Medical science is finally catching up to what chiropractors have been saying for years..

The American College of Physicians has released it's 2017 researched back guidlines on management of acute and chronic spine pain and suggests seeing a chiropractor prior to any medical treatment. They even place chiropractic care above the use of anti inflammatory medication like aleve and ibuprofen. Below is a more in depth link to an article discussing the recent changes to the guidelines and below that will be the full guidelines from the Americal College of Physicians. 

Enjoy!

Corey Idrogo DC

www.centeredspine.com


http://theweeklysticky.com/first-line-defense/


https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/28192793

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