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Rugby greats to host coaching clinic at Dubai Sports City

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Rugby greats to host coaching clinic at Dubai Sports City By David Cooper | Sport360 ?  Thu, May 16, 2013 View Photo Rugby greats to host coaching clinic at Dubai Sports City The UAE rugby community will have the chance to gain tips and advice from three former international players who will be hosting a coaching clinic at Dubai Sports City (DSC) next Wednesday. Brian Lima (Samoa), Carlos Spencer (New Zealand) and Shane Williams (Wales) will be imparting their expertise and wisdom to those in attendance, before lacing up the gloves 48 hours later to compete in the charity boxing night Fighting Chance. Former Samoa star Lima, who earned the nickname ?The Chiropractor? for his bone-crunching tackles, will be teaching the art of defending, former All Black fly-half Spencer will provide kicking tips, and ex-Wales wing Williams will be revealing the secrets to his attacking flair. DSC General Manager Maqbul Dudhia is delighted the three rugby heroes are on hand to provide some coaching and has encouraged anyone with an interest in rugby to head down and get involved. ?The coaching clinic is a fantastic opportunity for people to get close to three outstanding players,? he said. ?The night is open to all ages and we encourage players, coaches and fans to get involved and spend a bit of time in the presence of these great athletes.? The rugby union legends will then take part in a charity amateur boxing event two nights later along with a host of top international sportsmen and women, to raise funds for Richard Holland; a South African Dubai-resident, who was knocked off his bike and sustained life-changing injuries while training for an Iron Man challenge last October. Along with Spencer, Lima and Williams, other stars on the boxing card include Conrad Jantjes and Bolla Conradie, the former Springbok backs, England rugby league chiropractor bayview stars Lee Radford and Sean Long, Epi Taione, the former Tonga rugby league player and ex-British and Irish Lions and Ireland forward Shane Byrne. The fight-night action also features former England One-Day International cricket captain Adam Hollioake and Non Evans, the Wales women?s rugby union all-time leading points scorer, who also competed for her country in three separate sports at the Commonwealth Games ? judo, weightlifting and wrestling. Dubai Sports City will also be hosting the Fighting Chance boxing night at their Football Dome, and Dudhia added: ?The Fighting Chance night is something we are all looking forward to. It is for an outstanding cause. ?It will provide a great night of action and entertainment with a host of top sports stars entering the ring. ?The Football Dome has only been open for a short time but already it is staging football and touch rugby and with a night of boxing to come it showcases the variety of sports we can host.? The rugby coaching clinic will take place at the DSC Academies Campus for two hours from 7-9pm on Wednesday May 22. Tickets are available for AED120 and can be purchased by calling 04 448 1555 or 056 791 9780 or by emailing rugby@dxbsport.com. For more information on the Fighting Chance fight night and to get your tickets, visit backonyourbike.com or check out the Facebook page facebook.com/FightingChanceDubai WHAT: Rugby Coaching Clinic WHERE: Dubai Sports City Academies Campus WHEN: Wednesday, May 22, 7-9pm COST: Dh120
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Dr. Mark Dehen receives 2013 John Allenburg Meritorious Award

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Yahoo! wellness centre News Dr. Mark Dehen receives 2013 John Allenburg Meritorious Award PR Newswire ?  Wed, May 15, 2013 Print BLOOMINGTON, Minn., May 15, 2013 /PRNewswire-USNewswire/ -- The Minnesota Chiropractic Association (MCA) presented Dr. Mark Dehen, with the "2013 John Allenburg Meritorious Award" during the Annual Chiropractic Celebration and Convention recently held at the Marriott Mall of America.   The Allenburg award recognizes those who provide continued service and dedication to the chiropractic profession through academic and political leadership.  In addition to running a full time practice while serving as mayor of North Mankato, Dehen recently led statewide efforts to educate and prepare doctors for the Physicians Quality Reporting System requirements (PQRS). Nationally known and respected for his work with the Council on Chiropractic Guidelines and Practice Parameters (CCGPP), Dr. Dehen is a past president and former Chiropractor of the Year award recipient of the Minnesota Chiropractic Association. Other awards given during the Annual Chiropractic Celebration included the Outstanding Educator of the Year Award, the 25 Year Distinguished Service Award, the President's Award and the 2013 Chiropractor of the Year Award. About Minnesota Chiropractic Association Created in 1927, the Minnesota Chiropractic Association is the only professional organization in Minnesota visit that solely represents the chiropractic professional on a multi-level and integrated service basis.      CONTACT: Debra Hurston Fox News Is a Terrible Advocate for Freedom of the Press Roger Ailes is full of self-righteous outrage that the Department of Justice subpoenaed Fox News reporter James Rosen's personal emails as it investigated the leak of classified information about North Korea. It's a recent conversion after leading a news network that has been calling for criminalizing journalism for homepage years. Terror in London Sparks Tensions, Upsurge in Islamophobic Attacks Violence and fear travel swiftly, and faster still in the era of tweets and status updates and 24-hour rolling news. Just after 2 pm on May 22, police answered a call to an incident in Woolwich, southeast London. A 25-year-old soldier, Drummer Lee Rigby, leaving the local barracks, had been hit by a car and then hacked to death in front of horrified onlookers. One of his alleged killers, later identified as Michael Adebolajo, linked the attack to the British military presence in Muslim countries. ...
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Dr. Mark Dehen receives 2013 John Allenburg Meritorious Award

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Yahoo! News Dr. Mark Dehen receives 2013 John Allenburg Meritorious Award PR Newswire ?  Wed, May 15, 2013 Print BLOOMINGTON, Minn., May 15, 2013 /PRNewswire-USNewswire/ -- The Minnesota Chiropractic Association (MCA) presented Dr. Mark Dehen, with the "2013 John Allenburg Meritorious Award" during the Annual Chiropractic Celebration and Convention recently held at the Marriott Mall of America.   The Allenburg award recognizes those who provide continued service and dedication to the chiropractic profession through academic and political leadership.  In addition to running a full time practice while serving as mayor of North Mankato, Dehen recently led statewide efforts to educate and prepare doctors for the Physicians Quality Reporting System requirements (PQRS). Nationally known and respected for his work with the Council on Chiropractic Guidelines and Practice Parameters (CCGPP), Dr. Dehen is a past president and former Chiropractor of the Year award recipient of the Minnesota Chiropractic Association. Other awards given during the Annual Chiropractic Celebration included the Outstanding Educator of the Year Award, the 25 Year Distinguished Service Award, the President's Award and the 2013 Chiropractor of the Year Award. About Minnesota Chiropractic Association Created in 1927, the Minnesota Chiropractic Association is the only professional organization in Minnesota that solely represents the chiropractic professional on a multi-level and integrated service basis.      CONTACT: Debra Hurston PR Newswire HARRISBURG, Pa., May 8, 2013 /PRNewswire-USNewswire/ -- Corrections Secretary John Wetzel today led ? Why We Can't Forget That Oklahoma's Senators Voted Against Sandy Relief Nearly four months ago, Oklahoma Senators Tom Coburn and James Inhofe both voted against H.R.152, the Disaster Relief Appropriations Act that eventually sent $50.5 billion in relief to victims of Hurricane Sandy. And in the flurry of last night's devastation in Moore, Oklahoma. it was impossible not to forget that fact, knowing the federal government would soon rally to the cause. BREAKING: Subway Just as Unhealthy as McDonald?s! If you watched the London Olympics last summer, you saw a parade of top athletes touting the nutritional qualities of their favorite eatery: Subway. Watching Apolo Ohno or Robert Griffin III bite into a veggie footlong with avocado or hearing that Subway is ?the official training restaurant of athletes everywhere,? you might get the idea that the food served at the chain isn?t that bad for you?that it?s even healthy. Gawkers, looters and a media bayview wellness center circus: What happens when a tornado hits your town MOORE, Okla.?Southwest 4th Street used to be known as one of the busiest cruising strips in this growing suburb of Oklahoma City, a street where teenagers for decades killed time just driving around in loops with their friends. It was a tradition that began long before the population boom that fueled the rapid construction of [...] Tennis-Del Potro pulls out of French Open (adds confirmation) PARIS, May 22 (Reuters) - World number seven Juan Martin Del Potro of Argentina has pulled out of next week's French Open tennis after failing to recover from a virus, organisers said on Wednesday. Del Potro, who reached the quarter-finals at the claycourt grand-slam event last year, flew home after losing to Frenchman Benoit Paire in the Rome Masters last massage therapist in north york 16 last week. "He has withdrawn," a French Federation spokesman told Reuters, confirming Argentine media reports. ...
