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Dynamic Chiropractic Archives -
May 7, 1993 (Vol. 11, Issue 10)    View Digital Edition

Thermography in Soft Tissue Trauma: Does It Have a Place?
     By Arthur Croft, DC, MS, MPH, FACO

Olfaction: A Primeval Legacy -- Part I
     By Abne Eisenberg

Chiropractic Colleges Compete in American Public Health Association Membership Drive
400 New Members Needed by Sept. 1
     By Editorial Staff

Glenerin Conference Produces Canadian Guidelines
Mercy Conference Provides the Model
     By Editorial Staff

Task Force's Health Professional Review Group Includes Chiropractic
Jerilynn Kaibel, DC, Chosen to Represent Profession
     By Steve Kelly, managing editor

Korean Chiropractic Association Formed
Impetus Came from Legislative Recognition of DCs in Hong Kong
     By Editorial Staff

Lowell Ward, D.C. - Stressology Pioneer
     By Editorial Staff

Midwest Forum
     By Editorial Staff

Minnesota HMOs and Chiro Association Collaborate on Study
     By Editorial Staff

New Jersey DCs Allege Extortion
Sue Dept. of Insurance Fraud Division
     By Editorial Staff

South Central Forum
     By Editorial Staff

Management Consulting
Choosing a Management Consultant
     By David J. Kats, DC

Making Chiropractic Bullet-Proof
     By Donald M. Petersen Jr., BS, HCD(hc), FICC(h), Publisher

It Works
     By Fred Barge, DC, PhC

ICA Symposium and Schwarzenegger Bodybuilding Classic Promote Natural Fitness
     By Editorial Staff

I.O. -- Interesting Observation May 7, 1993
     By Editorial Staff

Chiropractor Receives Four-Year NIH Research Grant
     By Editorial Staff

All the Chiropractors Tried the Best First?
     By Keith Innes

Kentuckiana Turns 36
     By Lorraine Golden, DC

DC to Speak at Alternative Medicine Conf. in Washington
     By Editorial Staff

Evaluating the Child with Fever
     By Peter Fysh, DC

Failed Back Surgery Syndrome
     By Randy V. Curtis, DC

Management of Carpal Tunnel Syndrome -- A Conservative Regimen
     By R. Vincent Davis, DC, PT, DNBPM

Primary Care Shortage Leaves Door Open for Chiropractic
     By Stephen R. Seater

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Another Paradigm Shift
     By Warren Hammer, MS, DC, DABCO
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