CBP NonProfit Publications

Chiropractic BioPhysics® (CBP®) Technique is one of the most published named technique within the Index Medicus (pub-med journals) in the Chiropractic profession. Thus, Chiropractic BioPhysics (CBP) technique is one of the most scientifically validated techniques in chiropractic.

Chiropractic Biophysics Non-profit, Inc. is a 501(c)(3) nonprofit corporation dedicated to the advancement of chiropractic principles through scientific research. Dr. Don Harrison (deceased) and his second wife Dr. Deanne LJ Harrison (deceased) founded CBP research foundation in 1982; it was registered as CBP Non-Profit, Inc. in 1989 by Dr. Sang Harrison (Don’s 3rd and final life’s love). Through this organization Dr. Don and colleagues have published 160 peer-reviewed spine and Chiropractic research publications. Further, CBP Non-Profit, Inc. has funded many scholarships as well as donated chiropractic equipment to many chiropractic colleges; always trying to support chiropractic advancement and education. Dr. Don Harrison was the acting president of CBP Non-Profit, Inc. since 1982. Currently, Dr. Deed Harrison (Don’s son) is the President of CBP Non-Profit, Inc.

Results of our studies have been published in prestigious research journals and presented at respected conferences around the world. Your (Chiropractic donations) support enables us to continue important research and gives you a voice in the course our studies take. Join today, either as a regular member or member of the President’s Circle. The result will be better chiropractic techniques, stronger chiropractic practices, and healthier chiropractic patients.

CBP research consists of studies on a variety of CBP technique related topics including:

  • Spine modeling studies evaluating ideal and average human alignment variables,
  • Spine biomechanics studies analyzing loads, stress, and strains,
  • Posture modeling studies,
  • Reliability of measurements and evaluation of patients (x-ray, posture),
  • Validity of the measurements and evaluation of patients,
  • Randomized trials evaluating technique outcomes,
  • Non-randomized trials evaluating technique outcomes,
  • Case series studies evaluating technique outcomes,
  • Case studies evaluating technique outcomes,
  • Literature reviews and professional commentaries.

Table 1 summarizes CBP published research in respective journals in the scientific literature.

Table 1.

CBP Technique Published Research as of 2015.

Peer-Reviewed Journal # of Publications
JMPT 47
Spine 9
Clinical Biomechanics 5
European Spine J 7
J Spinal Disord & Tech 3
Archives Phys Med & R 3
Chiropractic & Osteopathy 2
J Electromyo & Kinesiology 3
J Rehab Research Dev 1
J Orthopedic Research 1
Spine Journal 1
Clinical Anatomy 1
Clinical Rehabilitation 1
Journal of Biomechanics 1
J Back Musculoskelet Rehabil 1
PhysioTherapy 1
Chiropractic Sports Medicine 1
Chiro Pediatrics 22
Annals Vert Sublux. Res. 24
Chiro Technique 4
J Chiropractic Education 6
J Canadian Chiro Assoc 4
JPedMFH 7
Totals for Peer Reviewed Publications 155
Peer-Reviewed Conference Proceedings / Submitted for Review at Various Journals 5
Letters to Peer Reviewed Journal Editors for Critical Commentary on Publications 34

CBP® Peer-Reviewed Clinical Investigations
Listed by Study Design / Type

Randomized Clinical Trials (RCT’s)

  1. Zaleski BW, Wood J. A comparison of Palmer package and Chiropractic Biophysics for the treatment of pain. Proceedings of the International Conference on Spinal Manipulation 1992; Chicago, IL., May 15-17.
  2. Moustafa IM, Diab AM, Ahmed A, Harrison DE. The efficacy of cervical lordosis rehabilitation for nerve root function, pain, and segmental motion in cervical spondylotic radiculopathy. PhysioTherapy 2011; 97 Supplement: 846-847. (Link)
  3. Moustafa IM, Diab AA. Rehabilitation for Pain and Lumbar Segmental Motion in Chronic Mechanical Low Back Pain: A Randomized Trial. Journal of Manipulative and Physiological Therapeutics Volume 35, Issue 4 , Pages 246-253, May 2012. (Link)
  4. Moustafa IM, Diab AA. Extension traction treatment for patients with discogenic lumbosacral radiculopathy: a randomized controlled trial. Clin Rehabil 2013; Jan;27(1):51-62. (Link)
  5. Diab AA, Moustafa IM. The efficacy of lumbar extension traction for sagittal alignment in mechanical low back pain. a randomized trial. J Back Musculoskelet Rehabil. 2013;26(2):213-222. (Link)
  6. Moustafa IM, Diab AA, Harrison DE. The Efficacy of Cervical Lordosis Rehabilitation for Nerve Root Function, Pain, and Segmental Motion in Cervical Spondylotic Radiculopathy: A Randomized Control Trial. Proceedings of the 13th World Federation of Chiropractic Biennial Congress / ECU Convention, Athens, Greece, May 13-16, 2015. Paper #182 Mediterranean Region Award Winning Paper (Link)
  7. Moustafa IM, Diab AA, Harrison DE.  Does improvement towards a normal cervical sagittal configuration aid in the management of lumbosacral radiculopathy: A randomized controlled trial Proceedings of the 13th World Federation of Chiropractic Biennial Congress / ECU Convention, Athens, Greece, May 13-16, 2015. Paper #184 Mediterranean Region Award Winning Paper (Link)
  8. Moustafa IM, Diab AA, Harrison DE. Does Rehabilitation of Cervical Lordosis Influence Sagittal Cervical Spine Flexion Extension Kinematics in Cervical Spondylotic Radiculopathy Subjects? Proceedings of the 13th World Federation of Chiropractic Biennial Congress / ECU Convention, Athens, Greece, May 13-16, 2015. Paper #186 (Link)

Non Randomized Clinical Trials (N-RCT’s)

  1. Grimston SK, Engsberg JR, Shaw L, Vetanze NW. Muscular rehabilitation prescribed in coordination with prior chiropractic therapy as a treatment for sacroiliac subluxation in female distance runners. Chiropractic Sports Med 1990; 4(1):2-8. (Link)
  2. Harrison DE, Harrison DD, Cailliet R, Janik TJ, Holland B. Changes in Sagittal Lumbar Configuration with a New Method of Extension Traction: Non-randomized Clinical Control Trial. Arch Phys Med Rehab 2002;83(11):1585-1591. (Link)
  3. Harrison DD, Jackson BL, Troyanovich SJ, Robertson GA, DeGeorge D, Barker WF. The Efficacy of Cervical Extension-Compression Traction Combined with Diversified Manipulation and Drop Table Adjustments in the Rehabilitation of Cervical Lordosis. J Manipulative Physiol Ther 1994;17(7):454-464. (Link)
  4. Harrison DE, Harrison DD, Betz J, Colloca CJ, Janik TJ, Holland B. Increasing the Cervical Lordosis with Seated Combined Extension-Compression and Transverse Load Cervical Traction with Cervical Manipulation: Non-randomized Clinical Control Trial.  J Manipulative Physiol Ther 2003; 26(3): 139-151. (Link)
  5. Harrison DE, Cailliet R, Harrison DD, Janik TJ, Holland B. New 3-Point Bending Traction Method of Restoring Cervical Lordosis Combined with Cervical Manipulation: Non-randomized Clinical Control Trial. Arch Phys Med Rehab 2002; 83(4): 447-453. (Link)
  6. Harrison DE, Harrison DD, Haas JW, Betz JW, Janik TJ, Holland B. Conservative Methods to Correct Lateral Translations of the Head: A Non-randomized Clinical Control Trial. J Rehab Res Devel 2004;41(4):631-640. (Link)
  7. Harrison DE, Cailliet R, Betz JW, Harrison DD, Haas JW, Janik TJ, Holland B. Harrison Mirror Image Methods for Correcting Trunk List: A Non-randomized Clinical Control Trial. Eur Spine J 2004; Euro Spine J 2005; 14(2):155-162. (Link)