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Rugby greats to host coaching clinic at Dubai Sports City

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Rugby greats to host coaching clinic at Dubai Sports City By David Cooper | Sport360 ?  Thu, May 16, 2013 View Photo Rugby greats to host coaching clinic at Dubai Sports City The UAE rugby community will have the chance to gain tips and advice from three former international players who will be hosting a coaching clinic at Dubai Sports City (DSC) next Wednesday. Brian Lima (Samoa), Carlos Spencer (New Zealand) and Shane Williams (Wales) will be imparting their expertise and wisdom to those in attendance, before lacing up the gloves 48 hours later to compete in the charity boxing night Fighting Chance. Former Samoa star Lima, who earned the nickname ?The Chiropractor? for his bone-crunching tackles, will be teaching the art of defending, former All Black fly-half Spencer will provide kicking tips, and ex-Wales wing Williams will be revealing the secrets to his attacking flair. DSC General Manager Maqbul Dudhia is delighted the three rugby heroes are on hand to provide some coaching and has encouraged anyone with an interest in rugby to head down and get involved. ?The coaching clinic is a fantastic opportunity for people to get close to three outstanding players,? he said. ?The night is open to all ages and we encourage players, coaches and fans to get involved and spend a bit of time in the presence of these great athletes.? The rugby union legends will then take part in a charity amateur boxing event two nights later along with a host of top international sportsmen and women, to raise funds for visit this page Richard Holland; a South African Dubai-resident, who was knocked off his bike and sustained life-changing injuries while training for an Iron Man challenge last October. Along with Spencer, Lima and Williams, other stars on the boxing card include Conrad Jantjes and Bolla Conradie, the former Springbok backs, England rugby league stars Lee Radford and Sean Long, Epi Taione, the former Tonga rugby league player and ex-British and Irish Lions and Ireland forward Shane Byrne. The fight-night action also features former England One-Day International cricket captain Adam Hollioake and Non Evans, the Wales women?s rugby union all-time leading points scorer, who also competed for her country in three separate sports at the Commonwealth Games ? judo, weightlifting and wrestling. Dubai Sports City will also be hosting the Fighting Chance boxing night at their Football Dome, and Dudhia added: ?The Fighting Chance night is something we are all looking forward to. It is for an outstanding cause. ?It will provide a great night of action and entertainment with a host of top sports stars entering the ring. ?The Football Dome has only been open for a short time but already it is staging football and touch rugby and with a night of boxing to come it showcases the variety of sports we can host.? The rugby coaching clinic will take place at the DSC Academies Campus for two hours from 7-9pm on Wednesday May 22. Tickets are available for AED120 and can be purchased by calling 04 448 1555 or 056 791 9780 or by emailing rugby@dxbsport.com. For more information on the Fighting Chance fight night and to get your tickets, visit backonyourbike.com or check out the Facebook page facebook.com/FightingChanceDubai WHAT: Rugby Coaching Clinic WHERE: Dubai Sports City Academies Campus WHEN: Wednesday, May 22, 7-9pm COST: Dh120
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Rugby greats to host coaching clinic at Dubai Sports City

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Rugby greats to host coaching clinic at Dubai Sports City By David Cooper | Sport360 ?  Thu, May 16, 2013 View Photo Rugby greats to host coaching clinic at Dubai Sports City The UAE rugby community will have the chance to gain tips and advice from three former international players who will be hosting visit the site a coaching clinic at Dubai Sports City (DSC) next Wednesday. Brian Lima (Samoa), Carlos Spencer (New Zealand) and Shane Williams (Wales) will be imparting their expertise and wisdom to those in attendance, before lacing up the gloves 48 hours later to compete in the charity boxing night Fighting Chance. Former Samoa star Lima, who earned the nickname ?The Chiropractor? for his bone-crunching tackles, will be teaching the art of defending, former All Black fly-half Spencer will provide kicking tips, and ex-Wales wing Williams will be revealing the secrets to his attacking flair. DSC General Manager Maqbul Dudhia is delighted the three rugby heroes are on hand to provide some coaching and has encouraged anyone with an interest in rugby to head down and get involved. ?The coaching clinic is a fantastic opportunity for people to get close to three outstanding players,? he said. ?The night is open to all ages and we encourage players, coaches and fans to get involved and spend a bit of time in the presence of these great athletes.? The rugby union legends will then take part in a charity amateur boxing event two nights later along with a host of top international sportsmen and women, to raise funds for Richard Holland; a South African Dubai-resident, who was knocked off his bike and sustained life-changing injuries while training for an Iron Man challenge last October. Along with Spencer, Lima and Williams, other stars on the boxing card include Conrad Jantjes and Bolla Conradie, the former Springbok backs, England rugby league stars Lee Radford and Sean Long, Epi Taione, the former Tonga rugby league player and ex-British and Irish Lions and Ireland forward Shane Byrne. The fight-night action also features former England One-Day International cricket captain Adam Hollioake http://bayviewwellness.com/about/ and Non Evans, the Wales women?s rugby union all-time leading points scorer, who also competed for her country in three separate sports at the Commonwealth Games ? judo, weightlifting and wrestling. Dubai Sports City will also be hosting the Fighting Chance boxing night at their Football Dome, and Dudhia added: ?The Fighting Chance night is something we are all looking forward to. It is for an outstanding cause. ?It will provide a great night of action and entertainment with a host of top sports stars entering the ring. ?The Football Dome has only been open for a short time but already it is staging football and touch rugby and with a night of boxing to come it showcases the variety of sports we can host.? The rugby coaching clinic will take place at the DSC Academies Campus for two hours from 7-9pm on Wednesday May 22. Tickets are available for AED120 and can be purchased by calling 04 448 1555 or 056 791 9780 or chiropractic toronto by emailing rugby@dxbsport.com. For more information on the Fighting Chance fight night and to get your tickets, visit backonyourbike.com or check out the Facebook page facebook.com/FightingChanceDubai READ MORE:
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NASHO Chiropractic Council Conducts Hill Visits During Capitol Caucus

