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5 Clinical Game Changers

On October 23, 2013, in Acupuncture, Chiropractic, Chiropractor, Integrated Medicine, Sports Medicine, by Dr. Dino Pappas

5 Clinical Game Changers We’ve been asked the past few years by young practitioners and patients about our influences. In essence they are asking why we do what we do. The answer to this question lies in our top 5 clinical game changers. A game changer in the medical realm is a methodology, approach, idea, […]

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Integrative Treatment of Cancer – Part 1

On July 23, 2013, in Cancer, Chiropractic, Dr. Marie Tholl, Integrated Medicine, Internal Health, by Dr. Dino Pappas

The Dilemma   One of the areas that is growing within our practice is evaluations and consultations for integrative treatment(s) for cancer patients. At first glance you may think, “How could a chiropractor help with cancer?”  or “Why would a patient come to a chiropractor for cancer treatment?”. Please consider some startling statistics: 1). Projected […]

The Truth About Plantar Fasciitis

THE REAL TRUTH ABOUT PLANTAR FASCIITIS   Summer is finally here! Out come the summer athletes, weekend warriors and even the average folk that spend time cutting the grass or gardening. One of the more common injuries we see during the summer months is plantar fasciitis.    We will see posts on social media asking […]

We Fix Broken Pitchers

On June 12, 2013, in Dr. Dino Pappas, Shoulder Pain, Sports Medicine, by Dr. Dino Pappas

Some of the most challenging and rewarding patients to work with are professional baseball pitchers. They are a unique, quirky and superstitious breed.  The throwing motion is extremely taxing on the body.  In particular, the throwing shoulder and elbow are susceptible to injury.  A pitcher with even a minor ache, pain or injury is a […]

 

Chiropractic Pediatrics: We Treat Even The Smallest or Youngest

On June 1, 2013, in Dr. Marie Tholl, Family medicine, Pediatrics, by Dr. Dino Pappas

Chiropractic Pediatric Treatment Babies incur their first trauma during the birth process.  Both normal delivery and C-section delivery impart trauma to the child.  The joints of the spine and extremities are particularly vulnerable. Even mild trauma has consequences.  Mild trauma can evoke reflexes in the child that can lead to vague symptoms, illnesses and problems […]

5 Nutrition Tips for the Endurance Athlete

On May 28, 2013, in Endurance Athletes, Sports Medicine, by Dr. Dino Pappas

We get great questions routinely from endurance athletes regarding nutritional strategies to improve performance.  We can’t possibly give away all the tips necessary, nor explain the scientific rationale behind them for improved performance in a simple blog, but we can give away several here. *** Note: Please don’t confuse these tips as specific medical or nutritional […]

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