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Nov, 2014

Role of chiropractic in managing seizures in children with autism

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This article was taken from Natural News. Click here. Over a decade ago, Pistolese presented the results of a thorough chiropractic literature review that out of the 17 papers reviewed, 15 epileptic patients out of 15 reported positive outcomes resulting from subluxation-based chiropractic care (like what we do at lighthouse). Since his paper, several studies have been published documenting similar results. Of the various theories that have been postulated to explain the apparent effectiveness subluxation-based chiropractic has in managing seizures, Amalu’s work concerning cerebral penumbra applies most readily to autistic […]

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Nov, 2014

High Blood Pressure and Today’s Chiropractic?

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Patients involved in a study experienced a significant lowering of both their systolic and diastolic blood pressure after receiving chiropractic adjustments.(1) That’s incredible news if you are one of the 19 out of 20 Canadian’s who are estimated to develop hypertension (high blood pressure) in their lifetime.(2) For those of you who have read my blog for a while you’ll know exactly why. Because the nervous system controls everything. Even blood pressure. Our family learned this first hand through my mom’s sky high blood pressure for over 9 years. Doctors […]

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