TEXTBOOKS AND CHAPTERS

  1. Croft AC: Atherosclerosis: It's progression and regression. University of Bridgeport (CT), Masters Thesis, 1982.
  2. Foreman SM, Croft AC: Whiplash Injuries. The Cervical Acceleration/Deceleration Syndrome. Baltimore, Williams & Wilkins Co., 1988. (Japanese version by Enterprise Publishing Co., Tokyo, 1988).
  3. Croft AC: Whiplash: The Patient's Guide to Recovery . Arthur C. Croft, 1995.
  4. Steigerwald DP, Croft AC: Whiplash & TMJ Dysfunction: An Algorithmic Approach to Case Management. Encinitas, Kaiser Publishing Co., 1993.
  5. Croft AC: Advances in the clinical understanding of acceleration/deceleration injuries to the cervical spine. In Lawrence D, Cassidy JD, McGregor M, Meeker WC, Vernon HT (eds): Advancements in Chiropractic, vol 2, Chicago, Mosby Year Book, Inc., 1995.
  6. Foreman SM, Croft AC: Whiplash Injuries: The Cervical Acceleration/Deceleration Syndrome (ed 2). Baltimore, Williams & Wilkins Co., 1995.
  7. Croft AC: Low speed rear impact collisions: In search of an injury threshold. In Allen M (ed): Musculoskeletal Pain Emanating from the Head and Neck. Current Concepts in Diagnosis, Management, and Cost Containment. New York, Haworth Medical Press, 1996.
  8. Freeman MD, Croft AC: The controversy over late whiplash: Are chronic symptoms following whiplash real? In Szpalski M, Gunzburg (eds): Whiplash Injuries. New York, Lippincott-Raven, 1997.
  9. Croft AC: Mechanisms of cervical acceleration/deceleration (whiplash) injury and the basis for chronic pain. In Siegfried J, Grehl O, Hosali IP (eds), Psychosomatic Illness— An International Review of Disorders and the Empirical Evidence. In press, Toronto, Hogrefe Publishers. [Note: title may change to Psychosomatic Illness: An In-depth Approach To Treatment.]
  10. Croft AC: Delay in onset of symptoms; standardized WAD grading systems. A Practitioner’s Guide to Understanding Whiplash Associated Disorders. Toronto, Canadian Chiropractic Association), 2000.
  11. Foreman SM, Croft AC: Whiplash Injuries: The Cervical Acceleration/Deceleration Syndrome (ed 3). Baltimore, Lippincott Williams & Wilkins Co., 2002.
  12. Croft AC: Proceedings of the Annual SRISD Scientific Conference, San Diego, Spine Research Institute of San Diego. [These have been published annually: 1998-2014.]
  13. Croft AC: Whiplash: Advanced Topics. From the Whiplash and Brain Injury Traumatology Program, San Diego, Spine Research Institute of San Diego. [This book has been published annually: 1992-2014.]
  14. Croft AC: Advanced Diagnostics and Treatment and Auto Crash Reconstruction. From the Whiplash and Brain Injury Traumatology Program, San Diego, Spine Research Institute of San Diego. [This book has been published annually: 1992-2014.]
  15. Croft AC: Narrative Report Writing and Practice Development. From the Whiplash and Brain Injury Traumatology Program, San Diego, Spine Research Institute of San Diego. [This book has been published annually: 1992-2014.]
  16. Croft AC: Medlegal Issues. From the Whiplash and Brain Injury Traumatology Program, San Diego, Spine Research Institute of San Diego. [This book has been published annually: 1992-2014.]
  17. Croft AC: Whiplash and Mild Traumatic Brain Injuries: A Guide for Patients and Practitioners. SRISD Press, Coronado, 2009.
  18. Croft AC. How my work applies to MIST (and other) cases. A chapter in: Ball D, Keenan D, eds. Reptile in the Mist (And Beyond). New York: Balloon Press; 2013.
  19. Croft AC: Economy of writing: how to write technical content. A chapter in Shoja MM, Tubbs RS, D’Antoni AV, Loukas M, eds. A Guide to the Scientific Career: Communication, Conducting Research and Writing Effective Papers. In production.
  20. Croft AC: Property damage vs. injury risk in low velocity collisions; and Biomechanical features of low velocity collisions. Chapters in DeShaw A, ed. Crash: Handling and Trying Minor Impact Cases. Portland, Trial Guides. In production.
  21. Croft AC: Medical testing. A chapter in Romano G, ed. Anatomy of a Personal Injury Lawsuit. Portland, Trial Guides. In production.

