Condition of the Month:  Suppressed Immune System

Condition of the Month: Suppressed Immune System

Symptoms

  • Fever
  • Muscle aches and pains
  • Swollen lymph nodes
  • Nausea
  • Upset stomach or diarrhea
  • Nasal drainage
  • Headache

During the flu epidemic of 1917-1918, both chiropractors and osteopaths noticed that their patients had a lower fatality rate, 0.25% than the medical profession at 5-6%. The conclusion of a paper written in 1919 was that subluxations suppressed the immune system and that removing them assisted the immune function. Now newer research shows that white blood cells increase with chiropractic adjustments. So the next time you want to cancel your appointment because you’re too sick, remember a chiropractic adjustment is just what the doctor ordered.

References
1.Riley GW. Osteopathic success in the treatment of influenza and pneumonia.J Am Osteopathic Assn,
1919; 18:565
2.Brennan PC, etal. Immunologic correlate of reduced spinal mobility.Proceedings of the 1991
International Conference on Spinal Manipulation(FCER):118
3.Brennan PC, etal. Enhance phagocytic cell respiratory burst induced by spinal manipulation. J
Manipulative Physiol Ther 1991;14:399
4.Selano JL, et al. The effects of specific upper cervical adjustments on theCD4 counts of HIV positive
patients. Chiropractic Research J 1994;3:32.
5.Todres-MasarskyM, Masarsky CS. The Somatovisceral Interface: Further evidence. In Masarsky CS, Todres-Masarsky M (editors). SomatovisceralAspects of Chiropractic: An Evidence-Based Approach,
2001, Churchill Livingstone, New York
Integrity Management

Treatment

Chiropractic care works on boosting the immune system by increasing white blood cell count. To see if chiropractic may be able to help you, call 918-861-4748 today for a complimentary consultation

Condition of the Month:  Headaches

Condition of the Month: Headaches

If you have a headache, you’re not alone. Nine out of ten Americans suffer from headaches. Some are occasional, some frequent, some are dull and throbbing, and some cause debilitating pain and nausea.

Headaches have many causes, or “triggers”. These may include foods, environmental stimuli (noises, lights, stress, etc.), and/or behaviors (insomnia, excessive exercise, blood sugar changes, etc.) About five percent of all headaches are warning signals caused by physical problems.”
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