Specializing in chronic pain management without drugs or surgery. Located in downtown Historic Kennett Square. Dr. David Shmukler specializes in treating Chronic Pain including Fibromyalgia, Back and Neck Pain, Headaches, Carpal Tunnel Syndrome, Sports and Work Injuries, Spinal Stenosis and Doctor-Supervised Weight Loss.
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[10/13/17] Dr. David Shmukler has joined Kennedy Health in Wilmington, Delaware. He can be reached at 302-754-3102 on Tuesday, Wednesday, or Thursday from 9:00 am to 6:00 pm.
[09/06/17] Kennett Chiropractic Center is closing on Friday September 8, 2017. Dr. David Shmukler has joined Kennedy Health in Wilmington, Delaware. He can be reached at 302-394-0113.
philly.com Ligament reconstruction seemed a logical next-step in a woman's quest for pain relief. But that's when the real trouble started.
philly.com Many experts, while extolling the benefits of exercise, say the primary villain when it comes to excess weight is what's on our menu.
[08/21/17] Our office hours are Monday and Wednesday 10 am to 12 pm and 2 pm to 5:30 pm. Friday are hours are from 10 am to 12 pm.
philly.com It's easy to think that eating all plants and no animals guarantees that your diet is healthful and nutritious. But does it?
philly.com When researchers offered new gym members a gift worth about $30 for going to the gym nine times in six weeks, attendance increased only slightly, according to a study by the National Bureau of Economic Research.
philly.com For many women, finding ways to regenerate bone density throughout our 20s and into our later years isn't always intuitive or even something we think much about.
philly.com A group of practicing physicians argues that the idea that stopping antibiotics early is not grounded in strong science and that policymakers, educators, and doctors should drop this message.
philly.com I remind clients that the evidence strongly suggests that when you reduce something in your diet it's important to be mindful of what you replace it with.
philly.com How much knowledge do doctors have about medications? What can patients do to educate and protect themselves?
philly.com The stereotypical problem with news covering nutrition is that studies not designed to answer specific questions are portrayed as though they do.
sciencebasedmedicine.org Current supplement regulations in the US (and many countries) are overtly anti-consumer and pro-industry, and are the direct result of aggressive industry lobbying and having powerful senators in t…
philly.com In a landmark report, scientists have endorsed three strategies for preventing dementia and cognitive decline associated with normal aging - being physically active, engaging in cognitive training and controlling high blood pressure. Its the first time a prestigious national panel has deemed scienti...
msn.com Another reason to bemoan middle-age spread: Even a paltry 11-pound gain may substantially increase the risk of major illnesses, researchers say.
sciencebasedmedicine.org Some people are reluctant to take statins because they don’t benefit the majority of patients who take them. Actually, most drugs don’t benefit most of the patients who take them. Since…
philly.com It never hurts to have longevity in your genes and few chronic health problems, but mind-set plays a role in how people age, experts say.
philly.com The biopsy shows cancer, so you have to act fast, right? Not necessarily, if it's a prostate tumor.
philly.com The controversial practice has been standard in many teaching hospitals for decades, its existence unknown to those most affected: people undergoing surgery.
philly.com Keep cold food in the front of your mouth. "The further-back stimulation is what triggers the brain freeze," said Stephanie Vertrees, a neurologist at Texas A&M.
philly.com The study was testing whether brain training could be helpful in changing unhealthy behavior. What does it mean for older people who want to prevent dementia?
philly.com Michael D. Becker, a former oncology biotech CEO, confronts terminal neck cancer by sharing his story and promoting the HPV vaccine, which protects against dangerous strains of the virus that caused his disease.
philly.com Researchers found that the intermittent fasters had a harder time following their diets and were more likely to drop out than daily calorie restrictors.
sciencebasedmedicine.org An Amish farmer is convicted of selling a caustic poison as patent medicine (and of witness tampering) and yet is defended by “alternative medicine” proponents who apparently want the f…
philly.com To boost your bone mass at any age, consider the following tips.
philly.com Those due to he**in and prescription painkiller overdoses cost $27 million last year, according to a new report.
sciencebasedmedicine.org The bottom line is that there are trade-offs and complexities when it comes to biology. A high carbohydrate diet is a risk factor for many diseases, and this is highly genetically variable. Types o…
philly.com Doctors trying to be empathetic to their patients' complaints may tend to overprescribe opioid painkillers.
Do you suffer from chronic low back pain?
philly.com To pack a power punch in the fight against osteoporosis, you'll need a well-rounded fitness routine.
philly.com It's no secret that Americans pay more for health care than anyone else in the world. We spent an average of $9,402 for each person in 2014 when all costs are considered. In Canada, the figure was just, $5,291, and in France, which was rated the best health care system in the world in 2000, it was $...
philly.com The lack of exercise more evident among females than males, study says
cnn.com 2.2 billion people are now overwight or obese, and the United States is leading the way, with the greatest number of obese adults and greatest percentage of obese children, a new study says.
philly.com How can Dad get healthier and stay that way? Experts offer advice.
cnn.com Hospitals are now including mindful eating in their weight loss programs to help overweight or obese participants shed weight. One woman said it helped her shed 62 pounds.
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