June 2009
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“Fake papers news” continue to surface.

We here at Chiro.org take great pride in providing current, updated and accurate information for chiropractors. In this the latest of my posts about fake journal articles being uncovered, I provide further evidence that what you see, not only on the web but also in “scientific” journals, my not be all it is presented to […]

Outcome Assessment

Do you use Outcome Assessment in your practice? Patient improvement, documented with pre- and post- scoring on questionnaires (QAs) like the Neck Disability Index, or the SF-36, are indisputable evidence of medical necessity and patient progress.

Our Outcome Assessment Page contains, or links to, many of the most supported QAs. They are especially helpful in […]

Government of Canada Makes Infrastructure Investments in Canadian Memorial Chiropractic College

June 05, 2009 16:44 ET

TORONTO, ONTARIO–(Marketwire – June 5, 2009) – The Honourable Gary Goodyear, Minister of State (Science and Technology), today announced more than $350,000 in infrastructure funding for the Canadian Memorial Chiropractic College in Toronto.

The funding is being provided through the Knowledge Infrastructure Program, a two-year, $2-billion program designed to repair […]

Low Back Pain and Chiropractic

Low Back Pain and Chiropractic

The Chiro.Org Blog

As you may know, until the late 90s, all chiropractic research was funded by our schools, or by research organizations like the FCER and the ICPA.

Even since then, the Federal Government has funneled homeopathic doses of cash towards chiropractic research. For this reason, much of early […]

Visit The FUN! Page

Like is too short. Stop and smell the roses! Visit The FUN! Page now!

Enjoy the Illusions and Paradoxes Page, or laugh at some of George Carlin’s humor. You’ll be glad you did!

Guidelines From Around The World

Have you reviewed our Guidelines Section?

Besides containing numerous articles about the weaknesses, mis-uses, development, and adoption of guidelines, it also contains a section at the bottom of the page that details guidelines developed specifically for “alternative medicine”, low back pain, Workers Compensation, neck injuries, rehabilitation, subluxation and a host of other interesting categories.


Patient Files and Complete Documentation

Chiro.Org Blog: Our Clinical Documentation Page is devoted to a full description of what is considered “complete” patient file documentation, as described by National Associations, Medicare, and Third Party Payors. […]

Disc Herniation and Chiropractic

Is It Safe to Adjust the Cervical Spine in the Presence of a Herniated Disc?

The Disc Herniation and Chiropractic Page answers this question as it reviews a number of articles devoted to this topic.