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Getting Insurance in Sync with Treatment

In this podcast episode, Greg speaks with clinician/researcher Aaron McMichael, DC, and clinician/lobbyist Dr. Vern Saboe, DC, of Oregon. Their conversation focuses on what the research says about clinical best practices, how that matches up with the incentives provided by insurance coverage, and how doctors are affecting real change in regulation.

Study: Chiropractic Care May Lessen Drug Use

By Nora Doyle-Burr  Valley News Staff Writer Tuesday, June 26, 2018 (Valley News) Lebanon — Researchers at Dartmouth-Hitchcock and the Geisel School of Medicine are highlighting a study that...

Chiropractic Better For Neck Pain

Bronfort et al. (2012), Annals of Internal Medicine In a study funded by NIH’s National Center for Complementary and Alternative Medicine to test the effectiveness of different approaches for...

For Headaches

McCrory, Penzlen, Hasselblad, Gray (2001), Duke Evidence Report “Cervical spine manipulation was associated with significant improvement in headache outcomes in trials involving patients with...

Chiropractic Compared to Other Treatments

Schneider et al (2015), Spine "Manual-thrust manipulation provides greater short-term reductions in self-reported disability and pain compared with usual medical care. 94% of the manual-thrust...
A Message from the President
Dear Colleagues and Friends,

Thank you for visiting our website. The New Hampshire Chiropractic Association is a non-profit volunteer organization. In addition to the numerous services we provide our membership, the NHCA is first and foremost concerned with assisting in the education of the public and our elected officials the benefits chiropractic care provides in achieving health and wellness without the use of drugs or surgery. This has become especially important in view of the current heroin and opioid epidemic that has been sweeping across our nation causing illness and despair in an unprecedented manner. With that in mind, we have been meeting regularly with our elected officials in an attempt to share with them the most current research and related information on non-pharmacologic forms of health care, the largest provider of which nationwide is the chiropractic profession. Please visit the section on opioids, and the numerous links provided, to learn more about how chiropractic has been shown to reduce the use of opioid medications while maintaining outstanding levels of patient satisfaction. The many devoted and highly educated members of our association will be happy to answer any questions you might have regarding this very serious health issue. Please feel free to contact us or use our doctor locator for further information.

In Health,

Dr. Mark Stagnone
NHCA President