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|Comment||Sorry, but the research looks like proprietary stuff, or poor quality research. I don't believe in case studies or testimonials. I don't have a problem with chiropractic as a profession, but a problem when doctors try to pull stuff that doesn't make any sense. My friends go to chiropractors that do not take xrays or make them come in three times a week forever and they do just fine; I did come across an article on alignment by a doctor McGill and it revealed that altered alignment of bones is common. I also don't like that you are so self serving, trying to sell your clinic in St. Louis. Disappointing to say the least.|
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As an Upper Cervical Specific Doctor, I have Advanced Training in Analyzing and Correcting Head-Neck Injuries. In our St Louis office we see a lot of Concussions, Whiplash, Headaches, Migraines, Depression and more.
Have been learning & practicing The Brainstem Procedure in children and adults since 1994.
KCUCS (Knee Chest Upper Cervical Specific) MSCA Board Member(Missouri State Chiropractic Association)
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Doctor of Chiropractic Degree from Life University. Board Certified and licensed. KCUCS Advanced Certified (Brainstem Procedure).
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