Clinical Concerns | Shingles is a viral infection that causes a painful rash. Medically speaking, it is an acute viral inflammation of the sensory ganglia of the spinal and cranial nerves that is associated with vesicular eruptions and neuralgic pain caused by reactivation of the herpes virus causing varicella (chicken pox)—also called herpes zoster, zoster.
Clinical Concerns | Aurélie M. Marchand, DC, in private practice in Italy, published in the Journal of Manipulative and Physiological Therapeutics in November 2015 what may be the first preliminary model of care for adjusting infants and children.
In Focus |As we reported in October last year, at the American Chiropractic Association Sports Council’s (ACASC) annual symposium, Robert Silverman, DC, DACBN, was selected as the ACA’s Sports Chiropractor of the Year.
Feature | You’ve finished your classes, you’ve graduated, and all the congratulations and parties are over. You’re a new doctor of chiropractic. Now what? New practitioners, once they’ve been licensed, mainly have two choices: they can open their own business or go to work for someone else.