Osteoporosis Drug Creates Brittle Bones

A recent study has found that the this common osteoporosis drug creates brittle bones with use ranging from three to five years and beyond. The class of drugs called bisphosphonates is the most commonly prescribed medication to treat osteoporosis. It

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Osteoporosis Treatment

I have read a few things lately that have caused me some serious concerns about the future of osteoporosis treatment. A while back I wrote on new guidelines regarding osteoporosis treatment. My main concern was the importance on drug therapy

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Spinal Rehabilitation

Regenerative Spinal Therapies CBP® (Chiropractic BioPhysics) is the most researched form of spinal rehabilitation chiropractic care in the world. The team of researchers who study the CBP rehabilitation methods include; DC’s, MD’s, PT’s, mathematicians, engineers, and various other PhD’s. This

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The Anti-Aging Effects of Chiropractic

Yes today’s blog post is about the anti-aging effects of chiropractic. This post is about a recently published case report that had to do with an observed lengthening in the telomere’s of a patient that presented to a chiropractic office

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The Genesis of the Opioid Crisis

A letter to the editor of the New England Journal of Medicine has been called the genesis of the opioid crisis. This might seem crazy but it is very true and while looking back doesn’t fix the present it does

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New Consensus on Concussion Injuries

A new consensus on concussion injuries was published in the April 2017 edition of the British Journal of Sports Medicine. In October of 2016 a group of experts met in Berlin to poor over the evidence up to that date

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Even Short Term Oral Steroids Carry Serious Risk

Surprise! That Drug we Thought was Safe, isn’t. New research shows that even short term oral steroids carry serious risk which may outweigh their reward. Oral steroids are most commonly used to treat inflammation related to upper respiratory tract infection,

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Importance of Seeking Care After an Auto Accident

Importance of Seeking Care After an Auto Accident Being involved in an automobile accident can be a traumatic and frightening event. A person’s health should be the first and foremost consideration after an auto accident so anyone involved in a

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New Guidelines out for Osteoporosis Treatment

The American College of Physicians have new guidelines out for osteoporosis treatment. I believe these guidelines are flawed and do not deal with the real cause of osteoporosis. These guidelines basically promote using medications over anything else. The cause of

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Taking an NSAID Increases Your Risk for a Heart Attack

New research shows taking an NSAID increases your risk for a heart attack. Actually the study shows an increased risk as soon as the first week of taking an NSAID. The study also found the risk increased with taking a

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