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Comparing the Figures 3 and 4 it strikes the eye that in the Internet the relative frequency of the occurrence of minu and mu 'my' among the collocates of words for 'human being' is considerably higher than in the NBCE. Moreover, in the corpus material minu and mu occurred in all of the three left positions investigated, whereas the respective Internet pronouns were only counted in L1 (L2 and L3 were not studied).
Chiro-Resources, in addition to the NBCE PowerPrep, offers continuing education for chiropractors, a line of custom made nutritional supplements, and patient education and marketing tools.
According to the 2005 NBCE Job Analysis of Chiropractic, the rates of massage therapy utilization by responding chiropractors were 84.9%, compared with 81.8% for orthotics.
In addition, while the Job Analysis published semi-annually by the National Board of Chiropractic Examiner's (NBCE) in the United States does ask questions regarding physical examination and therapeutic procedures used in practice, it does not inquire into the frequency of use of specific tests and therapies.
(17.) NBCE 2005 Job Analysis of Chiropractic (homepage on the internet).Greeley, CO: National Board of Chiropractic Examiners.
(15) NBCE 2005 Job Analysis of Chiropractic http://ibce.org/ publication/job-analysis.html
(5) Chiropractors were the most common CAM provider visited by children and adolescents, (6) and the 2005 Job Analysis of the National Board of Chiropractic Examiners (NBCE) reported that patients aged 17 years and younger comprise 18.2% of a chiropractor's practice.
According to the 2005 National Board of Chiropractic Examiner's (NBCE) Job Analysis (1) 51.2% of American chiropractors report using the AAI for patient care, although this data does not differentiate between those practitioners who use the AAI only (often as a substitute for HVLA manipulation) from those practitioners who use the Activator Methods Chiropractic Technique (AMCT), a technique system that involves a group of specialized diagnostic procedures during prone leg length checking.
Additionally the respondents indicated that 89.3 % of the respondents were the sole managers of the condition and 9.4% of the respondents co-managed the condition.1 There was no specific data listed for knee disorders in the NBCE 2005 job analysis.
(21) NBCE 2005 Job Analysis of Chiropractic http://ibce.org/publication/job-analysis.html
The National Board of Chiropractic Examiners (NBCE) 2005 survey of 2574 chiropractors in the USA confirms that TMJ pain or Temporal Mandibular Disorder (TMD) is a condition that is commonly seen.
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