September 2018 Edition. Volume XVIII

Adhesive Arachnoiditis: The Day They Poisoned JFK

  It has now been about 75 years since the myelographic agent Pantopaque® (called Myodil® in Europe) was first used on large numbers of patients including unsuspecting US Army personnel suffering from low back pain at the Walter Reed Army Hospital in Bethesda Maryland...

The Real Health Issue With Epidural Steroid Injections

National national attention has recently been focused on the issue of epidural steroid injections (ESIs) because of the use of steroids containing fungal contaminants resulting in fungal infectious meningitis.  Epidural steroid injections are commonly performed as an...

Managing Tick-Borne Disease: A Sad Chapter in Health Care

There are few issues in our society which are more disturbing  now than the present failure of “mainstream medicine” to appropriately address the needs of patients suffering from the effects of the most, and increasingly more serious, epidemic of...

Adhesive Arachnoiditis: MRI Diagnosis

It has required the advent of modern high-resolution Magnetic Resolution Scanning (\MRI) to finally be able to accurately and objectively document adhesive arachnoiditis as a disease entity.  MRI has emerged as an almost magical diagnostic tool.  Quality...

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