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Sean Lyons

Sean Lyons

Life University, USA

Title: The Effects of Regular Chiropractic Care on Muscular Strength

Biography

Dr. Sean Lyons specializes in chiropractic in Tucker area. Dr. Sean Lyons has a medical practice at 2370 Main Street, Tucker GA, and has over 1 years of experience in the field of medicine. He graduated from Life Chiropractic College with his medical degree in 2016. Dr. Lyons is accepting new patients at his medical office and practice location in Tucker, Georgia. He is available for appointments, preventative care, medical care as well as ongoing patient care.

Abstract

 The Effects of Regular Chiropractic Care on Muscular Strength

The purpose of our study was to explore the relationship between regular chiropractic care and muscular strength. Chiropractic practice philosophy states that the correction of vertebral subluxation complex promotes health through enhancing neurological integrity. Accordingly, chiropractic adjustments aimed at reducing vertebral subluxation complex (VSC) should also reduce neurological interference at the involved levels. A reduction of interference to the nervous system would thereby allow muscles to more fully express their functional potential, including an improvement in strength.

Operational Definitions

One Repetition Maximum (ORM): the maximum amount of weight one can lift in a single repetition for a given exercise. There is a significant correlation between one repetition maximum and muscular strength. Vertebral Subluxation Complex (VSC): B.J. Palmer explained that when bones of the spine misaligned they had the potential to put pressure on nerves, which could lead to interference of mental impulses between the brain and body.1 Recently the “vertebral subluxation complex” model has been revised to include kinesiology, neurology, myology, connective tissue pathology, angiology, inflammatory response, anatomy, physiology, and biochemistry.6 These are the objective indicators of the presence of vertebral subluxation complex. It is proposed that vertebral subluxation complex manifests differently in different people depending on a variety of variables such as location of biomechanical changes in the spine.