Category Archives : Chiropractic Myths

Chiro Myths – Chiropractors Only Treat Back Pain

The spine and pelvis (including the soft tissues therein) are the very foundation of every initial movement…our core and sub-core. All movement starts here. While chiropractic care is most commonly known to treat neck and back related issues, we see athletes from all skill levels and anyone from the youngest age to the oldest. If […]

Chiro Myths – Chiropractic Care Expensive

Research clearly disproves this myth. Multiple studies have shown that this is not true. A study conducted in 2010, published in the Journal of Manipulative and Physiological Therapeutics, showed that when care was initiated by a doctor of chiropractic, for patients experiencing low back pain it was 20% cheaper than when initiated by a medical […]

Chiro Myths – Chiropractic Is Not Scientific

Chiropractors have always sought to provide the safest and most effective healing methods for their patients. In order to achieve this, the chiropractic profession has been dedicated to conducting scientific studies to improve their diagnostic methods and treatment techniques. In the last 20 years chiropractic health care has established an impressive array of scientific research […]

Chiro Myths – Spinal Adjustments Are Dangerous

A growing list of research studies and reviews demonstrate that the services provided by chiropractic physicians are both safe and effective.  Following are excerpts and summaries from a few of the more recent studies. The evidence strongly supports the natural, whole-body and cost-effective approach of chiropractic care for a variety of conditions. For Acute and Chronic Pain “Many treatmen...

Chiro Myths – Spinal Adjustments Hurt

Quite the contrary. Many patients feel instant relief immediately after their treatments. In fact, most look forward to their chiropractic treatments. In patients suffering from severe bouts of back or neck pain, some discomfort may be experienced for obvious reasons, however, for most patients this is not the case.  Often times in the case of […]