10 Facts About Chiropractic medicine


Chiropractic medicine is well established in the United States, Canada, and Australia.

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Chiropractic medicine has had a strong political base and sustained demand for services.

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Some mixers use techniques from alternative Chiropractic medicine, including nutritional supplements, acupuncture, homeopathy, herbal remedies, and biofeedback.

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Chiropractic medicine remains at a crossroads, and that in order to progress it would need to embrace science; the promotion by some for it to be a cure-all was both "misguided and irrational".

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Chiropractic medicine is correlated with a very high incidence of minor adverse effects.

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Chiropractic medicine oath is a modern variation of the classical Hippocratic Oath historically taken by physicians and other healthcare professionals swearing to practice their professions ethically.

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Chiropractic medicine is available on the National Health Service in some areas, such as Cornwall, where the treatment is only available for neck or back pain.

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Chiropractic medicine claimed that he had severely reduced hearing for 17 years, which started soon following a "pop" in his spine.

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However, its future seemed uncertain: as the number of practitioners grew, evidence-based Chiropractic medicine insisted on treatments with demonstrated value, managed care restricted payment, and competition grew from massage therapists and other health professions.

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Chiropractic medicine remains controversial, though to a lesser extent than in past years.

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