Index to Chiropractic Literature
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Journal ID Article Title Author(s)
J Chiropr Med: Mar 2017(16:1): 41-48 24717 Combining spinal manipulation with standard counseling for tobacco cessation: Results of a feasibility randomized clinical trial
  • Rose KA
  • Kizhakkeveettil A
  • Kadar GE
  • Losack M
J Can Chiropr Assoc: Dec 2015(59:4): Online access only p 349-362 24196 The effectiveness of structured patient education for the management of musculoskeletal disorders and injuries of the extremities: A systematic review by the Ontario Protocol for Traffic Injury Management (OPTIMa) Collaboration [systematic review]
  • Randhawa K
  • Côté P
  • Gross DP
  • Wong JJ
  • Yu H
  • Sutton D
  • Southerst D
  • Varatharajan S
  • Mior S
  • Stupar M
  • Shearer HM
  • Lindsay GM
  • Jacobs C
  • Taylor-Vaisey A
Chiropr & Manual Ther: 2013(21:17): Online access only 24 p 22854 Intra-oral myofascial therapy versus education and self-care in the treatment of chronic, myogenous temporomandibular disorder: A randomised, clinical trial
  • Kalamir A
  • Graham PL
  • Vitiello AL
  • Bonello R
  • Pollard H
J Chiropr Med: Dec 2011(10:4): 248-254 22103 The efficacy of the addition of the Pilates method over a minimal intervention in the treatment of chronic nonspecific low back pain: A study protocol of a randomized controlled trial
  • Miyamoto GC
  • Costa LOP
  • Galvanin T
  • Cabral CMN
J Chiropr Educ: Fall 2011(25:2): 132-141 21917 Are patients receiving health promotion advice in the chiropractic teaching clinic setting? An impact assessment of a brief intervention to increase advising rates and goal setting
  • Evans MW Jr
  • Page G
  • Ndetan H
  • Martinez D
  • Brandon P
  • Daniel D
  • Walker C
Clin Chiropr: Jun 2011(14:2): 80-81 21820 Effect of dietary and lifestyle advice in addition to spinal manipulation for adult patients with chronic symptoms of heartburn, dyspepsia or reflux [Chiropractic Evidence 2011, The College of Chiropractors, London, 19 January 2011; meeting abstract]
  • Young M
  • McCarthy P
  • King S
JACA Online: Jan-Feb 2011(48:1): Online access only p 19-21 21727 Certified financial planning and the Hippocratic oath
  • Cooperstein R
Chiropr J Aust: Dec 2010(40:4): 148-150 21602 Can chiropractic philosophy change community perception?
  • Floreani S
J Can Chiropr Assoc: Jun 2010(54:2): 132 21114 Patient Education in Rehabilitation [by] Dreeben, O [book review]
  • Howell E
J Manipulative Physiol Ther: Mar-Apr 2010(33:3): 241 21058 Erratum [Refers to article: Deran Oskay, Aydýn Meriç, Nuray Kirdi, Tüzün Firat, Çiðdem Ayhan, Gürsel Leblebicioðlu. Neurodynamic Mobilization in the Conservative Treatment of Cubital Tunnel Syndrome: Long-Term Follow-Up of 7 Cases. Journal of Manipulative and Physiological Therapeutics February 2010 (Vol. 33, Issue 2, Pages 156-163)]
J Manipulative Physiol Ther: Feb 2010(33:2): 156-163 20981 Neurodynamic mobilization in the conservative treatment of cubital tunnel syndrome: Long-term follow-up of 7 cases [case report]
  • Oskay D
  • Meriç A
  • Kirdy N
  • Firat T
  • Ayhan C
  • Leblebicioðlu G
J Clin Chiropr Pediatr: Dec 2009(10:2): 687-691 21065 Grand rounds case #2: Teen with back pain complicated by obesity [case report]
  • Leach RA
  • Evans W
  • Williams RD
  • Privett D
JACA Online: Jan-Feb 2009(46:1): Online access only p 2-8 20440 The wellness practice
  • Kline CM
ICA Rev: Spring 2008(64:1): 55-61 20282 Patient education in the 21st century
  • Braile R
JACA Online: Jul 2008(45:5): Online access only p 2-5 20175 Practice-based public relations, Part I
  • Kline CM
BMC Musculoskel Disord: 2007(8:112): Online access only 19974 Effect of an education and activation programme on functional limitations and patient-perceived recovery in acute and sub-acute shoulder complaints - A randomised clinical trial [randomized controlled trial]
  • De Bruijn C
  • De Bie RA
  • Geraets J
  • Goossens M
  • Van del Heuvel W
  • van der Heijden GJ
  • Candel M
  • Dinant GJ
JACA Online: Aug 2007(44:6): Online access only p 23-24 19763 Healthy living: you first chiropractic visit [patient education handout]
  • Kargus A
J Chiropr Humanit: 2006(13:): Online access only 7 p 19404 Chiropractic, contemporary culture, and patient education
  • Lund CJ
Clin Chiropr: Dec 2006(9:4): 209 19329 G. Browne, A Manual Therapist's Guide to Movement: Teaching Motor Skills to the Orthopedic Patient, Churchill Livingstone (2005 December) [book review]
  • Osborne N
J Manipulative Physiol Ther: Oct 2006(29:8): 643-650 19274 Canadian chiropractors' perception of educational preparation to counsel patients on immunization
  • Injeyan HS
  • Verhoef MJ
  • Russell ML
  • Mutasingwa D
J Clin Chiropr Pediatr: 2006(7:1): 453-454 19227 Chiropractic and the pediatric patient: synthesis not semantics [editorial]
  • Vallone S
