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Journal ID Article Title Author(s)
Chiropr & Manual Ther: 2017(25:7): Online access only 15 p 24725 A treatise for a new philosophy of chiropractic medicine
  • Mirtz TA
Chiropr Dialog: 2016(2016:1): Online access only p 39-47 24751 Chiropractic’s continued legacy of racism and its affect on minority population utilization
  • Vernon L
Chiropr Dialog: 2016(2016:1): Online access only p 11-38 24752 Maintaining the identity of chiropractic as a drug-free health care profession
  • Rademacher WJ
  • Troyanovich SJ
J Chiropr Humanit: Dec 2016(23:1): Online access only p 29-34 24671 Chiropractic identity in the United States: Wisdom, courage, and strength
  • Good CJ
J Chiropr Humanit: Dec 2016(23:1): Online access only p 35-45 24672 Chiropractic identity: A neurological, professional, and political assessment
  • Rosner AL
J Chiropr Humanit: Dec 2016(23:1): Online access only p 61-67 24675 Professional identity at Los Angeles College of Chiropractic
  • Kimura MN
  • Russell R
  • Scaringe J
J Chiropr Humanit: Dec 2016(23:1): Online access only p 68-76 24676 Toxins, toxicity, and endotoxemia: A historical and clinical perspective for chiropractors
  • Seaman DR
Chiropr J Aust: Jan 2016(44:1): Online access only p 33-42 24356 An alternate exploration of the religiosity of chiropractic: A counterpoint
  • Ebrall PS
Ann Vert Sublux Res: Fall 2015(2015:4): Online access only p 184-212 24790 12th International Research and Philosophy Symposium (IRAPS), Sherman College of Chiropractic, Spartanburg, SC, October 10-11, 2015
  • Multiple Authors
Ann Vert Sublux Res: Spring 2015(2015:2): Online access only p 48-98 24778 11th International Research and Philosophy Symposium (IRAPS), Sherman College of Chiropractic, Spartanburg, SC, October 16-19, 2014
  • Multiple Authors
Chiropr Dialog: 2015(2015:1): Online access only p 9-20 24470 Chiropractic and systems science
  • Senzon S
Chiropr Dialog: 2015(2015:1): Online access only p 1-8 24471 The straight – Mixer quandary - Will chiropractic survive? Can it thrive?
  • Peck J
J Chiropr Humanit: Dec 2015(22:1): Online access only p 30-46 24309 The McAndrews Leadership Lecture: February 2015, by Dr Scott Haldeman [and others]. Challenges of the past, challenges of the present [addresses]
  • Haldeman S
  • McAndrews GP
  • Goertz C
  • Sportelli L
  • Hamm AW
  • Johnson C
J Chiropr Humanit: Dec 2015(22:1): Online access only p 47-52 24310 The John A. Sweaney Lecture: Athens, Greece, May 2015, Given by Dr Vivian H.E. Kil. To inspire the chiropractic profession to dream more, learn more, do more, and become more [addresses]
  • Kil VHE
Chiropr & Manual Ther: 2015(23:4): Online access only 8 p 23946 Chiropractic identity, role and future: A survey of North American chiropractic students
  • Gliedt JA
  • Hawk C
  • Anderson M
  • Kashif A
  • Bunn D
  • Cambron J
  • Gleberzon B
  • Hart J
  • Kizhakkeveettil A
  • Perle SM
  • Ramcharan M
  • Sullivan S
  • Zhang L
J Chiropr Humanit: Dec 2014(21:1): Online access only p 1-24 24300 Evaluation of publicly available documents to trace chiropractic technique systems that advocate radiography for subluxation analysis: A proposed genealogy [review]
  • Young KJ
Chiropr & Manual Ther: 2014(22:36): Open access only 34 p 23734 Gimme that old time religion: The influence of the healthcare belief system of chiropractic’s early leaders on the development of x-ray imaging in the profession
  • Young KJ
J Chiropr Humanit: Dec 2013(20:1): 43-48 23410 The John A. Sweaney Lecture: Durbin, South Africa, April 2013, given by Dr Louis Sportelli. The 100 year test: Can that tell us something?
  • Sportelli L
Chiropr Hist: Summer 2013(33:1): 66-81 22983 History or science: The controversy over chiropractic spinography
  • Coleman RR
  • Wolf KH
  • Lopes MA
  • Coleman JM
J Can Chiropr Assoc: Sep 2013(57:3): 205-213 22962 On vaccination & chiropractic: When ideology, history, perception, politics and jurisprudence collide
  • Gleberzon B
  • Lameris M
  • Schmidt C
  • Ogrady J
Chiropr J Aust: Mar 2013(43:1): 1 22845 The way it used to be isn't the way it was [editorial]
  • Ebrall P
Chiropr J Aust: Mar 2013(43:1): 2-13 22846 Commentary: A basis for the theory of a central chiropractic principle: The vertebral subluxation
  • Rome PL
J Can Chiropr Assoc: Jun 2013(57:2): Online access only p 106-110 22843 Perspective - Climate change: Global challenges for the chiropractic profession
  • Brown R
J Chiropr Humanit: Dec 2012(19:1): Online access only p 36-39 22728 The knowledge of our knowledge [classical article]
  • McAndrews JF
J Chiropr Humanit: Dec 2012(19:1): Online access only p 40-43 22729 In response to “The Knowledge of Our Knowledge”: 2 decades and not much has changed
  • Sportelli L
J Chiropr Humanit: Dec 2012(19:1): Online access only p 44-47 22730 In response to “The Knowledge of Our Knowledge”: A reflection on McAndrews’ view of epistemology
  • Winterstein J
Chiropr Dialog: Fal 2012(2012:3): Online access only p 55-111 23225 9th Annual International Research and Philosophy Symposium, Sherman College of Chiropractic, Spartanburg, South Carolina, October 20-21, 2012
  • Multiple Authors
Chiropr J Aust: Jun 2012(42:2): 43-50 22422 [Mary Anne Chance Memorial Paper] Holism in health care: A powerful notion or an elusive endeavour?
  • Jolliot C
Chiropr J Aust: Jun 2012(42:2): 72-73 22426 Commentary: Quo vadis?
  • Bolton SP
Chiropr Hist: Summer 2012(32:1): 21-29 22450 A history of rehabilitation and exercise in the chiropractic profession
  • Young LJ
Chiropr Hist: Summer 2012(32:1): 59-72 22461 Chiropractic and Type O (organic) disorders: Historical development and current thought
  • Troyanovich SJ
  • Troyanovich J
JACA Online: Jan-Feb 2012(49:1): Online access only p 2-7 22288 Critical thinking for chiropractic: Bridging the gap
  • Kline CM
  • Phillips R
  • Maiers M
  • Roecker C
Chiropr J Aust: Mar 2012(42:1): 1 22281 Just another Saturday afternoon [editorial]
  • Ebrall P
Chiropr J Aust: Mar 2012(42:1): 8-14 22283 One foot on the brake, the other on the accelerator: Steering the chiropractic model
  • Moore C
Chiropr & Manual Ther: 2012(20:1): Online access only 18 p 22173 The five eras of chiropractic & the future of chiropractic as seen through the eyes of a participant observer
  • Simpson JK
Nutr Perspect: Oct 2011(34:4): 26 23795 "Even if" [patient education handout]
  • Moon GR
  • Moon RL
  • Eisel TM
Ann Vert Sublux Res: Fall 2011(2011:4): Online access only p 189-238 22314 8th Annual International Research and Philosophy Symposium, Sherman College of Chiropractic, Spartanburg, South Carolina, October 22-23, 2011
  • Multiple Authors
J Chiropr Humanit: Dec 2011(18:1): 1-9 22305 Use of the term subluxation in publications during the formative years of the chiropractic profession [editorial]
  • Johnson C
J Chiropr Humanit: Dec 2011(18:1): 10-23 22306 Constructing a philosophy of chiropractic: Evolving worldviews and premodern roots
  • Senzon SA
J Chiropr Humanit: Dec 2011(18:1): 24-38 22307 Constructing a philosophy of chiropractic: Evolving worldviews and modern foundation
  • Senzon SA
J Chiropr Humanit: Dec 2011(18:1): 39-63 22308 Constructing a philosophy of chiropractic: Evolving worldviews and postmodern core
  • Senzon SA
Top Integr Health Care: 2011(2:4): Online access only 8 p 22175 Commentary. Finding a common ground in chiropractic: The key to progression
  • Gliedt J
Chiropr J Aust: Dec 2011(41:4): 155 22171 Re: Chiropractic Journal of Australia, September 2011 issue [letter]
  • McDowall D
Chiropr J Aust: Sep 2011(41:3): 110-112 22028 Commentary: Subluxation, what’s in a name?
  • Ebrall P
Chiropr J Aust: Sep 2011(41:3): 114-115 22030 Sinnott’s Textbook of Chiropractic Philosophy, Vol. 1 [by] Rob Sinnott [book review]
  • Ebrall P
  • Richards D
Chiropr Dialog: Winter 2011(2011:1): Online access only p 15-16 21908 Research, scholarship & the future of the chiropractic profession [editorial]
  • McCoy M
J Upper Cervical Chiropr Res: Winter 2011(1:1): Online access only p 1-2 21850 Research, scholarship & the future of the chiropractic profession [editorial]
  • McCoy M
J Upper Cervical Chiropr Res: Winter 2011(1:1): Online access only, p. 2 22150 Research, scholarship & the future of the chiropractic profession [editorial]
  • McCoy M
Chiropr J Aust: Jun 2011(41:2): 41-42 21822 A frog chorus [editorial]
  • Ebrall P
JACA Online: Mar 2011(48:2): Online access only p 14-15 21733 Epistemology, pragmatism, and the role of metaphysics
  • Legueux M
Ann Vert Sublux Res: 2010(Nov:): Online access only 39 p 22388 Abstracts of invited papers presented at the 2010 International Research and Philosophy Symposium [sponsored by Sherman College of Chiropractic, October 9 - 10, 2010, Spartanburg, South Carolina]
  • Multiple Authors
Chiropr J Aust: Dec 2010(40:4): 133 21595 Darega sore o sitteirunoka? Siapa yang tahu? Nuga al-a? Who knows what? [editorial]
  • Ebrall P
Chiropr J Aust: Dec 2010(40:4): 142 21599 The Quo Vadis Forum 2010: An examination of philosophy at the Macquarie University Department of Chiropractic
  • Richards D
Chiropr J Aust: Dec 2010(40:4): 148-150 21602 Can chiropractic philosophy change community perception?
  • Floreani S
Chiropr J Aust: Dec 2010(40:4): 151-153 21603 Using chiropractic philosophy to deliver relevant research: The example of the Australian Spinal Research Foundation grant funding process
  • Harvey M
Chiropr J Aust: Dec 2010(40:4): 154-158 21604 Philosophy of chiropractic at the Sydney College of Chiropractic: 1975-2000
  • Kelly JL
Chiropr J Aust: Dec 2010(40:4): 159-163 21605 The ‘isms’ wars: Reflections on philosophical models in health care and chiropractic
  • Richards D
Chiropr J Aust: Dec 2010(40:4): 164-169 21606 The teaching and learning of the RMIT brand of chiropractic philosophy
  • Ebrall P
Chiropr Hist: Summer 2010(30:1): 9-19 21539 Chiropractors and the containment of the polio vaccine: An historical inquiry into the controversial cure
  • Spraker J
Clin Chiropr: Dec 2010(13:4): 243 21549 Matters of life and death [editorial]
  • Young M
J Chiropr Humanit: Dec 2010(17:1): Online access only 5p 21533 Reflecting on 115 years: The chiropractic profession's philosophical path [editorial]
  • Johnson C
J Chiropr Humanit: Dec 2010(17:1): Online access only 16p 21534 Constructing a philosophy of chiropractic I: An Integral map of the territory
  • Senzon SA
J Chiropr Humanit: Dec 2010(17:1): Online access only 7p 21536 The great subluxation debate: A centrist's perspective
  • Good CJ
Chiropr J Aust: Sep 2010(40:3): 120 21426 “Subluxation,” “Chiropractic Subluxation,” “Volkman’s Subluxation” and “Palmer’s Subluxation.” A commentary on style and usage
  • Bolton SP
Clin Chiropr: Sep 2010(13:3): 197-198 21408 Humpty Dumpty chiropractic [editorial]
  • Young M
J Can Chiropr Assoc: Jun 2010(54:2): 76-80 21105 Commentary. Belief systems as the foundation for our professional evolution
  • Dunn G
  • Pooley D
Chiropr J Aust: Mar 2010(40:1): 1 21070 Lessons from a dog [editorial]
  • Ebrall P
J Chiropr Humanit: Dec 2009(16:1): Online access only p. 1-4 21084 A brief review of the evolution of the Journal of Chiropractic Humanities: A journey beginning in 1991 [editorial]
  • Johnson C
Chiropr Hist: Summer 2009(29:1): 55-65 20951 Reflections on healing, orthodoxy, and a new direction for chiropractic history
  • Moore JS
Chiropr J Aust: Dec 2009(39:4): 125 20913 The power of listening [editorial]
  • Ebrall P
Chiropr J Aust: Dec 2009(39:4): 171-172 20918 Commentary: Subluxation: The cause or simply a symptom?
  • Jensen AM
Chiropr J Aust: Sep 2009(39:3): 85 20780 Dreams And theories become realities [editorial]
  • Ebrall P
Chiropr J Aust: Sep 2009(39:3): 124 20788 The crossroad was really a fork [letter]
  • Bolton S
  • Ebrall P
Chiropr J Aust: Jun 2009(39:2): 45 20626 The crossroad was really a fork [editorial]
  • Ebrall P
ICA Rev: Spring 2009(65:1): 13-14 20543 President's message: How will we be judged? [editorial]
  • Maltby JK
Chiropr J Aust: Mar 2009(39:1): 1 20536 What do you see when you look at the sky? [editorial]
  • Ebrall P
Chiropr Hist: Winter 2008(28:2): 81-91 20746 A profession seeking clinical competency: The role of the Gonstead chiropractic technique
  • Amman MJ
JACA Online: Dec 2008(45:9): Online access only p 27-28 20361 Vaccination is both beyond and consistent with chiropractic philosophy!
  • Cooperstein R
J Chiropr Humanit: 2008(15:): 27-54 20336 Chiropractic and energy medicine: A shared history
  • Senzon SA
ICA Rev: Summer/Fall 2008(64:2): 27-29 20297 Viewpoint. The fable of the frogs
  • Fogarty K
ICA Rev: Summer/Fall 2008(64:2): 51-54 20301 Chiropractic dyslexia
  • McCall R
Chiropr J Aust: Jun 2008(38:2): 42-44 20162 Development of the 2006-2009 CAA Strategic Plan
  • Richards DM
Chiropr J Aust: Mar 2008(38:1): 1 20099 Guest editorial. What are you doing with what you know? [editorial]
  • Ebrall P
Chiropr J Aust: Mar 2008(38:1): 2-5 20100 Agents of Change: the CAA Consensus Processes
  • Richards D
Chiropr J Aust: Mar 2008(38:1): 30-31 20105 Right courses: Competency and capability [letter; comment]
  • Nichols DE
  • Ebrall P
J Chiropr Humanit: 2007(14:): Online access only 21 p 19914 The mechanistic/vitalistic dualism of chiropractic and general systems theory: Daniel D. Palmer and Ludwig von Bertalanffy
  • Callender AK
J Chiropr Humanit: 2007(14:): Online access only p. 41-45 19918 Philosophy of chiropractic: Its origin and its future [presented at the World Federation of Chiropractic 9th Biennial Congress, Vilamoura, Portugal, 2007]
  • Clum G
ICA Rev: Jun 2007(63:2): 24 19890 The true pulse of life
  • Cafferty J
ICA Rev: Jun 2007(63:2): 53-59 19897 Chiropractic philosophy at the crossroads: Is it time for an update?
  • Vahl RJ
ICA Rev: Jan 2007(63:1): 11,13 19880 Presidents message: Understanding the battle
  • Maltby JK
ICA Rev: Jan 2007(63:1): 11,13 19851 President's message: Understanding the battle
  • Maltby JK
ICA Rev: Jan 2007(63:1): 57-63 19885 Cognitive science and innate intelligence
  • Smith M
ICA Rev: Nov 2007(63:3): 61-68 19843 Innate intelligence by any other name ... A look into innate intelligence, quantum mechanics, empirical science, and paradigms
  • Wenzel R
Chiropr J Aust: Jun 2007(37:2): 57-60 19777 Commentary. Are we teaching the right courses?
  • Ebrall P
Chiropr Hist: Summer 2007(27:1): 99-105 19637 The importance of history and philosophy to the future of chiropractic
  • Linscott G
J Can Chiropr Assoc: Jun 2007(51:2): 75-77 19643 Commentary. Diversity versus unity: does making things count mean making everything count?
  • Coulter ID
J Manipulative Physiol Ther: Mar-Apr 2007(30:3): 206-214 19498 Developmental issues in chiropractic: A South African practitioner and patient perspective
  • Myburgh C
  • Mouton J
Clin Chiropr: Mar 2007(10:1): 4-7 19473 [Time to bite the bullet] Clin Chiro 9(2) p. 55 – 56 [letter; comment]
  • Young M
  • Smith P
J Chiropr Humanit: 2006(13:): Online access only p 12-20 19401 A treatise on fundamental principles of the philosophy of chiropractic and related topics in the life sciences
  • Clusserath MT
Chiropr J Aust: Sep 2006(36:3): 97-104 19296 Vital force: An everlasting notion for the original stance of chiropractic
  • Jolliot C
DC Tracts: Fall 2006(18:3): 1 19230 Letter from the editor-in-chief [editorial]
  • Lucido VP
Chiropr J Aust: Jun 2006(36:2): 45 19065 Science, philosophy and the gentle art of letting go [editorial]
  • Chance MA
  • Peters RE
Chiropr J Aust: Jun 2006(36:2): 76-79 19072 Commentary: What identity for chiropractic?
  • Sportelli L
DC Tracts: Summer 2006(18:2): 1 19023 Letter from the editor-in-chief [editorial]
  • Lucido VP
DC Tracts: Spring 2006(18:1): 1 19019 Letter from the editor-in-chief [editorial]
  • Lucido VP
ICA Rev: Spring 2006(62:1): 13 18990 President's message : the legacy
  • Maltby JK
ICA Rev: Spring 2006(62:1): 21-27 18991 ICA's postgraduate councils continue to expand with excellent programs and exciting conferences
ICA Rev: Spring 2006(62:1): 43-49 18992 A journey of 50+ years
  • Gallagher WB
ICA Rev: Spring 2006(62:1): 51-53 18993 D.D. Palmer : a man with vision and a philosophy
  • Vahl RJ
ICA Rev: Spring 2006(62:1): 61-67 18996 The cervical spine in pregnancy : a chiropractic perspective
  • Vallone S
Clin Chiropr: Jun 2006(9:2): 55-56 18955 Time to bite the bullet [editorial]
  • Young M
J Can Chiropr Assoc: Mar 2006(50:1): 90-92 18953 Is chiropractic a CAM therapy or is it a separate profession? JCCA 2005; 49(3): 133-6. [letter; comment]
  • Morgan L
  • Lutzer K
  • Willox B
J Manipulative Physiol Ther: May 2006(29:4): 253-254 18943 Modernized chiropractic reconsidered: beyond foot-on-hose and bones-out-of-place [editorial]
  • Johnson C
Chiropr J Aust: Mar 2006(36:1): 40-41 18770 Is subluxation our worst enemy? Chiro J Aust 2005;35(4):121. [letter]
  • Rosner AL
Chiropr J Aust: Mar 2006(36:1): 41-42 18771 Is subluxation our worst enemy? Chiro J Aust 2005;35(4):121 [letter; comment]
  • Gatterman I
  • Henderson CNR
Chiropr J Aust: Dec 2005(35:4): 121 18745 Is subluxation our worst enemy? [editorial]
  • Chance MA
  • Peters RE
J Can Chiropr Assoc: Dec 2005(49:4): 252-253 18673 Commentary: Divided we stand
  • Leprich D
J Can Chiropr Assoc: Dec 2005(49:4): 248-251 18680 Commentary: Chiropractic: A Specialty with Limitations?
