Index to Chiropractic Literature
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Journal ID Article Title Author(s)
Chiropr & Manual Ther: 2019(27:41): Online access only 4 p 25940 Spinal epidural hematoma in a patient on chronic anticoagulation therapy performing self-neck manipulation: A case report
  • Cooper J
  • Battaglia P
  • Reiter T
Chiropr & Manual Ther: 2017(25:37): Online access only 15 p 25022 What are the risks of manual treatment of the spine? A scoping review for clinicians [review]
  • Swait G
  • Finch R
Ann Vert Sublux Res: Spring 2016(2016:2): Online access only p 45-52 24796 Systematic review and meta-analysis of chiropractic care and cervical artery dissection: No evidence for causation [systematic review]
  • Church EW
  • Sieg EP
  • Zalatimo O
  • Hussain NS
  • Glantz M
  • Harbaugh RE
Chiropr & Manual Ther: 2016(24:42): Online access only 6 p 24586 Does case misclassification threaten the validity of studies investigating the relationship between neck manipulation and vertebral artery dissection stroke? Yes
  • Paulus JK
  • Thaler DE
Chiropr & Manual Ther: 2016(24:43): Online access only 6 p 24585 Does case misclassification threaten the validity of studies investigating the relationship between neck manipulation and vertebral artery dissection stroke? No
  • Murphy DR
  • Schneider MJ
  • Perle SM
  • Bise CG
  • Timko M
  • Haas M
J Manipulative Physiol Ther: Nov-Dec 2015(38:9): 664-671 24229 Internal carotid artery strains during high-speed, low-amplitude spinal manipulations of the neck
  • Herzog W
  • Tang C
  • Leonard T
J Manipulative Physiol Ther: Nov-Dec 2015(38:9): 672-676 24230 The association between cervical spine manipulation and carotid artery dissection: A systematic review of the literature
  • Chung CL
  • Côté P
  • Stern P
  • L'Espérance G
Chiropr & Manual Ther: 2015(23:19): Online access only 10 p 24094 Chiropractic care and the risk of vertebrobasilar stroke: Results of a case–control study in U.S. commercial and Medicare Advantage populations
  • Kosloff TM
  • Tao J
  • Bannister WM
Chiropr & Manual Ther: 2012(20:38): Online access only, 5 p. 22651 Internal carotid artery dissection following chiropractic treatment in a pregnant woman with Systemic Lupus Erythematosus [case report]
  • Morton A
Clin Chiropr: Sep 2010(13:3): 239-242 21415 Erratum to “Lectures. Friday 14 May 2010” [Clin. Chiropractic 13 (2010) 73-96][Proceedings of the European Chiropractors' Union Convention, London, 13-15 May 2010] Session 1B: Achievements. 1B.5. Cervical manipulation and stroke: Where are we now? [meeting abstract]
  • Murphy DR
J Manipulative Physiol Ther: Jul 2010(33:6): 480 21357 Microstructural damage of arterial tissue due to repeated tensile strains [letter]
  • Haynes MJ
J Manipulative Physiol Ther: Jul 2010(33:6): 480-481 21358 [Microstructural damage of arterial tissue due to repeated tensile strains] In reply [letter]
  • Herzog W
  • Symons B
Clin Chiropr: Jun 2010(13:2): 143-145 21242 Commentary. “Life threatening therapists”
  • Ameloot B
Chiropr & Osteopat: 2010(18:1): Online access only 46 p 21229 Relative effectiveness and adverse effects of cervical manipulation, mobilisation and the activator instrument in patients with sub-acute non-specific neck pain: Results from a stopped randomised trial [randomized controlled trial]
  • Gemmell H
  • Miller P
Chiropr & Osteopat: 2010(18:1): Online access only 30 p 21295 Current understanding of the relationship between cervical manipulation and stroke: What does it mean for the chiropractic profession?
  • Murphy DR
Clin Chiropr: Mar 2010(13:1): 85-88 21160 [Proceedings of the European Chiropractors' Union Convention, London, 13-15 May 2010] Session 1B: Achievements. 1B.5. Cervical manipulation and stroke: Where are we now? [meeting abstract]
  • Murphy DR
J Manipulative Physiol Ther: Jan 2010(33:1): 14-19 20954 Microstructural damage in arterial tissue exposed to repeated tensile strains
  • Austin N
  • DiFrancesco LM
  • Herzog W
Chiropr J Aust: Jun 2009(39:2): 60-62 20631 Occipitalisation: A one in one hundred risk?
