At some point in our lives, everyone experiences low back pain that is generally of a mechanical nature. You bend over wrong, lift something or just wake up with it. The question is, what should you be doing for it?
A study comparing “family physician-directed usual care” and “chiropractic spinal manipulative therapy” was conducted in a “hospital-based spine program outpatient clinic” to see which was more effective.
The results found that the chiropractic care was “associated with significantly greater improvement in condition-specific functioning.” If you experience back pain, see your doctor of chiropractic for superior care.
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