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Ohio lawmakers, doctors suggest chiropractic care instead of opioids

"We need to be creative and open to all potential solutions," said an official with the Ohio State Chiropractic Association. "More and more people are looking for new and innovative ways to treat pain," said Ohio Attorney General Mike DeWine.


Got Text Neck? Yes, It's a Thing!

The average human head weighs between 10 and 12 pounds, and when we bend our neck to text or check Facebook, the gravitational pull on our head and the stress on our neck increases to as much as 60 pounds of pressure.


Ohio Imposes Strict Rule on Workers' Back Surgery, Opioids

COLUMBUS, Ohio (AP) — Ohio residents with work-related back injuries in most cases must try remedies like rest, physical therapy and chiropractic care before turning to spinal fusion surgery and prescription painkillers under a groundbreaking new guideline that is partly meant to reduce the overprescribing of opioids but isn’t sitting well with everyone.