J Can Chiropr Assoc: Jun 2006(50:2): 140-155 19193 A survey of Ontario chiropractors: their views on maximizing patient compliance to prescribed home exercise
  • Hagino CC
  • Donkers Ainsworth K
JACA Online: May-Jun 2006(43:4): Online access only p 2-6 19037 Part II: Chiropractic home exercise programs--ergonomics & compliance
  • Kline CM
J Manipulative Physiol Ther: Mar-Apr 2006(29:3): 228-235 18826 Comparative study of hands-on therapy with active exercises vs education with active exercises for the management of upper back pain
  • Pesco MS
  • Chosa E
  • Tajima N
Chiropr & Osteopat: 2006(14:1): Online access only 25 p. 19282 An educational campaign to increase chiropractic intern advising roles on patient smoking cessation
  • Hawk C
  • Evans MW Jr
  • Strasser SM
JACA Online: Nov 2005(42:8): Online access only p. 2-5 18635 Focus: the chronic pain patient and chiropractic
  • Kline CM
  • Dillard J
ICA Rev: Spring 2005(61:1): 37-39 18421 Sublata causa tollitur effectus (the effect will leave when the cause is removed)
  • Sinnott R
JACA Online: Aug 2005(42:6): Online access only p 8-14 18275 Tobacco cessation: attitudes and behavior of Oregon chiropractors
  • Gordon JS
  • Istvan JA
  • Haas MD
JACA Online: May-Jun 2005(42:4): Online access only p 8-15 18213 "Chiropractors against tobacco" pilot project: a practice-based research study
  • Baird R
  • Hawk C
JACA Online: Apr 2005(42:3): Online access only p 23-24 18210 For your health: Quit smoking: why and how? [patient education handout]
  • Wyatt LH
JACA Online: Mar 2005(42:2): Online access only p 25-26 18203 For your health: What's new about sleep? [patient education handout]
  • Schetchikova N
JACA Online: Jan-Feb 2005(42:1): Online access only p.51-52 18196 For your health: buckle up to save lives [patient education handout]
  • Kargus A
J Manipulative Physiol Ther: Sep 2004(27:7): 457-465 18137 Back schools in occupational health care: design of a randomized controlled trial and cost-effectiveness study
  • De Vet HC
  • Koes BW
  • Heymans MW
  • Bongers PM
  • Van Mechelen W
Todays Chiropr: Nov-Dec 2004(33:6): 70-71 17695 SIGNED SEALED DELIVERED: EFFECTIVE PATIENT NEWSLETTERS
  • Willis WN
Todays Chiropr: Sep-Oct 2004(33:5): 50, 52-53 17673 STRENGTH THROUGH PATIENT RETENTION
  • Kohl GS
J Chiropr Med: Fall 2004(3:4): 160-163 17068 Vioxx: What should we tell our patients?
  • Johnson C
J Am Chiropr Assoc: Oct 2004(41:10): 46-47 17037 Spinal health promotion and wellness: It's our time
  • Kirk R
J Manipulative Physiol Ther: May 2004(27:4): 262-266 17025 Prescribing wellness: a case study exploring the use of health information brochures [case report]
  • Jamison JR
J Am Chiropr Assoc: May 2004(41:5): 42 16604 Wellness in practice [editorial]
  • Hyland JK
J Am Chiropr Assoc: Apr 2004(41:4): 20-23 16591 Communicating your health message to patients
  • Evans MW Jr
J Am Chiropr Assoc: Apr 2004(41:4): 28 16593 How to use your health patient page
Todays Chiropr: Nov-Dec 2003(32:6): 20-24 17518 BENEIFTS OF UTILIZING NUTRITION IN A SUBLUXATION-BASED PRACTICE
  • D'Andrea M
Todays Chiropr: Jan-Feb 2003(32:1): 20-24 17432 EXPLAINING THE SUBLUXATION
  • Slosberg M
J Chiropr Educ: Fall 2003(17:2): 113-119 17152 The unsubstantiated Web site claims of chiropractic colleges in Canada and the United States
  • Grod JP
  • Sikorski D
J Chiropr Med: Sep 2003(2:3): 96-101 16703 Chiropractic/rehabilitative management of chronic headaches: A retrospective case report
  • Novicky SD
J Manipulative Physiol Ther: Sep 2003(26:7): 403-411 16316 A pilot study for a randomized clinical trial assessing chiropractic care, medical care, and self-care education for acute and subacute neck pain patients
  • Anderson AV
  • Bronfort G
  • Evans R
  • Bittell S
J Manipulative Physiol Ther: Sep 2003(26:7): 412-420 16317 Randomized clinical trial of conservative treatment for patients with whiplash-associated disorders: considerations for the design and dynamic treatment protocol
  • Verhagen AP
  • Scholten-Peeters GGM
  • Neeleman-Van der Steen CWM
  • Hurkmans JCAM
  • Wams RWA
  • Oostendorp RAB
J Manipulative Physiol Ther: Jan 2003(26:1): 54-57 16238 Unsubstantiated claims in patient brochures from the largest state provincial, and national chiropractic associations and research agencies [letter; comment]
  • Keating JC Jr
  • Green B
ICA Rev: Summer 2003(59:2): 47-54 16146 MOMENTUM
  • Russell EG
Chiropr J Aust: Mar 2002(32:1): 2-6 16754 Fruit and vegetable consumption by chiropractic patients: An Australian case study [case report]
  • Jamison JR
Chiropr J Aust: Mar 2002(32:1): 7-13 16755 Chiropractic, health promotion and the potential for synergy
  • Stacey K
  • Vindigni D
  • Stacey P
Todays Chiropr: Jan-Feb 2002(31:1): 29-31 16034 LOUELLA HARRIS: A MISSIONARY FOR UPPER CERVICAL CHIROPRACTIC
  • Panter J
Todays Chiropr: May-Jun 2002(31:3): 55 15623 ENHANCING PATIENT EDUCATION WITH HIGH-TECH PRESENTATIONS.
