Chiropractic Research & Actionable Information

Chiropractic Research

Look up the word help and you're likely to see terms such as assist, comfort and support. Chiropractic care helps people who have assumed a defensive posture we call subluxation in an attempt to accommodate physical, emotional or chemical stress. That's no guarantee of cure since countless other factors can impair the healing response. However, all things being equal, if the stressor is no longer present, people tend to function better without subluxations than with subluxations.

Naturally, anyone who expects to benefit from chiropractic care must meet one important condition: they must be alive. Granted, this is the same criteria that medical interventions require, however the important distinction afforded chiropractic is that it focuses on the person with the condition, not the condition in the person.

Dr. Miller Featured in Vail Daily Newspaper!

Dr Miller’s Health Newsletter was featured in The Vail Daily on tuesday. The article reported on the popularity and content of Dr. Miller’s newsletter as well as the reasoning behind his weekly newsletters. If you want to take a look, click on the link below! Click Here To Read Dr. Miller’s Article in The Vail […]

Manipulation, Exercises Trump Drugs For Neck Pain

This Article is getting published all over the world! The amazing thing is that some patients had lasting improvement a year later! “Spinal manipulation therapy (SMT) and exercises that patients can learn to do at home are more effective than medication for relieving neck pain, both in the short and long term, according to results […]

The Researched Effects of Applied Kinesiology Treatments

Here is a document of some of the research on the effects of various AK (Applied Kinesiology) Treatments: AK Treatment Effects

What A Chiropractor May Help With?

What A Chiropractor May Help With?

I received this at a “Research: Year in Review” seminar on Chiropractic Research.

“Cracking” the Spine Works Better Than Stretching For Muscles

“These findings suggest that SM(spinal manipulation) that produces an audible response may mechanistically act to decrease the sensitivity of the muscle spindles and/or the various segmental sites of the Ia reflex pathway.” Source