Governor Dayton Signs Recodification Confirming Chiropractic Scope of Practice
In a state troubled by the chiropractic scope controversy, a definitive victory has been scored for chiropractic with the recent signing of the recodification confirming Minnesota’s Chiropractic Scope of Practice.
The scope, which has met with strong opposition at times, was designed to "recodify the existing scope of practice, and more specifically defines what chiropractors can perform,” according to the Minnesota Chiropractic Association (MCA).
Including migraine, tension and cervicogenic
Such as Axial pain, Referred pain and Radicular pain
Including tissue sprains, ligament and tendon issues or whiplash
Such as hip flexor strains, FAI, Stress Fractures or Bursitis