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Dynamic Chiropractic Archives -
September 24, 2002 (Vol. 20, Issue 20)    View Digital Edition

Contemporary Acupuncture Diagnosis: Electro-Meridian Imaging
     By John Amaro, LAc, DC, Dipl. Ac.(NCCAOM), Dipl.Med.Ac.(IAMA)

The Patient Encounter and Patient Satisfaction, Part II
     By Robert Anderson, DC,MD,PhD

Chiropractic and Golf Part 5: Losing Your Balance
     By Jeffry Blanchard, DC

ChiroMaster 2002 Award Winners
     By Editorial Staff

Potential Impact of the Anthem-Trigon Merger
     By Tom Daly, ACA Legal Counsel

Assuring Chiropractic's Future
     By Ronald Feise, DC

The Upper Thoracic Spine and Posterior Ribs
     By Marc Heller, DC

"Oh, Say, Can You See?"
     By Rose Jacobs, CA

Public Health: Coming Soon to a Neighborhood Near You!
     By Lisa Zaynab Killinger, DC

Further Budget Cuts at Life University
     By Editorial Staff

Exam Techniques Should Seek to Identify or Rule Out Ominous Conditions and Contraindications to the Chiropractic Adjustment
     By K. Jeffrey Miller, DC, MBA

Palmer College Bestows Honorary DC Degree on Senator Harkin
     By Editorial Staff

How the NFL Delegates Chiropractic
     By Editorial Staff

Focusing Your Goals
     By Theodore Oslay, DC

Let's Send a Message!
     By Donald M. Petersen Jr., BS, HCD(hc), FICC(h), Publisher

Philosophy - Research Programs & Clinical Experience
     By David Prescott, MA,JD,DC,FIAMA and Edwin Grauke, JD,DC

Some Reflections on Palmer in Florida
     By Guy Riekeman, DC, President, Life University

DC Online (Chiropractic Research)
     By Brian Sutton, DC

Did It Have to Happen this Way?
     By Garrett Cuneo, HCD(hc),FICC(hc)

Gamma Oryzanol: an Impressive, yet Underappreciated Natural Agent for the Treatment of Hot Flashes in Menopause
     By James P. Meschino, DC, MS
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