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  • Should Medicare Expand Coverage for Chiropractic Services? respond well to chirpopractic management.   The integration of chiropractic physicians as fully engaged Medicare providers has the potential to enhance the capacity of the Medicare workforce to care for the growing population.   We recommend that Medicare policy makers consider limited expansion of Medicare coverage to include, at a minimum, reimbursement for evaluation and management services by chiropractic physicians.

  • Anatomy Curriculum For Chiropractic Training.   Serious and life-threatening medical conditions of the organs such as aortic aneurysm, ectopic pregnancy, myocardial infarction, and pancreatic or renal carcinoma can present as acute back pain. [5, 14]   Therefore, chiropractic students must have a good understanding of organ morphology and topography and be able to evaluate them in order to be able to differentially diagnose between musculoskeletal conditions and organ dysfunction that mimics musculoskeletal conditions.

  • A Culture of Collaboration at an Integrative Health Center.   Enjoy Daniel Redwood, DC's interview with David Fogel, MD, cofounder (with his wife, Ilana Bar-Levav, MD), of the Casey Health Institute (CHI) in Gaithersburg, Maryland, a nonprofit integrative primary care practice that includes Internal Medicine, Family Practice, Chiropractic, Acupuncture, Massage Therapy, Yoga Therapy, Naturopathic Medicine and more.

  • Meet Dr Greg Stewart, president of the WFC.   Dr Stewart is most excited about the opportunity to help advance the chiropractic profession as an equal player in the global health care arena, helping solve some of the world’s most pressing health issues.

  • Risk of Traumatic Injury Associated with Chiropractic Spinal Manipulation.   We analyzed Medicare administrative data on Medicare B beneficiaries aged 66-99 with an office visit in 2007 for a neuromusculoskeletal complaint.   Using a Cox proportional hazards model, we evaluated for adjusted risk of injury within 7 days, comparing two cohorts: those treated by chiropractic spinal manipulation vs. those evaluated by a primary care physician.

  • There Will Never Be Enough Research To Satisfy Our Critics.   For those who may have forgotten, or for those who never knew, organized medicine spent decades and tens of millions of dollars trying to discredit and destroy chiropractic. Today, the vestiges of that same oppression is still found on fringe web sites that ignore the body of peer-reviewed research supporting chiropractic care.



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