Best Practices for Chiropractic Care for Older Adults – Systematic Review & Consensus Update (JMPT 2017)
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As our population ages, there will certainly be an influx of elderly patients into our offices looking to age gracefully while maintaining their physical function and health. It is great to see more research being conducted on elderly patients, who were oft excluded from typical research that contained subjects 'between the ages of 18-65'. This patient group presents unique challenges and opportunities to deliver effective care. This week we summarize a recently published recommendations for best practices for chiropractic care of older adults...SUBSCRIBE OR LOG IN TO READ FULL REVIEW!