This article covers 15 practical research studies from the past few weeks. The authors reviewed hundreds and highlighted only those papers that have the ability to enrich your practice, then summarized each with one or two sentences.
The following case occurred earlier this year. It is fairly representative of the benefit of imaging in the chiropractic setting and demonstrates the service that an astute Doctor of Chiropractic can provide.
The term “spondylolisthesis” is derived from the Greek roots, “spondylo-,” meaning spine, and “listhesis,” meaning to slide. Spondylolisthesis describes a forward slip of a vertebral body with respect to the vertebra below, and is classified by distinct origin
A new study in Archives of Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation concluded: “For patients with neurogenic claudication due to lumbar spine stenosis (LSS), a comprehensive conservative program demonstrated superior, large and sustained improvements in walking ability and can be a safe non-surgical treatment option.”(53)