Chiropractic Better Than Home Exercises and Drugs for Neck Pain

Man Rubbing His Shoulder Muscle

A recent study published in the prestigious Annals of Internal Medicine has found spinal adjustments are more effective than home exercises and far more effective than pain medication for the treatment of neck pain. After 12 weeks of treatment, 57 percent of the chiropractic group reported at least a 75 percent reduction in neck pain compared to 48 percent of people in the exercise group and 33 percent in the medication group. The long-term benefits were equally impressive.  One year later, approximately 53 percent of…

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Chiropractic Adjustments Found to Improve Creative Thinking

Woman looking into distance whilst thinking

Creative thinking is one of the greatest human assets to solve problems with new ideas.  A  study published in the Chiropractic Journal of Australia found chiropractic adjustments improved creative thinking and suggests that spinal subluxations may interfere with creative thinking. The “alternative uses test” was used to measure creative thinking abilities before and after a chiropractic adjustment.  After the initial test, each person was assessed for spinal subluxations. Subluxations are misaligned spinal vertebrae resulting in undesirable changes in spinal joints, muscles, and the nervous system…

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