Can chiropractic care cure enuresis?

Answer On One Hand: Chiropractic Care not Generally RecommendedChiropractic care is not one of the generally recommended treatments for enuresis (involuntary urination or bed-wetting). Accepted treatments... Read More »

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Can an HSA be used to pay for chiropractic care?

Consumers can pay for chiropractic care using pre-tax dollars in a Health Savings Account (HSA), even when chiropractic care is excluded from coverage by their health insurance plan. According to H... Read More »

Can scoliosis be cured with Chiropractic care?

A quick review of Cochrane and PubMed not show any evidence that chiropractic has any use in the correction of scoliosis, and if a chiropractor has told... Read More »

I would like some input from our skeptic friends for this article about chiropractic care and neck pain?

I agree with Enzard's letter. Its a poor quality study that suffers from lack of blinding, no effort to control for placebo, relatively small sample size and other design flaws. No definitive con... Read More »

How to Track Enuresis & Encopresis?

Enuresis (bed-wetting) is an inability to control urination in children. Encopresis is involuntary fecal soiling by an individual who has already been toilet trained. The age at which children deve... Read More »