mixer approach

mixer approach,

n a school of thought associated with chiropractic medicine in which other therapeutic approaches such as physical therapy, nutritional supplements, homeopathy, acupuncture, biofeedback, and herbal remedies are used in addition to manipulation of the spine. Adherents to this school of thought believe subluxation is one of several origins of disease. Debate between the concepts associated with straight chiropractic and mixer approach are ongoing. See also subluxation and straight chiropractic.
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The harmonic mixer approach relies on a comb generator to produce a signal at the required integer harmonic of the LO.