Anesthesiology and Neurosurgery ADDITION OF TRIAMCINOLONE OR PETHIDINETO EPIDURAL BUPIVACAINE CAN NOT IMPROVE POSTOPERATIVE PAIN RELIEF INLUMBAR DISCECTOMYSEYED J. HASHEMI* HASSAN A. SOLTANI*MITRA JABALAMELI*SEYED A. MIRHOSEYNI**BAHRAM SOLEYMANI*** SUMMARY: There is uncertainty as to whether addition of steroids or narcotics to epidural local anesthet- ics improves pain control in spine s
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According to figures released by the National Association of Teachers, over 35% of all school aged children have been diagnosed and labeled disabled (including physical, mental and emotional disorders and learning disabilities.) Millions of children are being drugged every day before going to school. These children need an opportunity to be treated naturally before resorting to chemical treatment with proven deleterious side-effects. (Chiropractic and the disabled child by Bobby Doscher, D.C. Editorial in Chiropractic Pediatrics Vol. 1 No. 4 May 1995.) This child presented typical of a child who is labeled with ADHD. On examination, multiple levels of subluxations were found, especially in the neck area. Here is the nervous system scan of the boy, a very typical pattern found in those with behavioral problems. Want Research?
Upper Cervical Chiropractic Care For A Nine-Year-Old Male With Tourette
Syndrome, Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder, Depression, Asthma, Insomnia,
and Headaches: A Case Report Elster EL J Vertebral Subluxation Research July 12,
2003, p 1-11
Upper cervical care was used for a nine-year old male with Tourette Syndrome (TS),
Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder (ADHD), depression, asthma, insomnia, and
headaches since age 6. Forceps were used during his delivery. His medications included
Albuterol™, Depakote™, Wellbutrin™, and Adderall™.
Chiropractic care using an upper cervical technique corrected and stabilized the patient’s
subluxation. After 6 weeks of care, all 6 conditions were no longer present and all
medications were discontinued with the exception of a half-dose of Wellbutrin™. At the
conclusion of his case at 5 months, all symptoms remained absent. The response to care
suggests a link between the patient’s traumatic birth, the upper cervical subluxation, and
his neurological conditions.
Child with chronic illness: respiratory infections, ADHD, and fatigue. Response to
chiropractic care. Peet P, Chiropractic Pediatrics 1997 3(1): 12.
This is the case study of an eight-year-old boy with ADHD, constant throat congestion
and raspy voice, ear infections or other upper respiratory infections, flat feet, fatigue, loss
of physical stamina and low back pain.
He had experienced seizures when he had infections so he was placed on Phenobarbitol
™. His mother reported that whenever he stayed up late he got sick. Symptoms of poor
health started immediately after birth. Birth history was of a premature birth, forceps and
Chiropractic care was initiated with 3 visits a week for 4 weeks. After 4 weeks mother
reported that her son’s posture “dramatically improved.” He could sit still for much
longer periods of time, no longer talked with a constantly raspy voice, no longer suffered
from back pain, had a better disposition and didn’t get sick when he stayed up late.
Adjusting the hyperactive/ADD pediatric patient. Peet, JB Chiropractic Pediatrics,
This is the case of an 8-year-old diagnosed with ADD and hyperactivity. For three years
(since kindergarten) the child had been on Ritalin ™ and Prozac ™ and undergoing
By his 2nd adjustment the mother noted that the child could sit still longer, though he
appeared more irritable. After 3 weeks of chiropractic care all medication was removed
and after 6 weeks of care the school noted improvement in cognitive skills task
concentration, ability to control emotions and decreased aggressiveness.
Fármacos y suicidio: Crisis en el control de los medicamentos Miguel Jara El sobrepeso nos puede conducir al suicidio y/o a problemas psiquiátricos graves, si consumimos para ello determinados medicamentos. La Agencia Europea del Medicamento (EMEA) ha decidido suspender la comercialización del preparado contra el sobrepeso Acomplia (cuyo principio activo es rimonabant), fabricado por el