By Virgil V. Strang, Jerome F. McAndrews
Describes the 33 ideas of Chiropractic care.
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Homewood, p. 47. 26A. E. Homewood, p. 42. 27D. D. Palmer, p. 426. 60 The Scientific Basis of Chiropractic 28Ibid, p. 36. 29DePaima and Rothman, The Intervertebral Disc (Philadelphia: Saunders, 1970), p. 24. 30Michaei Patterson, "A Model Mechanism for Spinal Segmental Facilitation," Journal of the American Osteopathic Association (September 1976), p. 69. 31Irvin Korr, "The Spinal Cord as Organizer of Disease Processes: Some Preliminary Perspectives," Journal of the American Osteopathic Association (September 1976), pp.
A comparative analysis of the data showed a "significant reduction of peak latencies of 8-9 msec. , indi cating decreased suffering". •. . Carl Cleveland III, D. , associate professor in the Department of Aerospace Engineering Sciences at the University of Colorado, report the effects of differing chiropractic treatments (or no treatments) on the nerve function of 30 patients. 11 The double blind, multiple control study determined the status of nerve function by having patients perform qualified motor and sensory tasks.
Of Static-Chiropractic Clinic in Naples, report the results of a 64 The Clinical Results of Chiropractic one-year follow-up of patients with lumbar and sciatic, and cer vicobrachial pain. 10 Following a variety of examinations, ten patients were selected who demonstated spine alterations, while being free of EEG alterations, muscle pathologies and CNS disease. The pa tients abstained from medication and other therapy during the study. In order to remove the possibility of placebo-effect, the patients were studied by way of somatosensory evoked potentials (SEP) before and after chiropractic care.