Chiropractic medicine



chiropractic medicine
(kī’rə-prāk’tĭk)
A system for treating disorders of the body, especially those of the bones, muscles, and joints, by manipulating the vertebrae of the spine and related structures.

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    [kahy-ruh-prak-ter] /ˈkaɪ rəˌpræk tər/ noun 1. one whose occupation is the practice of chiropractic. n. 1904, agent noun in Latin form from chiropractic (q.v.).

  • Chiropter

    [kahy-rop-ter] /kaɪˈrɒp tər/ noun 1. any mammal of the order Chiroptera, comprising the bats.



  • Chiropteran

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