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Dynamic Chiropractic Archives -
June 17, 1994 (Vol. 12, Issue 13)    View Digital Edition

Projectional Fractures of the Posterior Arch of C1
     By Deborah Pate, DC, DACBR

Managed Care -- An Assault on Personal Imperatives
     By Arnold Cianciulli, BS,DC,MS,FICC,FACC

Understanding Heart Sounds, Part II
     By Arlene Tilson-Chrysler, RN, DC

Vertebrobasilar Arterial Insufficiency, Part II
Neurological Examination Findings in Cases of Vertebrobasilar Infarct
     By Brad McKechnie, DC, DACAN

Grand Celebration Plans "Kick-Off" to a Great Start
     By Editorial Staff

Primary Care Providers: The Chiropractic Illusion
     By Curtis Turchin, MA, DC, DACBN, DCBCN

The Scandal of Poor Medical Research
We need less research, better research, and research done for the right reasons
     By Editorial Staff

Chiropractic Management of the Painful Bunion
     By James Brantingham, DC, CCF , Thomas Michaud, DC, Alison Deliman, DC, CCFC, Randy Snyder, DC, CCFC and Charles Brantingham, DPM

News from the California Chiropractic Association
     By Editorial Staff

Clinicorp Revisited
How Low Can It Go? -- Part I
     By Editorial Staff

Consumer Reports Tackles Chiropractic
"Orthopractic" Influence behind Article is Apparent
     By Editorial Staff

Life College News
     By Editorial Staff

A Grand Opportunity Returns
     By Darryl Curl

The Biggest Mistake You Could Ever Make!
     By Donald M. Petersen Jr., BS, HCD(hc), FICC(h), Publisher

Counterpoint to Western States' Doctor of Chiropractic Medicine Program
     By Gerard Clum, DC

Is the Future of Health Care ... Already Here?
     By John Raymond Baker

The Need for Soft Tissue Treatment in Athletic Injuries
     By Joseph M. Horrigan, DC, DACBSP

What is a Subluxation?
     By Joseph Siragusa, DC

Acute Cervical Spine Trauma Evaluation
     By Jeffrey Tucker, DC, DACRB

Chest Wall Syndromes
     By Keith Innes

FCER Study Shows DCs Filling Primary Care Void in Rural America
     By Editorial Staff

The Value of Routine Urinalysis
     By Raymond Nanko, DC, MD

Chiropractic Pediatrics
     By Ronald L. Rupert

Office Leases
     By Stanley Greenfield, RHU

Sherman -- Fighting for Its Life
     By Editorial Staff

Joint Convention Unifies Chiropractic Organizations
American College of Radiology and Nevada State Chiropractic Association to Hold Joint Convention in Las Vegas
     By Editorial Staff

Interim President Named at Palmer
     By Editorial Staff

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Strain and Counterstrain
     By Warren Hammer, MS, DC, DABCO
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