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Elise G. Hewitt DC, DICCP, FICC


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PEDIATRICS FOR THE DOCTOR OF CHIROPRACTIC: 5 Key History Questions to Document the Potential - Presence of Joint Dysfunction in Babies & Young Children (1CE)

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Elise G. Hewitt, DC, DICCP, FICC
1 Hour 3 Minutes
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Five key questions to ask during the history to document the potential presence of joint dysfunction in infants
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