Lumbar Foraminal Stenosis; DPPP-SAA Decompression Protocol Clinical Perspective: (Synopsis)Defining Structural Anatomy of Foraminal Stenosis due to IVD Herniation,Distinguishing the Sub-articular Space & Vertebral Foramen, Importance
Author: Babak Alagha M.D., D.C. Journal Back and Musculoskeletal Rehabilitation; 2015;28(3):603-7 PMID: 25391323 – DOI: 10.3233/BMR-140557 Abstract
By: Arshia Mirhadi, D.C. Are you looking for a great future by taking care of your spine (Three Joint Complex)? Do you have sufficient knowledge
Reviewed By: Ahmad Reza Jenabi, D.C., C.C.C.N. Abstract The aim of this study was to investigate the effectiveness of cervical and thoracic adjustment on Blood
Author: H. Sabbagh, D.C. 41 years old white female referred to this office complaining of a mild-moderate low back pain extending to both gluteal regions with recent onset of pain to both lateral and anterior thigh, of three months duration.
She denies any trauma or heavy lifting. She had no history of previous low back pain.
Author: H. Sabbagh, D.C. This patient is a 48 years-old white female who has had history of low back pain during the past several years. She reported having experienced several episodes of moderate to severe low back pain during this period, usually secondary to activity outside of her normal daily routine. Furthermore, this was limited to the low back, without any radiation, which usually improved with rest and medication in a few days.
Author: H. Sabbagh, D.C. Silent Nerve Compression Syndrome; Clinical Perspective: Defining Radiculopathy, Characteristics, Etiology, Epidemiology, Structural Pathology, Advance Imaging Findings, Muscle Weakness Mechanisms, EMG/NCV Study,