An inconsistent sleep schedule can throw off the body’s sleep and waking pattern, or circadian rhythm, reports the September 2015 Harvard Health Letter. “It can lead to insomnia, but people don’t realize that their schedule is causing the problem,” says sleep specialist Cynthia Dorsey, PhD, assistant professor of psychology in Harvard Medical School’s psychiatry department.
© Freund Publishing House Ltd. Int J Adolesc Med Health 2010;22(2):273-281 Gerry Leisman, MD, PhD1,2, Robert Melillo, DC, MSc1,3, Sharon Thum, MSc1,3, Mark A Ransom, MSc1, Michael Orlando, DC1, Christopher Tice, DC1 and Frederick R Carrick, DC, PhD4 1The FR Carrick Institute for Clinical Ergonomics, Rehabilitation and Applied Neuroscience, Mineola, New York, USA; 2University of […]
Research comes in all shapes and styles. It can cover countless treatment techniques and compare the results of the clinical tools that today’s chiropractors use to refine the wonderful healing art we all know as chiropractic. A highly overlooked form of research revolves around how one creates, orchestrates, and implements the business systems of their […]
Is the product/procedure backed by research? In today’s world of evidence based medicine research is a key component. If a product or procedure has research standing behind it and there is evidence for its use the likelihood of the procedure being a part of a scope of practice and the chance of third party reimbursement […]
Our first question falls under patient need. “Is the product or procedure safe?” This may seem a little obvious to some. However, there are dozens of new products and service offered to the chiropractic profession each year. Some of these are FDA approved or qualified under state law but some are not. No one wants […]