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Chiropractic seen as 'alternative medicine'
by Ben Garcia
October 14, 2012
KUWAIT: A chiropractor's is a rare profession anywhere. Many chiropractors in Kuwait are expatriate doctors. Dr Chet Collins, who comes regularly to Kuwait from the United States under a contract signed with Missoni Hotel, is one of them.
He treats Kuwaiti patients at the Six Senses Resort and Spa located at the Missoni Hotel. Currently based in Bali, Indonesia, Collins visits on a quar terly basis. "I stay usually between 10 days to two weeks. I focus on treatment and motion therapy. I do a lot of one on one restoration therapy," he said.
Chiropractic Treatment for Scoliosis
September 14, 2017
Scoliosis is an intricate disease. Experts still don't know what causes 80% of scoliosis cases, and there is no cure. But there's still hope! There are proven methods to treat scoliosis and reduce its symptoms.
Traditional chiropractic treatment applies a general approach, similar to what the chiropractor would do for any other patient experiencing back problems. However, if the chiropractor is not practiced in scoliosis and familiar with its intricacies, traditional chiropractic treatment is unlikely to have much of an effect on the Cobb angle. This method is only recommended for patients over the age of 13 with very small Cobb angles of 20 degrees or less. Traditional treatment can be useful for relieving pain, but not for physically straightening the Cobb angle in scoliosis patients.
Chiropractic Treatment of a Medical Specialist for Headaches
by Nancy Martin-Molina
July 4, 2014
It has been documented in a variety of studies that general health and habit factors may perpetuate the presence of myofascial / soft-tissue patterns of pain.
These include nutritional, metabolic, endocrine and psychological influences; but often some of the worst offenders are contributors such as sustained postural demands and poor body mechanism. Thus one goal of chiropractic treatment has been to increase movement in the joints and relax the pain-producing contributory muscles.
Chiropractic Treats Headaches and Migraines
by Lake Worth Chiropractic & Wellness
March 20, 2016
Patients respond positively to chiropractic adjustments to alleviate migraines and severe headaches. For patients that do not respond to medication and other common treatments, chiropractic care helps to address headaches and migraines at their source.
As reported from the Migraine Research Foundation, approximately 36 million Americans suffer from migraines with women of the ages of 25 to 55, the most likely candidates of the condition. Migraines, in general, start at one side of the head but can spread to both with the most significant pain around the sides of the forehead. Some individuals experience auras, or visual disturbances, along with or preceding the full onset of the migraine.
Chiropractic, osteopathy or manipulative spinal manipulation followed by exercise provides significant relief of back pain symptoms
News-Medical in Medical Study News
December 13, 2004
A new study of back pain treatments, co-ordinated by researchers at the University of York, has found that spinal manipulation, in the form of chiropractic, osteopathy, or manipulative physiotherapy, followed by a programme of exercise, provides significa
The study, backed by the Medical Research Council (MRC) and co-ordinated by the Trials Unit in the University's Department of Health Sciences, is the biggest of its type ever mounted in the United Kingdom. It involved more than 1,300 patients in 140 GP practices across the UK. The UK Back pain Exercise And Manipulation (UK BEAM) randomised trial assessed the effectiveness of adding different treatments to 'best care' in general practice for patients with lower back pain, one of the most common ailments general practitioners have to treat.
Chiropractic: A Holistic Health Alternative
by Drs. Michael Cocco and Timothy Sweigard
December 8, 2004
Established in 1895, the chiropractic profession has grown to become the third largest health profession in the United States.
Chiropractic comes from a Greek word that means "effective treatment by hand". Chiropractic, as a healing art, is based on the understanding that a normally functioning spine and nervous system is critical to good health. Research has consistently proven that chiropractic gets people better faster with less cost and longer-lasting results than traditional medical care for back and neck pain.
Chiropractic: As Individual as a Handshake
by Charles Masarsky, DC
June 12, 2008
Well-meaning but misinformed friends, relatives and even health professionals often dissuade parents from placing their children under chiropractic care.
This often is based on the misperception that a chiropractic adjustment is "too rough," and that a young child's spine should not be "subjected" to it. In reality, a chiropractic adjustment has much in common with a handshake.
Chiropractor brings services to Dominican Republic
by Lee Enterprises
December 28, 2012
A passion for travel and an instinct to help has driven Dr. Lona Cook to Haiti and the Dominican Republic for the second straight year.
Cook is a chiropractor. "A lot of times, people want to know: "Well, as chiropractors, what can you do?" Cook doesn't leave them unimpressed. On her second mission trip to Costa Rica, Cook met a wheelchair-bound man who, after one adjustment, came back the next day with a walker.
Chiropractor emphasizes individual care
by Fred Pollard
May 17, 2010
EAST ALTON - For Dr. Danny Vetter, D.C., chiropractic health is more than a quick crack of the back.
"The benefits of chiropractic health include being totally drug-free and surgery-free. It uses the body's own ability to heal itself. We don't cure anything; we facilitate the body's natural healing. God didn't make mistakes when He made us. The natural state of your body is health, not disease."
Chiropractor In Frederick, Dr. Steve Digles, Provides Pain Relief For Fibromyalgia Sufferers
by Dr. Steve Digles, DC
April 29, 2011
Fibromyalgia is a chronic disease characterized by multiple tender points, muscle pain and fatigue that affects as many as six million people in the U. S. The condition is much more common in women than in men.
Symptoms include pain in all four quadrants of the body, sleep disturbances, headaches, painful menstrual periods and irritable bowel syndrome. Some women experience morning stiffness, restless leg syndrome and cognitive issues. Therapy consists of nutritional and behavioral changes to relieve stress and improve muscle and nerve function.
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