Recent research documents chiropractic effectiveness, safety, and cost savings
Using chiropractic in the VA system for patients with back pain led to a 49% reduction in opioid prescriptions.
Chiropractic care improves the treatment of low back pain.
There are alternatives to get the job done for a patient who doesn’t like getting his or her neck cracked.
The field of chiropractic embodies the important trends emerging in scientific health care.
Does blood pressure medication make you more healthy? Allopathic doctors and chiropractors see the question differently.
A link to an article on chronic pain and the potential of “alternative therapies”
Employees of a large company who had back pain did better – and saved their company money – if they were treated by doctors of chiropractic.
Low back patients who continued to receive spinal adjustments every two weeks stayed clear of low back pain for more than 9 months.
The science of chiropractic and how it’s evolved.
A future healthcare system which does not make more extensive use of chiropractic is insane.
Dr. Karen Erickson offers simple guidelines for health.
As our scientific knowledge of tendon problems grows, chiropractic principles of treatment are proving effective.
A paper from the Canadian Medical Association Journal in 1986 describes the sad overuse of advanced medical technology, even where it hasn’t proved itself to be useful.
Your life is like espresso……
A radio interview of Dr. Ronald Lavine by Virginia Reed on Progressive Radio Network.
Dr. Lavine shares his insight into the challenges of providing chiropractic care for an aging population.
Manual therapy, including spinal mobilization and manipulation, is one of the best-studied forms of treatment for low back pain. Another research study has been published further proving the effectiveness of these methods.