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Chiropractic: Efficacy, Safety and Satisfaction

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1 The Safety and Effectiveness of Pediatric Chiropractic: A Survey of Chiropractors and Parents in a Practice-based Research Network
2 Prevalence of Nonmusculoskeletal Complaints in Chiropractic Practice: Report from a Practice-Based Research Program
3 Long-Term Trends in the Use of Complementary and Alternative Medical Therapies in the United States
4 Complementary Medicine and General Practice: An Urban Perspective
5 Normal Medical Practice of Referring Patients for Complementary Therapies among Australian General Practitioners
6 Arterial Dissections Following Cervical Manipulation: The Chiropractic Experience
7 Risk Assessment of Neurological and/or Vertebrobasilar Complications in the Pediatric Chiropractic Patient. (Risk of Complications in Pediatric Patients under Chiropractic Care)
8 Patient Satisfaction with Chiropractic Physicians in an Independent Physicians' Association
9 1990 Death Rates in the U.S. in Relation to: Chiropractors and Medical Doctors Per Capita, Age, Income, and Education
10 The Safety of Chiropractic for Children: A Researchers Perspective
11 The Safety and Effectiveness of Pediatric Chiropractic: Results from a Practice-based Research Network
12 A Survey of Parents on the Iatrogenesis Associated With Chiropractic Spinal Manipulative Therapy of Pediatric Patients: Results from a Practice-based Research Study
13 Adverse Events Associated With Pediatric Spinal Manipulation: A Systematic Review. What Does the Data Really Show?