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Martin G. Rosen, DC, Charles L. Blum, DC

Journal of Pediatric, Maternal & Family Health – Chiropractic ~ December 29, 2010 ~ Pages 265-266


A call has been made for more rigorous scientific inquiry to examine the value of manipulative therapy in the treatment of pediatric conditions.1 Simultaneously there have also been inquiries by our scientific community attempting to isolate what subset of patients with nonmusculoskeletal conditions might respond to chiropractic care.2 Due to the scarcity of published literature relating to the chiropractic treatment of nonmusculoskeletal conditions,3 particularly of pediatric patients, this paper attempts to facilitate a glimpse into a clinical practitioner’s office where these conditions are routinely being treated.

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