Today’s Links September 22, 2015

  • Chiropractic for Kids
    Chiropractic for Kids More and more children are receiving chiropractic care and there’s a good reason why: chiropractic provides safe, natural treatment for a number of conditions while promoting wellness.   Multiple studies point to the safety of chiropractic for kids. In a 2012 survey of European chiropractors, fewer than 1% of children experienced side […]
  • Chiropractic Great for Pregnancy-Related Back Pain
    Chiropractic Great for Pregnancy-Related Back Pain Low back pain can be a serious problem when you’re expecting: A recent study shows that 61% of women report back pain at some during pregnancy. “Despite the apparent impact it has on women, many cases of low back pain of pregnancy go unreported to prenatal providers and/or untreated,” researchers […]
  • Preventing pain is the best way to avoid
    Preventing pain is the best way to avoid it in the future. What are you doing today to prevent future pain? http://ow.ly/StQpjFiled under: Uncategorized
  • Chiropractic Reduces Health Care Costs
    Chiropractic Reduces Health Care Costs Recent data suggests that expanding insurance coverage of alternative therapies like chiropractic could drive down overall health-care costs. A new study, published in the January 2013 issue of Health Affairs, provides further information into expenditure patterns and utilization of complementary alternative medicine (CAM). Since chiropractic is the predominant source of […]
  • Preventing pain is the best way to avoid
    Preventing pain is the best way to avoid it in the future. What are you doing today to prevent future pain? http://ow.ly/StQpjFiled under: Uncategorized
  • AMA Recommends Chiropractic Before Resorting to Surgery
    AMA Recommends Chiropractic Before Resorting to Surgery In an article written to educate the public about back pain, the Journal of the American Medical Association (JAMA) has suggested that patients seek chiropractic and other conservative back-pain treatment before taking more invasive measures. The article says that surgery is not usually needed for treating back pain […]
  • Chiropractic vs. Drugs for Pregnant Women with Migraine
    Chiropractic vs. Drugs for Pregnant Women with Migraine An estimated 30-40% of women with migraine feel their symptoms worsen during pregnancy, likely because of hormonal changes. These women often wonder whether it’s safe to continue their current migraine medications, or if they should seek conservative treatments like chiropractic care. At least one migraine drug should […]
  • Preventing Whiplash With Head Restraints
    Preventing Whiplash With Head Restraints Whiplash injuries are an expensive and painful problem in the US. Experts estimate that we spend $29 billion per year in treating the pain and disability that can result from a rear-end collision. But there are steps you can take to protect yourself from whiplash injury.The key to good whiplash […]