A common question from patients in a chiropractic office is, "Can I adjust myself?" A study published on April 22, 2015, in the Annals of Vertebral Subluxation Research demonstrates that self-manipulation of the spine is not as effective as a specifically given chiropractic adjustment. . . .
The above headline comes from a March 3, 2015, article in the Wall Street Journal. This article, as well as several others on this subject, reported on an FDA Drug Safety Communication issued on March 3, 2015, warning about the use of "testosterone products for low testosterone due to aging." . . .
A study published on September 16, 2014, in the Annals of Internal Medicine showed that spinal manipulation (SMT), as they called it, combined with exercise, could help patients with back and leg pain more than just exercise alone. This care is in contrast to medications, injections, or spinal surgery. . . .
A study published in the August 29, 2014, issue of the Annals of Vertebral Subluxation Research documented the resolution of a case of a painful condition known as "T4" syndrome. The study authors report that T4 syndrome is a condition characterized by unilateral or bilateral upper extremity . . .