ICA Internat Rev Chiro 1995 (Jan): 37–40
Bachman, Trent, Lantz, Charles
The chiropractic management of asthma and enuresis of traumatic a two-year, ten-month-old male child. In May 1987 at the age of 22 months the child was medically examined and subsequently diagnosed with asthma. In an attempt to control the asthmatic symptoms two medications were prescribed, Metaproterenal Syrup and Theordore Sprinkle. On May 20, 1988 the child was seen for chiropractic examination and evaluation, and from that date to August 3, 1991 the child received 28 chiropractic adjustive/manipulative treatments. Dramatic improvement of asthma and enuresis followed chiropractic management. The application of Gonstead adjustive/manipulative therapy and the rationale for the correction of vertebral subluxation complex in the case of childhood asthma and enuresis are discussed.
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