Chiropractic care can be complicated for patients because of its specialized terminology for assessment, treatment plans, symptom trajectories, and potential for benign adverse events.  One solution is for chiropractors to adopt functional health literacy, interactive health literacy, and critical health literacy into patient-centered chiropractic care. Health literacy empowers patients of all backgrounds to “read” and […]

Upcoming interview with Geoffrey Bove, DC, PhD. He is a graduate of Hampshire College, Canadian Memorial Chiropractic College, and the University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill.  He is currently a professor at the University of New England,…
Dr. James Whedon
Hello Everyone, I hope your summer is going well!  There is a new podcast episode available with Dr. Jim Whedon. He has published some amazing chiropractic research. You will definitely want to listen! 038- Chiropractic, Opioids, Adverse…
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Podcasts are increasingly being used for health professionals' education. They are utilized by individual practitioners, teaching institutions, and many major journals are adding podcasts to their offerings. To date, there are no evidence-based…
Dr. Peter McCarthy
Hello everyone, I wanted to share the latest episodes of the podcast with you all.  Fascinating research ahead. Hope you enjoy.  I'd love to hear your feedback.  Also, did you know that we are on YouTube? 037- Interdisciplinary Care…
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…
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…
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