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How to find an evidence based chiropractor

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What does it mean to be an evidence based Chiropractor? First of all, we need to shine some light on what evidence-based actually means. Most people equate evidence to research, and research only. This is a misconception. Evidence based medicine (EMB) is composed of three main components, the best available evidence, patient preferences and values, and clinical experience and expertise. …

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Case Study: Post-Concussion Headache, Neck Pain And Dizziness – Chiropractor In Holland

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In our recent blog post about concussion, we discussed how post-concussion syndrome could be successfully managed with specific Neuro-Structural Chiropractic Care. Now I would like to share one of my recent concussion cases. Case Study: Concussion Patient: 15 year-old girl Chief complaint: Constant headache, neck pain and dizziness after a concussion 2+ months ago Back Story: The high school athlete …

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Post-Concussion Syndrome: When Symptoms Persist – Chiropractor In Holland

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Most people who have sustained a concussion recover quickly and may never experience any residual symptoms. However, 10-25% of concussion cases become chronic (1), and the most common symptoms reported are headaches and dizziness (2). So if that’s you and you are not getting better, read on. First Things First, To Rest Or Not To Rest? For those who don’t …

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Case Study: Headaches – Chiropractor In Holland

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There are two ways to categorize headaches—primary and secondary. Secondary headaches are headaches with definitive causes, such as strokes or tumors. These causes tend to be more serious and potentially life threatening, and is not the focus of this discussion. Primary headaches, on the other hand, are a lot more elusive. The intensity of a primary headache may not be …