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Characteristics of 217 Children Attending a Chiropractic College Teaching Clinic

The authors found that pediatric patients at Western States Chiropractic College public clinic commonly had ordinary complaints of ear-infection, sinus problems, allergy, bedwetting, respiratory problems, and gastro-intestinal problems. Complete or substantial improvement had been noted in 61.6% of pediatric patients of their chief complaint, 60.6% received "maximum" level of improvement while only 56.7% of adult patients received "maximum" level of improvement.

Nyiendo J. Olsen E.   J Manipulative Physiol Ther 1988 (Apr); 11 (2): 78-84