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LLLT and Neck Pain Literature Review By The Lancet

Interpretation We show that LLLT reduces pain immediately after treatment in acute neck pain and up to 22 weeks after completion of treatment in patients with chronic neck pain. […]

Chiropractic Journals and Magazines

Chiropractic Journals and Magazines

The Chiro.Org Blog

Have you dropped by the Chiropractic Journals and Magazines Page lately?

This page contains convenient links to all the popular journals (chiropractic and medical), so drop on by today! There’s a lot more info like this in the Section


Chiropractic Reduces High Blood Pressure

Chiro.Org Blog: The Chiropractic and Blood Pressure Page reviews numerous studies that found that upper cervical adjusting reduces high blood pressurre. […]

Evidence-based Practice

Evidence-based Practice

The Chiro.Org Blog

As long as we’re on the topic of Evidence-based Practice, you’ll enjoy Anthony Rosner PhD’s article “The Shifting Sands of Evidence-based Medicine”.

Robert D. Mootz, DC, who is the Medical Director for the State of Washington Department of Labor and Industries also penned an interesting review in JMPT titled […]

Chiropractic and Infantile Colic

Chiro.Org Blog: After enjoying John’s posting on the Canadian BCA/Singh case, I feel it’s time to pour some gas on the conversation, to heat things up a bit. First, you can review the articles under consideration at the Chiropractic and Infantile Colic page. […]

Elderly aspirin use linked to brain micro-bleeding

The report released Monday in the Archives of Neurology found that older patients taking aspirin appeared more likely to have barely-perceptible bouts of cerebral “microbleeding,” detected by researchers with the aid of magnetic resonance imaging (MRI) technology. […]

One Was Not Enough?

The “Scientist” magazine blog posted a follow up on a report last week of a division of a ‘fake journal’. Yesterday a follow up post was made stating that the reported journal was not the only one of its type, which bore the imprint of Elsevier’s Excerpta Medica. The follow up post reported there were […]