We understand that there can be a shortage of reliable resources for those who wish to take a natural and holistic approach to their health. We aim to educate our patients about chiropractic and other natural solutions to common health problems in order to motivate them to take a more active and responsible role in restoring and maintaining their own health as well as that of the people around them. For many, learning the meaning of "subluxation," or nerve interference caused by misalligned spinal bones, and its role in a wide variety of health concerns, is an eye-opening or even life changing revelation. We have had countless patients discover that health challenges they have struggled with for years have a solution. With their new understanding, their problem has a cause, and chiropractic can help!
The following resources have been assembled to provide you with more chiropractic wellness care information available on the internet.
Chiropractic is Safe.
Records from insurance and court cases have constantly shown that chiropractic is the safest portal of entry health care available to the public today. Although no healthcare procedures are 100% safe, chiropractic stands on its record of safety and effectiveness unmatched in healthcare. To learn more about the safety record of chiropractic please visit the website Chiropractic Is Safe at www.chiropracticissafe.org.
Chiropractic History Archive - Joseph C. Keating Jr, PhD
Chiropractic in the United States: Training, Practice, and Research (1997) - Cherkin, Daniel C.; Mootz, Robert D.
Chiropractic treatments for back pain - Steven G. Yeomans, DC. A Spine-health.com feature (use menu points on left side)
National Directory of Chiropractic - Listing of Chiropractors and information on education and the profession.
National Center for Complementary and Alternative Medicine - National Institute of Health - Manipulative and Body-Based Practices
Planet Chiropractic One of the oldest websites about chiropractic, written by chiropractors for chiropractors and the general public.