chiropractic. /chi•ro•prac•tic/ (ki”ro-prak’tik)
a nonpharmaceutical, nonsurgical system of health care based on the self healing capacity of the body
• the primary importance is the proper function of the nervous
system (brain, spinal cord & nerves) in the maintenance of health
• therapy is aimed at removing irritants to the nervous system and restoring proper function.
• methods of treatment include spinal adjustments done by hand and instrument
• other methods include lifestyle modification, nutritional therapy, and physiotherapy.
Dr. Michael D. Malik is a 2000 graduate of Palmer College of Chiropractic in Davenport, IA. Palmer College is named after D.D. Palmer, the founder of Chiropractic.