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Chiropractic By The Numbers

The number of pediatric chiropractic patients has increased to 68,000,000

There are over 75,000 Chiropractors in the United States.

There are 41 Chiropractic Schools in 16 different countries.

Low-back pain (LBP) is the #1 cause of disability worldwide.

1/2 of all working Americans admit to having back pain symptoms each year.

1 in 5 adults have used Chiropractic treatment

25% of the U.S. military treatment facilities offer chiropractic services

68% of the adult population has suffered from shoulder pain at some time

42.7% of workers who first saw a surgeon ended in surgery, as oppose only 1.5% of those who first saw a Chiropractor.

34 chiropractors  give 16,320 to 27,200 adjustments to NFL players in just 120 days during the season.

Back surgery can cost $50,000-$120,000; Chiropractic typically costs between $200-$2000.

American Chiropractors have 7-8 years of post-secondary education as well as yearly continuing education requirements.

 A seven year study showed decreased patient costs by 60.2% for in-hospital admissions, 59.0% for hospital days, 62.0% for outpatient surgeries and procedures, and 85% for pharmaceutical costs when compared with conventional medicine.

All 50 states have authorized the provision of chiropractic care under state worker's compensation laws.



 

1 Comment to Chiropractic By The Numbers :

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clone rolex on Wednesday, November 12, 2014 8:32 PM
It seems too complicated and very general for me to understand
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