Posted 1 year 27 weeks ago
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60 Delegates spent 5 days over the last 2 weekends learning and perfecting their assessment and management of extremities.  Those who completed the program before, found it to be great revision.  Those new to the program were blown away!  Taking care of extremities can be specific...

Posted 1 year 29 weeks ago
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2017 Perth Seminar a great success!!

Posted 1 year 35 weeks ago
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The Melbourne seminar was a huge success.

Dr Joe Bonanno's Essentials class was well attended with delegates keen to learn the foundations of the Gonstead system.  It was a very busy class with a lot of information to cover in 2 days.

Dr David Leach and Dr...

Posted 1 year 37 weeks ago
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Dr Joe Bonanno and Dr Pieter Hart were very impressed with such an enthusiastic group

 

Posted 1 year 38 weeks ago
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Coccydynia is an extremely painful condition that Chiropractors have treated to varying levels of success. True coccyx problems are five times more common in women than in men; probably because of the female pelvis leaving the coccyx more exposed (1).

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Posted 1 year 38 weeks ago
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A very successful workshop was held at Dr Scott Champion's clinic with the help of Dr Andrew Stevenson on Sat March 18.  The workshop was free for students attending the Melbourne seminar in April.

There was plenty of time for one on one tuition, helping those attending, master the...

Posted 3 years 2 weeks ago
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A 61yo male presented in 2001 with chronic lower back pain following lifting injuries while cane farming 30 years prior. Examination revealed a primary L5 subluxation and lumbosacral disc degeneration which responded to specific L5 Gonstead Chiropractic adjustments. The patient presented again...

Posted 6 years 7 weeks ago
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Common questions asked about the order of adjusting spinal segments.

  • Which Subluxation Do I Adjust First? 
  • What Do You Mean; “Leave It Alone”?
Posted 6 years 7 weeks ago
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Every time I adjust on the KCT I am reminded what a fantastic piece of equipment it is… When used correctly!

Posted 6 years 7 weeks ago
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When trying to think of everything there is to remember for any given adjustment some important things can be forgotten. Often we can get overwhelmed with information. What is the correct positioning, what are my contacts, line of drive, torque, tissue pull, stabilization etc. etc. I have heard...

Posted 6 years 7 weeks ago
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Set the Stage for a Great Adjustment and a Happy Patient. The efficacy of the patient analysis and adjustment is greatly enhanced by the environment they walk into and the patient’s state of mind. The patient must be as relaxed as possible and their body temperature needs to balance. If the day...

Posted 6 years 7 weeks ago
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Don’t TORQUE yourself out of it:

When looking at the impact torque has on an adjustment it is important to look at the effect it has at the point of contact. When your contact is the reference point you are better able to assess the effect torque is having on your adjustment and how best...

Posted 6 years 7 weeks ago
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I have heard it said so many times before. “Your skills will always be
improving”. This statement has proved to be true. Sometimes improvement
comes with repetition in practice and other times it comes like a bolt out of the
blue and your technique improves instantly and...