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Thoracic spine manipulation is commonly used by physical therapists for the management of patients with upper quarter pain syndromes. The theoretical construct for using thoracic manipulation for upper quarter conditions is a mainstay of a regional interdependence (RI) approach. The RI concept is likely much more complex and is perhaps driven by a(More)
Smith's (1993) paper is very welcome in that it stimulates a much needed debate on raising research standards in the study of sexual networks and the transmission of HIV/AIDS. Nevertheless, his paper is difficult to grapple with in that he has several targets, including perhaps population-based epidemiology itself. At least one would derive that impression(More)
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