Social Media Posts for National Chiropractic Health Month
Thursday, October 02, 2014 03:21 PM

The American Chiropractic Association has offered someTwitter and Facebook Posts that you may use to spread the word about National Chiropractic Health Month.

Post these sample social media messages this October--or create your own! Link people back to your clinic’s website or the official NCHM public site, You can also promote NCHM by using the NCHM social media profile logo as your profile picture for the month of October and posting the “Why Choose Conservative Care First?” video, both of which you’ll find at

Patient's Willing to Pay for Emails?
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Thursday, October 02, 2014 02:24 PM

Recent studies indicate that while a low percentage of physicians use e-mail to communicate with patients, the majority of patients would prefer their doctor communicate via e-mail -- and would even be willing to pay for it.  Less than 30% of physicians say they use e-mail to communicate with patients, but a June 2014, study suggested 93% of patients would prefer a doctor who uses e-mail, and 25% of those would be willing to pay a $25 fee if they could get directly in touch with their doctor.

Exploring Patient Satisfaction
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Thursday, October 02, 2014 02:04 PM

A recent study sought to assess satisfaction with specific aspects of care for acute neck pain and explore the relationship between satisfaction with care, neck pain, and global satisfaction.  It found that individuals with acute/subacute neck pain were more satisfied with specific aspects of care received during spinal manipulation therapy or home exercise interventions compared to receiving medication. 

Nebraska: New Law Allows Chiropractors to Work on Animals
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Wednesday, September 24, 2014 04:28 PM

Nebraska:  Veterinarians aren't the only people who can work on four-legged family members.  A new state law changed that rule.  Previously the Nebraska Department of Health and Human Services contacted animal chiropractic practitioners after reading  stories in the newspapers about animal treatments. HHS said he was practicing illegally unless a veterinarian was present during each therapy session.

Now, after years of legislative hearings and monthly meetings with the state veterinary board, the dream finally become a reality.  “It’s always been a turf battle. Vets have said, ‘We don’t want to do it, but we don’t want you doing it either.’  The new law says physical and massage therapists, acupuncturists and chiropractors can now be licensed animal therapists.  Gov. Dave Heineman signed it.  

Why Young People Need Chiropractic Now More Than Ever
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Wednesday, September 24, 2014 02:53 PM

According to a recent study published in BMC Musculoskeletal Disorders,1 "It is now widely acknowledged that neck pain (NP), mid back pain (MBP), and low back pain (LBP) (spinal pain) start early in life and that the lifetime prevalence increases rapidly during adolescence to reach adult levels at the age of 18."

The study notes that by age 11, "the lifetime prevalence of spinal pain was 86%." The authors also found that "the two-year incidence of spinal pain varied between 40% and 60% across the physical locations. Progression of pain from one to more locations and from infrequent to more frequent was common over the two-year period."

These findings strongly support the importance of chiropractic care for children and teenagers. But there is another reason.

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