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Sacroiliac (SI) joint pain can cause many problems, including pain from the low back down through the lower buttocks and upper legs, and debilitation which affect patients' ability to work and/or perform activities of daily living.
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Part 1: The operational details of how we believe DCs can function in a primary care role... Read More
Part 2: The implementation of conservative primary and clinical methods to start to address wellness and... Read More
Part 3: The physical examination in light of the patient's history and expand on implementation of conservative primary care services that... Read More
By: By David C. Radford, DC, James F. Winterstein, DC, Robert C. Jones, DC, David R. Seaman, DC, and Daniel L. Richardson, DC
Utilization of Nurse Practitioners and Physician Assistants in Your Spine Practice: Health care reform has made the use of these professionals the focus of many spine practices.
By: Nicola Hawkinson, DNP, RN, RNFA
According to national surveys, PCPs are the leading source for spine referrals, followed by word-of-mouth... Read More
By: Patrick Vega, M.S.
If we can agree that achieving cultural authority is in the best interests of the chiropractic profession and the public we serve, then what steps can be taken to enhance cultural authority?
By: John M. Ventura, DC, Jay Triano, DC, PhD and Michael Hubka, DC
How We Educate Patients on Selecting a Spine Specialist