Dr Wolf demonstrates the use of a mesenteric lift to improve symptoms of constipation in patients with cystic fibrosis.
Dr Keys demonstrates the use of unilateral temporomandibular joint dysfunction muscle energy to improve symptoms of temporomandipular disorders.
Dr Pearce demonstrates the use of muscle energy to relieve headache pain.
Dr Hendriksz demonstrates the use of OMT to help treat a child with pertussis.
Dr Nuno demonstrates lymphatic techniques to improve lymphatic flow and immune function.
The pelvic girdle technique can improve pain and visceral complaints in the abdominopelvic region.
To improve respiratory function in patients, Dr Pierce-Talsma demonstrates balanced ligamentous tension.
R. Mitchell Hiserote, DO, demonstrates doming the diaphragm to improve respiratory dysfunction.
Thoracic and pedal pump techiques can increase lymphatic flow, boost antibody response, and more.
Jordan Keys, DO, demonstrates the venous sinus drainage technique to manage concussion symptoms (eg, headaches, dizziness, sleep disturbances).
Sacral rocking can optimize biomechanical efficiency of the pelvis.
Suboccipital decompression and rib raising may reduce the physiologic effects of stress.
In patients with colon cancer, OMT after bowel resection can reduce musculoskeletal symptoms, complications, and pain.
Thoracic inlet myofascial release and sacral wobble can increase mobility in patients with multiple sclerosis.
Condylar decompression can address colic, reflux, feeding dysfunction, and more in infants.
Caution should be taken before giving antipsychotics to older adults with dementia.
The One Health strategy seeks to monitor the relationships between the health of humans, animals, and the environment through interdisciplinary collaboration and communication.
Lifestyle intervention programs could result in reduced beneficiary health claims and increased productivity in the workplace.
Interprofessional education prepares medical students to address social determinants of health and provide whole-patient care.
Seven predictors of sunburn, a major modifiable risk factor for skin cancer, were identified in a Florida-based study.
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