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Balance and Movement and The Effect of Chiropractic Care, Utilization with the Elderly, Cerebral Palsy, the Athlete and the General Population 154143
The Effects of Chiropractic Spinal Adjustments on Heart Rates 245507
Low Back Pain, Reduced Disability and Chiropractic: A Study in Proper Diagnosis 81022
Acute Neck Pain (Torticollis), Disability and Chiropractic: Patient Satisfaction Results 321549
Increased Balance, Movement & Kinematics as a Result of Chiropractic Care, A research conclusion that affects rehabilitation patients, athletes, balance disorders and increased production in the workplace 23297
Cervical and Lumbar Disc Herniations and Chiropractic Care 35562
Work Injuries, Full Recovery and Chiropractic Care, Resolving the myth that doing nothing is better 17883
Chronic Neck Pain and Chiropractic: A Comparative Study with Massage Therapy 159924
Increased Sports Performance and Chiropractic 32169
Arthritis and Low Back Pain: Chiropractic Care vs. Heat Treatment 37179
Disc Arthroplasty (Disc Replacement Surgery), Low Back Pain and the Efficacy of Post-Surgical Chiropractic Care 111879
Herniated Discs, Radiating Pain and Chiropractic 200862
Balance, Chronic Pain and Chiropractic 79790
Muscle Pain, Trigger Points and Chiropractic 60130
Comparing the Satisfaction of Low Back Pain Patients Receiving Medical vs. Chiropractic Care 13060
Carpal Tunnel Syndrome and Chiropractic 26908
Whiplash Disorders and Neck Pain 16372
Pregnancy, Back Pain and Chiropractic 11916
Chronic or Acute (Non-Cardiac) Chest Pain and Chiropractic 181861
Recurrent Low Back Pain and Chiropractic 22437
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