Chiropractic BioPhysics, also known as CBP, is the world’s leading chiropractic technique and is used by chiropractors across the globe. It is different than other traditional chiropractic approaches. Here is how the CBP difference starts with science, education and training.
What is CBP?
CBP combines biology, physiology, physics, geometry, and anatomy to identify the cause of pain, discomfort, mobility loss, and other health ailments. Your chiropractor uses this scientific data and principles to not only diagnose you, but also to come up with an individualized treatment plan best suited to your unique situation.
What makes a CBP Certified Chiropractor Different?
When your chiropractor is CBP certified, you know they went through an extensive educational and training program. The Chiropractic BioPhysics training program uses peer-reviewed research, more so than any other approach. Each CBP seminar includes the most recently identified scientific principles. They are tested on these materials to complete the certification. It is safe to say that CBP trained practitioners know their stuff.
What research is used in CBP courses?
The CBP research used in certification courses consists of a wide range of studies on various topics, including:
- Spine Modeling studies evaluating ideal and average spinal alignment variables
- Spine biomechanics studies analyzing stress and strains
- Posture Modeling studies
- Reliability of x-ray studies
- Randomized trials
- Case studies evaluating technique outcomes
What makes CBP different?
Most chiropractic care focuses on pain relief only. CBP finds the source of the problem and corrects it. Only when the source of pain is found can it be effectively eliminated. This type of method also means your treatment plan is completely personalized to fit your specific needs and concerns. No two treatments are alike, because no two patients are alike.
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