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Article: Chiropractic Care for Low Back Pain

Abstract

Objective

The purpose of this article is to provide an update of a previously published evidence-based practice guideline on chiropractic management of low back pain.

Methods

This project updated and combined 3 previous guidelines. A systematic review of articles published between October 2009 through February 2014 was conducted to update the literature published since the previous Council on Chiropractic Guidelines and Practice Parameters (CCGPP) guideline was developed. Articles with new relevant information were summarized and provided to the Delphi panel as background information along with the previous CCGPP guidelines. Delphi panelists who served on previous consensus projects and represented a broad sampling of jurisdictions and practice experience related to low back pain management were invited to participate. Thirty-seven panelists participated; 33 were doctors of chiropractic (DCs). In addition, public comment was sought by posting the consensus statements on the CCGPP Web site. The RAND-UCLA methodology was used to reach formal consensus.

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Chiropractic Can Make Pregnancy Easier!

Preliminary Study Results Show Chiropractic Care Could Make Labor Easier

On April 8, 2010, from the New Zealand news outlet Voxy News, comes a report on the preliminary results of a study that shows chiropractic care makes it easier for pregnant women to deliver their babies. The current study is being conducted at the New Zealand College of Chiropractic in Mt. Wellington, New Zealand.

This study looks at how chiropractic care may influence pelvic floor muscle function in healthy women before and after childbirth, and in women suffering from pelvic floor dysfunction. Researcher Dr. Jenny Kruger and research director Dr. Heidi Haavik-Taylor are in charge of the study and are optimistic about the final results.

Dr. Kruger noted, "We are working with a number of pregnant women here in New Zealand and the University of Australia in Sydney, which is also involved in the study, is testing hundreds of women." She continued, "We are using state of the art 4D ultrasound to visualize the pelvic floor of women, pre and post chiropractic adjustments. We want to see whether spinal adjustments can alter the way the pelvic floor works."

Symphysis Pubis Pain Helped By Chiropractic

Symphysis Pubis Dysfunction helped with Chiropractic

Symphysis Pubis Dysfunction during pregnancy is relatively common, but that doesn't mean there is no hope!  Most women are told by their Obstetricians that they will just have to live with the pain of Symphysis Pubis Dysfunction (SPD).  However, Dr. Anne Lundquist has found that her patients respond quickly to her specific chiropractic adjustments that address the unique complaints of pregnant women, allowing them to be able to be able to sleep, resume exercise and return to being active.  Dr. Anne Lundquist has had specialized post-graduate training in working with pregnant women, and years of experience that allow her to be able to make a real difference in the pregnancies of her patients. 

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