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A chiropractic activator is a small, handheld medical device used to give an impulse to the spine without inducing an injury as part of a chiropractic treatment procedure. It is used to manually manipulate the spinal cor... More »

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Palmer Chiropractic Clinics offer X-rays, chiropractic spinal adjustments, nutrition and exercise counseling, therapeutic massages, sports and general physicals, sports rehabilitation and DOT physicals, explains Palmer C... More »

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Up to 80 percent of individuals report that chiropractic care effectively treated pain associated with bulging disks, reports Washington Chiropractic Center. Health professionals agree that the theories behind spinal dec... More »

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