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Viscoelasticity- A Special Property of Human Tissues

Posted on 07-29-2013

Viscoelasticity- A Special Property of Human Tissues Human soft tissue, whether it be muscle, skin, ligament, tendon, nerve, intervertebral disc, or bone all contain a special property known as vis...

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No Correlation between Property Damage and Bodily Injury

Posted on 07-23-2013

No Correlation Between Property Damage and Bodily Injury As a Baltimore Chiropractor that routinely treats clients injured in Baltimore auto accidents (Baltimore car accidents) I routinely see pat...

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Baltimore Whiplash and S-Shaped Cervical Curves

Posted on 07-19-2013

The normal anatomy of the neck (cervical spine) is a C-shaped curve. In rear-end auto accidents that result in whiplash prevailing thought was that getting struck from behind would result in a hyp...

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Adverse Drug Reactions

Posted on 07-15-2013

As a Baltimore Chiropractor that often treats patients involved in Baltimore auto accidents and Baltimore slip and fall injuries, I spend a fair amount of time co-treating my patients with local m...

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Whiplash and Chiari Malformations (Brain Injury)

Posted on 07-12-2013

A study in the July 2010 Issue of "Brain Injury" reveals that up to 20 percent of whiplash victims undergo a form of brain injury referred to as a Chiari malformation. The study examined...

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