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Gonstead concept of Chiropractic- begins with the body's structural foundation and the intervertebral disc. Maximum balance and stability in the spinal column may be achieved when the pelvis, vertebrae, and legs are level. Injury to the intervertebral disc is a paramount importance in causing spinal subluxations, and therefore, Gonstead adjustments are designed for maximum affect to the discs, while also working to restore normal alignment and motion.