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Journal of Philosophy, Principles & Practice of Chiropractic ~ November 27, 2022 ~ Pages 1-17



Proceedings of the 17th International Research and Philosophy Symposium (IRAPS): Philosophical, Theoretical and Practical Considerations of Vertebral Subluxation Correction. Sherman College of Chiropractic April 28-30, 2022

  • Resolution of Headaches in Five Patients under Blair Upper Cervical (US):  Chiropractic Care to Correct Vertebral Subluxation:  A Case Report – Charmaine A. Herman BA, BS, MA, DC
  • Case Study:  52-Year-Old Binocular Horizontal Diplopia Responds Favorably Under EPIC (Evolutionary Percussive Instrument Correction) Chiropractic Care – Russell Goff DC
  • Philosophy in a Structural Chiropractic Model:  Dilution, Transgression, or Advancement of the Profession? –  Hunter Schaff DC, ACP
  • Prevalence of Elongated Styloid in Relation to Atlas Transverse Process – Alan Brewster DC, ACP, Christine Theodossis DC, Laura Greene-Orndorff DC, RT(R)
  • Upper Cervical Specific Analysis and Procedure Effect on Sensory Integration and Tactile Neurodeflective Presentation – Kaci Madden DC
  • Chiropractic Philosophy:  The Key to Your Chiropractic Confidence and Competence – Jack Bourla DC, ACP
  • A Case Series of Women with Migraines and Knee Chest Upper Cervical Specific Chiropractic – Kaci Madden DC
  • The Effects of Lateral Malpositioning of a Lumbopelvic Phantom on Chiropractic Pelvic Listings – Alan Brewster DC, ACP, Daniel J. Becker DC
  • Plenary – Salutogenesis, Stress Responsivity, and Neurobiological Mechanisms Associated with Vertebral Subluxation Review and Commentary – Christopher Kent DC, JD
  • Improvements in Timed Up and Go Test and Health Related Quality of Life in a Patient with Parkinson’s Disease Receiving Postural Based Chiropractic Care:  A Case Report – Alejandro Osuna DC, Adriana Perez DC
  • Prevalence of Abnormal Findings Associated with Components of Vertebral Subluxation in 737 Patients Referred for MRI Examination & Potential Neurological Consequences – Kathleen Costello DC
  • Principle #17 – Bill Decken DC, FCSC, DPhCS
  • Inter- and Interexaminer Reliability of the Blair Proractorview Method an Examination of a Chiropractic Radiographic Technique Utilizing Volumetric Cone-Beam Computed Tomography – Gordon Elder BS, DC

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