Select Page


Marie Hoying, DC

Annals of Vertebral Subluxation Research ~ June 24, 2019 ~ Pages 83-89



Objective: The objective of this case series is to detail improvement of two patients suffering from premature ventricular contractions, PVC’s, while under chiropractic care.

Clinical Features: Two female patients presented to a private practice with complaints of PVC and other symptoms. Following history, each patient was assessed for vertebral subluxations using instrumentation, radiographs, and video fluoroscopy following the Pierce Results System of analysis. Vertebral subluxations were found in the cervical, thoracic, and lumbar spinal regions.

Intervention & Outcomes: Chiropractic care was individualized to each patient. They were adjusted according to the Pierce Results System , while incorporating no other therapies or modalities. Each showed resolution of the PVC’s and improvement in other symptomatology.

Conclusion: This case series demonstrated improvement in the autonomic nervous system of two female patients while undergoing chiropractic care. This warrants further investigation to fully understand the long term affects chiropractic care can have on a similar patient population.

Key Words:  premature ventricular contraction, vertebral subluxation, adjustment, Pierce Results System, video fluoroscopy

To view the full article, Subscribe or Login
Sign Up for our Free Newsletter!

Sign Up for our Free Newsletter!

Get updates on chiropractic research, news, and other information important to you and the chiropractic profession.

You have Successfully Subscribed!