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Possible Role for Chiropractic in Multiple Sclerosis

Posted February 5, 2014

Chiropractic is among the alternative or complementary therapies for people who have multiple sclerosis, yet not much has been published about the relationship between them. If you have MS, have you ever considered or sought treatment from a chiropractor?

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Chiropractic adjustments shown to reverse heart disease

Posted December 16, 2013

A recent case study reported in the Annals of Vertebral Subluxation Research suggests that chiropractic adjustments can help reverse and prevent heart disease.

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How to beat sciatica naturally

Posted April 20, 2013

Even though up to 90 percent of Americans suffer from sciatica, there is hope. Made up of low back spinal nerves L4 through S2, the sciatic nerve is the largest nerve in the human body and runs from the hip, down the back of the thigh, to the inside of the leg and finally the foot. Commonly affecting adults 25 to 45 years old, irritation or injury to the sciatic nerve is generally caused by what chiropractors call a “misalignment in your lower spine.” This is when a bone in your spine is out of place compressing or “pinching” the nerve.

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Chiropractic Treatment: The Science Behind Alternative Medicine

Posted December 29, 2012

Chiropractic treatments involve manipulation or adjustments of the spine to alleviate pain and elicit a healing response. Chiropractic care comes from the idea that most disease can be traced back to the spinal column, and by freeing up compressions and improper alignment of the vertebrae, the body is free to heal itself.

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Feeding, stooling and sleeping patterns in infants with colic – a randomized controlled trial of minimal acupuncture

Posted April 30, 2012

The aim was to describe the feeding- and stooling patterns of infants with colic and evaluate the influence of minimal acupuncture. A prospective, randomized, controlled, blind clinical study was conducted at a private acupuncture clinic in Sweden. 90 otherwise healthy 2-8 weeks old infants, born after gestational week 36, fulfilling the criteria for infantile colic and not medicated with dicyclomine, were included. 81 infants went through a structured program consisting of six visits to the clinic, twice weekly.

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