Index to Chiropractic Literature
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J Can Chiropr Assoc: Apr 2019(63:1): Online access only p 36-43 25710 Comparison of chiropractic student lexicon at two educational institutions: A cross-sectional survey / [Comparaison du lexique des étudiants en chiropratique dans deux établissements d’enseignement : étude transversale]
  • Gleberzon BJ
  • Pohlman KA
  • Russell E
J Chiropr Humanit: Dec 2018(25:): 10-21 25679 The chiropractic vertebral subluxation Part 1: Introduction
  • Senzon SA
J Chiropr Humanit: Dec 2018(25:): 22-35 25680 The chiropractic vertebral subluxation Part 2: The earliest subluxation theories from 1902 to 1907
  • Senzon SA
J Chiropr Humanit: Dec 2018(25:): 36-51 25681 The chiropractic vertebral subluxation Part 3: Complexity and identity from 1908 to 1915
  • Senzon SA
J Chiropr Humanit: Dec 2018(25:): 52-66 25682 The chiropractic vertebral subluxation Part 4: New perspectives and theorists from 1916 to 1927
  • Senzon SA
J Chiropr Humanit: Dec 2018(25:): 67-85 25683 The chiropractic vertebral subluxation Part 5: The first research era from 1928 to 1949
  • Senzon SA
J Chiropr Humanit: Dec 2018(25:): 86-98 25684 The chiropractic vertebral subluxation Part 6: Renaissance of D.D. Palmer’s paradigm from 1949 to 1961
  • Senzon SA
J Chiropr Humanit: Dec 2018(25:): 99-113 25685 The chiropractic vertebral subluxation Part 7: Technics and models from 1962 to 1980
  • Senzon SA
J Chiropr Humanit: Dec 2018(25:): 114-129 25686 The chiropractic vertebral subluxation Part 8: Terminology, definitions, and historicity from 1966 to 1980
  • Senzon SA
J Chiropr Humanit: Dec 2018(25:): 130-145 25687 The chiropractic vertebral subluxation Part 9: Complexes, models, and consensus from 1979 to 1995
  • Senzon SA
J Chiropr Humanit: Dec 2018(25:): 146-168 25688 The chiropractic vertebral subluxation Part 10: Integrative and critical literature from 1996 and 1997
  • Senzon SA
Chiropr Hist: Winter 2018(38:2): 14-18 25393 The Nicetas Code Manuscript: Hippocratic 10th century writings in the Biblioteca Medicea Laurenziana
  • Bovine G
Chiropr & Manual Ther: 2018(26:24): Online access only 13 p 25238 The prevalence of the term subluxation in chiropractic degree program curricula throughout the world
  • Funk MF
  • Frisina-Deyo AJ
  • Mirtz TA
  • Perle SM
Chiropr Hist: Summer 2018(38:1): 12-19 25218 From the Greek exarthrema, pararthrema, to the Latin luxatio, subluxatio: Origins and early definitions of the word 'subluxation'
  • Bovine G
Chiropr J Aust: 2017(45:2): Online access only p 90-130 24875 Terminology relating to the vertebral subluxation complex and the manipulative sciences. Part 2 [Part 2 of 2]
  • Rome PL
J Chiropr Humanit: Dec 2016(23:1): Online access only p 46-52 24673 Analysis and adjustment of vertebral subluxation as a separate and distinct identity for the chiropractic profession: A commentary
  • Hart J
J Can Chiropr Assoc: Jun 2016(60:2): Online access only p 190–194 24508 Subluxation and semantics: A corpus linguistics study
  • Budgell B
Top Integr Health Care: 2014(5:4): Online access only 10 p 23957 A qualitative analysis of various definitions of integrative medicine and health
  • Rosenthal B
  • Lisi AJ
Chiropr Hist: Summer 2014(34:1): 21-27 23855 Analyzing a unique controlled vocabulary: Chiropractic subject headings [ChiroSH] - Past, present and future
  • Hardy SB
Chiropr J Aust: Mar 2013(43:1): 33-34 22852 RE: Eaton, S. Commentary: The double edged sword of chiropractic semantics. Chiropr J Aust; 2012; 42:141-2 [letter]
  • Dulhunty J
  • Richards D
J Can Chiropr Assoc: Mar 2013(57:1): Online access only p 49-55 22713 A diachronic study of the language of chiropractic
  • Budgell BS
  • Kwong A
  • Millar N
Chiropr & Manual Ther: 2013(21:4): Online access only, 10 p 22679 Extending ICPC-2 PLUS terminology to develop a classification system specific for the study of chiropractic encounters
  • Charity MJ
  • French SD
  • Forsdike K
  • Britt H
  • Polus B
  • Gunn J
J Chiropr Humanit: Dec 2012(19:1): Online access only p 24-35 22727 Conventional medical attitudes to using a traditional medicine vodou-based model of pain management: Survey of French dentists and the proposal of a pain model to facilitate integration
