Index to Chiropractic Literature
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Journal ID Article Title Author(s)
Chiropr & Manual Ther: 2023(31:36): 15 27747 Spinal manipulation characteristics: A scoping literature review of force-time characteristics
  • Gorrell LM
  • Nyirö L
  • Pasquier M
  • Pagé I
  • Heneghan NR
  • Schweinhardt P
  • Descarreaux M
Chiropr & Manual Ther: 2023(31:35): 8 27745 Can self-assessment and augmented feedback improve performance and learning retention in manual therapy: Results from an experimental study
  • Pasquier M
  • Memari S
  • Lardon A
  • Descarreaux M
J Manipulative Physiol Ther: May 2021(44:4): 344-351 26839 Manual cervical traction and trunk stabilization cause significant changes in upper and lower esophageal sphincter: A randomized trial
  • Bitnar P
  • Stovicek J
  • Hlava S
  • Kolar P
  • Arlt J
  • Arltova M
  • Madle K
  • Busch A
  • Kobesova A
J Manipulative Physiol Ther: Feb 2021(44:2): 137-145 26622 Influence of standardized procedures on the reliability of hip clinical assessment
  • St-Pierre MO
  • Boivin K
  • Fontaine N
  • Saadé N
  • Sobczak S
J Chiropr Educ: Oct 2020(34:2): 107-115 26489 High-velocity, low-amplitude spinal manipulation training of prescribed forces and thrust duration: A pilot study
  • Zacariah SK
  • Vining RD
  • Gudavalli MR
  • Boesch RJ
J Manipulative Physiol Ther: Jul-Aug 2020(43:6): 26446 Quantification and reliability of hip internal rotation and the FADIR test in supine position using a smartphone application in an asymptomatic population
  • St-Pierre MO
  • Sobczak S
  • Fontaine N
  • Saadé N
  • Boivin K
J Manipulative Physiol Ther: Jul-Aug 2020(43:6): 655-666 26450 Association between physical activity, weight loss, anxiety, and lumbopelvic pain in postpartum women
  • Girard MP
  • O'Shaughnessy J
  • Doucet C
  • Ruchat SM
  • Descarreaux M
Chiropr & Manual Ther: 2020(28:57): 1-10 26384 Assessing forces during spinal manipulation and mobilization: Factors influencing the difference between forces at the patient-table and clinician-patient interfaces
  • Mikhail J
  • Funabashi M
  • Descarreaux M
  • Pagé I
J Chiropr Med: Sep 2019(18:3): 205-212 26354 Preliminary feasibility study to measure the immediate changes of bilateral asymmetry after lumbar spinal manipulative therapy in asymptomatic athletes
  • Alvarenga B
  • Botelho M
  • Lara J
  • João F
  • Veloso A
J Chiropr Med: Jun 2018(17:2): 106-116 25290 Walking gait before and after chiropractic care following fifth metatarsal fractures: A single case kinetic and kinematic study [case report]
  • Russell BS
  • Hoiriis KT
  • Hosek RS
J Chiropr Educ: Mar 2018(32:1): 3-9 25181 Changes in adjustment force, speed, and direction factors in chiropractic students after 10 weeks undergoing standard technique training
  • Owens EF Jr
  • Russell BS
  • Hosek RS
  • Sullivan SGB
  • Dever LL
  • Mullin L
J Manipulative Physiol Ther: Mar-Apr 2016(39:3): 176-184 24420 Development of a linked segment model to derive patient low back reaction forces and moments during high-velocity low-amplitude spinal manipulation
  • Howarth SJ
  • D'Angelo K
  • Triano JJ
J Chiropr Educ: Mar 2016(30:1): 7-13 24326 Establishing force and speed training targets for lumbar spine high-velocity, low-amplitude chiropractic adjustments
  • Owens EF
  • Hosek RS
  • Sullivan S
  • Russell BS
  • Mullin LE
  • Dever LL
J Manipulative Physiol Ther: Jun 1990(13:5): 253-256 9053 The physics of spinal manipulation. Part II. A theoretical consideration of the adjustive force
  • Haas M
Am Chiropr: Jan 1989(:): 78 10630 Computer methods in isokinetics [book review] by David E. Lieberman
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