Best Practices in Clinical Chiropractic

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Jones & Bartlett Learning, 1999 - Health & Fitness - 202 pages
This concise volume highlights effective evaluation and management practices in chiropractic care. This volume contains clinical information on a variety of conditions, including fatigue, hypertension, fever, cough, headache, and low back pain. Best Practices provides treatment information and algorithms you needed to optimize patient care.
 

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Contents

Differentiating Mechanical Pain from Visceral Pain
3
Maximizing the Effectiveness and Efficiency of Clinical Documentation
77
The Patients Story
88
Dealing with the Chronic Patient
120
Principles of Effective Headache Management
130
A Proposed Clinical Pathway for Chiropractic Management of Chronic
139
APPENDIX IIAChronic Pain Resources on the Internet
148
Boundary Issues for the Chiropractic Physician
155
Chiropractic in the Interdisciplinary Team Practice
165
The Clinical Usefulness of FlexionExtension Radiographs in the Cervical Spine
174
Maintenance Care
184
Index
197
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