Chiropractic Science: A Contemporary Neurophysiologic Paradigm

Srbely, John
September 2010
Journal of the Canadian Chiropractic Association;Sep2010, Vol. 54 Issue 3, p144
Academic Journal
The author reflects on the field of chiropractic. He suggests that in order for chiropractic to reach its full potential as a health care profession, it must be universally integrated into the mainstream health care model. He argues that for chiropractic to be accepted in the mainstream health care model, research must be conducted which proves the scientific effectiveness of its use.


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