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Yahoo! News NASHO Chiropractic Council Conducts Hill Visits During Capitol Caucus Members to Meet with Key Congressional Offices to Discuss White Paper on Chiropractic Care PR Newswire ?  Tue, May 14, 2013 Print WASHINGTON, May 14, 2013 /PRNewswire-USNewswire/ -- The National Association of Specialty Health Organizations (NASHO) will meet with key representatives in Washington, D.C. today to deliver and discuss a White Paper on chiropractic care developed by NASHO's Chiropractic Council. The paper details the value of chiropractic care and the vital role that chiropractic care networks play in the delivery of that care. The paper may be viewed in its entirety on the NASHO website, www.nasho.org . Led by NASHO Executive Director Julian Roberts and Chiropractic Council Chairwoman Tabatha Erck, MPA - CEO of ChiroCare of Minnesota, Council members R. Lloyd Friesen, DC - Vice President of Public Affairs at American Specialty Health, Mark Zygaj - Vice President and Chief Operating Officer of Palladian Health and Jamie Sewell - Director of Sales & Marketing for The CHP Group are scheduled to meet today with key personnel in the Congressional Offices of Senator Al Franken (D-MN), Senator Sherrod Brown (D-OH) and Senator Tom Harkin (D-IA). Noting cost effectiveness, specialized quality of treatment, successful outcomes and high patient satisfaction rates, the Council established that chiropractic care meets the goals and standards of the Affordable Care Act. Additionally, chiropractic care effectively treats low back pain ? the leading cause of partial disability among middle-aged Americans ? and significantly reduces its recurrence rate without the use of expensive, addictive narcotics or invasive surgical procedures. Approximately 22 million people in the U.S. visit a chiropractor annually, a number that continues to rise each year. About the National Association of Specialty Health Organizations (NASHO): NASHO is a subsidiary association of the American Association of Preferred Provider Organizations (AAPPO) ( www.aappo.org ), founded to advance and evolve specialty healthcare delivery in the United States. Its mission is to enhance and promote the value proposition of specialty health organizations. To learn more about NASHO, visit www.nasho.org . SOURCE National Association of Specialty Health Organizations (NASHO) Loading... The House of Representatives voted today to repeal the entire Affordable Care Act, 229-195. This ? More Politics News National Journal - 9 hrs ago   Remind me when I share | Not you? 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Risky Painkillers Are To Be Avoided, and Lower Back Pain Relief Achieved with Dr. Allen?s Devices without Side Effects ...

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Yahoo! News Risky Painkillers Are To Be Avoided, and Lower Back Pain Relief Achieved with Dr. Allen?s Devices without Side Effects, Highlights Fine Treatment PRWeb ?  Tue, Apr 16, 2013 Print Fine Treatment recommends Dr. Allen?s devices as a cost-effective natural solution for lower back pain that works by reducing swelling around the nerves locally. Prescription drugs should be reduced, as one of the stickiest problems involves painkillers, which can be a boon to some and a nightmare for others, have been reported By Linda Carroll in Health on Today recently. London, UK (PRWEB) April 16, 2013 ?These days Americans are taking more prescription medications than ever, with nearly 16 million scripts written for painkillers like hydrocodone, oxycodone and tramadol each year, according to IMS Health,? states the article ?Are we too reliant on prescription meds?? in Health on Today, April 10, 2013. In order to avoid problems connected with lower back pain treatment , it has to be treated with Dr. Allen?s device locally in the first instance, as this natural therapy is free from side effects, Fine Treatment reveals. According to the article ?Are we too reliant on prescription meds?? in Health on Today Harvard?s Avorn says drug advertising is a big part of the problem. In the 1990s when it became legal for drug makers to advertise, the demand for prescription medications skyrocketed, Avorn said. ?That created this sense on the part of many patients that, ?Oh, I saw that ad on television, I think I should be on that medicine,?? he explained. Doctor Clifford Bernstein, a pain management physician and author on Spine-health.com clearly outlines how these pain medications physically affect the body: The brain responds to the pain medicine by increasing the number of receptors for the drug, and the nerve cells in the brain stop functioning The body stops producing endorphins (the body's natural painkillers) because it is receiving opiates instead The degeneration of the nerve cells in the brain causes a physical dependency on an external supply of opiates, and reducing or not taking the pain killers causes a painful series of physical changes, known as withdrawal. At this point many people (an estimated 7% who are prescribed narcotic analgesics) continue taking the pain medication to avoid the withdrawal symptoms rather than to treat the original pain. When this occurs the person is dependent on or addicted to the prescription pain medicine. The Thermobalancing therapy is the only way to support blood circulation in the affected area at the capillary level that reduces the swelling dramatically and consequently the pressure that causes the disturbing symptoms. Please watch the video on how easy is to use Dr. Allen?s device at home: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=6WwI1TvlXOs . ?The Thermobalancing therapy relieves pain in the spine within days by tackling its cause,? says Dr. Simon Allen. ?Dr. Allen?s therapeutic devices for the treatment of lower back provide the only effective natural treatment by improving blood circulation in the affected areas.? For more information please visit the Fine Treatment website: http://finetreatment.com/lower-back-pain-treatment-lumbago-relief/ . About Dr. Simon Allen and Fine Treatment: Dr. Simon Allen is a highly experienced medical professional. His specialty is in the internal medicine. He has treated a wide range of chronic diseases, including patients after a heart attack, with kidneys problems, including kidney stones disease, prostate and spine conditions, as well as metabolic disorders. Fine Treatment exclusively offers Dr. Allen?s Devices for chronic prostatitis and BPH treatment , coronary heart disease, dissolving kidney stones, as well as back pain and sciatica relief. Dr Simon Allen PRWeb Atlantic Spine Center in New Jersey announces updates to its back pain diagnostic tool on its website ? Reuters - 2 hrs 7 mins ago   Remind me when I share | Not you? Log out of Facebook How to remove this experience Cycling-Road-Giro d'Italia points classification after stage 10 May 14 (Infostrada Sports) - Points Classification Giro d'Italia after Stage 10 on Tuesday 1. Cadel Evans (Australia / BMC Racing) 73 2. Elia Viviani (Italy / Cannondale) 60 3. Mark Cavendish (Britain / Omega Pharma - Quick-Step) 58 4. Rigoberto Uran (Colombia / Team Sky) 53 5. Mauro Santambrogio (Italy / Vini Fantini) 52 6. Enrico Battaglin (Italy / Bardiani Valvole) 45 7. Vincenzo Nibali (Italy / Astana) 45 8. Carlos Betancur (Colombia / AG2R) 43 9. Maxim Belkov (Russia / Katusha) 41 10. Adam Hansen (Australia / Lotto) 39 Tennis-Serena gains sisterly revenge on Robson in Rome * Serena avenges Venus's defeat by beating Robson * Djokovic back on track with easy win over Montanes * Wozniacki, Ivanovic both fall at first hurdle * Poland's number four seed Radwanska also out (Adds quotes) May 14 (Reuters) - World number one Serena Williams inflicted swift revenge on behalf of her older sister when she beat Britain's Laura Robson 6-2 6-2 in the Rome Masters on Tuesday. ... Soccer-Eriksson says Benfica are more gifted than Chelsea By Tony Jimenez May 14 (Reuters) - Benfica are more technically gifted than Chelsea but will still go into Wednesday's Europa League final in Amsterdam as the underdogs, according to former England coach Sven-Goran Eriksson. The Swede knows a great deal about Benfica having twice been in charge of the double European champions during his globetrotting career. "Sure, Chelsea are the favourites with a very balanced squad and with very expensive players but in my opinion the technique of Benfica's players is a tad better," Eriksson told the aBola daily newspaper. ... Quick stands firm as Kings reign over Sharks in opener (Reuters) - Jonathan Quick stonewalled the San Jose Sharks with a 35-save shutout as the streaking Los Angeles Kings grabbed a 2-0 win in the opener of their Western Conference semi-finals series on Tuesday. Quick recorded his second shutout of