A groundbreaking study recently published in the Journal of Chiropractic Medicine by several members of the International Chiropractors Association (ICA) sheds light on the interplay between chiropractic care and the immune system. Schalow said, “Our study opens a new chapter in understanding the intricate relationship between chiropractic care and the immune system. Our study opens a new chapter in understanding the intricate relationship between chiropractic care, the immune system and mental health.”The implications of this study resonate with both the chiropractic and medical communities, raising questions about the broader effects of chiropractic care on health and well-being. As SIgA levels reflect not only the mucosal immune system but also systemic immunity, the findings suggest that chiropractic care might have broader implications for immune modulation. This novel study underscores the dynamic nature of health care research, revealing new perspectives on the potential whole-body effects of chiropractic care.