J Chiropr Humanit: 2005(12:): Online access only p 8-15 18611 A proposal regarding the identity of chiropractic: embrace the centrality of the spine
  • Briggance BB
J Chiropr Humanit: 2005(12:): Online access only p 16-32 18612 Rigor in the philosophy of chiropractic: beyond the dismissivism/authoritarian polemic
  • McAulay BJ
J Chiropr Humanit: 2005(12:): Online access only p 38-44 18614 A model for learning to understand and communicate the philosophy of chiropractic: Using the 7 habits of highly effective people
  • Gross TA
  • Butler C
J Chiropr Humanit: 2005(12:): Online access only p 1 18646 A balance between navel-gazing and considering the rest of the world [editorial]
  • Johnson C
Chiropr J Aust: Sep 2005(35:3): 85 18598 Editorial: E Pluribus Unum
  • Chance MA
  • Peters RE
Todays Chiropr: Jul-Aug 2005(34:4): 32,34,36,38 18456 CHIROPRACTIC WORLDVIEWS: SHAPING THE FUTURE OF CHIROPRACTIC RESEARCH & PRACTICE
  • McCoy M
Todays Chiropr: Jul-Aug 2005(34:4): 80,79 18465 CREATING A NEW CULTURE
  • Riekeman GF
J Can Chiropr Assoc: Sep 2005(49:3): 146-149 18445 Commentary: Another chiropractic dinosaur
  • Ford PA
J Can Chiropr Assoc: Sep 2005(49:3): 133-136 18450 Is chiropractic a CAM therapy or is it a separate profession?
  • Morgan L
ICA Rev: Spring 2005(61:1): 15 18419 President's message: Are you sharing the chiropractic story? [editorial]
  • Mertz CJ
ICA Rev: Spring 2005(61:1): 37-39 18421 Sublata causa tollitur effectus (the effect will leave when the cause is removed)
  • Sinnott R
ICA Rev: Spring 2005(61:1): 40-46 18422 Where do we go from here: Chiropractic and the biopsychosocial model
  • Lovejoy JA
ICA Rev: Spring 2005(61:1): 47-52 18423 Chiropractic research: Is it a philosophical conundrum?
  • Gonzalez DN
ICA Rev: Spring 2005(61:1): 53-59 18424 The philosophy of pattern analysis, quantum physics, health, and disease
  • Lyons D
ICA Rev: Spring 2005(61:1): 61-63 18425 Future curse or chiropractic blessing
  • Passalacqua C
J Can Chiropr Assoc: Jun 2005(49:2): 69-73 18225 Can chiropractic survive its chimerical nature?
  • Cooperstein R
  • Perle SM
  • Gleberzon BJ
Todays Chiropr: Mar-Apr 2005(34:2): 20-21 18115 GUEST ESSAY: CHIROPRACTIC ADJUSTMENT OR SPINAL MANIPULATION? IT'S NOT JUST SEMANTICS
  • Gregg J
Todays Chiropr: Mar-Apr 2005(34:2): 80, 79 18127 VISION FOR LIFE: LIFE SOURCE, IT'S IN THE TITLE
  • Riekeman G
Chiropr & Osteopat: 2005(13:1): Online access only 56 p 18129 Chiropractic as spine care: A model for the profession
  • Bronfort G
  • Hegetschweiler K
  • Labrot TM
  • Lawrence D
  • Nelson CF
  • Perle SM
  • Triano JJ
  • Metz D
Chiropr & Osteopat: 2005(13:1): Online access only 29 p 18241 Subluxation: Dogma or science?
  • Charlton KH
  • Grod JP
  • Keating JC Jr
  • Perle SM
  • Winterstein JF
  • Sikorski D
Chiropr & Osteopat: 2005(13:1): Online access only 3 p 18683 A Chiropracticness test
  • Charlton KH
Todays Chiropr: Jan-Feb 2005(34:1): 80+ 17686 A VISION FOR TOMORROW
  • Riekeman G
DC Tracts: Winter 2004(16:4): 1 19059 Letter from the editor-in-chief
  • Lucido VP
DC Tracts: Fall 2004(16:3): 1 19054 Letter from the editor-in-chief
  • Lucido VP
Todays Chiropr: Nov-Dec 2004(33:6): 58-59 17693 HONORING YOUR PATIENTS THROUGH LIFE'S RULES
  • Esteb W
Todays Chiropr: Nov-Dec 2004(33:6): 20, 22 17687 ARE WE TRYING TOO HARD
  • Willis DD
Todays Chiropr: Sep-Oct 2004(33:5): 14, 16 17667 HEALING BY INTENTION
  • Clum G
Todays Chiropr: Sep-Oct 2004(33:5): 34+ 17672 MASTER YOUR PRACTICE
  • Perman D
Todays Chiropr: Sep-Oct 2004(33:5): 80+ 17677 I WANT TO BE THERE WHEN
  • Riekeman G
J Chiropr Humanit: 2004(11:): Online access only p. 2-10 17512 The battle for innate: A perspective on fundamentalism in chiropractic
J Chiropr Humanit: 2004(11:): Online access only p. 24-28 17514 Advancing the philosophy of chiropractic: Advocating virtue
  • Kinsinger S
Todays Chiropr: Jul-Aug 2004(33:4): 80 17453 LP3
  • Riekeman G
Todays Chiropr: May-Jun 2004(33:3): 20-21 17234 GUEST ESSAY: ARE YOU GOING SOFT?
  • Morgan TO
Todays Chiropr: May-Jun 2004(33:3): 80 17244 FATE FOR THE FUTURE
  • Riekeman G
Australas Chiropr & Osteopat: Nov 2004(12:2): 57-71 17442 A clinical model for the diagnosis and management of patients with cervical spine syndromes
  • Murphy DR
Chiropr J Aust: Dec 2004(34:4): 147-160 17063 The best books for 2004: A year of new editions
  • Ebrall P
Chiropr J Aust: Mar 2004(34:1): 31-34 16951 Commentary: The quest for better questions: Progress or sama sama?
  • Ebrall P
Chiropr J Aust: Mar 2004(34:1): 38-39 16954 Best of books for 2003
  • Giles LG
Chiropr J Aust: Mar 2004(34:1): 30-34 16968 Commentary: The quest for better questions: Progress or sama sama?[corrected reprint of Mar 2004 article]
  • Ebrall P
ICA Rev: Spring/Summer 2004(60:1/2): 41-44 16908 CHIROPRACTIC AND THE LIFECYCLE OF A MOVEMENT
  • Riekeman G
  • O'Brien WF
J Am Chiropr Assoc: Feb 2004(41:2): 26-27 16572 Chiropractic philosophy and clinical technique: Critical thinking and technique systems
  • Perle SM
J Vert Sublux Res: 2003(JUN:19): Online access only p. 1-4 19863 What is life?
  • Senzon SA
DC Tracts: Summer 2003(15:2): 1 19050 Letter from the editor-in-chief
  • Lucido VP
DC Tracts: Spring 2003(15:1): 1 19046 Letter from the editor-in-chief
  • Lucido VP
Todays Chiropr: Mar-Apr 2003(32:2): 16 17646 CHIROPRACTIC AT THE CROSSROADS
  • Schmidt MJ
Todays Chiropr: Jan-Feb 2003(32:1): 20-24 17432 EXPLAINING THE SUBLUXATION
  • Slosberg M
Todays Chiropr: Jan-Feb 2003(32:1): 28+ 17433 CREATING TURN-KEY HEALTH CARE
  • Brimhall J
Todays Chiropr: Jul-Aug 2003(32:4): 80,79 17128 Tell the truth: Are you being honest about chiropractic?
  • Willis WN
Chiropr J Aust: Dec 2003(33:4): 138-153 16941 The best books for 2003, with a tribute to Chapman-Smith
  • Ebrall P
Chiropr J Aust: Mar 2003(33:1): 1 16791 Chiropractic identity and clinical diversity [editorial]
  • Chance MA
  • Peters RE
Eur J Chiropr: 2003(47:3): 51-60 16635 PHILOSOPHY AND SCIENCE IN CHIROPRACTIC: ESSENTIAL, INSEPARABLE AND MISUNDERSTOOD
  • Keating JC Jr
ICA Rev: Fall-Winter 2003(59:3/4): 15-16 16305 IN HIGH TIDE, ALL BOATS RISE
  • Mertz CJ
ICA Rev: Fall-Winter 2003(59:3/4): 54-63 16314 DO WE HAVE A CHIROPRACTIC MODEL?
  • Burns JR
ICA Rev: Fall-Winter 2003(59:3/4): 65-71 16315 THE IMPORTANCE OF A PHILOSOPHY BASED PRACTICE - PAST, PRESENT, AND FUTURE
  • Barrett RH
J Am Chiropr Assoc: Sep 2003(40:9): 40-42 16222 Sapere Aude: Dare to know
  • Feise RJ
ICA Rev: Summer 2003(59:2): 55-72 16145 FOLLOWING THE PRINCIPLES OF D.D. PALMER
  • Cox WJ
ICA Rev: Summer 2003(59:2): 47-54 16146 MOMENTUM
  • Russell EG
ICA Rev: Summer 2003(59:2): 41-46 16147 A CHIROPRACTIC PERSPECTIVE: INSIDE OUT
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ICA Rev: Summer 2003(59:2): 35-39 16148 CHIROPRACTIC DEFINED
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ICA Rev: Summer 2003(59:2): 19-20 16150 PRESIDENT'S MESSAGE: A NEW VISION FOR A BETTER TOMORROW
  • Mertz CJ
Ann Vert Sublux Res: Nov 2002(4:4): 111-113 21993 Chiropractic comes of age: A reflection on the thirty-three principles of chiropractic as a foundation for a contemporary philosophy
  • Hughes J
J Vert Sublux Res: November 2002(4:4): 111-113 19648 Chiropractic comes of age: a reflection on the thirty-three principles of chiropractic as a foundation for a contemporary philosophy
  • Hughes J
DC Tracts: Winter 2002(14:4): 1 19135 Letter from the editor-in-chief.
  • Lucido VP
DC Tracts: Fall 2002(14:3): 1 19131 Letter from the editor-in-chief.
  • Lucido VP
DC Tracts: Summer 2002(14:2): 1 19128 Letter from the editor-in-chief.
  • Lucido VP
Todays Chiropr: Jul-Aug 2002(31:4): 4,8-12 17094 Lyceum: Caring with vision and love
  • Williams SE
ICA Rev: Spring 2002(58:2): 45-51 16858 CHIROPRACTIC IS MANIFESTED AS MOTION
  • Russell E
Chiropr J Aust: Dec 2002(32:4): 139-150 16789 The best of books for 2002: A guide to updating your library
  • Ebrall P
Chiropr J Aust: Jun 2002(32:2): 68-69 16768 The best books for 2001 [letter; comment]
  • Ebrall PS
  • Swatland J
Chiropr J Aust: Jun 2002(32:2): 70 16769 The best books for 2001 [letter; comment]
  • Ebrall PS
  • Ierano JJ
Chiropr J Aust: Mar 2002(32:1): 30-31 16759 The best books for 2001 (CJA 2001; 31:139-59) [letter; comment]
  • Bolton SP
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Chiropr J Aust: Mar 2002(32:1): 31 16760 A subluxation is a subluxation is a subluxation [letter]
  • Keating JC Jr
J Can Chiropr Assoc: Sep 2002(46:3): 173-184 15961 Measuring philosophy: A philosophy index
  • Biggs L
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Todays Chiropr: Jan-Feb 2002(31:1): 4-8 16031 DO YOU HEAR THE TRUMPET CALLING? PART 2
  • Williams SE
Todays Chiropr: Jan-Feb 2002(31:1): 24-27 16033 DR. DANIEL REDWOOD: A TRANSLATOR OF IDEAS
  • Southerland R
Todays Chiropr: Jan-Feb 2002(31:1): 56-57 16040 ARE YOU A CHIROPRACTIC SURVIVOR
  • Willis WN
Todays Chiropr: May-Jun 2002(31:3): 4-12 15616 CARING WITH VISION AND LOVE (PART 1).
  • Williams SE
Todays Chiropr: May-Jun 2002(31:3): 6-10 15629 PHILOSPOPHY OF CHIROPRACTIC AND ITS VISION OF THE FAR.
  • Williams SE
J Can Chiropr Assoc: Mar 2002(46:1): 4-10 15739 Commentary: The meanings of innate
  • Keating JC Jr
Todays Chiropr: Mar-Apr 2002(31:2): 4-8 15652 TUNING IN TO YOUR POTENTIAL
  • Williams SE
Todays Chiropr: Mar-Apr 2002(31:2): 4-8 16011 TUNING IN TO YOUR POTENTIAL
  • Williams SE
DC Tracts: Winter 2001(13:4): 1 19154 Letter from the editor-in-chief.
  • Lucido VP
DC Tracts: Fall 2001(13:3): 1 19150 Letter from the editor-in-chief.
  • Lucido VP
DC Tracts: Summer 2001(13:2): 1 19145 Letter from the editor-in-chief.
  • Lucido VP
DC Tracts: Spring 2001(13:1): 1 19139 Letter from the editor-in-chief.
  • Lucido VP
Top Clin Chiropr: Mar 2001(8:1): 1-8 17248 Professional identity: The role of chiropractic theory
  • Mootz RD
ICA Rev: Fall 2001(57:5/6): 23-24 16891 PRESIDENT'S MESSAGE: A GOOD NAME IS MORE DESIRABLE THAN GREAT RICHES
  • Humber DD
ICA Rev: Summer 2001(57:4/5): 21-22 16884 PRESIDENT'S MESSAGE: MOVING AHEAD BY GOING BACK TO WHERE WE STARTED
  • Humber DD
ICA Rev: Summer 2001(57:4/5): 46-50 16886 IS IT YOUR STRATEGY OR YOUR IDENTITY?
  • Markson LT
ICA Rev: May-Jun 2001(57:2/3): 91-93 16880 THE HEALTH AND WELFARE OF THE PATIENT SHALL ALWAYS BE PARAMOUNT [REPRINT OF ARTICLE IN INTERNATIONAL REVIEW OF CHIROPRACTIC, JUNE 1962]
  • Thaxton JQ
ICA Rev: May-Jun 2001(57:2/3): 37-42 16872 CHIROPRACTIC PHILOSOPHY ... OUR NOBLE FOUNDATION
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ICA Rev: May-Jun 2001(57:2/3): 86-90 16879 FACING ISSUES [REPRINT OF ARTICLE IN INTERNATIONAL REVIEW OF CHIROPRACTIC, 1957]
  • Palmer BJ
ICA Rev: May-Jun 2001(57:2/3): 21-23 16868 PRESIDENT'S MESSAGE: THE POWER OF ENDURING PRINCIPLE
  • Hoffman RJ
Chiropr J Aust: Dec 2001(31:4): 121 16630 A subluxation is a subluxation is a subluxation? [editorial]
  • Chance MA
  • Peters RE
Chiropr J Aust: Dec 2001(31:4): 139-159 16633 The best books for 2001: An enthusiasm for innate
  • Ebrall P
Chiropr J Aust: Sep 2001(31:3): 81 16621 We have met the enemy, and they are us [editorial]
  • Chance MA
  • Peters RE
Chiropr J Aust: Sep 2001(31:3): 98-106 16624 Commentary: The nature of the principles of chiropractic
Chiropr J Aust: Sep 2001(31:3): 114-116 16627 A survey of sets of principles of chiropractic [letter; comment]
  • Dulhunty J
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  • Gatterman I
Chiropr J Aust: Jun 2001(31:2): 58-69 16613 A survey of sets of principles of chiropractic
  • Ebrall P
Chiropr J Aust: Jun 2001(31:2): 75-77 16616 Philosophy in chiropractic education; The importance of golbalisation as opposed to americanisation [letter; comment]
  • Ebrall P
  • Gatterman I
Chiropr J Aust: Mar 2001(31:1): 1-7 16606 Philosophy in chiropractic education: The importance of globalisation as opposed to americanisation [editorial]
  • Ebrall P
Chiropr Hist: Winter 2001(21:2): 63-76 16422 A history of the mental impulse: theoretical construct or scientific reality?
  • Senzon SA
Todays Chiropr: Mar-Apr 2001(30:2): 24 16076 WHERE IS CHIROPRACTIC HEADED?
  • Gallagher WB
Todays Chiropr: Mar-Apr 2001(30:2): 32-34 16079 PATRICIA MCLEAN D.C: FINDING A BALANCE
  • Stechshulte P
Todays Chiropr: Jul-Aug 2001(30:4): 29-30 16022 ECHOES OF THE PAST
  • Gallagher WB
Todays Chiropr: May-Jun 2001(30:3): 12-13 15676 MY ADVENTURE IN CHIROPRACTIC.
  • Gallagher WB
Todays Chiropr: Jul-Aug 2001(30:4): 6-10 15641 PHILOSOPHY OF CHIROPRACTIC AND ITS VISION OF THE FAR.
  • Williams SE
Todays Chiropr: Nov-Dec 2001(30:6): 4-8 15594 DO YOU HEAR THE TRUMPET CALLING? (PART 1)
  • Williams SE
Todays Chiropr: Jan-Feb 2001(30:1): 53 15593 THE DIFFERENCE BETWEEN CHIROPRACTOR AND CHIROPRACTIC.
  • Rubin D
Todays Chiropr: Jan-Feb 2001(30:1): 6-8 15586 THE VISION OF THE FAR FOR CHIROPRACTIC.
  • Williams SE
J Can Chiropr Assoc: Sep 2001(45:3): 199-200 15208 The specter of dogma (commentary) JCCA 2001; 45(2):76-80 [letter; comment]
  • Keating JC Jr
  • Hawkins EA
J Can Chiropr Assoc: Jun 2001(45:2): 76-80 15200 Commentary: The specter of dogma
  • Keating JC Jr
Chiropr Econ: Mar 2001(43:3): 76-77 15028 SUSAN HOY'S TEAM TIPS: GIVE YOUR OFFICE A TONIC
  • Hoy S
J Am Chiropr Assoc: Apr 2001(38:4): 6-7 14901 THERE IS A BETTER WAY TO DO IT. FIND IT! [EDITORIAL]
  • Flynn JM
J Am Chiropr Assoc: Feb 2001(38:2): 38-43 14889 WORLD FEDERATION OF CHIROPRACTIC: A CONFERENCE ON PHILOSOPHY IN CHIROPRACTIC EDUCATION, PART II
  • Gelardi TA
  • Keating JC Jr
  • Vernon HT
  • Goldstein MS
J Am Chiropr Assoc: Jan 2001(38:1): 44-48 14878 WFC CONFERENCE ON PHILOSOPHY IN CHIROPRACTIC EDUCATION
  • Coulter ID
  • Schaffner KF
  • Peters D
J Chiropr Humanit: 2001(10:): Online access only 7 p. 14650 Vis Mediatrix Naturae, Vital force to innate intelligence and concepts for 2000
  • Jackson RB
J Chiropr Humanit: 2001(10:): Online access only 35 p. 14651 The question of theology for chiropractic: A theological study of chiropractic’s prime tenets
  • Mirtz A
DC Tracts: Winter 2000(12:4): 1 19015 Letter from the editor-in-chief
  • Lucido VP
DC Tracts: Fall 2000(12:3): 1 19010 Letter from the editor-in-chief
  • Lucido VP
DC Tracts: Summer 2000(12:2): 1 19002 Letter from the Editor-in-Chief
  • Lucido VP
DC Tracts: Spring 2000(12:1): 1 18998 Letter from the Editor-in-Chief
  • Gundersen B
Chiropr J Aust: Dec 2000(30:4): 121 16552 Philosophical consensus--A catalyst for unity [editorial]
  • Chance MA
  • Peters RE
Chiropr J Aust: Mar 2000(30:1): 1 16528 Bridging the knowing-doing gap [editorial]
  • Chance MA
  • Peters RE
Todays Chiropr: Sep-Oct 2000(29:5): 68-76 15575 REDISCOVERING THE SOUL OF CHIROPRACTIC (PART 1)
  • Palombo AJ
Todays Chiropr: Sep-Oct 2000(29:5): 6-11 15584 NOTHING HAPPENS UNLESS FIRST A DREAM (PART 1).
