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Dec 16, 2015

Evidence Based Care: Chiropractic Research – Part 7


 

Evidence Based Care

 

One of the things I thoroughly enjoy each month is reviewing chiropractic research. Here are some of my favourites. Each has tremendous potential for further investigation and further research is needed before clear public health messages can be developed. I hope you enjoy the read.

Neurovertebral Influence Upon the Autonomic Nervous System

In a 2 part series, Rome assessed nearly 500 papers addressing spine-related neural reflexes upon organic symptoms, signs and conditions and the somato-autonomic influence. This incredible resource should be read by every practicing chiropractor, particularly those who see the value of chiropractic care as limited to musculoskeletal pain syndromes. The review includes visceral, immune, endocrine, and cognitive issues.

Rome PL: Neurovertebral influence upon the autonomic nervous system: Some of the somato-autonomic evidence to date. Chiropr J Aust 2009; 39: 2-17.

www.chiroindex.org/wp-content/uploads/2010/11/Rome_PL_2009.pdf

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