F4CP Implements National Billboard Advertising

June 22nd, 2018

Foundation for Chiropractic Progress Implements National Billboard Advertising In honor of National Drug-Free Pain Management Awareness Month in September, the Foundation for Chiropractic Progress, along with six of its Group Member State Associations, are placing billboards throughout the U.S. The billboards will support the Foundation’s goal to position chiropractic care as a safe, effective and drug-free first-line approach to manage back pain prior to utilization of drugs and surge...

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Too high a price

June 1st, 2018

Too high a price Why, months before our “Drug-Free Pain Management Awareness” campaign in September, are we choosing to bring up the opioid epidemic? To answer this question, we point to a Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) release about the toll it took in 2016, when more people died from drug overdoses in a single year than in the Vietnam and Iraq wars combined. It is no surprise that the CDC says synthetic and classic opioids today account for six of every 10 drug overdose death...

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STAND TALL

April 25th, 2018

Stand Tall By definition, chiropractic care encourages your body to heal itself by bringing it back into alignment. And by doing your part, you can make the lifestyle changes that prevent the conditions that brought you to the doctor of chiropractic in the first place. Eat better. Become more active. And, in keeping with the Foundation for Chiropractic Progress’ theme for May, practice good posture. In olden days, proper young ladies would walk for hours balancing books on their heads, perfecti...

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CHIROPRACTIC CARE FOR VETERANS: WHY DOCTORS OF CHIROPRACTIC SHOULD BE ON THE FRONT LINES OF THE INTEGRATED CARE TEAM

April 3rd, 2018

Military life requires many physical challenges. The physical stresses of carrying heavy loads, running with body armor and jumping out of planes can often have a long-term impact on a person’s body. It shouldn’t come as a surprise that many Veterans suffer from chronic pain from the lingering effects of active duty. Of the millions of patients served annually in the Department of Veterans Affairs (VA) facilities, more than half experience chronic pain. Much of the chronic pain reported by Veter...

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