Chiropractors see influx of aging baby boomer injuries
Recovery from transverse myelitis usually begins within 2 to 12 weeks of the onset of symptoms and may continue for up to 2 years (and in some cases longer). Source: National Institute of Neurological Disorders and Stroke Posted: Saturday, March 29, 2014 1:15 pm by Pat Beck Steven Moore used to be a physically active fitness trainer and chiropractor at Cornerstone Wellness Center in St. Peter. That abruptly changed two years ago when he temporarily became paralyzed, suffering from transverse myelitis, a condition in which his spine was wearing down. “For the first six months I was quadriplegic,” Moore said. “I had to transfer off of a chair to a big board because I couldnt stand up. Id slide over to get in and out of the shower.” But since then he’s made a dramatic recovery and got back to work a year ago, although he’s still not 100 percent. Moore went back to work in January of 2013. In the first four months, Moore said he’d fall sometimes while adjusting patients. But he could lift a head, hold a body, stand along side a table and adjust somebody. Now he said he can do 95 percent of the things that he was able to do before. “For most of my patients, no problems,” Moore said.
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A New Chiropractic Marketing Blog Article Reveals How Chiropractic is Being Revolutionized by ChiroTrust
This material may not be published, broadcast, rewritten or redistributed. We do see a fair amount of weekend warriors, Nathan Broghammer said. They come in to get some relief after working too hard on the weekend. Dr. NateBroghammer performs an adjustment on Mary Bortz of Robins, Iowa, at the Chiropractic Clinic of Iowa on Monday, March 24, 2014, in northeast Cedar Rapids, Iowa. (Jim Slosiarek/The Gazette-KCRG) They have repetitive type of injuries that occur with things like tennis and golf, said Broghammer, a chiropractor at Chiropractic Clinic of Iowa, 214 Blairs Ferry Road NE, Cedar Rapids. As the baby boomer population ages, chiropractors are finding themselves prescribing lighter exercise and correct form for many patients who are pushing themselves too far in the gym. While exercise is encouraged and recommended by both doctors and chiropractors, Broghammer, also an owner of a CrossFit gym, said the specific way one exercises, especially given a certain age, is extremely important as well. People let their ego come before their (weightlifting) form, which isnt the best thing to do. Someone who is 50-plus wants to get into the gym.
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Imola Ave. on Wednesday morning. J.L. Sousa/Register (1) More Photos An SUV crashed Wednesday morning into a chiropractor office building near the intersection of West Imola Avenue and Freeway Drive. No one was transported to the hospital. Dr. Timothy Yates was in his office when he heard the crash a little before 9 a.m. I felt a boom, said Yates, who took a photo of the gold Trail Blazer Chevrolet that came to rest against his front wall. Inside the office, the crash caused cracks in an interior wall and items on a shelf fell to the floor. The city building department was expected to come to inspect the damage. Yates said he would contact the landlord.
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SUV drives into chiropractor building on Imola Avenue
Danville, CA (PRWEB) April 01, 2014 A recent article is getting the attention of chiropractors worldwide. According to its author, it reveals the dirty laundry of the chiropractic profession often ignored by Chiropractic Colleges, Chiropractic Consultants, Marketing gurus, and many practicing and licensed chiropractors. The article, published by ChiroTrust founder Ben Altadonna, D.C. on his “Chiropractic Marketing Ideas” blog is entitled How Chiropractic Marketing Is Being Revolutionized By ChiroTrust . Here are some key points from the article: 1.Why Patient Education virtually always backfires. 2.The most common Chiropractic marketing strategies even the experts cant seem to make it work anymorelet alone the twitter 80-90% of D.C.s that still refuse at their peril to let it go. 3.Whats working now and is showing no signs of decline. 4.Which Chiropractors are being ignored by the general public and why. 5.What patients are now asking when they call a Chiropractor and what to say when they do. In this admittedly lengthy article, ChiroTrust explains how it is changing the way prospects and patients are viewing their Chiropractor and the Chiropractic profession.
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She’s got guns! Anna Heinrich shows off her muscles and reveals chiropractor boyfriend Tim Robards treats her to post-workout massages
The loved-up couple, who have been together for around six months after falling in love on Australia’s first season of The Bachelor Australia, posed for a selfie at the gym on Tuesday as they prepared to burn some calories. Hungry, Tim? The Bachelor Australia star Tim Robards playfully nibbles on girlfriend Anna Heinrich’s slender arm after the handsome chiropractor put the bubbly blonde through a grueling workout session at the weekend The bubbly blonde told her followers that she was still ‘sore and in need of a massage from @mrtimrobards’ after the fitness-loving Sydney-sider had put her through her paces at the gym a couple of days prior. In a playful shot posted to Tim’s account on Sunday, the 30-year-old revealed he’d made his criminal lawyer girlfriend complete a grueling round of squats. ‘Needing some protein after gym session… These guns are too hard to bite thru!’ he captioned a shot of himself pretending to bite Anna’s toned bicep, the pair both wearing simple tank tops that showed off the results of their hard work. ‘Running off last night’s feast’: the loved-up couple were back at the gym again on Tuesday, with Anna admitting that she could use a massage from her beau since she was still sore from their weekend session When a fan asked for more details about the exercise routine, Tim answered it had been ‘squat day’. He’s technically not a personal trainer, but the buff Bondi local is well-known for being a fitness freak. Tim previously revealed his workout regime is known as ‘The Robards Method’ among his friends and colleagues. The heartthrob even set up his chiropractor business at a Sydney gym, possibly to make the most of any spare time between clients.
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