Ive been in and out of physical therapy for a year and its helped a little, but Im not where I want to be. So, three weeks ago, when Jansens wife told him about Elite Wellness, a new chiropractic center opening in Plaza Del Lago, that was offering free consultations, Jansen decided to give it a try. I felt some immediate relief, Jansen said of his first visit to Elite Wellness. The machine stretched out the right parts of my back, and his manipulating me and using the activator, as well as needless acupuncture helped. The owner of Elite Wellness: Dr. Ben Duke, a seasoned chiropractor who described his practice as a healing program in a tranquil environment thats predicated on fast results. Everyone has some type of stress, and that accumulates and can cause many physical symptoms, said Duke, who sold his seven-year practice in Mokena, Illinois and moved to Wilmette to start a family with his fiance, Jacqueline Cesaroni. Bad posture or stress on the body can cause nerve interference, and getting proper motion to the body can remove the interference so the body can heal itself. Duke grew up playing baseball, and first discovered an interested in becoming a chiropractor when he was injured in high school and went to see a chiropractor who he claimed saved him from having to have surgery. After graduating from Eastern Illinois University with a double major in biology and chemistry, Duke played minor league baseball for a year, and then headed to medical school. Shortly into the year, he had a change of heart when it came to his career choice. I started doing observatory hours in hospitals for medical school and I realized I wanted to be on the proactive side of health care, said Duke. Three and a half years later, Duke graduated from Palmer Chiropractic College.
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Chiropractor Breaks Baby’s Neck, Allowed To Keep Practicing
ATTLEBORO, MA, October 10, 2013 /24-7PressRelease/ — Most people will experience a headache at one time or another, but for millions of people headaches are more than just an occasional annoyance. For the 10 percent of Americans that have migraines-a type of headache that produces a sever, throbbing pain on one or both sides of the head and is often accompanied by nausea, dizziness, sensitivity to light and sound, and visual disturbances-they can be disruptive and debilitating. At Miller Chiropractic Health Center, Dr. Jason Miller offers patients in Attleboro headache pain relief. Current research suggests that patients who suffer from frequent, recurring headaches can benefit from long-term chiropractic care rather than drug therapy alone. For tension headaches in Attleboro that originate in the neck, spinal manipulation has been shown to provide relief fro patients. “Most people get headaches now and then, while some get them more than others. Visiting my office for headache relief is a safe and effective way to treat headaches without medication. I encourage all of my patients to visit my office for further consultation and treatment planning so that headaches visit their website don’t continue to run their daily schedule,” said Dr. Jason Miller, an Attleboro, MA chiropractor at Miller Chiropractic Health Center. If stress becomes constant in a person’s life, that muscle tension seems to become just another habit.
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Chiropractor convicted of exploiting the elderly
The disciplinary action against Eli Guterman was announced by the state Board of Regents . The state charged Guterman with professional misconduct after he was convicted of six counts of forcible touching, a misdemeanor. The incidents occurred between 2010 and 2012 at Guterman’s business, Back N Touch at 6800 E. Genesee St., Fayetteville. In an application to surrender his license, Guterman admitted guilt to the professional misconduct charge. The board said Guterman will be sentenced to six years probation on the criminal charges. The board also announced disciplinary actions against three Central New York nurses. Lisa Merz, a registered nurse of Pulaski, agreed to turn in her nursing license after being accused of stealing prescription painkillers while working at Upstate University Hospital in Syracuse. She admitted guilt to the charge in an application submitted to the board. Merz stole the drugs from an Upstate patient between July and August of 2010 and created false entries in hospital records to conceal her theft, according to the board.
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My debut at twerking gets me to the chiropractor’s couch
It happened last year when the chiropractor, whose name as not released, treated a 4-month-old baby girl for torticollis, or what’s described as an abnormal neck position. During the adjustment, the doctor accidentally fractured one of the baby’s vertebrae. “Another few millimeters and there would have been a devastating spinal cord injury and the baby would have either died or had severe neurological impairment with quadriplegia,” Dr. Chris Pappas, who later treated the girl and aided in her recovery, told the Herald. Editor’s Note: ObamaCare Is About to Strike. Are You Prepared? Pappas filed a complaint with the Australian Health Practitioner Regulation Agency, which later referred the case to the Chiropractic Board. He then received a letter about three weeks ago informing him that the case had been closed and the chiropractor in question had agreed to complete further education. Pappas said the Board’s decision in essence gives the OK to chiropractors to practice on infants and small children, something that he thinks is unsafe. “I think they have put the chiropractor’s interests before the interests of the public,” he told the Herald. “[Treating infants] is inappropriate and it carries a very small but real risk of causing damage, and in some cases, devastating damage.” However, Laurie Tassell, president of the Chiropractors’ Association of Australia, argues that it is safe to practice on a person of any age. “Chiropractic care can be remarkably gentle,” Tassell said. “Being a five-year, university-trained spinal health expert, a chiropractor will modify their adjustment techniques to suit the age and spine of each individual child.” A 2007 study published in the journal Pediatrics found that performing spinal manipulations on children could lead to adverse side effects, like brain hemorrhaging and paraplegia, the Herald reported.
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MDT Updated: Tuesday, Oct. 8 2013 4:42 p.m. MDT A Utah chiropractor has been convicted of exploitation of a vulnerable adult. Shutterstock A Utah chiropractor has been convicted of exploitation of a vulnerable adult. WEST JORDAN A Utah chiropractor has been convicted of exploiting the elderly. Brandon Lee Babcock, 38, was convicted by a jury following a five-day trial on six counts of exploitation of a vulnerable adult, all third-degree felonies. He was found not guilty of four other counts. Babcock, a chiropractor from Cedar Hills, claimed he was able to cure diabetes and other health issues, according to prosecutors. He advertised that potential patients would be given a free consultation with a chance to “opt-out” within 30 days of beginning.
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DeWitt chiropractor convicted of inappropriately touching female clients turns in his state license
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