the post-season as the defending Stanley Cup champion Kings won their fifth straight game. They won four consecutive contests against St Louis in the first round after falling into a 2-0 hole. Game Two of the best-of-seven set is also in Los Angeles on Thursday. ... Drunk ASU student left at hospital with Post-it TEMPE, Ariz. (AP) ? An Arizona State University student who passed out and was left in a wheelchair in a hospital lobby with a Post-it note to tell doctors that he had participated in a drinking competition apparently put back about 20 shots of tequila. Golf-World rankings May 13 (Reuters) - World rankings on Monday (U.S. unlessstated, last week's positions in brackets): 1. (1) Tiger Woods 13.66 average points 2. (2) Rory McIlroy (Northern Ireland) 10.42 3. (3) Adam Scott (Australia) 7.64 4. (4) Justin Rose (England) 6.57 5. (6) Brandt Snedeker 6.31 6. (5) Luke Donald (England) 6.28 7. (7) Louis Oosthuizen (South Africa) 5.76 8. (8) Graeme McDowell (Northern Ireland) 5.35 9. (9) Steve Stricker 5.32 10. (10) Phil Mickelson 5.23 11. (12) Lee Westwood (England) 5.22 12. (11) Matt Kuchar 5.13 13. (15) Sergio Garcia (Spain) 4.90 14. (14) Keegan Bradley 4.77 15. ... Tennis-ATP World Tour rankings May 13 (Reuters) - May 13 (Reuters) - ATP World Tourrankings on Monday (last week's positions in brackets): 1. (1) Novak Djokovic (Serbia) 12730 points 2. (3) Andy Murray (Scotland) 8750 3. (2) Roger Federer (Switzerland) 7760 4. (4) David Ferrer (Spain) 6920 5. (5) Rafa Nadal (Spain) 6895 6. (6) Tomas Berdych (Czech Republic) 4520 7. (7) Juan Martin Del Potro (Argentina) 4320 8. (8) Jo-Wilfried Tsonga (France) 3965 9. (9) Richard Gasquet (France) 3180 10. (15) Stanislas Wawrinka (Switzerland) 2675 11. (10) Janko Tipsarevic (Serbia) 2650 12. (12) Nicolas Almagro (Spain) 2570 13. ...
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Can Treating Lower Back Pain Improve Intelligence?

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Yahoo! News Can Treating Lower Back Pain Improve Intelligence? PRWeb ?  Tue, Apr 23, 2013 Chiropractic care is known for its effectiveness in treating back and neck pain. Dr. J G Moellendorf, DC, ND, LCP discusses recent research into chronic spinal pain and how its treatment can effect depression, thinking, and memory. Sturgeon Bay, WI (PRWEB) April 23, 2013 Patients with chronic back or neck pain often complain of fuzzy thinking, poor memory, and feelings of anxiety and depression. Sturgeon Bay, Wisconsin Chiropractor and Naturopath Dr. J G Moellendorf, DC, ND, LCP points out that these symptoms start in the hippocampal area of the brain, the same region that processes spinal pain signals. Doctors and chiropractor north york toronto researchers have often wondered if chronic pain is actually a whole-brain disorder, rather than the pain signaling system gone awry, . Researchers Amelia A Mutso, A. Vania Apkarian, et al at Northwestern University investigated the underlying cellular and molecular changes that influence behaviors in mice with chronic abnormal nerve pain. Their findings were recently published in a paper titled Abnormalities in Hippocampal Functioning with Persistent Pain in the Journal of Neuroscience. The hippocampus, which is critical for learning, memory and emotional processing, is one of the few brain regions of mice and men in which new neurons grow. The researchers found that chronic nerve pain in mice causes a failure in new hippocampal neuron growth, disrupts its electrical and biochemical signaling, and results in increased anxious behaviors and difficulties with emotional learning. Using anatomical brain scans, the researchers measured the hippocampal volume of three groups of humans with chronic pain. The two groups with chronic back pain or complex regional pain syndrome had significantly smaller hippocampal regions, while the group with osteoarthritis had a nearly normal size. The first two groups showed similar symptoms of anxiety, depression, and deficits in learning and memory similar to the mice with chronic pain. The researchers suspect that the reduced hippocampal size in people is the result of the lack in neuron growth and other impairments as seen in the mice. When new neurons do not grow, memory and emotional processes become impaired. The research team headed by Mutso and Apkarian emphasized the importance of locating the source of the chronic pain and providing the proper treatment for a brain-based disorder. The next question then is: can aberrant brain function be reversed by the proper treatment of spinal pain? A research team led by David A. Seminowicz considered this exact subject in their paper Effective Treatment of Chronic Low Back Pain in Humans Reverses Abnormal Brain Anatomy and Function . They looked at the gray matter thickness with structural MRI scans of 18 chronic low back pain patients before surgery or facet joint pain blocking injections, along with 14 patients 6 months after surgery or facet injection. These scans were compared with 16 healthy subjects, 10 of which also returned 6 months later. Functional MRI scans were also done on all of the groups while performing a cognitive task. Those patients with chronic pain had decreased brain gray matter thickness and impaired cognitive ability compared to the healthy subjects. Six months after successful treatment for back pain, the chronic pain patients displayed increased cortical thicknesses in: the left dorsolateral prefrontal cortex (correlating with reduced pain and physical disability), the primary motor cortex (correlating with reduced physical disability), and the right anterior insula (correlating with reduced pain). The functional MRIs showed abnormal activity in the left dorsolateral prefrontal cortex region during attention-demanding cognitive tasks before treatment, but normal activity 6 months after successful treatment of the pain. These results indicate that structural and functional brain abnormalities are reversible, indicating that the proper treatment of chronic pain can restore normal brain function in humans. With Chiropractic?s proven results in treating chronic back pain, it would be interesting if a group of Chiropractic researchers would replicate this research study using Chiropractic care. Additional information about Chiropractic , Naturopathy, and other forms of natural health care has been provided by Moellendorf Chiropractic Office, Ltd. at http://www.all-about-wellness.com . Using the latest research findings, to learn more Moellendorf Chiropractic Office, Ltd. uses a comprehensive package of Chiropractic care, decompression traction therapy, active therapeutic movement training, cold laser therapy, and natural nutrition for the natural treatment of neurological conditions and pain without drugs or surgery. About: Dr. J G Moellendorf, DC, ND, LCP Dr. J G Moellendorf, DC, ND, LCP attended the University of Wisconsin?Superior where he majored in Physics and Mathematics, with a minor in art photography. While attending the University of Minnesota?Minneapolis, he assisted in research on ribosomal proteins. Completing his Chiropractic studies at Palmer College of Chiropractic in Davenport, Iowa, he graduated Cum Laude (with high honors) in 1983. He started Moellendorf Chiropractic Office, Ltd. in Sturgeon Bay, Wisconsin in 1983. In 1996, Dr. Moellendorf was awarded his Doctorate in Naturopathy from Trinity School of Natural Health. In 2001, he received Chiropractic?s most prestigious award, the honorary Legion of Chiropractic Philosophers degree, for his thesis ?The Workings of Innate Intelligence in Obsessive/Compulsive and Addictive Behaviors.? This paper was chosen for publishing in the book Philosophic Contemplations vol. 2 in 2002. In June of 2012, Dr. Moellendorf authored his first book titled Healthcare?s Best Kept Secret which can be ordered on Amazon. Dr. Moellendorf can be contacted by phone (920) 493-2126, fax (920) 743-1145, email jgmoellendorf(at)itol(dot)com, his website at http://www.all-about-wellness.com , or send a carrier pigeon to 44.84722N and 87.36416W. Dr. J G Moellendorf