CBP Published Case Studies

Journal of Chiropractic Pediatrics

  1. Peet J. Brachial plexus injury in an infant with Down’s syndrome: A case study. Chiropractic Pediatrics 1994; 1(2):11-14. (Link)
  2. Marko SK. Case study: The effect of chiropractic care in an infant with problems of Constipation. Chiropractic Pediatrics 1994 ; 1:23-24. (Link)
  3. Garde R. Asthma & Chiropractic. Chiropractic Pediatrics 1994; 1(3): 9-16. (Link)
  4. Marko R. Bedwetting: Two Case Studies. Chiropractic Pediatrics 1994; 1(2): 21-22. (Link)
  5. Krauss L. Case Study: Infants inability to breast feed. Chiropractic Pediatrics 1994; 1(3):27. (Link)
  6. Gambino DW. Brain injured child with seizures benefits from chiropractic care. Chiropractic Pediatrics 1995; 2(1): 8-9.
  7. Peet J, Marko SK, Piekarczk W. Chiropractic response in the pediatric patient with Asthma: A Pilot Study. Chiropractic Pediatrics 1995; 1(4):9-13.
  8. Krauss L. Case Study: Birth Trauma resulting in colic. Chiropractic Pediatrics 1995; 2(1):10-11.
  9. Marko R. Chiropractic Biophysics Technique in care of a child with Otitis Media. Chiropractic Pediatrics 1996; 2(2):13&26.
  10. Marko SK. Adjusting the newborn infant with Jaundice. Chiropractic Pediatrics 1996; 2(3):9-10.
  11. Peet J. Case Study: Chiropractic results with a child with reoccurring Otitis Media accompanied by Effusion. Chiropractic Pediatrics 1996; 2(2):8-10.
  12. Peet J. Adjusting the Febrile pediatric patient. Chiropractic Pediatrics 1996; 2(3):11-12.
  13. Peet P. Child with chronic illness: respiratory infections, adhd, and fatigue response to chiropractic care. Chiropractic Pediatrics 1997; 3(1):12-13. (Link)
  14. Peet J. Adjusting the Hyperactive/A.D.D. pediatric patient. Chiropractic Pediatrics 1997; 2(4):12-13, 16. (Link)
  15. Peet J. Case study: Three year old female with acute stomach problems.. Chiropractic Pediatrics 1997; 3(1):10-11. (Link)
  16. Peet P. Child with chronic illness: Respiratory Infections, ADHD, and fatigue response to chiropractic care. Chiropractic Pediatrics 1997; 3(1):12-13. (Link)
  17. Marko SK. Case Study: Ten year old male with severe Asthma. Chiropractic Pediatrics 1997; 3(2):6-8. (Link)
  18. Peet J. Case Study: Eight year old female with chronic Asthma. Chiropractic Pediatrics 1997; 3(2):9-12. (Link)
  19. Marko RB. A case study: Four year old female with Vesicoureteral Reflux. Chiropractic Pediatrics 1998; 3(3):12-13. (Link)
  20. Marko SK. Case Study: Sven year old female with Asthma, Constipation, and Headaches among other symptoms. Chiropractic Pediatrics 1998 4(1):14-15. (Link)
  21. Peet JB. Chiropractic Analysis of the newborn infant. Chiropractic Pediatrics 1998; 4(1):6-9. (Link)
  22. Pete JB. Case Study: pregnant woman in mva who suffered a spontaneous abortion. Chiropractic Pediatrics 1998; 3(3):10-11. (Link)

Index Medicus & ICL Case Studies

Journal of Manipulative & Physiologic Therapeutics

  1. Troyanovich SJ, Buettner M. A structural chiropractic approach to the management of diffuse idiopathic skeletal hyperostosis. J Manipulative Physiol Ther 2003;26:202-206. (Link)
  2. Colloca CJ, Polkinghorn BS. Chiropractic management of Ehlers-Danlos Syndrome: A report of two cases. J Manipulative Physiol Ther 2003;26:448-459. (Link)
  3. Paulk GP, Bennett DL, Harrison DE. Management of a chronic lumbar disk herniation with CBP methods following failed chiropractic manipulative intervention. J Manipulative Physiol Ther 2004; 27(9): 579e1-579e7. (Link)
  4. Bastecki A, Harrison DE, Haas JW. ADHD: A CBP case study. J Manipulative Physiol Ther 2004; 27(8): 525e1-525e5. (Link)
  5. Ferrantelli JR, Harrison DE, Harrison DD, Steward D. Conservative management of previously unresponsive whiplash associated disorders with CBP methods: a case report. J Manipulative Physiol Ther 2005; 28(3):e1-8. (Link)
  6. Haas JW, Harrison DE, Harrison DD, Bymers B. Reduction of symptoms in a patient with syringomyelia, cluster headaches, and cervical kyphosis. J Manipulative Physiol Ther 2005; 28(6):452. (Link)

Journal of Chiropractic Education

  1. Harrison DE, Bula JB Harrison DD. Non-operative correction of flat back using lumbar extension traction: A case study of three. J Chiropractic Education 2002;16(1).
  2. Oakley PA, Harrison DE. Use of Clinical Biomechanics of Posture (CBP) protocol in a postsurgical C4-C7 total fusion patient. A case study. J Chiropractic Education 2005;19(1):66.
  3. Harrison DE, Oakley PA, Harrison DD. Reduction of deformity after chiropractic biophysics mirror image care incorporating the non-commutative property of finite rotation angles in five patients with thoracolumbar scoliosis. J Chiropractic Education 2006;20(1):19-20.
  4. Oakley PA, Harrison DD. Lumbar Extension Traction and Disc Herniation/Sequestration: A CBP Case Report. Proceedings of the Association of Chiropractic Colleges, Las Vegas, NV, March 17-19, 2011. Published in: Journal of Chiropractic Education 2010; 24(1):136. (Link)

