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  • 1. 
    ________ is defined as the rational investigation of the truths and principles of being, knowledge or conduct.
  • 2. 
    In 1974, the was recognized by the US Office of Education as anauthorized accrediting body for chiropractic programs and institutions.
  • 3. 
    Ideal functional wellnes, departure from wellness, di-ease, disease, and death describes the
  • 4. 
    The "power within" that functions through the brain and nervous system is called
  • 5. 
    A non-specific longer lever move used primarily to increase range of motion is called
  • 6. 
    "A complex of functional and/or structural and/or pathological articular changes that compromise neural integrity and may influence organ system function and general health"The following definition was developed by
  • 7. 
    "A complex of functional and/or structural and/or pathological articular changes that compromise neural integrity and may influence organ system function and general health"The above quoted definition defines
  • 8. 
    The______ Technique is a stand-alone system of technique as well as the general body of generic chiropractic adjusting procedures.
  • 9. 
    __________ is responsible for the quote "Look well tot he spine for the cause of disease".
  • 10. 
    _____ is responsible for introducing the meric system, x-ray and the neurocalometer tot eh chiropractic profession.
  • 11. 
    _____ is credited with he discovery of chiropractic.
  • 12. 
    The earliest written description of spinal manipulation was in the Kung Fou document produced around the year _____
  • 13. 
    _______ treatments were formally promoted in the 19th century by Samuel Thomson, who patented his remedies and published a compendium.
  • 14. 
    "Spinal irritation" was referenced in the medical journals several times in the ____ century.
  • 15. 
    The word ______ first appears in the English language in 1746 in the works of Joannes Henricus Hieronymi and refers to limited joint motion, pain and altered position.
  • 16. 
    Movement into paraphysiological joint space does not occur with
  • 17. 
    _____ is a form of spinal manipulative therapy that developed in Europe and has been included within the specialties of general practice, physical medicine and rehabilitation, rheumatology, orthopedics and neurology.
  • 18. 
    One reason given as to why spinal manipulation was abandoned by most physicians and surgeons in the 19th century is that the endemic proportions of _____ at that time increased the risk of injury.
  • 19. 
    THe earliest text describing _____ was written by Friar Moulto in 1656. This form of sinal manipulative therapy had a humble, oral tradition and practitioners were refused acess to hospitals. It was popular with patients by disdained by physicians.
  • 20. 
    Chiropractic was first discovered in______
    • A. 

      1848

    • B. 

      1860

    • C. 

      1895

    • D. 

      1905

  • 21. 
    Which of the following is the name of the 1st chiropractic textbook?
    • A. 

      Essential Principles of CHiropractic

    • B. 

      Modernized chiropractic

    • C. 

      Principles and Practice of chiropractic

    • D. 

      Technique systems in CHiropractic

  • 22. 
    Breaking complex phenomena down to fundamental elements and explaining the whole in terms of the parts describes which type of philosophy or reasoning?
    • A. 

      Vitalistic

    • B. 

      Mechanistic

    • C. 

      Deductive

    • D. 

      Reductionistic

  • 23. 
    Which of the following trade assoications was formed in 1848?
    • A. 

      AMA

    • B. 

      ACA

    • C. 

      CMA

    • D. 

      ICA

  • 24. 
    THe UCA's first test case in 1907 invovled a PSC graduate by the name of
    • A. 

      Harvey Lillard

    • B. 

      Shegatoro Morikubo

    • C. 

      Andrew Taylor Still

    • D. 

      Peter Martin

  • 25. 
    The ________ Report presented to the Carnegie Foundation in 1910 had a dramatic impact on the sorry state of medical education in the US and Canada.
  • 26. 
    The Original Palmer curriculum consisted of ____ months
  • 27. 
    In 1974, the _________ was recognized by the US office of Education as an authorized accrediting body for chiropractic programs and instituions
  • 28. 
    THe author of the "Green Books" was ________ Palmer
  • 29. 
    Which of the following was the last state to adopt a chiropractic law?
    • A. 

      Kansas

    • B. 

      California

    • C. 

      Iowa

    • D. 

      Louisiana

  • 30. 
    If nature puts two things together in a meaningful way, something new is generated which cannot be described anymore in terms of the qualities of its constituents. Strang refers to this idea as ________.
  • 31. 
    The primary defendant in the Wilk Antitrust Lawsuit was which of the following?
    • A. 

      Shegatoro Morikubo

    • B. 

      Tom Morris

    • C. 

      ICA

    • D. 

      AMA

  • 32. 
    The first peer reviewed periodical developed at National College of CHiropractic is which of the following?
    • A. 

      FCLB

    • B. 

      JMPT

    • C. 

      NBCE

    • D. 

      NCC

  • 33. 
    In 1994, the Agency for Health Care Policy and Research published guidelines (very favorable to chiropractic) pertaining to which of the following problems?
    • A. 

      Neck Pain

    • B. 

      Scoliosis

    • C. 

      Headache

    • D. 

