Index to Chiropractic Literature
Index to Chiropractic Literature
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Journal ID Article Title Author(s)
Asia-Pac Chiropr J: Jan-March 2024(4:3): 52 27815 Cervical segment disruption, displacement, and dysfunction with potential to activate somatosensory reflexes: Radiological indications of components of the Vertebral Subluxation Complex
  • Rome PL
  • Waterhouse JD
Asia-Pac Chiropr J: Jan-March 2024(4:3): 13 27821 Social and professional involvements in, and contributions to, the biological sciences by chiropractors: With other notable contributors to the discipline
  • Rome PL
  • Waterhouse JD
Asia-Pac Chiropr J: Oct-Dec 2023(4:2): 21 27767 The vertebral subluxation premise: Principle 1 continued, the medical literature regarding nomenclature and onset
  • Rome PL
  • Waterhouse JD
Asia-Pac Chiropr J: Oct-Dec 2023(4:2): 26 27768 The vertebral subluxation premise: Principle 2, the somatic vertebrogenic element
  • Rome PL
  • Waterhouse JD
Asia-Pac Chiropr J: Oct-Dec 2023(4:2): 47 27769 The vertebral subluxation premise: Principle 3, altered physiological functions
  • Rome PL
  • Waterhouse JD
Asia-Pac Chiropr J: Oct-Dec 2023(4:2): 52 27770 The vertebral subluxation premise: Principle 4, segmental and neural disturbance is associated with clinical signs and symptoms, and a range of conditions
  • Rome PL
  • Waterhouse JD
Asia-Pac Chiropr J: Oct-Dec 2023(4:2): 41 27771 The vertebral subluxation premise: Principle 5, the intent is to correct dysfunction and restore normal function
  • Rome PL
  • Waterhouse JD
Asia-Pac Chiropr J: Jul-Sept 2023(4:1): 25 27662 The vertebral subluxation premise: Part 1: The medical literature regarding nomenclature
  • Rome PL
  • Waterhouse JD
Chiropr Hist: Winter 2021(41:2): 45-52 26970 Recognition of the innate phenomenon in the medical literature
  • Rome PL
  • Waterhouse JD
Asia-Pac Chiropr J: 2021(2:2): 1-4 26886 Medicine has failed to grasp the principles explaining chiropractic’s international success [editorial]
  • Rome PL
  • Waterhouse JD
Asia-Pac Chiropr J: 2021(1:4): 1-11 26645 The specific chiropractic adjustment is conducted within an articulation’s physiological range of motion: Part 4 of a series
  • Rome P
  • Waterhouse JD
Asia-Pac Chiropr J: 2021(1:4): 1-11 26647 Regarding High-Velocity/Low-Amplitude (HVLA) adjusting techniques in chiropractic: Controlled pre-loaded impulse of low amplitude; Part 5 of a series
  • Rome P
  • Waterhouse JD
Ann Vert Sublux Res: Mar 2021(2021:): 15-17 26653 Towards greater recognition of case reports in the evidence hierarchy
  • Rome PL
  • Waterhouse JD
Asia-Pac Chiropr J: 2020(1:2): 1-20 26349 Noxious somato-autonomic reflex influence upon smooth muscle: Its integration with vascular tone and perfusion. A review
  • Rome P
  • Waterhouse JD
Asia-Pac Chiropr J: 2020(1:2): 1-8 26380 Noxious somato-autonomic reflex influence upon smooth muscle: Its integration with vascular tone and perfusion. A review
  • Rome P
  • Waterhouse JD
J Philos Princ Pract Chiropr: Dec 2019(2019:2): 12-34 26346 Evidence informed vertebral subluxation – A diagnostic and clinical imperative
  • Rome PL
  • Waterhouse JD
Chiropr J Aust: 2016(44:4): Online access only p 355-359 24661 Letter to the Editor [response to “A critical appraisal of evidence and arguments used by Australian chiropractors to promote therapeutic interventions”. CJA 2016; 44(3): 234-245. letter; comment]
  • Rome PL
  • Vincent AF
  • Waterhouse JD
  • McKibbin MR
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