3 essential considerations for chiropractors treating fibromyalgia patients.
By Courtney Craig, MS, DC
While some fibromyalgia patients respond favorably to regular chiropractic care, others experience minimal relief. Unfortunately, many of these patients must rely on pharmacological management to relieve their constant pain.
Your guide to what common terms on the labels of your favorite foods really tell you.
By Jaclyn Chasse, ND
For the average consumer, reading a food package can be overwhelming: natural, organic, non-GMO, gluten free, free range ... you get the picture. Chiropractors can serve as the healthy-living experts for their patients, so having a good understanding of what a "healthy" food looks like can allow you to provide your patients with information that adds even more value to their visit with you. Here are some of the most important terms used on labels and what they really tell you about the food you eat.
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