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a method of treatment that manipulates body structures (especially the spine) to relieve low back pain or even headache or high blood pressure

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Doctors of chiropractic medicine treat more than 30 million people annually, according to Sharecare.
Spine stretching, which is not considered part of legitimate chiropractic medicine, has been found to offer little if any relief.
Tyler (a practicing doctor of chiropractic for more than 35 years), continues to be a core text in the field of chiropractic medicine.
She plans to attend Oregon State University to study exercise and sports science and plans to continue her education in the field of chiropractic medicine.
Warner practices chiropractic medicine in Rockford, Illinois.
A longtime follower of chiropractic medicine, Diaz began making the commute to Gonzalez's Highland Park office twice a week.
These include chiropractic medicine, massage, acupuncture, transcendental meditation, t'ai chi chuan, yoga, laughter, love, faith, and prayer.
Colvin heard of The Joint concept, he knew this was the future of chiropractic medicine.
NUHS is one of only two schools in the US to offer degrees in naturopathic medicine, chiropractic medicine, acupuncture, Oriental medicine, and massage therapy on the same campus.
Pierre earned his chiropractic degree, he served a two-year sports residency in chiropractic medicine in L.
Palmer College of Chiropractic, which will decide whether blind individuals can still pursue a career in chiropractic medicine.
Northridge) introduces undergraduate kinesiology students and graduate students in athletic training, physical therapy, and chiropractic medicine to human biomechanics.
Subtitled Health Tips about Non-Traditional and Non-Western Medical Practices including Information about Acupuncture, Chiropractic Medicine, Dietary and Herbal Supplements, Hypnosis, Massage Therapy, Prayer and Spirituality, Reflexology, Yoga, and More, this offers an introduction to whole medical systems, manipulative and body-based practices, dietary remedies and herbal treatments, mind-body and energy medicine, using the senses and emotions to enhance well-being, and alternative treatments for specific situations such as pain, cancer, diabetes and mental health.
My dad worked hard and learned to speak fluent English in less than five years and became a doctor of chiropractic medicine practicing in Chicago.
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