Celebrate the signs of fall in October, of course, but also remind yourself that October is National Chiropractic Health Month. There are good reasons to celebrate everyone who has – or soon will earn – a Doctor of Chiropractic degree (D.C).
Cleveland University-Kansas City students, faculty, and staff know doctors of chiropractic are helping to reverse some painful statistics:
The National Chiropractic Health Month celebration offers a time to stand with the American Chiropractic Association (ACA) and its members, whose focus is preserving health, and to restoring function and movement.
During National Chiropractic Health Month 2019, the American Chiropractic Association (ACA) and its members are focusing on how musculoskeletal health leads to “strength, stability and ultimately the success of a life lived more fully and actively.”
The promotional campaign by the ACA offers information on steps to take toward muscle and joint health, low back pain prevention, better posture, and improved balance. The information outlined by the ACA is also geared toward helping people “avoid or reduce the need for riskier pain treatments such as prescription opioid pain medications.”
For more information and details about National Chiropractic Health Month, go to acatoday.org/Education-Events/National-Chiropractic-Health-Month.