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University of Western States is a chiropractic college in Northeast Portland, Oregon. The private school has about 475 students. Wikipedia.


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TACOMA, Wash., May 21, 2017 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) -- Dive into wellness goals this spring and lose weight and address health issues with chiropractic and new services at Tacoma Chiropractic Center.  Dr. Lupe Sanchez, chiropractor and recent addition to the team, addresses the needs of patients holistically and can offer Graston Technique as part of an individualized treatment program. In addition, the weight loss program featuring Ideal Protein helps patients with significant excess weight lose pounds in healthy manner under medical supervision. New extended hours on Saturday make it easier for patients to get the care they need. The new chiropractor at Tacoma Chiropractic Center, Dr. Lupe Sanchez, received his Doctorate of Chiropractic degree from the University of Western States in 2011. He is a certified provider of Graston Technique, an instrument-assisted soft tissue mobilization technique. He has treated professional and amateur athletes at a range of sports events. He believes in a holistic approach to patient care and works with other healthcare professionals to treat and manage health conditions. The medically supervised weight loss program featuring Ideal Protein helps patients lose weight and get the support needed to make smarter eating decisions and create lasting lifestyle changes. Ideal Protein clients get personal support from individual sessions with a personal coach and daily video support. Patients can choose from a wide range of food options, including classic morning selections, crunchy bars, creamy puddings, and fruit drinks. Testimonials detail significant amounts of healthy weight loss and effectiveness for patients who may have had little luck with traditional diets. The two key components of the program, weight loss and a healthier lifestyle education, help patients lose and maintain their weight loss results. Developed over 20 years ago, the protocol has evolved and addresses the needs of the overweight and obese and their related health issues. New spring hours now include extended Saturday hours where patients are seen from 8am -12pm. Additional services support the multifaceted needs of patients seen at Tacoma Chiropractic Center by Dr. Cessalie Stalder, chiropractor and nutrition specialist, and the chiropractic team. “We have become a trusted provider of wellness services to Tacoma area residents,” said Dr. Cessalie Stalder. “New providers, techniques, programs, and weekend hours are offered to address the need we saw growing in our practice.” Dr. Cessalie Stalder, chiropractor and nutrition specialist at Tacoma Chiropractic Center, has served residents in and around Tacoma, WA since 2001. Patients receive optimal wellness chiropractic care and accelerated healing and injury prevention. Services include Graston Technique, Active Release Technique, chiropractic care, and massage therapy. Call (253) 759-1500 to learn about the spring service offerings or to schedule an appointment. Visit http://tacomachiropracticcenter.com/ for additional information on their hours, services, and location.


TACOMA, Wash., May 21, 2017 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) -- Dive into wellness goals this spring and lose weight and address health issues with chiropractic and new services at Tacoma Chiropractic Center.  Dr. Lupe Sanchez, chiropractor and recent addition to the team, addresses the needs of patients holistically and can offer Graston Technique as part of an individualized treatment program. In addition, the weight loss program featuring Ideal Protein helps patients with significant excess weight lose pounds in healthy manner under medical supervision. New extended hours on Saturday make it easier for patients to get the care they need. The new chiropractor at Tacoma Chiropractic Center, Dr. Lupe Sanchez, received his Doctorate of Chiropractic degree from the University of Western States in 2011. He is a certified provider of Graston Technique, an instrument-assisted soft tissue mobilization technique. He has treated professional and amateur athletes at a range of sports events. He believes in a holistic approach to patient care and works with other healthcare professionals to treat and manage health conditions. The medically supervised weight loss program featuring Ideal Protein helps patients lose weight and get the support needed to make smarter eating decisions and create lasting lifestyle changes. Ideal Protein clients get personal support from individual sessions with a personal coach and daily video support. Patients can choose from a wide range of food options, including classic morning selections, crunchy bars, creamy puddings, and fruit drinks. Testimonials detail significant amounts of healthy weight loss and effectiveness for patients who may have had little luck with traditional diets. The two key components of the program, weight loss and a healthier lifestyle education, help patients lose and maintain their weight loss results. Developed over 20 years ago, the protocol has evolved and addresses the needs of the overweight and obese and their related health issues. New spring hours now include extended Saturday hours where patients are seen from 8am -12pm. Additional services support the multifaceted needs of patients seen at Tacoma Chiropractic Center by Dr. Cessalie Stalder, chiropractor and nutrition specialist, and the chiropractic team. “We have become a trusted provider of wellness services to Tacoma area residents,” said Dr. Cessalie Stalder. “New providers, techniques, programs, and weekend hours are offered to address the need we saw growing in our practice.” Dr. Cessalie Stalder, chiropractor and nutrition specialist at Tacoma Chiropractic Center, has served residents in and around Tacoma, WA since 2001. Patients receive optimal wellness chiropractic care and accelerated healing and injury prevention. Services include Graston Technique, Active Release Technique, chiropractic care, and massage therapy. Call (253) 759-1500 to learn about the spring service offerings or to schedule an appointment. Visit http://tacomachiropracticcenter.com/ for additional information on their hours, services, and location.


