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Table 2 Technique systems taught and rationale for them (Item 7, Nā€‰=ā€‰12)

From: Historical influence on the practice of chiropractic radiology: Part I - a survey of Diplomates of the American Chiropractic College of Radiology

Response number Technique name(s) Rationale
1 Gonstead None given.
2 Basic, Gonstead, Upper Cervical These courses have historically been included in the curriculum.
3 Gonstead, Unknown Toggle Unknown.
4 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 Iā€™m aware. N/A
5 Upper cervical specific, Gonstead line analysis History. This is what has been taught for the last half century.
6 We have approximately 6 upper cervical techniques, Gonstead and CBP (Chiropractic BioPhysics) that require x-ray marking as part of the technic. None given.
7 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.
8 Palmer Upper Cervical Technique, Grostic, elective course Pettibon, elective course Gonstead None given.
9 Gonstead, Diversified, Basic technique None given.
10 Gonstead (required course), upper cervical (elective) Demand and tradition.
11 Gonstead, CBP. Not taught in the core curriculum, offered as elective/selective courses. None given.
12 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.