Annals of Vertebral Subluxation Research

  1. Oakley PA, Berry RH, Harrison DE. A structural approach to the postsurgical laminectomy case. J Vert Sublux Res 2007; March 19:1-7. (Link)
  2. Fedorchuk C. Correction of subluxation and reduction of dyspnea in a 7 year-old child suffering from chronic cough and asthma: A case report. J Vertebral Subluxation Res 2007; November 28: 1-5. (Link)
  3. Fedorchuk C, Restored Hearing From Subluxation Reduction in a Female Patient Who Suffered From Stroke-Induced Hearing Loss: A Case Report. Journal of Vertebral Subluxation Research ~ November 26, 2008 (Link)
  4. Fedorchuk C, Self-Reported Quality of Life Assessment of a Patient Undergoing Chiropractic Wellness Care and Suffering From Amyotrophic Lateral Sclerosis: A Case Report Journal of Vertebral Subluxation Research ~ November 26, 2008 (Link)
  5. Fedorchuk C, Prevention and Avoidance of Stroke and Brain Aneurysm as a Result of Chiropractic Care. Journal of Vertebral Subluxation Research ~ November 26, 2008 (Link)
  6. Fedorchuk C. Case Report: Treatment and Recovery of a Patient Suffering From Muscular Dystrophy, and Hypertension Utilizing Chiropractic Care. JVSR 2008;No.26:5-6. (Link)
  7. Fedorchuk C, Clinical Outcome in a Case of Fibromyalgia Through Utilization of Chiropractic Care, Specifically Clinical Biomechanics of Posture: A Retrospective Case Study. Journal of Vertebral Subluxation Research ~ November 30, 2009 ~ Pages 1-33 (Link)
  8. Fedorchuk C, Campbell C, Improvement in a Soldier with Urinary Urgency and Low Back Pain Undergoing Chiropractic Care: A Case Study and Selective Review of the Literature. Journal of Vertebral Subluxation Research ~ April 28, 2010 ~ Pages 1-5 (Link)
  9. Ferrucci M, Cardwell A, Harrison DE. Outcome of Chiropractic BioPhysics (CBP) protocol on a patient with tourette’s syndrome, tardive dyskinesia, CREST syndrome, and fatigue. Annals of Vertebral Subluxation Research 2010 Aug 19: 1-9. (Link)
  10. Fedorchuk C, Burk L, Phillips SL. Reduction in Cholesterol and Improved Quality of Life in a Patient with Dyslipidemia Undergoing Chiropractic Care: A Case Study. Annals Vertebral Subluxation Res. 2011; June 2: 26-36. (Link)
  11. Fedorchuk C, St. Bernard A. Improvement in Gastro Esophageal Reflux Disease Following Chiropractic Care and the ALCAT Procedure. Annals of Vertebral Subluxation Research ~ June 23, 2011 ~ Pages44-50 (Link)
  12. Shapiro DA, Pickrell N. Chiropractic care of a patient with Parkinson’s disease utilizing Chiropractic BioPhysics: A case study. Annals Vertebral Subluxation Res 2012; April 19: 31-40. (Link)
  13. Fedorchuk C, Frisch C. Improved health outcomes in a patient with muscular dystrophy and hyperextension following subluxation based chiropractic care. Annals of Vertebral Subluxation Research 2013; Jan 31: 1-11. (Link)
  14. Cardwell A, Barone B. Improved Health Outcomes Following Reduction of Vertebral Subluxation and Improved Cervical and Lumbar Curves Utilizing Chiropractic Biophysics Protocol Annals of Vertebral Subluxation Research ~ July 7, 2014 ~ Pages 113-128 (Link)
  15. Fedorchuk C, Mohammed H, Improvement in GERD Following Reduction of Vertebral Subluxations & Improved Sagittal Alignment Utilizing Chiropractic Biophysics Protocol. Annals of Vertebral Subluxation Research ~ June 26, 2014 ~ Pages 99-109 (Link)
  16. Jaeger J, Moore R, Burkhardt L. Resolution of Urinary incontinence following Chiropractic BioPhysics protocol to reduce vertebral subluxations. Annals of Vertebral Subluxation Research 2014; August 27: 145-152. (Link)
  17. Zielinshi E, Mankal K, Pirini J. Resolution of Trigeminal neuralgia following chiropractic care utilizing Chiropractic BioPhysics and Diversified techniques. A case study. Annals of Vertebral Subluxation Research 2014; Nov. 6: 177-183. (Link)
  18. Zielinski E, Mankal K. An epidemiological approach to the effects of subluxation-based chiropractic care on the management of ADHD, depression and learning disabilities in an 8-year old: A case study. Annals of Vertebral Subluxation Research 2014; September 15:153-160 (Link)
  19. Fedorchuk C, Bak D, Resolution of Vulvodynia Following Chiropractic Care Using Chiropractic Biophysics & Diversified Techniques: A Case Report. Annals of Vertebral Subluxation Research ~ January 15, 2015 ~ Pages 1-8 (Link)
  20. Bak DA, Engelhardt RP. Improvement in Cervical Curve and Hypothyroidism Following Reduction of Subluxation Utilizing Chiropractic Biophysics: A Case Study & Selective Review of the Literature Annals of Vertebral Subluxation Research ~ December 10, 2015 ~ Pages 226-237. (Link)

J Ped Mat Family Health Chiropractic

  1. Fedorchuk C, Cohen A. Resolution of Chronic Otitis Media. J Ped Mat Family Health Chiropractic 2009;No.2: 1-8. (Link)
  2. Fedorchuk C, Wheeler G. Resolution of Headaches in a 13 Year-Old Following Restoration of Cervical Curvature Utilizing Chiropractic Biophysics: A Case Report. J Ped Mat Family Health Chiropractic 2009;Nov. 30: 1-7. (Link)
  3. Fedorchuk C, Wetterlin JK, McCoy M. Reduction of subluxation using CBP technique and improvement of childhood idiopathic scoliosis: A series of seven cases. J. Pediatric Maternal & Family Health 2010; Dec. 9:220-222.
  4. Oakley PA, Chaney S, Chaney T, Maddox A. Resolution of Chronic Headaches Following Reduction of Vertebral Subluxation in an 8-Year-Old Utilizing Chiropractic Biophysics Technique. J Pediatr Matern & Fam Health – Chiropr. Summer 2011:3; Online access p.82-86. (Link)
  5. Jones D. Reduction in adolescent idiopathic scoliosis following chiropractic care: A case study. Journal of Pediatric, Maternal & Family Health – Chiropractic ~ Volume 2013 ~ April 11 ~ Pages 28-33. (Link)
  6. Fedorchuk C, Opitz K, Improvement in Quality of Life and Improved Cervical Curve in an 11-year-old Child with Asthma Following Chiropractic Intervention: A Case Study. Journal of Pediatric, Maternal & Family Health – Chiropractic ~ Volume 2014 ~ Issue 2 ~ Pages 37-46 (Link)

