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Conspiracy or misinformation about adjustments and stroke risk?

Posted by on Sep 9, 2016 in neck pain, overview, research | Comments Off on Conspiracy or misinformation about adjustments and stroke risk?

Chiropractic is arguably one of the safest and best health care options available The reason chiropractors pay relatively little for malpractice coverage is that chiropractic is extremely safe.” I wanted to take a minute and show you a press release that was sent out a month or so ago because it’s important. Chiropractic is arguably one of the safest and best health care options available, and yet many people still have beliefs and opinions that are not true. In May 2008 there was news in the media about Chiropractic care and strokes.  It was made to seem that Chiropractic care is dangerous and should be avoided.  And while many of you know that this is complete nonsense and merely another attempt to bash the chiropractic profession, there are others who actually believe everything they see and hear. So take...

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Less cost, faster recovery, fewer surgery and reduced drugs with chiropractic care

Posted by on May 3, 2015 in adjustment, benefits, low back pain, neck pain, research | Comments Off on Less cost, faster recovery, fewer surgery and reduced drugs with chiropractic care

Two times the success for neck pain with chiropractic vs general doctor and physical therapy (reduce work absence, 1/3 less cost, fast recovery and less meds). Only 1.5% of patients had surgery when seeing a chiropractor first for back injuries versus 42.7% if they saw general doc first.   “In our randomized, controlled trial, we compared the effectiveness of manual therapy, physical therapy, and continued care by a general practitioner in patients with nonspecific neck pain. The success rate at seven weeks was twice as high for the manual therapy group (68.3 percent) as for the continued care group (general practitioner). Manual therapy scored better than physical therapy on all outcome measures. Patients receiving manual therapy had fewer absences from work than patients receiving physical therapy or continued care, and manual therapy and physical therapy each resulted in statistically...

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PNF stretching muscle relaxation for self help Hump Day Realignment

Posted by on Dec 31, 2014 in low back pain, massage, misalignments subluxation, muscle relaxation, neck pain, self help, stretching | Comments Off on PNF stretching muscle relaxation for self help Hump Day Realignment

This weeks Hump Day Realignment is a throwback to a Christmas edition of PNF stretching Mostly PNF stretching is a resist and relax motion, but watch it and come to Breaux Bridge if you want to experience it.   quick Christmas hump day realignment edition of PNF stretching.  Ya it’s sideways, opps.   Tilt your head in one direction, resist against your hand on the opposite side for 5 seconds, then relax.  it really does help learn about #pnf #stretching for quick muscle tight relief Click To Tweet Serving Parks, Cecilia, St. Martinville, Breaux Bridge and...

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Spinal Decompression part 3 Hump Day Realignment

Posted by on Dec 24, 2014 in low back pain, neck pain, spinal decompression, Video Blog | Comments Off on Spinal Decompression part 3 Hump Day Realignment

Last session on non surgical spinal decompression and this video on hump day realignment shows the neck traction part as well as the breaux bridge crawfish festival. Neck traction is important part of spinal decompression since that area gets bulges too. Have a little distraction with a good ol’ low budget Hump Day Realignment #spinalDecompression is also for #Neck pain and #bulges on this #humpdayrealignment post Click To Tweet Serving Parks, Cecilia, Lafayette, Youngsville, St. Martinville, Breaux Bridge and Arnaudville Dr Justin Trosclair...

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Neck Pain shows up to 22 week pain reduction with cold laser

Posted by on Nov 23, 2014 in cold laser, neck pain, research | Comments Off on Neck Pain shows up to 22 week pain reduction with cold laser

Cold laser reduces pain for neck pain for up to 22 weeks Head over to your local chiropractor to manage your neck pain with no medicine and no surgery SUMMARY: Neck pain is a common and costly condition for which pharmacological management has limited evidence of efficacy and side-effects. We show that cold laser (low lever laser therapy) reduces pain immediately after treatment in acute neck pain and up to 22 weeks after completion of treatment in patients with chronic neck pain.   The Lancet, Volume 374, Issue 9705, Pages 1897 – 1908, 5 December 2009 Published Online: 13 November 2009 Copyright © 2009 Elsevier Ltd All rights reserved. Efficacy of low-level laser therapy in the management of neck pain: a systematic review and meta-analysis of randomised placebo or active-treatment controlled trials Original Text Dr Roberta T Chow MBBS a , Prof Mark...

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low back and neck pain stats: Hump Day Realignment

Posted by on Nov 19, 2014 in headache, low back pain, neck pain, research, Video Blog | Comments Off on low back and neck pain stats: Hump Day Realignment

85/100 will get low back pain, 1/3 will suffer neck pain. Take care of it with an adjustment before it takes care of you. 🙂 We can help with a non twisting non cracking type of adjustment called Instrument Based Adjusting. #activator #impulse a great no twist no crack chiro #adjustment option Click To Tweet     Justin Trosclair Doctor of Chiropractic serving Breaux Bridge, Lafayette, Henderson, Parks, Cecilia 70517, 70506,...

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