Today’s Links September 8, 2015

  • Chiropractic Relieves Radicular Pain for 85% of Patients
    Chiropractic Relieves Radicular Pain for 85% of Patients ​Recent research suggests that a multimodal chiropractic treatment can effectively ease radicular pain. Radiculopathy, or radicular pain, is a condition related to compression of the spinal nerve roots. This nerve impingement can lead to  pain, numbness, tingling, or weakness in parts of the body far from the […]
  • Chiropractic is Whole Body Wellness
    Chiropractic is Whole Body Wellness Most people think of chiropractic as effective way to treat back pain. While this is true, dozens of medical studies show that chiropractic can alleviate a number of other health conditions, while promoting general health and wellness. Studies show that chiropractic care can: Ease the pain of aging in adults […]
  • Chiropractic More Effective Than Drugs for Back Pain, Study Shows
    Chiropractic More Effective Than Drugs for Back Pain, Study Shows ​Got an achy back? You’re better off  going to a chiropractor than popping another pain pill, suggests the results of a new study. The , published in the medical journal Spine, shows that that chiropractic adjustments are more effective than a drug for easing back […]
  • Chiropractic Cuts Headache Pain By 71%
    Chiropractic Cuts Headache Pain By 71% Trigger point therapy reduced cervicogenic headache pain by 71% for patients in a new study. The patients also experienced a 59% reduction in neck pain symptoms, as well as improved range of motion and muscle function. Trigger point therapy is a treatment commonly used by chiropractors to relieve trigger […]
  • Failed Back Surgery Syndrome Relieved by Chiropractic
    Failed Back Surgery Syndrome Relieved by Chiropractic Back surgery isn’t a magic bullet for relief: studies show that up to 40% of patients continue to suffer from back pain despite having had surgery. Many of these patients are told they need another surgery, but the success rate for second surgeries is even lower. That was […]