Index to Chiropractic Literature
Index to Chiropractic Literature
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Journal ID Article Title Author(s)
J Manipulative Physiol Ther: Jun 2017(40:5): 320-329 24860 Association of mild leg length discrepancy and degenerative changes in the hip joint and lumbar spine
  • Murray KJ
  • Molyneux T
  • Le Grande MR
  • Castro Mendez A
  • Fuss FK
  • Azari MF
J Acad Chiropr Orthoped (JACO): Sep 2016(13:1): Online access only p 8-13 25469 Leg length inequality as a cause of functional scoliosis in a patient following a total hip replacement [case report]
  • Hinkeldey NA
  • Morgan WE
DC Tracts: Jun 1991(3:): 137-40 8019 LEG-LENGTH INEQUALITY IN PEOPLE OF WORKING AGE: THE ASSOCIATION BETWEEN MILD INEQUALITY AND LOW-BACK PAIN ... [ANALYSIS BY PATRICK P. VENDITTI]
  • Alaranta H
  • Soukka A
  • Tallroth K
DC Tracts: Feb 1990(2:1): 28-29 9335 LEG-LENGTH INEQUALITY HAS POOR CORRELATION WITH LUMBAR SCOLIOSIS: A RADIOLOGICAL STUDY OF 100 PATIENTS ... [ANALYSIS BY DONALD D. ASPEGREN]
  • Hoikka V
  • Tallroth K
J Manipulative Physiol Ther: Oct 1988(11:5): 373-379 11002 Excessive pronation: A major biomechanical determinant in the development of chondromalacia and pelvic lists
  • Rothbart BA
  • Estabrook L
J Manipulative Physiol Ther: Oct 1987(10:5): 232-38 12098 Short leg correction: A clinical trial of radiographic vs. non-radiographic procedures
  • Aspegren DD
  • Cox JM
  • Trier KK
J Aust Chiropr Assoc: Jun 1986(16:2): 65-68 13252 Lumbar spine structural changes associated with leg length inequality
  • Giles LGF
  • Taylor JR
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