TACOMA, Wash., May 21, 2017 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) -- Dive into wellness goals this spring and lose weight and address health issues with chiropractic and new services at Tacoma Chiropractic Center.  Dr. Lupe Sanchez, chiropractor and recent addition to the team, addresses the needs of patients holistically and can offer Graston Technique as part of an individualized treatment program. In addition, the weight loss program featuring Ideal Protein helps patients with significant excess weight lose pounds in healthy manner under medical supervision. New extended hours on Saturday make it easier for patients to get the care they need. The new chiropractor at Tacoma Chiropractic Center, Dr. Lupe Sanchez, received his Doctorate of Chiropractic degree from the University of Western States in 2011. He is a certified provider of Graston Technique, an instrument-assisted soft tissue mobilization technique. He has treated professional and amateur athletes at a range of sports events. He believes in a holistic approach to patient care and works with other healthcare professionals to treat and manage health conditions. The medically supervised weight loss program featuring Ideal Protein helps patients lose weight and get the support needed to make smarter eating decisions and create lasting lifestyle changes. Ideal Protein clients get personal support from individual sessions with a personal coach and daily video support. Patients can choose from a wide range of food options, including classic morning selections, crunchy bars, creamy puddings, and fruit drinks. Testimonials detail significant amounts of healthy weight loss and effectiveness for patients who may have had little luck with traditional diets. The two key components of the program, weight loss and a healthier lifestyle education, help patients lose and maintain their weight loss results. Developed over 20 years ago, the protocol has evolved and addresses the needs of the overweight and obese and their related health issues. New spring hours now include extended Saturday hours where patients are seen from 8am -12pm. Additional services support the multifaceted needs of patients seen at Tacoma Chiropractic Center by Dr. Cessalie Stalder, chiropractor and nutrition specialist, and the chiropractic team. “We have become a trusted provider of wellness services to Tacoma area residents,” said Dr. Cessalie Stalder. “New providers, techniques, programs, and weekend hours are offered to address the need we saw growing in our practice.” Dr. Cessalie Stalder, chiropractor and nutrition specialist at Tacoma Chiropractic Center, has served residents in and around Tacoma, WA since 2001. Patients receive optimal wellness chiropractic care and accelerated healing and injury prevention. Services include Graston Technique, Active Release Technique, chiropractic care, and massage therapy. Call (253) 759-1500 to learn about the spring service offerings or to schedule an appointment. Visit http://tacomachiropracticcenter.com/ for additional information on their hours, services, and location.


