Chiropractic treatment techniques

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  • Lumbar Spine: A Case Study

    UR indicated that the patient presented with complains of chronic pain in his low back and ankles together with feet bilaterally. The pain is 4/10-scale level. He is having chiropractic treatment and PT of the lumbar spine, which is increasing his ROM and functional capacity status. He is taking Norco 10/325 mg an Gabapentin 300 mg for pain control. He is taking Ambien periodically but not daily. Unfortunately, a denial of additional chiro for the right ankle X 12, additional chiro for lumbar spine X 12, additional PT for the lumbar spine X 12. And additional PT for the right knee…

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  • The Importance Of Chiropractic Care In Adolescents

    Introduction Chiropractic (In Greek: done by hand) is a drug and surgery free alternative model of health care dealing with the diagnosis, treatment and prevention of the disorders of the musculoskeletal system and their impact on nervous system and the general health (1). It was brought in by DD Palmer in 1895 as an alternative to potentially toxic drug therapy with the belief that the diseases are often due to the subluxation of the vertebra causing interruption to the nervous impulses and the…

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  • Postural Correction

    About Dr. Berry Dr. Mark Berry is considered one of the leaders of the growing Chiropractic Applied Postural Correction movement. As more and more chiropractors discover the potential that Postural Correction has in helping patients lead healthier lives, a select group of doctors—with the education, experience, success, and ability to teach others—have come to the front: Dr. Berry is one of those. Education: After receiving his Bachelor of Science from the University of Alabama, Dr. Berry…

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  • Differences Between Orthodox Medicine And Complementary Therapies

    Introduction This report is going to study the differences between orthodox medicine and complementary therapies for the treatments of conditions that affect different systems of the body. Next, the attitudes of the population towards complementary therapies will be analysed, as well as their psychological effects and contra-indications. The sources of information that claim the benefits of complementary therapies will be evaluated to know their reliability. Finally, it is going to be evaluated…

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  • Icon Medical Center Case Study

    pain and/or decreased mobility. An accurate diagnosis allows our chiropractors, physicians and physical therapists to work together to create a personalized treatment plan for each, individual patient. Every treatment plan is designed to provide the patient with the most effective solutions for reducing his or her pain, as quickly as possible. Experienced Medical Professionals Near North Miami While some establishments may just hurry their patients through their initial consultations, we know…

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  • Chiropractic Care

    Chiropractic Care in Elderly Healthcare and Chiropractic The definition and criteria for “primary care” established by the National Academy of Science included a need for the practitioner to “motivate and guide the patient to achieve and maintain a state of health with considerations of wellness and disease prevention” (Ruper, Manello, & Sandefur, 2000, p. 10). There is also a growing belief in the United States that is causing more emphasis on prevention and wellness, and less on treatment of…

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  • How To Achieve Your Goals Essay

    Introduction When you walk in to “unknown territory”, with the aim to perform, goal setting is incredible important and useful. It first and foremost creates clarity of what I want to achieve, but it also allows me to explore different perspectives of how I best can achieve this goal. My goals for CP to have been as following: - I am building a practice of 20 public practice members by the 23.Desember.2016, through referrals and health talks. - I am motivating my patients by providing…

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  • Chiropractic Compliance Interview Report

    Chiropractic Compliance Interview and Presentation For my chiropractic compliance interview and presentation, I interviewed my first Chiropractor and preceptor doctor, Dr. Rick Elbert. Dr. Elbert or Dr. Rick to many friends and patients, is known throughout the country as an expert in the Gonstead Chiropractic Technique. He is a graduate from Palmer College of Chiropractic in Davenport and has been a chiropractor for 39 years. Dr. Elbert opened his first office in Ames Iowa in 1978. He then…

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  • My Interview With A Cardiologist

    I chose to interview three different doctors each from separate specialties. These specialties included a cardiologist, chiropractic physician and an optometric physician. Each doctor answered questions pertaining to preparing for their career, the job market and the positives and negatives to their jobs. I interviewed a cardiologist named Dr. Frank Amico. He answered all of my questions about what it takes to be a cardiologist and also explained to me why he loves his job. He spent a total of…

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  • Why Do People Seek Chiropractic Care At Icon Medical Center

    individual to have a decreased range of motion, and pain. The treatments we offer include chiropractic care, physical therapy and massage therapy. An Accurate Diagnosis Ensures Proper Treatment Our physicians, physical therapist, massage therapists and chiropractors know the importance of an accurate diagnosis: If a patient is not diagnosed correctly, he or she may receive unnecessary treatments. Furthermore, the patient may be given treatments that could negatively affect his or her recovery.…

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