Index to Chiropractic Literature
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ID 18453
  Title Commentary: Are you listening? [JSD: joint sound diagnostics]
URL http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC1839914/
Journal J Can Chiropr Assoc. 2005 Sep;49(3):137-140
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Abstract/Notes Excerpt: No investigation is complete without using all of the practitioner's senses. Listening to biomechanical tissues at work is no different than auscultation of heart or lungs. As Chiropractors, our stethoscopes offer a world of practical and clinical applications that relate directly to the subluxations and fixations that form the basis of our philosophy. Introduction: Many providers listen for the presence of crepitus or grind, but few delve deeper. Sonic cartilage topography and synovial friction assays at the clinical level are innovative andthus hard to reference. The technique was derived over a 20-year period and is traced in a series of articles in the Canadian Chiropractor beginning 1999. The term, 'Joint Sound Diagnostics (JSD)' refers to the sensitive tracking and monitoring of post-traumatic and early degenerative joint conditions at the clinical level. Concurrent similarly related studies are also in the works.

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