Chiropractic Care of Special Populations
Robert D. Mootz, Linda J. Bowers
Aspen Publishers, 1999 - Health & Fitness - 219 pages
Chiropractors provide care to male and female patients of all ages. Of ten there are special adjustment and management considerations for pat ients at different stages of the lifespan. This volume examines chirop ractic care for selected populations of patients--infants, children, w omen, and older adults. This book will familiarize you with these pati ents' special needs and with the conditions that commonly affect them. It will also provide you with optimal treatment techniques.
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