December Prevention of Injuries Month in South Africa and a time to focus on how we can go about safeguarding our health and wellbeing. Injuries to the neck and/or spine can lead to chronic pain, and the reality is yet so many of these injuries are easily preventable. Here’s what you need to know.
The Journal of Manipulative and Physiological Therapeutics (JMPT) is the most respected and widely read chiropractic science journal in the world, and it is the only chiropractic journal indexed in Medline.
Here at CASA, we are passionate about encouraging curious young minds to enter and explore the world of chiropractic care. Because of this, we are enthusiastic celebrators of International Student Day, held on the 17th of November each year.
Over the years, countless chiropractors and clinicians have taken note of the fact that many of their patients, particularly those over the age of 50, who are suffering from chronic lower back pain are also suffering from persistent hip pain. Is there a connection between the two? If so, what is it? We investigate below.
As we age, there is often a substantial reduction in both physical and cognitive functioning, which consequentially threatens one’s independence and quality of life. New research has uncovered a link between regular exercise and an improvement in cognitive performance amongst the elderly.
Sufferers of chronic musculoskeletal pain may have a new light at the end of the tunnel in the form of neural tissue management (NTM), according to new research. Recent studies have shown that enhanced long-term relief of the condition is possible when NTM forms a part of a patient’s treatment plan. Here’s everything you need to know.