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Rehabilitation of the older patient: a case report

The likelihood of encountering a disabled older patient in clinical practice will dramatically increase over the next few years due to our aging population. Whether the disability is a result of a post-traumatic injury or the consequences of a degenerative process, it is important to understand the health care needs of this rapidly growing segment

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The integration of a surface electromyography in the clinical decision making process: a case report

Objective: To demonstrate how the findings of surface electromyography (S.E.M.G.) were integrated into the clinical decision-making process. Clinical Features: This is a retrospective review of the file of a 27-year-old male suffering from mechanical low back pain. He was evaluated on 3 separate occasions over a 3 year period. History, radiography, functional outcome studies, visual-numerical

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Acute traumatic anterior glenohumeral dislocation complicated by axillary nerve damage: a case report

An elite soccer player presented with a classic acute anterior dislocation of the glenohumeral joint complicated by axillary nerve damage. The incidence, mechanism of injury, clinical presentation, conservative treatment and rehabilitation of the anterior glenohumeral joint dislocation and associated axillary nerve damage are discussed in this paper. (JCCA 1998; 42(3):150–155) Key Words: chiropractic, conservative management,

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Canadian Chiropractic Examining Board, 1954 to 1985

This paper undertook to review the history of the Canadian Chiropractic Examining Board (CCEB) during the period from 1954 up to 1985. The issues of onset, purpose, and structure are outlined and an attempt to determine its effectiveness and examination validity are recounted. The contributions made by James and Lorraine Langford to the process and

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Abdominal aortic aneurysms: case report

A 71-year-old male presented to a chiropractic clinic with subacute low back pain. While the pain appeared to be mechanical in nature, radiographic evaluation revealed an abdominal aortic aneurysm, which required the patient to have vascular surgery. This case report illustrates the importance of the history and physical examination in addition to a thorough knowledge

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