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  • Satisfaction and Health-Related Quality of Life, Chiropractic Care vs. Opioid Analgesic Therapy

    Reproduced here from National Library of Medicine. The original print can be viewed here.

    Abstract

    Objective: The objective of this study was to compare patients' perspectives on the use of spinal manipulative therapy (SMT) compared to prescription drug therapy (PDT) with regard to health-related quality of life (HRQoL), patient beliefs, and satisfaction with treatment.

  • Inequities in Chiropractic Care in the Medicare Population

    Reproduced here from National Library of Medicine. The original print can be viewed here.

    Abstract

    Objective: The purpose of this article is to discuss evidence that supports the resolution of inequities for Medicare beneficiaries who receive chiropractic care.

  • Prevention and treatment of low back pain, The Lancet 2018

    Reproduced here from The Lancet. The original print can be viewed here.

    Summary

    Many clinical practice guidelines recommend similar approaches for the assessment and management of low back pain. Recommendations include use of a biopsychosocial framework to guide management with initial non-pharmacological treatment, including education that supports self-management and resumption of normal activities and exercise, and psychological programmes for those with persistent symptoms.

  • Opioid Prescription Reduction with Chiropractic Care

    Reproduced here from National Library of Medicine. The original print can be viewed here.

    Abstract

    Background

    The burden of spinal pain can be aggravated by the hazards of opioid analgesics, which are still widely prescribed for spinal pain despite evidence-based clinical guidelines that identify non-pharmacological therapies as the preferred first-line approach.