Cost-Effectiveness

July 2020

Low Back Pain

  • A 2019 cost description and partial analysis of cost-utility demonstrated that adding chiropractic care to usual medical care was associated with improved outcomes at a reasonable cost in a sample of complex patients with sub-acute and chronic back pain.1
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A literature synthesis of Chiropractic Care as it relates to Cost-Effectiveness — an academically rigorous analysis of all the available scientific literature using internationally accepted tools to rate each article according to specific criteria indicating only what we can conclude with supportable, scientific evidence.