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Guidelines for treating adults with neck pain

August 28, 2014
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Clinical guidelines are, in short, recommendations for evidence-based care constructed from a synthesis of clinical trials and systematic reviews. Recently, guidelines for chiropractic treatment of adults with acute and chronic neck pain were published in the Journal of Manipulative and Physiological Therapeutics.(1) The guidelines focus on several types of care provided by doctors of...
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Informed Consent for Participation in Human Subject Research

August 25, 2014
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All of us who are involved in the practice of chiropractic are well acquainted with the concept of informed consent. We know we should sit down with our patients and describe our treatment plan with them, letting them know of the possible risks that...
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A PROMIS for the future

August 22, 2014
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It does get rather confusing. If you look at a variety of studies on different interventions for chronic low back pain, drawing concrete conclusions is difficult. Often there are differences in the participant sample because of different inclusion and exclusion criteria. Or the definition...
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The complex diagnostic process

August 18, 2014
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The diagnostic investigation at its core seeks to discover key information necessary to better understand the patient, the condition, and to better inform care tailored to the patient’s needs...
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From the Great Articles Department: Bovine’s description of D.D. Palmer’s Adjustive Technique

August 14, 2014
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Among the many topic areas of chiropractic areas, the one that gets the least attention is chiropractic history. Beyond chiropractic history having, well, “historical interest,” awareness of what has...
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Epidemiological Research Study Designs

August 11, 2014
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Epidemiological research is designed to answer the kinds of questions clinical trials cannot. For example, if we wish to study the effects of smoking on lung cancer rates, the...
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