  • Sanou M
  • Jean A
  • Marjolet M
  • Pécaud D
  • Meas Y
  • Enguehard C
  • Moret L
  • Emane A
Chiropr J Aust: Dec 2012(42:4): 141-142 22668 Commentary. The double edged sword of chiropractic semantics
  • Eaton S
Top Integr Health Care: 2012(3:4): Online access only 10 p 22661 Research. Algorithms for the chiropractic management of acute and chronic spine-related pain
  • Baker GA
  • Farabaugh RJ
  • Augat TJ
  • Hawk C
J Can Chiropr Assoc: Sep 2012(56:3): Online access only p 179–191 22490 Fascia: A morphological description and classification system based on a literature review [review]
  • Kumka M
  • Bonar J
ICA Rev: 2011(66:1): 28-37 22797 Technique issues in chiropractic regulation
  • Hendrickson RM
  • Van Egmond C
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
Chiropr Dialog: Fal 2011(2011:3): Online access only p 70-76 22210 Education. Chiropractic’s history and future: Implications of the Council on Chiropractic Education’s revised standards
  • Gerdel A
Chiropr J Aust: Sep 2011(41:3): 83-94 22024 Towards defining unclassified symptoms: Eclectic conditions presenting in two chiropractic clinics
  • Rome PL
  • McKibbin M
Chiropr & Manual Ther: 2011(19:14): Online access only 20 p 21774 The prevalence of the term subluxation in North American English-language Doctor of Chiropractic programs
  • Mirtz TA
  • Perle SM
J Can Chiropr Assoc: Mar 2011(55:1): 56-60 21663 Quantitative corpus-based analysis of the chiropractic literature – A pilot study
  • Millar N
  • Budgell BS
  • Kwong A
J Chiropr Humanit: Dec 2010(17:1): 22-32 21535 Historical overview and update on subluxation theories
  • Vernon H
J Chiropr Humanit: Dec 2010(17:1): 33-39 21536 The great subluxation debate: A centrist's perspective
  • Good CJ
J Manipulative Physiol Ther: Nov-Dec 2010(33:9): 690-710 21514 Integrative health care under review: An emerging field
  • Coulter ID
  • Khorsan R
  • Crawford C
  • Hsiao AF
J Manipulative Physiol Ther: Jul 2010(33:6): 458-463 21354 Consensus terminology for stages of care: Acute, chronic, recurrent, and wellness
  • Dehen MD
  • Whalen WM
  • Farabaugh RJ
  • Hawk C
J Manipulative Physiol Ther: Nov-Dec 2009(32:9): 715-722 20857 The difference between integration and collaboration in patient care: Results from key informant interviews working in multiprofessional health care teams
  • Boon HS
  • Mior SA
  • Barnsley J
  • Ashbury FD
  • Haig R
J Manipulative Physiol Ther: Nov-Dec 2009(32:9): 799-803 20870 Commentary. Chiropractic practice in the Danish public health care sector: A reflection and clarification of context, terms of usage, and selected design considerations for a planned qualitative investigation
  • Myburgh C
J Chiropr Humanit: 2008(15:): 19-26 20335 Survey of US chiropractor attitudes and behaviors about subluxation
  • Smith M
  • Carber LA
Chiropr Hist: Winter 2007(27:2): 79-85 20150 Before chiropractors and osteopaths did anything, an English physician did it all: A comparative review of Edward Harrison's tome
  • McDowall D
J Chiropr Humanit: 2006(13:): Online access only 3 p 19403 What do symptoms mean to the chiropractor?
  • Amos MA
JACA Online: Apr 2006(43:3): Online access only p 15 19035 Terminology questioned [letter]
  • Jahn WT
Chiropr & Osteopat: 2006(14:1): Online access only 19 p 19175 Inappropriate use of the title chiropractor and term chiropractic manipulation in the peer-reviewed biomedical literature
  • Wenban AB
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 J Aust: Sep 2004(34:3): 120 17056 Subluxation research [letter; comment]
  • Bolton SP
Chiropr J Aust: Jun 2004(34:2): 75-77 16984 Subluxation research [letter; comment]
  • Keating JC Jr
  • Wenban AB
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): 30-34 16968 Commentary: The quest for better questions: Progress or sama sama?[corrected reprint of Mar 2004 article]
  • Ebrall P
J Am Chiropr Assoc: Feb 2004(41:2): 26-27 16572 Chiropractic philosophy and clinical technique: Critical thinking and technique systems
  • Perle SM
Chiropr J Aust: Dec 2003(33:4): 131-137 16940 Commentary: Subluxation-related research: Is it time to call it a day?
