Pilot study assessing patient-centred care in patients with chronic health conditions attending chiropractic practice
Initial results from a Canadian study suggest the degree of patient-centredness of chiropractic care compares favourably to primary medical care.
The study, conducted by Kent J. Stuber, Mark Langweiler, Silvano Mior and Peter W. McCarthy, will be published in the August 2018 issue of Complementary Therapies in Medicine.
This pilot study paves the way for further and more in-depth research into patient perceptions of chiropractic care.
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