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Rethinking Orthopedics

Rethinking Orthopedics

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July 16th 2014:Chiropractic Includes Spinal Adjusting and Much More

Chiropractors have been practicing in this country for well over 150 years, but people tend to think of chiropractors in terms of spinal adjustment and not much else. My guest, Elaine J. Wagner, D.C., will help us understand the broad range of what chiropractors do, how they differ from other health care professionals, and how to choose a chiropractor. Some people are afraid of spinal adjustments, so we will talk about spinal adjustments and how they are done, as well as why it is important to approach health problems in layers and with multiple approaches. Dr. Wagner will talk about some

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Elaine J. Wagner, D.C.

Elaine J. Wagner, D.C., is a licensed chiropractor, acupuncturist, and certified hypnotist who opened her Chicago practice in 1980. She uses detailed history-taking to pinpoint the main contributing factor and then approaches the problem in layers, using one modality and then adding others as needed, including qi gong, flower essences, rehabilitative exercises, massage, and nutritional counseling. Dr. Wagner encourages patients to assume responsibility for their health through good posture, abdominal breathing, healthy nutrition, regular, appropriate exercise, stress management, and more. She learned gentle adjusting at National College of Chiropractic: if you understand how a vertebra or
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