7 Natural Ways to Prevent Inflammation & Arthritis Flare-Ups

Dr. LloydSan Francisco Bay Area

Reading Time: 1 minuteThey use to think that osteoarthritis was a wear and tear disease. In other words, they taught us that it’s completely mechanical. Now we are recognizing the importance of systemic inflammation as well as local inflammation for degenerative arthritis. Your diet is causing your inflammation and arthritis flare-ups. Arthritis is usually seen as part of the aging process, but this translates … Read More

Seminar Schedule and Chiropractic Educational Products by Dr. Malik Slosberg

Dr. LloydSan Francisco Bay Area

Reading Time: 1 minuteThis weekend, I will be at SFO attending one of my favorite seminars presented by Dr. Malik Slosberg. I have found that this post-graduate seminar is always packed full of valuable information that helps me understand the biomechanics and physiology of chiropractic care. The seminar reviews the very latest chiropractic research in a practical, yet inspiringway, so clinicians can integrate … Read More

Even Harvard Medical School recommends chiropractic care for pain relief.

Dr. LloydSan Francisco Bay Area

Reading Time: 1 minuteIn an undated article from Harvard Health Publications, Harvard Medical School recommends that you try chiropractic care to restore your body’s alignment, and thus help you with your pain relief. They say, “While the mainstay of chiropractic is spinal manipulation, chiropractic care now includes a wide variety of other treatments, including manual or manipulative therapies, postural and exercise education, ergonomic … Read More

The Joint Commission now Recommends Chiropractic Therapy for Hospitals and Urgent Care Centers

Dr. LloydSan Francisco Bay Area, San Francisco Chiropractor, San Francisco Public Health

Reading Time: 1 minuteStarting this month, January 2015, The Joint Commission is now recommending that doctors and administrators refer pain patients to chiropractors and other non-pharmacological therapists. In the past, when hospitals received a patient who was complaining of pain, the only approved mode of treatment that they did, according to guidelines, was to give drug-therapy. However, with our growing awareness of the … Read More