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Yahoo! News Can Treating Lower Back Pain Improve Intelligence? PRWeb ?  Tue, Apr 23, 2013 Chiropractic care is known for its effectiveness in treating back and neck pain. Dr. J G Moellendorf, DC, ND, LCP discusses recent research into chronic spinal pain and how its treatment can effect depression, thinking, and memory. Sturgeon Bay, WI (PRWEB) April 23, 2013 Patients with chronic back or neck pain often complain of fuzzy thinking, poor memory, and feelings of anxiety and depression. Sturgeon Bay, Wisconsin Chiropractor and Naturopath Dr. J G Moellendorf, DC, ND, LCP points out that these symptoms start in the hippocampal area of the brain, the same region that processes spinal pain signals. Doctors and researchers have often wondered if chronic pain is actually a whole-brain disorder, rather than the pain signaling system gone awry, . Researchers Amelia A Mutso, A. Vania Apkarian, et al at Northwestern University investigated the underlying cellular and molecular changes that influence behaviors in mice with chronic abnormal nerve pain. Their findings were recently published in a paper titled Abnormalities in Hippocampal Functioning with Persistent Pain in the Journal of Neuroscience. The hippocampus, which is critical for learning, memory and emotional processing, is one of the few brain regions of mice and men in which new neurons grow. The researchers found that chronic nerve pain in mice causes a failure in new hippocampal neuron growth, disrupts its electrical and biochemical signaling, and results in increased anxious behaviors and difficulties with emotional learning. Using anatomical brain scans, the researchers measured the hippocampal volume of three groups of humans with chronic pain. The two groups with chronic back pain or complex regional pain syndrome had significantly smaller hippocampal regions, while the group with osteoarthritis had a nearly normal size. The first two groups showed similar symptoms of anxiety, depression, and deficits in learning and memory similar to the mice with chronic pain. The researchers suspect that the reduced hippocampal size in people is the result of the lack in neuron growth and other impairments as seen in the mice. When new neurons do not grow, memory and emotional processes become impaired. The research team headed by Mutso and Apkarian emphasized the importance of locating the source of the chronic pain and providing the proper treatment for a brain-based disorder. The next question then is: can aberrant brain function be reversed by the proper treatment of spinal pain? A research team led by David A. Seminowicz considered this exact subject in their paper Effective Treatment of Chronic Low Back Pain in Humans Reverses Abnormal Brain Anatomy and Function . They looked at the gray matter thickness with structural MRI scans of 18 chronic low back pain patients before surgery or facet joint pain blocking injections, along with 14 patients 6 months after surgery or facet injection. These scans were compared with 16 healthy subjects, 10 of which also returned 6 months later. Functional MRI scans were also done on all of the groups while performing a cognitive task. Those patients with chronic pain had decreased brain gray matter thickness and impaired cognitive ability compared to the healthy subjects. Six months after successful treatment for back pain, the chronic pain patients displayed increased cortical thicknesses in: the left dorsolateral prefrontal cortex (correlating with reduced pain and physical disability), the primary motor cortex (correlating with reduced physical disability), and the right anterior insula (correlating with reduced pain). The functional MRIs showed abnormal activity in the left dorsolateral prefrontal cortex region during attention-demanding cognitive tasks before treatment, but normal activity 6 months after successful treatment of the pain. These http://bayviewwellness.com/adjustments/ results indicate that structural and functional brain abnormalities are reversible, indicating that the proper treatment of chronic pain can restore normal brain function in humans. With Chiropractic?s proven results in treating chronic back pain, it would be interesting if a group of Chiropractic researchers would replicate this research study using Chiropractic care. Additional information about Chiropractic , Naturopathy, and other forms of natural health care has been provided by Moellendorf Chiropractic Office, Ltd. at http://www.all-about-wellness.com . Using the latest research findings, Moellendorf Chiropractic Office, Ltd. uses a comprehensive package of Chiropractic care, decompression traction therapy, active therapeutic movement training, cold laser therapy, and natural nutrition for the natural treatment of neurological conditions and pain without drugs or surgery. About: Dr. J G Moellendorf, DC, ND, LCP Dr. J G Moellendorf, DC, ND, LCP attended the University of Wisconsin?Superior where he majored in Physics and Mathematics, with a minor in art photography. While attending the University of Minnesota?Minneapolis, he assisted in research on ribosomal proteins. Completing his Chiropractic studies at Palmer College of Chiropractic in Davenport, Iowa, he graduated Cum Laude (with high honors) in 1983. He started Moellendorf Chiropractic Office, Ltd. in Sturgeon Bay, Wisconsin in 1983. In 1996, Dr. Moellendorf was awarded his Doctorate in Naturopathy from Trinity School of Natural Health. In 2001, he received Chiropractic?s most prestigious award, the honorary Legion of Chiropractic Philosophers degree, for his thesis ?The Workings of Innate Intelligence in bayview village chiropractic toronto Obsessive/Compulsive and Addictive Behaviors.? This paper was chosen for publishing in the book Philosophic Contemplations vol. 2 in 2002. In June of 2012, Dr. Moellendorf authored his first book titled Healthcare?s Best Kept Secret which can be ordered on Amazon. Dr. Moellendorf can be contacted by phone (920) 493-2126, fax (920) 743-1145, email jgmoellendorf(at)itol(dot)com, his website at http://www.all-about-wellness.com , or send a carrier pigeon to 44.84722N and 87.36416W. Dr. J G Moellendorf
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Yahoo! News Can Treating Lower Back Pain Improve Intelligence? PRWeb ?  Tue, Apr 23, 2013 Chiropractic care is known for its effectiveness in treating back and neck pain. internet Dr. J G Moellendorf, DC, ND, LCP discusses recent research into chronic spinal pain and how its treatment can effect depression, thinking, and memory. Sturgeon Bay, WI (PRWEB) April 23, 2013 Patients with chronic back or neck pain often complain of fuzzy thinking, poor memory, and feelings of anxiety and depression. Sturgeon Bay, Wisconsin Chiropractor and Naturopath Dr. J G Moellendorf, DC, ND, LCP points out that these symptoms start in the hippocampal area of the brain, the same region that processes spinal pain signals. Doctors and researchers have often wondered if chronic pain is actually a whole-brain disorder, rather than the pain signaling system gone awry, . Researchers Amelia A Mutso, A. Vania Apkarian, et al at Northwestern University investigated the underlying cellular and molecular changes that influence behaviors in mice with chronic abnormal nerve pain. Their findings were recently published in a paper titled Abnormalities in Hippocampal Functioning with Persistent Pain in the Journal of Neuroscience. The hippocampus, which is critical for learning, memory and emotional processing, is one of the few brain regions of mice and men in which new neurons grow. The researchers found that chronic nerve pain in mice causes a failure in new hippocampal neuron growth, disrupts its electrical and biochemical signaling, and results in increased anxious behaviors and