Monthly Archive:: December 2013
Here are the top 10 chiropractic research studies of 2013.
1. Immediate Benefits of Chiropractic Visible on MRI: For the first time, researchers used MRI to document changes in spinal gapping immediately after a chiropractic adjustment.
Posted on December 30, 2013
With the New Year just around the corner, now’s the time to start thinking about how you can make meaningful changes to your life for better health. Here are seven steps you can take
Posted on December 27, 2013
The growth in yoga and Pilates in the past decade has sparked a series of research studies on the effects of the mind-body practices on the spine and joints. Although yoga has proven to
Posted on December 26, 2013
New research demonstrates the effectiveness of laser therapy for shoulder impingement syndrome.
Researchers compared the effects of low laser therapy to ultrasound therapy for treating subacromial impingement syndrome, sometimes called shoulder impingement syndrome, swimmer’s shoulder
Posted on December 23, 2013
Scientists have discovered a potential new cause of rheumatoid arthritis: your gut. The microbiota in your gut helps to crowd out infectious germs and digest food. Earlier studies have shown that microbiota are involved
Posted on December 20, 2013
Holiday treats got you giving into temptation? Blame the sugar in the cookies, not the fat. A new study shows that despite the fact that our culture has demonized fat, sugar is a more
Posted on December 18, 2013
Patients new to chiropractic often wonder, “How long will it take to recover from an episode of back or neck pain?” While the answer is highly individual, a team of researchers sought to see
Posted on December 17, 2013
At least five of the most common medical treatments for migraines are unnecessary and potentially risky, argued the American Headache Society (AHS) in the November/December issue of the journal Headache.
After performing a meta-analysis of
Posted on December 13, 2013
The season to be jolly can easily turn into the season to be stressed and sick, health researchers at University of Birmingham are warning. Getting less sleep, more alcohol and poor dietary choices, a breakdown
Posted on December 11, 2013
Nearly a third of Americans have high blood pressure, putting them at risk for heart disease, stroke, and number of health conditions. While medication is the primary treatment for hypertension, there are several non-pharmaceutical
Posted on December 9, 2013