Robert D. Mootz, Daniel T. Hansen
Aspen Publishers, 1999 - Health & Fitness - 198 pages
Technology is increasingly important in today's health care environmen t, both in its use and as a broader social and financial issue. This v olume provides an overview of technology and technology assessment for the chiropractic profession and discusses those diagnostic and therap eutic technologies used by chiropractors. Radiography and ultrasound a re both covered. In addition, a new, previously unpublished chapter wi ll address appropriateness in L-spine.
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