Monthly Archives: May 2018

Show Notes for June 1, 2018

Hello and welcome to this week’s edition of HealthBeat, Chiropractic OnLine Today’s Health, News and Informational Podcast.

In this week’s news: We’ll Be Looking At –

  • Physical activity level as a predictor of healthy and chronic disease-free life expectancy between ages 50 and 75
  • And Finally, a Story about Late bedtimes, short sleeping time, and longtime video-game playing are associated with low back pain in school-aged athletes

For HealthBeat …. This is Dr. Todd Eglow!

Welcome to HealthBeat Podcast #634 recorded June 1, 2018

HealthBeat is Chiropractic OnLine Today’s radio program, providing current news and commentary about Chiropractic and Health.

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Physical activity level as a predictor of healthy and chronic disease-free life expectancy between ages 50 and 75

Physical activity promotes healthy aging. However, little is known about the relationship between physical activity levels and healthy and chronic disease-free life expectancy (LE).

A recent study was published in the journal Age and Ageing, with the aim was to examine healthy and chronic disease-free LE between ages 50 and 75 and across various levels of physical activity by sex and different occupational statuses.

A clear dose–response relationship between higher physical activity levels and increased healthy and chronic disease-free LE in men and women, and within occupational statuses was found. On average, vigorously active men and women lived 6.3 years longer in good health and 2.9 years longer without chronic diseases between ages 50 and 75 compared to inactive individuals.

The study concluded that higher levels of physical activity increase healthy and chronic disease-free years similarly in men and women, but more among persons with low than with high occupational status.

As always, discuss all Exercise recommendations with your Qualified health care provider.

Surf to our Show Notes for Links – https://academic.oup.com/ageing/advance-article-abstract/doi/10.1093/ageing/afy016/4930839?redirectedFrom=fulltext

 

 

Late bedtimes, short sleeping time, and longtime video-game playing are associated with low back pain in school-aged athletes

Low back pain is a significant problem for school-aged athletes. Although some risk factors relating to sports activities have been reported, the effect of lifestyles on low back pain in school-aged athletes is not clear.

The purpose of a recent study published in the European Spine Journal, was to elucidate the association between lifestyles, such as wake-up time, bedtime, sleeping time, and TV-viewing or video-game-playing time per day and low back pain of school-aged athletes.

The results of the study found that the frequency of low back pain was 5.0%. Late bedtime, short sleeping time, and long video-game-playing time per day were significantly associated with low back pain. There was no significant association between low back pain and wake-up time or TV-viewing time per day.

The study concluded that unhealthy life-style choices, such as late bedtimes, short sleeping time, and longtime video-game playing, were associated with low back pain in school-aged athletes.

Surf to our Show Notes for Links – https://link.springer.com/article/10.1007/s00586-017-5177-5?wt_mc=alerts.TOCjournals&utm_source=toc&utm_medium=email&utm_content=586&utm_campaign=

 

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Show Notes for May 25, 2018

Hello and welcome to this week’s edition of HealthBeat, Chiropractic OnLine Today’s Health, News and Informational Podcast.

In this week’s news: We’ll Be Looking At –

  • Update to Story about Classification System for Spinal MUA
  • Imaging for low back pain
  • And Finally, a Story about Physical activity levels in adults after pedometer-based walking interventions

For HealthBeat …. This is Dr. Todd Eglow!

Welcome to HealthBeat Podcast #633 recorded May 25, 2018

HealthBeat is Chiropractic OnLine Today’s radio program, providing current news and commentary about Chiropractic and Health.

You can download this week’s Podcast here – http://www.chiropracticradio.com/healthbeat/healthbeat0633.mp3

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This week’s Episode is sponsored by Audible Books. Please surf to our web site at www.ChiropracticRadio.com and click on the DaVinci link for your Health and Nutritional needs.

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Update to Episode #626

In Episode #626, originally airing on March 16, 2018, related to a paper by Drs. Cerf and Bowman, entitled Outcomes indicators and a risk classification system for spinal manipulation under anesthesia, we erroneously left out the correct journal the paper was published in.

The correct journal is Chiropractic & Manual Therapies. Surf to our Show Notes for Links – https://chiromt.biomedcentral.com/articles/10.1186/s12998-018-0177-z

 

 

Imaging for low back pain: Is clinical use consistent with Guidelines?

The problem of imaging patients with low back pain (LBP) when it is not indicated is well recognised. The converse is also possible, although rarely considered. The extent of these two problems is presently unclear.

The purpose of a recent study, published in The Spine Journal, was to estimate how commonly overuse, and also underuse, of imaging occurs in the management of LBP, and how appropriate use of imaging is assessed.

The study concluded that inappropriate imaging is common in LBP management, including both overuse in those where imaging is not indicated and underuse of imaging when it is indicated.

Appreciating that both underuse and overuse can occur is fundamental to efforts to improve imaging practice to align with current guidelines and best evidence.