  • Williams SE
Todays Chiropr: Nov-Dec 2000(29:6): 6-11 15509 NOTHING HAPPENS UNLESS FIRST A DREAM.
  • Williams SE
Todays Chiropr: Nov-Dec 2000(29:6): 62-66 15510 VITALISM VS MECHANISM.
  • Koren T
Todays Chiropr: Nov-Dec 2000(29:6): 6-11 15503 NOTHING HAPPENS UNLESS FIRST A DREAM.
  • Williams SE
Todays Chiropr: Nov-Dec 2000(29:6): 24-26 15505 DO YOU DARE TO SUCCEED?
  • Willis WN
Todays Chiropr: Jul-Aug 2000(29:4): 76-81 15496 TRANSCENDENTALISM'S INSPIRATION TO CHIROPRACTIC PHILOSOPHY AND PRATICE.
  • Miller A
Todays Chiropr: Jul-Aug 2000(29:4): 76-81 15497 TRANSCENDENTALISM'S INSPIRATION TO CHIROPRACTIC PHILOSOPHY AND PRATICE.
  • Miller A
Todays Chiropr: Jul-Aug 2000(29:4): 6-11 15502 LIVING THE LASTING PURPOSE LIFE: THE PRACTICAL APPLICATION OF THE PRINCIPLES.
  • Williams SE
Todays Chiropr: May-Jun 2000(29:3): 6-13 15480 THE FIRST STEP TO SUCCESS: LEARNING THE LANGUAGE OF LASTING PURPOSE.
  • Williams SE
Todays Chiropr: May-Jun 2000(29:3): 64-66 15485 TRANSCENDENTALISM'S INSPIRATION TO CHIROPRACTIC PHILOSOPHY AND PRACTICE (PART 2).
  • Miller A
Todays Chiropr: Mar-Apr 2000(29:2): 52-58 15471 TRANSCENDENTALISM'S INSPIRATION TO CHIROPRACTIC PHILOSOPHY AND PRACTICE (PART 1)
  • Miller A
Todays Chiropr: Jan-Feb 2000(29:1): 70-73 15459 THEN AND NOW
  • Rutherford LW
J Can Chiropr Assoc: Sep 2000(44:3): 189-191 15160 Commentary: Philosophy: The art of skepticism. JCCA 2000: 44(2):79-84 by Joseph Keating [letter; comment]
  • Keating JC Jr
  • Dick KW
J Can Chiropr Assoc: Jun 2000(44:2): 79-84 15154 Philosophy: the art of skepticism [commentary]
  • Keating JC Jr
J Manipulative Physiol Ther: Oct 2000(23:8): 578 14804 The chiropractic profession: its education, practice, research and future directions [book review] by David A. Chapman-Smith
  • Pringle RK
J Manipulative Physiol Ther: Jul-Aug 2000(23:6): 440 14784 Chiropractic: a philosophy for alternative health care by I. D. Coulter [book review]
  • Pringle RK
J Am Chiropr Assoc: Feb 2000(37:2): 42-45 14618 SUBLUXATION AS A THREE-LEGGED STOOL: A PRIMER
  • Rosner AL
J Am Chiropr Assoc: Feb 2000(37:2): 46-48 14619 PROFESSION OR PROCEDURE?
  • Riekeman GF
J Am Chiropr Assoc: Mar 2000(37:3): 48-49 14631 THE DICHOTOMY IN THE PROFESSION
  • Perle SM
J Am Chiropr Assoc: Dec 2000(37:12): 32-33 14541 THE INTEGRATIVE CHIROPRACTOR
  • Menke M
J Chiropr Humanit: 2000(9:): Online access only 12 p 537 Vertebral subluxation and a professional objective for chiropractic
  • Clusserath MT
J Chiropr Humanit: 2000(9:): Online access only 17 p 542 Universal intelligence: A theological entity in conflict with Lutheran theology
  • Mirtz T
J Chiropr Humanit: 2000(9:): Online access only 17 p 543 Chiropractic ethics: An oxymoron? Contemporary ethical issues in chiropractic
  • Smith JC
J Chiropr Humanit: 2000(9:): 31 546 The trouble with innate and the trouble that causes [letter; comment]
  • Donahue J
  • Fischel G
J Chiropr Humanit: 2000(9:): 4 547 The trouble with innate and the trouble that causes [letter; comment]
  • Donahue J
  • Merkin L
Top Clin Chiropr: Mar 1999(6:1): IV 664 From the editor [editorial]
  • Mootz RD
Top Clin Chiropr: Mar 1999(6:1): V+ 665 In this issue... cancer [editorial]
  • Bowers LJ
Todays Chiropr: Sep-Oct 1999(28:5): 11 116 Our magical genie [letter; comment]
  • Small M
  • Small R
Todays Chiropr: Sep-Oct 1999(28:5): 56-60 127 Holding the position
  • Panter J
Todays Chiropr: Sep-Oct 1999(28:5): 62-63 128 Finding more meaning in your practice
  • Peet HK
Todays Chiropr: Sep-Oct 1999(28:5): 64-66 129 Chiropractic - a separate profession
  • Rutherford LW
Todays Chiropr: Sep-Oct 1999(28:5): 78-85 132 The secret of the peak performer
  • Humble DD
Todays Chiropr: Sep-Oct 1999(28:5): 98-101 136 Telling the chiropractic story
  • Margolies JE
Todays Chiropr: Sep-Oct 1999(28:5): 106-107 138 Take the pain
  • Barge FH
Todays Chiropr: Sep-Oct 1999(28:5): 112-113 143 True prosperity: Achieving success in a world of failure [book review] by Dallas D. Humble
Todays Chiropr: Nov-Dec 1999(28:6): 20-31 144 The evolving science of chiropractic philosophy, part 2
  • Lipton BH
Todays Chiropr: Nov-Dec 1999(28:6): 72-78 157 Alternative lite
  • O'Shea T
Todays Chiropr: Nov-Dec 1999(28:6): 88-93 159 Future trends: How will the 21st century practitioner respond?
  • Southerland R
Todays Chiropr: Nov-Dec 1999(28:6): 104-108 162 Our destiny
  • Barge FH
Todays Chiropr: May-Jun 1999(28:3): 6-12 60 To succeed, capture the power of enthusiasm
  • Williams SE
Todays Chiropr: May-Jun 1999(28:3): 44-47 68 Providing care for patients with impaired mobility
  • Przybylak JF
Todays Chiropr: May-Jun 1999(28:3): 68-80 72 Chiropractic case management: Founded on tone
  • Vinton KJ
Todays Chiropr: May-Jun 1999(28:3): 96-97 76 Chiropractic education in the 21st century: Will philosophy survive?
  • Tetrault M
Todays Chiropr: May-Jun 1999(28:3): 98-99 77 A life and death situation
  • Burnier A
Todays Chiropr: May-Jun 1999(28:3): 100-102 78 Can you see loneliness on an x-ray?
  • Koren T
Todays Chiropr: May-Jun 1999(28:3): 103-105 79 Has chiropractic failed you - or have you failed chiropractic?
  • Davis S
Todays Chiropr: May-Jun 1999(28:3): 106-107 80 Have heart
  • Barge FH
Todays Chiropr: Mar-Apr 1999(28:2): 6-12 31 It's time to put people first; And expand chiropractic to meet the need
  • Williams SE
Todays Chiropr: Mar-Apr 1999(28:2): 15 33 The need for correct terminology
  • Necela T
Todays Chiropr: Mar-Apr 1999(28:2): 16-25 34 Chiropractic and disease (part 3 of 3)
  • Walker RH
Todays Chiropr: Mar-Apr 1999(28:2): 30-45 39 Does the subluxation exist in clinical practice?
  • Amalu WC
  • Tiscareno LH
Todays Chiropr: Mar-Apr 1999(28:2): 106-107 51 Who are we to serve?
  • Barge FH
Todays Chiropr: Jul-Aug 1999(28:4): 6-18 86 Taking chiropractic to the world: Fulfilling a sacred trust
  • Williams SE
Todays Chiropr: Jul-Aug 1999(28:4): 20-21 87 A message from the front line [letter; comment]
  • Isaac T
Todays Chiropr: Jul-Aug 1999(28:4): 24-29 88 Chiropractic and longevity
  • Anderson LL
Todays Chiropr: Jul-Aug 1999(28:4): 52-62 98 The five steps to becoming a master chiropractor
  • Moyal WR
Todays Chiropr: Jul-Aug 1999(28:4): 70 100 Last call for names to add to the chiropractic memorial
Todays Chiropr: Jul-Aug 1999(28:4): 98-99 108 Evolutionary medicine: Pain and symptoms are normal innate responses to underlying problems, and they are often part of the solution
  • Barge FH
Todays Chiropr: Jul-Aug 1999(28:4): 107 113 Chiropractic works! Adjusting to a higher quality of life [book review] by Timothy J. Feuling
Todays Chiropr: Jan-Feb 1999(28:1): 6-9 1 Be a Johnny Appleseed for chiropractic
  • Williams SE
Todays Chiropr: Jan-Feb 1999(28:1): 14-23 6 Chiropractic and disease (part 2 of 3)
  • Walker RH
Todays Chiropr: Jan-Feb 1999(28:1): 58-62 15 Is the subluxation complex
  • Kessinger RC
Todays Chiropr: Jan-Feb 1999(28:1): 64-67 16 Final names being added to chiropractic memorial
  • Southerland R
Todays Chiropr: Jan-Feb 1999(28:1): 106-107 25 An apple a day keeps the doctor away
  • Barge FH
J Vert Sublux Res: 1999(3:2): 104-112 909 Causation related to self-organization and health related quality of life expression based on the vertebral subluxation model, the philosophy...
  • Senzon SA
J Vert Sublux Res: 1999(3:2): 113-126 910 Subluxation as a social/cultural imitation: Resolving a phylobiological epiphenomenon part 1
  • Fillippi MR
J Can Chiropr Assoc: Sep 1999(43:3): 149-160 636 The philosophy of chiropractic: an action research model of curriculum review
  • Saranchuk R
  • Waalen D
  • Watkins T
J Can Chiropr Assoc: Mar 1999(43:1): 62 615 There are reasons why even after 100 years (commentary). JCCA 1998; 42(4):197-205. [letter; comment]
  • Erwin MW
J Can Chiropr Assoc: Dec 1999(43:4): 201-202 644 Chiropractic in the next millennium [comment]
  • Peterson D
J Can Chiropr Assoc: Dec 1999(43:4): 205-206 647 Millennium commentaries [comment]
  • Bryans R
J Can Chiropr Assoc: Dec 1999(43:4): 211-213 651 Millennium commentaries [comment]
  • Burge ER
J Can Chiropr Assoc: Dec 1999(43:4): 213-214 652 Chiropractic 1999! [COMMENT]
  • Carey P
J Can Chiropr Assoc: Dec 1999(43:4): 214-216 653 To be or not to be leading the manipulative arts - that is the question [comment]
  • Chapman-Smith D
J Can Chiropr Assoc: Dec 1999(43:4): 221-223 657 A few comments on scope and standards of practice [comment]
  • Vear HJ
J Am Chiropr Assoc: Mar 1999(36:3): 22+ 805 Chairman's message [editorial]
  • Maurer EL
J Am Chiropr Assoc: Mar 1999(36:3): 40 807 Chiropractic philosophy & clinical technique
  • Martin P
J Am Chiropr Assoc: Jun 1999(36:6): 40-43 833 A contemporary philosophy of chiropractic for the Los Angeles College of Chiropractic, part 1
  • Adams A
  • Coulter ID
J Am Chiropr Assoc: Jul 1999(36:7): 17-18 318 Chairman's message: Philosophical vantage point
  • Maurer EL
J Am Chiropr Assoc: Jul 1999(36:7): 36+ 324 A contemporary philosophy of chiropractic for Los Angeles College of Chiropractic, part 2
  • Adams A
  • Coulter ID
J Am Chiropr Assoc: Feb 1999(36:2): 26-36 799 Philosophy and chiropractic
  • Winkler KP
ICA Rev: Feb 1999(55:1): 21-22 699 Process for progress [editorial]
  • Bray R
CRJ: Spring 1999(6:1): 12-13 771 Commentary: Vertebral subluxation-centered straight chiropractic research
  • Owens EF
Chiropr Tech: Aug 1999(11:3): 95-100 406 Antiquated concepts related to chiropractic technique. Part I: A case against mental impulses and nerve interference
  • Seaman DR
Chiropr Tech: Aug 1999(11:3): 101-107 407 Antiquated concepts related to chiropractic technique. Part II: A case against the chiropractic variety of vitalism and innate intelligence
  • Seaman DR
Chiropr J Aust: Dec 1999(29:4): 129-136 209 A chiropractic conceptual framework, Part 5: Paradigms
  • Kleynhans AM
Chiropr J Aust: Dec 1999(29:4): 137-147 210 The Best of Books for 1999: A chiropractor's tools to aid thinking [book review]
  • Ebrall P
Am Chiropr: Sep-Oct 1999(21:5): 37-38 300 What is the essence of chiropractic?
  • Berry DJ
Am Chiropr: Jan-Feb 1999(21:1): 36-37 255 The panic practice
  • Esteb WD
Am Chiropr: Jan-Feb 1999(21:1): 42 256 Don't make a fool of yourself!
  • Berry D
Br J Chiropr: Dec 1998(2:2): 18 14720 INTENDED USAGE OF THE WORD 'MEDICAL' [LETTER] [COMMENT]
  • Sciffo R
Br J Chiropr: Apr 1998(2:1): 3 14714 MEDICAL CONUNDRUM [LETTER]
  • Rhys G
Top Clin Chiropr: Sep 1998(5:3): 10-15, 64 1205 TRAUMA IN THE GERIATRIC PATIENT: A CHIROPRACTIC PERSPECTIVE WITH A FOCUS ON PREVENTION
  • Killinger LZ
Top Clin Chiropr: Jun 1998(5:2): 48-56 1432 PHILOSOPHY AND SCIENCE: ADOPTING A DIALOGUE IN PURSUIT OF TRUTH
  • McCarthy KA
  • Milus T
Todays Chiropr: Sep-Oct 1998(27:5): 6-10 1179 YOUR FUTURE IS UNLIMITED - IF YOUR VISION IS UNENCUMBERED WITH DOUBT.
  • Williams SE
Todays Chiropr: Sep-Oct 1998(27:5): 13-14 1183 THE SCIENCE OF CHIROPRACTIC [LETTER; COMMENT].
  • Tyler RH
Todays Chiropr: Sep-Oct 1998(27:5): 16-19 1184 THE EVOLVING SCIENCE OF CHIROPRACTIC PHILOSOPHY.
  • Lipton BH
Todays Chiropr: Sep-Oct 1998(27:5): 62-63 1189 THERE WILL ALWAYS BE A BACKBONE.
  • Logan VF
Todays Chiropr: Sep-Oct 1998(27:5): 102-104 1199 BEING THERE: ATTITUDE ADJUSTMENT FOR THE NEXT MILLENNIUM CHIROPRACTOR.
  • Barge FH
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.
Todays Chiropr: Nov-Dec 1998(27:6): 6-11 1017 THE VISION OF THE FAR.
  • Williams SE
Todays Chiropr: Nov-Dec 1998(27:6): 12 1018 THE CHIROPRACTIC MODEL [LETTER; COMMENT]
  • Mirtz A
Todays Chiropr: Nov-Dec 1998(27:6): 13 1019 A SELF-HEALING ORGANISM [LETTER; COMMENT]
  • Barge FH
Todays Chiropr: Nov-Dec 1998(27:6): 64-65 1029 IDENTIFYING THE CAUSATIVE FACTORS.
  • Peet HK
Todays Chiropr: Nov-Dec 1998(27:6): 66-67 1030 THE GREATEST OPPORTUNITY TO HIT CHIROPRACTIC YET!
  • Burnier A
Todays Chiropr: Nov-Dec 1998(27:6): 98-99 1037 'Tis the season to be thankful as we have a gift from God
  • Barge FH
Todays Chiropr: May-Jun 1998(27:3): 6-11 1495 HOW TO TRIPLE YOUR PRACTICE WITHOUT LOSING YOUR HEAD BY LEARNING THE SIMPLE SECRET OF THE LION TAMER.
  • Williams SE
Todays Chiropr: May-Jun 1998(27:3): 12 1496 SOMETHING WORTH KNOWING [LETTER].
  • Komarek J
Todays Chiropr: May-Jun 1998(27:3): 13 1497 THE SCIENTIFIC APPROACH [LETTER; COMMENT]
  • Kremer RG
Todays Chiropr: May-Jun 1998(27:3): 58-59 1504 A NON-LINEAR PRACTICE: DOES IT EXIST?
  • Arvay JS
Todays Chiropr: May-Jun 1998(27:3): 60-61 1505 DON'T LOOK BACK - SOMETHING MIGHT BE GAINING ON YOU.
  • Peet HK
Todays Chiropr: Mar-Apr 1998(27:2): 6-11 1639 THE ROAD TO SUCCESS STARTS IN THE HEART.
  • Williams SE
Todays Chiropr: Mar-Apr 1998(27:2): 12-13 1640 DOES THE WORLD NEED ANOTHER THERAPY? [LETTER].
  • Burnier A
Todays Chiropr: Mar-Apr 1998(27:2): 52-53 1647 THE BEAUTY OF A CHILD'S MIND.
  • Peet HK
Todays Chiropr: Mar-Apr 1998(27:2): 58-59 1649 ENTHUSIASM.
  • Small M
  • Small R
Todays Chiropr: Mar-Apr 1998(27:2): 100-102 1658 HOMO-MYTHOFABRICANS.
  • Barge FH
Todays Chiropr: Jul-Aug 1998(27:4): 6-11 1323 PERSISTENCY: A LESSON LEARNED FROM THE LOWLY ANT.
  • Williams SE
Todays Chiropr: Jul-Aug 1998(27:4): 62-66 1334 ARE YOU A TECHNICIAN, DOCTOR OR HEALER?
  • Vinton KJ
Todays Chiropr: Jul-Aug 1998(27:4): 98-103 1339 DELPP POSITIONED TO INFLUENCE THE SPORTS WORLD.
  • Spino M
Todays Chiropr: Jul-Aug 1998(27:4): 104-105 1340 DIAGNOSIS - IS THERE A MIDDLE GROUND?
  • Barge FH
Todays Chiropr: Jan-Feb 1998(27:1): 6-10 1766 LEARNING A LESSON FROM THE SNAKE OIL SALESMAN.
  • Williams SE
Todays Chiropr: Jan-Feb 1998(27:1): 13 1768 BALANCE AND TOLERANCE [LETTER].
  • Parkin-Smith G
Todays Chiropr: Jan-Feb 1998(27:1): 14-17 1769 THE EXPRESSION OF INTELLIGENCE THROUGH MATTER.
