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Patient Improves with Chiropractic Care After Unsuccessful Surgery

A patient had improved results with chiropractic care after an unsuccessful cervical spine surgery, according to a case study performed at Life Chiropractic College West. A 55-year-old man had neck pain and left upper extremity problems after unsuccessful cervical spine surgery. Chiropractic adjustments were applied to sites of vertebral subluxations and rehabilitation exercises were also used as adjunct to care. The patient reported a decrease in neck pain and left arm pain after chiropractic intervention. The patient also demonstrated a marked increase in range of motion in his arm.

Source: Journal of Manipulative Physiologic Therapeutics, Septe