X-Ray Reliability Studies

  1. Jackson BL, Harrison DD, Robertson GA, Barker WF. Chiropractic Biophysics Lateral Cervical Film Analysis J Manipulative Physiol Ther 1993;16(6): 384-91. (Link)
  2. Troyanovich SJ, Robertson GA, Harrison DD, Holland B. Intra- and Interexaminer Reliability of the Chiropractic Biophysics Lateral Lumbar Radiographic Mensuration Procedure. J Manipulative Physiol Ther 1995;18(8):519-524. (Link)
  3. Troyanovich SJ, Harrison DE, Harrison DD, Holland B, Janik TJ. A Further Analysis of the Reliability of the Posterior Tangent Lateral Lumbar Radiographic Mensuration Procedure: Concurrent Validity of Computer Aided X-ray Digitization. J Manipulative Physiol Ther 1998; 21(7): 460-467. (Link)
  4. Troyanovich SJ, Harrison SO, Harrison DD, Harrison DE, Payne M, Janik TJ, Holland B. Chiropractic Biophysics Digitized Radiographic Mensuration Analysis of the Anteroposterior Lumbar View: A Reliability Study. J Manipulative Physiol Ther 1999; 22(5): 309-315. (Link)
  5. Troyanovich SJ, Harrison DE, Harrison DD, Harrison SO, Janik TJ, Holland B. Chiropractic Biophysics Digitized Radiographic Mensuration Analysis of the Anteroposterior Cervico-thoracic View: A Reliability Study. J Manipulative Physiol Ther 2000; 23: 476-82. (Link)
  6. Harrison DE, Harrison DD, Cailliet R, Troyanovich SJ, Janik TJ, Holland B. Cobb Method or Harrison Posterior Tangent Method: Which is Better for Lateral Cervical Analysis? Spine 2000; 25(16): 2072-78. (Link)
  7. Harrison DE, Cailliet R, Harrison DD, Janik TJ, Holland B. Centroid, Cobb or Harrison Posterior Tangents: Which to Choose for Analysis of Thoracic Kyphosis? Spine 2001; 26(11): E227-E234. (Link)
  8. Harrison DE, Cailliet R, Harrison DD, Janik TJ, Holland B. Radiographic Analysis of Lumbar Lordosis: Cobb Method, Centroidal Method, TRALL or Harrison Posterior Tangents? Spine 2001; 26(11): E235-E242. (Link)
  9. Janik TJ, Harrison DE, Harrison, DD, Payne MR, Coleman RR, Holland B.   Reliability of lateral bending and axial rotation with validity of a New Method to determine Axial Rotations on AP Radiographs. J Manipulative Physiol Ther 2001; 24(7): 445-448. (Link)
  10. Harrison DE, Holland B, Harrison DD, Janik TJ. Further Reliability Analysis of the Harrison Radiographic Line Drawing Methods: Crossed ICCs for Lateral Posterior Tangents and AP Modified Risser-Ferguson. J Manipulative Physiol Ther 2002; 25: 93-98. (Link)
  11. Normand MC, Harrison DE, Cailliet R, Black P, Harrison DD, Holland B. Reliability and Measurement Error of the BioTonix Video Posture Evaluation System. Part I: Inanimate objects. J Manipulative Physiol Ther 2002; 25(4): 246-250. (Link)
  12. Harrison DE, Harrison DD, Colloca CJ, Betz JW, Janik TJ, Holland B. Repeatability Over Time of Posture, X-ray Positioning, and X-ray Line Drawing: An Analysis of Six Control Groups. J Manipulative Physiol Ther 2003; 26(2):87-98. (Link)
  13. Harrison DE, Haas JW, Cailliet R, Harrison DD, Janik TJ, Holland B. Concurrent Validity of the Flexicurve Instrument Measurements: Sagittal Skin Contour of the Cervical Spine Compared to Lateral Cervical radiographic Measurements. J Manipulative Physiol Ther 2005;28(8):597-603. (Link)
  14. Harrison DE, Haas JW, Harrison DD, Janik TJ, Holland B. Sagittal Skin Contour of the Cervical Spine: Inter-examiner and Intra-examiner Reliability of the Flexicurve Instrument. J Manipulative Physiol Ther 2005; 28(7):516-9. (Link)
  15. Oakley PA, Sanchez L, Kim G, Harrison D. A comparison of subjective qualitative assessment of cervical spine alignment vs. objective quantitative mensuration: How do medical radiologists fare? 13th Biennial Congress of the World Federation of Chiropractic/European Chiropractors’ Union Annual Convention, Athens, Greece,May 13-16, 2015:161-162.

Spinal Modeling / Biomechanics Studies

  1. Harrison DD, Janik TJ, Troyanovich SJ, Holland B. Comparisons of Lordotic Cervical Spine Curvatures to a Theoretical Ideal Model of the Static Sagittal Cervical Spine. Spine 1996;21(6):667-675. (Link)
  2. Harrison DD, Janik TJ, Troyanovich SJ, Harrison DE, Colloca CJ. Evaluations of the Assumptions Used to Derive an Ideal Normal Cervical Spine Model. J Manipulative Physiol Ther 1997; 20(4): 246-256. (Link)
  3. Troyanovich SJ, Cailliet R, Janik TJ, Harrison DD, Harrison DE.   Radiographic Mensuration Characteristics of the Sagittal Lumbar Spine From A Normal Population with a Method to Synthesize Prior Studies of Lordosis. J Spinal Disord 1997;10(5): 380-386. (Link)
  4. Harrison DD, Cailliet R, Janik TJ, Troyanovich SJ, Harrison DE, Holland B. Elliptical Modeling of the Sagittal Lumbar Lordosis and Segmental Rotation Angles as a Method to Discriminate Between Normal and Low Back Pain Subjects. J Spinal Disord 1998; 11(5): 430-439. (Link)
  5. Janik TJ, Harrison DD, Cailliet R, Troyanovich SJ, Harrison DE. Can the Sagittal Lumbar Curvature be Closely Approximated by an Ellipse? J Orthop Res 1998; 16(6): 766-770. (Link)
  6. Harrison DE, Harrison DD, Janik TJ, Jones EW, Cailliet R, Normand M. Comparison of Axial and Flexural Stresses in Lordosis and Three Buckled Modes in the Cervical Spine. Clin Biomech 2001; 16(4): 276-284. (Link)
  7. Harrison DD, Jones EW, Janik TJ, Harrison DE. Evaluation of Flexural Stresses in the Vertebral body Cortex and Trabecular Bone in Three Cervical Configurations with an Elliptical Shell Model. J Manipulative Physiol Ther 2002; 25(6): 391-401. (Link)
  8. Harrison DE, Janik TJ, Harrison DD, Cailliet R, Harmon S. Can the Thoracic Kyphosis be Modeled with a Simple Geometric Shape? The Results of Circular and Elliptical Modeling in 80 Asymptomatic Subjects. J Spinal Disord 2002; 15(3): 213-220. (Link)
  9. Harrison DE, Harrison DD, Janik TJ, Cailliet R, Haas JW. Do alterations in vertebral and disc dimensions affect an elliptical model of the thoracic kyphosis? Spine 2003; 28(5): 463-469. (Link)
  10. Keller TS, Harrison DE, Colloca CJ, Harrison DD, Janik TJ. Prediction of osteoporotic spinal deformity. Spine 2003; 28(5): 455-462. (Link)
  11. Harrison DD, Harrison DE, Janik TJ, Cailliet R, Haas JW, Ferrantelli J, Holland B. Modeling of the Sagittal Cervical Spine as a Method to Discriminate Hypo-Lordosis: Results of Elliptical and Circular Modeling in 72 Asymptomatic Subjects, 52 Acute Neck Pain Subjects, and 70 Chronic Neck Pain Subjects. Spine 2004; 29:2485-2492. (Link)
  12. Harrison DE, Colloca CJ, Keller TS, Harrison DD, Janik TJ. Anterior thoracic posture increases thoracolumbar disc loading. Eur Spine J 2005:14:234-242. (Link)
  13. McAviney J, Schulz D, Richard Bock R, Harrison DE, Holland B. Determining a clinical normal value for cervical lordosis. J Manipulative Physiol Ther 2005;28:187-193. (Link)
  14. Keller TS, Colloca CJ, Harrison DE, Harrison DD, Janik TJ. Influence of spine morphology on intervertebral disc loads and stresses in asymptomatic adults: Implications for the Ideal Spine. Spine Journal 2005; 5:297-305. (Link)
  15. Harrison DE, Haas JW, Harrison DD, Janik TJ, Holland B. Do Sagittal Plane Anatomical Variations (Angulation) of the Cervical Facets and C2 Odontoid Affect the Geometrical Configuration of the Cervical Lordosis? Results from Digitizing Lateral Cervical Radiographs in 252 neck pain subjects. Clin Anat 2005; 18:104-111. (Link)

