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Live Differently in 2017

January 04, 2017

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  • VA Study Finds Chiropractic Linked to Lower Opiate Usage September 17, 2018
    We’re all aware of the serious problem in the US with opiate addiction. According to the National Institute on Drug Abuse, 115 Americans die from opiate overdoses each day (about 43,000 a year), and we spend about $78 billion on… More...
  • Chiropractic Patients Less Likely to Suffer Drug Reactions June 7, 2018
    Most people experience back pain, and many of these patients use drugs for pain relief. A 2014 study1 found that of older adults with chronic back pain, 72% of them were using some kind of analgesic to help cope with… More...
  • Attitude and Recovery From Back Pain June 6, 2018
    Having a positive attitude may actually speed your recovery from low-back pain. Most people experience back pain at some point in their lives, says Dr. Markus Melloh director of University of Otago’s Centre for Musculoskeletal Outcomes Research in Otago, New… More...
  • Chiropractic Improves Jaw Muscle Strength May 17, 2018
    Chiropractic adjustments work by improving the function of your central nervous system. Because of traumas, injuries, or daily stresses and strains, it’s common to experience limitations in function or pain that can originate in the spine. Chiropractic’s goal is to… More...
  • Opiates Ineffective for Chronic Back or Hip Pain March 7, 2018
    A new study just published in the Journal of the American Medical Association finds that opioids are not an effective solution for chronic pain. In this article, researchers from the University of Minnesota studied 240 patients who had chronic back,… More...
  • Chiropractic Effective for Cervicogenic Headache March 7, 2018
    According to the World Health Organization (WHO), headache pain is “extremely common,” with headache disorders—which are characterized as head pain that is repeated in nature—afflicting as many as one in 20 individuals on a daily or almost-daily basis. An additional… More...