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Chiropractic Adjustments

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"Multiple studies have found that (a single session of) chiropractic spinal adjustment modifies central processing, including somatosensory processing, sensorimotor integration, motor control, and pain, suggesting that the chiropractic intervention can rapidly affect neural and neuromuscular function in multiple ways.  The spine is the biomechanical and neurological connection between the brain and limbs, and there is evidence that changes in afferent signals from the spine alter central neural processing, impacting the motor control of the limbs. In particular, strength increases have been documented to occur following chiropractic HVLA (High Velocity Low Amplitude) adjustments to dysfunctional spinal segments."
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