Tag: upper cervical


Feb

04

2006

Practice Guidelines for the Atlas Orthogonal Doctor

The following guidelines set a standard of practice for Atlas Orthogonal chiropractic care. The doctor of chiropractic must be a licensed health-care provider and must practice within the parameters of the scope of practice for which he is licensed. Chiropractic guidelines should not be interpreted as absolute. Extenuating circumstances may change the extent of chiropractic care needed by the individual. The Atlas Orthogonal programs are...

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Feb

04

2006

Guidelines for Pre- and Post-Radiographs for Care Documentation

Pre and post X-rays have been important standards of care in the chiropractic profession for 49 years. Dr. B.J. Palmer, the “developer of chiropractic,” introduced X-rays to the chiropractic profession in 1911.(1) He stated it was necessary to X-ray the spine to find vertebral misalignment on a scientific basis.(2) In 1946, Dr. John F. Grostic introduced to the chiropractic profession post X-rays, which were taken...

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