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Resolution of Urinary Incontinence Following Chiropractic Biophysics Protocol to Reduce Vertebral Subluxations

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Case Study exhibits exciting results:

Gary Barone DC

A case report discusses the results of chiropractic care on a 63 year-old female with recent history of urinary incontinence and vertebral subluxation, as published in the Journal of Annals of Vertebral Subluxation Research.  

A 63 year-old female presented to a chiropractic office with a recent history of urinary incontinence and pain.  The problem started before seeking chiropractic care.

Urinary incontinence is a relatively common condition where the bladder empties involuntarily.  This can be due to many reasons, including too much stress on the bladder, weak pelvic muscles, or neurological interference.  This condition affects approximately 13 million Americans, with 85% being women.  It is estimated that 50% or more of elderly persons living at home or in a long-term care facility are incontinent.    

The patient was analyzed for subluxations based on Chiropractic Biophysics Technique (CBP) protocols.  CBP emphasizes optimal posture and spinal alignment as the primary goals of chiropractic care, with a focus on the structural rehabilitation of the spine and posture.

 The patient received care over a 54 day period, receiving 22 visits.  Throughout care there was a complete resolution of urinary incontinence, correction of spinal alignment closer to the accepted normal value, and almost a complete resolution of pain. This case shows improvement in subjective and objective measurements after conservative chiropractic care.  Chiropractic adjustments along with spinal correction exercises following CBP protocol may benefit patients experiencing urinary incontinence.