Chiropractic is an amazing, effective way to improve your health, and we bring you all the Chiropractic News from the latest scientific research on chiropractic.

Treating Chronic Low Back Pain with Chiropractic

Low back pain is a very common condition, and one that is very expensive for our health care system. Experts estimate that chronic back pain costs the US about $100 billion each year in direct and indirect costs. As the… More...

Avoiding Sciatica Surgery with Chiropractic Care

The pain of sciatica often drives patients to opt for surgery. But new research suggests that chiropractic treatment can be just as effective as surgery in some cases of sciatica. Spinal decompression surgery, also known as microdiscectomy, has proven to… More...

How to Recover Faster from Low-Back Pain: Stay Active!

Low back pain patients who remain active are better off than those who are less active. Researchers evaluated how patients recovered from low back pain in relation to their activity levels. Some patients were advised to “stay active” despite the… More...

Chiropractic Provides Quick Recovery in Spinal Degeneration Patients

Spinal degeneration occurs when your discs start to lose some of their fluids, sometimes causing it to leak out through any cracks that are in their outer layer, possibly creating a bulge or rupture in the disc itself. While this… More...

Vitamin D and Spinal Health

New research suggests there may be a link between the body’s vitamin D levels and spinal health. The majority of patients who were about the receive spinal-fusion surgery had alarmingly low levels of vitamin D in one study presented last… More...

Chiropractic Effective for Scoliosis

A 2011 study revealed that a multimodal chiropractic treatment can significantly ease the pain and disability of adult scoliosis. This is one of the first studies on the effects of chiropractic and exercise on adult scoliosis, and showed promising results.… More...

What is spinal decompression therapy?

One of the most modern ways to treat sciatica is also one of the least invasive. That therapy, known as non-surgical spinal decompression, has successfully helped thousands of patients with sciatica, disc herniations, or other pain conditions. Several scientific studies… More...

Acupuncture better than drug for sciatica

Acupuncture could be better than a common drug for treating sciatica pain, a recent small study suggests. After three treatments, 57% of acupuncture patients were cured compared to just 27% of patients taking a common pain killer and 20% receiving… More...

Losing sleep to fibromyalgia

Sleep. It’s something many fibromyalgia patients have a difficult relationship with. It seems like it’s seldom there when you need and the lack of it manages to impact every aspect of your life. Fatigue, insomnia, and sleep disturbances are just… More...

Surgery or Conservative Care for Sciatic Pain?

When a patient discovers they have sciatica due to lumbar disc herniation, one of the first questions they have to answer is whether or not they wish to undergo surgery. Numerous studies have explored that question, and a 2010 review… More...