When it Comes to Healthcare, Don't Always Trust What's on the Label
January 16, 2020

Making Quality Continuing Ed More Accessible: A New Approach

Unless you’re gifted with unlimited means or a rich relative bank-rolling your life, price can be a leading factor that determines many of the decisions you make in […]
January 16, 2020

An Interview with Paul Hodges, PhD: One of the World’s Leading Experts in Low Back Pain

Paul Hodges is widely regarded as one of the world’s foremost experts on low back pain and motor control. As of the date of this publication, […]
January 16, 2020

FAKTR PNE: A Sneak Peek at our Newest Course Offering

Carpal Tunnel Syndrome. Quadrilateral Space Syndrome. Pronator Syndrome. These are the classics that you may be aware of, but peripheral nerve entrapments are the root causes of […]
September 5, 2019

Hypermobility – Can You Identify It?

It’s encouraging to see an uptick in the number of rehab professionals that are using some sort of system to classify patients in order to recommend the right treatment. Whether it’s MDT, SFMA, FMS or a variety of other systems, it is happening. That’s the good news; the bad news is that far too many practitioners still have no solid system of analysis.
September 5, 2019

Bridging the Gap: The Transition from Passive to Active Care

When working with athletic populations one of the primary challenges in clinical practice is transitioning patients from passive to active care. At times we seem to aim our focus in the wrong direction, choosing to rely solely on the reduction of pain rather than instead the restoration of function as our metric for success.
March 29, 2019

When it Comes to Healthcare, Don’t Always Trust What’s on the Label

The majority of the general public tends to believe what they're told and take labels at face-value. If something says "all natural" or "healthy," people tend to believe it--someone will buy these gas station vitamins based purely upon what the label say is true. But what happens when healthcare practitioners label themselves as something they're not?
February 14, 2019

The Surgical Conundrum – To Cut or Not to Cut

This may come as a surprise to musculoskeletal clinicians out there, but many orthopedic surgeries aren’t all that it is sliced up to be. To some merely uttering these words is an act of heresy, deserving swift and severe punishment on the altar that medicine has built. To others, this comes as a confirmation of something they already observed. Too many surgeries have little or no evidence to support them.
February 14, 2019

What Exactly are you Waiting For?

Two of the biggest challenges a small business owner has—and I’m talking about pretty much all of the ones I’ve ever talked to—are prioritization and procrastination. Right off, you’re saying, “Nah, not me. I have my priorities straight.” But hold on just a second. In real life, a lack of prioritization and procrastination looks a little like this: as a small business owner (and in your case, also a practitioner, most likely), you’re pulled in a million different directions.
October 23, 2018

Babying Your Back May Delay Healing

With so much misinformation and “fake news” floating around today, it’s refreshing to see some of our healthcare powerhouses embracing common-sense about quality patient-centered treatment. And furthermore, writing about it so the public has better information to make decisions. Besides, if it comes from Harvard, it must be true. Right?
October 4, 2018

The Chiropractic “Achilles Heel:” A Failure to Communicate

In the old movie, Cool Hand Luke, the Captain said to Luke, “What we’ve got here is failure to communicate.” This has been a major problem with the chiropractic profession since our inception. So many people who’ve never been to a chiropractor have simply no idea what it is that we do and why we do it. In fact, the rest of what I like to refer to as the “Health Care Universe”, which includes other health care providers and payers, has very little understanding of what we do or why we do it. Why not?
September 25, 2018

Are you Overlooking the Role of Fitness in Your Rehab Program?

In the world of rehabilitation, there seems to be a misunderstanding as to the importance of
September 20, 2018

Fascia As a Living Matrix

This guest blog post is written by Brian Abelson, DC. You can obtain amazing results by integrating “Specific customized” fascial release procedures into any of your current […]
May 3, 2018

QS Syndrome or Rotator Cuff Tear? Use These Test Clusters

This quick review is a continuation of the previous blog about quadrilateral space syndrome; the great mimicker of rotator cuff and other shoulder pathologies. Here’s a […]
May 3, 2018

Quadrilateral Space Syndrome: A Sneaky Duck

You’ve heard the old cliché.  “If it walks like a duck, talks like a duck–it’s a duck.” Is it always a duck?  Or an amazing imitator?  […]
April 19, 2018

Victims and Villains

Guest Post from Dr. Todd Riddle, Director of Education — It’s literally a tale as old as time. Stories that are fraught with pain, terror and […]
April 19, 2018

Sciatica or Superficial Nerves?

Entrapment or inflammation of the cluneal nerves is a fascinating topic with tons of clinical nuggets for the astute practitioner. Many clinicians overlook the possibility that hypersensitization […]
March 30, 2018

Shockwave Therapy: New Research Indicates ESWT is Effective Treatment for Musculoskeletal Conditions

Long ago shockwave therapy was thought to be only effective for disintegrating urinary stones.  This cutting-edge technology has been used for over four decades by the medical community, but […]
March 29, 2018
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Understanding Low Back Pain: A Three Part Series from the Lancet

Almost everyone will have low back pain at some point in their lives. It can affect anyone at any age, and it is increasing—disability due to […]
March 16, 2018

New Study Supports the Dramatic Positive Effects of Fasting

Ketogenic Diet, Intermittent Fasting, Cleanse Protocols and Full Body Detox…sounds like trendy words for some of the most popular recent weight loss trends.  But are there more […]
March 15, 2018

Are We Creating New Myths as we Dismantle Old Ones?

