Chiropractic Education

   After the required pre-med undergraduate studies, today's Doctor of Chiropractic completes an additional four-year program at a chiropractic college. Chiropractic doctors take a natural approach to health. Their education places special emphasis on anatomy, physiology, pathology, neurology, biomechanics, X-ray, spinal adjusting techniques, and related subjects. This demanding curriculum prepares chiropractic doctors to locate and [...]

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Phases of Chiropractic Care

      Obvious symptoms "reporting some relief" "feeling better" "symptoms gone" "feeling great" pre-complaint status "enjoying optimum health" prevention and maintenance joint instability and nervous system disfunction inflammation reducing increasing range of motion improving function soft tissue reconstruction muscles and ligaments strengthening spinal stabilization optimum function         Most patients start with initial intensive care. The [...]

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           ...tailored to each patient. When the 24 bones that protect the spinal cord lose their normal position or motion, delicate nerve tissue can become choked or irritated. If a thorough examination reveals malfunctioning areas of the spine, chiropractic adjustments are recommended to help correct this condition. A chiropractic adjustment is the [...]

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About Chiropractic

    To control and organize your growth, the nervous system consisting of your brain, spinal cord, and all the nerves of your body were the first tissues formed. Today your nervous system controls the function of every cell, tissue, organ, and system of your body. The vital communication pathway of the spinal cord is [...]

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Introduction to Chiropractic

    · The Science : Since its beginning, chiropractic has been based on the scientific fact that the nervous system controls the function of every cell, tissue, organ, and system of your body. While the brain is protected by the skull, the spinal cord is more vulnerable, covered by 24 moving vertebrae. When these [...]

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