Fulcrum Health, Inc. announced today that it has added eight Minnesota chiropractic clinics and four Wisconsin clinics to its list of ChiroCare Centers of Excellence for 2018. The clinics join more than 96 locations in Minnesota, Wisconsin, and South Dakota that meet stringent standards designed to put patients at the center of the treatment experience.
The Warren Alpert Medical School at Brown University hosted a multidisciplinary panel discussion on non-opioid care pathways for pain management, including chiropractic care as a key component. The discussion was part of an evening symposium at the University titled, “Responding to The Opioid Epidemic: Safely Managing Pain Through Evidence-Based Interventions.”
Paul Osterbauer, an associate professor at Northwestern Health Sciences University and a chiropractor, has been named to the Minnesota Rehabilitation Review Panel, which advises the state and its Department of Labor and Industry on employee health, healing and workers’ compensation issues.
As most Americans know, the opioid crisis is in the news on a daily basis. To help address the problem, two chiropractors (John Rosa, DC, and David Seaman, DC) have written a chapter for Jack Canfield’s upcoming book, The Recipe for Success. The title of the chapter is “A success plan for pain-free living: an antidote for the opioid crisis.”
The top chiropractors from across the United States will join together in the “Expanding Your Practice Symposium” on November 9-11 in Orlando, Florida. The purpose of the conference is to bring together chiropractors and their staff members in a setting that allows them to share their experience and expertise in serving as a drug-free, safe, and cost-effective alternative to pharmaceuticals in helping to combat the opioid crisis.