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Headaches and Chiropractic

Nine out of ten Americans suffer from headaches, some occasionally, some frequently. Some headaches are dull and throbbing, others cause debilitating pain and nausea.

What do you do when you have a headache? 220 more words

Cluster Headaches

Kinetic Testing of the SI Joint: Prone Kinetic Test

In the manual therapy video below, NAIOMT Faculty Stacy Soappman shows us kinetic tests of the SI joint, in this case, a prone kinetic test. 29 more words

Manual Therapy

Low Back Pain: The Clinical Utility of Spinal Manipulation CPRs

A number of clinical prediction rules (CPR) for the use of spinal manipulation in individuals with low back or neck pain have been derived in the past 15 years. 2,689 more words

AAMT

Does cervical lordosis change after spinal manipulation for non-specific neck pain? A prospective cohort study.

Does cervical lordosis change after spinal manipulation for non-specific neck pain? A prospective cohort study

I’m pleased to report that our new paper exploring the mechanism of spinal manipulation has been published today.   67 more words

PhD Manipulation For Neck Pain

What are we doing when we apply manual therapy?

Lower back pain is one of the most commonly seen musculoskeletal problems in the clinical setting and 80% of people will experience it at some point in their life (Balague et al, 2012). 1,994 more words

University Of Nottingham

The Invention Of Chiropractic Techniques

The term “chiropractic” was named by Samuel Weed. It was a combination of the words “cheiros” and “praktikos” which means “done by hand”. Alternative medicine became popular because of the dangerous remedies which are being sold at the time. 222 more words

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