Dr. Brian K. Nathanson, chiropractic physician
I have received many requests for this article, so I am attempting to post this one again. Study: Weightlifting helps breast cancer survivors – Yahoo! News http://news.yahoo.com/s/ap/us_med_breast_cancer_weightlifting
This has become a sort of sub specialty of mine. People normally don’t think of chiropractic care when looking for cancer survivorship therapies. But think about this, a person survivors cancer, many times they have had surgery or other scarring procedures and then through the miracles of modern medicine, they are either “cured” or labeled Read More
I work with many breast cancer survivors, this article fits in with my thinking
Still had pizza last night, but water instead of a diet coke. Lunch was salad. Need more structure. What have you done for yourself? Let me know. Getting started is always the hardest part. I quit smoking 24 years ago, the first few days were the toughest.
Just returned from a week of sailing on Long Island Sound with a bunch of friends. I am a competent sailor, I have spent a week on a boat before, but on return I have never felt this sore as I do tonight. I am a strong and what I thout was a somewhat limber Read More
If you were to go to my website you will see that I prefer soft tissue therapies over the traditional high velocity thrusting. What does that mean? You don’t need to adjust (or “crack me doc”) a joint to relieve the restriction. The newer thinking is that bones get out of “alignment” on their own. Read More
Wait……you mean to say you don’t see a chiropractor? A few years ago I heard a stastic that chiropractors at best only saw 10% of the population. That means that if I sit in a room of 10 total strangers, maybe only one of you has recieved the benefit of a drug free therapeutic intervention Read More
Click on this link http://www.nytimes.com/2009/06/21/magazine/21FOB-physed-t.html?emc=tnt&tntemail1=y Hey, I can’t write this any better myself. It talks about more contemporary thinking in core stability training with the legendary Stu McGill, PhD. It is worth reading and then viewing the video show McGill going through the propper way to crunch etc.