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Suspected trigeminal nerve neuropathy causing persistent idiopathic facial pain: a report of four cases

September 06, 2019

Persistent idiopathic facial pain is often a disabling condition for patients. Due to a lack of agreed upon diagnostic criteria and varied symptomatology, the diagnosis of persistent idiopathic facial pain is elusive and remains one of exclusion. It is typically described as a unilateral, deep, poorly localized pain in the territory of the trigeminal nerve,

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An approach to interprofessional management of complex patients: a case report

September 06, 2019

Introduction: Complex patients are frequently high-users of health care resources. Case management has been demonstrated to be an effective and efficient approach for this demographic. Case Presentation: A 36-year old, medically complex male patient was referred to an interprofessional primary care team to optimize health status. Team involvement included a case manager, nurse practitioner, pharmacist,

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Taping protocol for two presentations of pregnancy-related back pain: a case series

September 06, 2019

Background: Back pain is common during pregnancy and can have an adverse impact on the quality of life for some, yet treatment options for this population are limited. We document a chiropractic treatment that involves using kinesiology tape (tape) to help alleviate pregnancy-related back pain in two patients. Case Presentation and Management: Two pregnant women

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Multimodal non-surgical intervention for individuals with knee osteoarthritis: a retrospective case series

September 06, 2019

Introduction: The purpose of this study is to review the pain and functional outcomes of a multimodal intervention in three patients with knee osteoarthritis (OA). This study explores how manual therapy can be delivered within an evidence-based framework for the management of knee OA. Methods: Medical records were reviewed for three patients with knee OA

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Chiropractic integration within a community health centre: a cost description and partial analysis of cost-utility from the perspective of the institution

September 06, 2019

Objective: To evaluate costs and consequences of a new back pain service provided by chiropractors integrated into a Community Health Centre in Cambridge, Ontario. The study sample included 95 consecutive patients presenting between January 2014 to January 2016 with a mixture of sub-acute and chronic back pain. Methods: A secondary cost-utility analysis was performed and

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