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Cohen & Haydu Profile in Independent NEPA Magazine

Cohen & Haydu Chiropractic Clinic takes chiropractic care to a new level with Drs. Aaron Haydu and Richard Cohen, whose experience and education go beyond their chiropractic degrees. Both are board-certified in orthopedics, rehabilitation, athletic taping procedures, and muscle therapy.

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Diplomate Status Achieved

In March 2009, Dr. Haydu earned his Diplomate from the American Chiropractic Rehabilitation Board at the 10th Annual ACA Rehab Symposium in Orlando, Florida. The Diplomate credential is the highest level of board certification in spine and extremity rehabilitation and follows 3 years of study and board examinations.

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Chiropractic in Professional Football (NFL)

Chiropractic has been widely used throughout professional sports to assist athletes speed recovery and enhance performance. On Sept. 27, “NFL Game Day Morning” ran a piece about how Jacksonville Jaguar running back Maurice Jones-Drew heals his body each week. Jones-Drew said he visits his chiropractor every Monday morning to get his body back in line after the hard hits of Sunday night games.

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Chiropractic Helps Pro Golfers Stay at the Top of Their Game

Professional and amateur golfers turn to chiropractic care as one of the best strategies for maintaining health on and off the course and achieving the best possible performance, according to the Foundation for Chiropractic Progress (FCP). Household names including Tiger Woods, David Duval, and Padraig Harrington are just a few of the professional golfers who rely upon chiropractors.

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New Study on Chiropractic Shows Clinical Efficacy and Cost Effectiveness....Again

The Foundation for Chiropractic Progress (www.f4cp.com) is proud to present one of the most significant reports regarding the cost effectiveness and clinical efficacy of chiropractic care in the history of the profession. Prepared by two distinguished and globally renowned medical researchers, the esteemed authors Niteesh Choudhry, MD, PhD of Harvard Medical School and Arnold Milstein, MD of Mercer Health and Benefits, San Francisco, CA, developed this authoritative report which reviews the existing peer reviewed literature and arrives at the following conclusions:

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Exercise and Mental Health

A 2009 study at Duke University demonstrated that 30 minutes of brisk exercise is as effective as medication for the relief of depression, and, keeps depression symptoms from returning. Before prescribing expensive and potentially dangerous medication, physicians should first recommend exercise and also check for low blood sugar and hypothyroidism, two conditions that can produce depressive symptoms. The Archives of General Psychiatry states that more than 10 percent of Americans now take antidepressants, double the rate since 1996.

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Vojta Program

On March 6-7th, Dr. Cohen presented a lecture program in Philadelphia for chiropractors, physical therapists, and athletic trainers on Reflex Locomotion according to Vojta. Dr. Cohen’s program helped practitioners understand the unique muscular function that occurs during the development of movement and how to utilize this muscular function in the rehabilitation of their patients. The program demonstrated exercises that enhance the flexibility of the spine and extremity joints.

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New Medicare Report Gives Chiropractic High Marks

The Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services (CMS) demonstration project, performed from April 2005 through March 2007, is good news for chiropractic, with 87 percent of patients surveyed giving their doctor of chiropractic a score of 8 or higher when asked to rate their satisfaction with care (1-10 scale), and 56 percent rating their chiropractor a perfect 10.

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