Guest Blog from Ryan Kendrick (Dynamic Tape) — We were taught in our first year of university (nearly 30 years ago) that you say ‘a person with […]
March 14, 2018

What is FTCA? First, Let’s Start with Why…

Guest Post from Bobby Maybee, DC (Forward Chiropractic Alliance) — The first annual convention of the Forward Thinking Chiropractic Alliance is taking place at Cleveland University […]
February 14, 2018

You Are What You Eat: How Food Affects Your Brain

February 14, 2018 — They say “you are what you eat” but what does that really mean?  Patterns of poor nutrition have been widely studied to […]
February 14, 2018

Does Human Skeletal Muscle Possess Epigenetic Muscle Memory?

February 14, 2018 — The Mirriam-Webster Dictionary defines Muscle Memory as “the ability to reproduce a particular movement without conscious thought, acquired as a result of frequent […]
February 14, 2018

From the WFC: Recommended Reading List for Chiropractic

February 14, 2018 — The World Federation of Chiropractic has widely been known as the international representative of Chiropractic, with associations in over 92 countries to represent […]
February 14, 2018

Share the Love this Valentine’s Day

February 14, 2018 — Everyone loves a holiday–an excuse to celebrate each other and slow down a bit to show gratitude for the people in our lives. […]
February 1, 2018

Hip Pain in Athletes May be an Indicator of Nerve Entrapment in the Hip Region

Int J Sports Phys Ther. 2017 Dec; 12(7): 1163–1173 In the December edition of the International Journal for Sports Physical Therapy, a group of physicians, PhD […]
February 1, 2018

What Does it Take to Make it to the Dance? One Olympic Hopeful’s Story

February 1, 2018 — Anthony Watson is soon to become the first EVER Skeleton Athlete to represent Jamaica in the Olympic Games. He is an incredible […]
January 19, 2018

Apply to Host a Course

Host a Hands-On Training Course at Your Facility Course Format/Agenda for FAKTR 2-day Course 8:30AM – 5:30PM Saturday 8:30AM – 12:30PM Sunday *Weekday options are available for […]
January 19, 2018

Are Millenials the Saviors of the Chiropractic Profession?

(JCCA. 2017;61(3):212-217) The Millenial Generation is categorized as those individuals born between 1981 and 2000, a very large swath of today’s current and future job market. […]
January 16, 2018

Director of Education Todd Riddle Selected as Sports Medicine Staff for Historic Olympic Team

HOUSTON, TX (January 16, 2018) – Director of Education for Southeast Sports Seminars and FAKTR, Dr. Todd Riddle, has been selected as a member of the […]
January 10, 2018

Affecting Change from Within – A New Day for Chiropractic

Kansas City, KS (January 10, 2018) – The Forward Thinking Chiropractic Alliance (FTCA) announces the FORWARD KC Conference. The first ever gathering of progressive chiropractors designed […]
January 4, 2018

Can Scapular Dyskinesis Predict Future Shoulder Pain?

It’s highly likely you’ve encountered shoulder pain and injury as a common complaint in your office.  Often times when patients realize there is a problem, it should have […]
December 21, 2017

The Eyes: An Often Overlooked Component of Athletic Performance

They say that the eyes are the “window to the soul,” but are they also the key to improving athletic performance?  When it comes to eyesight […]
November 29, 2017

What you Say Matters – How Your Words Can Affect Your Patient Outcomes

“Sticks and stones may break my bones but words will never hurt me.” Or can they? New research suggests that the way that you educate your […]
October 30, 2017
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Early vs. Delayed Rehabilitation After Acute Injury

It’s no secret that rest, under most circumstances, is just about the worst thing you can recommend for a patient with a musculoskeletal injury.  Although it […]
October 26, 2017

Stop the R.I.C.E – A Recommendation from the Guy that Started it All

The effectiveness of the R.I.C.E. protocol for post-injury recovery has been debated in recent years as more research has come to the forefront questioning this approach. […]
September 18, 2017

The New ACA…A Step Forward for Evidence-Based Care

For many Sports Chiropractic practitioners, last week’s announcement by the ACA was a HUGE step forward in the right direction.  For years, the in-fighting within the profession […]
August 30, 2017

The New Science of Concussion: An Invisible Disability

Guest Post Submitted by Dr. Jeremy Schmoe, Minnesota Functional Neurology You can evaluate eye movements, and the eye muscles and vision can look fine, but when […]
August 11, 2017

Why Treating the “Why” is as Important as Treating the “What”

Insurance companies think that once an injured “whatever” has healed, there is no future need for care. However, great clinicians use their ability to recognize the […]
December 28, 2016

About Dynamic Tape

About Dynamic Tape The Biomechanical approach afforded by Dynamic Tape has been quickly adopted in Australia, the UK, South America and now in the USA due to […]

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March 29, 2019

When it Comes to Healthcare, Don’t Always Trust What’s on the Label

The majority of the general public tends to believe what they're told and take labels at face-value. If something says "all natural" or "healthy," people tend to believe it--someone will buy these gas station vitamins based purely upon what the label say is true. But what happens when healthcare practitioners label themselves as something they're not?
September 25, 2018

Are you Overlooking the Role of Fitness in Your Rehab Program?

In the world of rehabilitation, there seems to be a misunderstanding as to the importance of