chiropractor


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chiropractor

[′kī·rə‚prak·tər]
(medicine)
One who practices the chiropractic arts.
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Apart from being experienced and reliable in his field, following are some of the factors, which a good chiropractor must possess.
After the patient and chiropractor participants were recruited and consented to participate, the first author (male chiropractor and graduate student with qualitative research training) led one-to-one audio-recorded semi-structured interviews in a private room at Dalhousie University.
Now Canadian chiropractors are saying that this gesture has become the culprit behind the preponderance of a painful chronic condition referred to as "text neck.
Adults who have been to a chiropractor in the last five years span the age spectrum and come from different racial, educational and socio-economic backgrounds.
A chiropractor will conduct a query of a patient's medical history; perform a physical exam as well as a neurological and orthopedic examination.
The lawsuit attacks the business model of combing through police reports for names, addresses and phone numbers of people involved in auto accidents and then persuading them to visit a chiropractor who may be paying the runner up to $600 per patient.
A number of other medical conditions with which a qualified chiropractor can help include tendonitis, scoliosis, arthritis, asthma, respiratory infection, multiple sclerosis, gastrointestinal issues and many others.
Be sure to let your primary health care professional know you are receiving chiropractic care, and, likewise, keep your chiropractor apprised of any treatments you're receiving from another health care professional.
However, there was considerable heterogeneity among the participating chiropractors concerning the recommendation of MC.
Even if you believe that the medical profession's wild-eyed jihad against chiropractic treatment was an unfair and counterproductive one, you may be interested to find out what some of the actual arguments against chiropractors were.
SUCCESS: Kerri Stone, left, of Stockton Chiropractic Clinic, is presented with the Clinical Management Quality Mark by Jatinder Benepal, of the College of Chiropractors
Right now, podiatrists and optometrists, for example, can, but chiropractors cannot.