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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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He gained his degree in chiropractice at the University of Glamorgan - one of only two universities in the country to teach the chiropractice techniques he wanted to pursue.
ChiroPractice Marketing Solutions has set out to change the country's understanding of chiropractic one corporation at a time.
Tim Hutchful of the British Chiropractice Association said: 'An election campaign has meant he has been constantly on the move.
The Dr Foster Good Complementary Therapist Guide aims to measure and quantify certain standards for complementary therapists, offering national guided tour of the ``big five'' - acupuncture, homeopathy, osteopathy, chiropractice and herbal medicine.
The authority dismissed both complaints, admitting that Bob's qualifications were genuine and he was entitled to use them even if they were not related to chiropractice.
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The numerical codes apply to medical and surgical, obstetrics, placement, administration, measurement and monitoring, imaging, nuclear medicine, radiation oncology, osteopathy, diagnostic audiology and rehabilitation, extracorporeal assistance and performance, laboratory, mental health, chiropractice, and miscellaneous.
This contains everything you'll ever need to know about acupuncture, aromatherapy, Bach flower remedies, chiropractice, healing, herbalism, home-opathy, hypnotherapy, iridology, osteopathy, reflexology - and much, much more