A quick jerk of the neck could bring on a stroke

August 1994
Modern Medicine;Aug94, Vol. 62 Issue 8, p16
Reports that chiropractic neck manipulation could cause a stroke. Results of a study on the incidence of neurological complication among patients who underwent chiropractic manipulation.


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