Meeting the Mark: Essential Requirements for Meaningful Testing of Lumbar Functions Part 1

The assessment of lumbar functions is critical in evaluating the health and performance of the lower back. Specific requirements must be met to ensure that testing is comprehensive and reliable. In this blog post, Chapter 4 of “Safe, Specific Testing and Rehabilitative Exercise for the Muscles,” Part 1 will explore the essential requirements for conducting meaningful testing of lumbar functions.

Car Accident Injuries – Whiplash by Dr. Louise Bullard

Being involved in a motor vehicle accident can be life changing. It can cause injuries that last a lifetime. Usually after being involved in a motor vehicle accident your symptoms do not appear for a few days due to adrenaline kicking in. Sometimes people try to brush the symptoms off and assume that they will go away.

Scoliosis by Jackie Manning, ARNP

Feeling a little topsy-turvy and curvy? What exactly is scoliosis? This condition is characterized by a sideways curvature of the spine that has an unknown cause and most often occurs during the growth spurt just before puberty, although it can occur at any age. Scoliosis affects 2-4 % of children, and the prevalence increases with age,