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Diversity of the chiropractic profession in Canada: A cross-sectional survey of Canadian Chiropractic Association Members

Diversity provides a foundation for culturally competent care delivery at the provider level and is vital in the quest for a culturally congruent model of chiropractic care. Survey results were compared to data from the 2016 Census of the Canadian population where possible. Seventy percent of chiropractors in our survey had Canadian ancestry and 29 percent with European ancestry, with 29 percent having European ancestry and 29 percent with European ancestry. The largest discrepancy between the Canadian population and our sample was in the percentage of Black and Indigenous chiropractors. chiropractors who identified themselves with Canadian ancestry were overrepresented in our survey, relative to others with North American Indigenous and South, Central, and Latin American roots, with respect to ethnicity, especially those with North American Indigenous and South American ancestry. Overall, there is no ethnic and ethnic diversity in the chiropractic profession relative to the Canadian population, with Black and Indigenous peoples underrepresented.

Source link: https://doi.org/10.21203/rs.3.rs-1812866/v1


An Introduction to Chiropractic BioPhysics® (CBP®) Technique: A Full Spine Rehabilitation Approach to Reducing Spine Deformities

Chiropractic Biophysics'u00ae technique is a complete spine and posture correction system that incorporates mathematical principles into a specific approach to treating spinal disorders. CBP Rehabilitation services are usually delivered in-office with support at-home. CBP therapy has been a proven way to reduce pain, illness, and quality of life in those with structural deformities.

Source link: https://doi.org/10.5772/intechopen.102686


Assessing Patient Characteristics Associated with Virtual Visits of Chiropractic Patients in the Veterans Health Administration During the COVID-19 Pandemic: A Multivariable Cross-Sectional Analysis (Preprint)

OBJECTIVE OBJOCO OBJOBJ OBJ OBJOBJECTIVE OBJECTIVE OBJOBJOBJOCO OBJOBJECTIVE OBJECTIVES OBJECTIVE OBJECTIVES BABOUT OBJECTIVES OBJECTIVE OBJECTIVES NON OBJECTIVE OBJECTIVES OBJECTIVE OBJECTIVES OB METHODS Demographic data from patients receiving chiropractic services in the VHA was obtained from the VHA Corporate Data Warehouse from March 1, 2020 to February 28, 2021. Conclusions The total number of unique patients receiving chiropractic care during the study period was 62,658. Patients who were more likely to attend both Virtual Black [odds ratio 1. 20, 95% confidence interval], other races [1. 36 ], Hispanic or Latino patients [1. 35 ], and combination F2F and virtual care were the most likely to attend both Virtual only Black [odds ratio 1. 20, 95% confidence interval ], and hispanic or Latino patients [1. 35 ] and combination F2F and virtual care were more likely to attend both Virtual only Black [1. 36 ] and Hispanic or Latino ] and Virtual only Black [o ] and hispanic or Latino] ] and Hispanic or Latino [1. 36 ] and Latino patients [1. 36 ] and virtual health [1. 35 ] and virtual care ] and virtual care come [1. 35 ] and virtual care ] and virtual care edock [1. 5 ] and virtual health [1. 35 e ] and virtual care eds simulated and virtual care &4F and virtual care & &apos [1. 35 ' CONCLUSIONS Patients who use virtual chiropractic care or a combination of virtual and F2F services are more ethnically and racially diverse than those who receive only F2F care.

Source link: https://doi.org/10.2196/preprints.40459


Chiropractic (DRAFT)

This chapter discusses neuromusculoskeletal anatomy in the lumbar and pelvic spine related to sexuality. As reported in prestigious medical journals, individual in-office case studies are included as well as published clinical studies relating the use of chiropractic in low back conditions and outcomes.

Source link: https://doi.org/10.1093/med/9780190225889.003.0020


Chiropractic Treatment of Cancer Pain

Palliative care is an interdisciplinary approach to improving patient and family life in the case of life-threatening illness. A skilled Doctor of Chiropractic, Doctor of Osteopathy, or Doctor of Physical Therapy who has been properly trained in chiropractic manipulative therapy is well-equipped to provide care that can significantly improve a patient's quality of life.

Source link: https://doi.org/10.1093/med/9780197542873.003.0006


The Role of Chiropractic in Mind–Body Health

Consequently chiropractic therapies employ an integrative approach to health and well-being that incorporates various spinal manipulations as well as an integrative approach to the patient. There are no credible studies that chiropractic care improves mental stability outside of the benefits related to pain relief. Chiropractic therapy may be able to address a variety of psychological disorders, but more research is required.

