What does Chiropractic Cost for people with Chronic Low Back Pain? – Research Study

Chronic Low Back pain cost more than most think. There is time off work and loss of productivity along with the cost of medical care. This research study shows more pain free and disability free days than with Chiropractic and that it did not increase in the cost, with a minor decrease in [...]

Chiropractic Research study – Lumbar disc herniations both chronic and acute 88% improved still after 1 year.

At 3 months, 90.5% of patients were “improved” with 88.0% “improved” at 1 year. Although acute patients improved faster by 3 months, 81.8% of chronic patients reported “improvement” with 89.2% “improved” at 1 year.

Outcomes of Acute and Chronic Patients With Magnetic Resonance Imaging–Confirmed Symptomatic Lumbar Disc Herniations Receiving High-Velocity, Low-Amplitude, Spinal Manipulative Therapy: A [...]

Study show Chiropractic gives chronic low back patients better movement over home exercise & high dose supervised exercise

Study from The Spine Journal shows chiropractic treatment gives better movement over exercise

Chronic low back pain is a complicated subject. Chiropractic has already been shown in studies to help with the pain. This study is showing that chiropractic helps with the movement pattern. More and more research is showing that the difficulty with chronic [...]

Study shows: 90% of low back disc herniations showed significant improvement w/ Chiropractic

 

Study shows 90% of low back disc herniations showed significant improvement with chiropractic spinal manipulation. 88% still show improvement after a year.

Chiropractic is shown again and again to be effective for disc herniations and back pain, before going for a steroid shot or living on pain medication, and especially before going for surgery, [...]

Why Try Chiropractic – better relief & lower costs than other treatment – research shows – Allentown Chiropractors

Chiropractic care contributed significantly to reduced costs and better relief since chiropractic accounted for 75% of CAM use. CAM users had significantly better self-reported health, education, and comorbidity compared with non-CAM users. Adjusted annual medical costs among CAM users was $424 lower (95% confidence interval: $240, $609;P<0.001) for spine-related costs, and $796 lower (95% confidence [...]