Index to Chiropractic Literature
Index to Chiropractic Literature
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Journal ID Article Title Author(s)
DC Tracts: Summer 2011(23:2): 4-5 22148 The biomarkers of healthy aging [audio lecture]
  • Ferezy JS
DC Tracts: Summer 2011(23:2): 5-8 22149 Diagnostic corner. Evaluation of mental status in chiropractic practice
  • Ferezy JS
DC Tracts: Winter 2010(22:4): 4-6 22140 Diagnostic corner. Radiculopathy or referred pain: How can you be sure?
  • Ferezy JS
J Manipulative Physiol Ther: Jul-Aug 1994(17:6): 418-419+ 5118 Chiropractic scope of practice [letter; comment]
  • Ferezy JS
  • Nelson CF
Adv Chiropr: 1994(1:): 455-476 5612 Neurovascular assessment for risk management in chiropractic practice
  • Ferezy JS
Chiropr Tech: Feb 1992(4:1): 32 7381 MIGRAINE HEADACHE DISEASE, DIAGNOSTIC AND MANAGEMENT STRATEGIES BY CHARLES W. THEISLER
  • Ferezy JS
Chiropr Tech: May 1992(4:2): 66 7107 PHOTOGRAPHIC MANUAL OF REGIONAL ORTHOPEDIC AND NEUROLOGICAL TESTS BY JOSEPH J. CIPRIANO
  • Ferezy JS
Chiropr Tech: Feb 1991(3:1): 47 8338 CHRONIC HEADACHE PAIN BY CHARLES THEISLER, VOLUME 1, NUMBER 2 IN THE SERIES SEMINARS IN CHIROPRACTIC
  • Ferezy JS
Chiropr Tech: May 1989(1:2): 52-56 10241 CHIROPRACTIC MANAGEMENT OF MERALGIA PARESTHETICA: A CASE REPORT
  • Ferezy JS
Chiropr Tech: Feb 1989(1:1): 19-22 10549 CARPAL TUNNEL SYNDROME: A CASE REPORT
  • Ferezy JS
  • Norlin WT
J Chiropr: Aug 1988(25:8): 61-63 11200 NEURAL ISCHEMIA AND CERVICAL MANIPULATION: AN ACCEPTABLE RISK
  • Ferezy JS
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