Dr. John Mayer, chiropractic

In this upcoming interview, John M. Mayer, DC, PhD, CCRP, FACSM will discuss his extensive clinical and research experience in occupational health, wellness, and therapeutic exercise. Dr. Mayer has led teams on numerous clinical trials across the country on various aspects of wellness, clinical management, and prevention funded through federal, state, industry, and foundation sources, […]

Dr. Alice Kongsted
In this upcoming interview, Alice Kongsted, DC, PhD will discuss how the bio-medical/structural approach to back pain has failed and we need to implement a behavioural approach to back pain much more in practice. She will discuss the recommendation…
Chiropractic Neck Adjustment
There is a growing trend of chiropractic use in adults. In a recent survey of US adults who used chiropractic services, back pain (63.0%) and neck pain (30.2%) were the most prevalent health problems for chiropractic consultations and the majority…
In this update, I will summarize key points from recent scientific literature regarding the practice of chiropractic, patient profiles, utilization rates, chiropractic assessment and care methods.  Much of the information comes from the excellent…
  I am pleased to provide ongoing support to World Spine Care as a founding member. World Spine Care is improving lives in under-served communities through evidence-based, inter-professional, sustainable spine care.…
Today, we celebrate the birthday of the chiropractic profession, Sept. 18.  Chiropractic’s first adjustment is recognized each year as Chiropractic Founder’s Day. On this day in 1895 (122 years ago), Dr. Daniel David Palmer gave the first…
There was a low recurrence rate (using a stringent definition of recurrence) in a large population of patients with low back pain (LBP) up to 1 year after chiropractic care. However, the vast majority of patients were not pain free after 1 year.…
Dr. Iben Axén
New podcast with Dr. Iben Axén on trajectories of low back pain.
shoulder pain manual therapy
New podcast with Dr. Carlo Ammendolia on lumbar spinal stenosis.
shoulder pain manual therapy
Shoulder pain is one of the most common musculoskeletal disorders. The lifetime prevalence is estimated to be in the range of 6.7–66.7%. Shoulder pain and stiffness may reduce family life or social life functions as well as reduce productive…