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Fall prevention and some tools to help

February 16, 2015
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Approximately 1/3 of people over age 65 fall at least once each year sometimes resulting in substantial injury and even death. If that wasn’t bad enough, fear of falling can lead to loss of confidence, self-restricted activity, and subsequent functional loss. Falling, of course, can be caused by multiple factors, some of which are...
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A Follow-Up on Publication Bias

February 16, 2015
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In my role as Human Protections Administrator at Palmer College of Chiropractic I am the first person to review a proposed project’s institutional review board (IRB) application. When we conduct clinical trials, we need to reveal to our patients the risks and benefits of...
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There’s an App for that!

February 6, 2015
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Actually, there are hundreds of apps available for many aspects of evidence-based clinical practice. I was sitting with a student recently and shared a couple of my favorites. I figured I would share them with you. One I like is called “PubMed for Handhelds.”...
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A few words about touch

February 3, 2015
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When I was a college student, I received a short neck examination by someone whose touch clearly communicated expertise and efficiency. The exam was so impressive, that I have...
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The EQUATOR Network

February 2, 2015
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I know that it can frustrate the savviest of readers when they confront a paper that may help them address a clinical problem with a patient, but the paper...
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Injury following chiropractic care

January 30, 2015
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Some patients are a bit afraid. Every chiropractor out there has had a new patient who has never been adjusted, express concern about potential injury from a manipulation. That...
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