THE EFFECTS OF SPECIFIC UPPER CERVICAL ADJUSTMENTS ON THE CD4 COUNTS OF HIV POSITIVE PATIENTS
 
   

The Effects of Specific Upper Cervical Adjustments
on the CD4 Counts of HIV Positive Patients

This section is compiled by Frank M. Painter, D.C.
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FROM:   Chiro Res J 1994;   3 (1):   3239

Selano, J.; Hightower, B.; Pfleger, B.; Collins, K.; Grostic, J.


The researchers of this project sought to demonstrate that upper specific adjustments would have a profound effect on the physiology, serology and immunology of HIV positive individuals. The effect of specific upper cervical adjustments on the iummune system CD4 cell counts of HIV positive individuals was measured by CD4/mm3 in the blood. These tests were performed by the patients independent medical center where they were under medical supervision for the regular group were dramatically increased over the counts of the control group. A 48% increase in CD4 cells was demonstrated over the six month duration of the study for the adjusted group.

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