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Dynamic Chiropractic Archives -
September 22, 1997 (Vol. 15, Issue 20)    View Digital Edition

What Is the Value of Back Schools?
Findings of New Study May Surprise You
     By Editorial Staff

Governor Pataki Signs NY Chiropractic Equality Bill
     By Editorial Staff

Fear Factor Foretells Future: Fortune or Failure?
     By Robert D. Borman

DC On-Line (Chiropractic Research)
     By Brian Sutton, DC

The Damaging Effects of Secondhand Smoke to Children
     By Claudia Anrig, DC

Endowing the Chiropractic Bicentennial
Final Meeting of the Chiropractic Centennial Foundation
     By Editorial Staff

Janet Travell, MD -- Reflections
     By Craig Liebenson, DC

Sports Tuina and the Treatment for Foot Conditions Associated with Hyperpronation
     By Don Oyao

Joint Pain in Children, Part IV: Lyme Disease
     By Deborah Pate, DC, DACBR

Quiet Heroes
     By Editorial Staff

Journal of Manipulative Physiological Therapeutics
September 1997 - Volume 20 - Number 7
     By Editorial Staff

Netiquette: Minding Your Manners Online and the Art of E-mail
     By Michael Devitt

It's What We Do
     By Mark A. King, DC

Kaiser's Continuing Ed. TV Program Examines Chiropractic
     By Malik Slosberg, DC, MS

Institute for Health Freedom Now on the Web
     By Editorial Staff

Sorry, New York, We Goofed
     By Editorial Staff

Office of Alternative Medicine Goes Online
     By Editorial Staff

Routine Use of Antibiotics for Otitis Media Unproven, Concludes International Researchers
Clinicians Should Immediately Reconsider Routine Use, Asserts BMJ Paper
     By Editorial Staff

Chiropractic Developments in East Asia
     By Phillip S. Ebrall

Ten Theses on the Tyranny of Unfettered Factoids
     By Robert Cooperstein, MA, DC

A Mathematical Basis for Defining Vertebral Subluxations and Their Correction
     By John A. Dulhunty

The Ammunition You've Always Wanted
     By Editorial Staff

Lower Leg Pain: Part II
     By Thomas Souza, DC, DACBSP

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Diagnosis of Sacroiliac Joint Dysfunction by Palpation
     By Warren Hammer, MS, DC, DABCO
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