Chiropractic therapy: diagnosis and treatment

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Aspen Publishers, 1990 - Business & Economics - 226 pages
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Chiropractic Therapy offers a practical, instructive approach to manipulation and is solidly grounded in scientific principles and up-to-date knowledge of biomechanics. it is a valuable reference that offers an integrated program for understandingand practicingchiropractic therapy.

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Contents

Overview of the History of Manipulative Therapy in Europe
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The Occurrence of Pain
9
Dysfunction of the Spine
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