Current Newsletter Articles :: July 2021

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Parents Very Satisfied with Chiropractic for Children

A dissertation by Genevieve M. Keating and released by Fielding Graduate University in 2021 has the title "Do Children in Australia Benefit from Chiropractic Care?" This paper is an exhaustive look over a ten year period at the responses of parents whose children underwent chiropractic care in Australia. The author of this paper looked at. . . Read More
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Resolution of Urinary Incontinence in a 75-Year-Old Female Undergoing Chiropractic Care

On June 18, 2021,the Annals of Vertebral Subluxation Research research journal published the results of a case study documenting positive results of chiropractic care for an elderly woman who was suffering from chronic urinary incontinence (UI). According to the NIH National Institute of Aging, "Urinary incontinence means a person leaks urine by. . . Read More
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Resolution of Colitis, Breastfeeding Issues and Multiple Health Problems in Infant Under Chiropractic

The Journal of Pediatric, Maternal & Family Health Chiropractic published the results of a case study documenting the resolution through chiropractic care of allergic colitis, colic, plagiocephaly, and breastfeeding challenges for an infant who suffered a traumatic birth process. Plagiocephaly is an unevenly shaped infant's head with some sort of flat. . . Read More
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More Screen Time Equals More Spinal Pain According to Study

A study published in BMC Musculoskeletal Disorders (BioMed Central) on April 26, 2021, showed that an increase in screen time for children is directly associated with an increase in spinal pain. This study, titled "Spinal pain in pre-adolescence and the relation with screen time and physical activity behavior" was conducted at the Section of. . . Read More