What are some examples of injuries caused by chiropractic errors?

When a chiropractor moves the joints beyond their normal range of motion, serious injury can occur. Strokes caused by cervical (carotid or vertebral) arterial dissection are the most common, and most serious form of injury from chiropractic errors. Other injuries include: nerve damage (numbness or tingling sensations), vertigo, spinal stenosis, herniated discs, pinched arteries, muscle weakness, facial paralysis, incontinence from bladder and bowel paralysis, and aggravating bone diseases.