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How Does Sciatica Start? 🤔

New data suggests that you won’t always know what triggered your pain… In fact, only ½ of sciatica patients can remember what happened that caused the pain in the first place.

Regardless of the trigger, chiropractic manipulation is a proven solution. Check out the short video attached to learn more. 👇

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Source: Engle AM et al. Lumbosacral Radiculopathy: Inciting Events and Their Association with Epidural Steroid Injection Outcomes. Pain Med. 2019 May 17. pii: pnz097.
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How Does Sciatica Start? 🤔

New data suggests that you won’t always know what triggered your pain… In fact, only ½ of sciatica patients can remember what happened that caused the pain in the first place.

Regardless of the trigger, chiropractic manipulation is a proven solution. Check out the short video attached to learn more. 👇

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The Early Bird Gets the Worm…and the Colonoscopy 🤔

Researchers have discovered that a patient’s likelihood for following their doctor’s recommendation for screening tests (i.e., mammogram, colonoscopy, etc.) dwindled as the day progressed.

In fact, those patients who scheduled primary care doctor visits at 5 pm were only half as likely to follow up with recommended tests when compared to “early birds” who scheduled primary care visits at 8 am.

Moral of the story: book your appointments earlier in the day!

Source: Hsiang EY, Mehta SJ, Small DS, et al. Association of Primary Care Clinic Appointment Time With Clinician Ordering and Patient Completion of Breast and Colorectal Cancer Screening. JAMA Netw Open.2019;2(5):e193403. bit.ly/2ld1KKy
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The Early Bird Gets the Worm…and the Colonoscopy 🤔

Researchers have discovered that a patient’s likelihood for following their doctor’s recommendation for screening tests (i.e., mammogram, colonoscopy, etc.) dwindled as the day progressed.

In fact, those patients who scheduled primary care doctor visits at 5 pm were only half as likely to follow up with recommended tests when compared to “early birds” who scheduled primary care visits at 8 am.

Moral of the story: book your appointments earlier in the day!
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