OxyContin, Vicodin May Worsen Disability of Back Pain
Popping a pill may ward of back pain for now, but new research shows that relying too heavily on medications may lead to worse symptoms later on.
Preventing Work-related Pain With Chiropractic Care
Two thirds of employees in industrialized nations spend their days sitting in front of a computer at a desk job
Treating ADHD With Exercise & Chiropractic Care
Attention deficit hyperactivity disorder (ADHD) affects somewhere between 3% to 7% of school-age American children.
Back and Neck Pain Can Deprive You of Sleep
Chronic pain in the neck and low back can cause a host of lifestyle problems and health complications.
Chiropractic Thaws Frozen Shoulder Syndrome
Many patients with shoulder pain are told have surgery, get steroid shots, or take anti-inflammatory drugs to relieve the pain.
Immediate Relief of Hip Pain After Manual Therapy
Manual therapy can lead to immediate improvements in hip pain, a new study suggests.
Chiropractic Helps Patients with Multiple Sclerosis
A new case series suggests that chiropractic care could ease musculoskeletal pain in people with multiple sclerosis.
Chiropractic Relieves Sciatica After Failed Back Surgery
Up to 40% patients continue to suffer from low-back pain and sciatica even after surgery.
Chiropractic has Greater Patient Satisfaction than other Medical Care
Research has shown that patients with back pain rate chiropractic care higher than other medical care for satisfaction with their treatment
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