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Important Updates from the Clinical Compass!

Tuesday, June 20, 2017   (0 Comments)
Posted by: Sheri Ryan
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Important Updates from the Clinical Compass!

GUIDELINES IN FEDERAL COURT - Hear how CCGPP’s Clinical Compass practice guidelines were used as evidence in a federal court case to support a doctor of chiropractic’s care:

SYSTEMATIC REVIEW OF NONDRUG, NONSURGICAL THREATMENT OF SHOULDER CONDITIONS -JMPT is pleased to share this paper on evidence-informed best practices on conservative management of shoulder conditions and encourages you to share it with those who you feel may benefit from this important information, such as employers, policymakers, educators, and other health care providers:

NEW CHIROPRACTIC BOOKS PUBLISHED -CCGPP Commission Chair, Cheryl Hawk, DC, has published two books that may be of interested to you. Both are available from the publisher at a 20% discount. Pleaseclick the links below for details.
Careers in Chiropractic Health Care: Exploring a Growing Field
The Praeger Handbook of Chiropractic Health Care: Evidence Based Practices

FUNDING THE NEXT STUDY ON THE IMPACT OF CHIROPRACTIC CARE ON OPIOID USE -Dr. Jim Whedon recently presented a study at DC2017 on over 13,000 THOUSAND subjects, some of whom received chiropractic care, and some of whom did not. The results? Those who received chiropractic care had a 55% lower chance of receiving an opioid prescription than those who did not receive chiropractic care. Further, overall healthcare costs were lower for those receiving chiropractic care.We are now working to fund the next study that may have over 1 million subjects! We need your help!

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Contact CCGPP at ccgpp@sc.rr.comor 803-356-6809.
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