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.
Ibuprofen Can Increase Heart Attack Risk, Study Finds
Non-steroidal anti-inflammatory drugs (NSAIDs) are very commonly used to relieve aches and pains.
Examining Spines of Children with Headache
Each year, more parents report that their children suffer from recurrent headaches. Diagnosis and treatment can both pose complications for health-care providers.
Foot Orthotics Plus Chiropractic Eases Low Back Pain
Did you know your feet may be to blame for back pain? The shape and arch of your feet affect how your body bears weight as you move.
Which Techniques Ease Pain from Computer Work Injury?
People who do computer work are at risk for a host of problems with pain and disability in their musculoskeletal system.
Chiropractic Patients Missed Fewer Work Days
Research suggests that chiropractic patients have fewer disability days for back pain compared to patients under conventional care.
Chiropractic Could Prevent Sports Injuries
Chiropractic care has been proven to be effective at treating back pain, neck pain, and other musculoskeletal issues.
Chiropractic vs. Injections for Disc Herniation
A new study shows chiropractic is as effective as epidural steroid injections for lumbar disc herniation, but with less side effects and cost.
Chiropractic Enhances Benefits of Exercise for Back Pain
Countless studies have demonstrated the benefits of exercise therapies for relieving musculoskeletal conditions like chronic back pain.
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