  • Ward SM
J Manipulative Physiol Ther: Jun 2002(25:5): 347-349 15799 Unsubstantiated claims in patient brochures from the largest state, provincial, and national chiropractic associations and research agencies [letter; comment]
  • Grod JP
  • Keating JC Jr
  • Rosner AL
  • Sikorski D
J Manipulative Physiol Ther: May 2002(25:4): 240-245 15780 Health information and promotion in chiropractic clinics
  • Jamison J
Chiropr Econ: Jul 2002(44:7): 31-35 15556 TIMING IS EVERYTHING: A PATIENT-CENTERED APPROACH TO HELPING YOUR PATIENTS
  • Esteb WD
Chiropr Econ: Jul 2002(44:7): 63-65 15561 MAKE YOUR RECEPTION AREA WORK FOR YOU: STEP-BY-STEP IDEAS TO EDUCATE PATIENTS, STIMULATE REFERRALS
  • Fernandez PG
Chiropr Econ: Jul 2002(44:7): 67-70 15562 HOW TO ADJUST YOUR THINKING ABOUT PATIENT EDUCATION
  • Jackson R
Chiropr Econ: Jul 2002(44:7): 73-75 15563 WORDS OR CONCEPTS? WHEN IT COMES TO PATIENT COMMUNICATION, THERE'S A DIFFERENCE
  • Delman I
Chiropr Econ: Jul 2002(44:7): 78-84 15564 CHIROPRACTIC ECONOMICS' FOURTH ANNUAL PATIENT EDUCATION DIRECTORY & RESOURCE GUIDE
Chiropr Econ: Jul 2002(44:7): 100-102 15568 THE SPECIAL REPORT: MAKING THE MOST OF THIS LOW BUDGET, HIGH IMPACT MARKETING TOOL
  • Sullivan L
Chiropr Econ: May 2002(44:5): 61-64 15550 Survey: what does the public really think about chiropractic?
  • Greenawalt KS
Chiropr Econ: Feb 2002(44:2): 41-44 15406 HOW TO CREATE BROCHURES THAT WORK: YOUR GUIDE TO PRODUCING POWERFUL MARKETING MATERIALS
  • Malter C
Chiropr Econ: Jan 2002(44:1): 19-20 14991 MASTERING THE REPORT OF FINDINGS: USE ANALOGIES, METAPHORS AND VISUALS TO YOUR ADVANTAGE
  • Hoffman B
ICA Rev: Summer 2001(57:4/5): 52-56 16887 MAXIMIZING PATIENT EDUCATION ON THE INTERNET
  • Braile R
Todays Chiropr: Mar-Apr 2001(30:2): 24 16076 WHERE IS CHIROPRACTIC HEADED?
  • Gallagher WB
Todays Chiropr: Mar-Apr 2001(30:2): 52-53 16085 ENHANCING PATIENT COMMUNICATIONS WITH AN E-NEWSLETTER
  • Stechshulte P
Todays Chiropr: May-Jun 2001(30:3): 26-27 15679 FUNDAMENTALS OF SPINAL HYGIENE.
  • Kirk R
J Manipulative Physiol Ther: Jun 2001(24:5): 331-334 15327 The health information brochure: a useful tool for chiropractic practice?
