BS2.03 The Neurophysiology of the Subluxation

This class covers what a chiropractic subluxation is according to the latest basic science research evidence.

This class covers what a chiropractic subluxation is according to the latest basic science research evidence. We will also explain the consequences of spinal injury and how this affects the brain and spinal function.

What are the consequences of a spinal injury?

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

  • 5 Lessons
  • 5 Quizzes
  • Class Certificate

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Arthur Tovar
Posted 7 months ago
Good Information

Good analogies and explication which I have learned with your videos regarding what are the consequences of a subluxation or a dysfunctional segmental segment.

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Gregory
Posted 11 months ago
It is important to understand how vertebral subluxations affect brain neuroplasticity.

Great information to know for all practicing chiropractors!

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Lawrence
Posted 1 year ago
brain and spine relationship

I enjoyed the scientific explaination

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Catherine
Posted 2 years ago
Very easy to understand - Highly recommend

This course would be great for all chiropractors, no matter their technique background. It explains the science in easy to understand terms with great analogies thrown in for help in communication. I particularly liked that it was broken down into chunks. 15-20mins is easily managed in a session, so I completed over a week.

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Jeffrey
Posted 2 years ago
Explained in simple terms

The course was excellent and should be required for all chiropractors.

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Charles
Posted 2 years ago
that subclinical pain can have far reaching consequences for brain function

Great course. I always enjoy hearing about the latest research, presented in a manner that is easy to understand, allowing me to pass on the findings to my patients.

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kallastuhenri@hotmail.com
Posted 2 years ago
Great information about the latest research about Subluxations

I love to be updated on what the science shows about how our treatments are relevant!

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