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Placebo as an ally

June 11, 2018
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Bialosky and Colleagues have conducted and published results from several studies focused on understanding the mechanisms of spinal manipulation and other manual therapies.(1-5) In a recent article, these authors discuss a pertinent issue: the “placebo mechanisms of manual therapy.”(6) The authors suggest that known placebo mechanisms should be considered an important part of the...
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How is the intervertebral disc affected by some treatments?

March 16, 2018
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Several treatments used by doctors of chiropractic and other health professionals are thought to generate beneficial physiological effects on intervertebral discs. Traction (or decompression) high-velocity low-amplitude (or thrust) spinal manipulation, and various forms of mobilization (or non-thrust manipulation) have been described as treatments that...
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What does management theory have to do with being a good doctor?

February 7, 2018
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A recent article authored by Sadati and colleagues entitled “From good to great physician: a critical ethnography based on patients’ views” describes patient perceptions of what great physicians are.1 This article is one of many reporting that the doctor-patient interaction is crucial in determining...
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Nutcracker syndrome

January 17, 2018
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Nutcracker syndrome is a condition characterized by compression of the left renal vein where it courses between the aorta and superior mesenteric artery. Anatomical variations in vascular structures and...
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Red Flag Challenges

November 10, 2017
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Clinical guidelines for spine care routinely recommend screening for red flags because they potentially indicate serious conditions often requiring prompt and specific management. Verhagen and colleagues reviewed 16 clinical...
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Connecting with patients, detaching from outcome

October 10, 2017
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In a recent study authored by Janisse and colleagues, physicians rated highest in patient satisfaction described how they think about role and relationship with patients . Each example offered...
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