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JAMA Suggests Chiropractic Before Surgery

In the April 24, 2013, edition of the Journal of the American Medical Association (JAMA), chiropractic is recommended as a form of treatment that should be tried before resorting to medical interventions such as surgery. 

According to the article, surgery is not usually needed and should only be considered if more conservative therapies fail. The information in JAMA reinforces the notion that conservative care options should serve as a first line of defense against pain. 

The article, part of JAMA's Patient Page public education series, explains that the back is made up of bones, nerves, muscles, and other soft tissues such as ligaments and tendons that support posture and give the body flexibility, and that back pain can be caused by problems with any of the structures in the back. Source: American Chiropractic Association


Segment of TV show "Healing Quest" featuring Dr. Robert Adams, DC DABCN discussing the treatment of ADD and dyslexia naturally using chiropractic neurology.


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