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Posture and Craniofacial Pain

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Posture and Craniofacial Pain

By Paul Chek, HHP

71 pages

Since a patient’s posture more often reflects a pictorial of the patient (present and past), and because the neurological, biomechanical and physiological interactions are vast, this chapter will attempt to demonstrate some of the distant effects of posture on craniofacial pain. The main premise is the needs for a multidisciplinary treatment approach to correct a postural etiology and the etiology of aberrant posture. For readers interested in honing their skills of postural assessment and treatment, the reference list is abundant with pertinent resources.

Chapter reprinted from A Chiropractic Approach to Head Pain.
Editor: Darryl D. Curl. Published by Wilkins & Williams 1996.

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