Index to Chiropractic Literature
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ID 25974
  Title More of the same? A look at the results of our annual Chiropractic Trends survey
Journal Can Chiropr. 2019 Sep;24(6):16-18
Peer Review No
Publication Type Article

Excerpt:  Although we can’t by any means extrapolate these survey results from the couple hundred responses we obtained to the entirety of the profession, survey results like these can help facilitate discussion, moving chiropractic forward. 

The survey covered practitioner demographics, income for 2018, practice profile, patient load, opinion on scope of practice regarding drug therapy--particularly interest in cannabidiol (CBD) oils, greatest perceived challenges and satisfaction with professional associations.

Canadian Chiropractor posts the digital edition of its back issues (from December 2007) at

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