Index to Chiropractic Literature
Index to Chiropractic Literature
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Journal ID Article Title Author(s)
Chiropr & Manual Ther: 2019(27:2): Online access only 10 p 25400 Measuring biopsychosocial risk for back pain disability in chiropractic patients using the STarT back screening tool: A cross-sectional survey
  • Khan Y
  • Lawrence DJ
  • Vining R
  • Derby D
J Can Chiropr Assoc: Sep 2013(57:3): 189-204 22961 An evidence-based diagnostic classification system for low back pain
  • Vining R
  • Potocki EN
  • Seidman M
  • Morgenthal AP
JACA Online: May-Jun 2012(49:3): Online access only p 20-22 22405 Evidence in action: My patient has facial pain--what can I do to help?
  • Clark T
  • Vining R
JACA Online: Jul 2011(48:5): Online access only p 15-17 21955 My patient has hip pain—are my assessment procedures effective?
  • Vining R
  • Kime N
JACA Online: Apr 2011(48:3): Online access only p 15-18 21745 My patient has recurrent knee pain--how can I prevent future episodes?
  • Tunning M
  • Vining R
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