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Consumer and Lifestyle Archive

The “101” on Self-adjustments

Vivi-Ann FischerThere has been significant talk about self-adjustments recently. I consider myself to be a seasoned chiropractor with many years of experience. There’s not a lot I haven’t seen in this profession! I have yet to see a positive result from …

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Business Critical for Health Plans: Educating Consumers on Low Back Treatments

Tabatha ErckChiropractic care is covered by most health plans in Minnesota, and study after study shows that chiropractic treatment for low back pain is one of the most effective and cost efficient approaches to restore mobility, reduce pain, and help people …

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Want to Avoid Injury? Here Are 5 Things to Pay Attention to This Summer

After a cold and seemingly endless winter, we are all anxious for summer weather, and getting outside and doing things: gardening, sports, cabin fun (and work), travel, yard work, house painting and repair, and all sorts of activities that shake …

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Obesity and Chiropractic Care

Often I get asked the question: can chiropractors help patients deal with obesity?

I understand why the question comes up. According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, in 2010 approximately 35.7 percent, or more than one-third of …

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Plan Administrators: Survey Supports Chiropractic Care As Low-Cost Care Alternative

To whom should your health plan members turn to first if they’re among the millions of Americans who suffer lower back pain in the coming year? A new survey  (links to 4.6.2) from ChiroCare gives you more reasons to encourage …

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