Published in the Annals of Vertebral Subluxation Research on December 5, 2019, is the documented results of chiropractic care helping a woman who was suffering from lower back pain and a chronic loss of her normal menstrual cycle.
Amenorrhea is the absence of a menstrual cycle. This condition is normal when a woman who is of the age to have a. . . Read More
Published in the December 12, 2019, issue of the Annals of Vertebral Subluxation Research is a case study documenting the improvement of a stroke victim in motor strength and balance after undergoing chiropractic care.
The study begins by noting that there are two categories of causes of stroke - ischemic and hemorrhagic. A hemorrhagic caused. . . Read More
The Journal of Pediatric, Maternal & Family Health published the results of a case study on December 18, 2019 documenting the successful outcome following chiropractic care of a pregnant woman suffering with low back pain. Back pain in general is a very common ailment. In pregnancy, it is even more common with back pain expected to occur in between 50. . . Read More
A study titled "Treatment of Patients with Low Back Pain: A Comparison of Physical Therapy and Chiropractic Manipulation" was published in PrePrints by the author Nima Khodakarami PhD from Texas A&M University that showed that chiropractic was more a cost effective mode of care for patients with lower back pain than was physical. . . Read More
A study published on December 18, 2019, in the journal Chiropractic & Manual Therapies looked at the outcomes of chiropractic care for elderly patients who were suffering with neck pain. The study was performed in Australia involving 288 Doctors of Chiropractic who contributed reports on elderly patients suffering with neck pain.
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In the December 2019 issue of the Chiropractic Journal of Australia are the results of a study documenting that patients who were under continuous chiropractic care showed an improvement in Heart Rate Variability (HRV).
According to Marcelo Campos, MD, in his article in the Harvard Medical School’s Harvard Health Publishing, "HRV is simply a. . . Read More