Archive for November, 2011

Men’s Health Urbanathlon

November 30, 2011
posted by Admin

On the morning of the Halloween Nor’easter, APRC’s Dr. Teytelbaum took on the Men’s Health Challenge and ran their Urbanathlon Course in Queens. NY. As he ran the 10 mile course, he overcame obstacles like the CitiField and Arthur Ashe stadium steps, marine hurdles, and climbing over a school bus among other things. And he scored a great time finishing in 1:26:59, good for 417th place out of 3,000 runners. Check out the course link below and get in shape to do it next year!

World Series Champions Credit Chiropractic Care

November 15, 2011
posted by Admin

Chiropractic Care Contributes to Optimal Performance of Baseball World Series Champions 2011 St. Louis Cardinals and 2010 San Francisco Giants.

Cardinal pitcher Jason Motte advocates chiropractic care

CARMICHAEL, Calif. – Nov. 3, 2011 – As the St. Louis Cardinals celebrate their 11th World Series title and the San Francisco Giants relive their 2010 championship, the Foundation for Chiropracitc Progresspoints to the role of chiropractic care in promoting faster recoveries, reduced risk of injury and enhanced on-field performance. Chiropractic team doctors Ralph Filson, D.C. of the Cardinals, and Michael Gazdar, D.C. of the San Francisco Giants, explain that regular chiropractic care provides baseball players with proper spinal function and balance to reduce the risk of spine-related injuries, enhance recovery time and improve overall performance.

Dr. Filson, who began providing care to the players in 1990 through its then manager, Joe Torre, Major League Baseball (MLB) legend, says, “Chiropractic care is always available to players of the Cardinals and the visiting team, it is utilized by many. With chiropractic care, players report that they feel better and have better endurance. Body mechanics are significantly improved, enabling better pitching, hitting and throwing.”

In 2006, Dr. Filson was awarded a World Series ring for his role with the Cardinals, and was proud to play a similar role in the 2011 championship. He also treated David Eckstein, Most Valuable Player on the Cardinals 2006 World Series Team, citing the importance of chiropractic care in helping players to achieve optimal performance: “I am proud to have provided chiropractic care to the Cardinals for so many years, and gratified that chiropractic has contributed to the players’ optimal performance during every game. We are all excited about bringing home the 2011 World Series title.”

According to Dr. Gazdar, who began working with the San Francisco Giants in 2008, and was seen by millions celebrating at the pitcher’s mound with the players following the game-ending play that resulted in the Giants World Series title, “Chiropractic care was a significant factor in the San Francisco Giants 2010 victory. One of the Giants’ pitchers relied upon chiropractic adjustments for all of his pitching starts, and virtually every player benefited from chiropractic services.”

Both doctors express their enthusiasm for the inclusion of chiropractic care for virtually every team participating in professional sports, including golf, football, hockey, basketball and baseball.


Two studies were released in October that raised doubt regarding the use of a daily multi-vitamin or vitamin E. The studies were published in the Archives of Internal Medicine and the Journal of the American Medical Association suggested that taking a daily multivitamin may increase risk of all-cause mortality in older women, and that the use of vitamin E was associated with increased risk of prostate cancer in healthy men.

Here’s nutritionist Dr. Alex Rinehart, MS, DC, CCN’s comments regarding the two studies: