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Chiropractic Journal of Australia
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ISSN (Print) 1036-0913
Published by RMIT Publishing Homepage  [387 journals]
  • Volume 41 Issue 2 - The new anatomy facility at Macquarie University and
           its role in chiropractic education and research
    • Abstract: Strkalj, Goran; Casey, Marian; Appleyard, Richard
      This paper presents the newly opened Anatomy and Surgical Skills Facility at the Macquarie University's Australian School of Advanced Medicine. The facility has been used, since second semester of the 2010 academic year, for anatomy teaching in the chiropractic program. The new facility contains up-to-date equipment organised around 10 workstations. The additional rooms are also available for anatomy teaching. The laboratory enables implementation of the recently revamped anatomy curriculum and provides opportunity for interaction with other medical professionals. It also offers possibilities for the development of the basic sciences orientated chiropractic research.

      PubDate: Fri, 29 May 2020 15:55:48 GMT
  • Volume 41 Issue 2 - Effect of a Single Chiropractic Adjustment on
           Divergent Thinking and Creative Output: A Pilot Study, Part II
    • Abstract: Masarsky, Charles S; Todres-Masarsky, Marion
      Objective: The responses of sixteen subjects to a single chiropractic adjustment are described in terms of structured divergent thinking tasks and post-adjustment interview of the subjects. Clinical Features: The subjects were respondents to a call for subjects. they ranged from 28 to 73 years of age. All of the subjects except subject 25 were currently involved in a real-world task involving some form of creative thinking. (Note: The numbering of subjects in this report begins with Subject 11. Subjects 1-10 were discussed in Part I.) Thirteen of the subjects were also experiencing pain or other musculoskeletal symptoms at the time of the study. Subjects 12 and 14 also reported emotional stress at the time of the study. Interventions and Outcomes: Two versions of the alternate uses test were administered before and a third version after a chiropractic ad justment. This test is an established outcome measure related to divergent thinking, which is a component of creativity. Each subject was also interviewed one to nine days after the adjustment, to ascertain their own impressions of any changes they experienced in the realm of creative thinking. the chiropractic adjustments were performed according to Diversified and Applied Kinesiology protocols. Pooled data from this paper and the previous paper were analyzed. Mean alternate uses test scores for two dimensions of performance (fluency and originality) were greater on the post-adjustment trial than the mean scores for either of the pre-adjustment trials. However, this change was not statistically significant. On interview, subjects were asked if they had noticed any change regarding their engagement with their real-world creative task. Fourteen subjects reported in increase in creativity, while nine reported an increase in their level of energy or quality of focus with respect to creative work. three subjects reported no change in creativity or energy/focus. None of the subjects gave any indication on interview that their creativity had suffered in any way. chi-square analysis of the interview data indicates that the observed distribution differs from a random distribution to a statistically significant degree (p = 0.030189). An exploration of possible confounders of the data suggests false negative alternate uses test results to be more likely than false positive interview results. Conclusions: A statistically significant short-term enhancement of creative thinking or energy/focus when involved in creative work following a chiropractic adjustment is indicated by the interview data, with a latency of zero to nine days. Speculations regarding the nature of this latency are discussed. the results of a pilot study must be approached with caution. Therefore, we devote much of our discussion to the topic of how future research can overcome the limitations of the present study.

      PubDate: Thu, 2 Nov 2017 11:47:38 GMT
  • Volume 41 Issue 2 - Osteochondritis Dissecans of the Knee in a 10 Year old
           Female Gymnast: A Radiology Case Report
    • Abstract: Rhodes, Chanelle; Drovandi, Sarah
      Objective: To discuss the clinical presentation and diagnostic imaging appearance of osteochondritis dissecans of the knee in a 10-year-old competitive female gymnast. Clinical features: The patient presented with a 4-month history of knee pain that was aggravated by activity and relieved with rest. Outcome: The patient was referred to her general practitioner and subsequent orthopedist for consultation. Diagnostic imaging studies of the knee including plain film and MRI revealed findings consistent with osteochondritis dissecans. The patient was placed on complete rest from activity for eight weeks and has since returned to competitive gymnastics. Conclusion: Osteochondritis dissecans of the knee is a prevalent disorder in young high-level athletes. It is characterised by a subchondral osseous fragment that can separate from the underlying bone. Diagnosis and management must be implemented quickly and with patient compliance to allow for a positive outcome. Successful resolution of OCD at the knee in young high-level athletes can often be achieved with conservative management to include; rest, ice and bracing. Chiropractic care is helpful in the management of associated back, knee, hip and ankle complaints induced by altered gait and weight bearing.

