2019 - D.C. Tracts Volume 31 - Annual Subscription

by Data Trace Publishing Company (2019)

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An annual hardcopy subscription through the mail include:

  • Eight 40-minute audio lectures on CD (2 per issue)
  • Four printed periodicals
  • Four sets of questions and answer forms
  • A custom-designed storage binder


  • Issue 1 – Temporomandibular Joint Dysfunction
  • Issue 2 – Thoracic Spine
  • Issue 3 – Functional and Clinical Neurology
  • Issue 4 – Commonly Misdiagnosed Syndromes of Low Back Pain

2019 - D.C. Tracts Volume 31 - Annual Subscription

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Receive a new issue every three months. Select the CE option to be eligible for relicensure credits.

Each of our four issues is worth 6 CE credits, for an annual total of 24 credits. If your state requires more than 24 credits per year, please call one of our friendly customer service representatives at 1-800-342-0454 to see how you can purchase back issues of D.C. Tracts to fulfill any additional, allowable credits you require.

Our online program allows access to quarterly topics as they become available:

  • Eight 40-minute MP3 audio lectures (2 lectures per quarter)
  • Four downloadable periodicals with corresponding exams (1 per quarter)

The D.C. Tracts continuing education program offers well-written, concise, and relevant content for today’s busy Chiropractor. Each issue contains a feature article, three to four abstracts and commentary on recent, important articles, and two 40-minute audio lectures by experts in the field. And, it is easy to subscribe and earn up to 24 yearly CE credits - or more, depending on how many home study credits your state approves.

All areas of clinical interest are covered, especially those pertaining to nonsurgical treatment of the spine and neuromuscular system. Current articles are expertly condensed in an easy-to-read format with commentary on how the information can be applied in practice. Also included are important illustrations from the original articles and key references for further reading. D.C. Tracts is indexed through Chirolars® and CINAHL.

(ISSN #1041-469X)


Bryan M. Bond, DC, MS, PhD

Abstracts Editor

Yasmeen A. Khan, DC, MS

Radiology Editor

Tracey A. Littrell, DC, DACBR, DACO, CCSP


Brian Anderson, DC, MPH, MS, Cert MTD
Scott Banks, DC
Bryan M. Bond, DC, MS, PhD
Timothy D. Conwell, DC, FACO
Ronald C. Evans, DC, FACO
Brian J. Gleberzon, DC
Daniel W. Haun, DC, DACBR
Norman W. Kettner, DC, DACBR
Lisa Z. Killinger, DC
Vincent P. Lucido, DC, DABCO
Louis Sportelli, DC
Terry R. Yochum, DC, DACBR


Kathleen Baumgardner, DC, CCSP
James R. Brandt, DC, FACO
Leo Bronston, DC, FACO, CCSP
Stephen H. Bums, DC, FCCSC
Joel P. Carmichael, DC, DACBSP
Raymond N. Conley, DC, DACBR
Arthur C. Croft, DC, MS, MPH, FACO
John Danchik, DC, CCSP
Drew DeMann, DC
Stephen Estes, DC, DABCO
Joseph Ferezy, DC,FIACN
Arthur A. Fierro, DC
Donald E. Freuden, DC, DABCO
Marianne Gengenbach, DC, DACBSP
James Gerber, DC, MS
Warren I. Hammer, DC, DABCO
Thomas E. Hyde, DC, DACBSP
Sharon A. Jaeger, DC, DACBR
Thomas M. LaBrot, DC
Anita Manne, DC, DACBR
Emily J. Rucker, DC, DABCO, CCSP
Susan St. Claire, DC, MS, DCBCN, CCN
Joseph J. Sweere, DC, DABCO
Patrick P. Venditti, DC

Order now and get these four exciting issues in Volume 31:

  • Issue 1 – Temporomandibular Joint Dysfunction
  • Issue 2 – Thoracic Spine
  • Issue 3 – Functional and Clinical Neurology
  • Issue 4 – Commonly Misdiagnosed Syndromes of Low Back Pain

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