Fort Wayne Chiropractic Newsletter for January 2015 IMMEDIATE CHANGES AFTER CHIROPRACTIC MANIPULATION Manual therapy like chiropractic spinal manipulation promptly influences the brain as it processes the pain experience which may be the source of pain relief for patients. (1) Thrilling research! Our chiropractic manipulation is effective! CHIROPRACTIC COX® TECHNIC IS REPRODUCIBLE AMONG CLINICIANSNot all treatment technique delivery systems can say this, but Cox Technic is well studied and its training is being refined all the time. This report shows that treating clinicians can be trained to deliver the proper forces to neck pain patients 97% of the time! (2) This reproducibility is vital to patients' continued healing should they need to seek care from physician to physician. VITAMIN D MAY HELP PREVENT TYPE I DIABETESResearch continues to document the value of Vitamin D. This latest bit of news shares that its immune-modulating properties may allow it to play a potential therapeutic role in preventing Type I Diabetes Mellitus. (3) DEPRESSION AFFECTS BACK PAIN CARE OUTCOMES Depression predicts a worse quality of life outcome for back pain patients with lumbar spinal stenosis. The worse the depression, the lower the outcomes for quality of life. (4) Our examination is thorough. You'll be asked how you are feeling both physically and mentally. MANIPULATION IMPROVES PHYSICAL AND MENTAL STATEChronic low back pain patients benefit positively from mobilization and manipulation of the thoracic-lumbar vertebrae. Patients' mental state, functioning and range of motion is improved. (5) Those are terrific side-effects of care like our spinal manipulation! Contact Cox Chiropractic Medicine Inc today for yourself, and share the healthy spine news with friends! "This information and website content is not intended to diagnose, guarantee results, or recommend specific treatment or activity. It is designed to educate and inform only. Please consult your physician for a thorough examination leading to a diagnosis and well-planned treatment strategy. See more details on the DISCLAIMER page. Content is reviewed by Dr. James M. Cox I."