Chiropractic care at home relieves back pain in the comfort of your home


NEW YORK, NY, March 25, 2022 /24-7PressRelease/ — The Covid-19 pandemic has confined millions of people to their homes, limited their medical care, especially in rural areas. It also poses health risks, including neck pain (1-6), back pain (7-11), and scoliosis (12-16). A new study from Parker University’s Journal of Contemporary Chiropractic shows that chiropractic “home care” can extend service into the comfort of patients’ homes (17).

Home care should cover a broader definition that involves the physical, mental and nutritional care of patients. “Chiropractors can arrange for community assistants to come to patients’ homes and provide care. The chiropractor may provide or arrange hands-on massage or personal rehabilitation programs, advise on pain and symptom control, monitor the progression of scoliosis, provide emotional and practical support to patients and their caregivers at home . Said by Dr. Eric Chun-Pu Chu, Principal Investigator at New York Medical Group (NYMG) and President of the Chiropractic Doctors Association of Hong Kong (CDAHK).

Chiropractic pathways can begin to define the broader scope of care – a scope that extends beyond the hospital and other clinical settings in homes – that they will need to achieve the highest quality, best outcomes. and the best experiences for their patients by mapping the different sites and modalities of care that certain patient populations may encounter along their care journey.

Recent clinical studies have shown that chiropractic rehabilitation can improve motor function even in patients with neurodegenerative (18) and neuromuscular (19-22) disorders. “Chiropractors may also involve other professionals with expertise in home care, such as neurological and medication consultation through telemedicine.” Chu said.

The COVID-19 outbreak has triggered a fundamental overhaul of home care to help improve the quality of care and patient experience while generating potential value for payers, healthcare organizations and physician groups, home care providers, technology companies and investors. The ultimate value of home care will be determined by a variety of factors in the hands of the stakeholders. Opportunity, on the other hand, can unlock the design of the current healthcare model, allowing chiropractors to play new roles in providing safe, cost-effective, and well-organized patient journeys.

The references:
1) Chu EC. Prevention of text neck progression in a young man: about a case. Radiol Case Rep. 2022 Mar;17(3):978-982.
2) Chu EC. Pathology of the adjacent segment of the cervical spine Apropos of a case. Journal of Family Medicine and Primary Care. 2022 February; 11(2):787-789.
3) Chu CE, et al. Craniocervical instability associated with rheumatoid arthritis: about a case and brief review. AME Case Rep. 2021;5:12.
4) Chu EC, Wong AY. Cervicogenic dizziness in an 11-year-old girl: case report. Adolesc Health Med Ther. 2021;12:111-116.
5) ChuECP et al. Cervicogenic vertigo. Oxf Med case reports. 2019 Nov;2019(11):476-478.
6) Chu CE, et al. Cervicogenic vertigo associated with craniocervical instability: case report. Case J Med. 2021 Nov;12(11):451-454.
7) Chu ECP, Wong AYL. Chronic orchialgia from lumbar disc herniation: case report and brief review. Am J Mens Health. 2021 May-Jun;15(3):15579883211018431.
8) Chu E. Thoraco-lumbar disc herniation: a hidden cause of monosymptomatic nocturnal enuresis. European Journal of Molecular and Clinical Medicine. April 2021; 8(3):2834-2840.
9) Chu ECP. Taming testicular pain complicating lumbar disc herniation with spinal manipulation. Am J Mens Health. 2020 Jul-Aug;14(4):1557988320949358.
10) Chu EC. Regression of lumbar disc herniation after non-surgical treatment. European Journal of Molecular and Clinical Medicine. 2020 July; 7(1):27-79. doi: 10.5334/ejmcm.275.
11) Chu ECP, Wong AYL. Change in pelvic incidence associated with sacroiliac joint dysfunction: a case report. Case J Med. 2022 Jan;13(1):31-35.
12) Leung K, Huang K, Chu EC. Chiropractic management as conservative care for adolescent idiopathic scoliosis: case report. Asia-Pac Chiropr J. 2021 September; 2(2).
13) Pu Chu CE et al. Changes in radiographic parameters following chiropractic treatment in 10 patients with adolescent idiopathic scoliosis: a retrospective chart review. Convenient wink. 2020 Sep 4;10(3):1258.
14) Chu CE. Lumbosacral transitional vertebra as a potential contributing factor to scoliosis: about two cases. Asia-Pacific Chiropractic Journal. 2020 July; 1.
15) Chu CE, et al. Bridging the gap between observation and brace treatment for adolescent idiopathic scoliosis. J Family Med Prim Care. 2017 April-June;6(2):447-449.
16) Chu EC. Improvement of quality of life by conservative management of thoracic scoliosis at 172°: about a case. J Med Life. 2022 Jan;15(1):144-148.
17) Chu E. The Opportunity to Unlock the Architecture of the Healthcare Model: Chiropractic Home Care. Journal of Contemporary Chiropractic. 2022; 5(1):44-49.
18) Chu ECP, Wong AYL, Lee LYK. Chiropractic care for low back pain, gait and posture in a patient with Parkinson’s disease: about a case and brief review. AME Case Rep. 2021;5:34.
19) Chu EC. Remission of headache and neck pain after chiropractic manipulative treatment in a patient with neurofibromatosis. Chiro J from Australia. 2022 49(1):8-11.
20) Chu ECP, Lam KKW. Post-poliomyelitis syndrome. Int Med Case Rep J. 2019;12:261-264.
21) Chu ECP, Bellin D. Remission of myasthenia gravis after cervical adjustment. AME Case Rep. 2019;3:9.
22) Chu ECP, Chan AKC, Lin AFC. Pitting edema in a poliomyelitis survivor with lumbar radiculopathy complicated by herniated disc. J Family Med Prim Care. 2019 May;8(5):1765-1768.

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