ADIO Analysis

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This is not a school either in SC or PA. It is a form of analysis, now most commonly referred to as muscle palpation. It is a philosophical approach with a philosophical basis, that is:
1. The innate intelligence of the body “hates” vs. It is the greatest insult.
2. The innate intelligence corrects most vs, most of the time.
3 It uses the body’s musculature system to accomplish this action.
Therefore, if we can determine what the musculature system is trying to do, we can know what the ii is trying to do to correct the vs by analyzing the vertemere area.
The chiropractor: determines which muscles are being used and how and introduces a universal fore which the ii can use to createcreate an innate force at that location.

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  1. Claude Lessard 11/11/2017, 2:43 pm:

    The more specific the ADIO analysis and your adjustic thrust are toward the vertebral subluxation, the more likely that innate intelligence will invest that educated universal force with a NEW character… giving the appropriate information to perform the vertebral adjustment… thus providing a FREE FLOW of mental impulses to the living body for coordination of activities.

    • William Hollensed 11/11/2017, 9:23 pm:

      Yes, the more specific, the more effective. But innate is innate and will always use whatever force there is to precipitate correction. My favorite example is the blind guy tripping on his guide dog, falling down the stairs and getting his sight back. Or does involving the dog and the stairs make this an example of mixing.

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