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  1. Little information on quantitative sagittal plane postural alignment and evolution in children exists. The objectives of this study are to document the evolution of upright, static, sagittal posture in childre...

    Authors: Danik Lafond, Martin Descarreaux, Martin C Normand and Deed E Harrison
    Citation: Chiropractic & Osteopathy 2007 15:1
  2. Hamate hook fracture is a common fracture in golfers and others who play sports that involve rackets or sticks such as tennis or hockey. This patient had a previous hamate fracture in the opposing wrist along ...

    Authors: Marion W Evans Jr, Micheal L Gilbert and Sandra Norton
    Citation: Chiropractic & Osteopathy 2006 14:22
  3. Previous clinical trials have assessed the percentage of participants who utilized further health care after a period of conservative care for low back pain, however no chiropractic clinical trial has determin...

    Authors: Jerrilyn A Cambron, M Ram Gudavalli, Marion McGregor, James Jedlicka, Michael Keenum, Alexander J Ghanayem, Avinash G Patwardhan and Sylvia E Furner
    Citation: Chiropractic & Osteopathy 2006 14:19
  4. Chiropractors must continue to learn, develop themselves professionally throughout their careers, and become self-directed and lifelong learners. Using an evidence-based approach increases the probability of o...

    Authors: Ronald J Feise, Jaroslaw P Grod and Anne Taylor-Vaisey
    Citation: Chiropractic & Osteopathy 2006 14:18
  5. Reports of musculoskeletal injuries that some chiropractic students experienced while in the role of adjustor became increasingly evident and developed into the basis of this study. The main objective of this ...

    Authors: Debra W Bisiacchi and Laura L Huber
    Citation: Chiropractic & Osteopathy 2006 14:17
  6. Adolescent idiopathic scoliosis (AIS) remains the most common deforming orthopedic condition in children. Increasingly, both adults and children are seeking complementary and alternative therapy, including chi...

    Authors: Dale E Rowe, Ronald J Feise, Edward R Crowther, Jaroslaw P Grod, J Michael Menke, Charles H Goldsmith, Michael R Stoline, Thomas A Souza and Brandon Kambach
    Citation: Chiropractic & Osteopathy 2006 14:15
  7. In the April 2006 issue of the Journal of Royal Society of Medicine, Ernst and Canter authored a review of the most recent systematic reviews on the effectiveness of spinal manipulation for any condition. The ...

    Authors: Gert Bronfort, Mitchell Haas, David Moher, Lex Bouter, Maurits van Tulder, John Triano, Willem JJ Assendelft, Roni Evans, Simon Dagenais and Anthony Rosner
    Citation: Chiropractic & Osteopathy 2006 14:14
  8. According to the original model of cranial osteopathy, intrinsic rhythmic movements of the human brain cause rhythmic fluctuations of cerebrospinal fluid and specific relational changes among dural membranes, ...

    Authors: Steve E Hartman
    Citation: Chiropractic & Osteopathy 2006 14:10
  9. Neck pain is a common problem and different forms of manual therapy are used in its treatment. The purpose of this systematic review was to critically appraise the literature that directly compared manipulatio...

    Authors: Hugh Gemmell and Peter Miller
    Citation: Chiropractic & Osteopathy 2006 14:7
  10. Spinal manipulation has been found to create demonstrable segmental and intersegmental spinal motions thought to be biomechanically related to its mechanisms. In the case of impulsive-type instrument device co...

    Authors: Tony S Keller, Christopher J Colloca, Robert J Moore, Robert Gunzburg and Deed E Harrison
    Citation: Chiropractic & Osteopathy 2006 14:6
  11. A challenge for practitioners using spinal manipulation is identifying when an intervention is required. It has been recognized that joint pain can interfere with the ability to position body parts accurately ...

    Authors: Edward F Owens Jr, Charles NR Henderson, M Ram Gudavalli and Joel G Pickar
    Citation: Chiropractic & Osteopathy 2006 14:5
  12. The prone leg extension (PLE) is commonly used to identify dysfunction of muscle recruitment patterns. The prone leg extension is theorized to identify proximal muscle disturbances which are a result of distal...

    Authors: Gregory J Lehman
    Citation: Chiropractic & Osteopathy 2006 14:4
  13. Falls are a major health concern for older adults and their impact is a significant public health problem. The chief modifiable risk factors for falls in community-dwellers are psychotropic drugs, polypharmacy...

