Dr. Ken Weber

Dr. Ken Weber is an Instructor in the Department of Anesthesia, Perioperative and Pain Medicine at Stanford University. He obtained his Doctor of Chiropractic from Palmer College of Chiropractic Florida in 2009 and then completed a PhD in neuroscience at Northwestern University in 2016, specializing in movement and rehabilitation science. Ken’s research intersects clinical pain […]

A recent study incorporated a clinic of midwives and chiropractors to care for suboptimal feeding through a multidisciplinary approach. Suboptimal breastfeeding is a recognized problem among mothers and health care professionals worldwide. The…
New scientific evidence on the effectiveness of manual therapies, passive physical modalities, and acupuncture was assessed in a recent systematic review. This update of the Neck Pain Task Force suggests that mobilization, manipulation, and…
Dr. Steven Passmore
Dr. Dean Smith will be hosting a podcast interview with Dr. Steven Passmore this Thursday, September 24th at 2 pm (EST). Steven Passmore, DC, PhD.  Dr. Passmore is Assistant Professor in the Faculty of Kinesiology & Recreation Management…
Celebrate the founder of chiropractic today, Sept. 18.  Chiropractic’s first adjustment is recognized each year as Chiropractic Founder’s Day. On this day in 1895 (120 years ago), Dr. Daniel David Palmer gave the first chiropractic…
Chiropractic Science, LLC is proud to announce a strategic partnership with ChiroCredit.com to bring Chiropractors FREE Webinars (podcast replays will be available) during which there will be interviews with Chiropractic Experts that are performing…
Much is known about the injury mechanisms of concussion injuries in the acute phase, but there is little evidence to support many of the theories regarding postconcussion syndrome (PCS).  A potential, and very treatable, cause of this chronic…
Low back pain (LBP) is an extremely common presenting complaint that occurs in greater than 80% of people. Chiropractors care for patients who have no symptoms and those who have symptoms.   Research has demonstrated that chiropractic care…
Over the last decade, research has demonstrated that spinal manipulation can change various aspects of nervous system function, including muscle reflexes, cognitive processing, reaction time, and the speed at which the brain processes information.…
There are physiologic changes associated with aging. There are also health conditions that occur more commonly with advancing age. These changes and conditions increase an older adult's vulnerability to injuries. A recent study investigated…