Extremity Adjusting: A Vital Part of Chiropractic

Wong, Kevin M.
May 2013
American Chiropractor;May2013, Vol. 35 Issue 5, p14
The article focuses on the issue of chiropractic. It is mentioned that extreme adjusting in chiropractic helps to maintain the whole body care. It states that common injury such as lower back pain occurs due to collapse of the three arches of the feet which results in muscle hypertonicity, and altered biomechanics and pain. It mentions that properly analyzing and adjusting the pain extremity helps provide more patient satisfaction. Also reflects that extremity work strengthens spine knowledge.


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