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A woman who visited a chiropractor for neck manipulation intended to treat her headaches wound up with damage to her right eye. Immediately after the visit she began seeing spots which were symptoms of ruptures in the eye’s blood vessels known as preretinal hemorrhages.
The technique used by the chiropractor, known as high-velocity, low-amplitude spinal manipulation, involves the application of short, quick thrusts to the back of the patient’s neck. Those manipulations caused the woman’s retinal hemorrhages According to findings published in the September issue of theAmerican Journal of Ophthalmology Case Reports.
- Copyright 2018,David L. Swanson, Stone Loughlin & Swanson, LLP