CLINICAL EFFICACY OF UPPER CERVICAL VERSUS FULL SPINE ADJUSTMENT ON CHILDREN WITH AUTISM
 
   

Clinical Efficacy of Upper Cervical Versus
Full Spine Adjustment on Children with Autism

This section is compiled by Frank M. Painter, D.C.
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FROM:   WFC's 7th Biennial Congress Proceeding MAY 1-3, 2003   328-9

Khorshid, K.A.; Zemba Jr., D.A.; Zemba, B.N.; Sweat, R.W.;


Children with autism are presented with multiple categories of clinical pictures that affect their social, sensory, speech, and physical development. In addition to chiropractic care, parents of autistic children seek all possible therapies available. In this study, the clinical outcome of chiropractic care showed higher efficacy of upper cervical adjustment when compared to full spine adjustment in autistic children.


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