Chiropractors share the responsibility of primary contact practitioners for hypertension case management. Once mild essential hypertension has been diagnosed, the patient may be placed on either a dietary or drug antihypertension regime. The effectiveness of various dietary interventions in the management of hypertensive patients is discussed, and recommendations for the nonpharmacological control of mild essential hypertension are made.
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