility or range of motion, and height recovery in the instance of degenerative disc disease...

Monday, February 24th, 2014

Dr. Richard Sarnat, MD and Dr. James Winterstein, DC took on a seven year study. The question was, what would happen if there was an unbiased study having to do with chiropractors and led by a medical doctor. What would it show? Would all...

I have been preaching for over 16 years that patients with lower back pain will be prone to accelerated degeneration and arthritis as well as fibrous adhesions inside the spinal joints. These researchers felt like adjustments were effective in increasing spinal gapping which would...