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April 15, 2019

Safe keeping: Protecting your patient files

Is your patient’s health data secure?

Could eating garlic reduce aging-related memory problems?

New study finds that garlic protects memory by improving gut health.

Active lifestyles may help nerves to heal after spinal injuries

An international team found that providing rodents with more space, an exercise wheel, toys and company before an injury helped to 'prime' their cells, making it more likely their damaged nerves would regenerate following spinal injury.
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Common sources of neurological amplification: nociceptive fibres

Practitioners of pain medicine need to be able to evaluate and identify these common contributors to pain syndromes. Being able to provide a timely, relevant treatment to optimize functional recovery requires a systematic, yet holistic approach. A practical neurofunctional treatment model will be best to help practitioners select the most appropriate neuromodulatory interventions for the most relevant levels involved in each pain problem. » Read more...
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