  • Wenban AB
Chiropr J Aust: Dec 2003(33:4): 159 16949 Subluxation revisited [letter]
  • Gatterman I
Chiropr J Aust: Sep 2003(33:3): 118-119 16936 Words as weapons in the politics of power [letter; comment]
  • Dulhunty J
Chiropr J Aust: Jun 2003(33:2): 41-42 16804 Subluxation revisited [editorial]
  • Gatterman I
Chiropr J Aust: Mar 2003(33:1): 30-32 16795 Words as weapons in the politics of power: A commentary on words, phrases, language and jargon [letter; comment]
  • Devereaux EP
  • Dulhunty J
  • Ebrall P
Chiropr J Aust: Mar 2003(33:1): 35-36 16797 Words as weapons in the politics of power: A commentary on words, phrases, language and jargon [letter; comment]
  • Bolton SP
  • Bateman W
J Chiropr Med: Dec 2003(2:4): 134-136 16710 It is time to think in different terms: Re-considering subluxation
  • Winterstein J
J Manipulative Physiol Ther: Oct 2003(26:8): 510-523 16485 Chiropractic--primary care, neuromusculoskeletal care, or musculoskeletal care? Results of a survey of chiropractic college presidents, chiropractic organization leaders, and connecticut-licensed doctors of chiropractic
  • Dueñas R
  • Carucci GM
  • Funk MF
  • Gurney MW
ICA Rev: Summer 2003(59:2): 35-39 16148 CHIROPRACTIC DEFINED
  • Sinnott R
Chiropr J Aust: Dec 2002(32:4): 135-138 16788 Words as weapons in the politics of power: A commentary on words, phrases, language and jargon
  • Bolton SP
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: Mar 2000(44:1): 9-18 15136 Subluxation: The silent killer [commentary]
  • Carter R
J Manipulative Physiol Ther: May 2000(23:4): 298-299 14756 Torque: an appraisal of misuse of terminology in chiropractic literature and technique [letter; comment]
  • Harrison DD
  • Herzog W
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 4 p 539 The subluxation complex
  • Faye LJ
JNMS: Jun 1999(7:2): 74-77 573 Practical statistical understandings for the practitioner
  • Wolk S
J Manipulative Physiol Ther: Jun 1999(22:5): 347-348 481 Commentary: torque misuse revisited [letter; comment]
  • Harrison DD
  • Herzog W
  • Troyanovich SJ
J Manipulative Physiol Ther: Feb 1999(22:2): 119-122 445 Joint complex dysfunction, a novel term to replace subluxation/subluxation complex: etiological and treatment considerations [letter; comment]
  • Conder B
  • Seaman DR
Chiropr Tech: Nov 1999(11:4): 147-156 415 Technique codification system
  • Dubarry E
Chiropr J Aust: Mar 1999(29:1): 1 193 Mind your language [editorial]
  • Chance MA
  • Peters RE
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: Dec 1998(5:4): 20-30 952 The international classification of disease: Its development, use, and application to the chiropractic patient presenting with lower back pain
  • Updyke WF
J Manipulative Physiol Ther: Nov-Dec 1998(21:9): 649-655 1011 Torque misuse revisited
  • Colloca CJ
  • Harrison DD
  • Troyanovich SJ
J Manipulative Physiol Ther: Jul-Aug 1998(21:6): 428-429 1314 Most commonly used methods of detecting spinal subluxation and the preferred term for its description: A survey of chiropractic in... [letter].
