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Medical Professionals on Chiropractic

doctor consultation on couchChiropractic is a health care system that is founded on the premise that a proper functioning nervous system is essential to overall health and function of the human body. Chiropractors detect and correct vertebral subluxations by physically adjusting the spine. This restores the nervous system to an optimum level of function, which maximizes the body’s inherent healing potential. Chiropractic is not a substitute for traditional health care and a growing number of health care professionals are embracing chiropractic for their patients and often for themselves.

“When I started in practice over 30 years ago, people would look suspiciously at a physician who recommended chiropractic, but that’s not the case anymore.”

Dr. Ron Glick, University of Pittsburgh School of Med.
Heid, M. Are Chiropractors Legitimate? Time, June 20, 2017


Supporting Resources

“Subluxation alone is a rational reason for chiropractic care throughout a lifetime from birth.”

Anatomical studies of the spine, Springfield-Thomas (64)

“Many internal disorders are resolved by the spinal adjustment alone. Leaving the chiropractic adjustment
out of the treatment plan invites failure.”

F. Mann, M.D. P. Nagler, M.D. Magayama, K. M.D.
Devine, N. Awareness, Creating Your own life balance. 2012 Balboa Pub.

“Every newborn should receive a neck and spine examination and a chiropractic adjustment if necessary. Is that idea too difficult to accept?”

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“Chiropractors tend to have very high patient satisfaction rates and from a public health perspective, we’d see a lot
fewer unnecessary tests,hospitalizations and opioid prescriptions if more people utilized chiropractic.”

Dr. Michael Schneider
M. Schneider, M. Haas, R. Glick Comparison of Spinal Manipulation
Methods and Usual Medical Care for Acute and Sub-acute Low Back Pain.
Spine Feb 15, 2015, Vol 30 P 209-217

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