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A Landmark Clinic Is Moving

The Pain Stops at DoppsDopps Chiropractic Clinic, LLC has been one of the largest chiropractic clinics in the country and it is a homegrown business of Wichita.  Dopps Chiropractic Clinics were started with one clinic in East Wichita in 1976.  Dr. Brad Dopps was the first Dr. Dopps, D.C. but many more would soon follow […]

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Thoracic Outlet Syndrome and Chiropractic

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The Pain Stops at DoppsCan you imagine being told by doctors that the only “approved” medical treatment for your condition is to have your first rib removed? This is what Alex was told after being diagnosed with Thoracic Outlet Syndrome several years ago. Alex is 28 and has been a patient of Dr. Ryan at […]

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Annihilation and Antibiotics

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The Pain Stops at DoppsThese days, it is commonplace to receive a prescription for an antibiotic when you are sick. After all, antibiotics are a modern miracle, right? It will kill the germs that made you sick and make you well—or that is what most people believe. However, antibiotics could be creating more problems than […]

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A Safety Pin and a Grocery List of Health

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The Pain Stops at DoppsPicture a safety pin. Yes, like an old fashioned diaper pin, or the save-me-I-don’t-sew pin you used in college. A closed safety pin is a simple analogy of how your nerves carry messages from your brain to your body and back in a loop from your body to your brain. The […]

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Turtle Posture and Chiropractic

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The Pain Stops at DoppsYou may not realize the dangerous effects of sitting. More specifically, sitting like a turtle. If turtle were sitting at a computer, it would look like you do hunched over your computer. Turtle Neck Posture or Forward Head Posture is becoming increasingly common and could even be called Smart Phone Posture […]

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Chiropractic, Hospital Error and Staying Well

The Pain Stops at DoppsWhat would you guess to be the third leading cause of death in the United States? You might say, cancer, heart disease or diabetes. You’d be wrong. New research estimates that as many as 440,000 patients die in hospitals from preventable harm, says John T. James PhD in A New, Evidence-based […]

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Chiropractic and a New, Less Stressed-Out You Part II

The Pain Stops at DoppsHow far can you be stressed before you crack? How much stress can your body handle? In an article on CicleofDocs.com, (titled Cracking The Code To Breakthrough Health) Chiropractor and Dr. Gentempo said, “Lifestyle stress has three dimensions, physical (how you use your body), biochemical (what you put into your body) […]

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Chiropractic and a New, Less Stressed-Out You Part I

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The Pain Stops at Dopps(This is part one of two blog posts exploring stress and its affect on our health. This is an overview. Next Monday we will take a more philosophical look at why stress cause dis-ease in our bodies.) I am stressed. You are stressed. And we seem to take pride it in […]

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A New You: Taking Control of Diabetes

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The Pain Stops at DoppsWhat if this new year everyone agreed to stop being sick and tired—to take meaningful steps to dramatically reduce chronic disease in themselves and their loved ones? While the path may not be simple, it is clear that many would find a new lease on life. Diabetes is one of the […]

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Hockey Players Up Their Game With Chiropractic

The Pain Stops at DoppsIf you’ve ever seen a hockey game, in person or on TV, you’ve definitely witnessed bodies smashed, heads rattled and necks whipped left and right. If you’re a chiropractor like Dr. Ryan Dopps, you think, “That guy needs an adjustment!” From 2009-2014, Dr. Dopps served as the team chiropractors for the […]

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