Index to Chiropractic Literature
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Journal ID Article Title Author(s)
J Manipulative Physiol Ther: Feb 2020(43:2): 134-143 26290 Changes in vertebral arterial blood flow during premanipulative tests in participants with upper cervical spine motion restriction
  • Lenaerts T
  • Molenaar W
  • Cattrysse E
J Manipulative Physiol Ther: Feb 2020(43:2): 144-151 26291 Changes in vertebral artery blood flow in different head positions and post–cervical manipulative therapy
  • Yelverton C
  • Wood JJ
  • Petersen DL
  • Peterson C
J Manipulative Physiol Ther: Feb 2020(43:2): 152-159 26292 The hemodynamic response of the vertebral artery to 3 time durations of the static stretching exercise in the end position of contralateral cervical rotation
  • Mahmoud WS
  • Kamel EM
  • Mahmoud MZ
  • Ahmed AS
J Manipulative Physiol Ther: Jan 2019(42:1): 66-74 25719 Changes in vertebral artery hemodynamics associated with McKenzie therapeutic cervical movements: An exploration using duplex ultrasound imaging
  • Al-Obaidi SM
  • Asbeutah AM
  • Alsiri NF
J Chiropr Med: Dec 2018(17:4): 231-236 25503 Vascular ultrasound measurements after atlas orthogonal chiropractic care in a patient with bow hunter syndrome [case report]
  • Rectenwald RJ
  • DeSimone CM
  • Sweat RW
Chiropr & Manual Ther: 2018(26:22): Online access only 3 p 25239 Spontaneous cervical artery dissection: A fluoroquinolone induced connective tissue disorder?
  • Demetrious JS
J Acad Chiropr Orthoped (JACO): Mar 2017(14:1): Online access only p 30-36 25478 Atypical presentation of a migraine in a chiropractic clinic: A case report
  • Neff SM
  • Garcia BC
J Manipulative Physiol Ther: May 2017(40:4): 255-262 24837 Test-retest reliability of measuring the vertebral arterial blood flow velocity in people with cervicogenic dizziness
  • Shum GL
  • Cinnamond S
  • Hough AD
  • Craven R
  • Whittingham W
Ann Vert Sublux Res: Spring 2016(2016:2): Online access only p 45-52 24796 Systematic review and meta-analysis of chiropractic care and cervical artery dissection: No evidence for causation [systematic review]
  • Church EW
  • Sieg EP
  • Zalatimo O
  • Hussain NS
  • Glantz M
  • Harbaugh RE
Chiropr & Manual Ther: 2016(24:42): Online access only 6 p 24586 Does case misclassification threaten the validity of studies investigating the relationship between neck manipulation and vertebral artery dissection stroke? Yes
  • Paulus JK
  • Thaler DE
Chiropr & Manual Ther: 2016(24:43): Online access only 6 p 24585 Does case misclassification threaten the validity of studies investigating the relationship between neck manipulation and vertebral artery dissection stroke? No
  • Murphy DR
  • Schneider MJ
  • Perle SM
  • Bise CG
  • Timko M
  • Haas M
Chiropr & Manual Ther: 2016(24:4): Online access only 7 p 24241 An anatomical study of arcuate foramen and its clinical implications: A case report
  • Afsharpour S
  • Hoiriis KT
  • Fox RB
  • Demons S
J Chiropr Med: Sep 2015(14:3): 183-190 24254 Chiropractic response to a spontaneous vertebral artery dissection [case report]
  • Tarola G
  • Phillips RB
J Chiropr Med: Dec 2014(13:4): 266-272 23872 Distal embolic brain infarction due to racanalization of asymptomatic vertebral artery occlusion resulting from cervical spine injury: A case report [case report]
  • Nakao Y
  • Terai H
J Chiropr Med: Jun 2014(13:2): 90-95 23523 Recognition of spontaneous vertebral artery dissection preempting spinal manipulative therapy: A patient presenting with neck pain and headache for chiropractic care [case report]
  • Mattox R
  • Smith LW
  • Kettner NW
J Manipulative Physiol Ther: Jan 2014(37:1): 22-31 23234 Changes in vertebral artery blood flow following various head positions and cervical spine manipulation
  • Quesnele JJ
  • Triano JJ
  • Noseworthy MD
  • Wells GD
J Can Chiropr Assoc: Dec 2013(57:4): 276-278 23155 Commentary. Cervical artery dissection: A biomechanical perspective
  • Symons B
  • Herzog W
Chiropr & Manual Ther: 2012(20:30): Online access only 15 p 22546 A replication of the study 'Adverse effects of spinal manipulation: A systematic review' [review]
  • Tuchin P
J Chiropr Med: Dec 2011(10:4): 283-287 22111 Vertebral artery dissection in a patient practicing self-manipulation of the neck [case report]
  • Mosby JS
  • Duray SM
J Manipulative Physiol Ther: Mar-Apr 2011(34:3): 201 21701 Preliminary report: biomechanics of vertebral artery segments C1 to C6 during cervical spine manipulation [letter]
  • Haynes MJ
J Manipulative Physiol Ther: Mar-Apr 2011(34:3): 201-202 21702 In reply [author's reply to: Preliminary report: Biomechanics of vertebral artery segments C1 to C6 during cervical spine manipulation. JMPT 2011; 34(3):201.[ [letter]
  • Herzog W
Clin Chiropr: Sep 2010(13:3): 239-242 21415 Erratum to “Lectures. Friday 14 May 2010” [Clin. Chiropractic 13 (2010) 73-96][Proceedings of the European Chiropractors' Union Convention, London, 13-15 May 2010] Session 1B: Achievements. 1B.5. Cervical manipulation and stroke: Where are we now? [meeting abstract]
  • Murphy DR
J Manipulative Physiol Ther: Jul 2010(33:6): 480 21357 Microstructural damage of arterial tissue due to repeated tensile strains [letter]
  • Haynes MJ
Chiropr & Osteopat: 2010(18:1): Online access only 30 p 21295 Current understanding of the relationship between cervical manipulation and stroke: What does it mean for the chiropractic profession?