  • Koren T
Todays Chiropr: Jan-Feb 1998(27:1): 76-77 1781 GOING BACK IS MOVING FORWARD.
  • Burnier A
J Manipulative Physiol Ther: Mar-Apr 1998(21:3): 205-211 1627 QUANTITATIVE, QUALITATIVE AND EMERGENT APPROACHES TO CHIROPRACTIC RESEARCH: A PHILOSOPHICAL BACKGROUND
  • Mealing D
J Clin Chiropr Pediatr: Aug 1998(3:1): 199-200 1245 ALTERNATIVE OR MAINSTREAM
  • McMullen M
J Chiropr Humanit: 1998(8:1): 8-15 1820 Mind-body medicine: The evolving science of chiropractic care
  • Jamison JR
J Chiropr Humanit: 1998(8:1): 27-37 1823 THE PHILOSOPHY OF CHIROPRACTIC AND REMINISCENCES OF ITS EARLY DEVELOPMENT AND GROWTH.
  • Beideman R
J Chiropr Humanit: 1998(8:1): 55-66 1826 PHILOSOPHY AND SCIENCE VERSUS DOGMATISM IN THE PRACTICE OF CHIROPRACTIC.
  • Seaman D
J Chiropr Humanit: 1998(8:1): 71-76 1828 Chiropractic: More than spinal manipulation
  • Hawk C
J Chiropr Humanit: 1998(8:1): 77-79 1829 CONTEMPORARY CHIROPRACTIC [BOOK REVIEW] ED. BY DANIEL REDWOOD.
  • Swenson R
J Chiropr Humanit: 1998(8:1): 80-82 1831 THE SUBLUXATION QUESTION [LETTER; COMMENT].
  • Pederson J
J Can Chiropr Assoc: Sep 1998(42:3): 175-178 1148 Innate intelligence: its origins and problems [letter; comment]
  • Preston T
J Can Chiropr Assoc: Sep 1998(42:3): 178-180 1149 Innate intelligence: its origins and problems [letter; comment]
  • Jordan TJ
J Can Chiropr Assoc: Sep 1998(42:3): 180-181 1150 Innate intelligence: its origins and problems [letter; comment]
  • Whitney ME
J Can Chiropr Assoc: Sep 1998(42:3): 181-183 1151 Innate intelligence: its origins and problems [letter; comment]
  • Giordano TV
J Can Chiropr Assoc: Sep 1998(42:3): 183-185 1152 Innate intelligence : Its origins and problems [letter; comment]
  • Morgan L
J Can Chiropr Assoc: Mar 1998(42:1): 35-41 1603 Innate intelligence : Its origins and problems
  • Morgan L
J Can Chiropr Assoc: Dec 1998(42:4): 197-205 934 There are reasons why even after 100 years
  • Carter R
J Can Chiropr Assoc: Dec 1998(42:4): 252-253 941 Innate intelligence: its origins and problems [letter; comment]
  • Reux M
J Can Chiropr Assoc: Dec 1998(42:4): 253 942 Innate intelligence: its origins and problems [letter; comment]
  • Berry DM
J Am Chiropr Assoc: Sep 1998(35:9): 48-51 1136 PATHWAYS FOR AN EVOLVING PROFESSION
  • Redwood D
J Am Chiropr Assoc: Oct 1998(35:10): 40+ 1073 ROUNDTABLE: PART V: DO MDS FEAR CHIROPRACTIC PHILOSOPHY?
J Am Chiropr Assoc: Nov 1998(35:11): 18+ 1000 Chairman's message
  • Maurer EL
ICA Rev: Oct 1998(54:5): 42-47 1059 Inside our Trojan Horse
  • McMullen M
ICA Rev: Jun 1998(54:3): 19-20 1381 RIGHT PLACE - RIGHT TIME.
  • Riekeman GF
ICA Rev: Jun 1998(54:3): 46-51 1383 THE FIRST QUESTIONS.
  • Barge FH
ICA Rev: Jun 1998(54:3): 52-57 1384 INNATELY YOURS.
  • Hyman RC
ICA Rev: Jun 1998(54:3): 68-72 1386 ARE MOST HEALTH CARE DECISIONS BASED ON FEAR?
  • Braile R
Chiropr Pediatr: Oct 1998(4:1): 13 1054 PHILOSOPHY OF CHIROPRACTIC PRACTICE (EDITORIAL)
  • Sherman S
Chiropr J Aust: Dec 1998(28:4): 147-158 916 A chiropractic conceptual framework. Part 3: Values
  • Kleynhans AM
Am Chiropr: Sep-Oct 1998(20:5): 18-22+ 1100 PRACTICE PARADIGMS: AN EXCERPT FROM THE PATH TO MASTERY IN CHIROPRACTIC
  • Smith JC
Am Chiropr: Nov-Dec 1998(20:6): 9 960 Six minute office visit?! [letter]
  • Busch RE III
Am Chiropr: Nov-Dec 1998(20:6): 45 971 Defining "chiropractic" around the world [editorial]
  • Press SJ
Am Chiropr: May-Jun 1998(20:3): 12+ 1438 THE CHIROPRACTIC CURMUDGEON: JOIN TOGETHER
  • Krieger C
Am Chiropr: Mar-Apr 1998(20:2): 1 1543 YES, I CAN [EDITORIAL]
  • Busch RE III
Am Chiropr: Jul-Aug 1998(20:4): 16-17 1261 LUDDITES
  • Koren T
Todays Chiropr: Sep-Oct 1997(26:5): 6-10 2155 MAKING LASTING PURPOSE A PART OF YOUR LIFE.
  • Williams SE
Todays Chiropr: Sep-Oct 1997(26:5): 13 2157 A PHILOSOPHICAL PERSPECTIVE [LETTER; COMMENT].
  • Tyler RH
Todays Chiropr: Sep-Oct 1997(26:5) 2163 THINK AHEAD.
  • Kale MU
Todays Chiropr: Sep-Oct 1997(26:5): 62-63 2165 THE MAGIC OF PERSISTENCY AND DETERMINATION.
  • Small M
  • Small R
Todays Chiropr: Sep-Oct 1997(26:5): 65-66 2166 CHIROPRACTIC IS UNSCIENTIFIC? AN ON-LINE CONVERSATION.
  • Koren T
Todays Chiropr: Sep-Oct 1997(26:5): 110-112 2176 DIAGNOSIS AND RESPONSIBLE DOCTORING.
  • Barge FH
Todays Chiropr: Nov-Dec 1997(26:6): 6-12 2005 THE PEOPLE'S PRINCESS: A FINAL FAREWELL WITH LOVE.
  • Williams SE
Todays Chiropr: Nov-Dec 1997(26:6): 86-87 2019 IS VACCINATION A CHIROPRACTIC ISSUE?
  • Koren T
Todays Chiropr: Nov-Dec 1997(26:6): 108-109 2024 WHO MOVES THE BOWELS?
  • Barge FH
Todays Chiropr: May-Jun 1997(26:3): 6-13 2470 A MINDSET FOR SUCCESS.
  • Williams SE
Todays Chiropr: May-Jun 1997(26:3): 14-15 2472 APPLYING CHIROPRACTIC PHILOSOPHY [LETTER; COMMENT]
  • Magrogan D
Todays Chiropr: May-Jun 1997(26:3): 22-25 2475 KEEP YOUR FINGER ON THE PULSE.
  • Hoffman RJ
Todays Chiropr: May-Jun 1997(26:3): 34-36 2477 CONTROLLED CLINICAL TRIALS WILL NOT GET US ACCEPTED.
  • Koren T
Todays Chiropr: Mar-Apr 1997(26:2): 6-12 2607 THE SIGNIFICANT PROBLEMS WHICH WE HAVE CANNOT BE SOLVED AT THE SAME LEVEL OF THINKING WHICH CREATED THEM.
  • Williams SE
Todays Chiropr: Mar-Apr 1997(26:2): 23-24 2610 THE LASTING PURPOSE [LETTER].
  • Wessler GL
Todays Chiropr: Mar-Apr 1997(26:2): 76-79 2617 THERE'S NO CPT CODE FOR PHILOSOPHY!
  • Stilwagon BS
  • Stillwagon G
Todays Chiropr: Mar-Apr 1997(26:2): 98-99 2623 DOES IT MATTER?
  • Barge FH
Todays Chiropr: Mar-Apr 1997(26:2): 112-113 2624 LASTING PURPOSE: A MINDSET FOR SUCCESS [BOOK REVIEW] BY SID E. WILLIAMS.
Todays Chiropr: Jul-Aug 1997(26:4): 6-12 2291 TOWARD PRACTICAL HUMANITARIANISM.
  • Williams SE
Todays Chiropr: Jul-Aug 1997(26:4): 74-75 2299 BE A TIMER OF THE TIMES.
  • Peet HK
Todays Chiropr: Jul-Aug 1997(26:4): 76-77 2300 CHIROPRACTIC CONTAINS THE SECRETS OF REHABILITATION.
  • Jacob G
Todays Chiropr: Jul-Aug 1997(26:4): 92-96 2303 WHICH WAY DO WE TURN?
  • Barge FH
Todays Chiropr: Jan-Feb 1997(26:1): 6-8 2741 A GIFT OF LIFE: FULFILLING THE GREATER NEEDS OF A SUFFERING WORLD.
  • Williams SE
Todays Chiropr: Jan-Feb 1997(26:1): 72-74 2751 OUR GREATEST ASSET FOR SUCCESS.
  • Small M
  • Small R
Todays Chiropr: Jan-Feb 1997(26:1): 100-101 2756 REVIVIFICATION.
  • Barge FH
J Clin Chiropr Pediatr: Oct 1997(2:2): 143-144 2038 Research and the philosophy, art and science of chiropractic [editorial]
  • Hyman C
J Can Chiropr Assoc: Sep 1997(41:3): 145-154 2122 Canadian chiropractors’ attitudes towards chiropractic philosophy and scope of practice: implications for the implementation of clinical practice guidelines
  • Biggs L
  • Mierau D
  • Hay D
J Can Chiropr Assoc: Mar 1997(41:1): 27-35 2580 Teaching chiropractic principles through patient centered problems
  • Gatterman I
J Can Chiropr Assoc: Jun 1997(41:2): 86-90 2352 Pertussis immunization: an update
  • Morgan LG
J Can Chiropr Assoc: Dec 1997(41:4): 240-246 1906 Pertussis immunization: an update. Letters to the editor in response to this article [letter; comment].
  • Whitney-Douglas RC
J Am Chiropr Assoc: Sep 1997(34:9): 69-70 2119 WHY TECHNIQUE DOESN'T MATTER
  • Esteb WD
ICA Rev: Mar-Apr 1997(53:2): 67 2575 LASTING PURPOSE--A MINDSET FOR SUCCESS [BOOK REVIEW] BY SID E. WILLIAMS
  • Hendrickson RM
ICA Rev: Jan-Feb 1997(53:1): 15-16 2711 THE ENDURING PRINCIPLES OF CHIROPRACTIC
  • Braile R
ICA Rev: Jan-Feb 1997(53:1): 46-51 2713 WHAT IS CHIROPRACTIC?
  • Strang V
ICA Rev: Jan-Feb 1997(53:1): 52-57 2714 PHILOSOPHY: THE CHIROPRACTIC UNIQUE FACTOR
  • Gayman PG
ICA Rev: Jan-Feb 1997(53:1): 58-61 2715 PHILOSOPHY & CHIROPRACTIC: WHAT'S THE BOTTOM LINE?
  • Goldhaber RE
ICA Rev: Jan-Feb 1997(53:1): 62-67 2716 A PHILOSOPHY OF GLOBAL ADJUSTING
  • Manna RJ
Chiropr Pediatr: Jun 1997(3:1): 4-5 2335 WHAT'S NEXT? FROM GERMS TO GENES!
  • Barge FH
Chiropr Pediatr: Jun 1997(3:1): 8-9 2337 PROFESSIONAL EXCELLENCE
  • Peet HK
Chiropr Pediatr: Jan 1997(2:4): 14 2703 IT'S PRACTICAL, IT'S SOLID, IT'S USED DAILY...IT SAVES LIVES
  • Burnier A
Chiropr Pediatr: Jan 1997(2:4): 18-19 2705 THE TRUE GIVER IS THE TRUE HEALER
  • Peet H
Chiropr Pediatr: Jan 1997(2:4): 20-21 2706 IT'S A WONDERFUL LIFE
  • Heagy DT
Chiropr Pediatr: Dec 1997(3:2): 4-5 1888 LOOKING WELL OUT BEFORE THERE
  • Barge FH
Am Chiropr: Nov-Dec 1997(19:6): 1 1942 LET'S GET GOING! [EDITORIAL]
  • Busch RE III
Am Chiropr: Mar-Apr 1997(19:2): 6 2522 LETTERS TO THE EDITOR [LETTER]
  • Crumbley GE
Am Chiropr: Mar-Apr 1997(19:2): 15-16+ 2529 THE PHILOSOPHY AND ALTERNATIVE STRATEGIES OF THE CONSUMER MARKET
  • Versendaal DA
Am Chiropr: Jul-Aug 1997(19:4): 4 2218 PUTTING THE "I" IN RESPONSIBILITY [EDITORIAL]
  • Jaskoviak P
Am Chiropr: Jul-Aug 1997(19:4): 52 2235 THE FORUM [LETTER]
  • Margolies J
Todays Chiropr: Sep-Oct 1996(25:5): 14-15+ 3072 A CHANGING PRACTICE ENVIRONMENT [LETTER].
  • Wessler GL
Todays Chiropr: Nov-Dec 1996(25:6): 6-8 2931 TOLERANCE.
  • Williams SE
Todays Chiropr: Nov-Dec 1996(25:6): 66-69 2943 WHAT ARE SYMPTOMS?
  • Kessinger R
Todays Chiropr: Nov-Dec 1996(25:6): 70-71 2944 THE SYMPHONY OF LIFE.
  • Peet HK
Todays Chiropr: May-Jun 1996(25:3): 6-10 3374 CHIROPRACTIC PHILOSOPHY: THE WONDER OF THE WISDOM WITHIN.
  • Williams SE
Todays Chiropr: May-Jun 1996(25:3): 58-60+ 3384 DID B.J. PALMER KNOW WHAT HE WAS DOING?
  • Stilwagon BS
  • Stillwagon G
Todays Chiropr: May-Jun 1996(25:3): 103 3392 IT IS AS SIMPLE AS THAT & MORE [BOOK REVIEW] BY FRED H. BARGE
Todays Chiropr: May-Jun 1996(25:3): 104-108 3393 MANAGED CARE VS. THE VERTEBRAL SUBLUXATION COMPLEX: CHIROPRACTIC AT THE CROSSROADS.
  • Mancuso P
Todays Chiropr: May-Jun 1996(25:3): 116 3394 SPECIALIZATION?
  • Barge FH
Todays Chiropr: Mar-Apr 1996(25:2): 6-8 3492 LIVE EACH AND EVERY DAY WELL.
  • Williams SE
Todays Chiropr: Mar-Apr 1996(25:2): 10-12 3493 RESPONSE TO THE U.S. DEPT. OF HEALTH AND HUMAN SERVICES.
  • Kessinger R
Todays Chiropr: Mar-Apr 1996(25:2): 12+ 3494 HOW SUBLUXATED IS THE CHIROPRACTOR?
  • Veltri B
Todays Chiropr: Mar-Apr 1996(25:2): 84-86 3504 CHIROPRACTOR'S ESSENTIAL IDEA AND WAY OF HEALING.
  • Labouret P
Todays Chiropr: Mar-Apr 1996(25:2): 88-91 3505 A CONSTITUTIONAL FIRST AMENDMENT CHALLENGE TO MANDATORY IMMUNIZATIONS.
  • Jordan JH
Todays Chiropr: Mar-Apr 1996(25:2): 98+ 3507 BELIEVE IT, DOCTORS!
  • Barge FH
Todays Chiropr: Jul-Aug 1996(25:4): 6-8+ 3199 THE WONDER OF THE WISDOM WITHIN.
  • Williams SE
Todays Chiropr: Jul-Aug 1996(25:4): 28-30 3202 HMO'S-THE TRAP [LETTER].
  • George HH
Todays Chiropr: Jul-Aug 1996(25:4): 32 3203 NO NEED FOR ANESTHESIA [LETTER].
  • Stefanelli PF
Todays Chiropr: Jul-Aug 1996(25:4): 40-42+ 3208 DR. GEORGE SHEARS AND THE GPC MOVEMENT.
  • Maynard JE
Todays Chiropr: Jul-Aug 1996(25:4): 107 3216 FOUNDATIONS OF CHIROPRACTIC: SUBLUXATION [BOOK REVIEW] EDITED BY MERIDEL I. GATTERMAN
Todays Chiropr: Jan-Feb 1996(25:1): 6-10+ 3618 PEOPLE WHO LIVE IN GLASS HOUSES SHOULD NOT THROW STONES: PART II.
  • Williams SE
Todays Chiropr: Jan-Feb 1996(25:1): 14-15 3619 FUNDAMENTAL PRINCIPLES.
  • Benod P
Todays Chiropr: Jan-Feb 1996(25:1): 15 3620 THE TRANSFORMATION OF EDUCATED INTELLIGENCE TO INNATE INTELLIGENCE.
  • Levine SL
Todays Chiropr: Jan-Feb 1996(25:1): 22-28 3624 WELLNESS AND CHIROPRACTIC.
  • Burke EJ
Todays Chiropr: Jan-Feb 1996(25:1): 102-105 3641 THE BALANCING OF ENERGY.
  • Graham L
Todays Chiropr: Jan-Feb 1996(25:1): 110-111 3643 TRUST.
  • Barge FH
J Vert Sublux Res: 1996(1:1): 9-10 3554 SUBLUXATION-BASED CHIROPRACTIC IN THE NEW HEALTH PARADIGM [EDITORIAL]
  • Boone WR
J Vert Sublux Res: 1996(1:1): 11-12 3555 CHIROPRACTIC MAGAZINES [LETTER; COMMENT]
  • Anisov K
  • McCoy M
J Manipulative Physiol Ther: Jan 1996(19:1): 61-63 3609 COMMENTARY: PURPOSE-STRAIGHT CHIROPRACTIC: NOT SCIENCE, NOT HEALTH CARE [LETTER; COMMENT]
  • Gentile JM
  • Keating JC Jr
J Chiropr Humanit: 1996(6:1): 50-54 3669 TRADITIONAL CHIROPRACTIC PHILOSOPHY: IRRELEVANT OR IRREPLACEABLE?
  • Good CJ
J Chiropr Educ: Sep-Dec 1996(10:2-3): 31-34 3045 ACC POSITION PAPER.
  • Cleveland CS
  • Clum GW
  • Moss J
J Can Chiropr Assoc: Mar 1996(40:1): 34-39 3459 Chiropractic’s unique evolution and its future status
  • Wardwell WI
Am Chiropr: Sep-Oct 1996(18:5): 31-32+ 2985 COMPETING FOR THE HEALTH
  • Loomis HF
Am Chiropr: May-Jun 1996(18:3): 20 3313 WHO ARE THE LEFT-WING & RIGHT-WING CHIROPRACTORS?
  • Seaman DR
Am Chiropr: May-Jun 1996(18:3): 38+ 3319 FEARING THE NEW: LUDDITES
  • Koren T
Am Chiropr: Jul-Aug 1996(18:4): 16 3148 WHY DO YOU DO WHAT YOU DO TO ME?
