In praise of chiropractic

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Authors: Breen, A.

Journal: J Health Serv Res Policy

Volume: 14

Issue: 3

Pages: 188-189

ISSN: 1355-8196

DOI: 10.1258/jhsrp.2009.009025

The rationales used in chiropractic are largely in keeping with current evidence-based guidance. When listening to debates for and against the scientific basis of chiropractic, it is important to be aware of the selective use of evidence on both sides and of the limitations of logical positivistic arguments when it comes to health care areas that have a substantial psychosocial component.

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Authors: Breen, A.

Journal: Journal of Health Services Research and Policy

Volume: 14

Issue: 3

Pages: 188-189

ISSN: 1355-8196

DOI: 10.1258/jhsrp.2009.009025

The rationales used in chiropractic are largely in keeping with current evidence-based guidance. When listening to debates for and against the scientific basis of chiropractic, it is important to be aware of the selective use of evidence on both sides and of the limitations of logical positivistic arguments when it comes to health care areas that have a substantial psychosocial component. © The Royal Society of Medicine Press Ltd 2009.

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Authors: Breen, A.

Journal: JOURNAL OF HEALTH SERVICES RESEARCH & POLICY

Volume: 14

Issue: 3

Pages: 188-189

ISSN: 1355-8196

DOI: 10.1258/jhsrp.2009.009025

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Authors: Breen, A.

Journal: Journal of health services research & policy

Volume: 14

Issue: 3

Pages: 188-189

eISSN: 1758-1060

ISSN: 1355-8196

The rationales used in chiropractic are largely in keeping with current evidence-based guidance. When listening to debates for and against the scientific basis of chiropractic, it is important to be aware of the selective use of evidence on both sides and of the limitations of logical positivistic arguments when it comes to health care areas that have a substantial psychosocial component.

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