Working Together and Freedom of Choice

This month I’d like to draw attention to a recent study from the Journal of Spine that compared the treatment of  2 groups of military personal between the ages of 18-35 with low back pain*. This study concluded that patients treated with Chiropractic care in conjugation with Medical care demonstrated a significant decrease in pain and improved physical function when compared to the use of Medical care alone. Within Australia, serving military personal are unable to access Chiropractic services on base and therefore if a patient wants to see a Chiropractor they have to do so on their own accord and pay for the care off base. Some patients over the years have been worried that they are doing the [...]