Practice Protocols

  1. Troyanovich SJ, Harrison DD. Chiropractic Biophysics (CBP) Technique. Chiropr Tech 1996;8(1):1-6.
  2. Troyanovich SJ, Harrison DE, Harrison DD. Review of the Scientific Literature Relevant to Structural Rehabilitation of the Spine and Posture: Rationale for Treatment Beyond the Resolution of Symptoms. J Manipulative Physiol Ther 1998;21(1):37-50. (Link)
  3. Troyanovich SJ, Harrison DD, Harrison DE. Low back pain and the lumbar intervertebral disc: Clinical considerations for the doctor of chiropractic. J Manipulative Physiol Ther 1999; 22(2): 96-104. (Link)
  4. Harrison DE, Harrison DD, Troyanovich SJ. A Normal Spinal Position, Its Time to Accept the Evidence. J Manipulative Physiol Ther 2000; 23: 623-644. (Link)
  5. Oakley PA, Harrison DD, Harrison DE, Haas, JW. Evidence-Based Protocol for Structural Rehabilitation of the Spine and Posture: Review of Clinical Biomechanics of Posture (CBP®) Publications. J Canadian Chiro Assoc 2005; 49(4):270-296. (Link)
  6. Maltby JK, Harrison DD, Harrison DE, Betz JB, Ferrantelli JR, Clum GW. Program of Care Derived from Pain Data Reported in RCTs on Low Back Pain. J Vertebral Subluxation Research [February 14, 2009, pp 1-16]. (Link)
  7. Maltby JK, Harrison DD, Harrison DE, Betz JW, Ferrantelli JR, Clum GW. Frequency & Duration of chiropractic care for headaches, neck, and upper back pain. JVSR 2008; August 21:1-12. (Link)

Posture Reliability & Validity Studies

  1. Oakley PA, Harrison DE. The prevalence of lateral head shift postures in a patient population. A correlation of posture magnitude, pain, and demographic variables. Proceedings of the Association of Chiropractic Colleges, Las Vegas, March 17-19. Published in: Journal of Chiropractic Education 2004;18(1):73-74.
  2. Normand MC, Descarreaux M, Harrison DD, Harrison DE, Perron DL, Ferrantelli JR, Janik TJ. Three dimensional evaluation of posture in standing with the PosturePrint: an intra- and inter-examiner reliability study. Chiropractic & Osteopathy 2007; Sept. 24th 15:15. (Link)
  3. Lafond D, Descarreaux M, Harrison DD, Normand MC, Harrison DE. Postural development in school children: across-sectional study. Chiropr Osteopat 2007; Jan 4; 15:1. (Link)
  4. Janik TJ, Harrison DE, Cailliet R, Harrison DD, Normand MC, Perron DL. Validation of an algorithm to estimate 3-D rotations and translations of the head in upright posture from three 2-D images. J Manipulative Physiol Ther 2007;30(2):124-129. (Link)
  5. Harrison DE, Janik TJ, Cailliet R, Harrison DD, Normand MC, Perron DL, Ferrantelli JR. Validation of an algorithm to estimate 3-D rotations and translations of the rib cage in upright posture from three 2-D digital images. Eur Spine J 2007; 16(2):213-218. (Link)
  6. Harrison DE, Janik TJ, Cailliet R, Harrison DD, Normand MC, Perron DL, Oakley PA. Upright static pelvic posture as rotations and translations in 3-dimensional from three 2-dimensional digitalimages: validation of a computerized analysis. J Manipulative Physiol Ther 2008 Feb;31(2):137-45 (Link)

