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» How Tom Seaver Struck Out Willie McCovey
» DCs Forge Closer Ties at Interprofessional Collaborative Spine Conference
» Broccoli's Artery Cleaning Effects
» Chiropractic Care For Insomnia?

How Tom Seaver Struck Out Willie McCovey  

How Tom Seaver Struck Out Willie McCovey

11.10.18

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The baseball world lost a great ambassador with the passing of Willie McCovey on October 31. Known as 'Stretch', the water landing over the right field wall at SF Giants park honors him, 'McCovey Cove.'

One of McCovey's biggest competitors was Tom Seaver, a 311-game winner and 1992 hall of fame inductee. When reflecting on McCovey's passing, Seaver told a story about "the most satisfying moment" of his career:

 

As Seaver recounts the game situation:

 

 

How much did that moment mean to Seaver?

Why tell this story? Because even the hardest throwers of their generation (Reggie Jackson once said "I would show up at the park just to hear Tom Seaver pitch") know the value of changing speeds and how it can get the best hitters out.

Learn the changeup! I have plenty of information on my website about the changeup that you can read about here.

 

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Author:Dr. Greg Arnold
Source:Self-Research
Copyright:Dr. Greg Arnold 2018


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DCs Forge Closer Ties at Interprofessional Collaborative Spine Conference  

Members of the chiropractic profession forged a new spirit of cooperation and understanding during the Interprofessional Collaborative Spine Conference (ICSC), which took place Nov. 8-9 in Pittsburgh, Pa.  Organizers of this first-of-its-kind event hope to enhance patient outcomes as well as increase integration of manual therapies for back pain in the wake of the ongoing opioid crisis.  ICSC was organized and hosted by the American Chiropractic Association (ACA) with the support of the American Academy of Orthopaedic Manual Physical Therapists (AAOMPT) and the Academy of Orthopaedic Physical Therapy (AOPT), which represent three of the major provider groups of non-drug manual therapies for pain.  Manual therapies such as spinal manipulation have received increased attention and support in recent years by major health care organizations such as the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention and the American College of Family Physicians for their ability to effectively manage many cases of back pain and in some cases reduce or alleviate the need for prescription opioids.  Research shows that back pain is one of the most common conditions for which opioids are prescribed.  "The chiropractic profession was honored to take part in the Interprofessional Collaborative Spine Conference," said Michele Maiers, DC, MPH, PhD, vice president of the American Chiropractic Association.  "We are committed to working together with our colleagues in physical therapy and osteopathy to raise awareness and promote integration of non-drug manual approaches."  "Providers of manual therapies have an unprecedented opportunity to positively impact the lives of millions of people who struggle with back pain. Together, we can find ways to improve what we do and to communicate better with patients.  The Interprofessional Collaborative Spine Conference was an important step in that direction," said Julie Fritz, PT, PhD, FAPTA, associate dean for research at the University of Utah College of Health, who helped plan the conference.

Author:American Chiropractic Association.
Source:Acatoday. November 12, 2019.
Copyright:American Chiropractic Association. 2019


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Broccoli's Artery Cleaning Effects  
Heart Disease is the number 1 killer in America as well as other parts of the world. Aside from the obvious exercise and physical activity, diet also greatly affects one's risk for developing heart disease. New research indicates that broccoli and other green leafy vegetables can provide a natural defense against heart disease. British researchers recently discovered that broccoli and other brassicas turn on a protective protein in the arteries that in effect, prevent the arteries from clogging with fatty plaques, especially in the most vulnerable parts of the arteries most prone to clogging. While additional research is in the works, these preliminary findings drive home the importance of eating plenty of green leafy vegetables on a regular basis.

Author:ChiroPlanet.com
Source:Arteriosclerosis Thrombosis and Vascular Biology. September 3, 2009.
Copyright:ProfessionalPlanets.com LLC 2009


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Chiropractic Care For Insomnia?  

A recent literature review found some interesting evidence suggesting that chiropractic care may have certain benefits for those suffering from insomnia. In the review, researchers evaluated some 15 studies that met their criteria. Their findings suggested that many of the therapies utilized by certain chiropractors including cranial manipulation, physio and manual therapies as well as mind-body therapies may have benefits for insomnia sufferers. However, no studies have been directly conducted to specifically evaluate and support these findings but based on these previous studies, it may be worth additional investigation.

Author:ChiroPlanet.com
Source:Journal of Chiropractic Medicine. Vol 9, Issue 3. September 2010.
Copyright:ProfessionalPlanets.com LLC 2010


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