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On the left-hand toolbar of our Blog the recent addition of links to the rest of our sections on the PAGES section.

When the Blog replaced our original home page, traffic to the Blog did increase…but, unfortunately at the cost of reduced traffic to the various sections which actually contain the thousands of research articles we have been collecting (in archive fashion) since 1995.

Because of Google, some of those isolated pages continue to increase traffic (like the Diagnosis Page, or the Outcome Assessment Page), but many other equally important pages like the Low Back Pain and Chiropractic page, the Whiplash Page, and Attention Deficit page have experienced diminished traffic, even though these pages are the principal respository for the research that matters to DCs.

I have noticed a significant bump in traffic to all those sections since I moved them into plain view in the Pages section. Thanks to all of you who have noticed those links and taken the time to explore them!

All these sections continue to add materials by the day, week or month. The original home page is regularly updated, and provides the drop down tools to access all of our sections.

Some of you might prefer to use the Site Map to locate materials of interest to you.

Finally, the Search Section is a very convenient way to locate specific materials.

I encourage all of you to explore our sections. No other chiropractic website contains the breadth of materials, presented in such a non-partisan fashion. Our commitment is to provide information of value to the profession, with no thought of reward. That was our vision when Ed Merrifield started this site in March of 1995, and that remains as our sole objective today.

About the Author:

I was introduced to Chiro.Org in early 1996, where my friend Joe Garolis helped me learn HTML, the "mark-up language" for websites. We have been fortunate that journals like JMPT have given us permission to reproduce some early important articles in Full-Text format. Maintaining the Org website has been, and remains, my favorite hobby.

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