Chiropractic Care Directory
A chiropractor uses his or her hands to manipulate the spine into alignment. Chiropractic therapy may be used on its own or with other treatments. Chiropractic seeks to restore joint function, eliminate pain, and prevent further injury. Chiropractic works for many people, but those with osteoporosis, spinal cord compression, or inflammatory arthritis should not try it. Follow the links below to find WebMD's comprehensive coverage about how chiropractic is performed, what the benefits and risks are, and much more.
Alternative Therapies and Pain Management
WebMD looks at alternative therapies for pain management -- acupuncture, chiropractic, biofeedback, therapeutic touch, and nutritional supplements among them.
An Overview of Fibromyalgia Treatments
WebMD examines common treatments for fibromyalgia, including exercise, physical therapy, medication, relaxation, and stress reduction.
Learn About Osteopathic Manipulative Treatment and Its Risks and Benefits
Doctors of osteopathic medicine use a type of hands-on treatment. Here’s what you need to know about the practice.
Alternatives Treatments for Chronic Pain
Alternative treatments like acupuncture, massage, reiki, and herbals may help ease chronic pain.
Providing the Alternative
Does your health insurance cover yoga, chiropractic, and massage? Many insurers are realizing that alternative medicine can have a positive effect on health.
Chiropractic During Pregnancy
As the general population seeks alternative healthcare options in greater numbers, so are pregnant women.
Alternative Therapies for Low Back Pain
A look at ways to treat low back pain without drugs or surgery, such as acupuncture, yoga, massage, and biofeedback.
Slideshows & Images
Slideshow: Back Pain Myths & Facts
WebMD's back pain slideshow lets you in on the truth about the causes and treatments for back pain.
Slideshow: Alternative Treatments for Long-Term Pain
See how alternative treatments can help ease your pain, including acupuncture, yoga, turmeric, and medical marijuana.