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Exploring the Neuromodulatory Effects of the Vertebral Subluxation and Chiropractic Care

@article{Taylor2010ExploringTN,
  title={Exploring the Neuromodulatory Effects of the Vertebral Subluxation and Chiropractic Care},
  author={H. Taylor and K. Holt and B. Murphy},
  journal={Chiropractic Journal of Australia},
  year={2010},
  volume={40},
  pages={37}
}
  • H. Taylor, K. Holt, B. Murphy
  • Published 2010
  • Engineering
  • Chiropractic Journal of Australia
  • The elusive vertebral subluxation is the central defining clinical principle of the chiropractic profession. After almost 115 years of discussion there is still little consensus regarding the nature of the vertebral subluxation or its potential associated neurological manifestations. Some authors even deny that the subluxation exists. In this paper a model is presented that assumes that the putative vertebral subluxation represents a state of altered afferent input which is responsible for… CONTINUE READING
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