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Dynamic Chiropractic Archives -
April 22, 1994 (Vol. 12, Issue 09)    View Digital Edition

Subluxations, Inflammation, and Zinc
     By Anthony Cichoke, MA, DC, DACBN

Communicating with Patients of the Opposite Sex
     By Abne Eisenberg

Refusing to Make the Same Mistakes
     By Chester Wilk, DC

Assoc. of Chiropractic Colleges Meets in Vegas
1st Educational Conference
     By Reed Phillips, DC, PhD

Anecdotal Survey is Grist for the Media
     By Editorial Staff

Hearing Scheduled for Chiropractic Inclusion in CHAMPUS
     By Editorial Staff

California Forum
News of the California Chiropractic Association
     By Editorial Staff

Foot Levelers Contributes Nearly $120,000 to Colleges and CCF
     By Editorial Staff

New York DCs Treat at World University Games
     By Editorial Staff

Palmer College of Chiropractic West
     By Editorial Staff

Spinal Manipulation May Help Reduce Spinal Degenerative Joint Disease and Disability, Part II
     By David Biedebach, DC, CCFC, James Brantingham, DC, CCF and Randy Snyder, DC, CCFC

Chiropractic's Biggest Public Relations Challenge
     By Editorial Staff

Osteonecrosis of the Hip
     By Deborah Pate, DC, DACBR

It Has to Fit Somewhere
     By Donald M. Petersen Jr., BS, HCD(hc), FICC(h), Publisher

Is Medicine Poisoning Our Grandparents?
     By Editorial Staff

Seven Quick Low Cost Ways to Stimulate Growth of Your Practice
     By Jay M. Cohen, DC

A Happy Warrior Passes: Ralph J. Martin, DC, PhC, ND 1904-1994
     By Joseph Keating Jr., PhD and Robert Dishman, DC, MA

A Chiropractic Dilemma
     By Keith Innes

X-Rays in Black and White
     By Linda Elyad, DC

South Dakota DCs Pull Together to Contribute to Research
     By Editorial Staff

A Moment of Silence for Dr. Otto C. Reinert
     By George Goodman, DC, FICC

How Dangerous Is Manipulation?
     By Ronald L. Rupert

Chiropractic Growth Cycle
     By Stanley Greenfield, RHU

We Get Letters

Adjustment by Hand Only
     By Warren Hammer, MS, DC, DABCO

Management Consulting
Safety Factors
     By William Harris, DC
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