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Chiropractic management of a patient with breast cancer metastases to the brain and spine: a case report

August 31, 2015

Cancers of the breast, kidney, lungs, prostate and thyroid metastasize to the musculoskeletal system in the majority of patients with malignancy. This report chronicles the case of a 65-year-old female with a known history of breast cancer who presented to a chiropractic clinic. Once metastasis was ruled out as the cause of her complaint, the

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A question of quality and quantity of chiropractic care

August 15, 2014

Faced with great increases in the costs of health care, the government agencies responsible for funding are taking a much more active role in the decision making process regarding the expenditure of health care dollars. This paper reviews how a government analysis of the type of care rendered by chiropractors can result in assumptions about

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A comparison of quality and satisfaction experiences of patients attending chiropractic and physician offices in Ontario

May 07, 2014

Introduction: Improving the quality of healthcare is a common goal of consumers, providers, payer groups, and governments. There is evidence that patient satisfaction influences the perceptions of the quality of care received. Methods: This exploratory, qualitative study described and analyzed, the similarities and differences in satisfaction and dissatisfaction experiences of patients attending physicians (social justice)

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