Improvement in Quality of Life with Multiple Sclerosis from Chiropractic Care
From the Annals of Vertebral Subluxation Research on December 11, 2014, comes a research case study documenting the improvement in the quality of life of a woman with Multiple Sclerosis (MS). The study reported on both the functional and symptomatic improvement noticed by this MS patient. . . .Read More
Chiropractic Care Eases Back-Related Leg Pain
A study published on September 16, 2014, in the Annals of Internal Medicine showed that spinal manipulation (SMT), as they called it, combined with exercise, could help patients with back and leg pain more than just exercise alone. This care is in contrast to medications, injections, or spinal surgery. . . .Read More
Fussy Baby with Abnormal Head Shape, Torticollis, and Sleeping Issues Helped by Chiropractic
In the November 2014 issue of the Journal of Clinical Chiropractic Pediatrics is a documented case study of a baby with multiple issues, including an irregular head shape, being helped with chiropractic. Abnormal head shape is known as plagiocephaly, and can come from the pressure of being on one side . . .Read More
The Medical Monopoly: Protecting Consumers or Limiting Competition?
"The Medical Monopoly: Protecting Consumers or Limiting Competition?" is the title of a CATO Institute policy analysis paper issued on December 15, 2014. As the title suggests, the paper reports on how healthcare has been governed by a monopoly which has caused an increase in cost and a drop . . .Read More