Research
Matrix repatterning is an objective system of assessment and treatment directed to normalizing biomechanical function.  It recognizes that certain injuries, especially those related to impact trauma, may penetrate to deep, dense structures, such as bone and the fascia surrounding certain internal organs. Once identified, restrictions in these tissues are released using gentle manual pressure.
Can it benefit a subgroup of LBP patients?
STUDY: The audible pop from thoracic spine thrust manipulation and its relation to short-term outcomes in patients with neck pain
The surprising results of three studies.
How university-based research will take chiropractic to the world.  An interview with Dr. Jill Hayden, DC, PhD
New research lays ‘The Great Stroke Hoax’ to rest
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