A new study published in The SPINE Journal (2018) concludes spinal manipulation is most likely to reduce chronic low back pain and improve function when compared to other approaches. The research examines the safety and effectiveness of various manipulation and mobilization therapies for treatment of chronic low back pain. According to the Foundation for Chiropractic Progress (F4CP) results show that both manipulation and mobilization are likely to reduce pain and improve function for patients with chronic low back pain.
- House introduces bill to expand chiropractic access to military retirees, families
- Special Alert: The Foundation for Chiropractic Progress strikes back
- National Chiropractic Leadership Conference 2018 speaker schedule announced
Lovers of Indian food, give yourselves a second helping: Daily consumption of a certain form of curcumin — the substance that gives Indian curry its bright color — improved memory and mood in people with mild, age-related memory loss, according to the results of a study conducted by UCLA researchers. The research, published online Jan. 19 in the American Journal of Geriatric Psychiatry, examined the effects of an easily absorbed curcumin supplement on memory performance in people without dementia.
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- Report: Industry hid decades-old study showing sugar’s unhealthy effects
When Medicare claims are denied, especially for the medical necessity denials, if the doctor does not agree with the denial, the claim must be appealed. However, for the past few years, Medicare has become woefully behind on processing appeals. So much so, in fact, that they have decided to cry uncle.
- Research shows benefits of workplace clinics
- Multi Radiance Medical Super Pulsed Lasers receive FDA clearance for neck and shoulder pain
- Carlson gives red aprons to retail stores in support of Wear Red Day
On October 6-7, 2018, Sherman College of Chiropractic will host the 15th annual International Research and Philosophy Symposium (IRAPS), a peer-reviewed chiropractic conference that addresses vertebral subluxation research and the philosophy of chiropractic. Continuing education credit will be available; details will be released after speakers have been selected. The goal of IRAPS 2018 is to bring together leaders in philosophy and research.
- Cleveland University-Kansas City to offer second installment of Certified Chiropractic Sports Physician Program
- NUHS Whole Health Center welcomes new chiropractic technology for pain treatment
- D.D. Palmer comes to life at Life West’s Chiropractic Museum