A co-operative chiropractic and medical practice
Walker, B.F. (1989) A co-operative chiropractic and medical practice. Journal of the Australian Chiropractors' Association, 19 (4). pp. 129-131.
Chiropractors and medical practitioners working together in a clinical setting is unusual. Subjective evaluation and objective examination of six years' experience in such a clinic suggests that the benefits outweigh the disadvantages. A survey of two hundred current patient files was conducted. The data from these files shows, amongst other things, that 27% of those patients attend both a chiropractor and medical practitioner at the clinic. This paper focuses on our experiences in a co-operative chiropractic and medical clinic.
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