Since it’s beginning, the Chiropractic profession has been surrounded by confusion and uncertainty.
But in recent decades, results experienced by millions of people around the world are now validated with sound scientific proof.
The following studies represent just a small sample of evidence proving the relationship between the spine, posture, Chiropractic and your health.
Improved Blood Pressure after Atlas Adjustment
Improved Immune Function and Reduced Allergies with Improved Spinal Health
Improved Hormone Balance Following Spinal Adjustment
Poorer Health Outcomes in Every Measured Category as Posture Deviation Increased
Improved Brain Function Following Spinal Manipulation
Improved Heart Rate, Breathing, and Autonomic Function with Infants after Upper Cervical Adjustment
Chiropractic was founded on the philosophy that the body is created to be a self-healing and self-regulating organism that is programmed for health. The focus of chiropractic care is to remove nervous system interference by restoring good spine and body bio-mechanics through chiropractic adjustments.
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You can research the above articles here:
Improved Blood Pressure after Atlas Adjustment: Journal of Human Hypertension (May 2007) 21(5) pp.347-52. “Atlas vertebra realignment and achievement of arterial pressure goal in hypertensive patients: a pilot study.”
Improved Immune Function and Reduced Allergies with Improved Spinal Health: The Journal of Orthopedic Surgery (2004) Volume 2 “Relationship between vertebral deformities and allergic diseases.”
Improved Hormone Balance Following Spinal Adjustment: Journal of Medical Hypotheses (2015 Dec); 85(6):819-24. “Measurable changes in the neuro-endocrinal mechanism following spinal manipulation.”
Poorer Health Outcomes in Every Measured Category as Posture Deviation Increased: SPINE Journal Sept. 15, 2005, 30(18) pp.2024-9 “The impact of positive sagittal balance in adult spinal deformity.”
Improved Brain Function Following Spinal Manipulation: Journal of the Neural Plasticity, January 2016 “Manipulation of dysfunctional spinal joints affects sensorimotor intergration in the prefrontal cortex: A brain source localization study.”
Improved Heart Rate, Breathing, and Autonomic Function with Infants after Upper Cervical Adjustment: Forensic Science International (2002 Aug. 28) 128(3):168-76 “Heart rate changes in response to mild mechanical irritation of the high cervical spine cord region in infants.”