      PubDate: Thu, 2 Nov 2017 11:47:38 GMT
  • Volume 41 Issue 2 - Ionising Radiation Dose for Cervical Spine Radiography
    • Abstract: Charlton, Keith
      This report provides data on the ionising radiation dose per volunteer in a study undertaken to calculate dose to the necks of volunteers who will have three lateral projection plain radiographs taken in the neutral, flexion and extension positions as part of a larger study of interjoint motion in the neck in the sagittal plane.

      PubDate: Thu, 2 Nov 2017 11:47:38 GMT
  • Volume 41 Issue 2 - Thoracic Pain: An Observational Study of Chiropractic
           Treatment on Pain and Wellbeing within a Student Setting
    • Abstract: McDonald, Marcus; Ktenas, Stavros; Turner, Shane; Yoon, Bo Sung; Maljanek, Michael; Wilson, Daniel Curtis
      Objective: The purpose of this study is to observe non-specific thoracic spinal pain and wellbeing in patients before and after Chiropractic intervention in a student setting. Design and Setting: A prospective practice-based observational study of patients receiving Chiropractic treatment for non-specific thoracic spinal pain (NS-TSP) presenting to RMIT students in teaching clinics. Clinical Features: 23 patients were treated within a multi-modal therapy framework. Methods: Outcome measures: Short form RAND-36 and Short form McGill Pain Questionnaire were administered on the initial consultation before treatment and again after the sixth treatment. Results: The short form McGill (Total, VAS, PPI) and the physical component summary of the Short form Rand-36 revealed a statistical significance post treatment (p
      PubDate: Thu, 2 Nov 2017 11:47:38 GMT
  • Volume 41 Issue 2 - Report on the 2010 World Federation of Chiropractic
           Educational Conference: 'Clinical Training in Chiropractic Education:
           Meeting the Demands of a New Era'
    • Abstract: Richards, Dennis
      A report on the 2010 World Federation of Chiropractic (WFC) Educational Conference entitled 'Clinical Training in Chiropractic Education: Meeting the Demands of a New Era' is presented. Details of several presentations and topics covered are highlighted.

      PubDate: Thu, 2 Nov 2017 11:47:38 GMT
  • Volume 41 Issue 2 - Mary Ann Chance Memorial Paper: The Chiropractor as
           Portrayed in American Cartoons - 1910-2010
    • Abstract: Wiese, Glenda
      The author examined the portrayal of chiropractors in cartoons published in non-chiropractic sources within the United States. A total of 162 cartoons published during the period 1910 to 2010 were analyzed chronologically and topically. The author analyzed the appearance, behavior, treatment methods and efficacy of the chiropractor as depicted in the cartoon, and determined that there had been a change in the way chiropractic was presented in the cartoon medium. The author determined there was a pattern of less negativity (50% to 45%) toward chiropractic as a profession and more acceptance of chiropractic. Many of the cartoons (54) dealt with the causes of patients' complaints, 25 were a play on words, and 29 referred to procedures used by a chiropractor. Other categories included sounds produced during an adjustment (12), types of spines (11), name calling or prejudice (5), and results obtained (4).

      PubDate: Thu, 2 Nov 2017 11:47:38 GMT
  • Volume 41 Issue 2 - Mary Ann Chance Memorial Paper
    • Abstract: Ebrall, Phillip
      PubDate: Thu, 2 Nov 2017 11:47:38 GMT
  • Volume 41 Issue 2 - A Frog Chorus
    • Abstract: Ebrall, Phillip
      PubDate: Thu, 2 Nov 2017 11:47:38 GMT
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