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Chiropractic for Pediatric Development and Adult Health

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Located in Cedar Rapids, Iowa, Spinal Corrective Center, P.C. is a family practice serving people of all ages and all abilities. Our purpose is to provide chiropractic adjustments for optimum correction of spinal alignment, which allows for the most complete neurological function and health expression.  

Dr. Cretsinger, Dr. Cuhel, and the staff at Spinal Corrective Center, P.C. are committed to educating families on healthy living and well-being so you can make informed health care choices, which will positively impact your family today and in the future.

 

 

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Tic Disorder Helped in an 8-Year-Old Boy Following Chiropractic - A Case Study
Tic Disorder Helped in an 8-Year-Old Boy Following Chiropractic - A Case Study
In the Journal of Upper Cervical Chiropractic Research, a case study was published on November 18, 2013, documenting the case of a child who was medically diagnosed with a "tic" disorder being helped by chiropractic care. . . .
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Mental Health & Chiropractic
Mental Health & Chiropractic
A paper published in the October 24, 2013, issue of the Journal of Philosophy, Principles & Practice of Chiropractic discussed the subject and benefits of chiropractic for patients with mental health issues. According to author Dr. Christopher Kent, a chiropractor and attorney, the objective of the paper . . .
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One in Ten U.S. Kids Diagnosed With ADHD
One in Ten U.S. Kids Diagnosed With ADHD
The above is a headline from a HealthDay article appearing on WebMD on April 1, 2013. What is interesting is the sub-headline for this story which reads, "But many children who get diagnosis may not really have the condition, experts say." . . .
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Diffuse Idiopathic Skeletal Hyperostosis Helped with Chiropractic
Diffuse Idiopathic Skeletal Hyperostosis Helped with Chiropractic
A case series was published in the Annals of Vertebral Subluxation Research, on February 28, 2013, documenting the improvement of a series of patients with Diffuse Idiopathic Skeletal Hyperostosis, (DISH). It is also known as "Forestier's disease." . . .
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