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Dynamic Chiropractic Archives -
July 3, 1992 (Vol. 10, Issue 14)    View Digital Edition

Activities of Daily Living (ADL) Considerations in Cervical Acceleration/Deceleration (CAD) Trauma
     By Arthur Croft, DC, MS, MPH, FACO

Did D.D. Palmer "Steal" the Manipulative Techniques of A.T. Still?
     By Alana Ferguson

Dr. Fuhr Addresses House Subcommittee
Urges Federal Funding for Chiropractic Research
     By Arlan Fuhr, DC

What's Your Dream?
     By Donald M. Petersen Jr., BS, HCD(hc), FICC(h), Publisher

Posttraumatic Sympathicotonia and Raynaud's of the Hands Secondary to Thoracic Outlet Syndrome: The "Blue Hands" Syndrome
     By David BenEliyahu

America3 Team Sails to Victory
Chiropractic Part of Winning Team
     By Steve Kelly, managing editor

Mercy Center Update
Aspen to Publish Guidelines
     By Editorial Staff

Membership of the Consortium for Chiropractic Research -- 1992
     By Daniel Hansen, DC

Still Needed -- In Ecuador
     By Gregory White, DC

Trauma to the Growth Plate
     By Deborah Pate, DC, DACBR

Satisfied or Lazy?
Why Were There Only Two Candidates in NCMIC's 1992 Election?
     By Donald M. Petersen Jr., BS, HCD(hc), FICC(h), Publisher

Immunization and Unity
     By Fred Barge, DC, PhC

Medicare Spending on Chiropractic Services Shows Modest but Steady Growth
     By Gary R. Street, DC

Lobbying during Treatment
     By Gary C. Taylor

ICA's 1992 Chiropractor of the Year
Dr. Gerard Clum Honored for Accomplishments
     By Editorial Staff

Is the Chiropractic World Flat?
     By James Winterstein, DC, President, National University of Health Sciences

Considerations in Selling Your Practice
     By Michael J. Schroeder, Esq.

Muscles are in at NCC
     By Editorial Staff

Chiropractors Really Do Treat Asthma?
     By Peter Fysh, DC

Management of Adhesions of the Scapulothoracic Interface -- Scapulocostal Syndrome
     By R. Vincent Davis, DC, PT, DNBPM

Strong Defense
     By Stanley Greenfield, RHU

We Get Letters

Diagnosing a Meniscus Tear
     By Warren Hammer, MS, DC, DABCO
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