Conservative Neuromusculoskeletal Care for the Chiropractor and Chiropractic Student
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Spine Docs Online was developed as a resource for practicing chiropractors and chiropractic students. This site provides the resources for those who would like to practice evidence-based conservative care for non-surgical neuromusculoskeletal conditions. We are also the home of the spinedocs online discussion group. This group is dedicated to discussing current events in the chiropractic profession as they relate to this type of conservative neuromusculoskeletal care.
If you are aware of an excellent web site that should be added to Spine Docs Online, please let me know. Enjoy yourself.
Lawrence H. Wyatt, DC, DACBR, FICC.
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FEATURED LINKS Back to Top
CCGPP Best Practices Lower Back Draft Document
Subluxation: Dogma or Science?
Fostering Critical Thinking Skills
Fear of Change in Chiropractic
WHO Releases Guidelines on Chiropractic Education
A non-surgical approach to the management of lumbar spinal stenosis: a prospective observational cohort study.
A Nonsurgical Approach to the Management of Patients With Cervical Radiculopathy: A Prospective Observational Cohort Study
Conservative Chiropractic Management of Recalcitrant Foot Pain After Fasciotomy: A Retrospective Case Review
The appropriate use of radiography in clinical practice: a report of two cases of biomechanical versus malignant spine pain.
The musculoskeletal effects of diabetes mellitus.
The Necessary Future of Chiropractic Education: A North American Perspective
IAF The Future of Chiropractic Revisited: 2005-2015 (PDF)
In the Quest for Cultural Authority
A Clinical Prediction Rule for Patients Who Will Benefit from Spinal Manipulation(IMPORTANT VIDEO)
UK Back pain, Exercise and Manipulation(BEAM) Trial
UPCOMING CONFERENCES/EVENTS Back to Top
American Chiropractic College of Radiology Conference
American Chiropractic Board of Sports Physicians Symposium
Conference on Chiropractic Research
WFC/ACC Education Conference
College of Forensic Sciences: "Crash into Vehicular Trauma"