Martens, Kimberly||Korzen, Erik
B.A. (Bachelor of Arts)
School of Art
My research and artistry project involved the creation of two educational posters showing different manipulations that are involved with motion palpation, a chiropractic technique used to diagnose and treat patients. The posters I created are designed to be displayed in a chiropractor's office to be used as an educational tool and visually inform patients about this technique. To conduct my research, I analyzed literature, consulted with a chiropractor, and took my own references of each adjustment. After gathering information and references, I drew my illustrations and designed my posters. As a result, I have created two visual aids to help educate patients and promote conversation between chiropractors and their patients.
Woodall, Melissa, "Visualizing Chiropractic Motion Palpation Techniques" (2015). Student Engagement Projects. 94.
Northern Illinois University
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