Index to Chiropractic Literature
Index to Chiropractic Literature
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Journal ID Article Title Author(s)
J Manipulative Physiol Ther: Jan 2018(41:1): 52-61 25093 Common manual therapy practices in the Netherlands for infants with upper cervical dysfunction: A prospective cohort study
  • Saedt ERIC
  • Driehuis F
  • Hoogeboom TJ
  • van der Woude BH
  • de Bie RA
  • Nijhuis-van der Sanden MWG
BMC Musculoskel Disord: 2007(8:45): Online access only 19994 Adherence to physiotherapy clinical guideline acute ankle injury and determinants of adherence: A cohort study
  • Van der Wees PJ
  • Hendriks EJ
  • Jansen MJ
  • Van Beers H
  • de Bie RA
  • Dekker J
BMC Musculoskel Disord: 2007(8:68): Online access only 19988 Prevalence of complaints of arm, neck and shoulder among computer office workers and psychometric evaluation of a risk factor questionnaire
  • Eltayeb S
  • Staal JB
  • Kennes J
  • Lamberts PH
  • de Bie RA
BMC Musculoskel Disord: 2007(8:112): Online access only 19974 Effect of an education and activation programme on functional limitations and patient-perceived recovery in acute and sub-acute shoulder complaints - A randomised clinical trial [randomized controlled trial]
  • de Bruijn C
  • de Bie RA
  • Geraets J
  • Goossens M
  • Van del Heuvel W
  • van der Heijden GJ
  • Candel M
  • Dinant GJ
J Manipulative Physiol Ther: Oct 1996(19:8): 508-512 2972 Whiplash: Assessing the validity of diagnostic tests in a cervical sensory disturbance
  • Verhagen AP
  • Lanser K
  • de Bie RA
  • De Vet HC
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