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Dynamic Chiropractic Archives - May 17, 1999

May 17, 1999 Issue
Volume 17, Issue 11
Alliance Unveils 1999 Media Campaign
Editorial Staff
AMA Impairment Rating Guides Seriously Flawed
Editorial Staff
Ohio, Kentucky Associations Aided Indiana in Insurance Campaign
Editorial Staff
The Power of Misinformation: April Fools' Day Joke Backfires on Palmer Student Paper
Editorial Staff
California Forum News
Editorial Staff
Sacrum Subluxation
Claudia Anrig
How Do I Justify the Medical Necessity of My Care? Part I: Overview
Craig Liebenson, Steven Yeomans, Scott Chapman
American Food
Douglas Andersen
The Headache Diagnosis and Management Series for the Chiropractor, Part III
Darryl Curl
Getting Patients to Perform Active Rehabilitation
Kim Christensen
Motion Palpation in the Next Century, Part III
Keith Innes
Chiroweb Kiosk
Editorial Staff
National Managed Health Care Congress: Alternatives Become Mainstream
Louis Sportelli Scores First Million Hit Month
Editorial Staff
What Are the Effects of Zero Gravity on the Spine?
Editorial Staff
News in Brief
Editorial Staff
Lumbar Scoliosis with Pelvic Obliquity
Nancy Molina
Nat'l Spine Network Accepts First Chiropractic Members
Editorial Staff
A Moment of Silence for Francisco ("Pancho") Montaño-Pizarro,DC
Editorial Staff
Formula for the Future: Message or Product?
Robert Mootz
How Successful Are You?
Donald M. Petersen Jr.
Politics, Propaganda and the Press, Part II
Tonda Bian
The Sensation of Rejuvenation
Barbara Zapotocky

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