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  • REPORT ON THE CONFERENCE, SMOLENSK, APRIL’28TH

    REPORT ON THE CONFERENCE, SMOLENSK, APRIL’28TH

    On April 28, 2017 the Department of Neurology and Physiotherapy of the Faculty of Additional Professional Education of Smolensk State Medical University held the conference “Neuroreceptor therapy. The Method of Proprioceptive-Deep Tendon Reflex (P-DTR) as a division of functional neurology. From theory to practice” under the Regional State Budget Healthcare …
  • Press Release

    Press Release

    Neuroreceptor therapy. The Method of Proprioceptive-Deep Tendon Reflex (P-DTR) as a division of functional neurology. From theory to practice. Smolensk, Russia On April 28, 2017 in Smolensk State Medical University the Conference on functional neurology «Neuroreceptor therapy. The Method of Proprioceptive-Deep Tendon Reflex (P-DTR) as a division of functional neurology. …
  • Does Chiropractic Have an Answer for Recurrent Ankle Sprains?

    Does Chiropractic Have an Answer for Recurrent Ankle Sprains?

    - By Scott Cuthbert, DC Is there a measurable reason why an athlete will sprain an ankle with a turning activity that has been done thousands of times before with no trauma? Orthopedist Jose Palomar Lever, MD,1 recently evaluated 200 asymptomatic patients for the involvement of ligaments in many of …
  • History and Overview of P-DTR

    History and Overview of P-DTR

    Overview Proprioceptive - Deep Tendon Reflex (P-DTR®) is a product of the original thought and investigations of orthopedic surgeon Dr. José Palomar. This work recognizes that proprioception (sensation of touch, pressure, hot, cold, pain, etc.), and the way the body processes the information from these receptors, is paramount in determining …
  • The Greatest Gift

    The Greatest Gift

    The greatest gift and pinnacle of my career to date…………to be able to help my dad, with the help of Stephen Osborne @ Cardiff Pain & Performance Clinic and Gareth Cox in the background on text!!! Beginning of this year, my dad was admitted into a hospital in Bristol with …
  • Case study: Chronic dizziness

    Case study: Chronic dizziness

  • Case Study: Wheelchair to Walking in one session!

    Case Study: Wheelchair to Walking in one session!

    In 2014 this patient suffered a traumatic brain injury. Her health rapidly deteriorated and walking became laborious. A few weeks ago she was unable to support her own weight any longer and had to use a wheelchair. At the advice of her Chiropractor, the family decided to drive from New …

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