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A biomechanical model was made using 20 full-spine x-rays to predict the degree of deformity caused by osteoporosis in elderly patients. The most osteopenic model produced gross deformities in the spine.

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Utilizing Chiropractic BioPhysics® protocol, chiropractors were able to successfully treat an adult patient’s spinal deformity, potentially helping to prevent osteoporosis and worsening of kyphosis with time.

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Using the x-rays of 194 people, some with no neck pain, some with acute neck pain, and some with chronic neck pain, researchers were able to identify an average measurement for cervical hypolordosis (abnormal flattening of the spine).

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After not receiving relief from previous chiropractic spinal manipulation therapy, a 31-year old patient with cervical hypolordosis was treated with Chiropractic BioPhysics® protocol. In 5 months, she reported a significant reduction in pain and headaches.

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A case study revealed an 80-100% improvement in symptoms of pain and spinal deformity after treating the patient with mirror image corrective exercises, spinal traction, and spinal manipulation.

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To aid in measuring the abnormal and normal curvature of the spine, researchers created a digital geometric representation of the spine using an average of measurements obtained from 80 full-spine x-rays.

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In research, it’s important to have geometric models of the spine to reference, compare, and contrast. To assist with a better understanding of the spine, researchers built a digital replica of the spine using mathematical modeling.

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A case study was completed on a 27-year-old who was experiencing back pain, neck pain, and poor posture. After six months of treatment using the standard Chiropractic BioPhysics® method, the patient experienced dramatic postural correction and significant pain relief.

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Researchers used 400 x-rays of the lateral cervical spine, from the average population to test a geometric model and see if the model could be used for predicting and understanding cervical lordosis measurements.

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A patient with chronic WADs (whiplash-associated disorders) and abnormal head protrusion, cervical kyphosis, and disk herniation experienced an improvement in symptoms and function after using CBP® rehabilitation protocols. Other traditional chiropractic and physical therapy procedures showed little or no lasting improvement.

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Using a compilation of measurements from a variety of participants, researchers determined that cervical lordosis between 31 and 40 degrees is normal, whereas lordosis under 20 degrees is twice as likely to cause pain.

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A patient suffering from chronic pain and syringomyelia (a fluid-filled cyst in the spinal cord) after a 9-foot fall finds relief after being treated with Chiropractic BioPhysics®-based techniques. The patient showed significant improvements in posture and pain.

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Is jaw pain affecting your everyday life? It is estimated that more than 10 million Americans suffer from temporomandibular joint (TMJ) issues such as jaw pain, difficulty chewing, headaches, neck pain, and more. TMJ disorders can cause chronic issues in the connecting point where the jaw meets the skull. Most people assume they should talk to a dentist about their TMJ pain. However, a CBP treatment plan may be the best solution for your TMJ dysfunction.

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Asthma is a serious disease causing wheezing, difficulty breathing, and coughing. Asthma in children is very prevalent in the general population with six million U.S. children under 17 being diagnosed with asthma. Chronic cough can indicate several underlying problems such as respiratory tract infections and sinusitis. Over a lifetime, both can cause permanent lung damage. Every year, 1 in 6 children with asthma-related symptoms visits the Emergency Department with about 1 in 20 children hospitalized.

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The spine is made up of an intricate arrangement of bones and discs, surrounded by ligaments and soft tissue, all of which work efficiently together to handle maximum load.

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Many everyday aches and pains can be attributed to poor posture. It negatively impacts the nervous system, creating stress on the body that leads to back and neck pain or gait dysfunction. Slouchy posture, or hyperkyphosis, can affect not only physical health, but emotional and mental health as well.

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Many people experience neck pain and dizziness. Cervicogenic dizziness is a disabling condition commonly associated with cervical dysfunction. A majority of patients with cervico­genic dizziness can improve with appropriate neck treatment.

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The association of neck pain and poor posture is the subject of many recent studies. Forward head posture (FHP) is one of today’s most common posture issues.

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Chronic lower back pain remains one of the most common problems in physical therapy. With a nearly 90% recurrence rate, it’s still one of society’s highest economic burdens.

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Chiropractors are continually looking for new ways to treat nerve damage and alleviate pain associated with disc herniation.

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Practitioners use the CBP® Spine Model to define normal values for your spinal alignment.

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The CBP® Spine Model uses ARA and RRA to determine healthy spine curvature values.

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The continual evolution of the CBP® Spine Model works to identify differences in neck pain and normal patients.

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If you have neck pain, it’s likely more than your posture causing the problem.

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Did you know that neck pain is a leading cause of disability worldwide? What’s more is that the shape and posture of your Cervical spine is directly related to your neck health and function. Taking care of or avoiding Cervical spine problems requires understanding, maintaining, and restoring healthy Cervical spine alignment.

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Did you know that certain headaches come from your neck?

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Did you know that dizziness can be the result of problems in your neck?

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The spinal cord and nerves in your neck have a major influence on the brain’s understanding of your body’s positioning and its ability to maintain a stable, upright posture.

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From front-to-back, your Cervical spine should be straight up and down.

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“If only the human body could handle trauma as well as biotechnology stocks do.”

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Chiropractic BioPhysics® (CBP®) involves conservative, non-surgical, corrective chiropractic spinal care. CBP® doctors properly take and analyze Cervical spine x-rays to identify Cervical spine alignment problems and determine the appropriate treatment.

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Healthy Cervical spine alignment and posture is essential for preventing, reducing, or eliminating disability due to neck pain. Your Cervical spine should have a curvature that curves towards your front for the purposes of shock absorption.

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Did you know that low back pain is the single leading cause of disability worldwide? What’s more is that the shape and posture of your lumbar spine is directly related to your low back health and function. Taking care of or avoiding lumbar spine problems requires understanding, maintaining, and restoring healthy lumbar spine alignment.

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From front-to-back, your lumbar spine should be straight up and down. This helps to provide strong structural support for the body. From the side, your lumbar spine should have a curvature that curves towards your front with more of a curve at the bottom of your low back and less of a curve at the top

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“If only the human body could handle trauma as well as biotechnology stocks do.” Major and minor traumas throughout a person’s life accumulate and contribute to spinal misalignments, deformities, and the ultimate health problems that result.

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Chiropractic BioPhysics® (CBP®) involves conservative, non-surgical, corrective chiropractic spinal care. CBP® doctors properly take and analyze lumbar spine x-rays to identify lumbar spine alignment problems and determine the appropriate treatment.

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