  • Grazier RB
  • Walker BF
J Manipulative Physiol Ther: Jan 1998(21:1): 57-59 1758 Torque: Misuse of a misused term
  • Herzog W
J Manipulative Physiol Ther: Nov-Dec 1997(20:9): 583-589 1996 Most commonly used methods of detecting spinal subluxation and the preferred term for its description: A survey of chiropractors in Victoria, Australia
  • Buchbinder R
  • Walker BF
J Manipulative Physiol Ther: Nov-Dec 1997(20:9): 634-644 2003 Joint complex dysfunction, a novel term to replace subluxation / subluxation complex: Etiological and treatment considerations
  • Seaman DR
J Manipulative Physiol Ther: May 1997(20:4): 279-284 2466 Proprioceptor: An obsolete, inacurate word
  • Seaman DR
J Chiropr Educ: Sep 1997(11:2): 80-81 2128 The effect of discontinuing an early - curriculum course in terminology : Addendum
  • Wolfenberger VA
Todays Chiropr: Jul-Aug 1996(25:4): 68-71 3213 History in the making: Chiropractic takes a giant step forward by developing a separate and distinct coding document
J Manipulative Physiol Ther: Sep 1996(19:7): 454-462 3053 Torque: An appraisal of misuse of terminology in chiropractic literature and technique
  • Harrison DD
  • Colloca CJ
  • Troyanovich SJ
  • Harrison DE
J Manipulative Physiol Ther: Nov-Dec 1996(19:9): 613-619 2925 To hunt the subluxation: Clinical research considerations
  • Keating JC Jr
J Manipulative Physiol Ther: May 1996(19:4): 278 3366 Misuse of the literature by medical authors in discussing spinal manipulative therapy injury [letter]
  • Assendelft WJJ
J Manipulative Physiol Ther: Feb 1996(19:2): 146-147 3550 Tender points/fibromyalgia vs. trigger points/myofascial pain syndrome: A need for clarity in terminology and differential diagnosis [letter; comment]
  • Perle SM
  • Schneider MJ
J Am Chiropr Assoc: Dec 1996(33:12): 7 2823 A BUMPY BUT SUCCESSFUL PATH.
  • Hegetschweiler K
J Am Chiropr Assoc: Aug 1996(33:8): 56 3135 E/M Coding Made Easy by James B. Davis [book review]
  • Grilliot JR
Chiropr Tech: Nov 1996(8:4): 186 2892 Usage of chiropractic terminology in the literature: 296 ways to say "subluxation": Complex issues of the vertebral subluxation [letter; comment]
  • Gatterman I
  • Rome PL
Chiropr Tech: May 1996(8:2): 49-60 3334 Usage of chiropractic terminology in the literature: 296 ways to say "subluxation": Complex issues of the vertebral subluxation
  • Rome PL
Chiropr Tech: Aug 1996(8:3): 139-140 3106 Usage of chiropractic terminology in the literature: 296 ways to say "subluxation": Complex issues of the vertebral subluxation [letter]
  • Rome PL
J Manipulative Physiol Ther: Jul-Aug 1995(18:6): 398-406 4143 Tender points/fibromyalgia vs. trigger points/myofascial pain syndrome: A need for clarity in terminology and differential diagnosis
  • Schneider MJ
Adv Chiropr: 1995(2:): 461-469 4670 Advances in subluxation terminology and usage
  • Gatterman I
COMSIG Rev: Nov 1994(3:3): 70-72 18355 SEMANTICS, PEDANTICS AND THE CHIROPRACTIC LESION: THE GREAT SUBLUXATION DEBATE [EDITORIAL]
  • Crawford C
J Manipulative Physiol Ther: Jun 1994(17:5): 302-309 5195 Development of chiropractic nomenclature through consensus
  • Gatterman I
  • Hansen DT
Chiropr J Aust: Sep 1994(24:3): 81 4897 What's in a name?
  • Chance MA
  • Peters RE
Chiropr J Aust: Sep 1994(24:3): 106-112 4902 Commentary: Chiropractic and the cul-de-sac complex
  • Ebrall PS
J Chiropr Educ: Jun 1993(7:1): 29-34 6069 THE USE OF THE GENERIC NOMENCLATURE OF CHIROPRACTIC TREATMENT PROCEDURES IN CHIROPRACTIC PUBLICATIONS
  • Bartol KM
ICA Rev: Sep-Oct 1993(49:5): 41-47 5838 AN ABBREVIATED GLOSSARY OF X-RAY TERMS
  • Kent C
Am Chiropr: Mar-Apr 1993(15:2): 6-14 6195 CURRENT PROCEDURAL TERMINOLOGY OR CONFUSING PROCEDURAL TERMINOLOGY OR CHIROPRACTIC PROCEDURAL TERROR
  • Murkowski KSJ
J Manipulative Physiol Ther: Feb 1992(15:2): 77-82 7382 Structured abstracts and the JMPT [editorial]
  • Lawrence DJ
J Chiropr Educ: Jun 1992(6:1): 31-37 7076 STORMING THE TOWER OF BABEL
  • Gatterman I
J Can Chiropr Assoc: Jun 1992(36:2): 102-104 7053 The vertebral subluxation syndrome: Is a rose by another name less thorny?
