The Vertebral Subluxation Complex Theory.

The theory on which DD Palmer based his original hypothesis in 1895 that there was a relationship between a vertebra and Harvey Lillards ability to hear.

We now know spinal joint dysfunction effects how impulses from mechano receptors from the joints enter the central nervous system which regulates the systems the human body requires for optimal wellbeing

Spinal Joint care

January 3, 2007
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Spinal Joint care

I was grateful after visiting my dentist recently for the fact that she wasn’t simply interested in providing me with pain relief, and did not seek to discharge me once the pain from my tooth abscess had subsided. Thankfully, she had taken the time to demonstrate the full extent of my problem (using x-rays...

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Vertebral Subluxation Theory

November 1, 2006
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This was posted by Former UCA President Frank McBride who like myself resigned from the General Chiropractic Council register because of their efforts to covertly medicalise chiropractic There is a view within the profession that sees chiropractic as a therapy for pain relief, and that once relief of pain has been achieved, patient care...

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I get spinal joints moving again, I dont treat conditions, I do cross my fingers

October 1, 2006
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t is not getting them to understand chiropractic that is the problem, its getting them to comply with your advice. Everyone knows exercise is good for them but they are not committed and do not keep it up for whatever reason.Chiropractic has the same problem. it is not difficult convincing someone that spinal joints...

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WHO guidlines for chiropractic education

November 3, 2005
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In 2005, the World Health Organisation published guidelines on basic training and safety in chiropractic. These make interesting reading – a variety of methods and levels of training and education, listings of contraindications, sample educational programmes etc. Representatives inlcuded Mrs Margaret Coats from the GCC and Mr Tony Metcalf wearing his WFC hat. Here’s...

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