BS2.12 – Introduction

This class covers the known motor control neuroplastic effects of chiropractic care. It reviews studies that use neurophysiological techniques to investigate how chiropractic care affects the central nervous system and how this may impact strength and fatigue.

Learning Outcomes

  • The evidence that shows that chiropractic adjustments change the way the brain controls movement
  • What transcranial magnetic stimulation (TMS) and a motor evoked potential (MEP) and intracortical inhibition are
  • The chiropractic TMS study findings and how to talk about them with your communities
  • The evidence for chiropractic improving strength and preventing fatigue in students, athletes and stroke survivors