Words nearby chiropractic
How to use chiropractic in a sentence
Critics quickly pointed out issues8 with the original study9—that there was no actual measure of cell phone use, that the sample was drawn from chiropractic patients rather than the general population, and that there were contradictions in the data.Science Isn’t Here for Your Mommy Shaming - Issue 100: Outsiders|Cailin O'Connor|May 19, 2021|Nautilus
That fear isn’t really warranted, but it’s true that chiropractic sits somewhere between standard and alternative health care.
Some chiropractors today create viral content to promote their businesses—and chiropractic care in general—situating this trend at the bizarre American intersection of health care, capitalism, and social media.
The videos became a way, in the King’s words, to educate the public about chiropractic care and to entertain followers.
Yoga and regular chiropractic care have been worth it to keep my spine happy.
Her back care regimen includes regular yoga practice, chiropractic care and massage.
She learned to slouch, which, for this trained dancer, took some effort and weeks of chiropractic correction afterward.
Dr. Steven Margolin founded Longevity Health to provide stellar chiropractic and clinical nutrition care.Gal With a Suitcase: New York's Best Pampering Spots|Jolie Hunt|February 11, 2011|DAILY BEAST
British Dictionary definitions for chiropractic
Derived forms of chiropracticchiropractor, noun
Word Origin for chiropractic
Medical definitions for chiropractic
Other words from chiropracticchi′ro•prac′tor n.
Cultural definitions for chiropractic
A system of treating disease and musculoskeletal disorders that involves manipulation of the backbone and other body parts. In chiropractic, disorders of the nerves are considered the cause of illness.