Low Back Pain During Pregnancy Responds To Chiropractic Care

This article concluded that most pregnant patients undergoing chiropractic treatment reported clinically relevant improvement at all time points of 1 week, 1 month, 3 months, 6 m onths and 1 year. Outcomes of pregnant patients with low back pain undergoing chiropractic treatment: a prospective cohort study with short term, medium term and 1 year follow-up…

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The Comparative Effect of Episodes of Chiropractic and Medical Treatment on the Health of Older Adults

This study provides evidence of the comparative effectiveness of chiropractic care relative to medical-only services on the functional health of older adults during acute episodes of back care. Given the literature supporting a minimally effective chiropractic treatment level for back problems, this research provides additional support that such therapeutic levels are indeed beneficial in terms…

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Why not everyone with low back pain chooses chiropractic care

J Can Chiropr Assoc. 2013 Mar; 57(1): 6–9. PMCID: PMC3580998 Simon Dagenais, DC, PhD, MSc Introduction It has been estimated that low back pain (LBP) will affect 84% of the general adult population at some point in their life, with 49% reporting some LBP in the previous 6 months, 23% suffering from chronic LBP, and…

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Does the “Crack” Heard During My Treatment Improve My Clinical Outcomes

These authors state that the “crack” you hear during your chiropractic adjustments may improve the outcome of an adjustment, but the therapeutic benefits of the audible crack are likely to be more psychological, and not physiological Does an audible release improve the outcome of a chiropractic adjustment? J Can Chiropr Assoc. 2004 Sep; 48(3): 237–239.…

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