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Mark R. Filippi, D.C.

Journal of Vertebral Subluxation Research ~ May 2001 ~ Volume 4 ~ Number 2 ~ Pages 1-2



Now that we’ve gotten ankle deep with the notion that what we attempt to clinically read with regards to subluxation indicators amount to filtered reflections, let’s take this a step further, where it gets even murkier. 

Recall now the old driver’s ed advice to turn “in the direction of the skid.” Until you actually experience that phenomenon, this is not what you’d expect would remedy the situation. 

In a very similar way, adjusting is not what it seems. If we adjust into the fixation, essentially push a right rotated spinous process to the left, are we correcting or complicating matters? 

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