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[Video Workshop] Advanced Joint Stability Testing – Knees, Hips, Low Back, and Shoulders

In my experience, true ligament tears are extremely rare.However, the diagnosis of ligament tear is extremely common.This may explain why we often see a discrepancy between imaging (ligament tear) and surgical reports (NO tear found).What’s going on here? Why are most positive knee instability tests being falsely labeled as ligament failure?Many years ago, I discovered that certain neurological […]

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The American Chiropractor Podcast Discussing Matrix Repatterning

Jaclyn, Dr. Busch and the team at The American Chiropractor publications are responsible for spreading the word on innovation in the Chiropractic community and I am grateful to be a contributor on these important platforms.Our journey continues on the new TAC-TIC-TALK podcast that recently launched.In this podcast, we bridge the gap between many components of, science, […]

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A Physical Therapists’ Perspective with Dr. Debora Chassé

For more information, or to enroll in an upcoming event, click below. Register for the Foundation Seminar Note: Eligibility to participate in any paid Matrix Repatterning education program requires the practitioner to hold a valid license, in good standing,  in one of the following designations: DC, PT, RMT**, DO, OT, MD, ND*, NP, DVM,, NP, […]

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How Pelvic Concussions are Affecting your Patients

When the force of a significant fall or impact enters the body, the densest structures will absorb the energy.Therefore the denser the structure is, the more vulnerable the structure is to sustain a significant injury.The densest structures in the body are the fluid filled organs which include the areas of the cranium, the spinal cord, the […]

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Patient Assessment – Whole Body Electrosomagram

When the doctor wants to assess your heart, he/she will use an electrocardiogram.But what happens when you assess the electrical system of the entire body?In this video, you can see how we kicked off the Foundation Seminar last month.James had a number of injuries that he wasn’t aware of. With objective measurable improvements, he could […]

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