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Tragic news yesterday as a 23-month-old girl died following an overdose of a blood thinner (Heparin) at Nebraska Medical Center. The story says “hospital officials are investigating,” but we already know what they will discover. This tragedy was preventable. Just ask actor Dennis Quaid. It was announced today that he is starring in a new […]

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By Terry A Rondberg, DC Months following spinal surgery for back pain, patients remember their initial pain as worse than they rated it at the time, reports a recent study in the journal Spine. A research team, headed by Dr. Ferran PellisĂ© of Hospital Vall d’Hebron, Barcelona, Spain, concluded that studies relying on such after-the-fact […]

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Millions of people around the globe have received chiropractic care and know its value. But the rest of the population dismisses the profession’s growth and patient testimonials as shoddy evidence. Regrettably, scientists have only a few studies showing correlations between the quality-of-life changes and chiropractic care. Most scientific clinical studies suggest chiropractic as a treatment […]

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Neurofeedback, like chiropractic, has proven effective for migraines and tension headaches, urinary incontinence, high blood pressure, anxiety, and other conditions. Increasing research indicates that neurofeedback, like chiropractic, is useful for attention deficit hyperactivity disorder, while helping manage patients with autism, brain injury, posttraumatic stress, seizures, and depression. Corporate executives, musicians, artists, and athletes, including some […]

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According to a recent national survey by the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, more than one in nine children and teens use herbal supplements or some type of alternative medicine. This is the first time children’s use of such remedies, including meditation and chiropractic care, has been measured. Adult use of alternative care […]