Feature | Some of your patients are trapped in the Metabolic Syndrome, but you can rescue them. You are likely familiar with a certain type of patient: He or she is overweight or obese, with an apple-shaped figure caused by excess adipose tissue about the midsection.
Wellness Approach |Recommend these 3 anti-inflammatory nutritional remedies for post-exercise relief. Despite its benefits, exercise often causes muscle aches and soreness. The pain can be frustrating, especially if it limits physical activity. Yet exercise alone may not be to blame—the real culprit could be a person’s diet.
Practice Central | You love your patients. But you also know that dealing with patients isn’t always easy. In fact, some of them lie, some don’t show up, and some blame you for their symptoms even though they haven’t followed your directions. All of this and more can cause enough stress to make you want to show them the door.
Research Results | Should you be using orthotics in your practice? At a recent seminar, in a discussion about the use of orthotics that covered some of the technical aspects of providing and fitting them for patients, one of the doctors present asked, “What I don’t understand is, why do chiropractors need to use orthotics? I don’t use them in my practice and I don’t see what the big deal is.”
Research Results | Ahilflower oil offers you a vegetarian option for omega-3 fatty acids. A new plant-based essential fatty acid dervived from Ahiflower (Buglossoides arvensis) oil is now available to healthcare practitioners and patients. Developed over 12 years from selected wild oilseed cultivars, the resulting dietary oil offers rich and biologically advanced essential fatty acids from a non-genetically modified crop.