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  Title Resolution of fatigue, malaise & depression in a 30 year old male following subluxation-based chiropractic care utilizing Gonstead Technique: A case study [case report]
URL https://vertebralsubluxation.sharepoint.com/Pages/2016_1386_fatiguemalaise.aspx
Journal Ann Vert Sublux Res. 2016 Winter;2016(1):Online access only p 10-20
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Publication Type Case Report
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Objective: This case study describes the effects of subluxation-based chiropractic care on the management of a 30-year-old male with fatigue, malaise and depression.

Clinical Features: A 30-year-old white married male presented with the chief complaint of general tiredness, fatigue, loss of energy and depression. The patient history also revealed complaints of occasional headaches and acid reflux.

Interventions and Outcomes: Over an eight-month period of time, the patient received specific intersegmental chiropractic care via the Gonstead Technique for reduction of vertebral subluxation. 46 total adjustive procedures were administered over 22 office visits. SF-36 general health survey was utilized to document patient progress at two-month intervals. Data analysis demonstrated significant improvement particularly in the areas of General Health, Mental Health, and Mental Component Summary, correlating with subjective patient reporting.

Conclusion: This case study demonstrates the efficacy of subluxation-based chiropractic care for the management of fatigue and malaise in a single patient. Following eight months of care via the Gonstead Technique, the patient’s symptoms of fatigue and malaise were reduced, and objective health measures via the SF-36 noted marked improvement in multiple areas.

Author keywords: Gonstead Technique, chiropractic, Nervoscope, vertebral subluxation, fatigue, malaise, depression, SF-36, adjustment

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