Chiropractic

Katie May

Model’s Death After Chiropractic Visit Undermines Profession’s Breakthroughs

Chiropractic often undeservedly gets a bad rap so it’s unfortunate when a chiropractor takes an action that causes notoriety and skepticism for the entire profession, and earns the ire of the patient community. The recent case of a model’s death after a chiropractic visit is one such gut punch to everyone in the business. It’s during …

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Chiropractic care for athletes

Uninitiated and Afraid: The Gallup Study on Perceptions of Chiropractic

About 35.5 million American adults have visited a chiropractor in the last 12 months, and 77 percent said they received “very effective” treatment. But for the 51 percent of U.S. adults who say they’ve never been to a chiropractor, nearly 30 percent of them say they think chiropractic care is dangerous. It’s a shame since a …

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Message to All Of Our Patients: I NEED YOUR HELP!!!

OK, I KNOW, I KNOW, I’ve been out of the loop for a little while. But in this issue of our Capitol Rehab Newsletter, I NEED YOUR HELP!! To show you how serious I am about this, please take down my direct email address; Dr.Bill.Booker@gmail.com Thanks for taking me seriously. Now what I need from …

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The Secret To Resolving Muscle and Joint Pain Syndromes

A new paradigm in dealing with musculoskeletal injuries.  This article deals with assessing human movement, and highlights the Functional Movement Screen™ and the Selective Functional Movement Assessment (SFMA) developed by Gray Cook and Lee Burton.  The Functional Movement Screen™ is an innovative system used to evaluate movement pattern quality for clients or athletes. “It has also been …

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Active Release Technique and Runners Injuries

In a couple of weeks I am heading to Minneapolis to take my spine certification in Active Release Technique.  I am extremely excited about this particular credential because it will complete my full body training (Upper Extremity, Lower Extremity and Spine) in the Active Release Technique. Although I have been treating soft tissue syndromes and …

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Chiropractors: No One Likes Them But They Can Help

One of my favorite quotes comes from Super Chef, Emeril Lagasse.  He says, “Fried food isn’t bad for you, bad fried food is bad for you.” The same applies to chiropractors.  People don’t dislike chiropractors, they dislike bad chiropractors. It is highly recommended that you seek out a “sports chiropractor” or a chiropractor who incorporates treatments …

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