Source link: https://doi.org/10.1093/med/9780190690557.003.0009


Chiropractic

The anatomy and physiology of viscerosomatic and somatovisceral reflexes are the central link between chiropractic and gastroenterology. Viscerosomatic and somatovisceral reflexes are often associated with back pains, and vice versa. Recognizing these relationships better positions any health care practitioner in order to determine causative elements of the presenting cases. This chapter explores the intersections between these two technologies and two medical specialties.

Source link: https://doi.org/10.1093/med/9780190933043.003.0010


The relationship between levels of resilience and coping styles in chiropractic students and perceived levels of stress and well-being

Objective This study was designed to investigate the relationship between chiropractic students'coping styles and resilience with their physical ailments, perceived stress, and well-being. Methods A questionnaire was sent to the entire student body of Murdoch University's chiropractic program, gathered demographic data and observations to the Connor-Davidson Resilience Scale, Perpetutive Stress Scale, Everyday Feelings Questionnaire, and Coping Inventory for Stressful Conditions. Being female and not having recovered from an injury within 12 months was highly correlated with lower levels of well-being and elevated stress. Conclusions It's easy to identify chiropractic students at the university who are at risk of experiencing low levels of well-being and high stress levels of anxiety. These students may benefit from programs aimed at improving their coping style choices and raising their resilience levels.

Source link: https://doi.org/10.7899/jce-16-2


Utilization of chiropractic services in patients with osteoarthritis and spine pain at a publicly funded healthcare facility in Canada: A retrospective study

Chiropractic therapy may help relieve backbone and/or extremity OA-related pain in the short term, according to preliminary results from experimental studies and consensus reports. Patients with spine and/or extremity OA were identified with numeric pain scores of each spinal and extremity region at baseline and discharge, and a change score was established. RESULTS: Point change changes from baseline to discharge visits revealed statistically significant improvements that exceeded a clinically significant difference in pain numeric rating scale scores. CONCLUSION: Patients with OA in a socioeconomically poor community showed declines in mean pain scores in both a clinically relevant and statistically significant manner parallel to a program of chiropractic care.

Source link: https://doi.org/10.3233/bmr-210192


POS0984 PREVALENCE OF axSpA IN PATIENTS TREATED FOR CHRONIC BACK PAIN IN CHIROPRACTIC CLINICS: THE OREGON CHIROPRACTIC AXIAL SPONDYLOARTHRITIS STUDY (ORCAS) – AN INTERIM ANALYSIS

Background non-rheumatology clinics, where chronic back pain patients are first seen, lack consistency in referrals to rheumatologists, where the root cause may be axial spondyloarthritis. Objectives The primary aim of this study, which was to determine the prevalence of axSpA in CBP patients attending four chiropractic clinics in Portland, Oregon, was to develop a rheumatology clinic based on a referral system that found signs of spondyloarthritis. Methods Adults attending one of four chiropractor clinics between Nov 2020 and Nov 2021 for CBP, without a prior diagnosis of SpA were eligible for admission. Patients were referred to a rheumatologist for diagnostic assistance by phone consultation if they had inflammatory back pain, inflammatory bowel disease, psoriasis, high response to non-steroidal anti-inflammatory drugs, history of heel pain, uveitis, or joint swelling, with a family history of SpA, inflammatory bowel disease, psoriasis, or joint swelling. 59 had IBP, 59 had IBP, and 66 had at least one clinical SpA feature. Without visual proof of axial involvement and meeting ASAS Classification Criteria, 8 patients were classified as axSpA and met Assessment of Spondyloarthritis International Society classification criteria, 1 patient was diagnosed with psoriatic arthritis, 6 were diagnosed as axSpA and fulfilled Assessment of Spondyloarthritis International Society classification criteria, 1 patient was diagnosed as psoriatic Arthritis, 6 were diagnosed as axSpA, six patients were diagnosed as axial involvement and met ASASASAS Classification Criteria for Ps, six patients, six patients had SpA, six patients were diagnosed as a, six patients, six patients, six patients, six patients were diagnosed as gradation Criteria for Ps, six were diagnosed as a, six were diagnosed as s, six were diagnosed as a, six were diagnosed as matricultetylo s, six were diagnosed as a, six were diagnosed as a axSpA, six were classified as a, six were classified as a, six were diagnosed as axial involvement Patients at chiropractic clinics are among the most common complaints about undiagnosed SpA disorders, with axSpA being the most common.

Source link: https://doi.org/10.1136/annrheumdis-2022-eular.2905

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