Here's Dr. Dave on channel 3 speaking about our favorite machine for chronic pain, the MyACT. If you have an unresolved injury, then you may be interested in trying out this therapy for yourself. Call us at 602-230-9292 if you're interested in investigating your pain.
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Dr. Dave was on TV! In what we hope to be an ongoing series of releases here in Phoenix, Dr. Welch talks briefly on some ways to avoid creating a chronic inflammatory state.
http://graycook.com/?p=682 Another banger from Gray here. Easy read with some great concepts. Here's the link to the Rocky clip that doesn't work within the article... http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=rZA6mvMXxBQ
How Do MD's View Chiropractic? In the mid 1980's, a political event spurred a change regarding the medical community's outward disrespect of chiropractors when the AMA (American Medical Association) was sued for anti-trust violations and the chiropractors won! For the first time, the public, open anti-chiropractic slander that appeared on billboards, in magazine articles, and [...]
http://functionalmovement.com/articles/fitness/2011-12-12_balanced_body_series_-_dead_lifting Great article by Gray Cook describing the benefits of implementing the deadlift in exercise programs for all walks of life.
University of California San Francisco (UCSF) scientists report psychological stress leads to shorter telomeres - the protective caps on the ends of chromosomes that are a measure of cell age and thus, health. Their findings also suggest exercise may prevent this damage. They examined telomeres in leukocytes, or white blood cells, which defend the body [...]
An environment of pure oxygen at three-and-a-half times normal air pressure adds significantly to the effectiveness of artemisinin, a natural compound already shown to kill cancerous cells. In a new study, using artemisinin or high-pressure oxygen alone on a culture of human leukemia cells reduced the cancer cells' growth by 15%. Using them in combination [...]
This new study shows obesity involves more than accumulating excess fat and carrying excess weight. During the development of obesity, skeletal muscles fail to adjust their molecular composition appropriately to the increasing body weight. Consequently, the muscles of obese mammals are not properly 'tuned' to the higher body weight they carry. This may explain why [...]