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megan-bright | (Level 1) Associate Educator

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There is actually a chiropractic technique that consists of the acronym B.E.S.T. (Bio Energetic Synchronization Technique). It's a holistic program that balances all of the systems in the body. It's known to be a non forceful technique.

 

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The best chiropractic treatment is done very carefully in order to bring relief to the person receiving the care but not cause injury. Chiropractic care can cause injury if the chiropractor is not experienced or is not be careful enough. It's a delicate procedure.
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loraaa | Student | (Level 2) Valedictorian

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Read about:

Chiropractors interested in instrument adjusting procedures should

consider Torque   Release Technique®. it represents a tonal approach 

to the correction of vertebral subluxations."

          Christopher Kent, D.C., F.C.C.I.
          ICA Chiropractic Researcher of the Year

"TRT™ is a MUST for any chiropractor. Finally a way to computer 

upgrade your present technique to a Non-Linear System and 

Tonal Model. An "All Win" for pediatrics."

          Liz Anderson-Peacock, BSc, D.C., D.I.C.C.P.
          WCA Chiropractor of the Year '99
          Chiropractor of the Year, Canadian Chiropractor Magazine '98

 

 

"I have been so impressed with Dr. Holder's TRT, because his analysis

 is based upon well-established chiropractic analysis principles, and it works! 

 He has added significant substance to our chiropractic technique procedures,

 and to our chiropractic profession."

          ALFRED STATES, D.C., DACBO, E.I.C.C., L.C.P.

          FATHER OF DIVERSIFIED TECHNIQUE

          Former Director of B.J. Palmer's Clearview Sanitarium 

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