  • Jamison JR
J Manipulative Physiol Ther: Oct 2001(24:8): 514-519 15301 Unsubstantiated claims in patient brochures from the largest state, provincial, and national chiropractic associations and research agencies
  • Grod JP
  • Keating JC Jr
  • Sikorski D
J Manipulative Physiol Ther: Nov-Dec 2001(24:9): 543-551 15285 A descriptive study of medical and chiropractic patients with chronic low back pain and sciatica: management by physicians (practice activities) and patients (self-management)
  • Haas M
  • Nyiendo J
  • Goldberg B
  • Lloyd C
J Can Chiropr Assoc: Mar 2001(45:1): 18-25 15188 Developing a community-based educational program for older persons
  • Gleberzon BJ
Chiropr Econ: Nov 2001(43:11): 50-56 15118 CONSUMER EMPOWERMENT: HOW TO MEET PATIENTS' WANTS AND NEEDS
  • Sportelli L
Chiropr Econ: Oct 2001(43:10): 58-62 15106 REPORT OF FINDINGS: HOW TO INCREASE YOUR SUCCESS RATE
  • Olsen JD
Chiropr Econ: Oct 2001(43:10): 72 15109 SUSAN HOY'S TEAM TIPS
  • Hoy S
Chiropr Econ: Sep 2001(43:9): 34-42 15091 SUCCESS FILE
Chiropr Econ: Sep 2001(43:9): 68-69 15094 PROMOTING YOUR WEBSITE VIA PATIENT COMMUNICATIONS
  • Mulligan M
Chiropr Econ: Sep 2001(43:9): 70+ 15095 SUSAN HOY'S TEAM TIPS: INVEST IN PATIENT EDUCATION NOW; REAP THE REWARDS LATER
  • Hoy S
Chiropr Econ: Aug 2001(43:8): 16+ 15075 THREE WAYS TO BOOST YOUR SPEAKING AND MARKETING SUCCESS
  • Duboff L
Chiropr Econ: Aug 2001(43:8): 46-50 15080 HOW TO KEEP 'EM COMING BACK
  • Fernandez PG
Chiropr Econ: Aug 2001(43:8): 54-62 15081 HELPING YOUR PATIENTS UNDERSTAND CHIROPRACTIC: HOW YOU CAN KEEP IT SIMPLE, AND STILL FOCUS ON THE SUBLUXATION COMPLEX
  • Riekeman GF
Chiropr Econ: Aug 2001(43:8): 86-94 15086 CHIROPRACTIC ECONOMICS' THIRD ANNUAL PATIENT EDUCATION DIRECTORY & RESOURCE GUIDE
Chiropr Econ: Apr 2001(43:4): 54-59 15036 WITH PATIENT EDUCATION, LESS ISN'T NECESSARILY MORE: WHY YOUR PATIENTS DESERVE ALL THE FACTS, NOT A WATERED DOWN VERSION
  • Jackson R
Chiropr Econ: Jan 2001(43:1): 72+ 15009 SUSAN HOY'S TEAM TIPS: HOW TO PRODUCE A POWERFUL NEWSLETTER
  • Hoy S
DC Tracts: Summer 2000(12:2): 4-5 19004 Audio lectures. Chiropractic treatment of internal disorders.
  • Kessinger J
Top Clin Chiropr: Dec 2000(7:4): 35-42 18021 A SURVEY TO EVALUATE CHIROPRACTIC PATIENTS' PREFERENCES FOR HEALTH INFORMATION BROCHURES
  • Jamison JR
Top Clin Chiropr: Dec 2000(7:4): 15-24 18023 PATIENT EDUCATION VIEWED THROUGH THE LENS OF DIFFUSION OF INNOVATIONS RESEARCH
  • McCarthy KA
  • Milus T
Top Clin Chiropr: Dec 2000(7:4): iv-v 18024 IN THIS ISSUE ... WHO IS PATIENT EDUCATION FOR?
  • Mootz RD
Top Clin Chiropr: Dec 2000(7:4): 1-5 18025 BACK TO BASICS ... BECOMING AN EFFECTIVE PATIENT EDUCATOR: AN INTRODUCTION TO PRACTICAL EDUCATION CONCEPTS
  • Piccininni JJ
Top Clin Chiropr: Dec 2000(7:4): 43-49 18026 PERSPECTIVES IN PATIENT EDUCATION
  • Piccininni JJ
  • Drover JM
Top Clin Chiropr: Dec 2000(7:4): 57-66 18027 CRAFTING A MODEL OF PATIENT EDUCATION: NEGOTIATING MEANING AND SHARED CLINICAL REALITY
  • Simon S
Chiropr J Aust: Sep 2000(30:3): 96-101 16550 Health promotion: Exploring the behaviour of chiropractic patients
  • Jamison JR
Chiropr J Aust: Jun 2000(30:2): 45-47 16538 Self-care: A comparative case study of chiropractic patients' health information interests
  • Jamison JR
Todays Chiropr: Nov-Dec 2000(29:6): 28-30 15506 IMPLEMENTING SUGGESTIONS IN MANAGING ELIMINATIVE DISORDERS.
  • Sipes AP
Todays Chiropr: Jul-Aug 2000(29:4): 88-90 15499 CREATING A CHIROPRACTIC-BASED PATIENT EDUCATION SYSTEM.
  • Flesia J
Todays Chiropr: Jul-Aug 2000(29:4): 92-95 15500 DEVELOPING EFFECTIVE PATIENT BROCHURES AND NEWSLETTERS.
  • Jackson R
J Am Chiropr Assoc: Jun 2000(37:6): 42-43 14697 USING E-MAIL TO ENHANCE YOUR PRACTICE
  • Lapp J
J Manipulative Physiol Ther: Jan 2000(23:1): 56-59 14667 Patient education initiatives at the Canadian Memorial Chiropractic College
  • Piccininni JJ
  • Johnston CC
  • Kopansky-Giles DR
  • Robinson SJ
Top Clin Chiropr: Jun 1999(6:2): 1-7+ 674 Back to basics... confronting psychosocial issues in patients with low back pain
  • Hoffmann B
Todays Chiropr: Sep-Oct 1999(28:5): 98-101 136 Telling the chiropractic story
  • Margolies JE
JNMS: Mar 1999(7:1): 15-24 565 Safe back workouts
  • Liebensen C
ICA Rev: Feb 1999(55:1): 80-84 707 You can be a fitness D.C.
