Index to Chiropractic Literature
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ID 23351
  Title A comparison of four chiropractic systems in the diagnosis of sacroiliac malfunction
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Journal Eur J Chiropr. 1984 Mar;32(1):4-42
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In this paper an attempt has been made to correlate the findings of Gonstead, Logan Basic, SOT and Motion Palpation in the analysis of sacroiliac malfunction. 

For this purpose, a group of people were put through the testing procedures of all of the above systems, an adjustment was given and a re-evaluation was made.

The results showed that in 16 out of 25 cases there was a high correlation of findings before and after treatment.  Additionally certain observations were made concerning the performance of each system and sensitivity of their tests.

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