Index to Chiropractic Literature
Index to Chiropractic Literature
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Journal ID Article Title Author(s)
J Can Chiropr Assoc: Sep 2015(59:3): Online access only p 288–293 24169 Is “fear of passive movement” a distinctive component of the Fear-Avoidance Model in whiplash?
  • Vernon H
  • Guerriero R
  • Kavanaugh S
  • Puhl A
Clin Chiropr: Dec 2006(9:4): 206-208 19328 Robert Ferrari, The Whiplash Encyclopedia: The Facts and Myths of Whiplash, 2nd ed., Jones and Bartlett, 2006 [book review]
  • Meal G
J Am Chiropr Assoc: Jul 2000(37:7): 32+ 21575 Whiplash injury: The current model
  • Croft AC
J Am Chiropr Assoc: Dec 1999(36:12): 55-56 381 Paradoxical motion, the cause of hypolordosis and kyphotic migration in the cervical spine secondary to hyperflexion/hyperextension injury
  • Opper RM
J Clin Chiropr Pediatr: Jan 1996(1:1): 36-40 18413 Pediatric cervical acceleration/deceleration injuries: education, the key to saving and improving the quality of life
  • Clow BJE
J Manipulative Physiol Ther: Oct 1992(15:8): 501-511 6718 Three-dimensional head kinematics and clinical outcome of patients with neck injury treated with spinal manipulative therapy: A pilot study
  • Osterbauer PJ
  • Derickson KL
  • Peles JD
  • DeBoer KF
  • Fuhr AW
  • Winters JM
J Manipulative Physiol Ther: Jul-Aug 1990(13:6): 297-304 8936 Time course considerations for the effects of unilateral lower cervical adjustments with respect to the amelioration of cervical lateral-flexion passive end-range asymmetry
  • Nansel DD
  • Peneff AO
  • Cremata EE
  • Carlson J
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