Monthly Archives: October 2010

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June 13, 2018: Several great things have been happening this year! Recent research conducted by others is affirming the basic hypothesis. This consilience is a powerful indicator our idea is true: Interstitial Fluid as a New Organ Subchondral bone circulation … Continue reading

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Oct. 12-14….03 PE CEC’s Assessing and Treating Hypoxia in Sports Injuries Richmond Contact: Canadian Sports Massage Therapy Association¬†for details Venue: Sheraton Vancouver Airport Hotel, Richmond Oct. 20-21…14 PE CEC’s Mechanical Reduction of Tissue Pressure: Restoration of Blood Flow Bones, Joints, … Continue reading

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A Validation Study of a ‘Center of Gravity Locator’ (COGL). [PDF, 668KB] The Training of Older Patients to Improve Balance. [PDF, 548KB] Chiropractic Adjustive Technique Using Pelvic and Spinal Stabilization. [PDF, 632KB] Mechanical Drainage of Non-Vascular Edema Affecting Nerves. [PDF, … Continue reading

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1 Morphology of peripheral nerves, their sheaths, and their vascularization [PDF, 48KB] 2 Nerve growth factor improves ligament healing. [PDF, 48KB] 3 In-vivo endoscopic visualization of pathoanatomy in painful degenerative conditions of the lumbar spine. [PDF, 48KB] 4 Angiogenesis in … Continue reading

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