A new study led by investigators at the Palmer Center for Chiropractic Research, in conjunction with the RAND Corporation and the Samueli Institute, found that patients suffering from low-back pain who received chiropractic care in addition to usual medical care had better short-term improvements in low-back pain intensity and pain-related disability when compared to those who received usual medical care alone.
As a sign of how state legislatures are increasingly recognizing that it is possible to fight the opioid epidemic with chiropractic, the Missouri Senate, in a vote of 32-0, passed HB 1516, which opens Medicare program to chiropractic treatment in Missouri.
Sherman College honored alumni, chiropractors, and supporters during its 45th Lyceum, a homecoming and continuing education event attended by hundreds of chiropractors and students throughout the U.S. and internationally.
A new law in West Virginia aims to reduce the use of opioids by mandating that health practitioners who treat new patients in acute or chronic pain first refer them to any of several alternative treatments before prescribing opioids.
Foot Levelers, the world’s leading provider of custom orthotics, is proud to partner with Breakthrough Coaching to bring Jennifer Illes, DC, and her seminar, Evaluation and Management of the TMJ Made Easy, to the Expanding Techniques Symposium in Chicago on June 22-24.