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Head-To-Toe Chiropractic Research Update – September 2019

Head-To-Toe Chiropractic Research Update – September 2019

ChiroUp’s data collection team has harvested several research gems this month. Check out the top 14 quotes that you can use to positively impact your management and outcomes.

Review the Latest News
● Vitamin D Deficiency is Linked to Migraines: What to Prescribe
● Cervical Degeneration Slows Post – Whiplash Recovery
● Little League Elbow – Curve Balls Don’t Matter
● Skip the Ultrasound for Carpal Tunnel
● Begin Knee Rehab on a Treadmill… Calves & Achilles on the Track

Here’s what the research is saying:

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