If you move your fingers, feet or tongue, do you know which regions of your cerebellum are activated? This research showed this with functional MRI. With this information, we can understand why some therapies are better for different types of cerebellar rehabilitation. click here
Is There Hope For Treating Parkinson’s Disease? Parkinson’s is one of 20 diagnosed movement disorders. A recent study has shown that Elevated systolic blood pressure predicts worsening motor function among patients with Parkinson’s disease, according to research presented at the 68th Annual Meeting of the American Academy of Neurology. click here Parkinson’s disease impacts people […]
Researchers at University of California, San Diego School of Medicine report that higher levels of vitamin D, specifically serum 25-hydroxyvitamin D are associated with a correspondingly reduced risk of cancer. For more information CLICK HERE. Recommended blood serum levels of vitamin D have been a source of vigorous debate in recent years. In 2010, the […]
An isometric training approach was superior in terms of enhancing core stiffness. This is important since increased core stiffness enhances load bearing ability, arrests painful vertebral micromovements, and enhances ballistic distal limb movement. Read more about long-term isometric training on core/torso stiffness by clicking here.
Your February Health Tip From Dr. Mark B. Burdorf By now I’m sure you have heard of the tragic death of Katie May. I’m not sure whether x-rays were taken when she originally presented to the hospital ER or at the chiropractor’s office. What I do know is accidents happen and there is a risk […]
Low level laser therapy combined with exercise is more beneficial than exercise alone in the long term: a randomized trial for chronic low back pain, Read the research article here Low level laser therapy has been FDA approved for pain management in the United States since February 2002. Laser helps injured soft tissue to heal […]