#1 TV Show Host Endorses Chiropractic For Wellness and Features Parker University President Dr. Fabrizio Mancini
Television’s #1 daytime host, Dr. Phil, for the first time ever, featured not one but two chiropractors on an upcoming Dr. Phil Show on Thursday March 14, 2012.
And Dr. Phil didn’t just host a show with a chiropractor, he openly endorsed chiropractic for lifetime wellness care, not back pain which wasn’t even mentioned. Dr. [...]
Marie D., a single mother of two, came to our office reporting that she had suffered from chronic headaches for the past 6 years. Marie had been taking Excedrin Headache and three prescription pain medications DAILY for her headaches. Not only were the headaches not improving, but all the medications were taking their toll. She [...]
There are many causes of knee pain. One often overlooked cause is a simple dysfunction of the proximal tibiofibular joint. The proximal tibiofibular joint is actually a joint that is outside the knee.
It is found by locating a medium-sized bump on the lateral leg about two inches down from the knee. The hamstring tendons attach [...]
The oldest member of the 2008 Olympic U.S. Track and Field squad that competed in Beijing, China, this year is a 40-year-old pole vaulter who relies heavily on Chiropractic to keep competing on the international stage. This was the second Olympic appearance for Jeff Hartwig, who also competed in the 1996 Games in Atlanta where [...]
As more and more athletes are realizing the benefits of Chiropractic in heightening their levels of performance, more and more chiropractors are getting involved with athletes in a variety of sporting activities.
Certainly the biggest athletic stage that involved chiropractors in 2008 was the Olympic Games recently completed in Beijing. Four U.S. based chiropractors played a [...]
As a nation, the United States is heading toward a sedentary, obese and very unhealthy condition. Individual sickness, unhealthy eating, pharmaceutical drug intake and personal disability are all on the rise. Lost time at work and even the costs for premature death add up to billions of dollars annually.
The question of where to turn for [...]
Have you ever seen an older person who seems to carry his head way out in front of his upper torso? If you look at him from the side, the head may appear to be 2 inches or more in front of his body. You may even see a pronounced hump where the back of [...]
People who experience the symptoms of Restless Leg Syndrome (RLS) may have a heightened risk of stroke and heart disease. In fact, the results of a recently completed study show that people with this condition may actually be at twice the risk as non-RLS sufferers.
RLS is considered to be a neurological disorder which causes unpleasant [...]
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