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Quality of Life / Wellness

Outcome studies measuring health related quality of life (HRQL) are becoming increasingly sought as measures as to the value of a health intervention. In outcomes studies the overall wellness or well-being of a person is explored to ask the question, "Is this intervention truly benefiting the overall health of the patient or are we just treating symptoms or having a minimal effect on this patient's life?" That is very important because doctors can give a patient a drug to lower their high blood pressure, but the result may be impotence. Doctors may give a drug to lower high cholesterol and the result may be suicide. Doctors may give a ability to relate to their environment rather than the diagnosis and treatment of symptoms and diseases.

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1 Chronic Pediatric Asthma and Chiropractic Spinal Manipulation: A Prospective Clinical Series and Randomized Clinical Pilot Study
2 Quality of Life Improvements and Spontaneous Lifestyle Changes in a Patient Undergoing Subluxation-Centered Chiropractic Care: A Case Study
3 A Study Regarding Measures of Gerneral Health Status in Patients using the Bio Energetic Synchronization Technique: A Follow-up Study
4 Changes in Salivary pH and General Health Status Following the Clinical Application of Bio-Energetic Synchronization
5 Spinal Hygiene and its Impact on Health and General Well Being
6 Randomised Comparison of Chiropractic and Hospital Outpatient Management for Low Back Pain: Results from Extended Follow Up
7 Psychoneuroimmunology and Chiropractic
8 Quality of Life Changes in a Disadvantaged, Underserved Chiropractic Patient Population: A Retrospective Case Series Report
9 A Retrospective Assessment of Network Care using a Survey of Self-Rated Health, Wellness and Quality of Life
10 A Longitudinal Assessment of Chiropractic Care using a Survey of Self-Rated Health Wellness & Quality of Life: A Preliminary Study
11 Objective Physiologic Changes and Associated Health Benefits of Chiropractic Adjustments in Asymptomatic Subjects: A Review of the Literature