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  Title Adapt or die: A look at the role of chiropractic care in neuro-adaptation
URL https://apcj.rocketsparkau.com/site_files/4725/upload_files/Beurgerneuroadaptation_R.pdf?dl=1
Journal Asia-Pac Chiropr J. 2022 ;2(6):1-9
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Abstract: Neuro-adaptation relies on the brain knowing the status of the body, both the physical as well as
physiological state of the body. The brain is “fed” the status of the body via afferent sensory input from the external
and internal environment. If afferent sensory input is inadequate or not interpreted properly by the brain, the result
will be maladaptive in nature.

Author keywords: Adaptability - Neuro-adaptation - Interoception - Chiropractic

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