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The Safety of Chiropractic Treatment

This is usually one of the first concerns that people have with chiropractic treatment and so, we'll get it out of the way. More and more studies are coming out all the time pointing towards the safety of chiropractic as an alternative form of treatment that does not involve surgery or medication, when it is performed by a certified and experienced professional chiropractor.

Even though a lot of study is still being done on the safety of chiropractic, the most famous was also one of the first studies to ever be done. That report is the “Magna Report,” which was published in 1993.

The study was a Canadian study and not only found that chiropractic treatment is in fact safe, but that it's much safer than conventional methods of treatment which often involve taking prescriptions that come with side effects, or having invasive surgery performed. And if, after all, you're going to take a look at the safety of chiropractic, you must also look at the safety of the alternative.

This report not only showed that chiropractic was a very safe and effective form of treatment for patients suffering from lower back pain, but that it should be the first treatment of choice and that conventional methods should be avoided altogether...