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Journal of Philosophy, Principles & Practice of Chiropractic ~ January 6, 2020 ~ Pages 35-76


List of Abstracts

  • A Case Study Using Knee Chest Upper Cervical Chiropractic Care for a 46-Year-Old Female with Frequent Migraines and Headaches – Jason Gonzales DC
  • Real-Time Improvement in Pulse Oximetry Reading in a Neonate with Vertebral Subluxation – Alejandro Osuna MNeuroSci, MSN, MS(c), DC
  • Evidence Based History: The Morikubo Trial – Simon Senzon MA, DC
  • Measured Stability Improvement Following Chiropractic Care in a Pediatric Patient with Klippel-Feil Syndrome – Robert Rectenwald DC, BCAO
  • Pulse Pressure Findings Following Upper Cervical Care: A Practice-Based Observational Study – Robert Kessinger DC (presenting), Trevor Qualls DC, MD, John Hart DC, Henri Dallies DC, Michael Anderson DC, Jered Wayland DC, Leldon Bradshaw DC
  • Subluxation-Centered Chiropractic Care: A Public Health Assessment – Christie Kwon MS, DC
  • KEYNOTE: A Neuro-Radiographic Demonstration of The Upper Cervical Misalignment in Patients Involved in Head/Neck Trauma – Scott L. Rosa DC, BCAO
  • Neurological Consequences of Spinal Degenerative Disease Associated with Vertebral Subluxations – Christopher Kent DC, JD
  • Evidence of the Intelligence of Life – William Decken DC, Edgardo Rivera MD, Terry E “Bird” Lancaster MA (presenting)
  • Subluxation-Centered Chiropractic Care in the Improvement of Lung Function and Quality of Life for Asthmatic Patients – Christie Kwon MS, DC (presenting), Taylor Mathis DC, Marni Capes DC, CCSP, CCEP
  • Intra and Inter Examiner Reliability of Utilizing Biomechanical Spinographic Analysis for the Location of the Misalignment Component of Vertebral Subluxation – Grant Dennis DC
  • A Mathematical Model for the Quantification of Cervical Spine Sagittal Curvature – Robert Rectenwald DC, BCAO (presenting), Roy Sweat DC, BCAO, Matthew Sweat DC, BCAO, Dennis Fiorini DC, BCAO
  • The Importance of Worldview – Bill Decken DC, FCSC, DPhCS
  • The Role of Chiropractic in the Management of Patients with Autism: An Integrative Review of the Literature – Matthew McCoy DC, MPH
  • A Case Series of Children with Oppositional Defiant Disorder/Childhood Anger and Knee Chest Upper Cervical Specific Chiropractic – Michael Merkt DC
  • Resolution of Anxiety, Depression and Abnormal Heart Palpitations in a Patient Under Subluxation-Based Chiropractic Care – Alejandro Osuna, MNeuroSci, MSN, MS(c), DC
  • Limitations of Matter and Adaptation – Jack M. Bourla DC, ACP
  • Resolution of Vertigo, Bell’s Palsy and Dyslipidemia in a Patient Undergoing Subluxation-Based Chiropractic Care. – Alejandro Osuna, MNeuroSci, MSN, MS(c), DC
  • Guidelines for the Clinical Management of Vertebral Subluxation: A Progress Report – Anquonette Stiles DC, MPH (presenting), Christie Kwon DC, MS, Matthew McCoy DC, MPH
  • An Investigation of Glial Scarring & Myelin Inhibitors Through the Lens of the 33 Chiropractic Principles. – Dan Becker DC, MEd, CCSP, Brian Dooley DC, ACP
  • A Literature Review of L5 Coupled Motion to Increase Specificity of Vertebral Subluxation Evaluation – Alan Brewster BS, DC (presenting), George A. Auger BS, BSEE, DC, FCSC (hon)
  • KEYNOTE: A New Look at Chiropractic Basic Science – Claude Lessard DC
  • Developing an Evidence-Informed Culture at Sherman College of Chiropractic – Christopher Kent DC, JD (presenting), Sarah Stephens DC
  • Resolution of Neck Pain and Cervicogenic Vertigo in Patients Following Blair Upper Cervical Chiropractic Treatment to Correct Vertebral Subluxations: A Case Series – Charmaine A. Herman MA, DC
  • Resolution of Medial Knee Pain and Improvement in Static Surface Electromyography in an Elite 800-Meter Runner Undergoing Subluxation-Based Chiropractic Care – Alejandro Osuna MNeuroSci, MSN, MS(c), DC
  • The Styloid Effect on Upper Cervical Chiropractic Care – Stan Pierce, Jr. DC

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