The Role of Chiropractic Care and Other Nonpharmacological Approaches in Reducing Opioid Use

Updated: January 2021

Integrating a Multidisciplinary Pain Team and Chiropractic Care in a Community Health Center: Managing Chronic Spinal Pain

  • This 2020 observational study within a community health center resulted in improvement in spinal pain and disability with chiropractic care versus a multidisciplinary pain team. Offering similar services in primary care may help to address pain and disability, and hopefully limit external referrals, advanced imaging, and opioid prescriptions. FREE FULL TEXT

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A literature synthesis of the role of Chiropractic Care in reducing Opioid Use — 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.