difficulties with emotional learning. Using anatomical brain scans, the researchers measured the hippocampal volume of three groups of humans with chronic pain. The two groups with chronic back pain or complex regional pain syndrome had significantly smaller hippocampal regions, while the group with osteoarthritis had a nearly normal size. The first two groups showed similar symptoms of anxiety, depression, and deficits in learning and memory similar to the mice with chronic pain. The researchers suspect that the reduced hippocampal size in people is the result of the lack in neuron growth and other impairments as seen in the mice. When new neurons do not grow, memory and emotional processes become impaired. The research team headed by Mutso and Apkarian emphasized the importance of locating the source of the chronic pain and providing the proper treatment for a brain-based disorder. The next question then is: can aberrant brain function be reversed by the proper treatment of spinal pain? A research team led by David A. Seminowicz considered this exact subject in their paper Effective Treatment of Chronic Low Back Pain in Humans Reverses Abnormal Brain Anatomy and Function . They looked at the gray matter thickness with structural MRI scans of 18 chronic low back pain patients before surgery or facet joint pain blocking injections, along with 14 patients 6 months after surgery or facet injection. These scans were compared with 16 healthy subjects, 10 of which also returned 6 months later. Functional MRI scans were also done on all of the groups while performing a cognitive task. Those patients with chronic pain had decreased brain gray matter thickness and impaired cognitive ability compared to the healthy subjects. Six months after successful treatment for back pain, the chronic pain patients displayed increased cortical thicknesses in: the left dorsolateral prefrontal cortex (correlating with reduced pain and physical disability), the primary motor cortex (correlating with reduced physical disability), and the right anterior insula (correlating with reduced pain). The functional MRIs showed abnormal activity in the left dorsolateral prefrontal cortex region during attention-demanding cognitive tasks before treatment, but normal activity 6 months after successful treatment of the pain. These results indicate that structural and functional brain abnormalities are reversible, indicating that the proper treatment of chronic pain can restore normal brain function in humans. With Chiropractic?s proven results in treating chronic back pain, it would be interesting if a group of Chiropractic researchers would replicate this research study using Chiropractic care. Additional information about Chiropractic , Naturopathy, and other forms of natural health care has been provided by Moellendorf Chiropractic Office, Ltd. at http://www.all-about-wellness.com . Using the latest research findings, Moellendorf Chiropractic Office, Ltd. uses a comprehensive package of Chiropractic care, decompression traction therapy, active therapeutic movement training, cold laser therapy, and natural nutrition for the natural treatment of neurological conditions and pain without drugs or surgery. About: Dr. J G Moellendorf, DC, ND, LCP Dr. J G Moellendorf, DC, ND, LCP attended the University of Wisconsin?Superior where he majored in Physics and Mathematics, with a minor in art photography. While attending the University of Minnesota?Minneapolis, he assisted in research on ribosomal proteins. Completing his Chiropractic studies at Palmer College of Chiropractic in Davenport, Iowa, he graduated Cum Laude (with high honors) in 1983. He started Moellendorf Chiropractic Office, Ltd. in Sturgeon Bay, Wisconsin in 1983. In 1996, Dr. Moellendorf was awarded his Doctorate in Naturopathy from Trinity School of Natural Health. In 2001, he received Chiropractic?s most prestigious award, the honorary Legion of Chiropractic Philosophers degree, for his thesis ?The Workings of Innate Intelligence in Obsessive/Compulsive and Addictive Behaviors.? This paper was chosen for publishing in the book Philosophic Contemplations vol. 2 in 2002. In June of 2012, Dr. Moellendorf authored his first book titled Healthcare?s Best Kept Secret which can be ordered on Amazon. Dr. Moellendorf can be contacted by phone (920) 493-2126, fax (920) 743-1145, email jgmoellendorf(at)itol(dot)com, his website at http://www.all-about-wellness.com , or send a carrier pigeon to 44.84722N and 87.36416W. Dr. J G Moellendorf
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Naas Honored as Minnesota's 2013 Chiropractor of the Year

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Yahoo! News Naas Honored as Minnesota's 2013 Chiropractor of the Year PR Newswire ?  Fri, Apr 26, 2013 Print BLOOMINGTON, Minn., April 26, 2013 /PRNewswire-USNewswire/ -- Dr. Jennifer Naas was recognized as the "Chiropractor of the Year" for 2013 by the Minnesota Chiropractic Association (MCA) during their recent Convention and Annual Chiropractic Celebration in Bloomington, MN. Honored for her outstanding service to the profession, Dr. Naas has been championing the need for public education of chiropractic care for over 25 years. During her tenure with the association she has lead the organization as its president for two consecutive terms during 2010-2012. "Dr. Naas' commitment to educating the public about the benefits of chiropractic care for every stage of your life has made a huge impact on the profession and patients" stated MCA president, Dr. Christian Kollar. An Edina native, Naas received her Bachelor of Science degree in Biochemistry from the University of Minnesota, and her Doctorate of Chiropractic from Northwestern Health Sciences University. Dr. Naas has received additional training in Pediatrics, CranioSacral Therapy, and functional nutrition. She particularly enjoys helping her patients achieve optimum health and well-being with chiropractic adjustments, lifestyle coaching, and nutrition. About Minnesota Chiropractic Association Created in 1927, the Minnesota Chiropractic Association is the only professional organization in Minnesota that solely represents the chiropractic professional on a multi-level and integrated service basis.          PRESS RELEASE National Journal - 4 hrs ago   Remind me when I share | Not you? Log out of Facebook How to remove this experience The Disgusting Details of the Cleveland Kidnappers Have Begun to Emerge Cleveland police were not very forthcoming this morning this morning with details on the investigation of the rescued kidnapping victims, but a few leaked reports and at least one odd coincidence are shedding some light on the man who appears to be most responsible.  This Is What Happens When Talk-Show Psychics Talk About Kidnap Cold Cases Sylvia Browne ? full-time psychic, part-time facilitator of nightmares, and cornerstone of The Montel Williams Show ? is very much caught up on the wrong side of a story gripping the nation with a heartbreaking work of staggeringly bad fortune-telling. In 2004, the professional (and very well-paid) psychic told the mother of one of the women kidnapped in Cleveland that her daughter was dead. ... Cycling-Road-Giro d'Italia classification after stage 4 May 7 (Infostrada Sports) - Classification from Giro d'Italia after Stage 4 on Tuesday 1. Luca Paolini (Italy / Katusha) 15:18:51" 2. Rigoberto Uran (Colombia / Team Sky) +17" 3. Benat Intxausti (Spain / Movistar) +26" 4. Vincenzo Nibali (Italy / Astana) +31" 5. Ryder Hesjedal (Canada / Garmin) +34" 6. Bradley Wiggins (Britain / Team Sky) 7. Giampaolo Caruso (Italy / Katusha) +36" 8. Sergio Henao (Colombia / Team Sky) +37" 9. Mauro Santambrogio (Italy / Vini Fantini) +39" 10. Cadel Evans (Australia / BMC Racing) +42" 11. Tom Danielson (U.S. / Garmin) 12. ... Djokovic stunned by Dimitrov in Madrid second round MADRID (Reuters) - World number one Novak Djokovic was dumped out of the Madrid Open when