Network Spinal Analysis

Torque Release Technique

Chiropractic & Physiological Enhancements
(should interest athletes striving for peak performance)

Chiropractic Effects on Athletic Ability

This study compared two groups of athletes. Fifty athletes divided into two groups. One group received chiropractic adjustments, the other served as a control. The athletes were compared across eleven different test parameters to measure aspects of athletic ability, which included agility, balance, kinesthetic (movement) perception, power, speed, and reaction time.

After 6 weeks, the control group exhibited minor improvement in eight of the 11 test parameters, while the chiropractic group improved significantly in all 11 areas. For example, when comparing Hand Reaction Time after 6 weeks, the control group improved less than 1%, while the chiropractic group demonstrated improvement of more than an 18%. After 12 weeks, the chiropractic group demonstrated more than 30% improvement.

Lauro A. Mouch B. Chiropractic: The Journal of Chiropractic Research and Clinical Investigation. 1991; 6: 84-87

Chiropractic & DNA Repair

Chiropractic & Immune System Function

Chiropractic Effects on Immune Function in HIV Positive Patients

This small study compared two groups of HIV positive patients over a period of 6 months. One group received specific upper-cervical adjustments, the other served as a control, receiving no adjustments. At 6 months, the chiropractic group demonstrated a 48% increase in CD4 counts. In contrast, the control group demonstrated a 7.96% decrease in CD4 counts.

Selano JL; Hightower BC; Pfleger B; Collins KF; Grostic JD. The effects of specific upper cervical adjustments on the CD4 counts of HIV positive patients. CRJ 1994; 3(1): 32 / Mantis ID: 27222

Chiropractic & Infertility

Chiropractic Pediatrics & Prenatal Care

Home Birth

Epidural Risks

Ultrasound Safety


Other Pediatric & Prenatal

Chiropractic and Other General Research & Information Links