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Dynamic Chiropractic Archives -
May 19, 1997 (Vol. 15, Issue 11)    View Digital Edition

Accident Reconstruction: a View from the Barricades
     By Arthur Croft, DC, MS, MPH, FACO

DC On-Line
     By Brian Sutton, DC

Health Care Fraud, Medical Incompetence, and/or Stupidity? You Be the Judge
     By Chester Wilk, DC

Obesity, Part II: Natural Weight-Loss Aids
     By G. Douglas Andersen, DC, DACBSP, CCN

Association of Chiropractic Colleges: a Look Forward
     By George Goodman, DC, FICC

HMOs Moving toward Chiropractic
Landmark Survey Shows Definite Trend
     By Editorial Staff

Cooks and Chiropractors
     By J.C. Smith, MA, DC

Conjectures on Vertebral Artery Injuries and Treatment of the Upper Cervical Spine
     By Joseph D. Kurnik, DC

MPI's Sports Injuries Modules: An Answer to Your Many Requests!
     By Keith Innes

Maine Bill Guarantees Direct Access to Chiropractic under Managed Care
     By Louis B. Rubin

Virtual Vacationing: Travel Pages on the Web
     By Michael Devitt

NCMIC Policyholders Overwhelmingly Approve Reorganization
Drs. Aiken, Lucido and Sportelli Re-elected
     By Editorial Staff

New York Puts DCs Licensing Info on World Wide Web
Records of All Licensed Health Care Professionals Now Available at www.nysed.gov
     By Editorial Staff

Review and Management of Peripheral Sprains
     By R. Vincent Davis, DC, PT, DNBPM

Philosophy-Oriented Association Testifies against Chiropractic Alternative Medicine and the Silent Majority
     By Reiner G. Kremer

Managed Care: A Year Full of Lessons
     By Donald M. Petersen Jr., BS, HCD(hc), FICC(h), Publisher

Finding Ways around Managed Care: Part I
     By Stephen R. Seater

Spring Cleaning
     By Stanley Greenfield, RHU

Solla Anti-trust Suit against HMOs Heading for Trial
     By Editorial Staff

Marketing on the Internet
     By Steven Sheiner

State Colleges of Chiropractic -- It's Time to Discuss the Pros and Cons
     By William E. Bachop, DC, PhD

We Get Letters & E-Mail

Lucky Bum, Err Bump
     By William F. Updyke, DC
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