Reply to: Clinical evaluation of the ability of a proprietary scoliosis traction chair to de-rotate the spine: 6-month results of Cobb angle and rotational measurements

  • Mark W. Morningstar | drmark2star@yahoo.com Private practice of chiropractic medicine, Grand Blanc, MI, United States.

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Reply to: Clinical evaluation of the ability of a proprietary scoliosis traction chair to de-rotate the spine: 6-month results of Cobb angle and rotational measurements
by Sabrina Donzelli, Fabio Zaina, Alessandra Negrini, Michele Romano, Stefano Negrini

DOI: 10.4081/cp.2014.726

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2014-12-11
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letter to the editor, scoliosis traction chair.
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Morningstar, M. W. (2014). Reply to: Clinical evaluation of the ability of a proprietary scoliosis traction chair to de-rotate the spine: 6-month results of Cobb angle and rotational measurements. Clinics and Practice, 4(3). https://doi.org/10.4081/cp.2014.739