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Books about Chiropractic:
for Students and Practitioners

  1. Chiropractic Secrets (The Secrets Series) (1999)
  2. Handbook of Clinical Chiropractic (1992)
  3. Pocket Guide to Chiropractic Skeletal Radiology (2000)
  4. The Chiropractor: (1914) (1997)
  5. Appleton & Lange's Review for the Chiropractic Boards 3-4 (1998)
  6. How To Appraise Research: A Guide For Chiropractic Students and Practitioners (2003)
  7. The Chiropractic College Directory (6th Ed) (2003)
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  8. Fundamentals of Chiropractic (2003)
  9. Chiropractic Technique: Principles and Procedures (2002)
  10. Chiropractic Technique CD-ROM (2003)
  11. Contemporary Chiropractic (1997)
  12. Surface Anatomy and Palpation Skills for Chiropractors (2002)
  13. Skeletal and Developmental Anatomy for Chiropractic Students (2001)
  14. Principles and Practice of Chiropractic (1993)
  15. The Foot and Ankle: Clinical Applications (1995)
  16. Knee: Clinical Applications (1994)
  17. Low Back and Pelvis: Clinical Applications (1997)

Chiropractic Secrets (The Secrets Series)
by Seth Gardner (Editor), John S. Mosby

Paperback - (September 1999)
Hanley & Belfus; ISBN: 1560533188 Price - Quick Click Buying

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Book Description
This handy new reference follows the popular Secrets Series(r) question-and-answer format. Various medical condition, treatment approaches, and protocols related to everyday patient complaints are included. The main purpose of this textbook is to provide a clinical review of topics such as: spinal anatomy and physiology; neurological, orthopedic, and chiropractic examinations, neck and back pain, headaches, and much more.

Table of Contents
The History and Interview Process
Spinal Anatomy and Physiology
Spinal Articular Neurology
Chiropractic Physical Assessment
Neurologic Examination
Orthopedic Examination
Spinal Biomechanics
The Neurologic Component of the Subluxation
Chiropractic Technique
Approach to Low Back Pain
Thoracic Outlet Syndrome
The Pediatric Patient
Extremity Injuries and Evaluation
Scoliosis: Diagnosis and Management
Radiology and Roentgenometrics
Physical Rehabilitation
Chiropractic Psychiatry
Chiropractic Risk Management
Referral and Concurrent Care
Chiropractic Philosophy
Chiropractic History and Trivia Glenda Wiese
Chiropractic Decisions, Controversy, and Care

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Handbook of Clinical Chiropractic
by Lawrence H. Wyatt

Paperback: 246 pages ; (January 1992)
Aspen Publishers, Inc.; ISBN: 0834202506 Price - Quick Click Buying

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Book Info
Texas Chiropractic College, Pasadena, Texas. Quick-reference pocket synopsis of chiropractic practice for students. DNLM: Chiropractic

Table of Contents
RECORD KEEPING AND PROFESSIONAL PROTOCOLS * Introduction to Clinical Chiropractic * Medical Record Keeping * Writing Orders * Personalized Referral Listings * Hospital Protocols * CLINICAL INVESTIGATION * History and Physical Examination * Orthopedics * Neurologic Evaluation * Laboratory Diagnosis * Diagnostic Imaging * Procedures Used in Clinical Practice * DIFFERENTIAL DIAGNOSIS * Rheumatology * Clinical Oncology * Spine Pain * Differential Diagnosis * Commonly Prescribed Medications with Neuromuscular Side Effects * MANAGEMENT PROTOCOLS * Sprain/Strain Protocols * Cervical Spine Trauma Protocols * Low Back Pain Protocols * Contraindications to Chiropractic Manipulation * Physical Therapy in Chiropractic * Nutrition * Abbreviations in Chiropractic


Pocket Guide to Chiropractic Skeletal Radiology
by Rhonda J. Boone

Paperback: 321 pages ; (August 10, 2000)
McGraw-Hill/Appleton & Lange; ISBN: 0838581307 Price - Quick Click Buying

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Book Description
This how to manual designed for the clinical setting provides chiropractic students and graduates with a quick reference to radiographic technology and positioning as it relates to chiropractic practice.

