Effect of Usual Medical Care Plus Chiropractic Care among US Service Members

Several weeks ago The Journal of American Medical Association(JAMA released a highly anticipated paper which examined the benefits of adding chiropractic care to medical care for low back pain. The findings reinforced the current guidelines indicating chiropractic care as an essential part of an evidence-based multidisciplinary approach to treating low back pain. With musculoskeletal disorders as the second leading cause of disability worldwide and an increasing public desire for non-pharmacological treatment; spinal manipulation has emerged as a highly effective and lowrisk option for patients seeking relief. Our clinical experience has mirrored what the latest research has showcased; that a collaborative approach to care yields the best patient outcomes.

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