Index to Chiropractic Literature
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Journal ID Article Title Author(s)
J Can Chiropr Assoc: May 2018(62:1): Online access only p 26-41 25208 A comparison of the clinical manifestation and pathophysiology of myofascial pain syndrome and fibromyalgia: Implications for differential diagnosis and management / [Comparaison des manifestations cliniques et de la physiopathologie du syndrome de douleur myofasciale à celles de la fibromyalgie : incidence sur le diagnostic différentiel et la prise en charge]
  • Bourgaize S
  • Newton G
  • Kumbhare D
  • Srbely J
J Manipulative Physiol Ther: May 2018(41:4): 265-293 25197 Spinal manipulative therapy and other conservative treatments for low back pain: A guideline from the Canadian Chiropractic Guideline Initiative
  • Bussières AE
  • Stewart G
  • Al-Zoubi F
  • Decina P
  • Descarreaux M
  • Haskett D
  • Hincapié C
  • Pagé I
  • Passmore S
  • Srbely J
  • Stupar M
  • Weisberg J
  • Ornelas J
J Can Chiropr Assoc: Dec 2017(61:3): Online access only p 190–195 25099 Informing a research agenda for the Canadian chiropractic profession / [Informer les chiropraticiens canadiens d’un programme de recherche]
  • French SD
  • Parkes R
  • Bruno P
  • Passmore S
  • Hayden JA
  • Srbely J
  • Kawchuk G
Chiropr & Manual Ther: 38 2017(25:): Online access only 8 p 25055 Research priorities of the Canadian chiropractic profession: A consensus study using a modified Delphi technique
  • French SD
  • Beliveau PJH
  • Bruno P
  • Passmore SR
  • Hayden JA
  • Srbely J
  • Kawchuk GN
J Can Chiropr Assoc: Aug 2017(61:2): Online access only p 96–105 24915 Associations between low back pain and depression and somatization in a Canadian emerging adult population / [Associations entre la lombalgie, la dépression et la conversion au sein d’une population adulte émergente Canadienne]
  • Robertson D
  • Kumbhare D
  • Nolet P
  • Srbely J
  • Newton G
J Manipulative Physiol Ther: Oct 2016(39:8): 523-564;e27 24567 The treatment of neck pain–associated disorders and whiplash-associated disorders: A clinical practice guideline [from the Canadian Chiropractic Guideline Initiative (CCGI)]
  • Bussières AE
  • Stewart G
  • Al-Zoubi F
  • Decina P
  • Descarreaux M
  • Hayden J
  • Hendrickson B
  • Hincapié C
  • Pagé I
  • Passmore S
  • Srbely J
  • Stupar M
  • Weisberg J
  • Ornelas J
J Can Chiropr Assoc: Jun 2016(60:2): Online access only p 137–145 24502 Effect of two consecutive spinal manipulations in a single session on myofascial pain pressure sensitivity: A randomized controlled trial
  • Laframboise MA
  • Vernon H
  • Srbely J
J Can Chiropr Assoc: Jun 2013(57:2): 111-115 22912 Knowledge transfer within the Canadian chiropractic community. Part 1: Understanding evidence-practice gaps
  • Kawchuk G
  • Bruno P
  • Busse JW
  • Bussières A
  • Erwin M
  • Passmore S
  • Srbely J
J Can Chiropr Assoc: Mar 2012(56:1): Online access only p. 5-7 22189 Commentary. Spinal manipulative therapy and its role in the prevention, treatment and management of chronic pain
  • Srbely J
J Can Chiropr Assoc: Sep 2010(54:3): 144-146 21362 Chiropractic science: A contemporary neurophysiologic paradigm [editorial]
  • Srbely J
J Can Chiropr Assoc: Mar 2008(52:1): 30-37 19934 Ultrasound in the management of osteoarthritis. Part 1: A review of the current literature [review]
  • Srbely J
J Can Chiropr Assoc: Jun 2005(49:2): 75 18231 CCA Young Investigator Award. Stimulation of myofascial trigger points causes systematic physiological effects [abstract]
  • Srbely J
  • Dickey JP
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