Chiropractic Spinal Nerve Chart
Description Exam Room Chart You'll Use Every Day Use this essential spinal nerve chart to make the nervous system the centerpiece of your chiropractic patient communications. Watch their eyes. Patients "get it." This is an updated Merrick Nerve Chart showing the most significant neurological connections at each segmental level. This posterior view demonstrates symmetry and balance, something impossible to show on the dated lateral nerve function charts of the past. It’s a spinal nerve…
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Incorporating hip flexion drills into our programs is often important. Here are a couple of exercises, as well as some thoughts on assessment of functional hip flexion mobility.
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Spinal Stenosis (Cervical Myelopathy) Stenosis means closed in. Spinal Stenosis refers to a condition in which the spinal cord is closed in, or compressed, inside the tube of the spinal canal. Spinal stenosis may be caused by degenerative changes, such as bone spurs pushing against the spinal cord within the spinal canal.