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  • Nocturnal Enuresis: Treatment Implication for the Chiropractor

    A comprehensive review of the literature concerning the etiology, diagnosis, and the natural history of primary nocturnal enuresis is presented. Contemporary treatment options are discussed ...


  • Chiropractic Care Resolves Bed Wetting in Asperger's Child

    The purpose of this study was to determine the effect of chiropractic care for two children with long-term nocturnal enuresis (bedwetting).   Bedwetting is highly prevalent amongst young children with approximately 15% of children experiencing...


  • Chiropractic Resolves Constipation and Bed Wetting

    The prevalence of constipation in children ranges from 4-36%.  Research has shown the peak incidence of constipation in pediatric patients is during toilet training when the child is 2 or 3 years old.  Nocturnal enuresis (bed wetting) tends to be...


  • Bed Wetting May be Related to Dairy Intake

    Bed-wetting, or enuresis affects an estimated 7 million children over the age of five. There is a strong correlation with bed wetting and milk consumption. View extensive links on the subject


  • ICPA Research

    ICPA Exclusive Research: Peer Reviewed Published Papers and Current Projects Current Projects Papers Accepted for Publication 2016 Papers Accepted for Publication 2015 Papers...


  • Adverse Events Associated With Pediatric Spinal Manipulation: A Systematic Review. What Does the Data Really Show?

    Labels: A. Safety

    Abstract Background : In a recent issue of the journal Pediatrics , Vohra and her colleagues 1 published the results of their systematic review of the literature on the adverse events associated with the use of spinal manipulative therapy...


  • The Presenting Complaints of Pediatric Patients to Chiropractors: Results from a Practice-based Research Program

    Abstract At the turn of the century, Lee et.al. estimated that approximately 30 million pediatric visits were made to chiropractors in 1997 in the United States. The cost of these office visits were also estimated at $1 billion of which $510...


  • Confirming the Hazards of Stimulant Drug Treatment

    Until recently, no studies have systematically examined the rate of psychotic symptoms caused by routine treatment with stimulant drugs such as methylphenidate (Ritalin) and amphetamine (Dexedrine, Adderall). Doctors who prescribe stimulant drugs...


  • Ritalin Fraud! Class Action Suit Filed Against Makers of Ritalin

    The law firm of Waters & Kraus has announced the filing in Texas of a class action lawsuit entitled Hernandez, Plaintiff, Individually and on Behalf of all Others Similarly Situated v. Ciba Geigy...


  • Live Life Fully: Chiropractic Adjustments Restore Normal Nerve Function and Enhance our Overall Expression and Quality of Life

    As a chiropractor, I recognize that the nervous system is the conduit of transmission for all life expression. The acclaimed chiropractor Dr. Christopher Kent relates this idea in his lectures (slightly paraphrased here). “Everything we experience is...


  • 10-Year-Old's Bedwetting Resolves After Chiropractic Care

    Bedwetting is defined as wetting the bed at a frequency of 3 or more nights per week.  Bedwetting affects approximately five to seven million children in the United States and 200,000 in Canada with a higher percentage in younger children.   ...


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