1. Pregnant Woman with Migraines, Hypothyroidism, and Tachycardia Helped with Chiropractic

    From the Journal of Pediatric, Maternal & Family Health, a case study published on March 25, 2015, reports on the case of a pregnant woman suffering from migraine headaches, hypothyroidism, and tachycardia being helped with chiropractic. The study authors begin by pointing out that the use of chiropractic by pregnant women is fairly common. A survey of women between the ages of 18 and 49 years…Read More

  2. Chiropractors Seeing More Children

    An article published on March 5, 2013 in the Medill Reports - Chicago, from Northwestern University reports how more children are going to chiropractors. The article titled, "Chiropractors crack necks, backs and ankles - increasingly among children", by Kristin Callahan, reports on the trend toward chiropractic for this younger demographic. The author of the article starts by noting, "With the dem…Read More

  3. Breastfeeding Difficulty Resolved with Chiropractic Care

    A case study published in the January 17, 2013, issue of the Journal of Pediatric, Maternal & Family Health documented the resolution of breastfeeding difficulties in an eight-week-old infant. Breastfeeding difficulties are typically characterized by an inability of the infant to exercise the normal innate suckling reflex. The authors discuss the importance of breastfeeding by noting, "Infants…Read More

  4. Baby with Colic Helped with Chiropractic

    A baby with colic who was helped by chiropractic was the focus of a study published in the Journal of Pediatric, Maternal, & Family Health on Nov. 28, 2012. Colic in babies has classic symptoms of crying for more than 3 hours a day, usually at the same time each day, and for at least 3 days a week. Infants may have a hard abdomen, burp and pass gas a lot, spit up frequently after eating, and c…Read More

  5. Infant Mortality Rates Linked to the Number of Vaccines Given

    A shocking research study published on May 4, 2011, shows a link between the number of vaccinations given to infants and an increase in infant mortality rate, (IMR). The study, published in the peer reviewed international journal, Human & Experimental Toxicology, looked at the infant mortality rate (IMR) for 34 nations including the United States, and compared that to the number of vaccination…Read More

  6. Pregnant Women with Low Back Pain Helped by Chiropractic

    A qualitative study of pregnant women with low back pain, and their chiropractors was published on Oct. 9, 2012 in Chiropractic & Manual Therapies with the title of "The treatment experience of patients with lowback pain during pregnancy and their chiropractors: A qualitative study". The pregnant women, all in their second or third trimester and suffering with low back pain, were interviewed b…Read More

  7. Breech Pregnancy Corrected with Chiropractic – A Case Study & Literature Review

    On January 13, 2015, a study was published documenting the case of a pregnant woman with a transverse breech pregnancy being corrected under chiropractic care. The study also reviewed a number of other such cases documented in research adding to the body of evidence showing chiropractic helping with this issue. A Transverse Breech Pregnancy is when a fetus is lying across the womb with the spine p…Read More