Index to Chiropractic Literature
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  Title Spinal contact from the office of D.B. Mears Sr., D.C., Ph.C. Inventor of Bilateralscope & Mononeurometer ... Vol. 1 No. 1 [undated]
URL http://uppercervicalsubluxation.health.officelive.com/2011_1071.aspx
Journal J Upper Cervical Chiropr Res. 2011 Winter;1(1):Online access only 2 p
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Publication Type Classical Article
Abstract/Notes Excerpt from an undated document: With this issue we make a bow to the chiropractic profession and introduce ourselves and our purpose. This publication is aimed to keep the profession constantly in contact with research developed in this office. A limited number of practitioners have already studied this research, and have seen fit to urge my placing it before the profession. This research includes findings in the field of X-ray, newer methods of adjusting in the atlas-occipital region, more accurate methods of spinal analysis, and findings and improved uses of the BILATERALSCOPE. To users of the BILATERALSCOPE we are sending "Spinal Contact" gratis. Nonusers are asked to pay the nominal sum of one dollar per year. If, at the end of one year's subscription, any Chiropractor does not feel he has received one "buck's" worth of improved Chiropractic, we'll return the one hundred pennies.

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