Chiropractic Pain Research

Responding to SciBabe’s Article on the Chiropractic Profession

Yvette d’Entremont, also known as the SciBabe, recently wrote an article called “Chiropractors are Bullshit” and discussed her views on the chiropractic profession on The Joe Rogan Experience. The article and podcast with Yvette were laced with inaccurate information and a clear confirmation bias against the chiropractic profession. Below are some of the inaccurate statements …

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Exercise Pain

Exercise and Pain – Is It All About Strength?

  The strengthening component of exercise is usually the focus when including them into a rehabilitation program. However, exercise also has a pain relieving aspect known as exercise-induced hypoalgesia. This article will discuss the research on which exercises have been shown to stimulate exercise-induced hypoalgesia and the potential mechanisms that are involved. Which exercises produce …

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Seminar Review

Clinical Neurodynamics Course Review

The Clinical Neurodynamics course taught by Michael Shacklock explores the relationship between abnormal mechanics of the nervous system and pain syndromes. The course covered the theory of neurodynamics, assessment of the nervous system through neurodynamic testing, and treatment strategies to reduce the sensitivity of the nervous system. This is a review for the Lower Quarter …

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