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Free E-Book "Rise": 125 Milestones in the 5 Eras of the History of Integrative...
At what point can an emergent movement look back and claim a history And what is that history if, over the course of the time chronicled, separate strands have knit together into a whole that was unimagined at the outset Do the lineages of each become the shared ancestry of what is emerging These are the opening lines of what is effectively the first written history of the movement for integrative health and medicine. I put history in quotation marks becau ...
Huffington Post - Mon. Sep 17
Me vs. Fibromyalgia: Eliminate Recurring Pain
Heal Your Chronic Pain Understand The Source Of Recurring Pain and Learn Effective Techniques To Eliminate It. If there s one thing I know for sure, it s that you and I are always looking for ways to ease our Chronic Pain symptoms and learn more about the causes of them. Something that has proven invaluable in my healing journey is hearing from health experts from across the world of wellness. Today, without asking you to make an appointment, pack your bag ...
Huffington Post - Mon. Sep 17
Why Chiropractors and Physiotherapists Must Strengthen their Marketing Strate...
National Academics Relieving Pain in America report considers chronic pain as a national challenge because it affects 100 million American adults. Number of sick days taken due to chronic back pain has seen a dramatic increase from 7.7 million days in 2013 to 9.6 million days in 2014 resulting in a loss of 1 billion. 34 percent growth in the employment of physical therapists from 2014 to 2024 does not surprise because of the growing demand for physical the ...
Huffington Post - Mon. Aug 27
Trumpism and the Bigotry of the Antagonists to Integrative Medicine and Health
Waking this day post election to the ascending era of Trump in national politics is unfortunately familiar territory for those of us in integrative health and medicine. We have our own long-standing problem of integration of cultures and tribes and economies. And like other such problems in the name-calling, divisive Trumpian United States, the context of the integrative health debate is often shaped as anti-science and bigotry. An example came across my d ...
Huffington Post - Mon. Aug 27
Free E-Book "Rise": 125 Milestones in the 5 Eras of the History of Integrative...
At what point can an emergent movement look back and claim a history And what is that history if, over the course of the time chronicled, separate strands have knit together into a whole that was unimagined at the outset Do the lineages of each become the shared ancestry of what is emerging These are the opening lines of what is effectively the first written history of the movement for integrative health and medicine. I put history in quotation marks becau ...
Huffington Post - Mon. Aug 27
Me vs. Fibromyalgia: Eliminate Recurring Pain
Heal Your Chronic Pain Understand The Source Of Recurring Pain and Learn Effective Techniques To Eliminate It. If there s one thing I know for sure, it s that you and I are always looking for ways to ease our Chronic Pain symptoms and learn more about the causes of them. Something that has proven invaluable in my healing journey is hearing from health experts from across the world of wellness. Today, without asking you to make an appointment, pack your bag ...
Huffington Post - Mon. Aug 27
Chiropractor's Car Seat Carrier Hack May Just Change Your Life
Parents of infants know that carrying a clunky car seat carrier is an arduous task. Unfortunately, parenting often requires multitasking, forcing adults to lug one around while going about their day. Despair no more, parents. One chiropractor is changing the baby seat game. Emily Puente of Bridge Family Chiropractic in Mansfield, Texas, posted a video in April revealing her unconventional hack that relieves pressure on the shoulders and hips. The video was ...
Huffington Post - Mon. Aug 27
Lower back spasm: Causes, treatment, and prevention
There are many possible causes for lower back spasms, including poor posture, muscle overuse, and sprains and strains. People who experience recurring or worsening spasms or pain should see a doctor for an assessment.
Medical News Today - Fri. Jun 1
Hyperlordosis: Treatment, exercises, and diagnosis
Hyperlordosis is a condition in which there is an excessive spine curvature in the lower back.
Medical News Today - Fri. Jun 1
Cometh the cyborg: improved integration of living muscles into robots
Tokyo - The new field of biohybrid robotics involves the use of living tissue within robots, rather than just metal and plastic. Muscle is one potential key component of such robots, providing the driving force for movement and function. However, in efforts to integrate living muscle into these machines, there have been problems with the force these muscles can exert and the amount of time before they start to shrink and lose their function. Now, in a stud ...
EurekAlert - Fri. Jun 1
Stem cell-based phase I trial to repair spinal cord injuries produces encourag...
Writing in the June 1 issue of Cell Stem Cell , researchers at University of California San Diego School of Medicine report that a first-in-human phase I clinical trial in which neural stem cells were transplanted into participants with chronic spinal cord injuries produced measurable improvement in three of four subjects, with no serious adverse effects. The primary purpose of this first trial was to assess safety. And no procedure-related complications w ...
EurekAlert - Fri. Jun 1
New study finds pitcher injuries increase as pitch count rises
More than half of high school baseball pitchers report experiencing pain in their throwing arms during the season. To better understand the cause of these injuries, researchers at The Ohio State University Wexner Medical Center conducted a new study to determine when and why overuse injuries are occurring. We found that the number of injuries peaked early--only about four weeks in--and then slowly declined until the end of the season, said James Onate, ass ...
EurekAlert - Fri. Jun 1