  • Koren T
COMSIG Rev: Nov 1995(4:3): 57-60 18373 COMMENTARY: "WHAT ABOUT THE NEXT 100 YEARS?" [EDITORIAL]
  • Crawford CM
  • Drinkwater J
  • Jamison JR
  • Reggars JW
  • Tuchin P
  • Walker BF
  • Werth PD
  • Hatton A
Eur J Chiropr: Dec 1995(43:3): 55-56 18259 THE CHIROPRACTIC THEORIES 3RD. ED., BY ROBERT A. LEACH
  • Kusiar B
Top Clin Chiropr: Jun 1995(2:2): 45-55 4262 The state of Innate
  • Milius TB
Todays Chiropr: Sep-Oct 1995(24:5): 6+ 4002 GOING BEYOND INTUITION
  • Williams SE
Todays Chiropr: Sep-Oct 1995(24:5): 14-15 4003 THE VACCINATION ISSUE [LETTER] WATSON JG
  • Watson JG
Todays Chiropr: Sep-Oct 1995(24:5): 15 4004 CHIROPRACTIC AND OSTEOPATHY [LETTER] ANDRE JD
  • Andre JD
Todays Chiropr: Sep-Oct 1995(24:5): 34-38 4012 THE FUNDAMENTAL PRINCIPLES OF CHIROPRACTIC
  • Kessinger RC
Todays Chiropr: Sep-Oct 1995(24:5): 68-75 4021 CATHERINE OXENBERG: STYLE AND INSPIRATION
  • Panter J
Todays Chiropr: Sep-Oct 1995(24:5): 80-81 4023 DIPLOMATES
  • Barge FH
Todays Chiropr: Sep-Oct 1995(24:5): 82-84 4024 TRANSITIONS: CHIROPRACTIC IN THE 1990S
  • Willis WN
Todays Chiropr: Sep-Oct 1995(24:5): 94 4027 TOWARD A PHILOSOPHY OF THE SCIENCE OF CHIROPRACTIC: A PRIMER FOR CLINICIANS, BY JC KEATING JR.
Todays Chiropr: Nov-Dec 1995(24:6): 6+ 3846 LYCEUM: PEOPLE WHO LIVE IN GLASS HOUSES SHOULD NOT THROW STONES
  • Williams SE
Todays Chiropr: Nov-Dec 1995(24:6): 15 3851 STAKING THE CLAIM [LETTER]
  • Piller RL
Todays Chiropr: Nov-Dec 1995(24:6): 80-82 3867 SEPARATE BUT EQUAL
  • Kale MU
Todays Chiropr: Nov-Dec 1995(24:6): 84-89 3868 THE ENGLAND CASE: A BATTLE FOR LICENSE
  • England JR
Todays Chiropr: Nov-Dec 1995(24:6): 90-92 3869 CHIROPRACTIC FIRST - BY TERRY A. RONDBERG, D.C.
Todays Chiropr: Nov-Dec 1995(24:6): 94-95 3870 COMPLEMENTARY?
  • Barge FH
Todays Chiropr: May-Jun 1995(24:3): 6-10 4334 LYCEUM: THE ROAD LESS TRAVELED
  • Williams SE
Todays Chiropr: May-Jun 1995(24:3): 12-13 4335 TAKING ISSUE WITH DR. BARGE. [LETTER]
  • Anderson WC
Todays Chiropr: May-Jun 1995(24:3): 14-16 4336 DR. BARGE'S RESPONSE.[LETTER]
  • Barge FH
Todays Chiropr: May-Jun 1995(24:3): 58-61 4349 SDS: A REVOLUTION IN CHIROPRACTIC HEALING
  • Morter MT Jr
Todays Chiropr: May-Jun 1995(24:3): 80-81 4356 COMMITMENT VS. COMFORT
  • Palmero T
Todays Chiropr: May-Jun 1995(24:3): 82-83 4357 IT IS TIME TO DO WHAT'S NATURALLY RIGHT
  • Del Torto AJ
Todays Chiropr: May-Jun 1995(24:3): 100+ 4361 PRINCIPLES VS. PRACTICE
  • Parker JW
Todays Chiropr: Mar-Apr 1995(24:2): 6-7 4483 LYCEUM: A MESSAGE FOR ALL SEASONS
  • Williams SE
Todays Chiropr: Mar-Apr 1995(24:2): 11-12 4485 NO PLACE FOR DRUGS IN CHIROPRACTIC. [LETTER]
  • Simonetti SJ
Todays Chiropr: Mar-Apr 1995(24:2): 12 4486 DECISIONS. [LETTER]
  • Palmero J
Todays Chiropr: Mar-Apr 1995(24:2): 16+ 4488 A HUNDRED HEAR AND TIME MARCHES ON
  • Street GR
Todays Chiropr: Mar-Apr 1995(24:2): 80-84 4510 BRINGING CHIROPRACTIC TO AMERICA
  • Markson LT
Todays Chiropr: Mar-Apr 1995(24:2): 86-87 4511 ICA BOARD TAKES EMPHATIC STAND ON "ORTHOPRACTIC" AND "CHIROPRACTIC MEDICINE"
Todays Chiropr: Mar-Apr 1995(24:2): 106-107 4516 THE LAST WELL PERSON
  • Barge FH
Todays Chiropr: Jul-Aug 1995(24:4): 13 4158 PULLING THE WAGON [LETTER]
  • Dunn JC
Todays Chiropr: Jul-Aug 1995(24:4): 82-83 4175 THE B.J. PALMER MEMORIAL ROSE GARDEN
  • Coonrod RW
Todays Chiropr: Jul-Aug 1995(24:4): 90-91 4177 THE RIGHT HAND AND THE LEFT HAND
  • Newman BD
Todays Chiropr: Jan-Feb 1995(24:1): 6-11 4637 LYCEUM: 1995, A TIME TO ADJUST OURSELVES TO WHAT IS BEST FOR CHIROPRACTIC
  • Williams SE
Todays Chiropr: Jan-Feb 1995(24:1): 14+ 4638 DR. D.D. PALMER AND THE DISCOVERY OF CHIROPRACTIC
  • Maynard JE
Todays Chiropr: Jan-Feb 1995(24:1): 28-31 4640 DR. B.J. PALMER'S UPPER CERVICAL SPECIFIC: THE FINAL TEST OF GREATNESS
  • Kale M
Todays Chiropr: Jan-Feb 1995(24:1): 38-41 4642 FULFILLING OUR POTENTIAL IN THE 21ST CENTURY AND BEYOND
  • Cianciulli A
Todays Chiropr: Jan-Feb 1995(24:1): 68-72 4648 CHIROPRACTIC: A TIMELESS SCIENCE
  • Gregg RT
Todays Chiropr: Jan-Feb 1995(24:1): 74+ 4649 THE HISTORY OF THAT WHICH IS TRULY CHIROPRACTIC
  • Barge FH
Todays Chiropr: Jan-Feb 1995(24:1): 82-89 4650 DR. SID E. WILLIAMS: THE DEFENDER OF CHIROPRACTIC
  • Williams SE
Todays Chiropr: Jan-Feb 1995(24:1): 112 4655 LOOKING BACK TO SEE AHEAD, BY SID E. WILLIAMS
J Manipulative Physiol Ther: Jun 1995(18:5): 285-92 4239 TOWARD A RECONSTRUCTION OF THE PHILOSOPHY OF CHIROPRACTIC [REVIEW]
  • O'Malley JN
J Chiropr Humanit: 1995(5:1): 2-7 4676 PHILOSOPHY AND CHIROPRACTIC: DIVISIONS AND DIRECTIONS
J Chiropr Humanit: 1995(5:1): 66-68 4683 WHY DOES PHILOSOPHY MATTER TO CHIROPRACTIC?
  • Mirtsching DM
  • Spielberg A
J Am Chiropr Assoc: Apr 1995(32:4): 41-48 4379 The next century: why we need chiropractic scientist practitioners
  • Leach RA
Eur J Chiropr: Apr 1995(43:1): 1 19097 Editor's comment:"PC" [editorial]
  • Leyson S
Dig Chiropr Econ: Jul-Aug 1995(38:1): 20-21 4105 THE SCIENTIFIC EVOLUTION OF CHIROPRACTIC
  • Frigard LT
Chiropr J Aust: Jun 1995(25:2): 41 4191 OUR SECOND CENTURY: WILL THE BIG IDEA SURVIVE?
  • Chance MA
  • Peters RE
Chiropr J Aust: Jun 1995(25:2): 56-60 4200 A REVIEW OF THE NEUROLOGICAL CONCEPTS OF 1895
  • Ebrall P
Am Chiropr: May-Jun 1995(17:3): 14-16 4265 CHIROPRACTIC FOR THE NEXT 100 YEARS
  • Morter MT
Am Chiropr: Jul-Aug 1995(17:4): 23-24 4096 ACCESSING INNATE THROUGH EMOTIONAL ADJUSTMENTS
  • Greenberg M
Chiropr Hist: Dec 1994(14:2): 62, 61 19815 Refined by 'P.S.&U.' chiropractic, c. 1994. Refined by fire: the evolution of straight chiropractic [by] Joseph R. Strauss [book review]
  • Gibbons RW
COMSIG Rev: Jul 1994(3:2): 33-34 18346 SO WE DON'T GO FOR 'THE BIG (TYPE) "O"'-SO WHAT? [EDITORIAL]
  • Drinkwater J
Todays Chiropr: Sep-Oct 1994(23:5): 24-25 4989 PATIENT BONDING: CARING AND EDUCATION
  • Helzer P
Todays Chiropr: Sep-Oct 1994(23:5): 26-28 4990 IT'S TOUGH IN THE BEGINNING
  • Freeman S
Todays Chiropr: Sep-Oct 1994(23:5): 30-31 4991 HOW TO WIN IN PRACTICE
  • Singer D
Todays Chiropr: Sep-Oct 1994(23:5): 50-52 4999 STAGES IN THE DEVELOPMENT OF CHIROPRACTIC AWARENESS
  • Selano JL
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Todays Chiropr: Nov-Dec 1994(23:6): 8-13 4843 LYCEUM: NEGOTIATING WITH A BEAR
  • Williams SE
Todays Chiropr: Nov-Dec 1994(23:6): 84-85 4855 WHO ARE YOU?
  • Helzer P
Todays Chiropr: Nov-Dec 1994(23:6): 86-87 4856 QUANTUM THINKING: THE PHILOSOPHY OF RELATIONSHIPS
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Todays Chiropr: Nov-Dec 1994(23:6): 113+ 4864 THE FINAL CHALLENGE
  • Barge FH
Todays Chiropr: May-Jun 1994(23:3): 34-36 5305 EVALUATING THE PEDIATRIC PATIENT (THE FIRST VISIT)
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Todays Chiropr: May-Jun 1994(23:3): 101 5320 A TIME TO HEAL BY DANIEL REEDWOOD, D.C.
Todays Chiropr: Mar-Apr 1994(23:2): 7-9 5440 LYCEUM: PREPARING FOR A LASTING PURPOSE
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Todays Chiropr: Mar-Apr 1994(23:2): 78-82 5453 B.J. Palmer’s Green Books
  • Dubel J
Todays Chiropr: Mar-Apr 1994(23:2): 96-97 5457 FATE
  • Barge FH
Todays Chiropr: Jul-Aug 1994(23:4): 66-69 5133 BLENDING DESIGN AND PHILOSOPHY IN THE MULTI-DOCTOR CLINIC
  • Humphreys K
Todays Chiropr: Jul-Aug 1994(23:4): 92-93 5141 A TRIP TO THE UKRAINE: OPENING THE EYES OF THE M.D.S
  • Bache-Wiig T
Todays Chiropr: Jul-Aug 1994(23:4): 98-99 5146 A PILL SHOULD BE "A PILL" AGAIN
  • Barge FH
Todays Chiropr: Jan-Feb 1994(23:1): 7-9 5561 LYCEUM: PREPARING FOR A LASTING PURPOSE
  • Williams SE
Todays Chiropr: Jan-Feb 1994(23:1): 10 5562 LYCEUM PROVIDES ENCOURAGEMENT [LETTER]
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Todays Chiropr: Jan-Feb 1994(23:1): 11 5564 A LEAP OF FAITH [LETTER]
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Todays Chiropr: Jan-Feb 1994(23:1): 50 5581 REMLING NAMED DC OF THE YEAR
Todays Chiropr: Jan-Feb 1994(23:1): 52 5584 TODAY'S HEALTH ALTERNATIVE BY RAQUEL MARTIN
Todays Chiropr: Jan-Feb 1994(23:1): 72-73 5588 REACHING CHILDREN - THE BIGGEST IDEAL
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J Manipulative Physiol Ther: Jul-Aug 1994(17:6): 404-410 5113 Shamanism, a religious paradigm: Its intrusion into the practice of chiropractic
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J Manipulative Physiol Ther: Jul-Aug 1994(17:6): 411-413 5114 METAPHYSICS, RATIONALITY AND SCIENCE [LETTER; COMMENT]
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J Manipulative Physiol Ther: Jan 1994(17:1): 54-57 5556 METAPHYSICS, RATIONALITY AND SCIENCE [LETTER; COMMENT]
  • Coulter ID
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J Chiropr Humanit: 1994(4:1): 20-25 5623 A CONTEMPORARY PHILOSOPHY OF CHIROPRACTIC FOR THE LOS ANGELES COLLEGE OF CHIROPRACTIC
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J Chiropr Humanit: 1994(4:1): 56-60 5626 THE PHILOSOPHY OF SCIENCE FOR CHIROPRACTIC SIMPLY STATED
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J Chiropr Humanit: 1994(4:1): 75-77 5629 CHIROPRACTIC AND CHAOS
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J Chiropr: May 1994(31:5): 64-71 5281 PHILOSOPHY OF CHIROPRACTIC: A CONTEMPORARY PERSPECTIVE. PART TWO OF A TWO-PART SERIES
  • Winterstein JF
J Chiropr: Jun 1994(31:6): 10-12 5174 PHILOSOPHY: STRAIGHTS VERSUS MIXERS [LETTER]
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J Chiropr: Feb 1994(31:2): 5, 8-9 5480 WINDS OF CHANGE
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J Chiropr: Apr 1994(31:4): 28-36 5344 PHILOSOPHY OF CHIROPRACTIC: A CONTEMPORARY PERSPECTIVE
  • Winterstein JF
Eur J Chiropr: Aug 1994(42:2): 53-55 19091 Letters to the editor on Scientific epistemology and the status of chiropractic: we are what we do [letter; comment]
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  • Keating JC Jr
Dig Chiropr Econ: Sep-Oct 1994(37:2): 36-37 4913 HOW THE ELITE ONE PERCENT USE THE INNATE FACTOR TO ACHIEVE NOBLE GOALS
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Dig Chiropr Econ: Sep-Oct 1994(37:2): 74-76 4918 SUBLUXATION: THE REASON FOR CHIROPRACTIC'S EXISTENCE
  • Hart JF
Dig Chiropr Econ: Nov-Dec 1994(37:3): 14-18 4796 BEYOND THE MECHANICAL SUBLUXATION: THE SCIENCE, ART AND PHILOSOPHY OF COMPREHENSIVE CHIROPRACTIC PART 6
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Dig Chiropr Econ: May-Jun 1994(36:6): 30-37 5251 BEYOND THE MECHANICAL SUBLUXATION: THE SCIENCE, ART AND PHILOSOPHY OF COMPREHENSIVE CHIROPRACTIC PART 5
  • Floyd E
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Dig Chiropr Econ: Mar-Apr 1994(36:5): 30-31 5378 BRAIN, BODY AND CHIROPRACTIC PART 3
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Dig Chiropr Econ: Jan-Feb 1994(36:4): 28-35 5520 BEYOND THE MECHANICAL SUBLUXATION: THE SCIENCE, ART AND PHILOSOPHY OF COMPREHENSIVE CHIROPRACTIC PART 4
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Chiropr Tech: Aug 1994(6:3): 104 5035 WHITHER NOW?
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Chiropr Pediatr: Apr 1994(1:1): 3-4 5321 TELL OUR CHIROPRACTIC STORY
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Chiropr J Aust: Sep 1994(24:3): 106-112 4902 COMMENTARY: CHIROPRACTIC AND THE CUL-DE-SAC COMPLEX
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Chiropr J Aust: Jun 1994(24:2): 70-71 5162 COMMENTARY: ARE WE LOSING THE PLOT?
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Chiropr J Aust: Dec 1994(24:4): 121 4695 THE CHALLENGE FOR OUR SECOND CENTURY
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Am Chiropr: Sep-Oct 1994(16:5): 38-40 4892 STATE OF MIND: LITTLE CONCEPTS
  • Harrison E
Am Chiropr: Nov-Dec 1994(16:6): 28-29 4770 A GREAT OPPORTUNITY FOR DC'S
  • Seaman D
Am Chiropr: Nov-Dec 1994(16:6): 40-41 4774 TAKING A HIT
  • Koren T
Am Chiropr: May-Jun 1994(16:3): 36 5226 VERTEBRAL SUBLUXATION - MANIPULATION - SPINAL REHABILITATION
  • Mangels RA
Am Chiropr: May-Jun 1994(16:3): 44 5229 STATE OF MIND: THE POWER OF THOUGHT
  • Harrison E
Am Chiropr: May-Jun 1994(16:3): 46-47 5230 OF THEORIES AND SCIENCE AND CHIROPRACTIC: AN INTERVIEW WITH ROBERT A. LEACH
Am Chiropr: Jul-Aug 1994(16:4): 10-15+ 5060 CONSUMER REPORTS: CAN THEY HELP? DID THEY HARM?
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Am Chiropr: Jul-Aug 1994(16:4): 46-47 5069 STATE OF MIND: THE UNSUNG PHILOSOPHY
  • Harrison E
Todays Chiropr: Sep-Oct 1993(22:5): 7-12 5886 THE BEGINNING OF KNOWING, PART II
  • Williams SE
Todays Chiropr: Sep-Oct 1993(22:5): 28-29 5891 HOW COMPETENT A DOCTOR ARE YOU?
  • Jezequel JL
Todays Chiropr: Sep-Oct 1993(22:5): 44+ 5896 OUR REALITY
  • Barge FH
Todays Chiropr: Sep-Oct 1993(22:5): 107 5906 CHIROPRACTIC FOR NATURAL HEALTH AND WELLNESS CARE BY DONALD A. DAHLIN
Todays Chiropr: Nov-Dec 1993(22:6): 7-10 5762 THE BEGINNING OF KNOWING, PART III
  • Williams SE
Todays Chiropr: Nov-Dec 1993(22:6): 42-43 5770 CHIROPRACTIC'S FUTURE IN MANAGED CARE
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Todays Chiropr: Nov-Dec 1993(22:6): 48-53 5773 ARE WE CHIROPRACTORS OR CHIROPRACTIC PHYSICIANS
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Todays Chiropr: Nov-Dec 1993(22:6): 54+ 5774 WHY JUST PHILOSOPHY?
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Todays Chiropr: Nov-Dec 1993(22:6): 70-72 5776 A DISSENT OF ONE
  • Murray RP
Todays Chiropr: May-Jun 1993(22:1): 7-10 6156 LYCEUM: BUILDING UP LOVE BY LOVING
  • Williams SE
Todays Chiropr: May-Jun 1993(22:1): 82-84 6171 BUILDING CHIROPRACTIC IN THE PUBLIC MIND
  • Christian R
Todays Chiropr: May-Jun 1993(22:1): 88-89 6173 A PATIENT'S POINT OF VIEW
  • Esteb WD
Todays Chiropr: May-Jun 1993(22:1): 106 6176 WHOSE DECISION IS IT?
