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Dynamic Chiropractic Archives -
September 1, 1993 (Vol. 11, Issue 18)    View Digital Edition

Rebuttal on Thermography
     By Arthur Croft, DC, MS, MPH, FACO

Basilar Migraine
     By Brad McKechnie, DC, DACAN

Chiropractic Centennial Begins Receiving Individual Sponsorships
     By Editorial Staff

Calif. Board Adopts Emergency Regulations under Threat
Backlash of WSJ Article Felt in State
     By Editorial Staff

The Cost of Disunity -- Did the California Board Do the Right Thing?
     By Editorial Staff

Chiropractic Education in South Africa
     By Editorial Staff

Georgia Board of Chiro. Examiners Endorses Mercy Guidelines
Oklahoma Board Rejects Mercy
     By Editorial Staff

Philadelphia Magazine Lauds Chiropractic
     By Editorial Staff

President's Forum
A President's Quest
     By Shelby Elliott, DC

Dr. Rondberg Files Lawsuit vs. Arizona Board Chairman and Dynamic Chiropractic
     By Editorial Staff

South Carolina Chiro. Assoc. Contributes to FCER
     By Editorial Staff

What Do I Do When Something Goes Wrong Because of Something I May Have Done with My Patient?
     By Darryl Curl

The Erosion of Chiropractic
The Third Party Payer System Is "Containing and Eliminating" an Important Part of Our Profession!
     By Donald M. Petersen Jr., BS, HCD(hc), FICC(h), Publisher

Chiropractic in a Prison Setting
     By Eric L. Martin, DC

Chiropractic's Greatest Tactical Error
     By Fred Barge, DC, PhC

I.Q. (Interesting Quotes)
     By Editorial Staff

Scoliosis, Spondylolisthesis, Short Leg and the Response to Chiropractic Care
     By Joseph Siragusa, DC and Patrick D. McLaughlin, DC

The Pronated Foot and the Lumbo-pelvic Area
     By Keith Innes

Foot Levelers Contributes $10,000 to Logan Scholarship Fund
     By Editorial Staff

Low-Cost Health Care for Children
     By Peter Fysh, DC

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Does Work Hardening Work?
     By Warren Hammer, MS, DC, DABCO
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