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ISSUE 02                            April 4, 2014 

Dear Chiropractic Professional,

We're not fooling when we say that April brings a change of seasons. More time outside is great, but brings new stresses and strains to bodies less used to exercise than in the coming months. The Chiro E-News Magazine brought to you by Diagnostic Imaging Systems, DIS.  DIS has been serving Chiropractors since 1983 for all their radiology needs.  We have searched the internet to bring you some of the most important news regarding your profession.  Look for a new edition everything month.  Enjoy reading.

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Gonzales was a three-time state champion in cycling while attending Kentwood High School in Kent, Wash. After graduating in 1998, he raced in national competitions. “I was good at racing, but knew I wasn’t good enough to make a full career out of it,” he said. “I needed to come up with another plan for my life.” So he earned a bachelor’s degree in psychology from the University of Washington in Seattle, and then graduated from the Life Chiropractic College West in Hayward in 2007.


For years El Pasoan Cynthia Carey suffered from migraine headaches. The former attorney tried to medicate those headaches away, but traditional methods did not work.

"I was taking all the pills and all the shots that where prescribed to me," Carey said. "But those just got me sicker and sicker and sicker. At age 45, I went to see my first chiropractic acupuncturist and in about four of five treatments my headaches were gone completely."

ACA House of Delegates Elects Leaders at Annual Meeting
Low Back Pain: Posture and Movement Analysis

injury prevention

The American Chiropractic Association (ACA) House
of Delegates (HOD) met recently as part of the 2015 National Chiropractic Leadership Conference (NCLC 2015) in Washington, D.C., Feb. 25-28, to elect leaders for the next year.


When performing static and dynamic movement analysis of the lumbopelvic hip area, begin with standing visual posture analysis of the pelvis, and then perform lumbar range of motion and assess what you might see during normal versus abnormal lumbar flexion motion. Continue to the supine position and use common orthopedic tests to help determine muscle function that guides your diagnosis and corrective exercise strategy.
Chiropractic Adjustments Shown to Reverse Heart Disease
Dillsburg woman's hip replacement at 62: common as patients for procedure get younger


A recent case study reported in the Annals
of Vertebral Subluxation Research
suggests that chiropractic adjustments can help reverse and prevent heart disease.

Ear infections

An original complaint of pain in her knees sent Dillsburg resident Marj Strayer on a two-year journey to orthopedic doctors, rheumatologists, a chiropractor, an acupuncturist, a spine surgeon and physical therapists before the culprit for her woes was identified - worn-out hips. "An MRI on my knees early on didn't show anything so I moved on to the OIP"This generation is unwilling to accept the expectation that previous generations had that pain and slowing down comes with aging,'' says Dr. William Polacheck.
Pennsville chiropractor has new technology for aligning the spine
Primary Spine Care Addressing Concerns and Criticism


For 33 years, Dr. Ivan Nadler has been the go-to chiropractor for many suffering from a back ache in Salem County and beyond. "This is my first and only practice," Nadler said, at his Salem County Chiropractic Center office in Pennsville on Wednesday. While he is most well-known for fixing aching bones, Nadler recently delved into the world of nutrition. 


The Dec. 1, 2013 issue of Dynamic Chiropractic included an article describing the implementation of a training program for primary spine practitioners (PSP) within a metropolitan region and supported by a large BC/BS plan. The role of the PSP had been described previously in an article in Chiropractic & Manual Therapies and several other DC articles.

Over the past year, we have listened carefully to a number of concerns and criticisms about the PSP role for chiropractic physicians, and we respond…
MassHealth dynamics 'coming to a head' this year
New Treatment for Plantar Fasciitis at Marshall Tulsa Chiropractic


As Gov. Charlie Baker targets MassHealth for major budget savings, a top House lawmaker said Tuesday that policymakers can't lose sight of the "ideals" of the program, which will cover 1.7 million residents with health insurance next year. 

snow injuries

Marshall Tulsa Chiropractic today announced that it has implemented the latest therapy used to treat plantar fasciitis known as percussion therapy. The sensation is very comfortable and actually feels good. Most patients get up after a session and feel much better.

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