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  1. 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
  2. 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
  3. 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
  4. 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
  5. This paper comments on the role and emergence of the biopsychosocial model in modern medical literature and health care settings. The evolution of the biopsychosocial model and its close association with moder...

    Authors: Benjamin T Brown, Rod Bonello and Henry Pollard
    Citation: Chiropractic & Osteopathy 2005 13:5
  6. Both chiropractic and osteopathy are over a century old. They are now regarded as complementary health professions. There is an imperative for both professions to research the principles and claims that underp...

    Authors: Bruce F Walker, Simon D French and Melainie Cameron
    Citation: Chiropractic & Osteopathy 2005 13:1