In a recent study looked at the effectiveness of Chiropractic for HOA, hip osteoarthritis pain. A group of 18 individuals were selected. One group received nine visits of chiropractic hip adjustments as well as the spine, knee, ankle, or foot, as needed. Another control group was prescribed home exercises and another group just received patient education. The Chiropractic participants performed 83.33% better than the two conventional therapy groups
“In practice, I personally have never had a patient with hip pain that didnt resolve with a application of several adjustments and soft tissue treatments.” Dr. Craig Eymann
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