  • Murphy DR
J Manipulative Physiol Ther: May 2010(33:4): 273-278 21124 Preliminary report: Biomechanics of vertebral artery segments C1-C6 during cervical spinal manipulation
  • Wuest S
  • Symons B
  • Leonard T
  • Herzog W
Clin Chiropr: Mar 2010(13:1): 85-88 21160 [Proceedings of the European Chiropractors' Union Convention, London, 13-15 May 2010] Session 1B: Achievements. 1B.5. Cervical manipulation and stroke: Where are we now? [meeting abstract]
  • Murphy DR
J Manipulative Physiol Ther: Mar-Apr 2010(33:3): 207-211 21052 Vertebral artery hypoplasia: Prevalence and reliability of identifying and grading its severity on magnetic resonance imaging scans
  • Peterson C
  • Phillips L
  • Linden A
  • Hsu W
J Manipulative Physiol Ther: Jan 2010(33:1): 14-19 20954 Microstructural damage in arterial tissue exposed to repeated tensile strains
  • Austin N
  • DiFrancesco LM
  • Herzog W
eJ Acad Chiropr Orthoped: Mar 2008(5:1): Online access only p. 16-19 20394 Clinical pearl. VAD: Vertebral artery dissection. Office procedure protocol
  • Van Campen P
J Chiropr Med: Sep 2007(6:3): 110-120 19849 The etiology of cervical artery dissection
  • Haneline MT
  • Rosner AL
J Can Chiropr Assoc: Sep 2007(51:3): 146-157 19707 A narrative review of pathophysiological mechanisms associated with cervical artery dissection [review]
  • Haneline M
  • Lewkovich GN
J Manipulative Physiol Ther: May 2006(29:4): 336-338 18975 An etiologic model to help explain the pathogenesis of cervical artery dissection: implications for cervical manipulation
  • Haldeman S
  • Rubinstein SM
  • van Tulder MW
J Manipulative Physiol Ther: Oct 2005(28:8): 617-622 18489 An analysis of the etiology of cervical artery dissections: 1994 to 2003
  • Lewkovich GN
  • Haneline MT
J Manipulative Physiol Ther: Jun 2005(28:5): 346-351 18155 A case of abnormal findings in the course of the vertebral artery associated with an ossified hyoid apparatus. a contraindication for manipulation of the cervical spine? [case report]
  • Cagnie B
  • Vinke E
  • Cambier D
  • D'Herde K
J Manipulative Physiol Ther: Jun 2005(28:5): 323-329 18158 Posterior ponticles and rotational stenosis of vertebral arteries. a pilot study using doppler ultrasound velocimetry and magnetic resonance angiography
  • Haynes MJ
  • Cala LA
  • Melsom A
  • Mastaglia FL
  • Milne N
  • McGeachie JK
J Manipulative Physiol Ther: Oct 2004(27:8): 536 18148 Spontaneous cervical artery dissections and implications for homocysteine [letter]
  • Hart J
J Manipulative Physiol Ther: Oct 2004(27:8): 526-532 18149 Flaws in a recent vertebral artery dissection study by Smith et al
  • Rosner AL
J Manipulative Physiol Ther: Nov-Dec 2004(27:9): 539-546 18085 Defining the effect of cervical manipulation on vertebral artery integrity: establishment of an animal model
  • Kawchuk GN
  • Wynd S
  • Anderson T
J Manipulative Physiol Ther: Jun 2004(27:5): 368-372 17264 The stroke issue: paucity of valid data, plethora of unsubstantiated conjecture
  • Chestnut JL
J Am Chiropr Assoc: May 2004(41:5): 18-21 16599 Ongoing stroke dialog: critique of the Canadian stroke consortium's spontaneous vs. traumatic arterial dissection study
  • Lewkovich GN
  • Haneline MT
J Am Chiropr Assoc: Feb 2004(41:2): 46-48 16577 Hautant's test
  • Miller KJ
