Georgia graduate MOVES her leg for the first time after being paralyzed during neck adjustment 

A 28-year-old Georgia Southern graduate left paralyzed after a neck adjustment moved her leg for the first time in nearly two months since the shocking incident. 

‘At first, we weren’t sure if it was simply spasticity, but then she did it again. And again,’ Caitlin Jensen’s mother, Darlene shared in a video on Facebook on August 1.

Caitlin was hospitalized on June 16 after a routine chiropractor appointment by Dr. TJ Harpham, 42, left her with four ruptured arteries that led to a stroke and…

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