BS1.11 Chiropractic and Pain

This class will cover different ways in which pain can affect the function of the body.

This class will cover different ways in which pain can affect the function of the body. It will also highlight how chiropractic care can improve pain and the function of the body, and keep you up to date on the latest scientific evidence on this. Pain is a common reason for people to seek chiropractic care; this class will allow you to understand how pain can impact many aspects of our body functions. It will also allow you to effectively communicate to practice members the benefits of chiropractic care and how it can not only reduce pain itself but also improve the other effects that pain can have on the body.

This will ensure that the public knows that chiropractic has a far greater benefit than just pain relief. We discuss the effects of neck pain on posture and balance, the effects of pain on the immune system, and the latest scientific evidence that demonstrates how chiropractic care can influence brain function and improve the effects of pain on the human body.

Chiropractic care can influence brain function

About Instructor

Dr Jenna Duehr

Dr Jenna Duehr graduated from the New Zealand College of Chiropractic (NZCC) in 2018 with a Bachelor of Chiropractic. Together with her husband, she practices in their private chiropractic practice in Auckland. She splits her time between practice, lecturing at the NZCC, working at the Centre for Chiropractic Research and as a Scientific Editor for Haavik Research.

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Class Includes

  • 10 Lessons
  • 10 Quizzes
  • Class Certificate

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Leona
Posted 11 months ago
greatly explained for EVERYONE

its explained in an easy language you need to use when working with patients. Amazing using these explanations when explaining pain to patients!!

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