Chiropractic BioPhysics

This month, a week-long seminar covering a new aspect of chiropractic care called Chiropractic BioPhysics, or CBP,  is being held in Eagle, Idaho. 

Leading figures in the field of chiropractic, who show interest in progressing the profession above and beyond its current place in the healthcare world, will gather to deliver 80 hours of course material. Part of this wealth of information belongs to Dr. Deed Harrison who will present new developments in promising spinal rehabilitation techniques. 

CBP can be defined as the use of time-tested, scientifically sound procedures for making adjustments to spinal alignment to improve posture, alleviate discomfort, and solve other health problems. By taking the best innovations of biology, physics, physiology, anatomy, and geometry, CBP has formulated effective, evidence-based techniques. 

A typical CBP session begins with assessment of spinal health and posture. By studying the data obtained in this way, a CBP specialist will then begin to create a customized treatment plan to realign the patient’s spine to neutralize the source of any problems.

Traditionally, chiropractic therapy emphasizes the importance of managing pain and opening up the range of joint motion. CBP is different in that it focuses on the spine. The spine is central to the body’s health and a whole host of medical conditions can be effected by any abnormalities in its alignment. These include:

  • Back pain
  • Neck pain
  • Headaches
  • Fatigue
  • Insomnia
  • Acid reflux
  • High blood pressure
  • Low metabolism

By positioning the spine back to its natural position, complex nerve networks that radiate from the ganglia attached to the vertebrae, are freed from interference patterns and can once again function cohesively. This relieves many more symptoms than mainstream medical science is accustomed to admitting. 

Beginning in 1980, a team of Drs., including Donald Harrison, Deanne Harrison, and Daniel Murphy began to construct a new approach to chiropractic therapy that eventually became CPB. To date, 7 textbooks on CBP and over 150 scientific research articles have been written, all with a similar theme: CBP is an important new development in the chiropractic field. 

The CBP conference will be held at the Ideal Spine Health Center where the clinical wing of  the CBP Doctor Institute is located, which attracts visitors from around the world, who are seeking relief from chronic back pain and other ailments. The institute is a state of the art facility that provides visitors with the latest innovations in CBP treatment.

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