Survivors of congenital heart defects, or CHDs, have frequently spent many days flat on their backs after having had open-heart surgery or other procedures. How does the abnormal positioning many CHD survivors experience possibly interfere with normal spine relationships with other bones in the body? What is the value of chiropractic care for CHD survivors? What myths surround the use of chiropractic care and what should parents of CHD survivors and survivors themselves know about chiropractic care? Who should receive chiropractic care? Are there certain groups of people who definitely should not receive chiropractic care?