Change Of Spinal Position And Abdominal Consequences

Published November 27, 2015

Here is a study where the authors had patients with AS. This change of the spinal curves minimized the abdominal cavity and also had a negative impact on the GI system. When the authors did surgery the changes the spinal curves closer to normal and it increased the abdominal cavity and improved GI function and health. We can try to achieve this in our office with corrective spinal care.  Again, if a patient has abnormal curves and we can try and improve it, should we only treat them for 6 visits? I do not think so. Here is the conclusion . . .

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