TACOMA, Wash., May 21, 2017 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) -- Dive into wellness goals this spring and lose weight and address health issues with chiropractic and new services at Tacoma Chiropractic Center.  Dr. Lupe Sanchez, chiropractor and recent addition to the team, addresses the needs of patients holistically and can offer Graston Technique as part of an individualized treatment program. In addition, the weight loss program featuring Ideal Protein helps patients with significant excess weight lose pounds in healthy manner under medical supervision. New extended hours on Saturday make it easier for patients to get the care they need. The new chiropractor at Tacoma Chiropractic Center, Dr. Lupe Sanchez, received his Doctorate of Chiropractic degree from the University of Western States in 2011. He is a certified provider of Graston Technique, an instrument-assisted soft tissue mobilization technique. He has treated professional and amateur athletes at a range of sports events. He believes in a holistic approach to patient care and works with other healthcare professionals to treat and manage health conditions. The medically supervised weight loss program featuring Ideal Protein helps patients lose weight and get the support needed to make smarter eating decisions and create lasting lifestyle changes. Ideal Protein clients get personal support from individual sessions with a personal coach and daily video support. Patients can choose from a wide range of food options, including classic morning selections, crunchy bars, creamy puddings, and fruit drinks. Testimonials detail significant amounts of healthy weight loss and effectiveness for patients who may have had little luck with traditional diets. The two key components of the program, weight loss and a healthier lifestyle education, help patients lose and maintain their weight loss results. Developed over 20 years ago, the protocol has evolved and addresses the needs of the overweight and obese and their related health issues. New spring hours now include extended Saturday hours where patients are seen from 8am -12pm. Additional services support the multifaceted needs of patients seen at Tacoma Chiropractic Center by Dr. Cessalie Stalder, chiropractor and nutrition specialist, and the chiropractic team. “We have become a trusted provider of wellness services to Tacoma area residents,” said Dr. Cessalie Stalder. “New providers, techniques, programs, and weekend hours are offered to address the need we saw growing in our practice.” Dr. Cessalie Stalder, chiropractor and nutrition specialist at Tacoma Chiropractic Center, has served residents in and around Tacoma, WA since 2001. Patients receive optimal wellness chiropractic care and accelerated healing and injury prevention. Services include Graston Technique, Active Release Technique, chiropractic care, and massage therapy. Call (253) 759-1500 to learn about the spring service offerings or to schedule an appointment. Visit http://tacomachiropracticcenter.com/ for additional information on their hours, services, and location.


TACOMA, Wash., May 21, 2017 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) -- Dive into wellness goals this spring and lose weight and address health issues with chiropractic and new services at Tacoma Chiropractic Center.  Dr. Lupe Sanchez, chiropractor and recent addition to the team, addresses the needs of patients holistically and can offer Graston Technique as part of an individualized treatment program. In addition, the weight loss program featuring Ideal Protein helps patients with significant excess weight lose pounds in healthy manner under medical supervision. New extended hours on Saturday make it easier for patients to get the care they need. The new chiropractor at Tacoma Chiropractic Center, Dr. Lupe Sanchez, received his Doctorate of Chiropractic degree from the University of Western States in 2011. He is a certified provider of Graston Technique, an instrument-assisted soft tissue mobilization technique. He has treated professional and amateur athletes at a range of sports events. He believes in a holistic approach to patient care and works with other healthcare professionals to treat and manage health conditions. The medically supervised weight loss program featuring Ideal Protein helps patients lose weight and get the support needed to make smarter eating decisions and create lasting lifestyle changes. Ideal Protein clients get personal support from individual sessions with a personal coach and daily video support. Patients can choose from a wide range of food options, including classic morning selections, crunchy bars, creamy puddings, and fruit drinks. Testimonials detail significant amounts of healthy weight loss and effectiveness for patients who may have had little luck with traditional diets. The two key components of the program, weight loss and a healthier lifestyle education, help patients lose and maintain their weight loss results. Developed over 20 years ago, the protocol has evolved and addresses the needs of the overweight and obese and their related health issues. New spring hours now include extended Saturday hours where patients are seen from 8am -12pm. Additional services support the multifaceted needs of patients seen at Tacoma Chiropractic Center by Dr. Cessalie Stalder, chiropractor and nutrition specialist, and the chiropractic team. “We have become a trusted provider of wellness services to Tacoma area residents,” said Dr. Cessalie Stalder. “New providers, techniques, programs, and weekend hours are offered to address the need we saw growing in our practice.” Dr. Cessalie Stalder, chiropractor and nutrition specialist at Tacoma Chiropractic Center, has served residents in and around Tacoma, WA since 2001. Patients receive optimal wellness chiropractic care and accelerated healing and injury prevention. Services include Graston Technique, Active Release Technique, chiropractic care, and massage therapy. Call (253) 759-1500 to learn about the spring service offerings or to schedule an appointment. Visit http://tacomachiropracticcenter.com/ for additional information on their hours, services, and location.


