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Dynamic Chiropractic Archives - August 14, 1992

August 14, 1992 Issue
Volume 10, Issue 17
Meralgia Paresthetica
Brad McKechnie
Chiropractic Centennial Foundation Appoints Subcommittees
Editorial Staff
Celebrating 50 Years in Chiropractic
Editorial Staff
Eating Healthier -- Part III
G. Douglas Andersen Letter
Associates and Positions
Editorial Staff
Clinical Utility and Validity
Centennial Committee Appoints, JMPT Abstracts, Oxford University Symposium
CCA Convention Elections and Awards
Editorial Staff
Torus and Greenstick Fractures of the Forearm in Children
Teena M. Kabetzke
Bill Commissioning DCs in Military Passes Full House and Senate Committee
Editorial Staff
NYCC Hosts 'An Evening with the Masters'
Editorial Staff
NYCC President's Contract Renewed and Term Extended
Editorial Staff
Chiropractic to Participate in Oxford University Symposium
Editorial Staff
Mercy Guidelines Submitted for Congressional Hearing
Editorial Staff
AMA Rejects Chiropractic Resolution
Editorial Staff
Upcoming Stories
Editorial Staff
Update on Board of Chiropractic Examiners
Editorial Staff
The Failed Back Surgery Syndrome
Deborah Pate
Editorial Staff
Viewpoints from Involvement -- "Thon"
Fred H. Barge
Attorney James D. Harrison
James D. Harrison
Static Paraspinal EMG Scanning -- Clinical Utility and Validity Issues
John J. Triano
News in Brief
Editorial Staff
Kids Need Chiropractic Too
Editorial Staff
Editorial Staff
Editorial Staff
Willard Bertrand
We Get Letters
Herb F. Congram
Is the Facet Syndrome a Myth?
Editorial Staff

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