Reviews of Literature

  1. Harrison DD, Troyanovich SJ, Harrison DE, Janik TJ, Murphy DJ. A Normal Sagittal Spinal Configuration: A Desirable Clinical Outcome. J Manipulative Physiol Ther 1996;19(6):398-405. (Link)
  2. Harrison DE, Harrison DD, Troyanovich SJ. The Sacroiliac Joint: A Review of Anatomy and Mechanics. J Manipulative Physiol Ther 1997; 20(9): 607-17. (Link)
  3. Troyanovich SJ, Harrison DD, Harrison DE. A Review of the Validity, Reliability, and Clinical Effectiveness of Chiropractic Methods Employed to Restore or Rehabilitate Cervical Lordosis. Chiropr Tech 1998;10(1):1-7.
  4. Harrison DE, Harrison DD, Troyanovich SJ. Three-Dimensional Spinal Coupling Mechanics. Part I: A Review of the Literature. J Manipulative Physiol Ther 1998; 21(2): 101-113. (Link)
  5. Harrison DE, Harrison DD, Troyanovich SJ. Three-Dimensional Spinal Coupling Mechanics. Part II: Implications for Chiropractic Theories and Practice. J Manipulative Physiol Ther 1998; 21(3): 177-86. (Link)
  6. Harrison DE, Cailliet R, Harrison DD, Troyanovich SJ, Harrison SO. A Review of Biomechanics of the Central Nervous System. PART I: Spinal Canal Deformations Due to Changes in Posture. J Manipulative Physiol Ther 1999; 22(4):227-234. (Link)
  7. Harrison DE, Cailliet R, Harrison DD, Troyanovich SJ, Harrison SO. A Review of Biomechanics of the Central Nervous System. PART II: Strains in the Spinal Cord from Postural Loads. J Manipulative Physiol Ther 1999; 22(5):322-332. (Link)
  8. Harrison DE, Cailliet R, Harrison DD, Troyanovich SJ, Harrison SO. A Review of Biomechanics of the Central Nervous System. PART III: Spinal Cord Stresses from Postural Loads and Their Neurologic Effects. J Manipulative Physiol Ther 1999; 22(6):399-410. (Link)
  9. Harrison DD, Harrison SO, Croft AC, Harrison DE, Troyanovich SJ. Sitting Biomechanics Part I: Review of the Literature. J Manipulative Physiol Ther 1999; 22(9): 594-609. (Link)
  10. Harrison DD, Harrison SO, Croft AC, Harrison DE, Troyanovich SJ. Sitting Biomechanics Part II: Optimal Car Driver’s Seat and Optimal Driver’s Spinal Model. J Manipulative Physiol Ther 2000; 23(1): 37-47. (Link)
  11. Oakley PA, Harrison DD, Harrison DE, Haas JW. On “phantom risks” associated with diagnostic ionizing radiation: evidence in support of revising radiography standards and regulations in chiropractic. J Canadian Chiro Assoc 2005; 49(4):264-269. (Link)
  12. Harrison DE, Harrison DD, Oakley PA, Haas JW. Use of fallacious arguments, ad hominem attacks, and biased ‘expert opinions’ can make CBP research ‘appear flawed’. J Canadian Chiro Assoc 2006; 50(3):172-181. (Link)
  13. Oakley PA, Harrison DD, Harrison DE, Haas JW. A rebuttal to Chiropractic Radiologists’ view of the 50-year-old linear-no-threshold radiation risk model. J Canadian Chiro Assoc 2006; 50(3):172-181. (Link)
  14. Oakley PA, Betz JW, Haas JW. A history of spine traction. JVSR 2007;Mar 2:1-12. (Link)
  15. Harrison DE, Betz J, Ferrantelli JF. Sagittal spinal curves and health. JVSR 2009 July 31, pp 1-8. (Link)
  16. Oakley PA, Harrison DD. Efficacy of chiropractic techniques to improve cervical lordosis: a systematic review of all evidence and clinical commentary. 13th Biennial Congress of the World Federation of Chiropractic/European Chiropractors’ Union Annual Convention, Athens, Greece, May 13-16, 2015:161.
  17. Paul Oakley, DC, MSc & Deed Harrison, DC. Restoration of Pediatric Cervical Lordosis: A Review of the Efficacy of Chiropractic Techniques and their Methods. Journal of Pediatric, Maternal & Family Health – Chiropractic ~ Volume 2015 ~ Issue 3 ~ Pages 112-116 (Link)

Critical Appraisal of Chiropractic Methods

  1. Troyanovich SJ, Harrison DD. The Reliability and Validity of Chiropractic Assessment Procedures. Chiropr Tech 1996;8(1):1-4.
  2. Harrison DD, Colloca CJ, Troyanovich SJ, Harrison DE. Torque: An Appraisal of Misuse of Terminology in Chiropractic Literature and Technique. J Manipulative Physiol Ther 1996;19(7): 454-462.’ (Link)
  3. Harrison DE, Harrison DD, Troyanovich SJ.   Reliability of Spinal Displacement Analysis on Plane X-rays: A Review of Commonly Accepted Facts and Fallacies with Implications for Chiropractic Education and Technique. J Manipulative Physiol Ther 1998;21:252-66. (Link)
  4. Troyanovich SJ, Harrison DD, Harrison DE. Commentary, Motion Palpation: It’s Time to accept the evidence. J Manipulative Physiol Ther 1998; 21(8): 569-571. (Link)
  5. Harrison DD, Colloca CJ, Troyanovich SJ, Harrison DE. Commentary, Torque Misuse Revisited. J Manipulative Physiol Ther 1998; 21(9): 649-655. (Link)

X-Ray Projection

  1. Harrison DD, Harrison DE, Troyanovich SJ, Hansen D. The Anterior-posterior Full-spine View: The Worst Radiographic View for Determination of Mechanics of the Spine. Chiropr Tech 1996;8(4):163-170.
  2. Coleman RR, Bernard BB, Harrison DE. The Effects of X-axis Vertebral Translation on Projected Y-axis Vertebral Rotation Images. J Manipulative Physiol Ther 1998;21:333-40. (Link)
  3. Coleman RR, Bernard BB, Harrison DE, Harrison SO. Correlation and quantification of projected 2-D radiographic images with actual 3-D y-axis vertebral rotations. J Manipulative Physiol Ther 1999; 22(1): 21-25. (Link)
  4. Coleman RR, Harrison DE, Fischer T, Harrison SO. Correlation and Quantification of Relative 2-D Projected Vertebral Endplate Z-axis Rotations with 3-D Y-axis Vertebral Rotations and Focal Spot Elevation. J Manipulative Physiol Ther 1999; 23(6): 414-419. (Link)
  5. Coleman RR, Harrison DE, Bernard BB. The Effects of Combined X-axis Translations and Y-axis Rotations on Projected Lamina Junction Offset. J Manipulative Physiol Ther 2001; 24(8): 509-513. (Link)
  6. Oakley PA, Grice K, Harrison DD. A Study of the Effects of Central Ray Vertical (y-axis) Positioning, Pelvis (y-axis) Rotation and Pelvis (x-axis) Translation on Measurement of the Anatomical Short Leg from the AP Ferguson Radiograph. 11th Biennial Congress of the World Federation of Chiropractic, International Conference on Chiropractic Research, Rio de Janeiro, Brazil, April 6-9, 2011:172-173.