Barrow N.J.,University of Western States
Plant and Soil | Year: 2015

Soil phosphate research has been hampered by the persistence of superseded ideas and language. Consequently few have recognised the two phosphate-sparing effects of previous phosphate fertilizer application: one caused by the decreased buffering capacity; the other caused by the eventual cessation of the diffusive movement of phosphate into the adsorbing particle. This is one cause of excessive phosphate applications and thence to contamination of water. © 2015 Springer International Publishing Switzerland


Smith F.J.,University of Western States
Obstetrics and Gynecology | Year: 2010

Objective: To investigate the lifetime risk of first-time incident pelvic organ prolapse (POP) surgery with the intention of updating previous risk estimates that have been based on members of managed-care populations. Methods: Age-specific incidence rates of first-time prolapse surgery between 1981 and 2005 were calculated based on 44,728-incident cases. We estimated the lifetime risk as the cumulative incidence to age 85 years based on a life-table method and using the most recent cross-sectional incidence rates for the period 2001-2005. Age-standardized rates by calendar year were also calculated to show the secular trend in prolapse surgery. Results: The lifetime risk of surgery for POP in the general female population was 19% based on the most recent cross-sectional rates, a figure higher than the 11-12% reported from U.S. managed-care populations. Conclusion: There is a relatively high likelihood that a woman in Western Australia will undergo surgery for POP during her lifetime. If, as our results suggest, the burden of genital prolapse in general populations is higher than previously thought, there is justification for a stronger evidence base for prevention, early detection and intervention to reduce the personal and societal costs of these gynecological conditions. © 2010 by The American College of Obstetricians and Gynecologists.


Meyer T.W.,Stanford University | Hostetter T.H.,University of Western States
Kidney International | Year: 2012

There is renewed interest in identifying organic waste solutes that are normally excreted by the kidneys and must be removed by renal replacement therapy when the kidneys fail. A large number of these waste solutes are produced by colon microbes. Mass spectrometry is expanding our knowledge of their chemical identity, and DNA sequencing technologies are providing new knowledge of the microbes and metabolic pathways by which they are made. There is evidence that the most extensively studied of the colon-derived solutes, indoxyl sulfate and p-cresol sulfate, are toxic. Much more study is required to establish the toxicity of other solutes in this class. Because they are made in an isolated compartment by microbes, their production may prove simpler to suppress than the production of other waste solutes. To the extent that they are toxic, suppressing their production could improve the health of renal failure patients without the need for more intensive or prolonged dialysis. © 2012 International Society of Nephrology.


Wunderink R.G.,Northwestern University | Waterer G.W.,Northwestern University | Waterer G.W.,University of Western States
New England Journal of Medicine | Year: 2014

A 67-year-old woman with mild Alzheimer's disease who has a 2-day history of productive cough, fever, and increased confusion is transferred from a nursing home to the emergency department. According to the transfer records, she has had no recent hospitalizations or recent use of antibiotic agents. Her temperature is 38.4°C (101°F), the blood pressure is 145/85 mm Hg, the respiratory rate is 30 breaths per minute, the heart rate is 120 beats per minute, and the oxygen saturation is 91% while she is breathing ambient air. Crackles are heard in both lower lung fields. She is oriented to person only. The white-cell count is 4000 per cubic millimeter, the serum sodium level is 130 mmol per liter, and the blood urea nitrogen is 25 mg per deciliter (9.0 mmol per liter). A radiograph of the chest shows infiltrates in both lower lobes. How and where should this patient be treated? Copyright © 2014 Massachusetts Medical Society.


Whitehouse A.J.O.,University of Western States
Journal of Speech, Language, and Hearing Research | Year: 2010

Purpose: Specific language impairment (SLI) is known to aggregate in families. Debate exists on whether the male sex presents an additional risk for SLI. This meta-analysis examined whether there is a sex ratio difference in the risk for impairment among family members of an SLI proband and whether this is mediated by assessment method (direct assessment via psychometric tests vs. indirect assessment via questionnaire/interview) or relative type (sibling vs. parent). Method: Twelve studies met inclusion criteria, including 11 parent and 9 sibling samples. Risk ratios, indicating relative risk for language difficulties for males versus females, were calculated as a function of assessment method and relative type. Results: Direct assessments identified a male predominance of language impairment, with a pooled risk ratio of 1.73 for siblings (95% confidence interval [CI]: 1.20-2.52) and 1.54 for parents (95% CI: 1.14-2.07). No sex differences were observed for studies using indirect testing methods, with mean risk ratios of 1.12 (0.85-1.48) and 1.17 (0.92-1.49) for sibling and parent samples, respectively. Conclusion: A predominance of affected males among family members is observed when using direct assessments only. This finding is interpreted with reference to the strengths and weaknesses of different assessment methodologies and what sex differences may indicate about the biological mechanisms underlying the SLI phenotype. © American Speech-Language-Hearing Association.

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