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|Family Practice|Annapolis, MD 21401

506 Taylor Ave, Annapolis, MD 21401

(410) 263-5051

http://www.mayfamilychiro.com/

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    Dr. May is caring, patient, and very knowledgeable!!! Pain in my hip feels so much better.
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    02/04/2020, 03:50 AM
    Cost-Effectiveness of Chiropractic Treatment. A recent study set out to critically evaluate the benefits of adding chiropractic under Missouri Medicaid. Based on computations and a dynamic scoring model, investigators determined that there would be a cost savings to the state of Missouri of between $14.1 and $49.2 million per year once chiropractic care is included under Medicaid. More specifically, the study found that chiropractic care provides better outcomes at lower cost, leads to a reduction in cost of spinal surgery, and leads to cost savings from reduced use and abuse of opioid prescription drugs. Journal of Chiropractic Humanities, December 2019
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