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There are several types of alternative medicines for people who do not want to take pharmaceutical drugs. Chiropractic care deals with treating disorders of the musculoskeletal system with an emphasis on the spine. If you have been diagnosed with one of these conditions or deal with back, neck, or should pain on a regular basis, you might benefit from this particular alternative medicine. Keep reading to learn how you can benefit from this natural practice. You might be surprised at how a chiropractor can help with other ailments too like acid reflux and blood pressure. Check out these ten health conditions that can be alleviated thanks to chiropractic adjustments.

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1. Sciatica

There are a variety of treatments that can provide relief for back pain including chiropractic adjustments. If you deal with sciatica, maybe you should give it a try. The European Spine Journal published a study that revealed chiropractic adjustments helped 72 percent of people in a clinical trial compared to a 50 percent success rate for corticosteroid injections and only a 20 percent success rate for physical therapy.

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