Welcome to America's Top Chiropractors, the newest online chiropractic patient review site! 

America's Top Chiropractors is a site that focuses solely on chiropractic care. This newly developed chiropractic directory serves both as a platform that provides chiropractic patients the opportunity to review and rate their chiropractor as well as aid new patients in their search for chiropractors.

To rate your chiropractor and your experience at their office, simply enter in their name under "Additional Search Criteria" and follow the corresponding steps to leave a review. However if you're looking through reviews for potential new chiropractors in your area, just enter in your location. 

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Evidence Based Chiropractic Care For Lower Back Pain
12/3/2018 12:30:34 PM
Chiro.Org Blog: Enjoy this slide show developed by the Texas Chiropractic Association
Comparison of Treatment Outcomes in Nonspecific Low-Back Pain Patients With and Without Modic Changes Who Receive Chiropractic Treatment
12/1/2018 01:31:17 PM
Chiro.Org Blog: The presence or absence of Modic changes (MCs), and the category of MC, when present, were not related to the outcomes for LBP patients without lumbar disc herniations who were undergoing chiropractic treatment. This calls into question the clinical relevance of particularly MCs as a serious pain generator and certainly challenges the theory that MCs are due to infection. These results are consistent with the ones found for lumbar disc herniation patients treated with high-velocity, low-amplitude spinal manipulation. This also supports the hypothesis that chiropractic care is a safe conservative treatment for patients presenting with nonspecific LBP, despite the presence of MCs.
The Association Between Psychological and Social Factors and Spinal Pain in Adolescents
11/29/2018 08:48:04 PM
Chiro.Org Blog: This study indicated that psychological and social factors are associated with SP in adolescents with a higher frequency of these reported factors resulting in higher odds of reporting SP, especially “substantial SP”. Psychological factors appear to be more strongly related to SP than the social variables. Together, this reinforces the importance of understanding psychological and social factors in adolescents reporting SP.