Chiropractic Helps Lower Surgeries, Days in Hospital, and Drug Costs

The first Chiropractic adjustment occurred in 1895 and the first Chiropractic patient did not suffer from back or neck pain. The first series of Chiropractic adjustments focused on the restoration of a man’s hearing in Davenport, Iowa. The successful adjustments produced life changing results and created a ripple effect around the world. Today millions of […]

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Veterans Need Chiropractic A Safe and Sane Solution to the Opioid Epidemic in the Military

A growing commonplace trend reveals more people than ever being treated for back or neck pain with opioids. An estimated 84% of people will experience at least one episode of back pain in their lifetime. 15% of that number will be given opioids. 5% will go on to become long-term opioid users. Opioid drugs rank […]

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Healing Takes Time! Research Shows What to Expect…

The current medical model of healthcare unintentionally creates an unreasonable and sometimes dangerous perception of healing. Due to the predominant recommendations and use of prescription drugs, people become accustomed to an expected norm of instant relief and healing. The fast-paced quick fix culture often breeds unrealistic expectations for pain relief and disease resolution. People begin […]

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Opioid Drugs Proven Less Effective than NSAIDs for Pain Chiropractic Delivers Safe, Effective Drug Free Care

The opioid drug epidemic continues to negatively impact more and more people. Eighty percent of heroin users in America began their journey to addiction with a physician-prescribed opioid for pain relief. Opioid drugs kill tens of thousands of people every single year leaving kids, spouses, and families behind. Most of these tragedies begin with well-intentioned […]

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Research Determines Chiropractic Care Provides Military Personnel Relief from both Pain and Opioid Consumption

The pain and suffering experienced by military personnel all over the world escalated to epidemic proportions long ago. The challenges of training, physical demands of duty, and the unique levels of stress experienced by most military men and women increase the likelihood of pain and other health challenges. No other profession deserves adequate attention and […]

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