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  Title Breech repositioning unresponsive to Webster Technique: Further clarification on the clinical intent and effectiveness of the technique [letter]
URL https://www.vertebralsubluxationresearch.com/2017/09/10/breech-repositioning-unresponsive-to-webster-technique-further-clarification-on-the-clinical-intent-and-effectiveness-of-the-technique/
Journal J Pediatr Matern & Fam Health - Chiropr. 2014 Winter;2014(1):Online access only p 1-2
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The following Letter to the Editor was originally submitted by Alcantara & Ohm to the Journal of Chiropractic Medicine (JCM) in order to correct errors made by the author of the following paper:

Roecker CB. Breech repositioning unresponsive to Webster technique: coexistence of oligohydramnios. Journal of Chiropractic Medicine 2013;12:74-78.

The author's errors were also not caught by the Journal of Chiropractic Medicine’s peer review or editorial process. Considering the seriousness of the clinical and legal issues involved, Alcantara & Ohm, who are recognized experts in Webster’s Technique, wrote a letter to the editor of JCM - Claire Johnson - in an effort to correct the errors in the published paper.    

Dr. Johnson refused to publish their letter.

In the interest of scientific interest and integrity we have agreed to publish Alcantara & Ohm’s Letter to the Editor.

This abstract is reproduced with the permission of the publisher; full text is available by subscription.


 

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