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Hossein Sabbagh, D.C.

- Doctor of Chiropractic
- US National and State Board Certifications
- Post Doctorate Studies in Chiropractic Clinical Neurology
- Founding Member, and President of the Iranian Chiropractic Association (IRCA)
- Member of the Committee on Academic Assessment and Evaluation (CAAE), Iranian Ministry of Health and Medical Education
- Scientific Secretary of the Iranian Chiropractic Association (IRCA)
- Created and Developed the DPPP-SAA Treatment Protocol, Utilizing the Patented S1- Locus Monitoring Instrument.

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Applied Treatment Protocol

The Dynamic Patient Positioning Protocol - Sensory Assisted Application

I am currently implementing the Dynamic Patient Positioning Protocol - Sensory Assisted Application (DPPP-SAA), as the main treatment protocol in my Chiropractic clinic. This is a specific and unique treatment procedure which I have personally designed and improved throughout my 31 years of clinical experience.

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Lumbar Foraminal Stenosis; DPPP-SAA Decompression Protocol (Synopsis)
Lumbar Foraminal Stenosis; DPPP-SAA Decompression Protocol (Synopsis)

Lumbar Foraminal Stenosis; DPPP-SAA Decompression Protocol Synopsis Defining Structural Anatomy of Foraminal Stenosis due to IVD Herniation,Distinguishing the Sub-articular Space & Vertebral Foramen, Importance of Accurate Neurological Evaluation and Periodic Re-evaluations, Review of Limitations of MR Studies – Sagittal Views in T1, T2, T2 . . . You should be signed up and logged in and approved by Admin to…

Case Study – 27 (Discussion)
Case Study – 27 (Discussion)

Case Study – 27 Discussion It can be said that no two discopathies are born equal. Despite imaging similarities, each case can be unique in both clinical, as well as neurological presentations. In fact structural pathology does not necessarily correspond to the clinical presentation in many . . . You should be signed up and logged in and approved by…

Mechanisms involved in Intervertebral Disc Injury
Mechanisms involved in Intervertebral Disc Injury

H. Sabbagh D.C. Published: July 02, 2021 ©2021 H. Sabbagh (All Rights Reserved)

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Case Studies

Case Study – 27
Case Study – 27

Case Study – 27 This is a 55 y old white female who initially referred to my office complaint of severe pain in the low back extending to the left gluteal region of two months duration. Patient denied any trauma but reported heavy lifting during travel following which . . . You should be signed up and logged in and…

Case Study – 26
Case Study – 26

Case Study – 26 This is a 65 years-old white male with initial presentation of a subacute onset of severe low back pain extending to the right gluteal region and posterior thigh. Patient had attempted to jump-start a vehicle a few days ahead, following which pain . . . You should be signed up and logged in and approved by…

Case Study – 25
Case Study – 25

Case Study – 25 This patient is a 36 years old white male who had initially referred to this office complaining of pain and discomfort in the left lower leg and left knee of insidious onset, which eventually extended to the left gluteal region with paresthesia and later . . . You should be signed up and logged in and…

Case Study – 24
Case Study – 24

Case Study – 24 This is a 30 years old white female who referred to this office complaining of moderate to sever pain in the right upper extremity of 3 weeks duration. She indicated having experienced initial neck and shoulder pain over . . . You should be signed up and logged in and approved by Admin to see this…

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Office Holiday Notice
Office Holiday Notice

Please be informed office will be closed from September 16, 2021 through September 24, 2021. Future appointments will be possible through “Make an Appointment” section of this site only. Kind Regards, hsabbagh.net

IRCA Ethics & Public Relations Committees Meeting
IRCA Ethics & Public Relations Committees Meeting

IRCA Ethics & Public Relations Meeting Date: Monday August 30, 2021 (1400/06/08) Time: 22:00 Location: IRCA Webinar Room Invited: IRCA Ethics Committee Members IRCA Public Relations Committee Members IRCA Board of Directors Members Link: IRCA Conference Room Password: Please refer to IRCA committee directives section Chair: M. Khakpoor D.C.

“Happy Doctors Day”
“Happy Doctors Day”

Happy Doctors Day to All of Our Colleagues Across the Globe; …..in Good Health and Peace….!

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The 4th IRCA Symposium on Evidenced Based Chiropractic Clinical Practice
The 4th IRCA Symposium on Evidenced Based Chiropractic Clinical Practice

The 4th IRCA Symposium on Evidenced Based Chiropractic Clinical Practice, Main Conference Hall, Mehrad Hospital; January 24, 2020              

IRCA Conference on Interventional Pain Management
IRCA Conference on Interventional Pain Management

Iranian Chiropractic Association Conference on Interventional Pain Management, Main Conference Hall, Shohadi Tajrish Hospital; January 23, 2020        

IRCA Conference on Central Spinal Block & Pain Management
IRCA Conference on Central Spinal Block & Pain Management

Iranian Chiropractic Association Conference on Central Spinal Block & Pain Management, Main Conference Hall, Shohadi Tajrish Hospital; October 31, 2019        

IRCA Conference on Spinal Stenosis & Leg Length Discrepancy
IRCA Conference on Spinal Stenosis & Leg Length Discrepancy

Iranian Chiropractic Association Conference on Spinal Stenosis & Leg Length Discrepancy, Main Conference Hall, Shohadi Tajrish Hospital; September 26, 2019          

The 3rd IRCA Symposium on Bio-mechanical Dysfunctions of the Extremities
The 3rd IRCA Symposium on Bio-mechanical Dysfunctions of the Extremities

The 3rd IRCA Symposium on Bio-mechanical Dysfunctions of the Extremities, Main Conference Hall, University of Tabarasi; January 25, 2019        

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