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spineuniverse.com March 10, 2010
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How to Choose a Chiropractor
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What should I look for when choosing a chiropractor?

—Tannerie Woods, PA

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Answer:
Choosing a chiropractor may, at first, seem bewildering. But the task can be simplified by using a series of steps to narrow down the candidates…

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Mitchell F. Miglis, DC This Week's Expert
Mitchell F. Miglis, DC
Doctor of Chiropractic
Miglis Back and Neck Care Center
Melbourne, FL
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Nutrition and Back Health
Send Your Nutrition Questions to Community Advice

Send Your Nutrition Questions to Community AdviceWant advice on how to lose weight to improve your chances of having successful spine surgery? Or has your New Year’s Resolution fallen by the wayside, and you need tips to help make better choices at the grocery store? Perhaps you want to submit your own personal story of how healthy eating has reduced your back pain.

March is National Nutrition Month, and we want you to submit your nutrition questions to SpineUniverse Community Advice!

We have an entire forum devoted to Nutrition and Back Pain—so let us know what’s on your mind and benefit from the knowledge of our growing Community.

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Back Pain News
One Test Isn’t Enough to Diagnose Herniated Discs

One Test Isn’t Enough to Diagnose Herniated DiscsNew research shows that having only a single test performed during a physical exam isn't enough to accurately diagnose a herniated disc.

What does this mean for you? Read this article to learn why further tests are important to ensure you receive the right treatment.

So next time you’re in the doctor’s office, you can ask “Is one test enough?”

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Osteoporosis causes your bones to become weak and brittle—but how does this occur? Have you ever wanted to see what your bones look like when they’re affected by osteoporosis?

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