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Dynamic Chiropractic Archives -
July 31, 1995 (Vol. 13, Issue 16)    View Digital Edition

"DC" On-Line
     By Brian Sutton, DC

Cat's Claw
An Astounding "New" Herb from the Peruvian Rainforests
     By Phillip Steinberg, certified nutritional consultant

The Chatanooga Group -- Supporting the Centennial as "a Point of Unity for the Profession"
     By Editorial Staff

Learning from Limbaugh
     By Chester Wilk, DC

Evaluating Pre-set Treatment Guidelines, Treatment Parameters, Treatment Standards
     By Daniel P. Dock, DC, DACAN, DABCO, FACO

Chiropractic Centennial Celebration is Unifying Experience
     By Editorial Staff

Getting Connected to the Internet, Part II
     By Paul Cronshaw, DC and Steven A. Machado, DC

I.Q. -- Interesting Quotes
     By Editorial Staff

A Moment of Silence for Dr. John Grostic
     By Editorial Staff

Nat'l Assoc's Push for Greater Medicare Inclusion
Grassroots efforts seen as critical
     By Editorial Staff

Chiropractic Attorneys Hold Mid-Year Meeting
     By Editorial Staff

Northeast Forum
     By Editorial Staff

Foot Levelers Contributes to NWCC Library Renovation
     By Editorial Staff

Nursemaid's Elbow
     By Peter Fysh, DC

Do We Deserve It?
     By Donald M. Petersen Jr., BS, HCD(hc), FICC(h), Publisher

A Resume of Research Questions
     By Reed Phillips, DC, PhD

Malpractice: What Is Abandonment?
     By C. Jacob Ladenheim and Rob Sherman, Esq.

Again with Potpourri
     By Stanley Greenfield, RHU

The Great Chicago Debate
     By Editorial Staff

Student Loans: An Analysis of the Federal Register and Chiropractic Viewpoints, Part II
     By Timothy Mirtz

In Love with the Bone
     By William D. Charschan, DC, CCSP

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Soft Tissue Serendipity
     By Warren Hammer, MS, DC, DABCO
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