The high-velocity, low-amplitude (HVLA) technique is among the oldest and most frequently used chiropractic techniques. We find it enormous efficient for spinal manipulation, particularly for low back, mid-back, and neck pain.

A 2010 review of clinical data concluded that spinal manipulation may be helpful for several conditions in addition to back pain, including migraine and cervicogenic (neck-related) headaches,, neck pain, upper- and lower-extremity joint conditions, and whiplash-associated disorders.

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