24.0% adults in the U.S. have consulted a chiropractor in their life (too low)
8.4% adults have consulted chiropractor in the last year (way too low)
Chiropractic is more utilized out west, by whites and Hispanics, by people with more education, and by people in relative good health. Plus, chiropractic patients are better looking (my personal observation).
93% Percentage who sought help for back and neck related problems (expected)
90.3% Said we either helped a great deal or some (awesome!)
3.5% Said we did not help them at all. THAT IS A REMARKABLY LOW NUMBER!
While most people start chiropractic for relief of pain, most people continue using chiropractic for general wellness and disease prevention, to improve energy, improve athletic performance, improve immune function and memory, and more. Plus:
40.2% Said it helps to reduce stress level (makes sense)
66.9% Said it helps to improve overall health and make you feel better (impressive)
41.9% Said it helps them sleep better (I agree)
And how important was chiropractic for maintaining health and well-being?
77.5% Said very important to somewhat important
3.3% Said not at all (the same ones that weren’t helped in the first place)
That means over 90% of chiropractic users get what they want fixed, get something else fixed too, and feel that ongoing care is important to their overall health and well-being. We must be doing something right. Share this with someone.