chiropractor


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chiropractor

[′kī·rə‚prak·tər]
(medicine)
One who practices the chiropractic arts.
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The Chiropractic BioPhysics Annual Conference is held each year between August and October at various locations throughout North America and acts not only as a way for CBP chiropractors to further their knowledge and expertise, but to build stronger life-long relationships and allow for exchange of ideas between fellow chiropractors.
While there are not many demographic differences among recent users of chiropractic care, there are notable differences among people who have visited a chiropractor before and those who have not.
4) Which Chiropractor Offices Perform Massage and Adjustments in St.
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.
43) The movement for chiropractor licensing became part of a nationwide movement for occupational licensing, "which finally institutionalized medical regulation in America after more than two centuries of sporadic and largely ineffective efforts.
During the course of a visit or assessment, a chiropractor may refer a patient to another doctor or specialist, depending on the condition.
Opponents of the original measure, including the Texas Medical Association (TMA) and the Texas Academy of Family Physicians (TAFP), said the drafted bill could have endangered patients, because the Texas Medical Board would have no authority to go after chiropractors overstepping their training, but given an "all clear" from the Chiropractic Examiners.
The 1991 Chiropractor's Registration Law states that chiropractors are obliged to register with both the Ministry of Health and the CCA in order to be allowed to practice.
Did the chiropractor say just how the adjustment was able to eliminate hearing your heartbeat?
Google "chiropractor" and "Operation DVD" and you'll get several hits from online news release services and newspaper Web sites, all with virtually the same headline: "Local chiropractor helps soldiers overseas through Operation DVD" .
Mr Hindson, now a practice manager, said he would have taken his own life had he not visited a chiropractor for "readjustment" after reading a book about the benefits of the holistic therapy.
A chiropractor will want to understand the root cause of your condition, such as back pain.