Published Jun 13, 2017
Peter Rome


Part I of this paper discussed issues involving the many terms adopted by the various manipulative sciences health professions. These have appeared in a number of formats. In particular, it presents terminology surrounding components of the clinical entity identified by chiropractors as the Vertebral Subluxation Complex (VSC) or chiropractic subluxation. While it may not constitute hard evidence, the plethora of euphemisms would support the identity of the clinical finding - a VSC or subluxation complex of other articulations. (Chiropr J Australia 2017;45:90-129)
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