he lost 7-6 6-7 6-3 to unseeded Bulgarian Grigor Dimitrov after suffering an ankle strain in the second round on Tuesday. Djokovic, who had a bye in the opening round, was already a break bayview chiropractic down to the promising 21-year-old in the second set when he twisted the same ankle he damaged playing for Serbia in the Davis Cup last month. After a lengthy medical timeout, he managed to break back and saved a match point on the way to taking the tiebreak 10-8 to force a deciding set. ... Cycling-Question mark over Wiggins form, says Cobo By Alasdair Fotheringham SERRA SAN BRUNO, Italy, May 7 (Reuters) - Tour de France champion Bradley Wiggins has yet to show the form of last season that would make him top favourite for the Giro d'Italia, read more according to Juan Jose Cobo, the last non-Team Sky rider to beat the Briton on a Grand Tour. "He's not necessarily the strongest rider," Spaniard Cobo told Reuters before Tuesday's fourth stage where Wiggins lost 17 seconds as the peloton split in the final kilometres. "Personally I think (Italian) Vincenzo Nibali is equally likely to win. ... We Still Don't Know How the Cleveland Kidnappers Got Away With It for So Long The morning after three women were rescued from nearly a decade of captivity, there aren't many more answers to the biggest question of all: How did their kidnappers get away with it for ten years? Police and FBI officials in Cleveland held a brief press conference this morning on the rescue of Amanda Berry, Gina DeJesus, and Michelle Knight, and despite a few important updates, they were forced to admit that there is much about this story that is still unknown.
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Can Treating Lower Back Pain Improve Intelligence?

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Yahoo! News Can Treating Lower Back Pain Improve Intelligence? PRWeb ?  Tue, Apr 23, 2013 Chiropractic care is known for its effectiveness in treating back and neck pain. Dr. J G Moellendorf, DC, ND, LCP discusses recent research into chronic spinal pain and how its treatment can effect depression, thinking, and memory. Sturgeon Bay, WI (PRWEB) April 23, 2013 Patients with chronic back or neck pain often complain of fuzzy thinking, poor memory, and feelings of anxiety and depression. Sturgeon Bay, Wisconsin Chiropractor and Naturopath Dr. J G Moellendorf, DC, ND, LCP points out that these symptoms start in the hippocampal area of the brain, the same region that processes spinal pain signals. Doctors and researchers have often wondered if chronic pain is actually a whole-brain disorder, rather than the pain signaling system gone awry, . Researchers Amelia A Mutso, A. Vania Apkarian, et al at Northwestern University investigated the underlying cellular and molecular changes that influence behaviors in mice with chronic abnormal nerve pain. Their findings were recently published in a paper titled Abnormalities in Hippocampal Functioning with Persistent Pain in the Journal of Neuroscience. The hippocampus, which is critical for learning, memory and emotional processing, is one of the few brain regions of mice and men in which new neurons grow. The researchers found that chronic nerve pain in mice causes a failure in new hippocampal neuron growth, disrupts its electrical and biochemical signaling, and results in increased anxious behaviors and difficulties with emotional learning. Using anatomical brain scans, the researchers measured the hippocampal volume of three groups of humans with chronic pain. The two groups with chronic back pain or complex regional pain syndrome had significantly smaller hippocampal regions, while the group with osteoarthritis had a nearly normal size. The first two groups showed similar symptoms of anxiety, depression, and deficits in learning and memory similar to the mice with chronic pain. The researchers suspect that the reduced hippocampal size in people is the result of the lack in neuron growth and other impairments as seen in the mice. When new neurons do not grow, memory and emotional processes become impaired. The research team headed by Mutso and Apkarian emphasized the importance of locating the source of the chronic pain and providing the proper treatment for a brain-based disorder. The next question then is: can aberrant brain function be reversed by the proper treatment of spinal pain? A research team led by David A. Seminowicz considered this exact subject in their paper Effective Treatment of Chronic Low Back Pain in Humans Reverses Abnormal Brain Anatomy and Function . They looked at the gray matter thickness with structural MRI scans of 18 chronic low back pain patients before surgery or facet joint pain blocking injections, along with 14 patients 6 months after surgery or facet injection. These scans were compared with 16 healthy subjects, 10 of which also returned 6 months later. Functional MRI scans were also done on all of the groups while performing a cognitive task. Those patients with chronic pain had decreased brain gray matter thickness and impaired cognitive ability compared to the healthy subjects. Six months after successful treatment for back pain, the chronic pain patients displayed increased cortical thicknesses in: the left dorsolateral prefrontal cortex (correlating with reduced pain and physical disability), the primary motor cortex (correlating with reduced physical disability), and the right anterior insula (correlating with reduced pain). The functional MRIs showed abnormal activity in the left dorsolateral prefrontal cortex region during attention-demanding cognitive tasks before treatment, but normal activity 6 months after successful treatment of the pain. These results indicate that structural and functional brain abnormalities are reversible, indicating that the proper treatment of chronic pain can restore normal brain function in humans. With Chiropractic?s proven results in treating chronic back pain, it would be interesting if a group of Chiropractic researchers would replicate this research study using Chiropractic care. Additional information about Chiropractic , Naturopathy, and other forms of natural health care has been provided by Moellendorf Chiropractic Office, Ltd. at http://www.all-about-wellness.com . Using the latest research findings, Moellendorf Chiropractic Office, Ltd. uses a comprehensive package of Chiropractic care, decompression traction therapy, active therapeutic movement training, cold laser therapy, and natural nutrition for the natural treatment of neurological conditions and pain without drugs or surgery. About: Dr. J G Moellendorf, DC, ND, LCP Dr. J G Moellendorf, DC, ND, LCP attended the University of Wisconsin?Superior where he majored in Physics and Mathematics, with a minor in art photography. While attending the University of Minnesota?Minneapolis, he assisted in research on ribosomal proteins. Completing his Chiropractic studies at Palmer College of Chiropractic in Davenport, Iowa, he graduated Cum Laude (with high honors) in 1983. He started Moellendorf Chiropractic Office, Ltd. in Sturgeon Bay, Wisconsin in 1983. In 1996, Dr. Moellendorf was awarded his Doctorate in Naturopathy from Trinity School of Natural Health. In 2001, he received Chiropractic?s most prestigious award, the honorary Legion of Chiropractic Philosophers degree, for his thesis ?The Workings of Innate Intelligence in Obsessive/Compulsive and Addictive Behaviors.? This paper was chosen for publishing in the book Philosophic Contemplations vol. 2 in 2002. In June of 2012, Dr. Moellendorf authored his first book titled Healthcare?s Best Kept Secret which can be ordered on Amazon. Dr. Moellendorf can be contacted by phone (920) 493-2126, fax (920) 743-1145, email jgmoellendorf(at)itol(dot)com, his website at http://www.all-about-wellness.com , or send a carrier pigeon to 44.84722N and 87.36416W. Dr. J G Moellendorf
