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Dynamic Chiropractic Archives -
July 29, 2012 (Vol. 30, Issue 16)    View Digital Edition

Putting National Focus on the Pain Problem
NIH establishes 11 university-based pain centers to better educate health care professionals on effective pain management.
     By Peter W. Crownfield, Executive Editor

Avoiding the NRCME Trapdoor
Don't take the competency requirements lightly.
     By Clinton M. Smith, DC

Worker's Comp Costs Call for Chiropractic
     By Anthony Rosner, PhD, LLD [Hon.], LLC

Why You Need to Join World Spine Care
     By Donald M. Petersen Jr., BS, HCD(hc), FICC(h), Publisher

SCuBA: A Useful Mnemonic for Reading Skeletal X-Rays
     By K. Jeffrey Miller, DC, MBA

When Patellofemoral Pain Meets Conservative Care
     By Thomas Michaud, DC

Are IME and Peer-Review Doctors Accountable in the Doctor-Patient Relationship? (Part 2)
     By Mark Studin, DC, FASBE(C), DAAPM, DAAMLP

Vitamin C and Blood Pressure
     By G. Douglas Andersen, DC, DACBSP, CCN

More Low Back Explorations: Disc vs. Facet vs. Sacroiliac
     By Marc Heller, DC

Journal of Manipulative and Physiological Therapeutics
June 2012 Abstracts Volume 35, Issue 5

Who's Watching the Hen House?
     By Stephen M. Perle, DC, MS

Improving Treatment Outcomes by Understanding the Physiology of Acupuncture
     By Mark Kestner, DC, FIAMA, CCSP, CSCS

Helping Families Get the Nutrition They Need: The Art of Juicing (and Pureeing)
     By Claudia Anrig, DC

Unraveling Health Care Reform and Identifying Our Opportunities
     By Guy Riekeman, DC, President, Life University

Elbow Overuse Injury in an Adolescent Female Tennis Player
     By Nancy Martin-Molina, DC, QME, MBA, CCSP

Chiropractic and Surgery: Separate, But Not Divided
     By Brian Capaldi, DC

News in Brief
     By Editorial Staff

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