Index to Chiropractic Literature
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ID 18738
Title Resource document. Autism: a chiropractic perspective
URL http://dx.doi.org/10.1016/j.clch.2005.08.001
Journal Clin Chiropr. 2006 Mar;9(1):6-10
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Publication Type Article
Abstract/Notes Chiropractors, as with other primary healthcare clinicians, are often faced with a child whom they suspect may have symptoms of autism, often previously undiagnosed. As such, it is important that there is familiarity with the symptoms, primary of which are difficulties in communicating or relating to other people. Although there is no known cause for autism, various potential aetiologies are under investigation. A number of abnormalities are found in multiple systems and functions in the autistic individual who presents a number of management challenges.

Some researchers have discovered a laterality of the atlas in children with autism and there are various suggestions as to why removing upper cervical dysfunction may have a positive effect on the symptoms of autism. This paper offers a systematic review of the condition with emphasis on the elements pertinent to the manual therapist.

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