J Manipulative Physiol Ther: Feb 2004(27:2): 124-132 16525 Spontaneous cervical artery dissections and implications for homocysteine
  • Rosner AL
J Manipulative Physiol Ther: Jan 2004(27:1): 67-68 16510 Internal forces sustained by the vertebral artery during spinal manipulative therapy [letter; comment]
  • Herzog W
  • Symons BP
  • Haynes M
J Manipulative Physiol Ther: Jan 2004(27:1): 69-70 16511 Internal forces sustained by the vertebral artery during spinal manipulative therapy [letter; comment]
  • Herzog W
  • Symons BP
  • Carstensen M
Todays Chiropr: Jul-Aug 2003(32:4): 18 17113 Research briefs: Chiropractic profession responds to stroke article
J Manipulative Physiol Ther: Oct 2003(26:8): 534--535 16489 Stroke after chiropractic manipulation as a result of extracranial postero-inferior dissection [letter; comment]
  • Sedat J
  • Haynes M
J Manipulative Physiol Ther: Jul-Aug 2003(26:6): 347-351 16293 Changes in vertebral artery blood flow following normal rotation of the cervical spine
  • Mitchell JA
J Manipulative Physiol Ther: Jun 2003(26:5): 338-340 16291 Internal forces sustained by the vertebral artery during spinal manipulative therapy [letter; comment]
  • Good C
  • Herzog W
J Am Chiropr Assoc: Oct 2003(40:10): 24-27 16226 A response to the Smith et al study on the association of spinal manipulation and vertebral artery dissection
  • Haneline MT
J Am Chiropr Assoc: Aug 2003(40:8): 22-24 16194 Continued misuse of the medical literature regarding vertebral basilar accidents: A closer look at the Rothwell et al study
  • Haneline MT
Eur J Chiropr: 2002(49:1): 79 18471 FORCES AND ELONGATIONS OF THE VERTEBRAL ARTERY DURING RANGE OF MOTION TESTING, DIAGNOSTIC PROCEDURES AND NECK MANIPULATIVE TREATMENTS [CONFERENCE ABSTRACT]
  • Herzog W
  • Symons B
  • Leonard TR
Chiropr J Aust: Sep 2002(32:3): 99-110 16779 Did the SMT practitioner cause the arterial injury? Spontaneous vs. traumatic dissection
  • Terrett AGJ
J Manipulative Physiol Ther: Nov-Dec 2002(25:9): 556-567 16201 Vertebral arteries and cervical movement: Doppler ultrasound velocimetry for screening before manipulation [review]
  • Haynes MJ
J Manipulative Physiol Ther: Nov-Dec 2002(25:9): 568-572 16203 Carotid artery blood flow during premanipulative testing
  • Christensen HW
  • Høilund-Carlsen PF
  • Licht PB
J Can Chiropr Assoc: Sep 2002(46:3): 134-136 15968 Commentary: The mechanics of neck manipulation with special consideration of the vertebral artery
  • Herzog W
  • Symons B
J Manipulative Physiol Ther: Oct 2002(25:8): 504-510 15818 Internal forces sustained by the vertebral artery during spinal manipulative therapy
  • Herzog W
  • Symons BP
  • Leonard T
J Manipulative Physiol Ther: Sep 2002(25:7): 472-483 15815 Uneventful upper cervical manipulation in the presence of a damaged vertebral artery [case report]
  • Michaud TC
J Manipulative Physiol Ther: Jul-Aug 2002(25:6): 370-383 15803 Vertebral arteries and cervical rotation: modeling and magnetic resonance angiography studies
  • Haynes MJ
  • Cala LA
  • Melsom A
  • Mastaglia FL
  • Milne N
  • McGeachie JK
Chiropr J Aust: Sep 2000(30:3): 82-91 16548 Transient syncope in chiropractic practice: A case series [case report]
  • Ebrall P
  • Ellis WB
J Manipulative Physiol Ther: Mar-Apr 2000(23:3): 175-179 14736 Is there a role for premanipulative testing before cervical manipulation?
