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Brown, P. (1994) 'Chiropractic: a medical perspective', Minn Med.1994 Feb;77(2):21-5.

Minn Med.1994 Feb;77(2):21-5.

Chiropractic: a medical perspective

P Brown

Abstract:

Chiropractic health care is founded on the premise that many diseases are the result of spinal nerve impingements or interference. These nerve impingements are postulated to be the result of misaligned vertebra or "subluxations." Research indicates that spinal manipulation may be beneficial in low back pain, but the claim that spinal manipulation is of value for optimizing general health and treating non-musculoskeletal conditions is unfounded.

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