Research Results |According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, 1 in 10 Americans report symptoms of depression. Certainly, the causes of this condition can be as varied as the individuals reporting them.1 Unfortunately, many of the current therapeutic drugs for depression are only effective and safe in the short term.
Wellness Approach | Are you recommending curcumin or turmeric to your patients? Curcumin and turmeric are not interchangeable terms. Curcumin is a small, potent, and important part of turmeric. This distinction has implications for product selection as well as clinical dosing.
Research Results | In scientific nomenclature, “hyaluronan” is the accepted term for hyaluronic acid (HA) and the physiological salts of hyaluronate, the conjugate base of hyaluronic acid. HA is classified as a glycosaminoglycan (GAG). GAGs are long, unbranched polysaccharides made of repeating disaccharide units of glucuronic acid and glucosamine.
Research Results | Many chiropractors perform acupuncture (or dry needling) as an adjunct to their practices to improve patient outcomes. And most are taught to dry needle trigger points and sometimes needle the segmental innervation of the muscle involved. But should you do more?
If any of your patients are suffering from chronic sinusitis and have been through multiple courses of antibiotics, then you know the ills of the antibiotic approach. The use of antibiotics can leave a patient with intestinal problems and often yeast infections. If successful, antibiotics might resolve a sinus infection for six months or so. […]