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Auriculotherapy

Published: September 11, 2016   |   Category: Blog   |   Service:

Auriculotherapy was developed by Dr. Paul Nogier, a neurologist, in the 1950’s. He became interested in the study when several of his sciatic patients related how they had been helped by a middle eastern woman. They reported that their suffering ended after she put a hot needle into their ears. Nogier began his quest to […]

Torque Release Technique

Published: September 6, 2016   |   Category: Blog   |   Service:

(Article courtesy of torquerelease.com.au) Torque Release Technique in chiropractic language this is known as a “low-force,” “neurologically-based,” “tonal,” “subluxation-centered” assessment and adjusting technique. The methods TRT offers have firm foundations in science: 1) Anatomy and an understanding of the amazing structure of the spinal column, spinal cord and central nervous system. 2) Physiology and cutting-edge […]

Torque Release Technique and EEG Brainwave Function

Published: January 2, 2016   |   Category: Research   |   Service: ,

New Technique Introduced – EEG Confirms Results – By Jay Holder, DC One of the most exciting events during Life College’s 20th anniversary Homecoming was the debut of the Torque Release TechniqueTM, billed as the first and newest adjustment technique for chiropractic’s second century. The debut was no less exciting for having been unplanned. Jay […]

The History of Cranial Adjusting

Published: January 1, 2016   |   Category: Blog   |   Service:

The concept that the bones in the skull fuse in early childhood originated in a paper written in 1873 referred to as the “Munro-Kellie Doctrine.” The research that supported this theory is 136-years old and apparently the paper was not very well done (even for the standards of that time). Phrenology was the first system […]

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