  • Christensen HW
  • Høilund-Carlsen PF
  • Licht PB
J Manipulative Physiol Ther: Jan 2000(23:1): 48-51 14663 Tortuosity of the vertebral artery resulting in vertebral erosion [case report]
  • Brahee DD
  • Guebert GM
J Neuromusculoskelet Syst: Jun 1999(7:2): 87-90 575 Case of the missing pedicle
  • Barry MS
  • Yochum TR
J Manipulative Physiol Ther: Sep 1999(22:7): 431-435 498 Vertebral artery flow and cervical manipulation: An experimental study
  • Christensen HW
  • Licht PB
  • Svendsen P
J Manipulative Physiol Ther: May 1999(22:4): 245-249 467 Posterior fossa ischemia and bilateral vertebral artery hypoplasia
  • Mestan MA
J Manipulative Physiol Ther: Jul-Aug 1999(22:6): 363-367 487 Vertebral artery volume flow in human beings
  • Christensen HW
  • Høilund-Carlsen PF
  • Licht PB
J Manipulative Physiol Ther: Jul-Aug 1999(22:6): 368-375 488 Effect of premanipulative tests on vertebral artery and internal carotid artery blood flow: A pilot study
  • Milburn PD
  • Rivett DA
  • Sharples KJ
J Manipulative Physiol Ther: Feb 1999(22:2): 91-95 439 Changes and implications of blood flow velocity of the vertebral artery during rotation and extension of the head
  • Li YK
  • Lu CM
  • Zhang YK
J Manipulative Physiol Ther: Jan 1998(21:1): 27-31 1754 Triplex ultrasound of vertebral artery flow during cervical rotation
  • Christensen HW
  • Hojgaard P
  • Licht PB
J Manipulative Physiol Ther: Feb 1998(21:2): 128 1712 Symptoms of neck artery compromise: Case presentations of risk estimate for treatment [letter; comment]
  • Nicholson WR
  • Triano JJ
J Am Chiropr Assoc: Aug 1998(35:8): 50-51 1241 Screening procedures prior to cervical manipulation
  • Kinkel SG
  • Miller KJ
J Manipulative Physiol Ther: May 1997(20:4): 274-278 2465 Symptoms of neck artery compromise: Case presentation of risk estimate for treatment
  • Combs SB
  • Triano JJ
J Manipulative Physiol Ther: Jul-Aug 1996(19:6): 378-384 3186 Doppler studies comparing the effects of cervical rotation and lateral flexion on vertebral artery blood flow
  • Haynes MJ
Adv Chiropr: 1996(3:): 147-199 3651 The vertebral artery: Technical and clinical considerations
  • Curl D
  • Foreman SM
  • Stahl MJ
Chiropr J Aust: Jun 1995(25:2): 73-76 4197 CERVICAL ROTATIONAL EFFECTS ON VERTEBRAL ARTERY FLOW: A CASE STUDY
  • Haynes MJ
Chiropr J Aust: Jun 1995(25:2): 73-76 4204 Cervical rotational effects on vertebral artery flow: A case study [case report]
  • Haynes MJ
Am Chiropr: Sep-Oct 1995(17:5): 14+ 3912 Vertebral artery related stroke
  • Dock DP
J Neuromusculoskelet Syst: Jun 1994(2:2): 56-64 5205 DESCRIPTIVE ANATOMY OF THE PERIVASCULAR CONNECTIVE TISSUE OF THE VERTEBRAL ARTERY AND ITS CLINICAL RELEVANCE TO VERTEBROVASCULAR ACCIDENT
  • Chen J
  • Lantz C
  • Thorp D
Chiropr Tech: May 1992(4:2): 68-72 7109 VERTEBRO-BASILAR ACCIDENTS: DANGER OR AN ACCEPTABLE RISK? PART 1--INCIDENCE AND ASSESSMENT
  • Greenly LW
Chiropr Tech: Aug 1992(4:3): 115-116 6875 VERTEBRO-BASILAR ACCIDENTS: DANGER OR AN ACCEPTABLE RISK? PART 2--CONDITIONS AND ACTION STEPS
  • Greenly LW
J Manipulative Physiol Ther: Feb 1991(14:2): 133-141 8346 Gross morphology and pathoanatomy of the vertebral arteries
  • Thiel HW
Chiropr Tech: Nov 1990(2:4): 188-190 8544 ROTATIONAL HEAD MOVEMENTS AND THEIR RELATIONSHIP TO STROKE: THE ROLE OF THE CHIROPRACTIC PHYSICIAN
  • Brewer GE
  • Hogan-Casey P
J Chiropr: May 1988(25:5): 59-74 11486 VASCULAR ACCIDENTS FROM CERVICAL SPINE MANIPULATION: THE MECHANISMS
  • Terrett AG
CRJ: 1988(1:2): 17-33 11855 Review of the anatomy, histology and clinical significance of the vertebral artery in health and disease [review]
  • Mechler FP
J Can Chiropr Assoc: Mar 1986(30:1): 50 13469 Vertebral Artery — Traumatology and Functional Pathology. Edited by G. Gutmann [book review]
  • Thiel H
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