It is widely-regarded in the sports community that female athletes experience a much higher rate of injury than their male counterparts, and this is specifically true for ACL tears in the knee, which are roughly 4-times more prevalent. Why is this the case, and how can these injuries be prevented? This isn’t an easily answered question, nor does it have a singular answer; but ACL prevention is a large aspect of Sport-Performance Training for the female athlete.
A recent article in the Journal of Upper Cervical Research reported on a 32- year-old female who suffered with Irritable Bowel Syndrome (IBS), depression, and anxiety, who presented to a chiropractic office for upper cervical chiropractic care
The Journal of Pediatric, Maternal and Family Health recently published a case study involving the response of an 8-week-old female who experienced difficulty breastfeeding and underwent chiropractic care