Index to Chiropractic Literature
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ID 5701
Title Cerebral dysfunction: A theory to explain some of the effects of chiropractic manipulation
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Journal Chiropr Tech. 1993 Nov;5(4):168-173
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Publication Type Article
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This paper presents a theory, not previously reported or commented upon by chiropractors, to explain a possible mode of action of spinal manipulation in some patients with complaints that are extremely difficult to quantify, such as visual disorders, dizziness, depression, anxiety, memory problems, attention span problems, difficulty with concentration, irritability, tiredness, and clumsiness. This theory is put forward with the aim of generating comments from the chiropractic profession, and to develop a study to test the theory.


 

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