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Is There Proof Chiropractic Care Is A Safe And Effective Treatment For Back Pain, Neck Pain And Headache Relief?
Many Top Athletes and Celebrities (who can afford and have access to ANY treatment in the world) choose Chiropractic to relieve back pain, neck pain, headaches and more. There must be a reason…
Duke University Study: Is Chiropractic Effective For Headaches?
According to Evidence Report: Behavioral and Physical Treatments for Tension-type and Cervicogenic Head: Cervical spinal manipulation was associated with improvement in headache outcomes in two trials involving patients with neck pain and/or neck dysfunction and headache. Manipulation appeared to result in immediate improvement in headache severity when used to treat episodes of cervicogenic headache when compared with an attention-placebo control. Furthermore, when compared to soft-tissue therapies (massage), a course of manipulation treatments resulted in sustained improvement in headache frequency and severity.
End Back Pain?
Research Shows Chiropractic Is Safe And Effective For Low Back Pain (LBP):
According to The Manga Report: A Study to Examine the Effectiveness and Cost Effectiveness of Chiropractic Management of Low-Back Pain: “On the evidence, particularly the most scientifically valid clinical studies, spinal manipulation applied by chiropractors is shown to be more effective than alternative treatments for LBP. Many medical therapies are of questionable validity or are clearly inadequate.”
“There is no clinical or case-control study that demonstrates or even implies that chiropractic spinal manipulation is unsafe in the treatment of low-back pain. Some medical treatments are equally safe, but others are unsafe and generate iatrogenic complications for LBP patients. Our reading of the literature suggests that chiropractic manipulation is safer than medical management of low-back pain.”
“There is an overwhelming body of evidence indicating that chiropractic management of low-back pain is more cost-effective than medical management.”
Neck Pain A Thing Of The Past?
According to the American Chiropractic Association: “Research Supporting Chiropractic Care
One of the most recent reviews of scientific literature found evidence that patients with chronic neck pain enrolled in clinical trials reported significant improvement following chiropractic spinal manipulation.
As part of the literature review, published in the March/April 2007 issue of the Journal of
Manipulative and Physiological Therapeutics, the researchers reviewed nine previously published trials and found “high-quality evidence” that patients with chronic neck pain showed significant pain-level improvements following spinal manipulation. No trial group was reported as having remained unchanged, and all groups showed positive changes up to 12 weeks post-treatment.”
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