You’re always told to sit/stand up straight and how important your posture is. But have you really ever thought about where you posture comes from? It’s a question that chiropractors get asked» READ MORE
As chiropractors, we know that our work not only positively affects the health of our patients but also the health of our community as well. Our whole team works hard to ensure that the services and information we provide to you throughout your care is up-to-date and offers you solutions to your healthcare needs. In keeping with that philosophy, we place significant importance on collaborating with other chiropractic leaders and actively work with them to create and promote a focused vision and strategy that emphasizes a better and healthier community.
It has always been our belief that when practitioners work together to dig deeper into improving healthcare, they can expand on the vision of impacting more lives that’s why Richelle and I will be presenting at the upcoming 12th Annual International Research and Philosophy Symposium at the Sherman College of Chiropractic on October 10-11, 2015. We’ll be presenting with doctors from around the world who will be sharing leading material at an international research symposium.
At this event, we will be presenting our research study titled, “Radiological Changes in Lateral Cervical Spinal Curves Seen Across a Retrospective Case Series of Chiropractic Patients Utilizing Network Spinal Analysis Care.” This research involved the study of X-ray changes from hundreds of patients in our practice and it is the first documented research showing a low force approach in making changes to a person’s structure on film in the history of chiropractic.
We are grateful to have the opportunity to present ourselves as a force for good on our patient’s behalf by participating at these types of events. We also know that by increasing our presence within our community, we can create a positive expression of our focus on enhanced care and solutions for healthier patients and our overall community. If you’d like to learn more about this event, you can learn more by visiting https://www.sherman.edu/chiropractic-training/iraps/
Monday and Wednesday - 9:00am - 12:00pm & 3:00pm - 6:00pm,
Tuesday and Thursday - 7:30am - 10:30am & 3:00pm - 6:00pm, Friday - 3:00pm - 6:00pm
Commonly, people associate the need for chiropractic care with back pain, neck pain, headaches, arm pain, or other musculoskeletal pains. This is unfortunate because chiropractic care is not solely» READ MORE