Index to Chiropractic Literature
Index to Chiropractic Literature
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Journal ID Article Title Author(s)
J Manipulative Physiol Ther: Feb 2003(26:2): 128-130 16249 A comparison of methods of evaluating cervical range of motion [letter]
  • Lantz CA
J Chiropr Educ: Spring 2002(16:1): 79-80 17581 RELIABILITY AND VALIDITY IN CLINICAL ASSESSMENT: SPINAL RANGE OF MOTION AS A MODEL [PRESENTED AT THE ASSOCIATION OF CHIROPRACTIC COLLEGES' NINTH ANNUAL CONFERENCE, 2002]
  • Lantz CA
J Chiropr Educ: Spring 2002(16:1): 26-27 17582 A COMPARISON OF CERVICAL AXIAL ROTATION IN UPRIGHT SEATED AND SUPINE POSTURES [PRESENTED AT THE ASSOCIATION OF CHIROPRACTIC COLLEGES' NINTH ANNUAL CONFERENCE, 2002]
  • Lantz CA
  • Luu TA
DC Tracts: Spring 2001(13:1): 2-3 19140 Audio lecture. The vertebral subluxation complex : a conceptual model of subluxation.
  • Lantz CA
J Manipulative Physiol Ther: Jun 2001(24:5): 327-330 15326 Errors in precise examiner head placement during cervical range-of-motion measurements
  • Chen J
  • Lantz CA
  • Solinger AB
J Manipulative Physiol Ther: Jul-Aug 2001(24:6): 385-393 15318 Effect of chiropractic intervention on small scoliotic curves in younger subjects: a time-series cohort design
  • Chen J
  • Lantz CA
CRJ: Spring 2000(7:1): 33-39 21786 Difference in cervical motion in seated vs. supine position using potentiometric and inclinometric technologies- a pilot study
  • Luu T
  • Lantz CA
J Manipulative Physiol Ther: Jan 2000(23:1): 20-26 14659 Standardized initial head position in cervical range-of-motion assessment: reliability and error analysis
  • Chen J
  • Lantz CA
  • Solinger AB
J Manipulative Physiol Ther: Jul-Aug 1998(21:6): 426-428 1312 Changes in brain function after manipulation of the cervical spine [letter; comment]
  • Carrick FR
  • Lantz CA
J Manipulative Physiol Ther: Oct 1997(20:8): 521-528 2048 Application and evaluation of the kappa statistic in the design and interpretation of chiropractic clinical research
  • Lantz CA
Top Clin Chiropr: Jun 1995(2:2): 1-10 4257 Back to basics: A review of the evolution of chiropractic concepts of subluxation
  • Lantz CA
J Manipulative Physiol Ther: Sep 1995(18:7): 486-488 4000 How to evaluate intraexaminer reliability using an interexaminer reliability study design [letter; comment]
  • Haas M
  • Lantz CA
ICA Rev: Jan-Feb 1995(51:1): 37-40 4607 Management of pediatric asthma & enuresis with probable traumatic etiology
  • Bachman TR
  • Lantz CA
J Manipulative Physiol Ther: Jun 1991(14:5): 329-333 8060 Interrater reliability of roentgenological evaluation of the lumbar spine in lateral bending [letter]
  • Haas M
  • Lantz CA
J Chiropr Educ: Jun 1991(5:1): 26-30 8050 CHIROPRACTIC THEORY: GUIDING PRINCIPLES FOR CHIROPRACTIC EDUCATION
  • Lantz CA
J Manipulative Physiol Ther: Jan 1990(13:1): 42-46 9437 A critical look at the subluxation hypothesis [letter; comment]
  • Lantz CA
  • Lawrence DJ
CRJ: 1990(1:4): 19-38 9467 The vertebral subluxation complex. Part II: The neuropathological and myopathological components
  • Lantz CA
J Manipulative Physiol Ther: Apr 1989(12:2): 152-155 10382 A critical look at the subluxation hypothesis [letter]
  • Lantz CA
ICA Rev: Sep-Oct 1989(45:4): 37-61 9834 THE VERTEBRAL SUBLUXATION COMPLEX.
  • Lantz CA
ICA Rev: Sep-Oct 1989(45:4): 37-61 9841 THE VERTEBRAL SUBLUXATION COMPLEX
  • Lantz CA
CRJ: 1989(1:3): 23-36 10753 The vertebral subluxation complex - Part I: An introduction to the model and the kinesiological component
  • Lantz CA
CRJ: Spring 1988(1:1): 21-46 11721 Immobilization degeneration and the fixation hypothesis of chiropractic subluxation [review]
  • Lantz CA
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