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Current Newsletter Articles :: November 2022

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Opioid Usage Reduced with Chiropractic According to Study

A study published on November 3, 2022, in BMC Health Services Research showed that people with chronic pain who were prescribed opioids reduced or eliminated their opioid intake when under chiropractic care as opposed to those not receiving chiropractic. The study was conducted over a six year period on patients at a Ontario community health. . . Read More
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Chiropractic with Exercise Yield Best Results for Scoliosis

The British Journal of Healthcare and Medical Research published the results of a narrative review on October 25, 2022, describing the findings from multiple scientific studies documenting that chiropractic combined with spinal exercises showed the best results for Adolescent Idiopathic Scoliosis (AIS). The National Institute of Arthritis and. . . Read More
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Chiropractic Delivered to Pregnant Mothers is Safe for Their Fetuses

The Journal of Pediatric, Maternal & Family Health Chiropractic published the results of a study on October 18, 2022, documenting that chiropractic care did not have any adverse effect on the fetal heart rate when chiropractic care was administered to their pregnant mothers. The title of the study is "Fetal Heart Rate Monitoring of 33 Pregnant Women. . . Read More
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Resolution of Infertility with Successful Conception & Birth Following Chiropractic Care

The above is the title of a case study documenting the successful results of chiropractic care in a case of infertility. The study was published on November 1, 2022, in the Journal of Pediatric, Maternal & Family Health Chiropractic. The study authors noted that 20% of couples in the United States have had an issue with infertility. Of those, they. . . Read More