Australian Fetus First to Undergo Intrauterine Chiropractic Adjustment

Sydney, Australia – When Radin Thomlinson is born next month, healthy and strong despite having been diagnosed with a number of spinal subluxations while still in his mother’s womb, it will be in no small part thanks to a cutting edge chiropractic therapy known as an Open Fetal Spinal Adjustment (OFSA).

“When Radin’s mother was referred to me by her Maternal-Fetal Chiropractor after discovering an unusual number of subluxations during routine surrogate applied kinesiology testing, I had to do something fast,” Chiropractic Surgeon Rod Burlingame explained. “Just one prenatal subluxation can be disastrous to an unborn child, and this baby was riddled with them. So after confirming the diagnosis with high-resolution fetal ultrasound, I got to work.”

Dr. Burlingame, who received his Diplomate in Chiropractic Open Fetal Spinal Adjustment from the Australian Chiropractic Association’s Board of Chiropractic Specialties’ Intrauterine Spinal Adjustment Division’s Subdivision of Pediatric Chiropractic in 2005, has performed

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