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"The words 'manipulation' and 'subluxation' in a chiropractic context have meanings that are different from the meanings in evidence-based literature… The reasons for use of manipulation/mobilization by an evidence-based manual therapist are not the same as the reason for use of adjustment/manipulation by most chiropractors." Article by Samuel Homola, DC, The Journal of Manual & Manipulative Therapy, Vol.14 No.2 (2006) E14-E18 [pdf]