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Mirror Therapy

Caring for Patients with Amputations (Part two of a series)

  In part one of this series we discussed the phenomenon known as phantom limb pain. That article laid the foundation for...

Phantom Limb Pain

Caring for Patients with Amputations (Part one of a series)

  With hundreds of chiropractors working in the VA and DOD healthcare systems along with an increasing number of veterans entering the...

The Clinical Significance of the Sacrotuberous Ligament

Lumbopelvic Pain (Part Four)

  To be a master clinician you must become proficient in clinical anatomy, striving to unlock the mysteries of anatomy, optimum human function, and sources of dysfunction. Over...

Skinny Jeans Syndrome

Lumbo-Pelvic Pain (Part Three)

Meralgia paresthetica (MP) is a sensory mononeuropathy which can produce pain or paresthesia of the anterior-lateral thigh. Normally it is the result of a focal entrapment of...

Cluneal Nerve

Cluneal Nerve Entrapment

Lumbo-Pelvic Pain (part two)


Figure 1. In the first article of this series I discussed Maigne’s syndrome (AKA thoracolumbar junction syndrome) as a potential source of lumbo-pelvic pain. This...

Maigne’s Syndrome

Lumbo-Pelvic Pain Part 1: Maigne’s Syndrome: Thoracolumbar Junction Syndrome

It is natural to associate the site of pain as the source of pain. If the pain is over the sacroiliac joint, it is a sacroiliac problem. If there is...