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ID 18931
  Title Getting on top "Down Under": Australian chiropractic history revisited
Journal Chiropr Hist. 2005 Winter;25(2):35-44
Peer Review Yes
Publication Type Article
Abstract/Notes Chiropractic in Australia commenced in 1905. It has since traversed four distinct periods to reach its present Functional Integration Period (1985>)—the Dawn Period (1905-1919); the Establishment Period (1919-1945); the Statutory Recognition Period (1945-1961); and the Legislative Period (1961-1985). From about 1919, the integrity of chiropractic as a new and unique profession was underpinned by three fundamental principles—chiropractic identity, chiropractic standards, and chiropractic discipline. Recognition and promotion by early chiropractors of these three principles have led to chiropractic emerging as an independent healthcare profession in Australia.

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