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Respiratory Function and Breathing Ability

The lungs and bronchi receive an extensive nerve supply from the spine. Case reports and research studies have repeatedly demonstrated an improvement in respiratory function as a result of spinal care.

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1 Adjustive Treatment for Chronic Respiratory Ailment in a Five Year Old. Case Reports in Chiropractic Pediatrics
2 Chiropractic Adjustment in the Management of Visceral Conditions: A Critical Appraisal
3 Effects of Soft Tissue Technique and Chapman's Neurolymphatic Reflex Stimulation on Respiratory Function
4 Symptoms of Visceral Disease
5 An Article on Respiratory Infections
6 Chiropractic Adjustments of the Cervicothorasic Spine for the Treatment of Bronchitis with Complications of Atelectasis
7 Adjunctive Osteopathic Manipulative Treatment in the Elderly Hospitalized with Pneumonia: A Pilot Study
8 The Physiologic Response to the Nose to Osteopathic Manipulative Treatment: Preliminary Report
9 Somatic Dysfunction Associated with Pulmonary Disease
10 Lung Function in Relation to Thoracic Spinal Mobility and Kyphosis
11 The Influence of Osteopathic Manipulative Therapy in the Management of Patients with Chronic Obstructive Lung Disease
12 Chiropractic Management of Chronic Obstructive Pulmonary Disease
13 Chiropractic and Lung Volumes - A Retrospective Study
14 Somatic Dyspnea and the Orthopedics of Respiration
15 Relation of Faulty Respiration to Posture, with Clinical Implications
16 A Comparison of the Effect of Chiropractic Treatment on Respiratory Function in Patients with Respiratory Distress Symptoms and Patients Without
17 Specific Upper Cervical Chiropractic Care and Lung Function
18 Changes in Pulmonary Function Associated with Upper Cervical Specific Chiropractic Care
19 Do Adjustments Help Respiratory Function?