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Twas the night before last chemo...

Well, here we are, Last Chemo Eve. To say I’m excited would be an understatement. I’m positively giddy…have been all day. Today started out with a Twitter Dance Party (don’t ask), a photo shoot for an article that I’ve written (which will be out in January), a stop by Rasmussen for cookies (thanks Kristine) and then a little shopping where I picked up my bell for tomorrow {now playing “ 739 more words

EEG Neurofeedback therapy: Can it attenuate brain changes in TBI?

The EEG-NFT therapy has shown significant changes in structural and functional connectivity among young moderately injured TBI patients.

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Chiropractic Treatment for Back Pain in Bergen County: Is it for You?

Can you be conservative in treating low back pain due to spinal disc problems? Instead of undergoing corrective surgery, can your condition be resolved with chiropractic treatment for back pain in Bergen County areas? 78 more words

Wearing a Mask

Today I wish to reflect further on the poem I posted on Sunday “The Essential”.

We have all “worn a mask” – we wear a mask with our work colleagues; eg: for fear that we would not be accepted for who we are, we wear a mask in front of our children to protect them from seeing what is going on inside us, we wear a mask in Society for fear we will be rejected; we are not “the norm”. 1,890 more words

Has LSD Matured? The Return of Psychedelic R&D

Editor’s Note: This post was written by Lucas Richert and Erika Dyck, and was originally published on The 2×2 Project, an online journal from Columbia University’s Department of Epidemiology. 892 more words

Guest Bloggers

Movember, Bruce Lee and the evolution of physiotherapy.

“Absorb what is useful, discard what is not, add what is uniquely your own” – Bruce Lee

This has been my philosophy with treatment since day one. 360 more words

Clinical Reasoning