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Dynamic Chiropractic – February 1, 2020, Vol. 38, Issue 02

Calm & Cool Chiropractic

By K. Jeffrey Miller, DC, MBA
When I entered the outpatient clinic in chiropractic college, my initial patient population consisted primarily of patients with chronic problems. They were all in pain, but none was incapacitated by the pain. This was consistent for the first few months. Then one day, a patient showed up who was in terrible shape. Her name was Naomi and she had injured her back while working in her yard. She was antalgic, barely able to walk and in tears. 

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