  • Gatterman I
J Manipulative Physiol Ther: Sep 1991(14:7): 436-437 7829 The subluxation complex does exist [letter; comment]
  • Keating JC Jr
  • Thomas JE
J Manipulative Physiol Ther: Mar-Apr 1991(14:3): 223-225 8277 Subluxation and research [letter; comment]
  • Balkwell E
  • Keating JC Jr
J Manipulative Physiol Ther: Jan 1991(14:1): 79 8412 A critical look at the subluxation hypothesis [letter; comment]
  • Nelson WA
Chiropr Tech: Nov 1991(3:4): 182 7664 MAINTENANCE CARE AND MECHANICALLY INDUCED SPINAL DEGENERATION [LETTER; COMMENT]
  • Good CJ
  • Wenban AB
Chiropr Tech: May 1991(3:2): 96-103 8128 STANDARD CHART ABBREVIATIONS IN CHIROPRACTIC PRACTICE
  • Hansen DT
  • Sollecito PC
J Manipulative Physiol Ther: Jul-Aug 1990(13:6): 350-353 8948 A critical look at the subluxation hypothesis [letter]
  • Keating JC Jr
Dig Chiropr Econ: Sep-Oct 1990(33:2): 52 8726 MUST WE FORSAKE CHIROPRACTIC TERMINOLOGY?
  • Degiacomo FP
J Can Chiropr Assoc: Sep 1989(33:3): 154 25131 Chiropractic terminology [letter]
  • Riddell WR
J Can Chiropr Assoc: Sep 1989(33:3): 154 25132 Chiropractic terminology [letter]
  • Keating JC Jr
  • Boline PD
J Can Chiropr Assoc: Mar 1989(33:1): 9-10 10477 Must we forsake chiropractic terminology? [editorial]
  • Degiacomo FP
ICA Rev: May-Jun 1989(45:3): 31-33 10270 CHIROPRACTIC ADJUSTMENT OR SPINAL MANIPULATION: IT'S NOT JUST SEMANTICS
  • Gregg RJ
Ann Swiss Chiropr Assoc: 1989(9:): 150-92 10738 THE NATURAL HISTORY OF A SPINAL DEGENERATIVE LESION
  • Sandoz R
Todays Chiropr: May-Jun 1988(17:3): 7-8 11489 CONSISTENT, PRECISE TERMINOLOGY WILL INCREASE CHIROPRACTIC'S ACCEPTANCE
  • Williams SE
J Manipulative Physiol Ther: Oct 1988(11:5): 443 11016 Treatment of lumbar motor unit instability with a custom orthosis: Clinical procedure [letter]
  • Bolton PS
J Manipulative Physiol Ther: Feb 1988(11:1): 1-2 11743 Toward a common language [editorial]
  • Lawrence DJ
J Manipulative Physiol Ther: Feb 1988(11:1): 31-35 11748 Nomenclatures of anatomical distortions of the spine: A comparison
  • Cashman SJ
J Manipulative Physiol Ther: Aug 1988(11:4): 330-332 11216 Toward a common language [letter]
  • Schafer RC
J Manipulative Physiol Ther: Aug 1988(11:4): 333-334 11219 Nomenclatures of anatomical distortion of the spine: A comparison [letter]
  • Milliron JR
J Manipulative Physiol Ther: Aug 1988(11:4): 338 11223 A critical look at the subluxation hypothesis: Commentary [letter]
  • Dickey JL
J Chiropr: Sep 1988(25:9): 68-70 11123 Chiropractic terminology: A report
J Chiropr: Oct 1988(25:10): 46+ 10997 CHIROPRACTIC TERMINOLOGY: A REPORT
J Chiropr: Jun 1988(25:6): 5,16 11374 CHIROPRACTIC DEFINITION GOES TO WORLD ORGANIZATION
  • Luedtke KL
J Chiropr Educ: Sep 1987(1:2): 8 12203 ANECDOTE OR CASE STUDY?
J Aust Chiropr Assoc: Jun 1987(17:2): 53-59 12406 COMMENTARY: ISN'T IT TIME TO ABANDON ANACHRONISTIC TERMINOLOGY
  • Bryner P
J Manipulative Physiol Ther: Jun 1985(8:2): 87-94 14143 A radiographic anthology of vertebral names
  • Yochum TR
  • Hartley B
  • Thomas DP
  • Guebert GM
J Manipulative Physiol Ther: Dec 1980(3:4): 244-252 25786 The tonic protective reflexes: A proposed nomenclature and classifications system
  • Irving RE
J Manipulative Physiol Ther: Dec 1979(2:4): 255 25804 Clarification of IVD herniation nomenclature [letter; comment]
  • Cassidy JD
  • Robertson JA
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