Your Body of Knowledge

Health Articles by Dr. Lavine

Your Body of Knowledge

Health Articles by Dr. Lavine

Why chiropractic isn’t “alternative” healthcare

Why chiropractic isn’t “alternative” healthcare

Employees of a large company who had back pain did better - and saved their company money - if they were treated by doctors of chiropractic.

Mix of Amino Acids, Herbs Beats Back Pain

A combination of amino acids and herbal anti-inflammatories beats NSAID's for back pain.

Research Proves: Reverse Cognitive Decline With Diet, Lifestyle Changes

Memory loss and cognitive decline are largely preventable (and even reversible) with a comprehensive personalized program of diet, exercise, and lifestyle changes.

Is It Just Normal Aging? (Or Am I Losing My Mind?) Two simple ways to tell

Two simple self-assessment tests help distinguish between healthy aging and potentially more serious varieties of memory decline.
What my colleague George (Dr. Russell) taught me about the knee

What my colleague George (Dr. Russell) taught me about the knee

The knee joint allows for a limited amount of rotation between the femur and tibia. Controlling that rotation is usually an automatic function of your muscles. But when the joint goes awry, you may need an adjustment to fix it.
How doctors tell if you need statins

How doctors tell if you need statins

Try out the cardiovascular risk assessment method used by the National Health service of the UK.

Confessions in the Gym – or, How to Use Peer Pressure for Your Benefit

"Peer pressure" seems like a useless vestige from middle school. As adults, we should strive to live for our own values, driven by our own personal motivations. But what if you could use peer pressure to your advantage?

Beyond Football: Growing Up to Be a “Man”

An interview with a former NFL defensive lineman about the perils of growing up with "masculine" expectations.

Latest Medical Research

Latest medical research of interest.
My back pain is better – Do I still have to come for my chiropractic treatments?

My back pain is better – Do I still have to come for my chiropractic treatments?

Low back patients who continued to receive spinal adjustments every two weeks stayed clear of low back pain for more than 9 months.
What powerlifters taught me about treating intervertebral discs

What powerlifters taught me about treating intervertebral discs

Lumbar decompression with the DRX-9000 works by breaking down the fibers of the intervertebral disc to allow them to grow back stronger than ever.
Newest research findings on health

Newest research findings on health

Four more research articles reinforcing the need to build health from the inside and avoid a chemicalized approach to health.
Get off the treadmill

Get off the treadmill

Routine repetitive cardiovascular exercise isn't enough to gain all the benefits of being physically active.

Epidural Injections for Back Pain and Sciatica

Epidural injections, though widely used for low back pain and sciatica, have limited benefits along with a significant likelihood of doing harm.

My Son Got Off to a Lucky Start In Kindergarten

Thankfully, my son had a kindergarten teacher who allowed plenty of hugs and physical play. The anti-human touch trend in our society has gone way too far....
Why chiropractic isn’t “alternative” healthcare

Why chiropractic isn’t “alternative” healthcare

Employees of a large company who had back pain did better - and saved their company money - if they were treated by doctors of chiropractic.

Mix of Amino Acids, Herbs Beats Back Pain

A combination of amino acids and herbal anti-inflammatories beats NSAID's for back pain.

Research Proves: Reverse Cognitive Decline With Diet, Lifestyle Changes

Memory loss and cognitive decline are largely preventable (and even reversible) with a comprehensive personalized program of diet, exercise, and lifestyle changes.

Is It Just Normal Aging? (Or Am I Losing My Mind?) Two simple ways to tell

Two simple self-assessment tests help distinguish between healthy aging and potentially more serious varieties of memory decline.
What my colleague George (Dr. Russell) taught me about the knee

What my colleague George (Dr. Russell) taught me about the knee

The knee joint allows for a limited amount of rotation between the femur and tibia. Controlling that rotation is usually an automatic function of your muscles. But when the joint goes awry, you may need an adjustment to fix it.
How doctors tell if you need statins

How doctors tell if you need statins

Try out the cardiovascular risk assessment method used by the National Health service of the UK.

Confessions in the Gym – or, How to Use Peer Pressure for Your Benefit

"Peer pressure" seems like a useless vestige from middle school. As adults, we should strive to live for our own values, driven by our own personal motivations. But what if you could use peer pressure to your advantage?

Beyond Football: Growing Up to Be a “Man”

An interview with a former NFL defensive lineman about the perils of growing up with "masculine" expectations.

Latest Medical Research

Latest medical research of interest.
My back pain is better – Do I still have to come for my chiropractic treatments?

My back pain is better – Do I still have to come for my chiropractic treatments?

Low back patients who continued to receive spinal adjustments every two weeks stayed clear of low back pain for more than 9 months.
What powerlifters taught me about treating intervertebral discs

What powerlifters taught me about treating intervertebral discs

Lumbar decompression with the DRX-9000 works by breaking down the fibers of the intervertebral disc to allow them to grow back stronger than ever.
Newest research findings on health

Newest research findings on health

Four more research articles reinforcing the need to build health from the inside and avoid a chemicalized approach to health.
Get off the treadmill

Get off the treadmill

Routine repetitive cardiovascular exercise isn't enough to gain all the benefits of being physically active.

Epidural Injections for Back Pain and Sciatica

Epidural injections, though widely used for low back pain and sciatica, have limited benefits along with a significant likelihood of doing harm.

My Son Got Off to a Lucky Start In Kindergarten

Thankfully, my son had a kindergarten teacher who allowed plenty of hugs and physical play. The anti-human touch trend in our society has gone way too far....

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