Fake Surgery vs Real Surgery? Any Difference? Part-I Surgery for spine or joint pain is very common. According to the CDC, there were 63 million visits to orthopedic surgery centers in 2010. The American Association of Neurological Surgeons estimates that there were 1.5 million spinal surgeries performed in 2011. When people are told they need
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One of our pet peeves is when we, as chiropractors, get lumped in with all other chiropractors. While we share the same profession as our colleagues, that’s where a lot of the similarity ends. The purpose of this blog is to emphasize a few of these differences. Two Types of Chiropractors A good way to
My Diagnosis Doesn’t Matter?! That statement might sound a little extreme, so let me clarify it a bit. First, our clinic deals with pain and injuries. So this post is about diagnoses for musculoskeletal conditions. Hopefully, it’s obvious that if you’re dealing with pain caused by something like cancer, your diagnosis is VERY important and