A new study on preferred ways of addressing neck and back pain in the U.S. was released on October 1 by Gallup and Iowa-based Palmer College of Chiropractic in Davenport. The fourth installment of Gallup and Palmer’s annual report unveils new findings on Americans’ preferences for neck-and-back-pain care.
- New law protects chiropractors who travel with sports teams
- Christine Goertz, DC, appointed vice chair of PCORI board
- Maine Medicare expansion includes chiropractic
Researchers from the U.K., Australia and Spain explored the link between the risk of depression and following a high-quality diet rich in plant foods like the Mediterranean diet (MedDiet). They found close adherence to the eating plan could substantially reduce the likelihood of developing the mental illness.
- ‘Fitcations’ are a great way to shape up
- Exercise may boost brain power in Alzheimer’s, mouse study suggests
- F4CP celebrates September as National Drug-Free Pain Management Awareness Month
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.
- Brown University multidisciplinary panel on opioid epidemic points to chiropractic
- Northwestern professor advises state on worker health
- Two chiropractors are engaging in the opioid crisis
Life University (LIFE) takes pride in announcing the newest graduates of its distinguished doctor of chiropractic program. At the College of Chiropractic Commencement on Friday, September 21, 2018, LIFE awarded to 74 of its national and international students this esteemed degree at its Marietta, Georgia, campus.
- Life Chiropractic College West announces new vice president of academic affairs
- Life West announces new masters of radiology program
- University of Western States now offering advanced degrees