In perfect coordination with last week's post on chiropractic and pregnancy, a medical journal called Complementary Therapies in Clinical Practice released the results of a survey of certified nurse-midwives. The survey intended to find out the attitudes and views of the midwives regarding chiropractic.
As a group, the midwives were aware that chiropractors work with patients who have health issues other than classical musculoskeletal problems. They were also aware that chiropractors work with birthing professionals.
Importantly, "a vast majority indicated a positive personal and professional clinical experience with chiropractic and that chiropractic was safe for pregnant patients and children."
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