cbp explained : chiro redefined

In December 1980, the CBP technique was originally described by Drs. Donald Harrison, Deanne Harrison and Daniel Murphy as 'physics applied to biology in chiropractic'.

CBP technique continues to be advanced and taught world-wide now by Head of CBP, Non-Profit Inc Dr. Deed Harrison, son of Donald Harrison.

Dr. Deed is the leading CBP doctor with PhD degrees in mathematics and physics. He further refined cervical correction methods and originated thorax & lumbar curvature postural tractions that made consistent changes on spinal structures achievable.

CBP is the most scientific, most researched, peer-reviewed, published and evidence-based chiropractic technique available today.

It is revolutionising the norm of spinal rehabilitation through a unique method of biomechanical analysis and systematic corrective procedures. This is achieved by understanding the laws of physics, mathematics and anatomy that govern structure and function of the spine.

While many practitioners (including conventional chiropractic) have focused on pain reduction, improvement on ranges of motion and other functional measures, CBP emphasizes optimal upright human posture and spinal alignment as the primary goal of care.

The vast majority of chiropractors in Australia (and many other manual therapists – osteopaths, physiotherapists etc.) continue to 'manipulate' or apply 'localised' treatment that are centred on isolated segments and areas of pain. On the contrary, CBP examines the relationship between the skull/neck, thorax/rib cage, lumbar, pelvic/hip, knees, feet and their effect on structural stability, tissue loading and deformation.

The founders of CBP extensively researched normal models of spinal and pelvic alignment, shapes and segmental angles to map out a typical and functional profile of a normal spine and pelvis. These research findings have been documented and published in the some of the most prestigious orthopaedic journals in the Index Medicus.

The clinically researched CBP spinal and pelvic model has been proven to have predictive validity whereby trained practitioners can discriminate between patients who are normal/pain free, sufferers from acute painful syndromes or chronic pain candidates.