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Chiropractic Therapies Reduce Pain and Disability

Recently, researchers conducted a study on back pain patients to compare the effects of staying active while receiving manual therapy (therapies commonly used by chiropractic doctors), with the effects of simply staying active. A total of 160 people were involved during this 10 week study. Results collected showed those receiving the manual therapies had less pain and a lower physical disability after the treatment as compared to those who did not receive manual therapies.

Source: JMPT. September 2004; Vol. 27, No. 7.