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Thalamic Pain Syndrome (Central Post-Stroke Pain) in a patient presenting with right upper limb pain: a case report

In the elderly, pain of a widespread nature can often be debilitating. It is not uncommon to attribute this widespread pain to osteoarthritis within the spinal column structures and peripheral joints or to other musculoskeletal etiology. However, chiropractors should remain wary regarding pain experienced by the elderly, especially if pain is widespread and exhibits neuropathic

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Adolescent lumbar disc herniation in a Tae Kwon Do martial artist: a case report

Lumbar disc herniations are rare in children. The etiology and clinical picture may be different in children than in adults. Conservative management is the treatment of choice. Tae Kwon Do is a Korean martial art which is notorious for its high fast kicks. Tae Kwon Do will be an official Olympic sport in the year

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Paracondylar process: a rare cause of craniovertebral fusion: a case report

A 21-year-old female presented to a chiropractic clinic with chronic neck and headache pain. She had an osseous torticollis and abnormal range of neck motion on rotation to the left. Radiographic examination revealed a unilateral paracondylar process of the occiput fusing to the lateral transverse process of the atlas. A paracondylar process is classified as

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Detection of a radial head fracture by imaging methods versus clinical methods:a case report

Many people present in a clinical setting with severe pain after experiencing profound physical trauma from falls and collisions. It is in this population of patients that the possibility of fracture may be real and present. A chiropractor can utilize several available diagnostic instruments that can confirm or rule out fracture. Among these available tools

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