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Daniel Cohen, D.C.

Journal of Philosophy, Principles & Practice of Chiropractic ~ March 30, 2020 ~ Pages 1-7



The Multi-Interactive Component (MIC) concept posits a comprehensive common healthcare language for intra and interprofessional relations leading towards research and development. Beginning with an overview of subluxation concepts, the author presents a more detailed discussion of individual MIC components as a basis for future academic research models.

Chiropractic vertebral subluxation analysis and adjustments are unique, proprietary historical contributions to healthcare. A flexible, interactive multidisciplinary schematic embracing evidence-based techniques and protocols is discussed for unilateral implementation, applications and communiqué.

Key Words: chiropractic, adjustment, manipulation, subluxation, rehabilitation

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