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Yahoo! News Can Treating Lower Back Pain Improve Intelligence? PRWeb ?  Tue, Apr 23, 2013 Chiropractic care is known for its effectiveness in treating back and neck pain. Dr. J G Moellendorf, DC, ND, LCP discusses recent research into chronic spinal pain and how its treatment can effect depression, thinking, and memory. Sturgeon Bay, WI (PRWEB) April 23, 2013 Patients with chronic back or neck pain often complain of fuzzy thinking, poor memory, and feelings of anxiety and depression. Sturgeon Bay, Wisconsin Chiropractor and Naturopath Dr. J G Moellendorf, DC, ND, LCP points out that these symptoms start in the hippocampal area of the brain, the same region that processes spinal pain signals. Doctors and researchers have often wondered if chronic pain is actually a whole-brain disorder, rather than the pain signaling system gone awry, . Researchers Amelia A Mutso, A. Vania Apkarian, et al at Northwestern University investigated the underlying cellular and molecular changes that influence behaviors in mice with chronic abnormal nerve pain. Their findings were recently published in a paper titled Abnormalities in Hippocampal Functioning with Persistent Pain in the Journal of Neuroscience. The hippocampus, which is critical for learning, memory and emotional processing, is one of the few brain regions of mice and men in which new neurons grow. The researchers found that chronic nerve pain in mice causes a failure in new hippocampal neuron growth, disrupts its electrical and biochemical signaling, and results in increased anxious behaviors and difficulties with emotional learning. Using anatomical brain scans, the researchers measured the hippocampal volume of three groups of humans with chronic pain. The two groups with chronic back pain or complex regional pain syndrome had significantly smaller hippocampal regions, while the group with osteoarthritis had a nearly normal size. The first two groups showed similar symptoms of anxiety, depression, and deficits in learning and memory similar to the mice with chronic pain. The researchers suspect that the reduced hippocampal size in people is the result of the lack in neuron growth and other impairments as seen in the mice. When new neurons do not grow, memory and emotional processes become impaired. The research team headed by Mutso and Apkarian emphasized the importance of locating the source of the chronic pain and providing the proper treatment for a brain-based disorder. The next question then is: can aberrant brain function be reversed by the proper treatment of spinal pain? A research team led by David A. Seminowicz considered this exact subject in their paper Effective Treatment of Chronic Low Back Pain in Humans Reverses Abnormal Brain Anatomy and Function . They looked at the gray matter thickness with structural MRI scans of 18 chronic low back pain patients before surgery or facet joint pain blocking injections, along with 14 patients 6 months after surgery or facet injection. These scans were compared with 16 healthy subjects, 10 of which also returned 6 months later. Functional MRI scans were also done on all of the groups while performing a cognitive task. Those patients with chronic pain had decreased brain gray matter thickness and impaired cognitive ability compared to the healthy subjects. Six months after successful treatment for back pain, the chronic pain patients displayed increased cortical thicknesses in: the left dorsolateral prefrontal cortex (correlating with reduced pain and physical disability), the primary motor cortex (correlating with reduced physical disability), and the right anterior insula (correlating with reduced pain). The functional MRIs showed abnormal activity in the left dorsolateral prefrontal cortex region during attention-demanding cognitive tasks before treatment, but back pain clinic toronto normal activity 6 months after successful treatment of the pain. These results indicate that structural and functional brain abnormalities are reversible, indicating that the proper treatment of chronic pain can restore normal brain function in humans. With Chiropractic?s proven results in treating chronic back pain, it would be interesting if a group of Chiropractic researchers would replicate this research study using Chiropractic care. Additional information about Chiropractic , Naturopathy, and other forms of natural health care has been provided by Moellendorf Chiropractic Office, Ltd. at http://www.all-about-wellness.com . Using the latest research findings, Moellendorf Chiropractic Office, Ltd. uses a comprehensive package of Chiropractic care, decompression traction therapy, active therapeutic movement training, cold laser therapy, and natural nutrition for the natural treatment of neurological conditions and pain without drugs or surgery. About: Dr. J G Moellendorf, DC, ND, LCP Dr. J G Moellendorf, DC, ND, LCP attended the University of Wisconsin?Superior where he majored in Physics and Mathematics, with a minor in art photography. While attending the University of Minnesota?Minneapolis, he assisted in research on ribosomal proteins. Completing his Chiropractic studies at Palmer College of Chiropractic in Davenport, Iowa, he graduated Cum Laude (with high honors) in 1983. He started Moellendorf Chiropractic Office, Ltd. in Sturgeon Bay, Wisconsin in 1983. In 1996, Dr. Moellendorf was awarded his Doctorate in Naturopathy from Trinity School of Natural Health. In 2001, he received Chiropractic?s most prestigious award, the honorary Legion of Chiropractic Philosophers degree, for his thesis ?The Workings of Innate Intelligence in Obsessive/Compulsive and Addictive Behaviors.? This paper was chosen for publishing in the book Philosophic Contemplations vol. 2 in 2002. In June of 2012, Dr. Moellendorf authored his first book titled Healthcare?s Best Kept Secret which can be ordered on Amazon. Dr. Moellendorf can be contacted by phone (920) 493-2126, fax (920) 743-1145, email jgmoellendorf(at)itol(dot)com, his website at http://www.all-about-wellness.com , or send a carrier pigeon to 44.84722N and 87.36416W. Dr. J G Moellendorf
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Naas Honored as Minnesota's 2013 Chiropractor of the Year

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Yahoo! News Naas Honored as Minnesota's 2013 Chiropractor of the Year PR Newswire ?  Fri, Apr 26, 2013 Print BLOOMINGTON, Minn., April 26, 2013 /PRNewswire-USNewswire/ -- Dr. Jennifer Naas was recognized as the "Chiropractor of the Year" for 2013 by the Minnesota Chiropractic Association (MCA) during their recent Convention and Annual Chiropractic Celebration in Bloomington, MN. Honored for her outstanding service to the profession, Dr. Naas has been championing the need for public education of chiropractic care for over 25 years. During her tenure with the association she has lead the organization as its president for two consecutive terms during 2010-2012. "Dr. Naas' commitment to educating the public about the benefits of chiropractic care for every stage of your life has made a huge impact on the profession and patients" stated MCA president, Dr. Christian Kollar. An Edina native, Naas received her Bachelor of Science degree in Biochemistry from the University of Minnesota, and her Doctorate of Chiropractic from Northwestern Health Sciences University. Dr. Naas has received additional training in Pediatrics, CranioSacral Therapy, and functional nutrition. She particularly enjoys helping her patients achieve optimum health and well-being with chiropractic adjustments, lifestyle coaching, and nutrition. About Minnesota Chiropractic Association Created in 1927, the Minnesota Chiropractic Association is the only professional organization in Minnesota that solely represents the chiropractic professional on a multi-level and integrated service basis.          PRESS RELEASE National Journal - 4 hrs ago   Remind me when I share | Not you? 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