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    Think Outside the Box and the Spine, Part 3: The Knee

    Knee Injuries and Their Link to the Feet By Kevin M. Wong, DC Unfortunately, knee pain and dysfunction are common. It is not surprising that of all the areas treated by orthopedic surgeons, the knee is the most commonly injured joint, representing a whopping 26 percent of orthopedic business.1 In my estimation, the average chiropractor [...]

    Breathe Well and Breathe Often: Defining and Correcting Dysfunctional Breathing Patterns, Part 1

    By Robert “Skip” George, DC, CCSP, CSCS From our first gasp of air when we are born to our last sigh when we pass, one breath follows another in a mostly unbroken progression. One of our most primal movement patterns is breathing, but most of us are unaware it happens automatically unless exertion, a stressful [...]

    Musculoskeletal Rehab and Stabilization

    Many patients require additional care in order to be fully recovered from a joint injury. Muscles are the joints’ primary movers and stabilizers. When injury or illness interferes with muscle function, joint integrity declines. This interrelationship between the joint and soft tissue must be addressed to effectively treat musculoskeletal complaints. Movement is key for means [...]