Monthly Archives: September 2014

      A brand new study showed that people with leg pain related to back problems had more short and long-term relief if they received chiropractic care along with exercise and advice, rather than just exercise and advice alone.   The research was done at our very own University of Minnesota and published in the Annals of Internal Medicine,  September 15, 2014. Patients were recruited through newspaper advertisements, direct mail, and community posters.   Nine months after the treatment ended, patients who received chiropractic… Read more »
  Using survey responses from nearly 500 patients from chiropractic clinics throughout Australia, researchers found that nearly all patients (97.5%) were satisfied with their care and would seek chiropractic services again in the future. About seven out of ten (68.7%) sought chiropractic care for a musculoskeletal injury and 21.2% did so for general health purposes. Journal of Manipulative and Physiological Therapeutics, May 2014