Health Promotion for Chiropractic Practice
This text examines how chiropractic physicians, within their clinical practice environment, may significantly contribute to community health promotion and disease prevention, and effectively integrate their roles as health information resource, client counselor, and primary practitioner.
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From Health Awareness to Risk Assessment
Chapter 3The Health Management Contract
THE CHIROPRACTOR AS HEALTH INFORMATION RESOURCE
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