Index to Chiropractic Literature
Index to Chiropractic Literature
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Journal ID Article Title Author(s)
Chiropr Tech: May 1998(10:2): 82 1467 An active approach to hip joint dysfunction [letter]
  • Donahue JH
Chiropr Hist: Jun 1996(16:1): 39-49 3221 Morris Fishbein,M.D.: The "medical Mussolini" and chiropractic
  • Donahue JH
J Chiropr Humanit: 1993(3:1): 56-61 6457 PALMER'S PRINCIPLE OF TONE: OUR METAPHYSICAL BASIS
  • Donahue JH
Philos Constructs Chiropr Prof: 1992(2:1): 21-25 7510 The trouble with innate and the trouble that causes
  • Donahue JH
Chiropr Tech: Aug 1992(4:3): 90-103 6869 A BRIEF HISTORY OF MANIPULATIVE FOOT CARE IN AMERICA, 1896-1960
  • Brantingham JW
  • Donahue JH
  • Keating JC Jr
Philos Constructs Chiropr Prof: 1991(1:1): 21-24 8444 Are philosophers just scientists without data?
  • Donahue JH
Chiropr Tech: Nov 1991(3:4): 177-181 7663 ACADEMIC PHILOSOPHY IN CHIROPRACTIC: AN OVERVIEW
  • Donahue JH
Am J Chiropr Med: Sep 1990(3:3): 111-113 8709 Why the average chiropractor doesn't support research [editorial]
  • Donahue JH
Am J Chiropr Med: Jun 1989(2:2): 51-53 10125 A proposal for the development of a contemporary philosophy of chiropractic
  • Donahue JH
Am J Chiropr Med: Jun 1988(1:2): 86-88 11350 Dis-ease in our principles the case against innate intelligence
  • Donahue JH
Chiropr Hist: Jul 1987(7:1): 23-27 12285 D.D. PALMER AND THE METAPHYSICAL MOVEMENT IN THE 19TH CENTURY
  • Donahue JH
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