  • Barge FH
Todays Chiropr: Mar-Apr 1993(22:2): 41 6296 SURVIVAL INSTINCTS
Todays Chiropr: Jul-Aug 1993(22:93): 7-10 5999 THE BEGINNING OF KNOWING, PART II
  • Williams SE
Todays Chiropr: Jul-Aug 1993(22:93): 76-77 6013 MEDICAL DOCTORS SEEKING TO EXPAND PRACTICES TAKE AIM AT ALL AGE GROUPS
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Todays Chiropr: Jul-Aug 1993(22:93): 80-81 6015 MAINSTREAMING - NOW COMES THE DIFFICULT PART
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Todays Chiropr: Jul-Aug 1993(22:93): 87-88 6018 NO MERCY, PLEASE!
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Todays Chiropr: Jul-Aug 1993(22:93): 105 6024 POSSIBLY TRUE?
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Todays Chiropr: Jan-Feb 1993(22:1): 52 6431 STRAIGHT TALK
Todays Chiropr: Jan-Feb 1993(22:1): 94-97 6442 HOMEOSTASIS AND THE NEED FOR REFORMS
  • Beasley J
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J Manipulative Physiol Ther: Jun 1993(16:5): 319-326 6074 METAPHYSICS, RATIONALITY AND SCIENCE
  • Coulter ID
J Manipulative Physiol Ther: Jul-Aug 1993(16:6): 419-425 5993 ALTERNATIVE PHILOSOPHICAL AND INVESTIGATORY PARADIGMS FOR CHIROPRACTIC
  • Coulter ID
J Manipulative Physiol Ther: Jan 1993(16:1): 58 6396 COMMENTARY: SHADES OF STRAIGHT--DIVERSITY AMONG THE PURISTS [LETTER]
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J Chiropr Humanit: 1993(3:1): 3-8 6453 CHIROPRACTIC "PHILOSOPHY"
  • Wardwell WI
J Chiropr Humanit: 1993(3:1): 42-55 6456 THE COGNITIVE ROOTS OF CHIROPRACTIC THEORIES AND TECHNIQUES
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J Chiropr Humanit: 1993(3:1): 56-61 6457 PALMER'S PRINCIPLE OF TONE: OUR METAPHYSICAL BASIS
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J Chiropr Humanit: 1993(3:1): 65-77 6458 A QUESTION OF EVIDENCE AND PROOF
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J Chiropr: Aug 1993(30:8): 5+ 5927 LETS MAKE UP OUR MINDS
  • Winkler KP
Eur J Chiropr: Dec 1993(41:3): 81-88 5657 SCIENTIFIC EPISTEMOLOGY AND THE STATUS OF CHIROPRACTIC: WE ARE WHAT WE DO
  • Keating JC Jr
Dig Chiropr Econ: Sep-Oct 1993(36:2): 14-17 5823 BRAIN, BODY AND CHIROPRACTIC, PART 1
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Dig Chiropr Econ: Sep-Oct 1993(36:2): 18-26 5824 BEYOND THE MECHANICAL SUBLUXATION: THE SCIENCE, ART AND PHILOSOPHY OF COMPREHENSIVE CHIROPRACTIC, PART 3
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Dig Chiropr Econ: Nov-Dec 1993(36:3): 28-31 5714 BRAIN, BODY AND CHIROPRACTIC, PART 2
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Dig Chiropr Econ: Nov-Dec 1993(36:3): 74-75 5720 "Innate" chiropractic vs. "scientific" chiropractic
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Dig Chiropr Econ: May-Jun 1993(35:6): 44-53 6119 BEYOND THE MECHANICAL SUBLUXATION: THE SCIENCE, ART AND PHILOSOPHY OF COMPREHENSIVE CHIROPRACTIC, PART 1
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Dig Chiropr Econ: Jul-Aug 1993(36:1): 34-41 5955 BEYOND THE MECHANICAL SUBLUXATION: THE SCIENCE, ART AND PHILOSOPHY OF COMPREHENSIVE CHIROPRACTIC, PART 2
  • Liu R
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Chiropr Tech: Nov 1993(5:4): 189 5705 WHY CHIROPRACTORS SHOULD EMBRACE IMMUNIZATION [LETTER]
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Chiropr Tech: May 1993(5:2): 68-74 6100 WHY CHIROPRACTORS SHOULD EMBRACE IMMUNIZATION
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Chiropr J Aust: Dec 1993(23:4): 136-140 5650 ACCEPTANCE AND IDENTITY: THE CONUNDRUM OF CONTEMPORARY CHIROPRACTIC
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Am Chiropr: Sep-Oct 1993(15:5): 20-24+ 5810 AN OBJECTIVE CHIROPRACTIC MODEL
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Am Chiropr: Sep-Oct 1993(15:5): 26-28 5811 THEORIES
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Am Chiropr: Nov-Dec 1993(15:6): 14-16 5690 INNATE KNOWING: PART II
  • Harrison E
Am Chiropr: May-Jun 1993(15:3): 41-42+ 6090 INNATE EXPLORATION
  • Harrison E
Am Chiropr: Mar-Apr 1993(15:2): 47-48+ 6204 WHAT DEGREE THE MIND?
  • Harrison E
Am Chiropr: Jul-Aug 1993(15:4): 36-39+ 5947 INNATE KNOWING: YOU'VE SURELY EXPERIENCED IT...
  • Harrison E
Am Chiropr: Jan-Feb 1993(15:1): 45-46 6355 THE QUEST FOR INNATE
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Todays Chiropr: Nov-Dec 1992(21:6): 10-11 6626 MERCY STANDARDS UNFAIR [LETTER]
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Todays Chiropr: Nov-Dec 1992(21:6): 11 6627 THE MERCY GUIDELINES DEBATE [LETTER]
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Todays Chiropr: Nov-Dec 1992(21:6): 32-36 6663 BREAKTHROUGH TO EXCELLENCE-MAKE LIFE EXTRAORDINARY
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Todays Chiropr: Nov-Dec 1992(21:6): 38-40 6664 ONE CAUSE-IT'S AS SIMPLE AS THAT
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Todays Chiropr: Nov-Dec 1992(21:6): 42-43 6665 THE FUTURE OF CHIROPRACTIC IS YOU!
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Todays Chiropr: Nov-Dec 1992(21:6): 44-45 6666 A "straight" point of view
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Todays Chiropr: Nov-Dec 1992(21:6): 74-79 6673 HOMEOSTASIS AND THE NEED FOR REFORMS (PART ONE OF TWO)
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Todays Chiropr: May-Jun 1992(21:3): 11-12 7156 WHAT CURED THEM? A CASE FOR INNATE
Todays Chiropr: May-Jun 1992(21:3): 70-71 7180 TWO NEW SCHISMS IN CHIROPRACTIC
  • Barge FH
Todays Chiropr: May-Jun 1992(21:3): 76-80 7182 THE INCREDIBLE POWER WITHIN YOU
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Todays Chiropr: Mar-Apr 1992(21:1): 10 7303 THE FUNDAMENTAL PRINCIPLES [LETTER]
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Todays Chiropr: Jul-Aug 1992(21:4): 56 7006 D.C.'S DAUGHTER EXPRESSES WORLD VIEW IN ESSAY
Todays Chiropr: Jul-Aug 1992(21:4): 64-71 7014 DEMANDING EXCELLENCE IN CHIROPRACTIC RESEARCH IN THE 21ST CENTURY
  • Leach RA
Todays Chiropr: Jan-Feb 1992(21:1): 7-9 7457 CHIROPRACTIC'S MACHIAVELLIAN DILEMMA: IT DEMANDS A CHANGE NOW!
  • Williams SE
Todays Chiropr: Jan-Feb 1992(21:1): 13 7459 LETTER TO FRED BARGE
  • Tickel WE
Todays Chiropr: Jan-Feb 1992(21:1): 16+ 7471 RESTART THE FIRE
  • Koren T
Todays Chiropr: Jan-Feb 1992(21:1): 46-51 7480 HIT AND MYTH
  • Charlton KH
Todays Chiropr: Jan-Feb 1992(21:1): 86-88 7487 EDUCATING THE NEXT GENERATION
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Philos Constructs Chiropr Prof: 1992(2:1): 3-8 7508 USES AND ABUSES OF PHILOSOPHY IN CHIROPRACTIC
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Philos Constructs Chiropr Prof: 1992(2:1): 9-19 7509 The evolution of Palmer's metaphors and hypotheses
  • Keating JC Jr
Philos Constructs Chiropr Prof: 1992(2:1): 21-25 7510 THE TROUBLE WITH INNATE AND THE TROUBLE THAT CAUSES
  • Donahue JH
Philos Constructs Chiropr Prof: 1992(2:1): 26-30 7511 PROBLEMS WITH PARADIGMATIC KNOWLEDGE
  • Rock BA
Philos Constructs Chiropr Prof: 1992(2:1): 32-35 7512 THE PHILOSOPHY OF THE SCIENCES OF CHIROPRACTIC
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Philos Constructs Chiropr Prof: 1992(2:1): 37-40 7513 CONCERNING CHIROPRACTIC EXPERTISE
  • Craton EF
J Manipulative Physiol Ther: Oct 1992(15:8): 542-545 6724 ART, SCIENCE AND PHILOSOPHY: ENTHUSIASM AND THE UNTESTABLE
  • Mootz RD
J Manipulative Physiol Ther: Mar-Apr 1992(15:3): 203-209 7298 SHADES OF STRAIGHT: DIVERSITY AMONG THE PURISTS
  • Keating JC Jr
J Manipulative Physiol Ther: Jun 1992(15:5): 293-298 7080 USING THE KAMINSKI MODEL FOR EVALUATING PHILOSOPHICAL THOUGHT
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J Manipulative Physiol Ther: Jul-Aug 1992(15:6): 407-408 6978 Shades of straight: Diversity among purists [letter]
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J Manipulative Physiol Ther: Jul-Aug 1992(15:6): 408 6979 SHADES OF STRAIGHT: DIVERSITY AMONG PURISTS [LETTER]
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J Manipulative Physiol Ther: Feb 1992(15:2): 136 7393 STOP PARADIGM EROSION [LETTER; COMMENT]
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Dig Chiropr Econ: Sep-Oct 1992(35:2): 24-28 6745 A PRIVATE PRACTITIONER'S VIEW OF CHIROPRACTIC PHILOSOPHY
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Dig Chiropr Econ: May-Jun 1992(34:6): 24-25 7114 ON THE PURPOSE OF CHIROPRACTIC
  • Hart JF
Dig Chiropr Econ: Jan-Feb 1992(34:4): 14-17 7406 THE QUANTUM LEAP IN CHIROPRACTIC
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Chiropr J Aust: Sep 1992(22:3): 105-106 6741 COMMENTARY: A PERSPECTIVE IN MANAGED CARE
  • Hug PR
Chiropr J Aust: Mar 1992(22:1): 1 7232 A TIME FOR CHOICES: POLEMICS, PROCRASTINATION OR PROGRESS?
  • Chance MA
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Am Chiropr: Sep-Oct 1992(14:8): 43-46 6733 ARE WE LIMITING CHIROPRACTIC TO GAIN ACCEPTANCE?
  • Harrison E
Am Chiropr: Sep-Oct 1992(14:8): 47-49 6734 IN SEARCH OF EXCELLENCE...OR EXCESS?
  • Smith JC
Am Chiropr: Nov-Dec 1992(14:9): 21-28 6543 AMERICAN HEALTH CARE - EITHER BLIND PREJUDICE, MALPRACTICE OR FRAUD
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Am Chiropr: Nov-Dec 1992(14:9): 48-50 6547 LISTENING
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Am Chiropr: May 1992(14:5): 5-10 7090 CRISIS IN HEALTH CARE: A CHIROPRACTIC PERSPECTIVE
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Am Chiropr: May 1992(14:5): 39-40 7097 COMPLETE HEALING
  • Harrison E
Am Chiropr: Mar 1992(14:3): 25-30 7221 FOCUS
  • Harrison E
Am Chiropr: Mar 1992(14:3): 31+ 7227 HELP BUILD CHIROPRACTIC
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Am Chiropr: Jun 1992(14:6): 14-16 7029 IMAGE OR ACCIDENT?
  • Harrison E
Am Chiropr: Jun 1992(14:6): 31-33 7033 SYMPTOM OF WHAT?
  • Perdian T
Am Chiropr: Jul-Aug 1992(14:7): 28-29 6907 IN TUNE WITH THE INFINITE
  • Harrison E
Am Chiropr: Feb 1992(14:2): 18-24 7351 NEW YEAR RESOLUTION TIME
  • Wilk CA
Am Chiropr: Feb 1992(14:2): 25-29 7352 BLOCKS
  • Harrison E
Am Chiropr: Apr 1992(14:4): 28-32 7196 AFFIRMATIONS
  • Harrison E
Todays Chiropr: Nov-Dec 1991(20:6): 70 7692 IS THERE A TRUE CHIROPRACTIC PHILOSOPHY?
  • Barge FH
Todays Chiropr: Jan-Feb 1991(20:1): 7 8418 LYCEUM: CHIROPRACTORS HAVE ALWAYS SAID NO TO DRUGS - AND STILL DO
  • Williams SE
Philos Constructs Chiropr Prof: 1991(1:1): 3-5 8439 PHILOSOPHICAL QUESTIONS FOR THE CHIROPRACTIC PROFESSION
  • Winterstein JF
Philos Constructs Chiropr Prof: 1991(1:1): 6-10 8440 CHIROPRACTIC CLINICAL PURPOSE: PRIMARY CARE OF LIMITED SPECIALTY
  • Cassata DM
Philos Constructs Chiropr Prof: 1991(1:1): 11-13 8441 A VIEW ON VALUES
Philos Constructs Chiropr Prof: 1991(1:1): 14-17 8442 The knowledge of our knowledge
  • McAndrews JF
Philos Constructs Chiropr Prof: 1991(1:1): 18-20 8443 A TRAVELER'S GUIDE TO PHILOSOPHY FOR THE CHIROPRACTIC PROFESSION
  • Charlton K
Philos Constructs Chiropr Prof: 1991(1:1): 21-24 8444 ARE PHILOSOPHERS JUST SCIENTISTS WITHOUT DATA?
  • Donahue JH
Philos Constructs Chiropr Prof: 1991(1:1): 25 8445 CAN CHIROPRACTIC BE A PHILOSOPHICAL DISCIPLINE?
  • Lawrence DJ
Philos Constructs Chiropr Prof: 1991(1:1): 28-32 8446 PHILOSOPHICAL CONSTRUCTS FOR CHIROPRACTIC
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Philos Constructs Chiropr Prof: 1991(1:1): 33-36 8447 THE WARFARE OF SCIENCE WITH PHILOSOPHY IN CONTEMPORARY CHIROPRACTIC
  • Bachop W
Philos Constructs Chiropr Prof: 1991(1:1): 37-40 8448 IS TRADITIONAL "CHIROPRACTIC PHILOSOPHY" VALID TODAY?
  • Winterstein JF
J Manipulative Physiol Ther: Sep 1991(14:7): 437-440 7830 COMMENTARY: BELIEF IN SCIENCE AND MEDICINE [LETTER; COMMENT]
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  • Keating JC Jr
J Manipulative Physiol Ther: Oct 1991(14:8): 488-490 7752 COMMENTARY: STOP PARADIGM EROSION [LETTER; COMMENT]
  • Keating JC Jr
  • Masarsky CS
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J Manipulative Physiol Ther: Nov-Dec 1991(14:9): 538 7676 IS THERE A CHIROPRACTIC SCIENCE? [LETTER; COMMENT]
  • Keating JC Jr
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J Manipulative Physiol Ther: May 1991(14:4): 269-272 8135 PHILOSOPHY OF SCIENCE AND CHIROPRACTIC RESEARCH
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J Manipulative Physiol Ther: Jun 1991(14:5): 323-326 8057 STOP PARADIGM EROSION
  • Masarsky CS
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J Manipulative Physiol Ther: Jun 1991(14:5): 328-329 8059 IS THERE A CHIROPRACTIC SCIENCE? [LETTER; COMMENT]
  • Barge FH
  • Keating JC Jr
J Manipulative Physiol Ther: Feb 1991(14:2): 150-153 8348 BELIEF IN SCIENCE AND MEDICINE
  • Borregard PE
Chiropr Tech: Nov 1991(3:4): 177-181 7663 ACADEMIC PHILOSOPHY IN CHIROPRACTIC: AN OVERVIEW
  • Donahue JH
J Chiropr Educ: Jun 1991(5:1): 26-30 8050 CHIROPRACTIC THEORY: GUIDING PRINCIPLES FOR CHIROPRACTIC EDUCATION
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ICA Rev: Sep-Oct 1991(47:5): 13-17 7793 CHIROPRACTIC IDENTITY: CRISIS AND OPPORTUNITY
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Eur J Chiropr: Dec 1991(39:3): 75-89 7561 THE EMBRYOLOGY OF CHIROPRACTIC THOUGHT
  • Keating JC Jr
Eur J Chiropr: Dec 1991(39:3): 115 18821 Letter to the editor
  • Keating JC Jr
Dig Chiropr Econ: May-Jun 1991(33:6): 33 8086 THE BUSINESS OF CHIROPRACTIC
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CRJ: 1991(2:1): 1-3 8434 GOOD PHILOSOPHY PRODUCES GOOD SCIENCE
  • Williams SE
Chiropr J Aust: Sep 1991(21:3): 102-107 7769 PARADIGMS FOR CHIROPRACTIC RESEARCH
  • Cahill DN
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Chiropr J Aust: Jun 1991(21:2): 56-57 8008 QUESTIONING CHIROPRACTIC PHILOSOPHY
  • Albury WR
Chiropr J Aust: Jun 1991(21:2): 58-62 8009 HIT AND MYTH
  • Charlton KH
Chiropr J Aust: Jun 1991(21:2): 63-68 8010 THE PALMER PHILOSOPHY OF CHIROPRACTIC - AN HISTORICAL PERSPECTIVE
  • Richards DM
Chiropr J Aust: Dec 1991(21:4): 129-131 7535 CHIROPRACTIC PHILOSOPHY HAS NO FUTURE
  • Coulter ID
Chiropr J Aust: Dec 1991(21:4): 132-135 7536 CHIROPRACTIC PHILOSOPHY: IS IT RELEVANT TODAY?
  • Cerutty MR
Chiropr J Aust: Dec 1991(21:4): 136-141 7538 AN INSTITUTIONAL PHILOSOPHY OF CHIROPRACTIC
  • Coulter ID
Chiropr J Aust: Dec 1991(21:4): 142-143 7539 AN INSTITUTIONAL PERSPECTIVE ON CHIROPRACTIC PHILOSOPHY
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Chiropr J Aust: Dec 1991(21:4): 144-148 7540 AN INSTITUTIONAL PERSPECTIVE OF PHILOSOPHY IN THE CHIROPRACTIC CURRICULUM
  • Kleynhans AM
Chiropr J Aust: Dec 1991(21:4): 149-152 7541 SOCIOLOGY AND PHILOSOPHY OF CHIROPRACTIC
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Chiropr J Aust: Dec 1991(21:4): 153-160 7542 CHIROPRACTIC PHILOSOPHY VERSUS A PHILOSOPHY OF CHIROPRACTIC: THE SOCIOLOGICAL IMPLICATIONS OF DIFFERING PERSPECTIVES
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Chiropr J Aust: Dec 1991(21:4): 161-167 7544 DEVELOPING PHILOSOPHY IN CHIROPRACTIC
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Chiropr J Aust: Dec 1991(21:4): 168-175 7546 LOOKING TO THE FUTURE: FROM CHIROPRACTIC PHILOSOPHY TO THE PHILOSOPHY OF CHIROPRACTIC
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Chiropr J Aust: Dec 1991(21:4): 176-178 7547 A POX ON ALL YOUR HOUSES
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Chiropr J Aust: Dec 1991(21:4): 179-185 7548 A QUEST FOR BETTER QUESTIONS
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Am Chiropr: Sep 1991(13:): 21-24 7759 WORKING WITH PEOPLE
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Am Chiropr: Sep 1991(13:): 33-50 7761 ART AND CHIROPRACTIC: CHIROPRACTIC IN ART
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Am Chiropr: Oct 1991(13:): 18-22 7701 DRIVING FEARS
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Am Chiropr: Nov 1991(13:): 32-38 7602 WHAT IS CHIROPRACTIC?
