In preparation for competitions in the Tokyo 2020 and Beijing 2022 Olympics, Team China has joined with Life University (LIFE) and its LIFE Sport Science Institute (LSSI) to establish a Chiropractic Performance Center in Beijing. Spearheaded by Drs. David Bellin (Executive Director for LIFE’s Global Initiatives), Peng Li (Post-Doctoral Fellow at Tsingua University and LIFE alumnus) and John Downes (Vice President for LIFE’s Global Initiatives), the Chiropractic Performance Center will incorporate the protocols utilized for LIFE athletes in an interdisciplinary facility involving coaches, performance trainers and other members of Team China.
- ICA Launches Practice Success Academy
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- Congress passes legislation expanding veteran access to nondrug chiropractic services
April 13, 2018—The United States is losing its children to accidental drownings at an alarming rate. In fact, drowning remains the leading cause of death for children under the age of 4 in most southern states with the majority of deaths occurring in backyard pools and spas. May is National Drowning Prevention Month, so at […]
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Ginger has been widely used since ancient times for its digestive effects, and we still use it today to help maintain healthy gut flora, aid in digestion, and soothe the digestive tract.* But modern research shows ginger also holds many other health benefits. Scientific studies have demonstrated that ginger can help promote cardiovascular, metabolic, and joint health and provides relief from occasional motion sickness.*
- Chiropractic included in new Florida direct primary care law
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The North Carolina state senate and house of representatives will be jointly considering a proposal forwarded by the University of North Carolina to establish a School of Chiropractic Medicine on the campus of Winston-Salem State University. The UNC board of governors approved the concept, and the state budget allocated $100,000 in the 2017 Appropriations Act to fund a formal study into the resources required and potential success of such a program.
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