In its March 2019 position statement the Chiropractic Board of Australia issued an interim policy on spinal manipulation for infants and young children, recommending that chiropractors do not treat any children under age two years with spinal manipulation.
This editorial briefly addresses a few of the studies which we hope will also be covered in the future review by Safer Care Victoria. It seeks to make chiropractors and the public aware that there currently exists a growing body of evidence, plus an evidence-based set of recommendations
for “best practices” for chiropractic care of children, which provide fairly substantial support for the safety of chiropractic care.
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