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HIROPRACTOR DAVID PASCAL is the founder of the Health


Institute of North Carolina in Cary, NC.“Functional medicine is a more personalized approach to healthcare that moves away from traditional disease-centered treatment to a prevention-oriented approach,” says Dr. Pascal. “After examining the patient and listening carefully to his/her concerns, we target the many factors that form the under- lying causes of disease—not just the symptoms. We then develop a treatment plan to help heal the whole body and sustain optimal health and vitality. One example is our Holistic Allergy Elimination Technique to help patients overcome most food, environmental and animal sensitiv- ities—including peanuts, shellfish, eggs, pollen, grass, perfume, cats and dogs.”


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pass much more. While the common focus is better health through spinal ma- nipulation, the origins of chiropractic are manifold. Typical approaches for struc- tural issues and injuries include spinal adjustments, therapeutic ultrasound and heat therapy, but some practitioners also embrace nutrition. Training requirements for chiro-


practors vary by state. “Here in Oregon, chiropractic physicians—both legally and through our training—are taught to be pri- mary care physicians,” says Doctor of Chi- ropractic Michael Herb, of the Absolute


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