Chiropractic Care of Special Populations

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Jones & Bartlett Learning, 1999 - 219 pages
Chiropractic clinical strategies that fall outside the accepted standards.
Reprints of five years of Topics in Clinical Chiropractic updated with recent information.
Algorithms and care pathways to help you identify and manage age- and gender-spe

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Contents

Periodic Health Examination of Infants and Children
25
Chiropractic Management of the Special Needs Child
41
Identification and Management 000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000
50
Keys for the Chiropractor
56
Adjusting the Pediatric Spine
69
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APPENDIX ICChildrens Health Internet Sites
86
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Considerations in Adjusting Women
135
Recognition and Intervention Strategies
145
APPENDIX IIAA Guide to Womens Health Resources
154
Unique Challenges
182
Manipulative Care and Older Persons
195
A Chiropractic Perspective with a focus on Prevention
204
APPENDIX IIIAInternet Sites for Seniors
211
Copyright

A Current Summary
124

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About the author (1999)

Robert D. Mootz, DC, FICC, is Associate Medical Director for Chiropractic for the State of Washington Deparmtent of Labor and Industries in Olympia, Washington. Also, he is editor of the journal Topics in Clinical Chiropractic, which is published quarterly and blends clinical updates with practice concern in a clearly written, user-friendly format.

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