A Sociology of Chiropractic
This volume offers a study of the chiropractic's place in the health care system. The three objectives of the text include: presenting current descriptive data on chiropractics, assessing the place chiropractic fills in contemporary health care, and providing a critical data base for anticipating the future direction of chiropractic.
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