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Effective management of low back pain: it’s time to accept the evidence

July 14, 2014

Low back pain is a ubiquitous and economically costly problem. Unfortunately, the clinical management of low back pain is not yet well understood. Chiropractic management of back pain, long the black sheep of back care, has undergone a transition and is now a more respected and understood alternative to conservative medical care, itself under increased

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A Retrospective Demographic Study at the Calgary Urban Project Society: Chiropractic Service Delivery Beyond “Upper-Middle Class”

June 27, 2014

The segments of society that suffer the greatest musculoskeletal disability tend to be the lower income groups 1,2,3 and yet little has been written about their use of chiropractic care. This one year retrospective study was intended to gain insight into chiropractic service utilization within this low-income bracket by examining the demographics of users of

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Chiropractic utilization in BMX athletes at the UCI World Championships: a retrospective study

June 10, 2014

Objective: To examine paramedical (chiropractic, physiotherapy and massage therapy) utilization among high-level BMX athletes following sport-related injury at the 2007 UCI World Championships. Methods: Retrospective analysis was conducted on a dataset from international male and female BMX athletes (n = 110) who sustained injury in training and competition at the 2007 BMX World Championships. Results:

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