OSTEOPRACTOR In Battle Creek, MI
Mohinder continues to add more knowledge to assist in helping his patients as he is obtained his DIPLOMA in OSTEOPRACTIC in 2015. He has also completed his certification in DRY NEEDLING (Cert. DN). In 2015 Mohinder completed a Fellowship Program. He is currently working on another research project.
An OSTEOPRACTOR is a physical therapist or medical doctor that has completed an evidence-based post-graduate training program in the use of high-velocity low-amplitude thrust manipulation and dry needling for the diagnosis and treatment of neuromusculoskeletal conditions of the spine and extremities.
The term osteopractor has nothing to do with the chiropractic or osteopathic professions; that is, the osteopractor concept is firmly focused on the management of neuromusculoskeletal disorders in an evidence-based fashion, not the treatment of other organ systems as the profession of chiropractic has traditionally engaged. More specifically, the osteopractic concept does not subscribe to the theory of the “Vertebral Subluxation Complex” as the primary cause of “dis-ease”. In short, osteopractors do not diagnose or treat all 10-organ systems as chiropractic physicians are trained and licensed to do, and they do not utilize medicine or surgery as osteopathic physicians are trained and licensed to do. See the 2012 ruling Of Supreme Court Alabama Board of Chiropractors vs Dunn
Osteo- orginates from the Greek osteon (“bone”) and –practor orginates from the Greek praktikos (“to practice, do, or perform”). Although the term osteopractor literally translates to “bone practitioner”, the most recent evidence-based practice guidelines for musculoskeletal disorders clearly supports a “multi-modal” approach; therefore, in addition to the joints (i.e. the bones), the direct treatment of myofascial trigger points, tendons, ligaments and fascia (all connected to the bones…) is certainly recognized for optimal patient management.
The use of this procedure is based on the scientific principles AND the specific hands-on-skills necessary to achieve safe and effective thrust manipulation of the cervical, thoracic, lumbar, sacroiliac, and rib articulations
Click below to see different articles pertaining to the technique.
- The Needle Effect in the Relief of Myofascial Pain (1979)
- Dry Needling for Shoulder Impingement Syndrome (2000)
- Trigger Point Acupuncture for Chronic Low Back Pain (2004)
- Effects of Sacral HVLA Thrust Manipulation on Pelvic Floor Muscle Tone and Strength (2010)
- Motor Control Exercises versus Endurance Strength Training for Whiplash (2009)
- Effectiveness of Acupuncture, Exercise, and Spinal Manipulation for Low Back Pain (2011) Effectiveness of Acupuncture, Exercise, and Spinal Manipulation for Low Back Pain (2011) Dry Needling for Shoulder Impingement Syndrome (2000) Dry Needling for Shoulder Impingement Syndrome (2000)
vs Dunn s vs Dunnee the recent 2012 SUPREME COURT RULING: ALABAMA STATE BOARD OF CHIROPRACTIC V JAMES DUNNING