Posts Tagged ‘ Back pain ’

Chiropractic vs. Medicine for Acute LBP: No Contest. What a surprise.

February 5, 2011
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Chiropractic vs. Medicine for Acute LBP: No Contest. What a surprise.

I don’t normally use research studies to make a point, but as skeptics are very fond of them and have been ignoring this one, I thought I would give it a mention. Skeptics like Edzard |Ernst were widely quoted in the media in 2007 when a study showed spinal manipulation performed by unskilled practitioners...

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A chiropractic adjustment performed skilfully works whether you believe in it or not.

January 13, 2010
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Only the most dogmatic sceptics would argue that chiropractic is not an effective intervention for spinal joint dysfunction/subluxation. The challenge for the chiropractic profession is to articulate the theory of the vertebral subluxation complex and explain how this theory relates to other conditions. Consensus is the key to the future success of the chiropractic...

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Sedentary posture and back pain

July 1, 2009
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Sedentary posture and back pain

NATION IS BENDING OVER BACKWARDS AT WORK The British Chiropractic Association (BCA) reveals the top five back breaking professions October 16th is World Spine Day Forget manual labour, office work has been named the top back breaking profession by the BCA. Research conducted amongst BCA Chiropractors overwhelmingly found that sedentary PC posture is likely...

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The GCC vision for chiropractic

December 1, 2004
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Over a hundred years ago DD Palmer the founder of Chiropractic presented his hypothesis, that there was a relationship between the function of the nervous system and wellbeing, while we now know his "bone out of place" theory was wrong, the hypothesis is as relevant as ever, and is well articulated in the Vertebral...

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