Younger Americans more likely to seek chiropractic care, says Harris Poll

September 02, 2023

Results of the “2023 F4CP Harris Poll on Consumer Adoption of Chiropractic Care” also show high income levels, higher education and homeownership were more often associated with receiving chiropractic care. Fortunately, 28% of Americans age 54 and younger chose natural, drug-free chiropractic care to manage LBP. While 26% of Americans ages 18 to 34 noted in the survey they received chiropractic care, 33% chose prescribing primary care doctors. Poll results mirror new researchThe new Harris Poll results mirror in-depth health insurance claims research recently submitted for publication in peer-reviewed scientific journals. Americans living in the Midwest region of the U.S. are more likely than those living in the Northeast to access chiropractic care (28% vs. 21%).

The source of this news is from Chiropractic Economics