Using Kinesiology Taping after Manipulation for Superior Outcomes

By Dr. Ed Le Cara, DC, PhD, ATC, CSCS

Ever have a patient experience a decrease in pain and improved range of motion after their last adjustment but the muscles tightened and range of motion diminished shortly after?

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Simple Taping Might Be Superior to Complicated Protocols

By Dr. Ed Le Cara, DC, PhD, ATC, CSCS

Kinesiology tape (K-tape) is gaining popularity with healthcare providers, patients, and athletes. As a sports chiropractor who is also an athletic trainer, I have been using different types of tapes for a variety of reasons…

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Posture Isn’t Everything, But Slouching Sucks!

By Dr. Ed Le Cara, DC, PhD, ATC, CSCS

Have you ever been explaining something to a patient when, 20 seconds into your explanation, you see the “deer in the headlights” look?

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Do We Make Taping More Complicated Than It Needs To Be?

By Dr. Ed Le Cara, DC, PhD, ATC, CSCS

Simple Taping Might be Superior to Complicated Protocols.

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RockTape and CrossFit: Keeping the Athlete ‘in the game’

By Dr. Ed Le Cara, DC, PhD, ATC, CSCS

CrossFit athletes are different from average weekend warriors. They are of all sizes, ages, and athletic backgrounds. They like to train for fitness and make it a lifestyle.

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Home Soft Tissue Mobilization Treatment Ideas for Hallucis Rigidis

By Dr. Ed Le Cara, DC, PhD, ATC, CSCS

We compared movement screening and assessment for a patient’s conditions to typical static evaluations methods (ie. orthopedic testing, isolated muscle testing, etc.).

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Home Exercise Programs for Increased Mobility

By Dr. Ed Le Cara, DC, PhD, ATC, CSCS

In school I was taught to lay someone down to initiate my evaluation. I quickly realized in practice putting someone in a static, non-weight bearing posture was not getting me good information

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