Dr. Calvin Hargis, a board-certified chiropractic orthopedist with post-graduate studies in neurology, will discuss neurofeedback's history and development, and the latest research into its applications.
With almost 50 million uninsured Americans in today's world and roughly three million living below the poverty level, healthcare providers have an obligation and duty to help patients of all ages, economical status levels, with and without insurance; but how many providers do? Chiropractors can benefit by reaching out to lower income communities by ... (more)
Chiropractors have been caring for children for more than 100 years. More and more parents- especially those who are already chiropractic patients themselves-are seeking chiropractic care for their children.
Rhett & Link are at it again. After creating that incredibly weird Arlen's auto ad, the team is back with yet another cringe-inducing commercial for Ryan Lee Chiropractor Center.
Hopefully you missed CBS 5's "investigation" into the state's medical-marijuana program, in which they claim that "young, healthy" people are getting medical-marijuana cards.
RYAN Lee Chiropractic Center is open for business. It might be an idea when advertising health remedies that not everyone agrees with to shy away from a "not-so-serious" commercial that features the chiropractor stood behind and on top of young, photogenic women:
Events Specialist - The ALS Association of Greater Philadelphia is seeking an Events Coordinator.
To help pay for medical costs after an aneurism was found on her brain, friends of Diane Thompson of Mayville will be holding a benefit in her honor Saturday.
The Family Shelter Service's fabulous gala is over but "The Magic of Wonderland" continues.
Remember that amazing/weird/hilarious/musical local auto ad that set the web on fire a couple weeks ago? The guys who made that, YouTube duo Rhett & Link , are back with a follow-up ad for another local L.A. business.
Frank Farkas - a former state lawmaker and St. Petersburg chiropractor - has won the Florida Lottery, after buying a $20 scratch-off-ticket at the Old Northeast Rally, 2131 4th St.
Some people swear by them, and other people think they're dangerous quacks. But whatever you think of chiropractors, this is a pretty cool commercial, especially if you like to crack stuff on your body.
Rita Aaron got her first silver filling, also known as a dental amalgam, at the age of 15 years old.
I'Vve had varying degrees of back pain for more than 10 years now, mostly I think, due to spending my career in front of a computer.