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Chiropractic patients need yoga more than anyone, and are least likely to do it.


1. Popular perception of yoga has been tainted.

2. Patients require special training and observation.

3. Chiropractors generally don't know yoga teachers to recommend.

4. Most Chiropractors don't actually do it themselves.

Chiropractic care, in conjunction with appropriate yoga techniques, generates noteworthy synergy, providing better outcomes, faster. If someone tries yoga before and after an adjustment, the point will be understood immediately.

Continuing to practice yoga, without clearing up subluxations, tends to be torturous, and tends to reinforce compensations and imbalances that increase risk of injury and remodeling of vertebrae. Most of them opt out of practice because they are always sore afterward.

Admin Feb 10 '23

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Dr. Shim explains the placebo effect and the less well-known nocebo effect.

For more information, please visit https://www.shimspine.com/placebo-vs-....


Peiris, N., Blasini, M., Wright, T., & Colloca, L. (2018). The Placebo Phenomenon: A Narrow Focus on Psychological Models. Perspectives in biology and medicine, 61(3), 388–400. https://doi.org/10.1353/pbm.2018.0051


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