Category Archives: Knee

The Relationship of the Hip, the Low Back, and Knee

The hip is a very unique joint. The depth of the socket, the strength of the muscles and ligaments surrounding it, and the way it functions in weight bearing activities is unlike any other joint in the body. The focus … Continue reading

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Chiropractic and Obesity

Chiropractic methods are traditionally sought after for pain relief for neuromusculoskeletal conditions or from pain arising from the nervous and musculoskeletal systems. But in the tradition of chiropractic, the WHOLE PERSON is cared for, not just a select region of … Continue reading

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Acetaminophen

In fact, improper use, coupled with the drug’s narrow safety margin, means “a large fraction of users [are] close to a toxic dose in the ordinary course of use,” according to the Food and Drug Administration. Continue reading

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Glucosamine Sulfate Research – Double Blind Study

Glucosamine Sulfate Use and Delay of Progression of Knee Osteoarthritis A 3-Year, Randomized, Placebo-Controlled, Double-blind Study Karel Pavelká, MD, PhD; Jindriska Gatterová, MD; Marta Olejarová, MD; Stanislav Machacek, MD; Giampaolo Giacovelli, PhD; Lucio C. Rovati, MD  Arch Intern Med. 2002;162:2113-2123. Background  Conventional symptomatic treatments for osteoarthritis do not … Continue reading

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