How to Have An Opioid Drug Free Life
In her early sixties, Catherine was beginning to resign herself to the reduced mobility of a much older person. She required daily pain medication to function at her office job, and had been on increasingly higher doses of the prescription for the last two years. Catherine was interested but only cautiously optimistic, when she got her first chiropractic examination.Read More How to Have An Opioid Drug Free Life
You Wouldn’t Take Heroin, But Would You Take A Prescription?
You go to your general practitioner, who sees you are in distress and wants to help. You get a prescription for a strong opioid painkiller and an anti-inflammatory. Once you are taking the drugs, a few things are happening without you realizing it.Read More You Wouldn’t Take Heroin, But Would You Take A Prescription?
Chiropractic Care Is Contributing Toward A 50% Reduction In Opioid Prescriptions
According to a recent study carried out by the Yale School of Medicine at Yale University in New Haven, Connecticut, chiropractic care is today contributing toward an almost 50 percent reduction in opioid prescriptions issued in the United States.Read More Chiropractic Care Is Contributing Toward A 50% Reduction In Opioid Prescriptions
Deadliest Diseases: Stroke
According to the CDC, “someone in the United States has a stroke every 40 seconds. Every 4 minutes, someone dies of stroke.” This is a difficult topic in the chiropractic world, however, we aim to provide valuable, scientific information on these subjects.Read More Deadliest Diseases: Stroke
Top 75 Chiropractic Blogs List
We will continue to share stories of the triumph of the human body and the intelligence of the innate life force within us. At this point, we will have three posts per month on Saturdays. We are planning out the next six months of content – it’s going to be fantastic.Read More Top 75 Chiropractic Blogs List
Integrating Chiropractic Care Benefits Asthma Sufferers
Asthma sufferers do not take for granted the air they are able to breathe. Studies show that chiropractic can be beneficial in reducing symptoms, increasing physical activity, decreasing medication use.Read More Integrating Chiropractic Care Benefits Asthma Sufferers