Chiropractic History - The Journal

Instructions for Authors

Call for Papers:

Chiropractic History is always seeking new scholarly articles for publication and presentation at the annual conference.  Topics relating to the history of the chiropractic profession, including biographies and photo essays, are eligible for consideration.

 

In order to be considered, submitted papers must conform to the journal's format.  Please review the instructions for authors or contact the Journal Editor for more information. A sample manuscript has been posted as an example of the expected format. 

 

 

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Back Issues of most volumes of Chiropractic History are available.  The articles from those that are no longer in print are available as free downloads for AHC members.

 

Chiropractic History is indexed in Current Work in the History of Medicine, the Index to Chiropractic Literature (ICL), the Cumulative Index to Nursing and Allied Health Literature (CINAHL)Manual Alternative and Natural Therapies Indexing System (MANTIS), and selectively (1981-June 1999) in PubMed. A complete index of articles is also available. 

 

Articles, letters to the editor, and other submissions should be sent to:

Steve Troyanovich, D.C.

Advanced Chiropractic

322 Susan Drive, Suite B

Normal, IL 61761

P 309-454-5556309-454-5556
F 309-454-5669

drstevetroyanovich@hotmail.com 

Want to Become a Member?

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Email: ahc1895@gmail.com

 

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Rock Island, IL 61201

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CE credits have been applied for in select states through Palmer College of Chiropractic Continuing Education and Events Department. Questions regarding state approvals may be directed to Palmer at (800) 452-5032(800) 452-5032. For registration, or more details on this event, e-mail AHC 1895@gmail.com. 

 

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