Index to Chiropractic Literature
Index to Chiropractic Literature
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ID 26210
  Title Abstracts from the 17th Annual Upper Cervical Spine Conference [Marietta, Georgia, February 3-4, 2001]
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Journal CRJ. 2000 Fall;7(2):78-83
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CONTENTS:

78  Neurological Dysfunction and the Occipito-Atlanto-Axial Subluxation Complex [by] Kirk Eriksen
78  Objective Numeric Pattern Analysis for Thermographic Data [by] Edward F. Owens Jr.
79  Toward a Guideline for Quantifying Pattern Analysis [by] John Hart
79  Mathematical Translation Between Two Upper Cervical Analysis Techniques [by] James Provoost
80  The Case Report: A Guide to Preparing a Proposal, Performing a Study, and Writing the Results for Publication [by] Kathryn T. Hoiriis
80  The Influence of Upper Cervical Specific Chiropractic Care on Lumbar Range of Motion [by] Robert C. Kessinger and Dessislava V. Boneva
81  Inter- and Intra-Examiner Reliability of the Tytron C-3000 [by] Bryan J. Salminen and Tunu Misra
81  Acute Effect of NUCCA Upper Cervical Adjustment on Patients with Diabetes Type II [by] Sarah K. Webster, Marshall Dickholtz, Charles Woodfield and George L. Bakris
82  The Upper Cervical Spine and Chronic Lumbar Disc Degeneration with Muscular Atrophy [by] Bruce White and Robert C. Kessinger
82  Response to Specfic Upper Cervical Adjustment in a Patient with Multiple Neuromusculoskeletal Complaints: A Case Study [by] Matthew McCoy and Paul Paez
83  Upper Cervical Chiropractic Care in Patients with Dysautonomia [by] Kevin A James, Sr.


 

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