Concept Therapy technique

Concept Therapy technique

A permutation of chiropractic developed in 1931 by an American chiropractor, Thurman Fleet (1895–1983). It consists of a diagnostic component (zone therapy diagnosis or zone testing) and a therapeutic component (suggestive zone therapy), in which the patient is guided to mentally combat disease through positive thoughts. Concept Therapy divides the body into six health zones, each of which may respond to chiropractic adjustments.
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