Case by Case |Functional medicine (FM), founded on systems biology, is an approach to illness in which a practitioner strives to identify and correct the root causes of dysfunction. In this model, categorical classification of a person’s disease is much less important than understanding the underlying mechanisms of disease.
Research Results | How to provide optimal care for frozen-shoulder patients. This article describes the causes and treatment of frozen-shoulder syndrome, with a look at reimbursement considerations. The implications of multilayered, multimodal treatments are of interest to doctors of chiropractic.
Using “moving x-rays” allows you to catch things a traditional x-ray machine would miss.
To systematically review the peer-reviewed literature about the reliability and validity of chiropractic tests used to determine the need for spinal manipulative therapy of the lumbo-pelvic spine, taking into account the quality of the studies, the Nordic Institute for Chiropractic and Clinical Biomechanics in Denmark, selected previous studies pertaining to intraexaminer reliability, interexaminer reliability, and/or […]