    Authors: Cheryl Hawk, John K Hyland, Ronald Rupert, Makasha Colonvega and Stephanie Hall
    Citation: Chiropractic & Osteopathy 2006 14:3
  14. Given the relative lack of treatment options for mild to moderate scoliosis, when the Cobb angle measurements fall below the 25–30° range, conservative manual therapies for scoliosis treatment have been increa...

    Authors: Mark W Morningstar and Timothy Joy
    Citation: Chiropractic & Osteopathy 2006 14:1
  15. Screening for adolescent idiopathic scoliosis (AIS) is a commonly performed procedure for school children during the high risk years. The PRECEDE-PROCEDE (PP) model is a health promotion planning model that ha...

    Authors: Timothy A Mirtz, Mark A Thompson, Leon Greene, Lawrence A Wyatt and Cynthia G Akagi
    Citation: Chiropractic & Osteopathy 2005 13:25
  16. There is little homogeneity of opinion in the chiropractic profession about its essence and identity. Matters compromising the establishment of a coherent identity include the issue of vertebral subluxation, p...

    Authors: Keith H Charlton
    Citation: Chiropractic & Osteopathy 2005 13:24
  17. Continuing Education (CE) for chiropractors is mandatory for licensure in most North American jurisdictions. Numerous chiropractic colleges have begun collaborating with universities to offer master's degree p...

    Authors: Kent J Stuber, Jaroslaw P Grod, Dean L Smith and Paul Powers
    Citation: Chiropractic & Osteopathy 2005 13:22
  18. Low back pain (LBP) is the most prevalent musculo-skeletal condition in rural and remote Australian Aboriginal communities. Smoking, physical inactivity and obesity are also prevalent amongst Indigenous people...

    Authors: Dein Vindigni, Bruce F Walker, Jennifer R Jamison, Cliff Da Costa, Lynne Parkinson and Steve Blunden
    Citation: Chiropractic & Osteopathy 2005 13:21
  19. We report on a multidisciplinary focus group project related to the appropriate care of chiropractic patients who present with chest pain. The prevalence and clinical management, both diagnosis and treatment, ...

    Authors: Monica Smith, Dana J Lawrence and Robert M Rowell
    Citation: Chiropractic & Osteopathy 2005 13:18
  20. Subluxation syndrome is a legitimate, potentially testable, theoretical construct for which there is little experimental evidence. Acceptable as hypothesis, the widespread assertion of the clinical meaningfuln...

    Authors: Joseph C Keating Jr, Keith H Charlton, Jaroslaw P Grod, Stephen M Perle, David Sikorski and James F Winterstein
    Citation: Chiropractic & Osteopathy 2005 13:17
  21. This review details the anatomy and interactions of the postural and somatosensory reflexes. We attempt to identify the important role the nervous system plays in maintaining reflex control of the spine and po...

    Authors: Mark W Morningstar, Burl R Pettibon, Heidi Schlappi, Mark Schlappi and Trevor V Ireland
    Citation: Chiropractic & Osteopathy 2005 13:16
  22. This descriptive review provides a summary of the prevalence, activity limitation (disability), care-seeking, natural history and clinical course, treatment outcome, and costs of low back pain (LBP) in primary...

    Authors: Peter M Kent and Jennifer L Keating
    Citation: Chiropractic & Osteopathy 2005 13:13
  23. Part II of this review examines the functional "short leg" or unloaded leg length alignment asymmetry, including the relationship between an anatomic and functional leg-length inequality. Based on the reviewed...

    Authors: Gary A Knutson
    Citation: Chiropractic & Osteopathy 2005 13:12
  24. Leg-length inequality is most often divided into two groups: anatomic and functional. Part I of this review analyses data collected on anatomic leg-length inequality relative to prevalence, magnitude, effects ...

    Authors: Gary A Knutson
    Citation: Chiropractic & Osteopathy 2005 13:11
  25. More than 100 years after its inception the chiropractic profession has failed to define itself in a way that is understandable, credible and scientifically coherent. This failure has prevented the profession ...

    Authors: Craig F Nelson, Dana J Lawrence, John J Triano, Gert Bronfort, Stephen M Perle, R Douglas Metz, Kurt Hegetschweiler and Thomas LaBrot
    Citation: Chiropractic & Osteopathy 2005 13:9