A new study by a very influential journal, The Journal of Neural Plasticity, is said to have evidence of spinal function affecting the function of the brain. It was conducted by an independent medical professional, alleviating it of the bias that chiropractic studies are often scrutinized under. The main area of the brain affected by the adjustment of the spine was the prefrontal cortex, which is the part of the brain that controls motor functions.
This study is significant not only because it shows the true power of adjusting the spine, but also because it proves that the benefits chiropractors have observed in the past through their practice have not been imagined. This huge change in brain function is a good sign for chiropractors and is a sign for studies to come. What’s next–the affect of adjusting the spine of the behavior of the patient?
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Without A Doubt: Chiropractic Research Shows Adjusting The Subluxated Spine Changes Brain Function