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A Proposed Vertebral Subluxation Model Reflecting Traditional Concepts and Recent Advances in Health and Science:  Part II

 

William R. Boone, Ph.D, D.C. and Graham J. Dobson, D.C.

 

Journal of Vertebral Subluxation Research ~ Volume 1 ~ Number 2 ~ Pages 1-8

 

Abstract


Part two of an expanded vertebral subluxation model (VSM) is presented. Information is considered from other conceptual models which evaluate health assessment, quality of life measures, disease, and disease. The expanded model unfolds a rationale for qualifying the etiologic basis as well as the consequences of vertebral subluxation.

Key words: Vertebral Subluxation Model (VSM), Health Related Quality of Life Measures, Dis-ease, Disease, Subluxation Etiology
 

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