  • Gratale P
Chiropr Hist: Dec 1999(19:2): 16-19 187 Early educational tracts helped to build chiropractic
  • Willis JC
Chiropr Econ: Oct 1999(41:8): 80-84 894 Is your patient education program out of whack?
  • Jackson R
Am Chiropr: Sep-Oct 1999(21:5): 40-41 301 Patient compliance with rehab procedures
  • Christensen KD
Am Chiropr: Mar-Apr 1999(21:2): 6-9 258 The forum: Your turn to talk [letter]
  • Smith AL
Am Chiropr: Jan-Feb 1999(21:1): 24-26 250 FTC attacks patient education: FTC vs Koren publications
  • Koren T
Am Chiropr: Jan-Feb 1999(21:1): 30 252 The FTC talks
Eur J Chiropr: 1998(46:2): 87-88 16645 RUMOURS AND PROVEN FACTS ON THE EFFECTS OF MANIPULATION: THE ROLE OF NEUROPLASTICITY IN UNDERSTANDING THE PHYSIOLOGICAL BASIS FOR CHIROPRACTIC
  • McCarthy PW
Eur J Chiropr: 1998(46:2): 89-90 16646 ROLE OF PATIENT EDUCATION IN CHIROPRACTIC PRACTICE
  • Noone P
Todays Chiropr: Sep-Oct 1998(27:5): 111-112 1202 Triumph over illness: What you should know about the power of chiropractic care [book review] by William S. Gandee
Chiropr Tech: Nov 1998(10:4): 143-149 982 The chiropractic adjustment: A case study of chiropractor explanations and patient understanding
  • Jamison JR
Chiropr Econ: Sep 1998(40:10): 78-80 1116 Expand your practice
  • Austin WM
Chiropr Econ: Mar-Apr 1998(40:6): 72-77+ 1571 CHALLENGE: HOW CAN YOU AND YOUR PATIENTS PROFIT FROM NUTRITION?
  • Seaman D
Australas Chiropr & Osteopat: Mar 1998(7:1): 8-14 1558 SPINAL CARE EDUCATION AS A PREVENTATIVE STRATEGY FOR OCCUPATIONAL HEALTH & SAFETY: A NEW ROLE FOR CHIROPRACTORS
  • Tuchin PJ
Am Chiropr: Jan-Feb 1998(20:1): 22-24 1721 BUILDING RESPONSIBLE PATIENTS
  • Lange D
Am Chiropr: Jan-Feb 1998(20:1): 26-27+ 1722 SMART INTERNAL MARKETING
  • Smith JC
Todays Chiropr: Sep-Oct 1997(26:5): 84-87 2169 DEVELOPING PRACTICE BROCHURES AND NEWSLETTERS THAT GET RESULTS.
  • Rhode J
Todays Chiropr: Sep-Oct 1997(26:5): 88-89 2170 THE THREE WAYS TO USE PATIENT EDUCATION LITERATURE.
  • Koren T
J Manipulative Physiol Ther: Jan 1997(20:1): 41-46 2735 SELF-DIRECTED PATIENT EDUCATION IN SOFT-TISSUE REHABILITATION: RATIONALE AND ANALYSIS OF A PILOT PROJECT
  • Piccininni JJ
  • Vernon HT
J Chiropr Educ: Sep 1997(11:2): 69-74 2126 CHIROPRACTIC STUDENT EDUCATION IN PLANNING AND PRESCRIBING PATIENT EXERCISE PROGRAMS.
  • Piccininni JJ
J Chiropr Educ: Dec 1997(11:3): 95-100 1911 CHIROPRACTIC STUDENT EDUCATION IN PLANNING AND PRESCRIBING PATIENT EXERCISE PROGRAMS.
  • Piccininni JJ
J Am Chiropr Assoc: Jul 1997(34:7): 39-45 2266 A QUALITATIVE ASSESSMENT OF CHIROPRACTIC GERIATRIC EDUCATION USING FOCUS GROUPS
  • Azad A
  • Hawk C
  • Killinger LZ
ICA Rev: Nov-Dec 1997(53:6): 50-55 1984 PATIENT EDUCATION
  • Nikitow DP
Chiropr Pediatr: Jun 1997(3:1): 6-7 2336 THE IMPORTANCE OF DOCTOR-PATIENT RELATIONSHIP
  • Marko S
  • Peet J
Chiropr Econ: Jan-Feb 1997(39:4): 48-56 2691 IMAGE IS EVERYTHING.
  • King J
Am Chiropr: Sep-Oct 1997(19:5): 35-36 2071 PRACTICE BUILDING: THE THREE WAYS TO USE PATIENT EDUCATION LITERATURE
  • Koren T
Am Chiropr: Jul-Aug 1997(19:4): 12-13 2222 SPINAL FLOSSING
  • Esteb WD
Todays Chiropr: Sep-Oct 1996(25:5): 94-96+ 3089 HOW TO REACH NEW PATIENTS WITH YELLOW PAGES ADVERTISING.
