Archives for March, 2008
Automobile drivers in the United States are involved in over 5 million auto accidents each year. As a result, over 2 million people annually suffer from some form of injury as a result of the crash. Whiplash is the most common injury received by an accident victim.
A history of disappointing results in the treatment of [...]
In 2006, an estimated half-million Americans traveled overseas for medical treatment to take advantage of dramatically lower costs and a growing number of modern, well-staffed and well equipped hospitals that cater to the needs of foreign patients.
Supporting the trend are specialized travel agencies springing up with connections to hospitals and clinics in Europe or Mexico, [...]
During the past 20 years, society has been lead to believe that there is only one solution for learning disabilities, dyslexia and the symptoms of Attention Deficit Disorder. The remedy that has been promoted broadly and driven home with advertising as the only possible panacea is drugs.
Now, an evaluation of research data points to Chiropractic [...]
The benefits of influenza vaccines are exaggerated and little is known about their safety, according to a new report in the British Medical Journal.
Drawing from studies conducted over a 30-year period, Tom Jefferson, MD, concludes that the scientific evidence supporting the annual flu vaccine is of poor quality, yet many governments, particularly those of the [...]
A question often arises for people considering a visit to a Chiropractor for assistance with a sports injury or a life discomfort.
And that question is this: Do I really need Chiropractic help, or will a well designed exercise and stretching program bring the relief that I’m looking to
An investigation recently sought an answer to that [...]
What is the ideal location for receiving an Acupuncture treatment? Are significant results easily achieved when treatments are squeezed into a busy day between meetings, stresses of family life and dealing with commute traffic? On the other hand, can a more free and relaxed setting contribute to greater and
more lasting gains?
Acupuncture administered to travelers at [...]
When a woman is involved in a lengthy, natural labor, it is quite common that she will have difficulty urinating for some time afterwards. In deliveries where an epidural is administered to ease pain, problems with urination are even more likely to develop.
The most common medical way to handle this difficulty is to insert a [...]
A person with Multiple Sclerosis will likely try many remedies to find relief from this dreaded and debilitating condition. After drugs produced limited gains, and being told another possible treatment would not be available soon, Duane Perron turned to Acupuncture for help. His decision changed his life.
Duane developed Multiple Sclerosis in 1978. Many years later, [...]
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