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spinal adjustment

Chiropractic
A generic term referring to the main type of treatment provided by chiropractors; the most common adjustment techniques used in chiropractic are the high-velocity, low-force recoil thrust and the rotational thrust.

spinal adjustment

Chiropractic The main type of treatment provided by chiropractors; the most common SA used in chiropractic is a high-velocity, low-force recoil thrust and rotational thrust. See Chiropractic, Recoil thrust, Rotational thrust, Spinal misalignment.

spi·nal ad·just·ment

(spī'năl ă-jŭst'mĕnt)
Manual method of specific osseous movement of the vertebrae using controlled force, direction, leverage, amplitude, and velocity; typically performed by a chiropractor.
Synonym(s): adjustment (1) .
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The appeals court on Tuesday declined to order a new trial for a man who suffered a stroke immediately after a chiropractor gave him a spinal adjustment. A Clay County jury in 2016 sided with the defendant chiropractor, Michael Hudak and his practice, I Got Your Back Chiropractic in Kansas City.
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Also, known as spinal adjustment it can provide long-term or short-term relief.
Next thing I know it's 4:00am, I'm shit-can loaded, and getting a full spinal adjustment on the floor of the La Quinta.
If your child has constant coughs and colds, poor ear function, growing pains or perhaps they're a restless sleeper, a chiropractic spinal adjustment could produce dramatic responses.
What I do is perform a specific spinal adjustment to remove nerve pressure and the body responds by healing itself.
The most common procedure is the spinal adjustment, accomplished through diverse techniques.
For one thing, the differences were statistically significant even after controlling for people who had experienced neck pain before they had a spinal adjustment.
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However, it must be remembered that the purpose of the spinal adjustment is the correction of the VSC, not the treatment of conditions.
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