  • Meyers HS
Todays Chiropr: Sep-Oct 1996(25:5): 104-106 3091 THE MAGICAL SECRET TO A LARGE PRACTICE.
  • Plummer RE
Todays Chiropr: Mar-Apr 1996(25:2): 108-110 3509 DEVELOPING A PUBLIC RELATIONS PROGRAM FOR YOUR PRACTICE.
  • Stechshulte P
Todays Chiropr: Mar-Apr 1996(25:2): 122-123 3512 TAKING YOUR BACK TO THE FUTURE [BOOK REVIEW] BY W. MICHAEL GAZDAR
Todays Chiropr: Jan-Feb 1996(25:1): 116-117 3645 SHOW ME WHERE IT HURTS [BOOK REVIEW] BY ALAN D. ROSENTHAL AND ILLANA KATZ
JNMS: Mar 1996(4:1): 8-11 3486 READABILITY OF PATIENT EDUCATION MATERIALS
  • Cardinal BJ
  • Reed-Pierce R
JNMS: Dec 1996(4:4): 148-151 2851 LOW BACK PAIN AND UPPER LEG PARESTHESIA: LIFESTYLE, WORKPLACE, AND IATROGENIC CONSIDERATIONS
  • O'Neil C
  • Carpenter TL
  • Zatkin JL
J Can Chiropr Assoc: Mar 1996(40:1): 43-46 3461 Informed consent
  • Steinecke R
J Am Chiropr Assoc: May 1996(33:5): 21-23 3348 Better health through exercise: ACA and its sports council join the National Coalition for Promoting Physical Activity
  • Monokian RE
J Am Chiropr Assoc: Apr 1996(33:4): 32-34 3414 Education: opening the door to the next century of chiropractic
  • Bassitt CL
Am Chiropr: Jan-Feb 1996(18:1): 27-28+ 3569 DO YOU SUFFER FROM ONE OF THESE EIGHT WARNING SIGNS?
  • Goldsmith B
COMSIG Rev: Jul 1995(4:2): 41-45 18369 GENERAL HEALTH INFORMATION: SUGGESTIONS FOR REFINING THE MESSAGE IN PRIMARY PRACTICE
  • Jamison JR
Todays Chiropr: Sep-Oct 1995(24:5): 42-44 4014 ADVOCATES FOR CHILDREN
  • Anrig C
Todays Chiropr: Nov-Dec 1995(24:6): 17 3853 NEW CHIROPRACTIC VIDEO FEATURES PROMINENT PERSONALITIES
Todays Chiropr: May-Jun 1995(24:3): 88-91 4359 THE NEXT CHALLENGE: EDUCATING THE PUBLIC ABOUT CHIROPRACTIC
  • Padgett KW
Todays Chiropr: Mar-Apr 1995(24:2): 88-92 4512 TOTAL SKILLS INTEGRATION
  • Mertz CJ
ICA Rev: Nov-Dec 1995(51:6): 46-51 3805 INCREASING AWARENESS OF CHIROPRACTIC THROUGH PATIENT EDUCATION
Dig Chiropr Econ: Sep-Oct 1995(38:2): 31+ 3933 FIVE KEYS TO EXCELLENT HEALTH: A PATIENT GUIDE
  • Kreitman H
Todays Chiropr: Sep-Oct 1994(23:5): 24-25 4989 PATIENT BONDING: CARING AND EDUCATION
  • Helzer P
Todays Chiropr: Sep-Oct 1994(23:5): 40+ 4995 HOW TO USE BROCHURES TO DEVELOP YOUR PRACTICE
  • Lange WJ
Todays Chiropr: Sep-Oct 1994(23:5): 44+ 4996 WHAT SHOULD YOU BELIEVE - CONSUMER REPORTS OR YOUR OWN EXPERIENCE?
  • Goldsmith B
Todays Chiropr: Sep-Oct 1994(23:5): 46-48 4997 WHEN PATIENT EDUCATION DOESN'T WORK
  • Esteb WD
Todays Chiropr: Sep-Oct 1994(23:5): 49+ 4998 USING PUBLISHERS' REPRINTS TO ATTRACT AND EDUCATE PATIENTS
  • Humphreys K
Todays Chiropr: Sep-Oct 1994(23:5): 56+ 5000 TWENTY FIRST CENTURY CHIROPRACTIC: EDUCATING PATIENTS THROUGH GRAPHICS
  • Jenning T
Todays Chiropr: Nov-Dec 1994(23:6): 88 4857 CHIROPRACTIC - BRINGING OUT THE BEST IN YOU BY TEDD KOREN
Todays Chiropr: May-Jun 1994(23:3): 34-36 5305 EVALUATING THE PEDIATRIC PATIENT (THE FIRST VISIT)
  • Cohen E
Todays Chiropr: Jan-Feb 1994(23:1): 40+ 5574 THE "MAGICAL SCREEN" - A 3-D APPROACH TO PATIENT EDUCATION
  • Feintuch E
J Chiropr Educ: Dec 1994(8:3): 119-123 4748 HEALTH CARE PROVIDER-PATIENT: AN EDUCATIONAL PARTNERSHIP
  • Kahan M
J Chiropr: Jun 1994(31:6): 5-8 5173 TIME TO POSITION OURSELVES; TIME TO EDUCATE PATIENTS
  • Monokian RE
ICA Rev: Nov-Dec 1994(50:6): 24-27 4808 PATIENT PHYSICS
  • Esteb W
Dig Chiropr Econ: May-Jun 1994(36:6): 28 5250 IDEAS THAT MAY AID HOME CARE RECOVERY FROM ACUTE LOW BACK PAIN
  • McKibbin M
Todays Chiropr: May-Jun 1993(22:1): 56 6166 WHY SHOULD I GO TO THE CHIROPRACTOR BY JASON A. DEITCH
J Chiropr: Jun 1993(30:6á): 55 6060 DOES YOUR TOWN HAVE A "PROTECT YOU BACK" PROGRAM?
