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The Chiropractic BioPhysics Podcast with Drs. Deed Harrison, Joe Ferrantelli and Fred DiDomenico brings you the latest in relevant chiropractic, biomechanics and related research along with philosophy and practice management discussions relevant for the practicing chiropractor.

Chiropractic BioPhysics Podcast Chiropractic BioPhysics

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The Chiropractic BioPhysics Podcast with Drs. Deed Harrison, Joe Ferrantelli and Fred DiDomenico brings you the latest in relevant chiropractic, biomechanics and related research along with philosophy and practice management discussions relevant for the practicing chiropractor.

    • video
    Nonsurgical reduction of thoracic hyper kyphosis in a 24 year old teacher using CBP Technique

    Nonsurgical reduction of thoracic hyper kyphosis in a 24 year old teacher using CBP Technique

    In this video, the successful rehabilitation of a thoracic hyperkyphosis is presented in a female patient with chronic pain and impairment. If left untreated, hyperkyphosis can relate to a number of health related disorders including back pain, disability, mobility, falling, reduced lung volume, and other impairments. Chiropractic BioPhysics is a technique that incorporates specific mirror image (r) postural exercises, adjusting techniques, and traction techniques to improve spine alignment.
    http://www.journaljammr.com/index.php/JAMMR/article/view/10002
     

    • 17 min
    • video
    Death of the ALARA Radiation Protection Principle as Used in the Medical Sector

    Death of the ALARA Radiation Protection Principle as Used in the Medical Sector

    CBP publishes another paper in the prestigious Dose Response Journal on the misuse of ALARA and other dose limiting campaigns, aka Choosing Wisely): ALARA = As Low As Reasonably Achievable for x-ray dosages
    For the article in full, please visit: https://journals.sagepub.com/doi/full/10.1177/1559325820921641?fbclid=IwAR0u-tk6uo9c2PcW_RRJXh7FwKmi4ldG6IZpS5TWFKVbZnDjNtx1PcjIz0w#articleShareContainer

    • 1 hr 13 min
    • video
    Improving Posture to Reduce the Symptoms of Parkinson's: A CBP ® Case Report With a 21 Month Follow-Up

    Improving Posture to Reduce the Symptoms of Parkinson's: A CBP ® Case Report With a 21 Month Follow-Up

    Abstract

    [Purpose] To demonstrate the reduction of symptoms related to Parkinson's disease by improvement in posture. [Participant and Methods] A 59-year-old male patient presented with a prior diagnosis of Parkinson's. Symptoms included a resting right hand tremor, intermittent 'freezing episodes' with gait, mild ataxia with shuffling on toes and bradykinesia assisted with a cane, as well as low back pain and right knee pain. Radiography revealed gross postural and spine deformity. The patient received Chiropractic BioPhysics care including mirror image exercises, spinal traction, spinal adjustments as well as gait rehabilitation. [Results] After 38 treatments over 5 months, the patient had significant improvements in posture alignment as well as gait, balance, hand tremors, low back and knee pains and SF-36 values. A 21 month follow-up revealed the patient had remained essentially well and the initial postural improvements were maintained. [Conclusion] This case demonstrates improvement of various symptoms in a patient with Parkinson's disease. Since poor posture is a long known clinical manifestation of this disorder, it is proposed that the improvement of posture in these patients may lead to improved outcomes. X-ray use in the diagnosis and management in those with spine deformity is safe and not carcinogenic.

    Keywords: Adult spinal deformity; Parkinson’s disease; Posture rehabilitation.
    Full paper: https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC6382490/

    • 22 min
    • video
    Forward head posture negatively affects cervical sensorimotor control

    Forward head posture negatively affects cervical sensorimotor control

    Forward head posture negatively affects the autonomic nervous system. There is a strong correlation between the CVA and cervical sensorimotor outcomes. there is strong correlation between the CVA and skin sympathetic outcomes.CONCLUSION: We have identified that forward head posture is associated with abnormal autonomic nervous system function and disturbances of cervical sensorimotor control. This finding has important implications for the assessment and rehabilitation of these subjects.

    • 12 min
    • video
    The DENNEROLL Pillow is HERE!

    The DENNEROLL Pillow is HERE!

    The Denneroll pillow is a uniquely designed multi-functional pillow. It's flip-out feature allows maximum surface area for it to be turned and function as TWO SEPARATE PILLOWS allowing for both side lying support and supine-back sleeping posture positions. It's made from a unique hygienic closed cell memory foam with ribbed surface contours providing maximum comfort and cooling for a solid nights sleep. while preventing forward head posture, the patented Denneroll inserts support your neck and prevents our neck curve from flattening and reducing your airway. It increases your cervical lordosis and promotes a better airway for better breathing while you sleep. The combined increase cervical lordosis, and zero forward head posture reduces muscle tension, improves airway diameter and flow, and maximizes blood flow to the brain for the ultimate regenerative sleep. These patented pillow Denneroll inserts can be interchanged from soft to firm in order to meet your needs of benefits and comfort.
     
    Full Length High Quality Video on CBP Youtube Channel, here: https://youtu.be/azQMJeLfnvs

    • 18 min
    • video
    Cervical Denneroll Update!

    Cervical Denneroll Update!

    Dr. Deed Shares updated information on the Cervical Denneroll!  

    • 18 min

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17 Ratings

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Amazing health care information for chiropractors and their patients.

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