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Dynamic Chiropractic Archives -
March 12, 2001 (Vol. 19, Issue 06)    View Digital Edition

Crash Partners: Death Risk Based on Relative Vehicle Masses, Sizes, and Types
     By Arthur Croft, DC, MS, MPH, FACO

Duke University Releases Headache Evidence Report
Substantial Evidence Shows Efficacy of Chiropractic for Tension and Cervicogenic Headaches
     By Editorial Staff

The Arthritic Patient
     By Cal Streeter, DO and Michael Epitropoulos, DC,PhD

Tensegrity Therapy
     By Warren Hammer, MS, DC, DABCO

Who Moved My Cheese?
     By Paul Hooper, DC, MPH, MS

Journal of Manipulative and Physiological Therapeutics
February 2001 - Volume 24 - Number 2
     By Editorial Staff

Chiropractic at the Turn of the Century
     By Joseph Keating Jr., PhD

Chiropractic for Headache Relief
     By Steve Kelly, managing editor

DC Is Moving
     By Editorial Staff

NJ Chiropractic Society Mines for New Voters
     By Editorial Staff

Chiropractic Biomechanical Research Center Added to FSU College of Human Sciences
     By Editorial Staff

OUM Echoes Concerns over CBS/Reliance
     By Editorial Staff

Dr. Riekeman Named President of Palmer College of Chiropractic West - Will Preside over Both Palmer Colleges
     By Editorial Staff

Who Should Be in Charge of Chiropractic College Curricula?
     By Guy Riekeman, DC, President, Life University

Using Whole-Food Supplements in Clinical Nutrition
     By Russell W. Shurtleff, DC

Three Sports Injury Studies
     By Thomas Souza, DC, DACBSP

Summary of the "2000 ACA Professional Survey on Chiropractic Practice"
     By Patricia Jackson

DC Online
     By Brian Sutton, DC

We Get Letters & E-Mail

Chiropractic Visions of the Leaders of "Our Virtual Chiropractic Association"
     By Chester Wilk, DC

"Chiropractic Physician" - A Term Used in Nebraska to Assist Third-Party Reimbursement - Not an Issue of Scope
     By Daryl D. Wills, DC

Tensor Fasciae Latae Syndrome and Lateral Entrapment with Instability
     By Nancy Martin-Molina, DC, QME, MBA, CCSP
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