Table of Contents
1: Introduction to Radiographic Imaging.
2: Radiographic Production.
3: Quality Control and Radiation Safety.
4: Initial Setup of the Radiologic Suite.
5: Introduction to Radiographic Positioning.
6: Spine Radiography.
7: Upper Extremity Radiography.
8: Lower Extremity Radiography.
9: Head Radiograph.
10: Chest and Abdominal Radiography.
11: Principles of Advanced Imaging.


The Chiropractor: (1914)
by D. D. Palmer

Paperback: 124 pages ; (March 1997)
Kessinger Publishing Company; ISBN: 156459775X Price - Quick Click Buying

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Table of Contents
The Moral and Religious Duty of a Chiropractor; Chiropractic a Science, an Art and the Philosophy Thereof; Nerve Vibration; Inflammation; Vertebral Luxations; Health, Disease, Life and Death; Rickets; Biology; Function; Vertebral Adjusting; The Nervous System; Neuritis, Arteritis and Rheumatism; Fever; Constipation; Trauma, Toxine and Auto-Suggestion; Catarrh; Impulse; The Normal and Abnormal Movements of the Vertebral Column; Spinal Pathogenesis; Palpation and Nerve Tracing; Bones and Nerves; Pyorrhea Alveolaris.


Appleton & Lange's Review for the Chiropractic Boards 3-4
by Jeannette B. Gibson, George Birnbaum

Paperback: 288 pages ; 1st edition (October 28, 1998)
McGraw-Hill/Appleton & Lange; ISBN: 0838503861 Price - Quick Click Buying

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Book Description
Key Benefit: Written by students for students, this generously illustrated books is an extremely practical review tool Key Topics: The book is divided into two sections. Section I contains eight clinical study chapters which provide concise explanations of all the topics covered in part III of the boards. Section II of the book gives an overview of all topics in part IV of the exam. Market: Chiropractic students.

About the Author
Jeanette B. Gibson, DC, George L. Birnbach, DC (New York Chiropractic College, Syracuse, New York)

Table of Contents
1. Physiotherapy.
2. X-Ray Positioning.
3. X-Ray Diagnosis & Advanced Imaging.
4. Physical Diagnosis.
5. General Diagnosis.
6. Neurologic Exam.
7. Orthopedic Exam.
8. Laboratory Diagnosis.


How To Appraise Research: A Guide For Chiropractic Students and Practitioners
by Carol C. Hagino (Editor), Dan Simmons

Paperback: 168 pages (January 2003)
Churchill Livingstone; ISBN: 0443073791 Price - Quick Click Buying

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Book Description
It is essential that health care professionals are able to read and critically evaluate published research for themselves so that they can make their own judgements on its value and relevance to clinical practice. How to Appraise Research aims to help them do that by centring on the evaluation of 8 previously published research papers.

How to Appraise Research is designed to help reader question what they read and to reach their own conclusions about the research results presented. Those who use it will find it enables them to become more competent consumers of the healthcare research literature. Although the examples used are drawn mainly from the chiropractic literature the skills being taught are essential to any healthcare practitioner.

Table of Contents
How to use this book. A Critical Evaluation of: A case report of a congenital cleft of the anterior atlas arch - a rare variant of the atlas mimicking fracture. A Critical Evaluation of: Conservative management of mechanical neck pain - systemic overview and meta-analysis. A Critical Evaluation of: Low back pain of mechanical origin: randomized comparison of chiropractic and hospital outpatient treatment. A Critical Evaluation of: A comparison of active and simulated chiropractic manipulation as adjunctive treatment for childhood asthma. A Critical Evaluation of: Effects of diptheria-tetanus-pertussis or tetanus vaccination on allergies and allergy-related respiratory symptoms among children and adolescents in the United States. A Critical Evaluation of: A comparison of physical therapy, chiropractic manipulation, and provision of an educational booklet for the treatment of patients with low back pain. A Critical Evaluation of: Inter- and intra-examiner reliability of palpation for sacroiliac joint dysfunction. A Critical Evaluation of : Reliability and concurrent validity of two instruments for measuring cervical range of motion: effects of age and gender.

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The Chiropractic College Directory (6th Ed)
by Kevin P. McNamee, I. D. Coulter, R. Gibbons, T. Bergman

Paperback - 236 pages 6th edition (June 2003)
KM Enterprises; ISBN: 0945947054 Price - Quick Click Buying

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