Chiropractic is an effective, drug-free, non-surgical health-care profession that treats neuromusculoskeletal disorders like back pain, neck pain, and headaches. Doctors of Chiropractic treat more than 18 million patients each year for these sort of disorders.
Did you know?
  • Back problems are the leading cause of disability for Americans under age 45.
  • As many as 80% of Americans will suffer from back pain at some point in their lives.
  • Headaches are the most common ailment in the United States.
  • Americans take an average of eighty million aspirin every day.

Chiropractic is the predominant form of alternative care in the United States because it is a safe and cost-effective treatment for the most common ailments afflicting people. Chiropractic is recognized by Medicare, Medicaid, various workers compensation plans, personal injury and auto insurance plans, and most health insurance plans.

To learn more about chiropractic, click on these links...
American Chiropractic Association
The ACA site contains information on the educational requirements for becoming a chiropractor. You will also find information about legislative and insurance issues affecting chiropractic.
Florida State University
A report prepared for Florida State University that reviews the history of the chiropractic profession, the status of the profession today, consumer experiences with chiropractic, and the status of chiropractic education in the United States. Requires Adobe Acrobat Reader.
The ChiroWeb site features a doctor locator section and an on-line store with health related products. It has studies about the effectiveness of chiropractic and extensive links to other sources of chiropractic information.

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