The resolution of chronic colitis with chiropractic care leading to increased fertility Blum, CR J Vertebral Subluxation Research August 31, 2003, p 1-5. A 32-year-old female presented at my office for chiropractic care of her chronic colitis and did not disclose her condition of infertility during the course of care at this office. There appears to be some relationship between chiropractic care and relief of some visceral conditions relating to the colon and female reproductive organs. Chiropractic care including Sacro Occipital Technique (SOT), chiropractic manipulative reflex technique (CMRT), and category one block placement and protocol were employed. The patient had her chronic condition of colitis relieved and relatively simultaneously became pregnant after giving up on allopathic fertility treatments for 7 years.

The Jamie Clarke story. High cost medical merry-go-round. Low cost chiropractic solution. Burnier, A Chiropractic Pediatrics Vol. 1 No. 2 August 1994.

This is a case history of J.C. male, 1 year old who had a medical diagnosis of : post-viral enteritis, c.difficile enteritis, colitis secondary to antibiotic usage, allergic colitis, gastroesophageal reflux with esophagitis, gastric and/or duodenal ulcer disease, duodenitis secondary to congenital or autoimmune phenomenon and club feet requiring surgery. The child was on Amoxicillin ™ , Zantac ™ , Reglan ™ , Tylenol ™ , and Ambesol ™ .

Subluxations were found at Occiput/C1 with an Atlas ASRP, Sacrum base posterior and the child was adjusted.

There was immediate improvement within 24 hours and complete resolution within 3 weeks. The child was taken off all medications. Six months later the child is in radiant health, has had no need for medical care and has been free of medication and over-the-counter drugs. Club feet straightened out without surgery within 1 1/2 months of care.

Acute cholecystitis and colitis (report of a case). Denslow, JS Journal of the American Osteopathic Association March 1933 p. 285

This is the case report of a woman, aged 30 admitted to the hospital with severe pain radiating along the 7th and 8th ribs. Treatment consisted of deep pressure applied over 7th and 8th dorsal vertebrae which gave almost immediate relief.

Copyright 2004 Koren Publications, Inc. & Tedd Koren, D.C.