From: Historical influence on the practice of chiropractic radiology: Part I - a survey of Diplomates of the American Chiropractic College of Radiology
Basic, Gonstead, Upper Cervical
These courses have historically been included in the curriculum.
Gonstead, Unknown Toggle
General lines of mensuration are taught such as rotation of the ilium (internally rotated, externally rotated), rotation of vertebra, etc. No specific system is used as far as I’m aware.
Upper cervical specific, Gonstead line analysis
History. This is what has been taught for the last half century.
We have approximately 6 upper cervical techniques, Gonstead and CBP (Chiropractic BioPhysics) that require x-ray marking as part of the technic.
Blair, Gonstead, upper cervical
They are included because someone in administrative power feels they are relevant and worth teaching to the future profession. My guess anyway.
Palmer Upper Cervical Technique, Grostic, elective course Pettibon, elective course Gonstead
Gonstead, Diversified, Basic technique
Gonstead (required course), upper cervical (elective)
Demand and tradition.
Gonstead, CBP. Not taught in the core curriculum, offered as elective/selective courses.
NUCCA (National Upper Cervical Chiropractic Association), Atlas Orthogonal (Epic), Upper cervical knee chest, Gonstead, Toggle, Blair, CBP
[This institution] has a huge upper cervical culture and correction of misalignments is very important to those techniques.