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Risk of Traumatic Injury Associated with Chiropractic Spinal Manipulation in Medicare Part B Beneficiaries Aged 66-99

Chiro.Org Blog: Among Medicare beneficiaries aged 66-99 with an office visit risk for a neuromusculoskeletal problem, risk of injury to the head, neck or trunk within 7 days was 76% lower among subjects with a chiropractic office visit as compared to those who saw a primary care physician. […]

The Medical Monopoly: Protecting Consumers Or Limiting Competition?

Chiro.Org Blog: Nonphysician providers of medical care are in high demand in the United States. But licensure laws and federal regulations limit their scope of practice and restrict access to their services. The result has almost inevitably been less choice and higher prices for consumers. […]

The Chiropractic Profession in Norway

Chiro.Org Blog: The chiropractic profession in Norway has increased five-fold in the last two decades. As there is no academic graduate program in Norway, all chiropractors have been trained outside of Norway, in either Europe, America or Australia. This might have given Norwegian chiropractors heterogenic characteristics concerning practice routines and clinical settings. However, little is known about what characterizes this profession and how it compares to other chiropractic professions in Europe. The aim of this survey was to describe major characteristics of the chiropractic profession in Norway. […]

Low Vitamin D Levels and the Risk of Dementia and Alzheimer Disease

Chiro.Org Blog: A new study ties low vitamin D levels to the increased risk of Dementia and Alzheimer Disease […]

As Christmas Approaches

Chiro.Org Blog: Support chiropractic research with every Amazon purchase3 this month! […]