Chiropractor fills space on the trail
Nosrat Ghodousi, 59, was arrested Tuesday afternoon in the 9700 block of Pico Boulevard for felony sexual assault, according to police records. Ghodousi, an Encino resident, also operates an office in the 14500 block of Victory Boulevard in Van Nuys, where the alleged assault took place. There was a sexual assault that occurred while he was treating the patient, said Det. Maria Mendoza of the Los Angeles Police Departments Van Nuys Division. And we do think there may be more victims out there, so were hoping that if anyone knows anything, theyll come forward. Ghodousi has been charged with two felony counts in connection with the assault, Mendoza said. He posted $125,000 bail and was released just after midnight Wednesday. It is not known when he is due in court. Anyone with information is asked to call LAPDs Van Nuys detectives at 818-374-0040. Anonymous tips can be made by calling Crime Stoppers at 800-222-8477.
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Eric Winder) has leased 1,462 SF at 3131 S. Tamiami Trail from Wentzel Building Associates. Ken Hoskinson of Hembree & Associates represented the tenant and Linda Emory of Sperry Van Ness represented the landlord. Dr. Winder, who is expanding his practice to Sarasota from western Pennsylvania, is a nationally recognized leader in the gentle form of chiropractic known as Residual Strain Therapy (RST). Michael Braga Michael Braga is a business reporter for the Sarasota Herald-Tribune and Inside Real Estate. email or call (941) 361-4877. Last modified: February 4, 2014 All rights reserved. This copyrighted material may not be published without permissions. Links are encouraged. SIMILAR STORIES
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Chiropractor launches unique Infinity saddle
So, he designed his own, removing any areas that would contact the lower extremities of the pelvis. Marcels Infinity design stands in stark contrast to modern saddle design, where the sitbones are supported and, ideally, the soft tissue between is given relief. As to this fundamental difference between his design and that of the industry giants, Marcel is frank. I cant comment on all their theories and thousands of dollars they spent on technologies, Marcel said. All I know is that I and many other people who rode these saddles still had pain. After a while I got tired of the pain, and had to investigate exactly where I was feeling it with the tools I had available to me, he said. Even with a traditional cutout, at the end of the day, you still have pressure on the inside of the pubic bone. The Infinity saddle is 165mm/6.5in wide with a bowed shape. He took this to Cyclelogic in Scottsdale, Arizona, where digital pressure mapping showed that it did indeed reduce pressure at the sitbones, but also, Marcel claims, it reduced total pressure for the cyclist. In a quick test of the saddle, there is indeed a noticeable absence of pressure under the sitbones and no pressure on the soft tissue in between but we found the pressure transferred to the wide edges of the saddle, which didnt feel comfortable pedaling. Also, when rolling the hips forward into an aero position, most of our weight was shifted almost fully onto the soft tissues on the nose of the saddle. However, Marcel says this design is not aimed at the high-mileage enthusiast, but instead at the average person who would like to hop on a bike every now and then and not feel pain. The first product is the $70 Infinity Go, which weighs 190g. There is also a 170g carbon/nylon Infinity Elite in the works. You can follow BikeRadar on Twitter at twitter.com/bikeradar and on Facebook at facebook.com/BikeRadar .
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A chiropractor may use massage, mobilization, heat, cold, ultrasound, light (e.g., infrared), water, traction, decompression, taping, and rehabilitative exercises, in addition to low-velocity or high-velocity manipulations or adjustments of the spine. Chiropractic care is reimbursed by many private insurance companies as well as government health care programs, including Medicare and workers’ compensation. It is recognized by many established medical groups, including the World Health Organization and the National Institutes of Health. Most chiropractors are general practitioners, but they can also specialize in: Acupuncture A family of procedures that stimulate points on the body using a variety of techniques. The technique that is most commonly used and has been studied scientifically uses thin needles inserted into the skin that are manipulated by hand or with electricity. Diagnostic Imaging (Radiology) The interpretation of X-rays, CT scans, and MRIs (magnetic resonance imaging) to assess the condition and location of bones and tissue inside the body. General Practice This type of chiropractor is like an internal medicine, family practice, or pediatric physician who can oversee a patient’s overall health. Chiropractors refer patients for conditions they are unable to help. Neurology This specialty is concerned with the brain, spinal cord, and nerves. Nutrition All chiropractors are knowledgeable about nutrition and its effects on health, but this subspecialist has completed additional education and certification. Occupational Health This specialty focuses on the design, implementation, and evaluation of programs that maintain and enhance employee health, improve safety, and increase productivity.
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Green Chiropractic Reveals Exercises People with a History of Low Back Pain Should Avoid
Leg Presses – “I recommend against doing leg presses for the same reason that I recommend avoiding crunches,” says Dr. Green. Leg presses also cause the spine to bend in a rounding motion that can cause back pain when the discs press on the nerves in the spine. “Try doing squats in the proper form instead of leg presses,” recommends Dr. Green. Chiropractic is an evidence-based healing art for the non-surgical management of musculoskeletal complaints related to the spine and extremities. Low back pain may come on suddenly, but there is usually an imbalance that, when left unchecked, can lead to pain. Correcting these imbalances, and making diet and lifestyle modifications, are the core of holistic chiropractic treatment. To learn more about how short-term chiropractic treatment can speed recovery from sports and exercise-related injuries, visit GregGreenDC.com . Visit http://GregGreenDC.com for more information. Contact Info The Federal Reserve reports on consumer borrowing for December. The report will be released at 3 p.m.
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CAMBRIDGE CHIROPRACTOR TO FACE CHARGES FOR INSURANCE FRAUD
In November, the Commerce Department told the Legislature that it planned to make no-fault fraud cases a priority. The states no-fault laws require insurance companies to pay up to $20,000 for medical expenses to people injured in a car accident, regardless of whos at fault. Critics of the no-fault system say the laws are easily exploited bayview wellness center and spa because they are loosely written and poorly enforced. Supporters of the law say it is necessary to provide health care for the uninsured and to avoid costly litigation. Schornstein is not in custody and could not be reached for comment. In 2012, he told the Isanti County News that he denied the accusations, which were first described by the Minnesota Board of Chiropractic Examiners. There wasnt any fraud perpetrated or anything done that was illegal. As far as conduct, and their accusation against myself, Ive had enough dealing with employees trying to position themselves to gain from this, he told the newspaper. According to the complaint filed in Isanti County, Schornstein owned the North Metro Chiropractic Clinic in Cambridge and employed a massage therapist and another chiropractor. In December 2010, the massage therapist, identified in the complaint as S.E., her husband and two children were in a car accident. They went to Schornstein for treatment after the accident, but investigators say he provided some of that treatment after promising the state he would not work directly with patients. Schornstein had a history of disciplinary actions with the chiropractic board for abuse of prescribed pain medications and alcohol. In 2011, he was discharged from a state monitoring program after he relapsed, records show. The chiropractic board then suspended his license, but stayed the suspension if Schornstein refrained from treating patients. He could continue to operate his clinic. Bills submitted to Kemper Insurance noted that Schornstein had performed treatment, the complaint said. In 2012, the Board of Chiropractic Examiners revoked his license.
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