Normalization of Blood and Urine Measures FollowingReduction of Vertebral Subluxations in a Patient Diagnosed with Early Onset Diabetes Mellitus: A Case Study
Normalization of Blood and Urine Measures FollowingReduction of Vertebral Subluxations in a Patient Diagnosed with Early Onset Diabetes Mellitus: A Case Study
Dec. 7, 2006
Charles L. Blum, D.C. Bio
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Introduction:Diabetes mellitus is a serious condition which affects the broad spectrum of chiropractic patients.

Objective:A case history of a patient successfully treated with chiropractic manipulations, dietary modification and exercise for altered glucose levels secondary to diabetes mellitus.

Intervention:Treatment consisted of sacro occipital technique, occipital fiber diagnosis and treatment, and bloodless surgery or chiropractic manipulative reflex technique (CMRT) for the pancreas and adrenal glands.

Results:Within one month of treatment his glucose blood and urine levels had normalized and remained stable.

Conclusion:Future research is necessary to determine what percentage of patients with diabetes mellitus might benefit from a combination of chiropractic care, dietary modifications and exercise.

Key Words: Chiropractic, Sacro Occipital Technique, Diabetes Mellitus, Bloodless Surgery, Chiropractic Manipulative Reflex Technique, CMRT, SOT

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