Spinal Coupling / Kinematics Under Posture & Manipulative Thrusts

  1. Harrison DE, Cailliet R, Harrison DD, Janik TJ, Troyanovich SJ, Coleman RR. Lumbar Coupling During Lateral Translations of the Thoracic Cage Relative to a Fixed Pelvis. Clin Biomech 1999; 14(10): 704-709. (Link)
  2. Harrison DE, Harrison DD, Cailliet R, Troyanovich SJ, Janik TJ. Cervical Coupling During Lateral Head Translations Creates an “S”-Configuration. Clin Biomech 2000; 15: 436-440. (Link)
  3. Harrison DE, Harrison DD, Janik TJ, Holland B, Siskin L. Slight Head Extension: Does it Reverse the Cervical Curve? Euro Spine J 2001; 10: 149-153. (Link)
  4. Harrison DE, Cailliet R, Harrison DD, Janik TJ. How Do Anterior/Posterior Translations of the thoracic cage affect the Sagittal Lumbar Spine, Pelvic Tilt, and Thoracic Kyphosis? Euro Spine J 2002; 11(3): 287-293. (Link)
  5. Keller TS, Colloca CJ, Beliveau JG. Force-deformation response of the lumbar spine: a sagittal plane model of posteroanterior manipulation and mobilization. Clin Biomech 2002:17(3):185-96. (Link)
  6. Colloca CJ, Keller TS, Black P, Normand MC, Harrison DE, Harrison DD. Comparison of mechanical force of manually assisted chiropractic adjusting instruments. J Manipulative Physiol Ther 2005;28(6):414-422. (Link)
  7. Harrison DE, Betz JW, Cailliet R, Harrison DD, Haas JW, Janik TJ. Production of Radiographic Pseudo-Scoliosis from Lateral Thoracic Translation Posture (Trunk List). Archives Physical Medicine & Rehabil 2006; Jan;87(1):117-22. (Link)
  8. Colloca CJ, Keller TS, Harrison DE, Moore RJ, Gunzburg R, Harrison DD. Spinal manipulation force and duration affect vertebral movement and neuromuscular responses. Clinical Biomechanics 2006; Mar;21(3):254-62. (Link)
  9. Colloca CJ, Keller TS, Harrison DE, Moore RJ, Gunzburg R, Harrison DD. Neuromuscular contributions to dynamic posteroanterior spinal stiffness. J Chiropractic Education 2006;20(1):6-7.
  10. Keller TS, Colloca CJ, Moore RJ, Gunzburg R, Harrison DE, Harrison DD. Three-dimensional vertebral motions produced by mechanical force spinal manipulation. J Manipulative Physiol Ther 2006 Jul-Aug;29(6):425-36. (Link)
  11. Keller TS, Colloca CJ, Moore RJ, Gunzburg R, Harrison DE. Increased multiaxial lumbar motion responses during multiple-impulse mechanical force manually assisted spinal manipulation.  Chiropratic & Osteopathy 2006; 14(1):6-14. (Link)
  12. Keller TS, Colloca CJ, Harrison DE, Moore RJ, Gunzburg R. Muscular contributions to dynamic dorsoventral lumbar spine stiffness. European Spine Journal 2007; 16(2):245-54. (Link)
  13. Colloca CJ, Keller TS, Moore RJ, Gunzburg R, Harrison DE. Intervertebral disc degeneration reduces vertebral motion responses. Spine 2007; 32(19):E544-50. (Link)
  14. Colloca CJ, Keller TS, Moore RJ, Gunzburg R, Harrison DE. Effects of disc degeneration on neurophysiological responses during dorsoventral mechanical excitation of the ovine lumbar spine. Journal of Electromyography and Kinesiology 2008;18(5):829-37. (Link)
  15. Gunzburg R, Szpalski M, Callary SA, Colloca CJ, Kosmopoulos V, Harrison DE, Moore RJ. Effect of a novel interspinous implant on lumbar spinal range of motion. Eur Spine J 2009;18:696-703. (Link)
  16. Colloca CJ, Keller TS, Moore RJ, Harrison DE, Gunzburg R. Validation of a noninvasive dynamic spinal stiffness assessment methodology in an animal model of intervertebral disc degeneration. Spine 2009;34:1900-1905. (link)

