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Subluxation–based Guidelines
 
   

Vertebral Subluxation in Chiropractic Practice
International Chiropractors Association's Committee on
Chiropractic Practice Guidelines and Protocols
~ 1998

This 3rd Chapter of ICA's Recommended Clinical Protocols and Guidelines for the Practice of Chiropractic discusses Instrumentation, Radiographic and other Imaging, Clinical Impression and Assessment, Reassessment and Outcome Assessment, Modes of Adjustive Care, Duration of Care for Correction of Vertebral Subluxation, and Chiropractic Care for Children.

Vertebral Subluxation in Chiropractic Practice
Council on Chiropractic Practice (CCP) ~ 2013

The major recommendations address: Case History, Chiropractic Examination, Radiographic and Other Imaging studies, Clinical Impression and Assessment, Reassessment and Outcomes Assessment, Duration of Care for Correction of Vertebral Subluxation (included in the Articles section), and Chiropractic Care of Children.
You may also enjoy the:
Vertebral Subluxation in Chiropractic Practice ~ 2008
Vertebral Subluxation in Chiropractic Practice ~ 2003
The original Guideline ~ 1998

Subluxation and Neurology Articles
A Chiro.Org article collection

This page contains articles relating to the vertebral subluxation complex, and it's impact on neurology.

 
   

Articles About Subluxation–based Guidelines
 
   

Duration of Care for Correction of Vertebral Subluxation
Vertebral Subluxation in Chiropractic Practice Guidelines ~ August 2004
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Chiropractors are encouraged to employ a clinically driven variable length of care format in which the duration of care is determined by each individual patient’s progress toward meeting measurable objectives, set in individualized care plans and identified during individual assessment. This application ensures that patients are not over- or underutilizing a health-care resource and are currently receiving the best possible care.



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