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Am Chiropr: May 1991(13:): 23-25 8066 PRACTICAL ADVANTAGES FOR ALL CHIROPRACTIC TECHNIQUES FROM INTACT SPINE=MENINGEAL SYSTEMS EVALUATIONS
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Am Chiropr: May 1991(13:): 29-31 8068 TYPES OF PERSONALITY
  • Harrison E
Am Chiropr: Mar 1991(13:): 35-36 8204 WHY EDUCATED?
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Am Chiropr: Dec 1991(13:): 32-33 7521 WHY SOME FOLKS DON'T GET BETTER: THOUGHTS FOR FRUSTRATED DOCTORS
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Am Chiropr: Dec 1991(13:): 34-36 7522 THE INNATE CONNECTION
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Am Chiropr: Aug 1991(13:): 35-36 7856 INNATE EXPECTATIONS
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Am Chiropr: Apr 1991(13:): 43+ 8163 CHALLENGING THOUGHTS
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Am J Chiropr Med: Dec 1990(3:4): 152-154 8461 ECLECTIC CHIROPRACTIC
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Am J Chiropr Med: Sep 1990(3:3): 132-133 8713 THE SCIENCE OF CHIROPRACTIC REVISITED [LETTER; COMMENT]
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Am J Chiropr Med: Jun 1990(3:2): 55-56 8979 THE SCIENCE OF CHIROPRACTIC REVISITED [EDITORIAL]
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Am J Chiropr Med: Jun 1990(3:2): 84-92 8985 OF CLOUDS AND CLOCKS AND CHIROPRACTORS: TOWARD A THEORY OF IRRATIONALITY
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Am J Chiropr Med: Jun 1990(3:2): 93-100 8986 THE SCIENCE OF CHIROPRACTIC
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Todays Chiropr: Sep-Oct 1990(19:5): 7-9 8792 LYCEUM: MORE THAN JUST A NUMBERS GAME
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Todays Chiropr: Sep-Oct 1990(19:5): 84-86 8806 WHY WE DO WHAT WE DO
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Todays Chiropr: Nov-Dec 1990(19:6): 7-8 8622 LYCEUM: CROSSING THE RIVER
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Todays Chiropr: Nov-Dec 1990(19:6): 118 8645 THE FUTURE OF CHIROPRACTIC
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Todays Chiropr: May-Jun 1990(19:3): 7-10 9124 LYCEUM: INSTITUTIONAL AND PHILOSOPHICAL ISSUES: A NEW ERA AND NEW OPPORTUNITIES
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Todays Chiropr: Mar-Apr 1990(19:2): 7-10 9285 LYCEUM
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Todays Chiropr: Jan-Feb 1990(19:1): 7-10 9444 LYCEUM: A FAILED PROPOSITION
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Todays Chiropr: Jan-Feb 1990(19:1): 20-22+ 9446 PHILOSOPHY: DO YOU PRACTICE THESE FOUR FUNDAMENTALS?
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J Manipulative Physiol Ther: Nov-Dec 1990(13:9): 554-556 8619 COMMENTARY: THE CHIROPRACTIC PARADIGM [LETTER; COMMENT]
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J Manipulative Physiol Ther: Nov-Dec 1990(13:9): 556 8620 COMMENTARY: THE CHIROPRACTIC PARADIGM [LETTER]
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J Manipulative Physiol Ther: May 1990(13:4): 234-235 9120 THE INFLUENCE OF POLITICAL MEDICINE ON CHIROPRACTIC DOGMA: APPLICATIONS FOR SCIENTIFIC DEVELOPMENT [LETTER; COMMENT]
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J Manipulative Physiol Ther: Jun 1990(13:5): 279-287 9058 THE CHIROPRACTIC PARADIGM
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J Manipulative Physiol Ther: Jan 1990(13:1): 47-48 9439 BEYOND THE THEOSOPHY OF CHIROPRACTIC [LETTER; COMMENT]
  • Keating JC Jr
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J Chiropr Educ: Dec 1990(4:3): 89-93 8526 BRAND NAME TECHNIQUES AND THE CONFIDENCE GAP
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J Chiropr: Jul 1990(27:7): 23-28 8919 PHILOSOPHY AND THE FUTURE OF CHIROPRACTIC
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J Can Chiropr Assoc: Dec 1990(34:4): 187-188 8495 TOWARD A CLINICAL PHILOSOPHY WITHIN THE DISCIPLINE OF CHIROPRACTIC
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J Can Chiropr Assoc: Dec 1990(34:4): 189-193 8496 DEMANDING EXCELLENCE IN THE 21ST CENTURY
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J Can Chiropr Assoc: Dec 1990(34:4): 194-205 8497 PHILOSOPHY OF CHIROPRACTIC: LESSONS FROM THE PAST - GUIDANCE FOR THE FUTURE
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J Can Chiropr Assoc: Dec 1990(34:4): 212-216 8499 APPLYING `SCIENCE' IN CHIROPRACTIC CLINICAL PRACTICE
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J Aust Chiropr Assoc: Jun 1990(20:2): 70-1 9015 THE ROLE OF CHIROPRACTIC, BY L.W. RUTHERFORD
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J Aust Chiropr Assoc: Dec 1990(20:4): 121 8484 BABIES, BATHS AND BALLS OF WAX
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J Aust Chiropr Assoc: Dec 1990(20:4): 129-134 8486 WHERE CHIROPRACTIC AND PHILOSOPHY MEET
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ICA Rev: Nov-Dec 1990(46:6): 9-11 8580 OUR CHIROPRACTIC NEIGHBORHOOD
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Dig Chiropr Econ: Sep-Oct 1990(33:2): 106-117 8733 MEDICINE VS. CHIROPRACTIC: A RHETORICAL ANALYSIS
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Dig Chiropr Econ: Nov-Dec 1990(33:2): 46+ 8564 CHIROPRACTIC'S PARADIGM SHIFT
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Chiropr Tech: Aug 1990(2:3): 78-85 8834 TRADITIONAL BARRIERS TO STANDARDS OF KNOWLEDGE PRODUCTION IN CHIROPRACTIC [EDITED PROCEEDINGS OF THE CONSENSUS CONFERENCE...]
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Chiropr Hist: Jun 1990(10:1): 19-22 8988 CONTEMPORARY STUDENT ATTITUDES ON CHIROPRACTIC PHILOSOPHY
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Chiropr Hist: Dec 1990(10:2): 23-30 8466 RATIONALISM AND EMPIRICISM VS. THE PHILOSOPHY OF SCIENCE IN CHIROPRACTIC
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Am Chiropr: Sep 1990(12:9): 34 8704 THE POWER OF THE MIND
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Am Chiropr: Oct 1990(12:10): 32-33 8653 SICKNESS BENEFITS
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Am Chiropr: Nov 1990(12:11): 7-13 8528 INTERVIEW WITH DR. EDDIE HARRISON
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Am Chiropr: May 1990(12:5): 28-30 9066 PREJUDICE
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Am Chiropr: Mar 1990(12:3): 27-30 9185 RHYTHM & BURNOUT
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Am Chiropr: Jun 1990(12:6): 40-43 8976 CHIROPRACTIC'S PAST DOES NOT EQUAL ITS FUTURE - CAN YOU ANSWER THESE QUESTIONS?
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Am Chiropr: Jun 1990(12:6): 45-47 8977 INNATE ADVERTISING
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Am Chiropr: Jul 1990(12:7): 26-31 8875 OLD-TIME HEALING
  • Harrison E
Am Chiropr: Jan 1990(12:1): 18-19 9375 AWAKENING THE SLEEPING GIANT WITHIN YOU AND THE CHIROPRACTIC PROFESSION
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Am Chiropr: Jan 1990(12:1): 28+ 9377 THE INTERVIEW
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Am Chiropr: Feb 1990(12:2): 22-28 9312 EIGHT REQUIREMENTS
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Am Chiropr: Feb 1990(12:2): 29-34 9313 A REVOLUTIONARY NEW CHIROPRACTIC DEVELOPMENT IN STRESS MANAGEMENT TECHNOLOGY
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Am Chiropr: Dec 1990(12:12): 24-27 8453 BE YOURSELF
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Am Chiropr: Apr 1990(12:4): 36-39 9140 THE WILL TO LIVE
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Am J Chiropr Med: Jun 1989(2:2): 51-53 10125 A PROPOSAL FOR THE DEVELOPMENT OF A CONTEMPORARY PHILOSOPHY OF CHIROPRACTIC
  • Donahue JH
Am J Chiropr Med: Jun 1989(2:2): 64-66 10128 THE CHIROPRACTIC WARS OR THE ENEMY WITHIN
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Am J Chiropr Med: Mar 1989(2:1): 31-32 10423 INNATE INTELLIGENCE [LETTER]
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Todays Chiropr: May-Jun 1989(18:3): 96-97 10311 WHAT ARE YOUR VALUES?
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Todays Chiropr: May-Jun 1989(18:3): 7-9 10312 LYCEUM: IF IT AIN'T BROKE, DON'T FIX IT
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Todays Chiropr: Mar-Apr 1989(18:2): 31-33 10515 PRESERVING THE "ART" OF CHIROPRACTIC
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Todays Chiropr: Jul-Aug 1989(18:4): 96-97 10103 CHIROPRACTIC ADJUSTMENT? - IT'S NOT JUST SEMANTICS
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Todays Chiropr: Jan-Feb 1989(18:1): 47-49 10727 VISION: RELEASING THE POWER OF INNATE
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Todays Chiropr: Jan-Feb 1989(18:1): 7-9 10728 LYCEUM: TAKE TWO ASPIRIN
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Okla Chiropr J: Winter 1989(1:2): 12 10701 CHIROPRACTIC PHILOSOPHY: WHAT'S THE BIG IDEA??
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J Manipulative Physiol Ther: Oct 1989(12:5): 393-98 9741 THE INFLUENCE OF POLITICAL MEDICINE ON CHIROPRACTIC DOGMA: IMPLICATIONS FOR SCIENTIFIC DEVELOPMENT
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J Manipulative Physiol Ther: Jun 1989(12:3): 236-37 10198 A PIECE OF MY MIND [LETTER; COMMENT]
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J Manipulative Physiol Ther: Dec 1989(12:6): 496-97 9585 COMMENTARY: BEYOND THE THEOSOPHY OF CHIROPRACTIC [LETTER; COMMENT]
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J Manipulative Physiol Ther: Aug 1989(12:4): 320-22 9977 COMMENTARY: BEYOND THE THEOSOPHY OF CHIROPRACTIC [LETTER]
J Manipulative Physiol Ther: Apr 1989(12:2): 147-50 10378 BEYOND THE THEOSOPHY OF CHIROPRACTIC
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J Chiropr Res: Summer 1989(5:4): 107-109 10500 ANTE-PALMERIAN CHIROPRACTIC: A CHIROPRACTIC NIGHTMARE
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J Chiropr: Jul 1989(26:7): 35-38 10071 UNDERSTANDING THE CHIROPRACTOR
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J Can Chiropr Assoc: Dec 1989(33:4): 184-86 9545 A SURVEY OF PHILOSOPHICAL BARRIERS TO RESEARCH IN CHIROPRACTIC.
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J Aust Chiropr Assoc: Mar 1989(19:1): 1 10465 TOWARD 2000: BURYING THE BONES OF CONTENTION
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J Aust Chiropr Assoc: Jun 1989(19:2): 45 10153 CHIROPRACTIC PHILOSOPHY - STUMBLING-BLOCK OR STEPPING-STONE?
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J Aust Chiropr Assoc: Jun 1989(19:2): 46-48 10154 TRIBES AND PARADOXES: THE CONSTRUCTION OF A CHIROPRACTIC SCIENTIFIC KNOWLEDGE BASE
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ICA Rev: Sep-Oct 1989(45:4): 31 9833 THE ROLE OF CHIROPRACTIC, BY LEONARD W. RUTHERFORD.
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ICA Rev: May-Jun 1989(45:3): 7 10267 DISTINCTION AND EXTINCTION
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ICA Rev: May-Jun 1989(45:3): 8-9 10268 KEEPING ICA SEPARATE AND DISTINCT
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ICA Rev: May-Jun 1989(45:3): 31-33 10270 CHIROPRACTIC ADJUSTMENT OR SPINAL MANIPULATION: IT'S NOT JUST SEMANTICS
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ICA Rev: Mar-Apr 1989(45:2): 7 10457 A CALL TO CLOSE THE RANKS
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ICA Rev: Mar-Apr 1989(45:2): 8-9 10458 VIEWPOINT: WHERE WE ARE COMING FROM
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ICA Rev: Jul-Aug 1989(45:4): 7 10055 PHILOSOPHY, POWER, POLITICS, DRUGS, ICA
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ICA Rev: Jul-Aug 1989(45:4): 11-13 10056 SHOULD DCS PRESCRIBE DRUGS?
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ICA Rev: Jul-Aug 1989(45:4): 13 10057 SHOULD DCS PRESCRIBE DRUGS?
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ICA Rev: Jul-Aug 1989(45:4): 15-16 10058 SHOULD DCS PRESCRIBE DRUGS?
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ICA Rev: Jul-Aug 1989(45:4): 17-19 10059 SHOULD DCS PRESCRIBE DRUGS?
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ICA Rev: Jul-Aug 1989(45:4): 19 10060 SHOULD DCS PRESCRIBE DRUGS?
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Dig Chiropr Econ: Sep-Oct 1989(32:2): 17-18 9776 THE FUTURE OF CHIROPRACTIC - A MASTERPIECE
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Dig Chiropr Econ: Sep-Oct 1989(32:2): 70-72 9792 UNDERSTANDING THE CHIROPRACTOR
  • Simmons JH
Dig Chiropr Econ: Sep-Oct 1989(32:2): 70-72 9817 UNDERSTANDING THE CHIROPRACTOR.
  • Simmons JH
Dig Chiropr Econ: Nov-Dec 1989(32:3): 119 9631 THE ROLE OF CHIROPRACTIC BY LEONARD W. RUTHERFORD
Dig Chiropr Econ: Nov-Dec 1989(32:3): 26,28-29 9634 MANY THINGS AFFECT YOUR ATTRACTION VALUE.
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Dig Chiropr Econ: May-Jun 1989(31:6): 12 10246 CARE--THE CHIROPRACTIC BYWORD
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Dig Chiropr Econ: Mar-Apr 1989(31:5): 14+ 10427 CHIROPRACTIC: A DISCUSSION OF ITS ORGANIZATION AND DISORGANIZATION, CAUSE AND EFFECT
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Dig Chiropr Econ: Mar-Apr 1989(31:5): 28+ 10430 THE METABOLIC PRACTICE
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Dig Chiropr Econ: Mar-Apr 1989(31:5): 119-20 10445 MODERN CHIROPRACTIC? WHAT IS IT?
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Dig Chiropr Econ: Mar-Apr 1989(31:5): 134-35 10452 DON'T MISS THE BOAT
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Dig Chiropr Econ: Mar-Apr 1989(31:5): 136-37 10453 WHERE HAVE WE BEEN...WHERE ARE WE GOING?
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Dig Chiropr Econ: Jan-Feb 1989(31:4): 14-15+ 10641 ANATOMICAL AND PHYSIOLOGICAL DETERMINANTS OF CHIROPRACTIC THEORY: AN OVERVIEW
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Chiropr: Jul 1989(2:3): 84 10005 THE OPENING OF THE CHIROPRACTIC MIND BY PAUL SMALLIE
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Chiropr: Jan 1989(2:1): 8 10638 WHAT IS CHIROPRACTIC?
  • Jaskoviak PA
Chiropr Tech: Feb 1989(1:1): 23-29 10550 PHILOSOPHICAL BARRIERS TO TECHNIQUE RESEARCH IN CHIROPRACTIC
  • Keating JC Jr
Ann Swiss Chiropr Assoc: 1989(9:): 7-29 10731 SOME CRITICAL REFLECTIONS ON SUBLUXATIONS AND ADJUSTMENTS
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Ann Swiss Chiropr Assoc: 1989(9:): 31-42 10732 CHIROPRACTIC THEORIES CONFRONTED WITH THEIR PRACTICAL APPLICATION: A MISSING LINK
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Am Chiropr: Sep 1989(:): 64-66 9756 THE PRACTICAL SIDE
  • Harrison E
Am Chiropr: Oct 1989(:): 64-66 9704 AFFIRMATIONS AND IMAGES
  • Harrison E
Am Chiropr: Nov 1989(:): 58 9599 FROM EMOTION TO DISEASE
  • Harrison E
Am Chiropr: Mar 1989(:): 66+ 10405 I WANT TO LIVE!
  • Harrison E
Am Chiropr: Jul 1989(:): 58-61 9993 A MESSAGE FROM THE BOSS
  • Harrison E
Am Chiropr: Feb 1989(:): 44-46 10525 THE FUTURE OF CHIROPRACTIC: A MASTERPIECE
  • Hayes DJ
Am Chiropr: Dec 1989(:): 69+ 9483 CHIROPRACTIC FIRST
  • Harrison E
Am Chiropr: Aug 1989(:): 62-65 9922 FOCUS
  • Harrison E
Am Chiropr: Apr 1989(:): 52-55 10328 THE BUCK STARTS HERE
  • Harrison E
Am Chiropr: Apr 1989(:): 87 10336 VIEWPOINT: CHIROPRACTIC'S "CATCH 22"
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Am J Chiropr Med: Dec 1988(1:4): 202-203 10787 DIS-EASE IN OUR PRINCIPLES: THE CASE AGAINST INNATE INTELLIGENCE [LETTER]
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  • Keating JC Jr
Am J Chiropr Med: Sep 1988(1:3): 103-105 11048 CHIROPRACTIC CLINICAL RESEARCH: A HIGH PRIORITY OBJECTIVE
  • Hildebrandt RW
Am J Chiropr Med: Sep 1988(1:3): 107-10 11049 SCIENCE AND POLITICS AND THE SUBLUXATION
  • Keating JC Jr
Am J Chiropr Med: Sep 1988(1:3): 139-40 11057 DIS-EASE IN OUR PRINCIPLES [LETTER]
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Am J Chiropr Med: Jun 1988(1:2): 86-88 11350 DIS-EASE IN OUR PRINCIPLES THE CASE AGAINST INNATE INTELLIGENCE
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Am J Chiropr Med: Mar 1988(1:1): 1-3 11580 THE AMERICAN JOURNAL OF CHIROPRACTIC MEDICINE
  • Hildebrandt RW
Am J Chiropr Med: Mar 1988(1:1): 17-23 11583 THE CHIROPRACTIC PRACTITIONER-SCIENTIST: AN OLD IDEA REVISITED
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Am J Chiropr Med: Mar 1988(1:1): 41-43 11586 EINE KLEINE NACHT MUSING
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Todays Chiropr: Nov-Dec 1988(17:6): 77 10951 A CHIROPRACTOR'S RESPONSE TO THE SPARTANBURG HERALD-JOURNAL
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Todays Chiropr: Jan-Feb 1988(17:1): 51-52+ 11840 WHAT IS "MODERN CHIROPRACTIC"?
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J Manipulative Physiol Ther: Oct 1988(11:5): 438-40 11012 BASIC VS. APPLIED SCIENCE
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J Manipulative Physiol Ther: Oct 1988(11:5): 456-57 11023 THE CHIROPRACTIC WARS [LETTER]
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J Manipulative Physiol Ther: Feb 1988(11:1): 48-50 11752 THE CHIROPRACTIC WARS [LETTER]
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J Manipulative Physiol Ther: Aug 1988(11:4): 325-28 11214 WHICH PHILOSOPHY OF CHIROPRACTIC?