  • Bull PW
J Manipulative Physiol Ther: Sep 2008(31:7): 553-557 20238 Cervical myelopathy: A case report of a "near-miss" complication to cervical manipulation [case report]
  • Murphy DR
  • Beres JL
JACA Online: May-Jun 2007(44:4): Online access only p 8-10 19577 Informed consent and stroke risk
  • Shaw G
JACA Online: Jan-Feb 2007(44:1): Online access only p 20-26 19507 Chiropractic manipulation and cervical artery dissection [review]
  • Haneline MT
  • Lewkovich G
JACA Online: Dec 2006(43:9): Online access only p 15-16 19455 Atherosclerosis as a risk factor for manipulation-related vertebrobasilar insufficiency: we don't think so! [comment]
  • Rosner AL
  • Haneline MT
J Manipulative Physiol Ther: Mar-Apr 2006(29:3): 236-244 18825 Manipulation in the presence of cervical spinal cord compression: a case series [case report]
  • Hurwitz EL
  • Murphy DR
  • Gregory AA
J Manipulative Physiol Ther: Sep 2005(28:7): 548-549 18393 Changes in cerebellar blood flow after manipulation of the cervical spine using technetium tc 99m ethyl cysteinate dimer [letter; comment]
  • Nansel DD
  • Haneline M
  • Cagnie B
J Manipulative Physiol Ther: Sep 2005(28:7): 549-550 18394 Changes in cerebellar blood flow after manipulation of the cervical spine using technetium 99m-ethyl cysteinate dimer [letter; comment]
  • Cooperstein R
  • Cagnie B
J Manipulative Physiol Ther: Feb 2005(28:2): 122-127 17962 Changes in cerebellar blood flow after manipulation of the cervical spine using technetium 99m-ethyl cysteinate dimer
  • Cagnie B
  • Jacobs F
  • Barbaix E
  • Vinke E
  • Dierckx R
  • Cambier D
Eur J Chiropr: 2003(51:3): 181-182 18340 CURRENT CONCEPTS IN VERTEBROBASILAR COMPLICATIONS FOLLOWING SPINAL MANIPULATION, 2ND EDN. BY ALLAN G.J. TERRETT [BOOK REVIEW]
  • Pedersen P
J Am Chiropr Assoc: Oct 2003(40:10): 24-27 16226 A response to the Smith et al study on the association of spinal manipulation and vertebral artery dissection
  • Haneline MT
J Manipulative Physiol Ther: Jan 2003(26:1): 48-52 16219 Is cervical spinal manipulation dangerous? [case report]
  • Christensen HW
  • Høilund-Carlsen PF
  • Licht PB
Eur J Chiropr: 2002(49:1): 80 18488 CAROTID ARTERY BLOOD FLOW DURING PREMANIPULATIVE TESTING [CONFERENCE ABSTRACT]
  • Christensen HW
  • Høilund-Carlsen PF
  • Licht PB
Eur J Chiropr: 2002(49:1): 127-128 18526 CAN RECURRENT CERVICAL ARTERY DISSECTIONS TELL US ANYTHING ABOUT CASES OF MANIPULATION-INDUCED STROKE? [CONFERENCE ABSTRACT]
  • Haldeman S
  • Rubinstein SM
Eur J Chiropr: 2002(49:1): 127-128 18527 CAN RECURRENT CERVICAL ARTERY DISSECTIONS TELL US ANYTHING ABOUT CASES OF MANIPULATION-INDUCED STROKE? [CONFERENCE ABSTRACT]
  • Haldeman S
  • Rubinstein SM
Br J Chiropr: 2002(5:3): 50-59 16811 Low force chiropractic adjustment and post-isometric muscle relaxation for the ageing cervical spine: A case study and literature review [case report]
  • Johnson I
Eur J Chiropr: 2001(47:2): 65-72 17193 RISKS AND COMPLICATIONS IN CERVICAL SPINE MANIPULATION: WHAT IS THE STRENGTH OF THE EVIDENCE? [LECTURE PRESENTED AT THE EUROPEAN CHIROPRACTORS' UNION CONVENTION, HEIDELBERG, GERMANY, 29-31 MAY 2003]
  • Thiel H
J Manipulative Physiol Ther: Oct 2001(24:8): 520-525 15302 Cervical manipulation to a patient with a history of traumatically induced dissection of the internal carotid artery: a case report and review of the literature on recurrent dissections
  • Haldeman S
  • Rubinstein SM
J Manipulative Physiol Ther: Mar-Apr 2000(23:3): 175-179 14736 Is there a role for premanipulative testing before cervical manipulation?
  • Christensen HW
  • Høilund-Carlsen PF
  • Licht PB
J Am Chiropr Assoc: Sep 1999(36:9): 42-44+ 350 What are the risks of chiropractic neck adjustments?
  • Lauretti W
J Manipulative Physiol Ther: Nov-Dec 1996(19:9): 563-569 2918 Safety in chiropractic practice. Part II: Treatment to the upper neck and the rate of cerebrovascular incidents
  • Klougart N
  • Leboeuf-Yde C
  • Rasmussen LR
J Manipulative Physiol Ther: Mar-Apr 1996(19:3): 159-164 3463 The validity of the extension-rotation test as a clinical screening procedure before neck manipulation: A secondary analysis
  • Côté P
  • Kreitz BG
  • Cassidy JD
  • Thiel H
J Manipulative Physiol Ther: Jul-Aug 1996(19:6): 371-377 3185 Safety in chiropractic practice, Part I; The occurrence of cerebrovascular accidents after manipulation to the neck in Denmark from 1978-1988
  • Klougart N
  • Leboeuf-Yde C
  • Rasmussen LR
Chiropr J Aust: Jun 1996(26:2): 43-46 3225 Cervical spine adjustments by Perth chiropractors and post-manipulation stroke: Has a change occurred?
  • Haynes MJ
Todays Chiropr: Sep-Oct 1995(24:5): 114 4032 Chiropractors' union schedules 40th convention
Eur J Chiropr: Apr 1993(41:1): 39 18822 Letters to the editor[letter; comment]
  • Byfield D
  • Novak EA
Am J Chiropr Med: Dec 1989(2:4): 160-63 9489 Cerebrovascular accidents following upper cervical manipulation: The importance of age, gender and technique
  • Martienssen J
  • Nilsson N
Okla Chiropr J: Fall 1989(1:4): 7-8+ 10384 CERVICAL MANIPULATION: HOW MUCH OF A RISK FOR STROKE?
  • Dickerson CR
J Manipulative Physiol Ther: Aug 1989(12:4): 304-307 9972 Failure of clinical tests to predict cerebral ischemia before neck manipulation [case report]
  • Bolton PS
  • Stick PE
  • Lord RS
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