  • Downing CF
Dig Chiropr Econ: Nov-Dec 1993(36:3): 33-34 5715 BEHAVIORAL CHIROPRACTIC: A THOUGHT IN PROCESS
  • Chiacchi MS
Dig Chiropr Econ: Jul-Aug 1993(36:1): 49+ 5958 THE CASE OF PRESENTATION: WHY, WHEN AND HOW
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Todays Chiropr: May-Jun 1992(21:3): 72-74 7181 FIELD DOCTORS REPORT
  • Christian R
Todays Chiropr: Jan-Feb 1992(21:1): 16+ 7471 RESTART THE FIRE
  • Koren T
Todays Chiropr: Jan-Feb 1992(21:1): 86-88 7487 EDUCATING THE NEXT GENERATION
  • Anrig C
Dig Chiropr Econ: Nov-Dec 1992(35:3): 32-33 6571 THE BIRTH OF THE LEGACY AND TRI-PHASIC HEALTH CARE
  • Huddleston G
Am Chiropr: May 1992(14:5): 24-27 7093 VIDEOS INCREASE NEW PATIENTS
  • Esteb WD
Todays Chiropr: Sep-Oct 1991(20:5): 87 7847 HOW TO PUT "P.E.P." INTO YOUR PRACTICE
  • Petty E
Todays Chiropr: Sep-Oct 1991(20:5): 90 7848 ENHANCED DOCTOR-PATIENT RAPPORT
  • Goldsmith G
J Chiropr: May 1991(28:5): 81-82 8116 MASCOT FOR CHIROPRACTIC: CHIROBEAR TEACHES CHILDREN HEALTH AND SAFETY
  • Sudekum AM
ICA Rev: Sep-Oct 1991(47:5): 40-41 7796 WAYS TO EDUCATE THE PUBLIC ABOUT CHIROPRACTIC
J Manipulative Physiol Ther: Jun 1990(13:5): 267-272 9056 OCCUPATIONAL REPETITIVE MOTION INJURY: CLINICAL OVERVIEW AND CHIROPRACTIC IMPLICATION
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J Chiropr: Sep 1990(27:9) 8767 DIET AND NUTRITION: WHAT YOUR PATIENTS SHOULD KNOW: THE FOOD WE EAT AND WHERE IT COMES FROM
J Chiropr: Sep 1990(27:9): 26 8771 DIET AND NUTRITION: WHAT YOUR PATIENTS SHOULD KNOW
J Chiropr: Nov 1990(27:11): 5+ 8590 THE BASIS FOR A SUCCESSFUL PRACTICE IS "PR", PATIENT RELATIONS
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J Chiropr: Jun 1990(27:6): 30-32 9030 YOU CAN PUT CHIROPRACTIC INTO SCHOOLS: DR. LOUIS SPORTELLI TESTS ACA'S "YOUR FRIEND BEN" PROGRAM AND IT WORKS...BEAUTIFULLY!
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  • Gross D
Dig Chiropr Econ: Jan-Feb 1990(32:4): 110 9407 WHY PATIENT NEWSLETTERS?
  • Sipes AP
Todays Chiropr: Sep-Oct 1989(18:4): 70-72+ 9897 PROGRAM FOR NEW PATIENT ACQUISITION
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  • Mathis PR
Todays Chiropr: Sep-Oct 1989(18:4): 74-75+ 9898 THE NEWSLETTER - A TOOL FOR DEVELOPING LOYAL PATIENTS
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Todays Chiropr: Sep-Oct 1989(18:4): 84-85 9901 PROMOTING YOUR PRACTICE THROUGHOUT THE YEAR
  • Hoffman SA
J Chiropr: Sep 1989(26:9): 68+ 9874 COMMUNICATION IS IMPORTANT PART OF ROAD TO SUCCESS
  • Morgan B
Chiropr: Dec 1989(2:4): 103 9516 COMMON HEAD, NECK AND BACK INJURIES: A NON-PHYSICIAN READER FOR EVALUATING DAMAGE BY JACOB GREEN
Todays Chiropr: Sep-Oct 1988(17:4): 51-54 11154 A NEW DIMENSION IN PATIENT CARE
  • Quarles SM
J Chiropr: Aug 1988(25:8): 52+ 11198 CHIROPRACTIC PROGRAM REACHES TEXAS STUDENTS
  • Walsh F
J Aust Chiropr Assoc: Sep 1988(18:3): 113 11112 CHIROPRACTIC FOR EVERYONE BY A. COURTENAY
  • Ebrall PS
Dig Chiropr Econ: Jan-Feb 1988(30:4): 60-61 11794 COMMUNICATING THE FACTS: AN INTERVIEW WITH DR. CHESTER WILK
Chiropr Aust: Mar 1988(8:1): 9-11 11587 MAKING THE RIGHT DECISIONS
  • Anderson M
Am Chiropr: Dec 1988(:): 71-72 10778 CHIROPRACTIC: A REFERENCEF SOURCE OF MODERN CONCEPTS; NEW EVIDENCE BY DAVID CHAPMAN-SMITH
  • Sherman RP
Am Chiropr: Apr 1988(:): 48 11515 IF ONLY WE WOULD TAKE THE TIME
  • Miller DE
Am Chiropr: Apr 1988(:): 77-78 11521 BACK TALK: A LAYMAN'S GUIDE TO AN IMPORTANT TREATMENT BY J. ROBERT DUBOIS
  • Antwaler RG
Todays Chiropr: Sep-Oct 1987(16:4): 73-76 12221 EDUCATING PATIENTS WITH NEWSLETTERS
  • Croft JS
Dig Chiropr Econ: Mar-Apr 1987(29:5): 73 12622 THE DOCTOR'S DUTY
  • Von Bergen EA
Am Chiropr: Nov 1987(:): 70 11977 ARE YOU THE DOCTOR, DOCTOR?
