PHS is excited to announce the newest version of the iTrac® Spine Remodeling System. This innovative system is now available to licensed healthcare providers for prescription use only. It is intended as a conservative treatment alternative for patients presenting with cervicogenic pain symptoms of mechanical origin related to reduced cervical lordosis/extension and altered posture. iTrac® is the only computerized system currently available to equip doctors to deliver gentle, effective spine remodeling therapy and has U.S. Food and Drug Administration 510K clearance.
Is your practice in a rut? According to Perry Nickelston, DC, FMS, SFMA, of Dynamic Chiropractic, every practice can benefit from a "reboot" by refocusing on five basic fundamentals. By being open to new treatment techniques or equipment and being vigilant about re-assessing patients at each visit, chiropractors can enjoy not only improved practice growth, but more satisfied patients.
We all know how important nutrition is in our lives. Busy schedules seem to hamper our ability to prepare fresh and healthy meals. Good nutrition plays a big part of our well-being and is vital for a healthy metabolism and tissue and growth repair. Did you know that your nutrition determines the strength of your spine?
Chiropractic care is a form of alternative medicine, as chiropractors offer no drugs or surgical treatments.
Chiropractors promise to relieve the burden of a variety of ailments, including headaches, backaches, sports injuries and mental health problems, through physical manipulation of the spine of individuals who use their service. However, a visit to a chiropractor offers so much more!
Patients turn to us when they have musculoskeletal disorders—but unless we take care, we can be at risk for the same injuries that we’re treating. Lauriann Greene, CEAS; Richard W. Goggins, CPE, LMP; and Jennifer Hess, DC, MPH, PhD, explain how the right table, tools and postures can make a huge difference in preventing work-related injuries.