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By improving allignment & joint mobility, Regular Chiropractic care helps prevent premature wear and tear of the joints of the body & optimizes nerve flow for optimal function of the body. 649-339-1000 in Turtle Cove, Turks and Caicos..
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Chiropractors find and correct the cause of why your body isn't working the way it should vs masking symptoms with meds....
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Do u need some wellness rejuvenation during your Turks & Caicos vacation? Call us at 649-339-1000 or visit our website @ www.chiropractorandmassagetherapy.com
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A spine maintained with regular chiropractic care becomes a flexible and more resilient to daily stress and micro-trauma..
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Chiropractic improves lives on many levels
An Epidemiological Approach To The Effects Subluxation-Based Chiropractic Care Had In Managing ADHD, Depression And Learning Disabilities In An 8-Year Boy: A Case Study

Eric L. Zielinski, DC (c), MPH (c), BA
Life University, Marietta, GA
Emory University, Atlanta, GA
Email: ezielinski1615@student.life.edu
Phone: (248) 930-6428

Kahlid Mankal, DC
Barrhaven Family Chiropractic
900 Greenbank Road
Nepean, ON K2J1S8
Email: livelifefully@rogers.com
Phone: (613) 823-7900

 
Abstract

Objective: We present the findings in which an eight-year boy diagnosed with ADHD and learning disability experienced marked improvement in response to subluxation-based chiropractic management.

Clinical Features:  Eight-year male presented into the office with a chief complaint of ADHD (inattentive type) and learning disability regarding working memory and processing speed. Seven months prior he was diagnosed via private psycho-educational testing validating these conditions, which permitted several accommodations to be utilized in school including the following: requesting paraphrasing of instructions to ensure comprehension, allowing extra time to complete assignments, having printed material read to him, and several others. Regarding behavior issue, the patient’s frustration with his friends and challenges with other students at school caused him considerable anger and frequent outburst in class. The patient’s mother brought him into for chiropractic care for an alterative treatment plan to manage these concerns. His mother reported that his medications appeared to be ineffective, causing nausea, heart palpitations and low appetite.

Intervention and Outcomes: Subluxation-based chiropractic was initiated utilizing Chiropractic Biophysics (CBP) and Turner Cranial techniques, which resulted in significant improvements in the following areas: irritability, mood swings, social interaction, temper, energy, memory and immune function. After eight months of care he continues to progress as evidenced by positive reports from his school teachers and parents we claim that they “have their son back!” 

Conclusions: The improved outcomes of a child with ADHD (inattentive type), learning disability, and social behavior disturbance undergoing chiropractic management to reduce vertebral subluxation are described. We suggest that clinical trials more formally testing the efficacy of these findings in a controlled setting be conducted to confirm whether or not chiropractic care should be part of the multidisciplinary management of these conditions.

Key Words: chiropractic, subluxation, adjustment, CBP, ADHD, learning disability, SHINE 
An Epidemiological Approach To The Effects Subluxation-Based Chiropractic Care Had In Managing ADHD, Depression And Learning Disabilities In An 8-Year Boy: A Case Study

Eric L. Zielinski, DC (c), MPH (c), BA
Life University, Marietta, GA
Emory University, Atlanta, GA
Email: ezielinski1615@student.life.edu
Phone: (248) 930-6428

Kahlid Mankal, DC
Barrhaven Family Chiropractic
900 Greenbank Road
Nepean, ON K2J1S8
Email: livelifefully@rogers.com
Phone: (613) 823-7900

 
Abstract

Objective: We present the findings in which an eight-year boy diagnosed with ADHD and learning disability experienced marked improvement in response to subluxation-based chiropractic management.

Clinical Features:  Eight-year male presented into the office with a chief complaint of ADHD (inattentive type) and learning disability regarding working memory and processing speed. Seven months prior he was diagnosed via private psycho-educational testing validating these conditions, which permitted several accommodations to be utilized in school including the following: requesting paraphrasing of instructions to ensure comprehension, allowing extra time to complete assignments, having printed material read to him, and several others. Regarding behavior issue, the patient’s frustration with his friends and challenges with other students at school caused him considerable anger and frequent outburst in class. The patient’s mother brought him into for chiropractic care for an alterative treatment plan to manage these concerns. His mother reported that his medications appeared to be ineffective, causing nausea, heart palpitations and low appetite.

Intervention and Outcomes: Subluxation-based chiropractic was initiated utilizing Chiropractic Biophysics (CBP) and Turner Cranial techniques, which resulted in significant improvements in the following areas: irritability, mood swings, social interaction, temper, energy, memory and immune function. After eight months of care he continues to progress as evidenced by positive reports from his school teachers and parents we claim that they “have their son back!” 

Conclusions: The improved outcomes of a child with ADHD (inattentive type), learning disability, and social behavior disturbance undergoing chiropractic management to reduce vertebral subluxation are described. We suggest that clinical trials more formally testing the efficacy of these findings in a controlled setting be conducted to confirm whether or not chiropractic care should be part of the multidisciplinary management of these conditions.

Key Words: chiropractic, subluxation, adjustment, CBP, ADHD, learning disability, SHINE 
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