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Why They Did It The authors wanted to compare hospital outpatient care with chiropractic for low back pain treatment. How They Did It This paper was a randomized comparison. The study consisted of 741 men and women. The subjects were aged 18-64. The Outcome...

Tuesday, September 5th, 2017

Why They Did It The goal of the paper was to basically pit chiropractic manipulative therapy against physiotherapy for the treatment of whiplash injuries. Which would be more effective? How They Did It This paper was a randomized controlled trial. 380 volunteers were accepted...

Why They Did It The goal of this paper was to try to find out what kind of reflex response is elicited from a spinal manipulation (chiropractic adjustment). How They Did It 10 men without any symptoms were used. 11 spinal manipulative treatments were...

Why They Did It The authors felt that sacroiliac joints (SIJ) could potentially be a source of sciatica. The goal of the study was to test whether there was a successful treatment regimen for a complaint of this sort. How They Did It 51...

Why They Did It Whiplash is a common issue following motor vehicle accidents. The authors of this paper estimate 43% of crash victims will go on to experience long-term suffering from whiplash injuries. The authors wanted to explore the efficacy of chiropractic treatment in...

Why They Did It Since there was a vacuum in the literature concerning the frequency and efficacy of thoracic manipulation in whiplash cases, the goal of this paper was to determine efficacy of thoracic manipulation in that context. How They Did It There were...

Why They Did It The authors of this paper wanted to compare hospital outpatient treatment with chiropractic treatment and their efficacy in treating long-term low back pain that was determined to be of mechanical origin. How They Did It The study was a randomized...