Research: Crown Jewel of Chiropractic

Kline, Carol Marleigh
August 2005
Journal of the American Chiropractic Association;Aug2005, Vol. 42 Issue 6, p2
Academic Journal
This article focuses on views of several chiropractic practitioners regarding the future of chiropractic in the United States. John J. Triano, a chiropractic practitioner, believes that chiropractic research efforts will make field practitioners more effective because those efforts should provide important data to improve care for patients. He refers to one of the major goals of chiropractic research--discovering the clearest possible insights into treatment options that will work best for individual patients. Credibility in the public eye and among health care professionals will grow through a strong chiropractic connection to research. The article further focuses on developments taken place in the field of chiropractic in the year of 2005.


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