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Why do chiropractors claim to help more than just back pain? Isn’t this just quackery? (Q&A – 3)

There is an idea that chiropractic care is for back pain, and back pain only. And if a chiropractor makes the claim that they can help with a symptom away from the spine, then that chiropractor is acting like a quack. Let’s dig into this situation and find out what …

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why does my chiropractor recommend repeat visits

Is it all about the money? Why does my chiropractor recommend return visits? (Q&A – 2)

A common question asked online by chiropractic patients (or potential patients) is about the need to return for repeat visits. Websites like Quora and Reddit have a large variety of posts regarding this subject. Without fail there is always the cynical answer from at least one participant who says that …

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Why does my radiology report say normal but my chiropractor says there’s a problem? (Q&A – 1)

Sometimes there’s a mismatch between what a radiology report says about our x-rays vs. what a chiropractor says about the same images. We go over the reasons why this happens, and why it matters. And we look at what’s different when a medical doctor examines an x-ray and when a …

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Is this why I’m healing slower than I expected?

One powerful reason why some spinal healing takes longer than anticipated. Healing in most body tissues requires clotting and inflammation Healing from any injury requires inflammation. And almost everywhere in the body, the first part of the inflammatory process requires some sort of clotting. Clotting is where blood cells and …

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How to work from home without your rear-end going numb – strategies and products that work for the low back

Your butt is going numb. Or your low back is burning. Or maybe it feels like something is burrowing into your hip. It’s time for an ergonomics series that looks at some of options to help you deal with the challenge of working in a new at-home office environment. In …

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