[ UK /kˈa‍ɪɹəpɹˌæktɐ/ ]
[ US /ˈkaɪɹəˌpɹæktɝ/ ]
  1. a therapist who practices chiropractic
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How To Use chiropractor In A Sentence

  • Osteopaths and chiropractors attribute disease almost entirely to "impingement" (abnormal pressure) upon nerves and blood vessels due to dislocations and subluxations of the vertebrae of the spine and of other bony structures. Nature Cure
  • Derek Jensen, best boy grip -- second unit; and Ronald Beale, chiropractor.
  • Out of desperation, I called my chiropractor and asked if he could adjust Jesse, since he has helped me so much over the years. The Denver Newspaper Agency Stories
  • In addition to chiropractors, many osteopathic doctors and some physical therapists have training in spinal manipulation.
  • I continued to see the chiropractor and massage therapist and increased the number of times I was swimming.
  • She turned left at a junction and passed a chiropractor, a fertilizer distributor and a mail-order Tarot card company. CHAMELEON
  • One of the best ways chiropractors can follow news on all sources of media mentioning the term chiropractic, is to subscribe to the Google News alerts for terms of interest ( Chiropractic News
  • Chiropodist, chiropractor, osteopath, physiotherapist or podiatrist up to $1,000 CAD per type of practitioner.
  • The title chiropractor and its legal underpinnings should become dead letters: if no treatment can be based on the idea of subluxations there can be no chiropractors. Simon's Choice
  • But it's hard to be dispassionate when you're wondering, six hours of shoveling later, if there's a good chiropractor in the neighborhood and what kind of dogsled you might need to reach her. Global Warming RSS Newsfeed
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