      Low Back Pain

  • 34. 
    The largest national chiropractic trade association for chiropractic is which of the following?
    • A. 

      ACA

    • B. 

      ICA

    • C. 

      NACM

    • D. 

      WCA

  • 35. 
    DD Palmer referred to ________ as the organizing the force that orevades everything.
  • 36. 
    The type of thinking that says that everything is potentially measurable and that whatever is proved immeasurable is unreal is called _________
  • 37. 
    The ideal that each individual posses an intrincsic biologic dynamic that interacts with and greatly modifies the external forces with which it comes in contact is described by Strang as the _____ equation.
  • 38. 
    The ________ is usually considered to be short lever move that corrests segmental misalignment associated with nerve interference.
  • 39. 
    "Use it or lose it"; the idea that the body increase its survivability by fully experincing its surroundings is referred to by Strang as the _________
  • 40. 
    ________ originated around 1900 and used massge and exercise as the primary misalignment.
  • 41. 
    BJ Palmer added the element of ______ to DD Palmer's concept of intervertebral misalignment.
  • 42. 
    The practice of ______ influenced the development of Osteopathy and chiropractic and was practiced by DD Palmer for 9 years prior to formulating the theory of chiropractic.
  • 43. 
    The profession of ______ was based on the principle that "ligatites" caused vertebrae to draw too closely together, thus obstructing nerves and blood vessels, resulting in disease.
  • 44. 
    The "rule of the artery" was purposed by ______, who founded osteopathy in 1874
  • 45. 
    ______ practiced a method of manipulating the spine around 400 BC; he used traction combined with a thrust or sustained pressure.
  • 46. 
    Techniques such as bloodletting, blistering, leeching and purging were used by _______ int eh early 19th century.
  • 47. 
    _____ is an example of a procedure that is specifically lsited as not being an appropriate part of chiropractic practice as defined by Palmer Tenets.
  • 48. 
    The name of the organization that provides programmatic accreditation to chiropractic programs in Canada is
  • 49. 
    If nature puts two things together in a meaningful way, something new is generated which cannot be described anymore in terms of the qualities of its constituents. Strang refers to this idea as ________.
  • 50. 
    COCSA stands for
  • 51. 
    The national chiropractic trade association that is most exclusively “subluxation-based” is the
  • 52. 
    The second largest national chiropractic trade association for chiropractic is the
  • 53. 
    The ________ technique is used by 96% of chiropractors and 72% of patients are treated with it.
  • 54. 
    List 3 chiropractic techniques practiced by more than 50% of chiropractors:
  • 55. 
    NIH
  • 56. 
    WFC
  • 57. 
    ICD
  • 58. 
    FCLB
  • 59. 
    PI
  • 60. 
    What was the purpose of the Universal Chiropractor's Association (UCA)?
  • 61. 
    What is the name of the organization that provides programmatic accreditation to chiropractic programs in the United States?
  • 62. 
    The ______ was organized by the FCLB in 1963 and gradually replaced basic science exams.
  • 63. 
    THe first principle or major premise asserts the existence of a ___________
  • 64. 
    _______ inerferes witht eh transmission of mental impulses.
  • 65. 
    Disease caused by the doctor is called _______ disease.
  • 66. 
    The ratio f the cost of malpractic insurance for a genral practitioner compared to a chiropractor is about ____
  • 67. 
    Primary mode of treatment reportd by 98% of chiropractors is the ______
  • 68. 
    CCEI
  • 69. 
    DD Palmer first Chiropractor patient?
  • 70. 
    What does AMA stands for, and when was it formed?
  • 71. 
    UCA
  • 72. 
    First chiropractor statue, and in what year?
  • 73. 
    NACM
  • 74. 
    The developer of chiropractic care
  • 75. 
    ACC defines subluxlation as:
  • 76. 
    Sound caused by release of O2, N, and CO2, releasing joint pressure.
  • 77. 
    Main malpractice carrier for chiropractic profession?
  • 78. 
    Who said, “Look well to the spine for the cause of disease.”
  • 79. 
    ACC
  • 80. 
    BJ Palmer added the element of _____ to DD Palmer concept of intervertebral misalignment.
  • 81. 
    BJ palmer proclaimed in 1924 that the _____ could find the cause of all diseases of the human race.
  • 82. 
    How long was the original Palmer curriculum?
  • 83. 
    What were the two ways that BJ Palmer used philosophy?
  • 84. 
    If nature puts two things together in a meaningful way, something new is generatedwhich cannot be described anymore in terms of the qualities of its constituents. Strangrefers to this idea as
  • 85. 
    The primary defendant in the Wilk Antitrust Lawsuit was which of the following?
