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For any medical condition you have, regardless of similarities described, you must not completely rely on information from our website, videos, or blogs. You should never delay seeking medical advice, disregard medical advice, or discontinue medical treatment because of information on our website, videos, or blogs.
Chiropractic is not a treatment for any medical condition. Under chiropractic care, some medical conditions may disappear. Most of this is known from millions of patient testimonies, which is part of the evidence based care model. Chiropractic as a profession may lack significant volumes of higher quality evidence accepted in medical circles.
These are actual patient cases. Results vary among patients. Many of these specific cases were chosen because of something “extraordinary” in presentation. It should be expected that not every case will have the results. It is up to the individual patient to educate themselves before undergoing any type of medical or chiropractic care.
Any testimony or before and after x-ray is used with the expressed written consent of the patient. At any time, the patient may instruct us to remove any media pertaining to their case.
No cures are claimed here. The cases are presented as it happened. Patient presented with condition. Chiropractor corrected subluxation. Patient was then asked at re-evaluation about initial symptoms. Anytime actual patient words could be used, they were.