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The Chiropractic Antitrust Suit ~ Wilk vs. the AMA

For those who have forgotten, and for those who never ever knew, Organized Medicine spent decades and millions of dollars trying to discredit and destroy chiropractic.   Today, the vestiges of this suppression are still found on fringe web sites that ignore the body of peer-reviewed research supporting chiropractic care.   Explore the depths of Organized Medical arrogance in this in-depth review of the Wilk case.

The Wilk Case can be found on ARCHIVE drop-down.




The LINKS just begat...
Six new Sections, with their very own Search tools! Check out: Cost-Effectiveness of Chiropractic
Headache and Chiropractic
Low Back Pain and Chiropractic
Stroke and Chiropractic
What is the Chiropractic Subluxation?
Whiplash and Chiropractic
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The Chiropractic Research Section also just begat...
two new Sections, with their very own Search tools! Check out:Chronic Neck Pain and Chiropractic
Conditions That Respond Well
Initial Provider/First Contact and Chiropractic
Non-pharmacologic Therapy and Chiropractic
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Chiro.Org's LINKS Section is different !

As early as 1997, the LINKS was collecting abstracts and Full-text articles onto our own server. Over the years, most of those materials have coalesced into topical pages, which now gather related materials into one convenient reference location.

Our Low Back Pain Page and the Whiplash page are just 2 examples.

There are many new topical additions recently added, so drop on by and take a peak:



The Documentation Section
  • Please explore our Documentation Association Recommendations section, which contains detailed recommendations from National Associations for documenting:
    • Record Keeping
    • Initial Exams
    • Clinical Impression and Diagnosis, and
    • Outcome Assessment

  • Review our Useful Tools section, which contains useful form letters, including:
    • Initial and Progress Insurance Letters
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    • other Useful Forms
  • Maximize the Effectiveness of your Documentation by reviewing this in-depth article, available exclusively at Chiro.Org, thanks to the author Dr. Robert Mootz. Thanks Bob!



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