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Atypical presentation of axillary web syndrome (AWS) in a male squash player: a case report

Axillary Web Syndrome (AWS), also known as lymphatic cording, refers to a condition in which a rope-like soft-tissue density develops in the axilla. It usually appears in the 5 to 8 week period following breast cancer surgery and can lead to shoulder pain and restricted motion.We present a case of AWS in a male squash

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Concussion assessment and management knowledge among chiropractic fourth year interns and residents

Objectives: To investigate the degree of knowledge chiropractic fourth year interns and post-graduate chiropractic residents have in regard to concussion diagnosis and management. Methods: A survey modified from a study conducted by Boggild and Tator (2012), was administered to fourth year chiropractic interns and post-graduate residents via SurveyMonkey.com. Results: Chiropractic fourth year interns and postgraduate

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Straighten Up and move this year for World Spine Day!

We spend a lot of time in the same position: sitting. Whether working at your desk, driving in your car, eating at the table or simply watching TV, sitting in the same position for long periods of time may increase your risk of lower back pain and other musculoskeletal (MSK) conditions. The key to avoiding this is to

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5 ways exercise can help your chiropractic treatment

When you visit your chiropractor, do you ever think of the full array of skills and knowledge your chiropractor can offer? Chiropractors are extensively trained in the assessment, diagnosis, prevention, and management of MSK conditions. To help relieve pain and dysfunction, joint manipulation is only one of many tools chiropractors are trained to perform effectively

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Multiple seizure-induced thoracic vertebral compression fractures: a case report

Background: Musculoskeletal injuries stemming from forceful muscular contractions during seizures have been documented in the literature. Reports of multiple seizureinduced spinal fractures, in the absence of external trauma and without risk factors for fracture, are rare. Case Presentation: A 28-year-old male, newly diagnosed with epilepsy, presented to a chiropractic clinic with the complaint of mid-thoracic

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