BS2.02 Two Models of the Vertebral Subluxation

This class covers the latest basic science research evidence that has looked at what a vertebral subluxation is.

This class covers the latest basic science research evidence that has been done over the past two decades that has looked at what a vertebral subluxation is. It also looks at what evidence we have for one of the old theories about the chiropractic subluxation (the squashed nerve theory). It also covers how the latest science can easily be communicated to the public.

The new science is showing us that the subluxation is almost as DD Palmer originally described it, just with a subtle new twist.

About Instructor

Dr Heidi Haavik

Dr Heidi Haavik, PhD, is the founder of Haavik Research, a chiropractor and a neurophysiologist who has worked in the area of human neurophysiology since the early 2000s. She is a sought-after international speaker about the science of chiropractic care.

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Class Includes

  • 6 Lessons
  • 6 Quizzes
  • Class Certificate

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Mychal
Posted 1 month ago
This really fires my neurons!

This was an enjoyable and fun learning experience. I like the enthusiasm of Dr. Heidi, and with a dash of humor really kept my interest. The new developments and research are just what I needed to hear. I want to participate and be a part of this emerging science. Awesome job and thank you for providing these classes for free to us students!

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Caroline Mauk
Posted 3 months ago
Real World explanations

Makes explaining chiropractic much clearer

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Arthur Tovar
Posted 8 months ago
Great way to communicate the Science of a Subluxation

Great class and good way to help Chiropractors accurately describe the effects of a subluxation according to present studies.

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Gregory
Posted 11 months ago
Great information for D.C.'s

These classes should be taught in all of the chiropractic colleges so D.C.'s can be evidence based practitioners from the time they enter the profession.

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Elisha
Posted 1 year ago
Excellent Presentation

Clarity of explanation with excellent graphics.

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pauline louette
Posted 1 year ago
interesting and well made

great at all levels

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Paul
Posted 2 years ago
Great stuff.

Explains clearly with a depth of knowledge basic on current research what is going on when we adjust the spine and to communicate that with patients.

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