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

 

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

 

Journal of Vertebral Subluxation Research ~ Volume 1 ~ Number 3 ~ Pages 1-9

 

Abstract


This is the concluding article in a three part series describing a proposed vertebral subluxation model which is based on traditional and contemporary information. This article presents one strategy for investigating subluxation-based chiropractic and the vertebral subluxation. The holistic and mechanical aspects of subluxation-based chiropractic are discussed in conjunction with research methods for their study. Attention is placed on an eclectic approach to investigation which incorporates methods used in sociology/anthropology, as well as the basic sciences and biomedicine.

Key words:  Vertebral subluxation, research methodology, research strategy


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