Vijay Patel

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Name: Vijay Patel
Date registered: August 10, 2011
URL: http://www.apmt.us

Biography

Dr. Vijay Patel earned his doctoral degree in Chiropractic from National College of Chiropractic in Lombard, Illinois. Dr. Patel is board certified in electrodiagnostics by the American Chiropractic Neurology Board. Dr. Patel has recently received training in Manipulation under Anesthsia (MUA). Constantly striving to give his patients the most up-to-date care possible, Dr. Patel attends many post-graduate seminars including such topics as neurology, research review, and sports performance enhancement. Dr. Patel has practiced medicine at Advanced Physical Medicine and Therapy in Mt. Prospect, Illinois since 1999. Dr. Patel currently serves as president of the Chicago chapter of the Illinois Chiropractic Society. He is also a member of both the National College of Chiropractic Alumni Association and the American Chiropractic Association. Dr. Patel is fluent in Gujarati. A lifelong runner, he has completed marathons and still competes in triathlons with his college mates.

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Chiropractic Care More Effective than Drugs in Relieving Neck Pain

New research indicates that chiropractic care and exercise are more effective than drug treatment in controlling neck pain, both long and short-term.  If neck pain is bothering you, schedule an appointment and find some relief!   Follow this link to the New York Times for more information regarding the research study.

Permanent link to this article: http://apmt.us/2012/01/chiropractic-care-more-effective-than-drugs-in-relieving-neck-pain/

New Year’s Resolutions

I would like to wish you a Happy & Prosperous New Year.  New Year is a time of resolutions.  I would like to encourage all of my readers not to make a long list of resolutions.  Instead, make one small resolution that has the potential to become a habit you can keep.  Here are some …

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Permanent link to this article: http://apmt.us/2012/01/new-years-resolutions/

Survival Tips for Standing in Line This Holiday Season

This post is from the American Chiropractic Association but provides a good reminder that standing for long periods can cause injury.  These sensible tips can lead to a strain free holiday season! The holiday season is here and with it comes lots of reasons for good cheer…but it can also bring added demands and stress …

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Permanent link to this article: http://apmt.us/2011/12/survival-tips-for-standing-in-line-this-holiday-season/

To your good health….

I recently read study that indicated that people who thought they were taking a multi vitamin were more likely to make poor nutrition and health care choices during the day. The gist of the article is that people feel a false sense of security when taking supplements. They feelthe supplements give them permission to cheat when …

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Permanent link to this article: http://apmt.us/2011/11/to-your-good-health/

Injury Prevention

This past weekend, I injured myself running.  You would think that I would know better, but I fall prey to the same bad habits as anyone else.  While I will recover from my injury in a week or so with no ill effects, I will miss some of my normal training this week.   I …

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Permanent link to this article: http://apmt.us/2011/09/injury-prevention-mt-prospect/

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