pediatric Headache

Mild Traumatic Brain Injury and the Pediatric Patient

Article Review OBJECTIVE Mild traumatic brain injury (mTBI) affects >1 million pediatric patients annually. There are no guidelines available to guide a clinician in the treatment of post-traumatic headache (PTH) in the pediatric patient. This study investigated treatment and outcomes in pediatric patients with post-traumatic headache. METHODS Medical records of all patients (age 13-18 yrs.) […]

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cervical spine

Manipulation Effective for the Treatment of Cervical Radiculopathy

Cervical radiculopathy is a condition the can cause pain or numbness in a person’s upper extremity.  It is often the result of a pinched nerve in the neck.  A study published in the February issue of the journal Clinical Rehabilitation (1) found moderate level evidence to support the immediate effectiveness of cervical spine manipulation in patients with degenerative […]

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Significance of neurovascular contact in classical trigeminal neuralgia

Neurovascular contact is considered a frequent cause of classical trigeminal neuralgia and microvascular decompression with transposition of a blood vessel is preferred over other surgical options in medically refractory patients with classical trigeminal neuralgia. However, the prevalence of neurovascular contact has not been investigated in a representative cohort of patients with classical trigeminal neuralgia based […]

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deep brain activity

Daily Physical Activity Reduces Parkinson’s Disease Risk

Published in Neurology Physical Activity and the Risk for Parkinson’s Disease Brain: A Journal of Neurology Physical exercise has been associated with neuroprotective effects in the nigrostriatal dopaminergic system. To examine the impact of physical activity on Parkinson’s disease risk prospectively, we followed 43 368 individuals who provided extensive information on physical activity at baseline. We […]

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Neurological Examination

What is a Chiropractic Neurologist?

Like allopathic medicine, the field of chiropractic medicine has subspecialties of clinical practice.  The more common subspecialties include orthopedics, neurology, radiology, pediatrics, sports medicine, internal medicine, acupuncture, nutrition, and forensic sciences. A chiropractic physician board certified in neurology is called a chiropractic neurologist.  To become board certified, the chiropractor has attended at least 300 hours […]

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Motorized Cycling May Prime Brain for Relearning After Stroke

Motorized Cycling May Prime Brain for Relearning After Stroke American Heart Association (AHA) NASHVILLE, Tenn., Feb. 12, 2015 – Exercise on a motorized stationary bike appeared to give stroke patients an advantage in relearning everyday tasks and improved motor function of their arms, according to research presented at the American Stroke Association’s International Stroke Conference […]

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International College of Chiropractic Neurology

ICCN Created to Support Chiropractic Neurologists

A new neurology board has been created to provide support for chiropractors and researchers interested in advanced neurology studies.  The new group will be called the International College of Chiropractic Neurology and will be a home for the credentials of board certified neurologists. All board certified chiropractic neurologists are invited to participate regardless of designation. Hallmarks of […]

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Aerobic Exercises

Regular Exercise Fights Depression

Exercise may reduce depression in adults with arthritis and other rheumatic conditions, states a systematic review conducted by researchers at West Virginia University, Morgantown, and the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), Atlanta. Given the improvement in reducing depression with exercise along with the lack of adverse events, “it would appear plausible to suggest […]

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International College of Chiropractic Neurology Establishes Strategic Plan

The leadership of the International College of Chiropractic Neurology has established a strategic plan to guide the College. ICCN Mission Serving our profession to provide the highest quality musculoskeletal care. ICCN Vision Keeping the world in motion through the prevention and treatment of musculoskeletal conditions. Core Values: The following values reflect our guiding principles Excellence: Develop, encourage and […]

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