23 Apr April 23, 2012

How Many People Did the AMA Kill?

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  By Steve Shirley DC. In 1963 the American Medical Association hired Robert Throckmorton as its general counsel. Throckmorton was the author of a plan by the Iowa Medical Society with the overt goal of destroying the chiropractic profession. The Iowa Plan, as revealed in later court documents, contained a section entitled “What medicine should […]

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09 Apr April 09, 2012

Exercise After Pregnancy

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Dr. Sadie Altringer Chiropractic Physician Exercising after you have a baby is one of the best things you can do for yourself.  It may seem like the last thing you want to do, but just think of the many benefits it can give you: –          increased energy –          helps prevent post partum depression –          improves […]

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29 Feb February 29, 2012

Chiropractic Education

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Just what does it take to become a Chiropractor?  I get asked often how long I went to school and just where those chiropractic schools  are  – as you don’t see those programs at any of the state universities. To qualify for one of the 18 chiropractic colleges you have to finish at least an […]

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28 Dec December 28, 2011

Food Guidelines and Optimal Eating

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Excerpt from Biotics Northwest Research, Inc. Newsletter.  Wanted to share this with everyone.     What is Green-Gene Nutrition? It is an evidence-based approach to food, nutrition, diet, and eating, based on foods that contain the optimal and natural balance of nutrients that can restore our genes’ youthful responsiveness and flexibility, and in turn, lead […]

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29 Nov November 29, 2011

Lasting Results at Lower Costs!

As health care costs continue to rise, patients want cost affective solutions that aren’t just temporary fixes.  If you are tired of paying for expensive drugs and procedures then read on to learn how your Spokane Valley chiropractors are getting long term results for significantly less then traditional medicine.  One study found that workers returning […]

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09 Nov November 09, 2011

How Healthy Is Our Food?

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It shouldn’t be a surprise that  more people are turning to locally grown, organic foods as chemical farming has now become the norm.  It has been reported that over 200 different pesticides are currently in use. The CDC (Center for Disease Control and Prevention) found detectible traces of pesticides in 95% of more than 5ooo […]

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18 Oct October 18, 2011

Eggs – Back on the Menu!

Eggs have gotten a bad rap in the past, as eating anything with dietary cholesterol was seen as a sin.  Is cholesterol really the villain they it appears to be? Anything taken to excess may have negative effects but the latest research suggests we may have been too harsh! Everyone should read this article to […]

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By Sadie Altringer   Vitamin D is one of the most crucial vitamins for our bodies.  It helps to control levels of phosphate and calcium in the body.  If we become deficient in these minerals, the body starts extracting the minerals from the bones, thus leading to softening or weakening of the bones.  At least […]

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25 Aug August 25, 2011

IT Band Syndrome

The Illiotibial Band runs down the lateral thigh from the hip to the knee and can cause all kinds of problems when it is not functioning properly.  It is most commonly seen in runners and bicyclists.  It is the second most common cause of knee pain! The doctors at Spinal & Sports Care Clinic have […]

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21 Jul July 21, 2011

How Safe is Medicine?

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By Jack Choate DC   One of cornerstones of healthcare in the United States is the use of pharmaceuticals.  In 2009, over 3.6 billion prescription drugs were filled in the United States generating sales topping $300 billion. In a 2006 report from the Institute of Medicine (IOM), it is estimated that 1.5 million Americans are […]

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