Category: Diagnostic Imaging

What’s the Crack?

What’s the crack? Recently, I have seen a lot of misinformation and misunderstanding about the “popping” or “cracking” sound that can be heard during spinal manipulation or when you crack your knuckles. The cause of the popping sound is also a question I get a lot from my students...

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What is a Cervicogenic Headache?

What is a Cervicogenic Headache? Its been over five years since the launch of Spriggs Chiropractic and Spriggs Nutrition.  The clinic is evolving to provide better services for conditions we see most frequently, namely cervicogenic headaches, migraines, and Ehlers-Danlos syndrome. Over the next few months, I will be posting...

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Wolff’s Law

Wolff’s law is a physiological property of bone tissue. In its most technical terms, it is the principle of bone adaptation from stress generated potentials. In more simple terms, it is the change in bone structure as a result of the stresses placed on them. So for example, it...

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Patient Referrals for Diagnostic Imaging

Patient referrals for diagnostic imaging and further testing can be difficult of private practice healthcare professionals. Who do you trust with your patients? Who has what equipment/facilities for diagnostics? What are the costs involved? And who pays for this service? Are you a healthcare provider in Newbury or West...

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