• “Many, if not most, primary care providers (MDs) have little training in how to manage musculoskeletal disorders.” (1)
• “Both orthopaedic surgeons' and family physicians' knowledge of treating low back pain is deficient.” (2)
Just Say NO
to Drugs, Shots & Spine Surgery.
The evidence for chiropractic care is mounting:
• A 1998 editorial in the Annals of Internal Medicine noted that
“spinal manipulation is the treatment of choice.” (2)
• Even the North American Spine Society recommends
spinal manipulation before surgery. (3)
Visit your local chiropractor
before drugs, shots, and surgery.
1. S Boden, et al. “Emerging Techniques For Treatment Of Degenerative Lumbar Disc Disease,” Spine 28 (2003):524-525.
2. Finestone AS, Raveh A, Mirovsky Y, Lahad A, Milgrom C., “Orthopaedists' and family practitioners' knowledge of simple low back pain management.” Spine (Phila Pa 1976). 2009 Jul 1;34(15):1600-3.
3. Marc S., Micozz, MD, PhD, “Complementary Care: When Is It Appropriate? Who Will Provide It?” Annals of Internal Medicine 129/1 ( July 1998): 65-66
4. Michael D. Freeman PhD, MPH, DC and John M. Mayer DC, PhD, “NASS Contemporary Concepts in Spine Care: Spinal Manipulation Therapy For Acute Low Back Pain,” The Spine Journal, 10/10 (October 2010): 918-940