Surf to our Show Notes for Links – https://www.thespinejournalonline.com/article/S1529-9430(18)30203-1/pdf

 

 

 

Physical Activity Levels in Adults after Pedometer-Based Walking Interventions

Physical inactivity is an important cause of noncommunicable diseases.

Interventions can increase short-term physical activity (PA), but health benefits require maintenance. Few interventions have evaluated PA objectively beyond 12 months.

The authors of a study published in the journal PLOS Medicine, followed up two pedometer interventions with positive 12-month effects to examine objective PA levels at 3–4 years.

The study concluded that intervention participants followed up from both trials demonstrated higher levels of objectively measured PA at 3–4 years than controls, similar to previously reported 12-month trial effects.

Pedometer interventions, delivered by post or with nurse support, can help address the public health physical inactivity challenge.

As always, discuss all Exercise recommendations with your Qualified health care provider.

Surf to our Show Notes for Links – http://journals.plos.org/plosmedicine/article?id=10.1371/journal.pmed.1002526

 

 

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Finally, I leave you with the following quote:

Leaders are innovative, entrepreneurial, and future oriented. They focus on getting the job done.”

For Chiropractic OnLine Today’s HealthBeat, This has been
Dr. Todd Eglow.


Show Notes for May 11, 2018

Hello and welcome to this week’s edition of HealthBeat, Chiropractic OnLine Today’s Health, News and Informational Podcast.

In this week’s news: We’ll Be Looking At –

  • Spinal Manipulation and Exercise for Low Back Pain in Adolescents
  • And Finally, a Story about The Global Spine Care Initiative 

For HealthBeat …. This is Dr. Todd Eglow!

Welcome to HealthBeat Podcast #632 recorded May 11, 2018

HealthBeat is Chiropractic OnLine Today’s radio program, providing current news and commentary about Chiropractic and Health.

You can download this week’s Podcast here – http://www.chiropracticradio.com/healthbeat/healthbeat0632.mp3

COT’s HealthBeat has begun a Google Plus Community, located at http://bit.ly/cotchiro

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This week’s Episode is sponsored by Audible Books. Please surf to our web site at www.ChiropracticRadio.com and click on the DaVinci link for your Health and Nutritional needs.

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Next, we would like to send out a big Thank You to those of you who are linking our Podcast to your home pages…. We do request that you also include a link to our main Podcast Page at www.ChiropracticRadio.com

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Spinal Manipulation and Exercise for Low Back Pain in Adolescents

Low back pain (LBP) is common in adolescence but there is a paucity of high quality research to inform care.

The authors of a recent study, published in the journal PAIN, conducted a multicenter randomized trial comparing 12 weeks of spinal manipulative therapy (SMT) combined with exercise therapy (ET) to ET alone.

Participants were 185 adolescents aged 12-18 years with chronic LBP.

The study concluded that for adolescents with chronic LBP, spinal manipulation combined with exercise was more effective than exercise alone over a one-year period, with the largest differences occurring at six months.

These findings warrant replication and evaluation of cost-effectiveness.

Surf to our Show Notes for Links – https://journals.lww.com/pain/Abstract/publishahead/Spinal_Manipulation_and_Exercise_for_Low_Back_Pain.98997.aspx

 

 

The Global Spine Care Initiative

The purpose of a recent review, published in the European Spine Journal, was to develop recommendations for the management of spinal disorders in low-income communities, with a focus on non-invasive pharmacological and non-pharmacological therapies for non-specific low back and neck pain.

The authors synthesized two evidence-based clinical practice guidelines for the management of low back and neck pain. The recommendations considered benefits, harms, quality of evidence, and costs, with attention to feasibility in medically underserved areas and low- and middle-income countries.

Results of the review found that clinicians should provide education and reassurance, advise patients to remain active, and provide information about self-care options.

Clinicians should not offer treatments that are not effective.

The review concluded that guidelines developed for high-income settings were adapted to inform a care pathway and model of care for medically underserved areas and low- and middle-income countries by considering factors such as costs and feasibility, in addition to benefits, harms, and the quality of underlying evidence.

The selection of recommended conservative treatments must be finalized through discussion with the involved community and based on a biopsychosocial approach. Decision determinants for selecting recommended treatments include costs, availability of interventions, and cultural and patient preferences.

Surf to our Show Notes for Links – https://link.springer.com/article/10.1007%2Fs00586-017-5433-8

 

 

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As always, please surf to our Podcast Show Notes at ChiropracticRadio.com for a full listing of web references mentioned in today’s show.

And remember – COT’s Healthbeat always recommends discussing any nutritional or exercise lifestyle modifications with a qualified healthcare professional. 

Thank you for listening…. As always, We Want to hear from you. Please send us emails…. Simply surf to our Web Site at ChiropracticRadio.com and click on the Email link.

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Finally, I leave you with the following quote:

Entrepreneurial leadership requires the ability to move quickly when opportunity presents itself.”

For Chiropractic OnLine Today’s HealthBeat, This has been
Dr. Todd Eglow.


