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Dynamic Chiropractic Archives -
June 15, 1998 (Vol. 16, Issue 13)    View Digital Edition

Paper Authored Primarily by Chiropractors is First Published in APHA Journal
     By Editorial Staff

What's a Geriatric Care Manager?
     By Barbara Zapotocky-Cook, DC

Glucosamine, Part II: Forms
     By G. Douglas Andersen, DC, DACBSP, CCN

Fibromyalgia Syndrome: Must-Have Resources for the Chiropractor and Their Patients, Part II
Resources, Guides, Handbooks and More
     By Darryl Curl

Get New Patients the Easy Way
     By Edward Martin

DC Graphs Now on ChiroWeb
     By Editorial Staff

Interesting Quotes
     By Editorial Staff

Levator Scapula Syndrome
     By Joseph D. Kurnik, DC

Journal of Manipulative and Physiological Therapeutics
Abstracts for June 1998 - Volume 21, Number 5
     By Editorial Staff

Exercise Physiology Issues, Part 2
     By Kim Christensen, DC, DACRB, CCSP, CSCS

What If We Scrap Our Very Mode of Reasoning in Favor of a New Logic?
A Call for Unification and Cooperation!
     By Keith Innes

Reflections -- Fundamental Option and the Virtues of a Provider
     By Karen Shields-Wright

"Contemporary Asian Healing" -- A Counterpoint
     By Kerwin Winkler

Examination Essentials
     By Diane Lalla and Gerald Lalla

Exercise, Nutrition, Fat Loss
     By Mick Leone

Central America and the Caribbean
     By Editorial Staff

Missing Anatomical Link Supports Chiropractic for Headaches
     By Editorial Staff

Presenting Adobe Acrobat Reader
     By Michael Devitt

     By Editorial Staff

DC Heads Medical Commission of Int'l Roller Skating Federation
     By Editorial Staff

Comments on Management of Plantar Fascitis/Calcaneal Spur
     By R. Vincent Davis, DC, PT, DNBPM

Moving to Higher Ground
     By Editorial Staff

Oops, I Goofed!
     By Stanley Greenfield, RHU

Roller Skating -- Facts to Amaze Your Friends
Or, Skate Fast and Carry a Big Stick
     By Steve Kelly, managing editor

Interpleader: Trap or Opportunity? Perspectives on Personal Injury
     By Shawn Steel, JD

Evaluating Patterns of Function: Effects of Kinetic Chain Dysfunction on the Neck and Back
     By William D. Charschan, DC, CCSP

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Not to Worry, Just Hide Your Assets
     By C. Jacob Ladenheim
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