June 23, 2021

Resolution of Facial Palsy under Chiropractic Care: A Case Report

A new case report has just hit the Asia Pacific Chiropractic Journal, covering a novel presentation of facial paralysis in a 13-month-old child. Facial palsy is a rare and complex condition, that differs greatly in its prognosis depending on whether it is congenital or due to a birth trauma. Either way, the chiropractic management of this condition and its resolution concomitant with chiropractic care is a noteworthy case report as there is a paucity of literature on this particular issue. According to the article, “the incidence of facial paralysis in live births is 0.8-2.1 per 1000 births, and, of these, […]
August 1, 2019

Concussion and Brain Trauma: when science and lived experience meet

Dr. Amy Haas* is a chiropractor with a CV full of medical, biochemistry and enzymology qualifications. She is passionate about chiropractic, the brain, and adaptation. So what happens with a brain like hers gets put through the paces of concussion, brain trauma, and post-concussive syndrome? The result is an insightful look into how science, research, and the lived experience of recovery under chiropractic care combine. This first-hand account will take you deeper into an understanding of how our patients may be impacted by concussions. We caught up with Dr. Amy to talk about her experience of brain trauma and the […]