Letters to Indexed Journal Editors

  1. Harrison DD, Troyanovich SJ, Harrison DE, Janik TJ, Murphy DJ. Response to L. Morgan. Letter to Editor[Harrison DD et al. A Normal Sagittal Spinal Configuration: A Desirable Clinical Outcome. J Manip Physiol Ther 1996;19:398-405.] J Manipulative Physiol Ther 1997;20(2):130-133.
  2. Harrison DD, Harrison DE, Troyanovich SJ. Response to Owens EF. Letter to Editor[Harrison DD et al. A Normal Sagittal Spinal Configuration: A Desirable Clinical Outcome. J Manip Physiol Ther 1996;19:398-405.]   J Manipulative Physiol Ther 1997;20(2):133-135.
  3. Harrison DD, Harrison DE, Troyanovich SJ. Response to Jutkowitz J. Letter to Editor [Harrison DD et al. A Normal Sagittal Spinal Configuration: A Desirable Clinical Outcome. J Manip Physiol Ther 1996;19:398-405.] J Manipulative Physiol Ther 1997;20(4):288-294.
  4. Troyanovich SJ, Harrison DE. Letter to Editor [Dulhunty J. Anthropometrical and Mechanical Considerations in Determining Normal Parameters for the Sagittal Lumbar Spine. J Manip Physiol Ther 1997;20:92-102]. J Manipulative Physiol Ther 1997;20(6): 420-423.
  5. Harrison DD, Harrison DE, Troyanovich SJ. Response #2 to Jutkowitz J’s 2nd Letter to Editor [Harrison DD et al. A Normal Sagittal Spinal Configuration: A Desirable Clinical Outcome. JMPT 1996;19:398-405.]   J Manipulative Physiol Ther 1998; 21(1):60-64.
  6. Harrison DE. Letter to the editor. [Konno S, Goto S, Murakami M, Mochizuki M, Motegi H, Moriya H. Juvenile amyotrophy of the distal upper extremity: pathological findings of the dura mater and surgical management. Spine 1997;22:486-492.] Spine 1997; 22(21):2581-83.
  7. Troyanovich SJ, Harrison DD, Harrison DE. Letter to the editor.[Carrick F. Changes in Brain Function after manipulation of the Cervica spine. J Manip Physiol Ther 1997; 20(8):529-545.] J Manipulative Physiol Ther 1998; 21(4): 297-299.
  8. Troyanovich SJ, Harrison DD, Harrison DE. Letter to Editor: Tuck AM, Peterson CK. Accuracy and reliability of chiropractors and Anglo European College of Chiropractic students at visually estimating the lumbar lordosis from radiographs. Chiropr Tech 1998;10:19-26.
  9. Harrison DD, Harrison DE, Troyanovich SJ. Response #3 to Jutkowitz J’s 3rd Letter to Editor [Harrison DD et al. A Normal Sagittal Spinal Configuration: A Desirable Clinical Outcome. JMPT 1996;19:398-405.]   J Manipulative Physiol Ther 1998; 21:577-580.
  10. Harrison DD, Harrison DE, Troyanovich SJ. Response to Dr. Hart [Harrison DD et al. Reliability of Spinal Displacement Analysis on Plain X-Rays: A Review of Commonly Accepted Facts and Fallacies with Implication for Chiropractic Education and Technique J Manip Physiol Ther 1998; 21(4): 252-266.] J Manipulative Physiol Ther 1998; 21: 657.
  11. Coleman RR, Harrison DE. Response to Dr. JF Winterstein [Coleman et al. The effects of x-axis vertebral translation on projected y-axis vertebral rotation. JMPT 1998; 21: 233-40.] J manipulative Physiol Ther 1998;21:656-67.
  12. Troyanovich SJ, Harrison DD, Harrison DE. Response to Dr. RK Pringle [Troyanovich SJ et al. Commentary. Motion Palpation: It’s time to accept the evidence. J Manip Physiol Ther 1998; 21(8): 568-571.] J Manipulative Physiol Ther 1999; 22(3):181-184.
  13. Troyanovich SJ, Harrison DE, Harrison DD. Response to CJ Colloca [Troyanovich SJ et al. Commentary. Motion Palpation: It’s time to accept the evidence. J Manipulative Physiol Ther 1998; 21(8): 568-571.]   J Manipulative Physiol Ther 1999; 22(3):184-191.
  14. Troyanovich SJ, Harrison DE, Harrison DD. Response to K Lewit [Troyanovich SJ et al. Commentary. Motion Palpation: It’s time to accept the evidence. J Manip Physiol Ther 1998; 21(8): 568-571.] J Manipulative Physiol Ther 1999;22:260-61.
  15. Troyanovich SJ, Harrison DE, Harrison DD. Response to Dr. Such [Troyanovich SJ et al. Commentary. Motion Palpation: It’s time to accept the evidence. J Manip Physiol Ther 1998; 21(8): 568-571.] J Manipulative Physiol Ther 1999;22:261-62.
  16. Harrison DD, Troyanovich SJ, Harrison DE. Response to W Herzog [Torque Misuse Revisited. J Manipulative Physiol Ther 1998; 21: 649-655.] J Manipulative Physiol Ther 1999;22:347-348.
  17. Harrison DE, Harrison DD, Troyanovich SJ. Response to Dr. Plaugher and Burrow [Harrison DE, Harrison DD, Troyanovich SJ. Three-Dimensional Spinal Coupling Mechanics. Part I: A Review of the Literature. J Manipulative Physiol Ther 1998; 21(2):101-113.] J Manipulative Physiol Ther 1999; 22:350-352.
  18. Harrison DE, Harrison DD, Troyanovich SJ. Response to Dr. Plaugher and Burrow [Harrison DE, Harrison DD, Troyanovich SJ. Three-Dimensional Spinal Coupling Mechanics. Part II: Implications for Chiropractic Theories and Practice. J Manipulative Physiol Ther 1998; 21(3): 177-186.] J Manipulative Physiol Ther 1999; 22:353-355.
  19. Harrison DE, Harrison DD, Troyanovich SJ. Response to Dr. Plaugher and Burrow [Troyanovich SJ, Harrison DE, Harrison DD. Review of the Scientific Literature Relevant to Structural Rehabilitation of the Spine and Posture: Rationale for Treatment Beyond the Resolution of Symptoms. J Manipulative Physiol Ther 1998; 21(1):37-50.] J Manipulative Physiol Ther 1999; 22(7):489-491
  20. Troyanovich SJ, Harrison DE, Harrison DD. Response to Drs. Liebenson and Chapman[Troyanovich SJ et al. Commentary. Motion Palpation: It’s time to accept the evidence. J Manip Physiol Ther 1998; 21(8): 568-571.] J Manipulative Physiol Ther 1999;22(9):632-633.
  21. Troyanovich SJ, Harrison DE, Harrison DD. Response to Dr. Lucas [Troyanovich SJ et al. Commentary. Motion Palpation: It’s time to accept the evidence. J Manip Physiol Ther 1998; 21(8): 568-571.]   J Manipulative Physiol Ther 2000;23: 60-62.
  22. Harrison DE, Harrison DD, Troyanovich SJ, Harrison, SO. Response to Dr. Cox [Harrison DE et al. A Review of Biomechanics of the Central Nervous System. PART I: Spinal Canal Deformations Due to Changes in Posture. J Manipulative Physiol Ther 1999; 22(4):227-34.] J Manipulative Physiol Ther 2000; 23(3):211-220.
  23. Harrison DD, Harrison DE, Troyanovich SJ, Harrsion SO. Letter to editor. [Peterson et al. in JMPT 1999;22(6):390-394] J Manipulative Physiol Ther 2000; 23(5): 366-368.
  24. Harrison DD, Troyanovich SJ, Harrison DE. Response to W Herzog [J Manipulative Physiol Ther 1999; 22:347-48] J Manipulative Physiol Ther 2000; 23(5):299.
  25. Harrison DE, Harrison DD. Response to Dr. Cox part II. [Harrison DE et al. A Review of Biomechanics of the Central Nervous System. PART I: Spinal Canal Deformations Due to Changes in Posture. J Manipulative Physiol Ther 1999; 22(4):227-34..] J Manipulative Physiol Ther 2001; 24(3):227-236.
  26. Harrison DE, Betz J. Letter to Editor. J Spinal Disorders 2002; 15(3): 186.
  27. Harrison DE, Bula JM, Gore DR. Roentgenographic findings in the cervical spine in asymptomatic persons: A 10 year follow-up. Spine 2002; 27)11): 1249-50.
  28. Harrison DE. Letters to the editor. J Spinal Disord Tech. 2003;16(2):225; author reply 225-6.
  29. Oakley PA, Harrison DE. Several pathways in the evolution of chiropractic manipulation. J Manipulative Physiol Ther. 2004;27(1):72-4; author reply 74-5.
  30. Harrison DE, Ferrantelli J, Oakley PA. Lateral cervical curve changes in patients receiving chiropractic care after a motor vehicle collision: a retrospective case series. J Manipulative Physiol Ther. 2004 Feb;27(2):133-4; author reply 134-7.
  31. Oakley PA, Harrison DE. Reply to “Lumbar lordosis: study of patients with and without low back pain”. Clin Anat. 2004 May;17(4):367.
  32. Harrison DD, Harrison DE, Oakley PA. Evidence-based care, certainty, and the doctor’s duty of care. J Manipulative Physiol Ther 2005;28(9):732-733.
  33. Oakley PA, Harrison DD, Harrison DE, Haas JW. Reply to Bussieres et al. J Canadian Chiro Assoc 2006; 50(4).
  34. Harrison DE, Harrison DD. Letter to editor: “The association between cervical spine curvature and neck pain (D. Grob et al)” European Spine J 2007;May 8th [Epub ahead of print].

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Spine Research, Treatment, and Analysis is changing; so too is Chiropractic. Research, patient management, objective clinical results, treatment techniques, philosophies, and principles all must advance over time. The mission of Chiropractic BioPhysics® (CBP®) Non-Profit is to provide a research based response to these changing times that is clinically, technically, and philosophically sound.

By joining together, we can participate in the redefinition and updating of the chiropractic profession through state of the art spine research efforts.This journey, all of us must take as a Chiropractic health care profession to become the best we can be for the sake of the betterment of patient care.

CBP Non-Profit’s efforts focus on corrective Chiropractic care through structural rehabilitation of the spine and posture. Further, CBP Non-Profit, Inc. has in its purpose to fund Chiropractic student scholarships where appropriate as well as donate needed chiropractic equipment to chiropractic colleges; always trying to support chiropractic advancement and education.

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Chiropractic Biophysics Non-profit, Inc. is a 501(c)(3) nonprofit corporation dedicated to the advancement of chiropractic principles through scientific research. Dr. Don Harrison (deceased) and his second wife Dr. Deanne LJ Harrison (deceased) founded CBP research foundation in 1982; it was registered as CBP Non-Profit, Inc. in 1989 by Dr. Sang Harrison (Don’s 3rd and final life’s love). Through this organization Dr. Don and colleagues have published 140 peer-reviewed spine and Chiropractic research publications. Further, CBP Non-Profit, Inc. has funded many scholarships as well as donated chiropractic equipment to many chiropractic colleges; always trying to support chiropractic advancement and education. Dr. Don Harrison was the acting president of CBP Non-Profit, Inc. since 1982. Currently, Dr. Deed Harrison (Don’s son) is the President of CBP Non-Profit, Inc. Read More