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ICA Rev: Nov-Dec 1988(44:6): 7 10906 ECLECTIC OR ADJUSTIC CHIROPRACTIC
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Dig Chiropr Econ: Sep-Oct 1988(31:2): 12-13+ 11071 THE CHIROPRACTIC MODEL OF HEALTH: A PERSONAL PERSPECTIVE
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Dig Chiropr Econ: Sep-Oct 1988(31:2): 76-80+ 11081 THE ROLE OF A NONSURGICAL APPROACH BY CHIROPRACTORS
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Dig Chiropr Econ: May-Jun 1988(30:6): 122 11456 CAN WE KEEP THE PATIENT WELL? THE STAY-PUT VALUE
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Dig Chiropr Econ: May-Jun 1988(30:6): 124-26 11458 AN ART, A SCIENCE, AN EXPLANATION
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Dig Chiropr Econ: Mar-Apr 1988(30:5): 17-20 11596 PSYCHOPHYSIOLOGICAL ASPECTS OF THE SUBLUXATION, PART I
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Dig Chiropr Econ: Mar-Apr 1988(30:5): 124 11612 DEFINING THE USE OF PHARMACEUTICALS
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Dig Chiropr Econ: Jul-Aug 1988(31:1): 74-78+ 11270 ENERGY, MATTER AND LIFE
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Dig Chiropr Econ: Jan-Feb 1988(30:4): 44-45 11789 ACUPUNCTURE AND D.D. PALMER
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Am Chiropr: Sep 1988(:): 83-84 11044 NATURAL LAWS OF HEALING
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Am Chiropr: Oct 1988(25:10): 20-22 10960 DR. FRED BARGE ICA PRESIDENT
Am Chiropr: Oct 1988(25:10): 32-34 10963 CHIROPRACTIC AND THE SCIENCE OF ERGONOMICS
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Am Chiropr: Oct 1988(25:10): 70-72 10977 INNATE DREAMS
  • Harrison E
Am Chiropr: Nov 1988(:): 44-46+ 10873 THE ORIGINATIVE FACTOR
  • Harrison E
Am Chiropr: May 1988(:): 71-72 11431 VIVID IMAGINATION
  • Harrison E
Am Chiropr: Mar 1988(:): 6 11561 VIEWPOINT COLUMNIST OF THE MONTH: ADJUSTMENT IS NOT MANIPULATION
  • Barge FH
Am Chiropr: Jun 1988(:): 55-56 11337 CHANGING THE VIBRATION
  • Harrison E
Am Chiropr: Jul 1988(:): 24-32 11227 HOSPITAL PRIVILEGES: WHO SHOULD DECIDE WHAT THEY INCLUDE? THE M.D. OR D.C.?
  • Eubank BC
Am Chiropr: Jul 1988(:): 69-70 11238 NATURAL LAWS OF HEALING
  • Harrison E
Am Chiropr: Feb 1988(:) 11702 VIEWPOINT COLUMNIST OF THE MONTH, PAUL A. JASKOVIAK: ANOTHER NEW JOURNAL?
Am Chiropr: Feb 1988(:): 58-60 11711 C.A. PHILOSOPHY 101-A
  • Harrison E
Am Chiropr: Dec 1988(:): 53+ 10769 THE SUBTLE CAUSE
  • Harrison E
Am Chiropr: Dec 1988(:): 58-59 10771 A GRAPHIC ILLUSTRATION INTEGRATING THE THREE THERAPEUTIC MODALITIES
  • Kimmel EH
Am Chiropr: Aug 1988(:): 62-63 11178 THE INNATE CONNECTION
  • Harrison E
Am Chiropr: Apr 1988(:): 48 11515 IF ONLY WE WOULD TAKE THE TIME
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Am Chiropr: Apr 1988(:): 71 11519 THEY NEED US
  • Harrison E
Todays Chiropr: Sep-Oct 1987(16:4): 7-9 12206 CONFLICT AND CONSCIENCE
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Todays Chiropr: Nov-Dec 1987(16:5): 77-78+ 12056 THE PHENOMENON OF NEUROLOGICAL ANALYSIS
  • Toftness IN
Todays Chiropr: Mar-Apr 1987(16:1): 7+ 12692 LYCEUM: THE ENEMY WITHIN
  • Williams SE
Todays Chiropr: Jul-Aug 1987(16:3): 7-9 12366 RESPICE FINEM
  • Williams SE
Todays Chiropr: Dec-Jan 1987(15:6): 7-8 11934 PULL YOU OWN STRINGS
  • Williams SE
Todays Chiropr: Dec-Jan 1987(15:6): 11 11935 HOSPITAL PRIVILEGE AT WHAT COST?
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Todays Chiropr: Dec-Jan 1987(15:6): 60-63+ 11947 THE ENTERTAINERS D.C.: DEVELOPING AN ARTISTIC SENSE
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J Manipulative Physiol Ther: Feb 1987(10:1): 25-29 12743 FIVE CONTRIBUTIONS TO A PHILOSOPHY OF THE SCIENCE OF CHIROPRACTIC
  • Keating JC Jr
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J Manipulative Physiol Ther: Apr 1987(10:2): 80-81 12581 SCIENCE AND MEDICINE [LETTER]
  • Keating JC Jr
J Aust Chiropr Assoc: Jun 1987(17:2): 46-48 12408 ESSAY: DATA AND DOGMA: THE USE AND ABUSE OF INFORMATION
  • Charlton KH
J Aust Chiropr Assoc: Dec 1987(17:4): 125 11884 BIRDS, BEES AND BALANCE
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Dig Chiropr Econ: Sep-Oct 1987(30:2): 12 12130 ART OF CHIROPRACTIC, SCIENCE AND PHILOSOPHY OF MEDICINE
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Dig Chiropr Econ: Sep-Oct 1987(30:2): 43-44 12135 THE NEW/OLD CHIROPRACTIC PHILOSOPHY: FORTY YEARS IN CHIROPRACTIC
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Dig Chiropr Econ: Sep-Oct 1987(30:2): 64-65 12141 THE VITALISTIC PRACTITIONER
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Dig Chiropr Econ: Sep-Oct 1987(30:2): 67-68 12142 A CHIROPRACTIC TRAGEDY?
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Dig Chiropr Econ: Sep-Oct 1987(30:2): 78-79+ 12146 THE CHIROPRACTIC CHALLENGE: MANIPULATE OR ADJUST
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Dig Chiropr Econ: Mar-Apr 1987(29:5): 56+ 12617 CONFESSIONS OF A STRAIGHT MIXER
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Dig Chiropr Econ: Jan-Feb 1987(29:4): 14-17 12775 AN ANALYSIS OF THE REPRESENTATION OF CHIROPRACTIC IN POPULAR COLLEGE HEALTH TEXTBOOKS
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Dig Chiropr Econ: Jan-Feb 1987(29:4): 66 12788 THOUGHTS ON CHIROPRACTIC RESEARCH
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Dig Chiropr Econ: Jan-Feb 1987(29:4): 128-29 12797 CHIROPRACTIC ... A PANACEA FOR LIFE
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Chiropr Aust: Sep 1987(7:3): 27 12125 LIFE WITHOUT FEAR BY F.H. BARGE
Chiropr Aust: Sep 1987(7:3): 17-19 12127 CHIROPRACTIC - THE PROFESSION THAT CARES FOR YOUR SPINE?
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Am Chiropr: Oct 1987(:): 36 12068 LIFE WITHOUT FEAR: CHIROPRACTIC'S MAJOR PHILOSOPHICAL TENETS BY FRED H. BARGE
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Am Chiropr: Oct 1987(:): 46 12072 THE BODY/MIND CONNECTION: THE POWER OF BELIEF
  • Harrison E
Am Chiropr: Nov 1987(:): 5 11963 VIEWPOINT: COLUMNIST OF THE MONTH, STEPHEN J. PRESS
  • Press SJ
Am Chiropr: Nov 1987(:): 70 11977 ARE YOU THE DOCTOR, DOCTOR?
  • Barge FH
Am Chiropr: Nov 1987(:): 76 11979 THE BODY/MIND CONNECTION: THE POWER OF PERSONAL MAGNETISM
  • Harrison E
Am Chiropr: Nov 1987(:): 85-87 11981 THE MONSTER SYNDROME: THE SUCCESSFUL DC'S TRAP
  • Fernandez PG
Am Chiropr: May 1987(:): 68-81+ 12464 CHIROPRACTIC MUST HAVE PROMISE TO SURVIVE
  • Watkins CO
Am Chiropr: May 1987(:): 72 12465 THE BODY/MIND CONNECTION: RELATIVELY SPEAKING
  • Harrison E
Am Chiropr: Mar 1987(:): 76 12596 THE BODY/MIND CONNECTION: CHANGING CONCEPTS
  • Harrison E
Am Chiropr: Jun 1987(:): 70 12387 THE BODY/MIND CONNECTION: CHIROPRACTIC DEFINITIONS
  • Harrison E
Am Chiropr: Jul 1987(:): 58 12282 THE BODY/MIND CONNECTION: AUTOSUGGESTION
Am Chiropr: Jan 1987(:): 46 12752 THE BODY/MIND CONNECTION: SCIENCE AND INNATE
  • Harrison E
Am Chiropr: Jan 1987(:): 47-48 12753 THE CHALLENGE IN CHIROPRACTIC
  • Ostroff C
Am Chiropr: Feb 1987(:): 76+ 12726 ARE YOU THE DOCTOR, DOCTOR?
  • Barge FH
Am Chiropr: Aug 1987(:): 50-52 12237 ARE YOU THE DOCTOR, DOCTOR?
  • Barge FH
Am Chiropr: Aug 1987(:): 54 12238 THE BODY/MIND CONNECTION: PHYSIOLOGY AND THE INNATE
  • Harrison E
Am Chiropr: Apr 1987(:): 7+ 12542 CORNERSTONE: TERRY YOCHUM, D.C., D.A.C.B.R.
Am Chiropr: Apr 1987(:): 79+ 12557 ARE YOU THE DOCTOR, DOCTOR?
  • Barge FH
Todays Chiropr: Sep-Oct 1986(15:5): 7+ 13077 FEAR OF PEOPLE
  • Williams SE
Todays Chiropr: Sep-Oct 1986(15:5): 87 13105 A SPIRITUAL LIFT FOR THE D.C.
  • Corbin B
Todays Chiropr: May-Jun 1986(15:3): 7 13349 A NEW CONCEPT FOR WELLNESS THAT ENABLES THE BODY TO ALWAYS BE IN PEAK CONDITION
  • Williams SE
Todays Chiropr: Jul-Aug 1986(15:4): 93-94 13215 IN MY TIME
  • Emery B
J Manipulative Physiol Ther: Sep 1986(9:3): 181-82 13067 SCIENCE, MEDICINE AND CHIROPRACTIC THEORY
  • Hildebrandt RW
J Chiropr: Sep 1986(23:9): 46+ 13061 A TIME FOR FRANKNESS
  • Blits J
J Chiropr: Sep 1986(23:9): 47+ 13062 A TIME FOR FAIRNESS
  • Savage LJ
J Chiropr: Aug 1986(23:8): 5+ 13124 ACTING - NOT REACTING - THE HALLMARK OF THE NEW GENERATION
  • Winterstein JF
J Aust Chiropr Assoc: Sep 1986(16:3): 95-98 13030 THE NATURE AND ENVIRONMENT OF KNOWLEDGE PRODUCTION, CHIROPRACTIC THEORY AND FUTURE PROGRESS
  • Charlton KH
Eur J Chiropr: Mar 1986(34:1): 40-45 13443 CHIROPRACTIC, AN ILLEGITIMATE CHILD OF SCIENCE? I. DE NERVORUM DESCRIPTIO
  • Gaucher-Peslherbe PL
Eur J Chiropr: Jun 1986(34:2): 98-106 13242 CHIROPRACTIC, AN ILLEGITIMATE CHILD OF SCIENCE? II. DE OPPROBRIA MEDICORUM
  • Gaucher-Peslherbe PL
Dig Chiropr Econ: Sep-Oct 1986(29:2): 76+ 13005 THE HAND AND THE MIND
  • Bornstein M
Dig Chiropr Econ: May-Jun 1986(28:5): 14-15+ 13300 CHIROPRACTIC TECHNIQUES: A COMMON GROUND -- THE THERAPEUTIC ROLE OF EXPLANATION
  • Slosberg M
Dig Chiropr Econ: May-Jun 1986(28:5): 50-51 13309 IS CHIROPRACTIC GOING DOWN THE UP STAIRCASE?
  • Lindsey DC
Dig Chiropr Econ: Mar-Apr 1986(28:5): 140 13441 PRACTICALLY SPEAKING
  • O'Connor L
Dig Chiropr Econ: Jan-Feb 1986(28:4): 12+ 13568 BEING THE BEST DOCTOR THAT YOU CAN BE
  • Anderson FM
Dig Chiropr Econ: Jan-Feb 1986(28:4): 124-25+ 13587 THE CHIROPRACTIC ENIGMA: AN OVERVIEW AND ANSWER
  • Grossman BN
Chiropr Hist: 1986(6:): 30-36 13644 D.D. PALMER AND INNATE INTELLIGENCE: DEVELOPMENT, DIVISION AND DERISION
  • Donahue J
Chiropr Hist: 1986(6:): 56-62 13647 BEES IN HIS BONNET: D.D. PALMER'S STUDENTS AND THEIR EARLY IMPACT
  • Gromala T
Chiropr Hist: 1986(6:): 64-74 13649 A bibliography of the Green Books in print, 1906-1985
  • Lykins MR
  • Wiese GC
Chiropr Aust: Mar 1986(6:1): 9 13416 CHIROPRACTIC AND THE GOLD STANDARD
  • Charlton KH
Chiropr Aust: Mar 1986(6:1): 32-33 13421 THE DOCTOR
  • Barge FH
Am Chiropr: Mar 1986(:): 26+ 13403 PHILOSOPHY OF THE SCIENCE OF CHIROPRACTIC: A QUIZ
  • Keating JC Jr
  • Mootz RD
Am Chiropr: Jun 1986(:): 52-53 13230 ARE YOU THE DOCTOR, DOCTOR?
  • Barge FH
Am Chiropr: Jan 1986(:): 38+ 13563 REVIEW OF THE LITERATURE SUPPORTING A SCIENTIFIC BASIS FOR THE CHIROPRACTIC SUBLUXATION COMPLEX
  • Dishman R
Am Chiropr: Jan 1986(:): 68-69 13567 ARE YOU THE DOCTOR, DOCTOR?
  • Barge FH
Am Chiropr: Aug 1986(:): 52-54 13113 ADAPTABILITY: THE ESSENCE OF CHIROPRACTIC
  • McAulay BJ
Am Chiropr: Apr 1986(:): 44 13382 RE-EXAMINING INNATE
  • Harrison E
Am Chiropr: Apr 1986(:): 88-89 13388 ARE YOU THE DOCTOR, DOCTOR?
  • Barge FH
Todays Chiropr: Sep-Oct 1985(14:4): 25-26 13955 WILL THERE BE CHIROPRACTIC TOMORROW?
  • Moon DK
Todays Chiropr: Sep-Oct 1985(14:4): 94 13979 LIVING UP TO... YOUR RESPONSIBILITIES
  • Dieter CF
Todays Chiropr: May-Jun 1985(14:2): 27 14208 CHIROPRACTORS ARE PRIMARY HEALTH CARE PROVIDERS: STRUGGLING WITH THE DEFINITION
  • Koren T
Todays Chiropr: Jul-Aug 1985(14:3): 31+ 14066 REFLECTING ON CHIROPRACTIC PRINCIPLES
  • Kuxhaus RL
Todays Chiropr: Jan-Feb 1985(14:1): 27-28 14450 THE ONE-HUNDREDTH MONKEY: A STUDENT'S VIEW
  • Rodgers NM
J Manipulative Physiol Ther: Mar 1985(8:1): 17-22 14351 CHIROPRACTIC AND MEDICAL MODELS OF HEALTH CARE--A CONTEMPORARY PERSPECTIVE
  • Jamison JR
J Chiropr: May 1985(22:2): 46-48 14192 MEDICINE AND CHIROPRACTIC--A VIEW FROM THE FENCE: A CHIROPRACTOR LOOKS AT MEDICINE
  • Zarett AJ
J Chiropr: Jan 1985(22:1): 5+ 14433 THE TIMES OF OUR LIVES
  • Selby LR
J Chiropr: Apr 1985(22:4): 24-29 14250 INESCAPABLE IMPERATIVES AND RESPONSIBILITIES: A LOOK AT IMPERATIVE CONFRONTING CHIROPRACTIC AND CHALLENGING ITS VERY EXISTENCE
  • Janse J
J Aust Chiropr Assoc: Jun 1985(15:2): 46-47 14106 VIEWPOINT: DO IMAGES OBSURE THE ISSUES?
  • Walker GR
Dig Chiropr Econ: Sep-Oct 1985(28:2): 80 13873 SELECTIVE PHARMACEUTICAL RIGHTS
  • De Broder CF
Dig Chiropr Econ: Nov-Dec 1985(28:2): 31+ 13738 WHILE DARING GREATLY
  • Frigard LT
Dig Chiropr Econ: May-Jun 1985(27:6): 122-25 14178 THE CHIROPRACTIC EPITOME, CONDENSED FROM "HOW TO BE UP NO MATTER WHAT'S GOING DOWN
  • Coffman T
Dig Chiropr Econ: Jan-Feb 1985(27:4): 46-48 14414 THE SUBLUXATION - WHAT IS IT?
  • Mega JJ
Dig Chiropr Econ: Jan-Feb 1985(27:4): 51-53 14415 THE POWER OF INNATE
  • Vahl RJ
Ann Swiss Chiropr Assoc: 1985(8:): 47-52 14465 CONSIDERATIONS ON THE ALLEGED EFFECTS OF MANIPULATION AND THE RELATIVE IRRELEVANCE OF THE CHIROPRACTIC LESION IN THE TREATMENT OF PAIN
  • Valentini E
Am Chiropr: Nov 1985(:): 74-75 13730 ARE YOU THE DOCTOR, DOCTOR?
  • Barge FH
Am Chiropr: Jun 1985(:): 44+ 14092 ARE YOU THE DOCTOR, DOCTOR?
  • Barge FH
Am Chiropr: Dec 1985(:): 45-47+ 13661 STUMBLING BLOCKS OR STEPPING STONES
  • Gelardi TA
Am Chiropr: Aug 1985(:): 30+ 13986 ARE YOU THE DOCTOR, DOCTOR?
  • Barge FH
J Chiropr: Jan 1984(21:1): 15 23498 Chiropractic medicine [letter]
  • Roumpakis NJ
Eur J Chiropr: Sep 1984(32:3): 160-163 23372 Chiropractic: a scientific discipline of manipulative healing -- its known and unknown
  • Fong HC
Eur J Chiropr: Mar 1984(32:1): 1-3 23350 107 Postgraduate courses!!!! [editorial]
  • Gillet H
Eur J Chiropr: Mar 1984(32:1): 4-42 23351 A comparison of four chiropractic systems in the diagnosis of sacroiliac malfunction
  • Maltezopoulos V
  • Armitage N
Am Chiropr: Mar-Apr 1984(:): 14-16,18-20 23048 Cornerstone: Paul Jaskoviak, D.C. [interview]
Chiropr Hist: 1981(1:1): 25-29 20053 The structural approach to chiropractic: From Willard Carver to present practice
  • Rosenthal MJ
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