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The science and art of Chiropractic has advanced since its discovery in 1895 by D.D. Palmer. The word chiro is greek for hand therefore chiropractic means to practice by hand. The techniques used originally have evolved. In it’s infancy chiropractic techniques were similar yet different from the modern techniques used by the profession today. Through the study and application of structural and functional anatomy and physics the techniques utilized by today’s practitioner are far more refined and numerous.

Many techniques have evolved but each to accomplish the same ends and that is to ensure the proper alignment of the vertebrae in the spinal column. Though some instrumentation and ancillary tools are utilized most of the treatments administered continue to be by hand for there is no replacement for the skills developed by the practitioners hands.

The research in regard to chiropractic has revealed that the advanced state of the science now places it in mainstream healthcare. Chiropractic services are now covered by virtually every health insurance company. It has been incorporated in the U.S. military because of the proof of its efficacy and ability to keep military troops ready for their mission.

Through  maintaining proper spinal alignment, the brain is more  capable of transmitting messages of function and healing to every part of the body.Patients who have received this care from their chiropractor have reported fewer headaches, cold and flu symptoms as well as an increase in energy and improved flexibility of the spine. They have also reported an increase in exercise practice such as Tai Chi and Yoga, an increased ability to participate in meditation, self-hypnosis and relaxation. They have become more adept and conscious of the need to each healthier foods and obtain some independence from prescription medications.