Why Chiropractic Works: Research Explains Biology of Spinal Adjustments
Studies show that chiropractic can reduce musculoskeletal symptoms, and new research is beginning to explain why.
Are High Heels Really That Bad for Back Pain?
Many women have been chided for wearing high heels, since doctors argue that it can alter the curvature of spine and cause back pain.
Knee Arthritis Striking Younger Adults
The prevalence of knee osteoarthritis in younger adults is increasing, according to a new study published in Arthritis Care and Research.
Kids With Back Pain: A Growing Trend
The problem of children and adolescents with low-back pain (LBP) is important among pediatric and chiropractic professionals.
Relieve Back Pain After Auto Collision
A motor vehicle crash can be the source of limitless pain, suffering, and inconvenience. Some effects are short-term, but unfortunately for accident victims, other problems can last months or years after the collision.
Can Antibiotics Ease Low Back Pain?
Up to 40% of chronic low-back pain cases could caused by bacterial infections, and antibiotics could play a role treatment, new research suggests.
Helping Nurses Avoid Work Injury and Back Pain
Critical-care nurses are at greater risk of musculoskeletal injuries than many other occupations, and it isn’t hard to see why.
Over Half of Older Adults Bothered by Pain
An analysis of data from a 2011 study has reported a high prevalence of pain in the population of American senior citizens.
Why Chiropractic Mobilization Works for Back Pain
Chiropractic mobilization can create immediate, measurable improvements in spinal function for patients with lower back pain, a new study suggests.
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