New Approach to Thoracolumbar Fascia Pain
In day-to-day practice, the thoracolumbar (T/L) fascia is considered an important part of the exam in relation to a possible source of low back and shoulder pain.
Discover the Benefits of Online Practice Building
A reported 5.6 million college students (including those from colleges
like MIT and Stanford) are now earning their degrees via online classes.
It is estimated that 30 percent of all high school and college level
students are currently learning online.
The Power of Positioning
During the evening, I like to relax while either reading a book or
watching television. One of my shows, NCIS, has the main character
always drinking coffee. Everyone knows it is a Venti from Starbucks
because of its distinctive color and style.
Personal Insurance: Necessary Evil or Waste of Money?
Insurance coverage may be construed as a necessary evil, especially when
the least unexpected challenges occur. For example, most states require
some form of mandatory insurance, i.e., automobile coverage with
required minimum levels of coverage.
How to Bring Sleep Science into Your Practice
As healthcare professionals, we realize the importance of sleep and can
see in the literature that sleep science is growing and gaining
tremendous well-deserved attention in its importance to our health and
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