If you’re interested in learning more about chiropractic care, it is important to keep up with the latest in chiropractic news. These resources can help you find the latest information on treatments, innovations, and procedures.

The American Chiropractic Association

The American Chiropractic Association is the leading association for chiropractors and their patients. It provides a variety of resources from doctor lists, the latest news on research and legislation, to FAQs that answer patients’ questions about chiropractic care. It also provides many hands-on activities and quizzes, such as one to measure your own risks for joint pain.

National Center for Complementary and Alternative Medicine (NCCAM)

Backed by the U.S. Department of Health & Human Services, the NCCAM provides a more natural and holistic view of chiropractic care, with additional insights on the subject, from research to basic info, and discusses ways that it can help people live a more naturally integrated lifestyle.


ChiroACCESS provides user-friendly information to both doctors and patients of chiropractic care. The site disseminates over 400,000 articles from researchers in the MANTIS database and has been indexing medical literature for over 20 years. These help shape the prevention, diagnosis, and treatment reviews on the site as well.

Whatever your reason is for wanting more information about chiropractic care, treatments, and new research, these websites can be go-to resources for your continuing education. When looking up information online, always go to reputable, trusted sites as there are many websites with false or misleading information. Try to visit sites that are backed by a national organization, licensed medical practice, or part of a government agency.

If you’re unsure which websites to trust, check with your doctor or another trusted healthcare practitioner.

Keeping up with the latest chiropractic news is the best way to understand the treatments, procedures, and myths about the practice. Are there any online resources we’ve overlooked that you recommend?

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