A. Muscular-Skeletal System Articles


A Retrospective Analysis of Infants With Postural Torticollis Receiving Chiropractic Care

Abstract Purpose: A retrospective analysis of infants under chiropractic care for postural torticollis. Methods: Through descriptive statistics, we describe a cohort of infants...

Chiropractic Care of a Pediatric Patient With Growing Pains

Abstract Background: The term growing pain has been used for approximately 150 years. The term was first coined by Duchamp in 1832 in his treatise, “Maladies de la Croissance.” Prevalence studies indicate tha...

Patients With Malposition and Malpresentation Pregnancies Cared for With the Webster Technique: A Retrospective Analysis

Abstract The process of birth is preceded by a myriad of biomechanical and physiologic changes for both mother and fetus. As the mother’s production of the hormone relaxin increases ten-fold, it creates arthrodial laxity, which al...

The Presenting Complaints of Pediatric Patients to Chiropractors: Results from a Practice-based Research Program

Abstract At the turn of the century, Lee et.al. estimated that approximately 30 million pediatric visits were made to chiropractors in 1997 in the United States. The cost of these office visits were also estimated at $1...

Also labeled: A. Safety

The Webster Technique: A Case Series

Abstract Objective: To describe through a case series presentation the chiropractic care of 6 women with medically-diagnosed breech pregnancies at various weeks of gestation in their third trimester. Clinical...