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Dynamic Chiropractic Archives -
September 12, 1994 (Vol. 12, Issue 19)    View Digital Edition

Orthopractor vs. Chiropractor -- Is There a Difference?
     By Arnold Cianciulli, BS,DC,MS,FICC,FACC

Treatment of Visceral Disorders Using Manipulative Therapy
     By Andrei Pikalov and Vyatcheslav Kharin, MD, PhD

Somatosensory Evoked Potentials of the Cervical Spine and Upper Extremities, Part II
     By David BenEliyahu

Largest Health Assoc. to Feature Chiropractic Topics
     By Editorial Staff

California Chiropractic College News
Life Chiropractic College West
     By Editorial Staff

Chiropractic Treats 33% of Back Pain Patients, Study Says
     By Editorial Staff

Harkin-Hatch Amendment Requires "Out of Network" Care
ACA Legislative Team Lined Up Amendment's Co-Sponsors
     By Editorial Staff

The Role of Lab Tests in Examination
     By John C. Masse, DC, Carol M. Beutler, DC and Donald R. England, DC

Report from the Mid-Year Meeting of Chiropractic Attorneys
Establishing PPOs, a Chiropractic Caucus, and Updating Mercy Guidelines
     By Editorial Staff

A Moment of Silence for B.F. "Doc" Miner, DC
     By Sean P. Miner, DC

The Fascinating Relationship between the Eyes and the Spine
     By Darryl Curl

David Letterman's "Top 10 Signs of a Bad Chiropractor"
     By Editorial Staff

What the Carey Study Means to You
     By Donald M. Petersen Jr., BS, HCD(hc), FICC(h), Publisher

Beyond Low Back Pain
     By Mary E. Johnson, FCER director of communications

Britain Passes "Chiropractors Act"
Story of a Legislative Campaign
     By Conny Huthsteiner, MD

Video on Chiro Education Delivered to Capitol Hill
Kansas Chiropractic Assoc. Hopes Legislators Get the Picture
     By Editorial Staff

Table 2
     By Jeffrey Tucker, DC, DACRB

A Discussion of the Madison Protocols for Medium Frequency Stimulation
     By Joseph Ventura Jr., DC

A Myth ... ?
     By Keith Innes

The DC and the Deaf Patient
     By Kevin Rose, DC, MPH

First International Meeting of Chiropractic in Brazil
     By Editorial Staff

"Crazy for You"
     By Spencer Baron, DC

The Top Ten
     By Stanley Greenfield, RHU

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