Chiropractic Researchers

December 2009
Journal of the Canadian Chiropractic Association;Dec2009, Vol. 53 Issue 4, p226
Academic Journal
The article presents a professional profile of chiropractor Dr. Katherine MacAdam. MacAdam specializes in sport chiropractic treatment for athletic injuries and is a member of the Canadian Sport Psychology Association. In addition to her chiropractic work, she is a mental performance instructor who uses guided imagery as an adjunct to traditional chiropractic treatment for injuries.


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