Transforming toward a new care model that is patient-centered, comprehensive, collaborative and conservative, the U.S. healthcare system is incorporating chiropractic care as a drug-free treatment approach for the management of spinal disorders. Four recent independent studies highlighted by the Foundation for Chiropractic Progress (F4CP), a not-for-profit organization dedicated to educating the public about the benefits of chiropractic care, validate how chiropractic care blends with the new health care model of collaboration and coordination.
- Dolly Wallace, LMT, BCTMB, receives Florida Chiropractic’s Association’s 2018 LMT of the Year Award
- Dr. Sherry McAllister, Executive Vice President, Foundation for Chiropractic Progress, accepted into Forbes Nonprofit Council
- UnitedHealthcare reverses position on coverage of manipulative therapy for headache
There are plenty of reasons to work out, and this may be another: Exercise promotes the growth of new brain cells that improve thinking in mice with a form of Alzheimer’s disease, a new study finds. Massachusetts General Hospital (MGH) researchers reported that it may be possible to develop drug and gene therapies that trigger the same beneficial effects in people with the brain disease.
- F4CP celebrates September as National Drug-Free Pain Management Awareness Month
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A recent study published by Palmer Center for Chiropractic Research investigators and collaborators in the Journal of Alternative and Complementary Medicine says patients, health-care administrators and medical physicians see value when chiropractic care is integrated into multidisciplinary settings.
- F4CP celebrates record contributions at Orlando convention
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Logan University and The University of Memphis (UofM) have teamed up for a new partnership wherein UofM student athletes now have access to on-site chiropractic care. Representing Logan, Jude Miller, DC, MS, CCSP, CME, will serve as the team chiropractic physician at UofM. Student athletes attending UofM will have an opportunity to receive quality chiropractic care while Logan Doctor of Chiropractic students―working under the supervision of Miller―will have opportunities to complete rotations, assisting with chiropractic care as well as soft tissue work, dry needling, kinesio taping and laser therapy.
- Oakland chiropractor Willard Smith, DC, honored at The WAVE18
- Parker University re-elects chairman of the board of trustees
- New York Chiropractic College announces licensed chiropractic assistant program