The popularity of CBD oil supplements has skyrocketed over the last two years, and this year CBD debuted on the 22nd Chiropractic Economics Salary & Expense Survey. Check the popularity of CBD and sign-up to receive the full industry survey.
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The opioid crisis in the U.S. has led to a demand for natural treatments for pain, especially back pain. One of the most promising is cannabidiol (CBD), the active ingredient in many new topical pain-relief products. Becoming knowledgeable about CBD and its uses is a way you can serve your patients and give them an alternative for dealing with their pain.
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Feature These days, even if they haven’t tried it for themselves, almost everyone knows what cannabidiol (CBD) is, and that it’s derived from the hemp plant. Increasingly, health care practitioners are suggesting this alternative supplement—whether it be in pill form, an oil tincture, topical salve, or a sublingual spray—to patients to help to alleviate pain, inflammation, anxiety and more.