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Research Article Summaries Regarding Infants and Children
All the following conditions MAY be related to the presence of subluxations.
- These conditions are diagnosed by a Medical Doctor (M.D); not a Doctor of Chiropractic (D.C).
- Digestive Complaints
- Resolution of colic in an eight week old infant undergoing chiropractic care: a case study.
- Resolution of severe constipation, vomiting, and leg pain in a child undergoing subluxation based chiropractic care: a case report.
- Resolution of gastroesophageal reflux disorder in an infant with vertebral subluxation: a case report and selective review of literature.
- Genitourinary (GU)
- Resolution of nocturnal enuresis following adjustment of vertebral subluxations: a case report.
- Resolution of nocturnal enuresis in a 10-year-old child following chiropractic care to reduce vertebral subluxation: a case report.
- Immune Function
- Improvement of chronic sinusitis, constipation, and pharyngitis in a child following chiropractic care: a case report.
- Improved A1 C levels in a patient with insulin-dependent type I diabetes undergoing chiropractic care: a case report.
- Resolution of juvenile idiopathic arthritis and improved immune function in a 16 year old undergoing chiropractic care: a case study.
- Resolution of severe chronic asthma in an infant following upper cervical chiropractic care to reduce subluxation.
- Resolution of otitis media and avoidance of tympanostomy tubes in a 16-month old with birth trauma following subluxation based care: a case study and selective review of literature.
- Resolution of otitis media, improvement in hearing and avoidance of myringotomy tubes following chiropractic care in a child: a case report and selective review of the literature.
- Reduction of a lumbar scoliosis and improved cervical curve in a female patient following network spinal analysis care: a case study.