  • Barge FH
Am Chiropr: Mar 1987(:): 76 12596 THE BODY/MIND CONNECTION: CHANGING CONCEPTS
  • Harrison E
Am Chiropr: Jul 1987(:): 58 12282 THE BODY/MIND CONNECTION: AUTOSUGGESTION
Am Chiropr: Apr 1987(:): 79+ 12557 ARE YOU THE DOCTOR, DOCTOR?
  • Barge FH
Todays Chiropr: Mar-Apr 1986(15:3): 10-12 13504 CHIROPRACTIC IN INDUSTRY: A GUIDE TO AN EFFECTIVE BACK SCHOOL
  • Miller S
Todays Chiropr: Jul-Aug 1986(15:4): 47+ 13208 RAISING THE CHIROPRACTIC I.Q.
  • Moore PR
J Manipulative Physiol Ther: Sep 1986(9:3): 209-12 13071 BACK SCHOOL AND CHIROPRACTIC PRACTICE
  • Dutro CL
  • Wheeler L
J Chiropr: Sep 1986(23:9): 14+ 13048 THE TEACHER'S VIEW AND POSTERS, TOO
  • Kenny B
J Chiropr: Sep 1986(23:9): 24-25 13052 HEALTH EDUCATION IN THE CLASSROOM
  • Smith BJ
J Chiropr: Sep 1986(23:9): 27-33 13053 I DIDN'T KNOW THAT WHEN YOU WERE BORN YOUR TAILBONE WAS IN THREE PIECES
  • Dykema NH
J Chiropr: Sep 1986(23:9): 34-35 13054 WAKE UP CHIROPRACTIC! WHAT ARE YOU DOING ABOUT THE CHILDREN?
  • Trella P
J Chiropr: Sep 1986(23:9): 36+ 13055 INFLUENCE THE CHILD - ACA EDUCATIONAL MATERIALS
J Chiropr: Aug 1986(23:8): 51-53 13131 BACK PAIN GOES TO SCHOOL
  • Miller S
Eur J Chiropr: Sep 1986(34:3): 155-56 13015 CHIROPRACTIC AND YOUR SPINE, AN ANCIENT ART AND A NEW SCIENCE (IN FRENCH) BY PIERRE-LOUIS GAUCHER-PESLEHERBE AND SYLVAIN PARNY
  • Meal G
Dig Chiropr Econ: Jul-Aug 1986(29:1): 25-26+ 13156 TELE-A-VISION
  • Lalla J
J Manipulative Physiol Ther: Dec 1985(8:4): 245-249 13707 THE CHIROPRACTIC DOCTOR
  • Jamison JR
Dig Chiropr Econ: Nov-Dec 1985(28:2): 70-73 13750 NO MORE SLEEPLESS NIGHTS!
  • Furshpan B
Dig Chiropr Econ: May-Jun 1985(27:6): 14-6 14162 INTEGRATING SELF-HELP INTO YOUR PRACTICE
  • Ridley CL
J Chiropr: Dec 1984(21:12): 21-23 23705 Thoughts on image and basic patient relations from developing a chiropractic practice
  • Schafer RC
J Chiropr: Dec 1984(21:12): 26-28,30-32 23707 You -- through your patients' eyes
J Chiropr: Nov 1984(21:11): 36-38 23697 Communication and the chiropractic profession, Part III
  • Allen J
  • Richmond VP
  • McCroskey JC
J Chiropr: Oct 1984(21:10): 46,48-50 23687 Communication and the chiropractic profession, Part II
  • Allen J
  • Richmond VP
  • McCroskey JC
J Chiropr: Sep 1984(21:9): 25-30 23660 Communication and the chiropractic profession, Part I
  • Allen J
  • Richmond VP
  • McCroskey JC
J Chiropr: May 1984(21:5): 56-57,60 23581 The low back school: Its potential for the treatment of industrial low back pain syndrome
  • Will TE
J Chiropr: Jan 1984(21:1): 48,50 23502 Observations of the First National Conference on Back Pain
  • Wiehe RJ
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