  • 86. 
    The first peer reviewed periodical developed at National College of Chiropractic iswhich of the following?
  • 87. 
    In which of the following patient positions is the patient "face up"?
  • 88. 
    Which ofthe following national chiropractic trade associations is most exclusively"subluxation-based"?
  • 89. 
    Combining the best available external evidence with individual experience primarilyrepresents which of the following?
  • 90. 
    According to the ACC Chiropractic Paradigm, the purpose of chiropractic is to
  • 91. 
    Which of the following is ~OT mentioned in the ACC Chiropractic Paradigm as partof the practice of chiropractic?
  • 92. 
    Which of the following is a feature of.a patient-centered care paradigm?
  • 93. 
    Who was the lead author of the first RCT of chiropractic adjusting?
  • 94. 
    SCASA
  • 95. 
    What term describes the “life-matter” relationship?
  • 96. 
    What was the Major Premise?
  • 97. 
    Who is given credit for the germ theory? When?
  • 98. 
    Who determined the vertebral subluxation to be “the cause of all disease?”
  • 99. 
    Natural remedies; vitamins, minerals
  • 100. 
    Branch of medicine that gives small, indescribeable things to treat a condition
  • 101. 
    Like medicines in past used in manipulations
  • 102. 
    ABS
  • 103. 
    AHCPR
  • 104. 
    AHRQ
  • 105. 
    APHA
  • 106. 
    CAM
  • 107. 
    CCEP
  • 108. 
    CCCR
  • 109. 
    CCGPP
  • 110. 
    CCPA
  • 111. 
    CCRF
  • 112. 
    COCSA
  • 113. 
    DACBO
  • 114. 
    DACNB
  • 115. 
    DPM
  • 116. 
    ECU
  • 117. 
    FCER
  • 118. 
    FCLB
  • 119. 
    HIO
  • 120. 
    HVLA
  • 121. 
    ICA
  • 122. 
    ICD
  • 123. 
    ICSM
  • 124. 
    JMPT
  • 125. 
    NACM
  • 126. 
    NCA
  • 127. 
    NCCAM
  • 128. 
    NCMIC
  • 129. 
    NIH
  • 130. 
    RCT
  • 131. 
    SOT
  • 132. 
    WFC
  • 133. 
    WHO
  • 134. 
    Info on ABS
  • 135. 
    What does ACA do?
  • 136. 
    ACC includes?
  • 137. 
    What are the low back care guidelines for AHCPR?
  • 138. 
    What is another name for AHCPR?
  • 139. 
    Who invented the technique AK?
  • 140. 
    What does AK do?
  • 141. 
    Info on AMA
  • 142. 
    Info on APHA
  • 143. 
    Who is the past and current presidents for CCA
  • 144. 
    Info on CCE
  • 145. 
    What are the three mixer technique systems?
  • 146. 
    What are the 2 straights technique systems?
  • 147. 
    PCCW core curriculum are?
  • 148. 
    Info on CCPA
  • 149. 
    COCSA info
  • 150. 
    FCER info
  • 151. 
    FCLB info
  • 152. 
    Who is the president for FICS
  • 153. 
    Info on HIO
  • 154. 
    Info on ICSM
  • 155. 
    Info on NACM
  • 156. 
    Info on NCA
  • 157. 
    Info on NCMIC
  • 158. 
    NIH info
  • 159. 
    SOT uses what?
  • 160. 
    UCA info
  • 161. 
    WFC info
  • 162. 
    List some of the features of a technique system?
  • 163. 
    What is the difference between condition-based care and subluxation-based care?
  • 164. 
    What does one mean when one says that chiropractic is complementary and alternative?
  • 165. 
    Do all techniques work? Are some better than others? Do we know?
  • 166. 
    What would comprise an "ethnocentric bias" relative to techniques? How would cultural relatvism apply here?
  • 167. 
    What does Dr. Cooperstein mean by "modernists" versus principled chiropractors"?
  • 168. 
    At Palmer West, what is the difference between the core technique program versus the elective program? Give a couple of examples of electives.
  • 169. 
    Explain why Dr. Strang considered that chiropractic and Medicine have a common lineage?
  • 170. 
    WHo is given credit for germ theory and when?
  • 171. 
    Who discovered Chiropractic and when? What was unique and the discovery?
  • 172. 
    List 3 other turn-of-the-century health care profession?
  • 173. 
    What is it meant by mixers and straights?
  • 174. 
    What are the alternative terms for chiropractor?
  • 175. 
    What are the alternative terms for subluxation?
  • 176. 
    What are the alternative terms for Innate Intelligence?
  • 177. 
    What are the alternative terms for Analysis?
  • 178. 
    What are the alternative terms for Adjustment?
  • 179. 
    What are some of the contributions that B.J. Palmer made to the profession?
  • 180. 
    Was B.J. Palmer interested in research? Why do you think so?
  • 181. 
    What are the two ways Diversified Technique is viewed?
  • 182. 
    When does the word subluxation first apear and what did it means?
  • 183. 
    When did the word subluxation first appear in the chiropractic literature?
  • 184. 
    How did DD Palmer use the term subluxation?
  • 185. 
    What element did BJ Palmer ad tot he term Subluxation?
  • 186. 
    Describe an adjustive trust?
  • 187. 
    Describe manipulation?
  • 188. 
    Describe innate intelligence?