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1. During what stage in your life can cause the first subluxation?
    A.  first day of school
    B.  birth
    C.  learning to walk
    D.  your wedding day

2.  What bodily system does chiropractic removes the interference?
    A.  digestive
    B.  nervous
    C.  circulatory
    D.  endocrine

3. How long is the average adults spinal cord?
A. 17-18 inches

B. 22-24 inches

C. 36-38 inches

D. 12-13 inches

4.  In what year did the first chiropractic patient receive his first treatment?
    A.  1895
    B.  1907
    C.  1960
    D.  1981

5.  What are the top vertebrae of the spine?
   A.  axis and sacrum
   B.  atlas and axis
   C.  atlas and thoracic
   D.  illium and sacrum

6.  Chiropractic can help with...?
   A.  headaches
   B.  colds
   C.  sciatica
   D.  pregnancy
   E.  All of the above

7.  Chirpractic care is for...?
   A.  infants
   B.  kids
   C.  adults  
   D.  senior citizens
   E.  all of the above

8.  When lifting properly, you should:
   A.  bend with your knees
   B.  lift with your legs, not back
   C.  avoid twisting
   D.  all of the above

9.  Chiropractic was founded by DD Palmer but was developed by whom?
   A.   Fred Flinston
   B.  BJ Palmer
   C.  Roger Hulsebus
   D.  Mabel Palmer

10.    How many vertebrae does a giraffe have in its neck?
   A.  6
   B.  7 (same as a human)
   C.  10
   D.  18

11. How many chiropractic schools are in the United States?
   A.  10
   B.  12
   C.  15
   D.  17

12. Where in the human body is the only bone that is not connected to another bone?
A. the fibula

B. the patella

C. the hyoid

D. the ulna

13. How many bones are there in the human hand?
A. 27

B. 12

C. 3

D. 21

14. What is the longest muscle in the human body?
A. the gracilis

B. the psoas

C. the sartorius.

D. the calf muscles

15. How many vertebrae are in the human body?
   A.  14
   B.  18
   C.  24
   D.  27


1.  B

2.  B

3.  A

4.  A

5.   B

6.   E

7.   E

8.   D

9.   B

10. B

11. D

12. C

13. A

14. C

15. C

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