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In this article, we are talking about acute and non-acute low back pain. What are current healthcare guidelines? Why does it matter to chiropractic patients and non-chiropractic patients and are those in the medical field getting (and implementing) the information? To start off the...

This study was held in the UK in 2011 so the information is recent. The study makes mention of “stratified” primary care management which refers to uses of alternative treatment such as manual therapy. So, if one reads through this paper, it would be...

Here’s one on effectiveness for chronic spinal pain.  Why Did They Do It? The authors wanted to test and compare effectiveness of chiropractic manipulation in chronic spinal pain complaints. They used several different protocols including needle acupuncture, nonsterioidal anti-inflammatory medication, and/or chiropractic manipulation.  How...

It has been my experience that many women are under the false impression that they are not supposed to be going to see the chiropractor during pregnancy. That information is, again, completely false. Different chiropractors are going to have different levels of comfort in dealing...

Low back is one of the biggest issues that is seen in physical medicine and primary care clinics. There have been questions as to the effectiveness of Mechanical-Assisted Manipulation when compared to regular Manual-Thrust Manipulation as well as to the effectiveness of manipulation compared...

Whether we are the doctor or patient, we tend to think we know what happens when one visits the chiropractor. It’s just explained differently by different chiropractors. We hear all about the bones but what about the muscles? This research shines some light on...