Chiro J Aust 1993; 23 (1): 4–8
Three case studies involving two children and a mature adult with established diagnoses of bronchial asthma are presented. Management in each case involve chiropractic adjustments combined with a "clinical ecology" approach which has been found useful in identifying food and environmental allergens that may act as triggering factors for asthma attacks. This paper suggests that such a broad-based management approach may lead to higher rates of response to chiropractic treatment of asthma, as well as providing greater long-term relief for its victims.
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