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What was it About 1895?

Posted on 20. Oct, 2016 by .

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IN researching my book, I realised 1895 was not only the significant birth year of chiropractic, but a time of such fertile advancement in science, art and technology that it is virtually without parallel. I scanned the history books around this era to see if the discovery of chiropractic was as unique as I thought […]

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Pregnancy

Posted on 30. May, 2015 by .

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This study attempted to observe the effects of chiropractic manual adjustment on the common female problem of pelvic pain. The conclusion was “positive short term effects”. Chiropractic Study looks at pelvic pain in women OBJECTIVE: To assess the role of chiropractic care for women with chronic pelvic pain (CPP) as a first step in designing […]

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pubic symphysis dysfunction: what to do

Posted on 30. May, 2015 by .

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the pubic symphysisThe Pubic Symphysis is a cartilage ‘padded’ joint between the two pelvic bones (the iliae) which can be felt just above the genital area. It is commonly tender, but can be excruciatingly painful when chiropractic adjustment is needed, or there is Pubic Symphysis Dysfunction. Countless pregnant and post-partum women have come into my […]

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Arthritis

Posted on 16. Feb, 2015 by .

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 Arthritis and chiropractic Joseph J Ierano B.Sc., D.C.   The literature, whilst relatively scarce regarding chiropractic and arthritis, contains many studies that examine chiropractic care of the patient with arthritis and support the notion that all arthritides are not a contraindication to chiropractic care.   Pain and spinal degeneration Please note the distinction between the […]

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