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Chiropractic Literature Review

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We all need to stay current with chiropractic science and technology. The problem is finding time. Every day thousands of new papers flood the National Library of Medicine database. (Over 700,000 yearly... The vast majority of which have little or no relevance to your daily practice.) Now add trade journals, alternative health care journals not in the NLM, general news sources, etc. No wonder you can’t keep up.

 

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Our team of experienced doctors scans the literature base for you. We locate articles of genuine interest and relevance value to busy chiropractors. We find the science that matters, distill it into "plain English", easy to read reviews, and deliver it to your In-Box. Average reading time for one of our reviews...just a minute or two. And the cost? FREE!!!

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The Study: Antonia GC. Efficacy of manual and manipulative therapy in the perception of pain and cervical motion in patients with tension-type...
The Study: Adherence to clinical practice guidelines among three primary contact professions: a best evidence synthesis of the literature for the...
Generated Forces during Flexion-Distraction
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 The Study:   Real-time force feedback during flexion-distraction procedure for low back pain: A pilot study The Facts: This study looked at the forces...

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