Show Notes for May 4, 2018

ello and welcome to this week’s edition of HealthBeat, Chiropractic OnLine Today’s Health, News and Informational Podcast.

In this week’s news: We’ll Be Looking At –

  • Positive age beliefs protection against dementia
  • And Finally, a Story about Clinical Practice Guidelines for LBP

For HealthBeat …. This is Dr. Todd Eglow!

Welcome to HealthBeat Podcast #631 recorded May 4, 2018

HealthBeat is Chiropractic OnLine Today’s radio program, providing current news and commentary about Chiropractic and Health.

You can download this week’s Podcast here – http://www.chiropracticradio.com/healthbeat/healthbeat0631.mp3

COT’s HealthBeat has begun a Google Plus Community, located at http://bit.ly/cotchiro

COT’s HealthBeat is now available on demand on Stitcher Radio – http://app.stitcher.com/browse/feed/31530/details

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This week’s Episode is sponsored by Audible Books. Please surf to our web site at www.ChiropracticRadio.com and click on the DaVinci link for your Health and Nutritional needs.

We also would appreciate your passing the word of our Podcasts to your friends and colleagues. Please let everyone know how easy it is to subscribe via the Apple iTunes directory.

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Next, we would like to send out a big Thank You to those of you who are linking our Podcast to your home pages…. We do request that you also include a link to our main Podcast Page at www.ChiropracticRadio.com

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Finally, Chiropractic OnLine Today has always provided our news and education content for free and plan on continuing this policy. However, we do request that if you are enjoying these podcasts, that you surf to ChiropracticRadio.com and consider clicking on our PayPal link to make a donation to keep these Podcasts airing. We thank everyone for their continued support.

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Positive age beliefs protection against dementia

One of the strongest risk factors for dementia is the ε4 variant of the APOE gene. Yet, many who carry it never develop dementia.

A recent study, published in PLOS One, examined for the first time whether positive age beliefs that are acquired from the culture may reduce the risk of developing dementia among older individuals, including those who are APOE ε4 carriers.

The cohort consisted of 4,765 Health and Retirement Study participants who were aged 60 or older and dementia-free at baseline. As predicted, in the total sample those with positive age beliefs at baseline were significantly less likely to develop dementia, after adjusting for relevant covariates.

Among those with APOE ε4, those with positive age beliefs were 49.8% less likely to develop dementia than those with negative age beliefs.

The study concluded that the results of this study suggest that positive age beliefs, which are modifiable and have been found to reduce stress, can act as a protective factor, even for older individuals at high risk of dementia.

Surf to our Show Notes for Links – http://journals.plos.org/plosone/article?id=10.1371/journal.pone.0191004

 

 

Clinical Practice Guidelines for LBP

Clinical practice guidelines (CPGs) are designed to ensure that evidence-based treatment is easily put into action. Whether patients and clinicians follow these guidelines is equivocal.

The objectives of a recent study, published in The Spine Journal, were to examine how many patients complaining of low back pain (LBP) underwent evidence-based medical interventional treatment in line with Clinical practice guidelines recommendations before consultation with a spine surgeon, and to evaluate any associations between adherence to Clinical practice guidelines recommendations and baseline factors.

The study concluded that Evidence-based medical interventional treatments for patients with LBP are not being taken advantage of before spine surgery consultation.

If more patients were to undertake CPG-endorsed conservative modalities, it may result in fewer unnecessary referrals from primary care physicians, and patients might not deteriorate as much while lingering on long wait lists.

Further studies incorporating knowledge translation or health system pathway changes are necessary.

Surf to our Show Notes for Links – https://www.sciencedirect.com/science/article/pii/S1529943017309762

 
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As always, please surf to our Podcast Show Notes at ChiropracticRadio.com for a full listing of web references mentioned in today’s show.

And remember – COT’s Healthbeat always recommends discussing any nutritional or exercise lifestyle modifications with a qualified healthcare professional. 

Thank you for listening…. As always, We Want to hear from you. Please send us emails…. Simply surf to our Web Site at ChiropracticRadio.com and click on the Email link.

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If you have an idea for a future Health Segment, please feel free to contact me directly via email …. The address is: healthbeat@chiropracticradio.com

We also would appreciate your votes both at Podcastalley.com. If you are enjoying these podcasts, please surf to our HealthBeat homepage and click on the Podcast Alley link.

If you have a Web Site for your practice and you would like to add content to help attract more patients, please consider adding a Personalized HealthBeat segments to your site. Many listeners are finding this a useful content addition to an Office’s Web Site. For more information, please send me an Email at healthbeat@chiropracticradio.com

While at our Web Site, please remember to consider making a donation to help keep these Podcasts airing. Listener support such as yours, via our PayPal link, does help in allowing us to bring these Podcasts to you weekly.

And please remember to support our sponsors by clicking their links located at ChiropracticRadio.com

Finally, I leave you with the following quote:

Leadership is more who you are than what you do.”

May the 4th Be With You!

For Chiropractic OnLine Today’s HealthBeat, This has been
Dr. Todd Eglow.