Tag: pain management with chiropractic

Healing a nation in pain with evidence-informed chiropractic

Approximately 100 million U.S. adults are burdened by chronic pain every year, with an estimated annual national economic cost of $560-635 billion, according to Relieving Pain in America. Dr. Mary Balliett, chiropractor and professor at New York Chiropractic College, says that her most important job as a chiropractor is to determine a differential diagnosis to… Read more »

Evidence-Informed Management of Pain with Chiropractic, Part 2

In a previous blog post, we introduced how Dr. Mary Balliett, a faculty member at NYCC, practices evidence-informed chiropractic care for her patients. In her clinical practice, the differential diagnosis is the key to her success in treating routine and complex pain and wellness cases that come to her office. She shares her office with… Read more »

Management of Musculoskeletal Pain with Chiropractic, Part 1

Research shows that treating musculoskeletal pain with chiropractic is successful. Clinical guidelines translate this research into evidenced-informed practice recommendations. The World Federation of Chiropractic provides suggested reading lists to help chiropractors stay informed about the most recent research and clinical guidelines on treating pain with chiropractic. The lists cover many topics on chiropractic and pain,… Read more »