EDUCATIONAL VIDEOTAPES

  1. Croft AC, Foreman SM: Personal Injury Assessment: Physical Examination. Baltimore, Williams & Wilkins Co., 1988. [VHS.]
  2. Croft AC, Foreman SM: Personal Injury Assessment: Advanced Imaging Techniques. Baltimore, Williams & Wilkins Co., 1988. [VHS.]
  3. Croft AC, Foreman SM: Personal Injury Assessment: Electrodiagnostic Testing. Baltimore, Williams & Wilkins Co., 1988. [Tapes 1-3 have been translated into Japanese and Italian.] [VHS.]
  4. Croft AC: Assessment of the patient presenting with radiculopathy. DC Tracts, Baltimore, Data Trace Chiropractic Publishers, Inc., 1989. [VHS.]
  5. Croft AC: Whiplash. San Diego, Spine Research Institute of San Diego, 1990. [VHS and DVD.]
  6. Swenson RS, Terrett AGJ, Croft AC: Spotlight on Cerebrovascular Accident. Foundation for Chiropractic Education and Research, 1995. [VHS.]
  7. Croft AC: Machine vs. Man 1. San Diego, Spine Research Institute of San Diego, 2001. [VHS and DVD.]
  8. Croft AC: Machine vs. Man 2. San Diego, Spine Research Institute of San Diego, 2004. [DVD.]

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JOURNAL PUBLICATIONS

Peer-Reviewed, Indexed Journals (indices include MEDLINE, CINAHL, MANTIS, WebDex, and Health Index)

  1. Croft AC: Alcoholic polyneuropathy: new concepts for an old problem. J American Chiropractic Assoc, 17(5):45-56, May, 1983.
  2. Croft AC: Atherosclerosis: It's progression and regression--a review of the literature. J American Chiropractic Assoc, 18(8):51-66, August, 1984.
  3. Croft AC: Not professional? J American Chiropractic Assoc, 21(3):8, March, 1984. Letter.
  4. Croft AC: Anabolic steroids: the controversy continues. J American Chiropractic Assoc, 18(10):59-69, October, 1984.
  5. Croft AC: Nutritional aspects of the diabetic pregnancy. J American Chiropractic Assoc, 23(2):35-52, February, 1986.
  6. Croft AC, Foreman SM: Unilateral pseudonotch of the atlas vertebra simulating fracture. J American Chiropractic Assoc, 20(12):44-50, December, 1986.
  7. Foreman SM, Croft AC: MR and CT imaging of the cervical spine after trauma: an algorithm. J American Chiropractic Assoc, 24(11): 65-68, November, 1987.
  8. Croft AC: Foreman SM: The anterior subluxation: its significance in cervical spine trauma. The American Chiropractor, October, 1987, 10-14.
  9. Croft AC: Foreman SM: An Interview. The American Chiropractor, 6, November 1987.
  10. Croft AC: Causalgia. American Journal of Orthopaedic Medicine, 1(3): 5-7, March, 1989.
  11. Croft AC: Fluoroscopy is often overused. (Letter to Editor). J American Chiropractic Assoc, 26(11): 14-69, November, 1989.
  12. Croft AC, Foreman SM: The cervical acceleration/deceleration syndrome: a proposal for management algorithms. ACA Journal of Chiropractic, 26(6): 59-72, June, 1989.
  13. Treatment paradigm for cervical acceleration/deceleration injuries (whiplash). J American Chiropractic Association, 30(1): 41-45, 1993.
  14. Croft AC, Cromwell LD, Holmes B, Kaplan MS, Meeker W, Milus T, Vernon H: Persistent back pain following a work-related injury. Grand rounds. J Neuromusculoskeletal System. 1(1):30-44, 1993.
  15. Croft AC: Cervical acceleration/deceleration trauma: critical re-appraisal of physical and biomechanical events. J Neuromusculoskeletal System 1(2): 45-41, 1993.
  16. Croft AC: Treatment paradigm for cervical acceleration/deceleration injuries (whiplash). J American Chiropractic Assoc, 30(1): 41-45, 1993.
  17. Croft AC, Cromwell L, Erhard RE, Hyde TE, Kaplan MS, Light D, Matuskey J, Morrison B, Swenson R: Injuries in rear-end automobile accident: grand rounds. J Neuromusculoskeletal System 1(3):135-148, 1993.
  18. Croft AC: The case against "litigation neurosis" in mild head injuries and cervical acceleration/deceleration trauma. J Neuromusculoskeletal System, 1(4): 149-155, 1993.
  19. Croft AC: Letter to Editor regarding thermography. J Chiropractic Res Clin Invest, 8(4): 65-66, 1993.
  20. Croft AC, Krage JS, Pate D, Young DN: Videofluoroscopy of cervical spine trauma—an interinterpreter reliability study. J Manip Physio Ther, 17(1): 20-24, 1994.
  21. Conley RN, Croft AC, Erhard RE, Sandefur R, Timko MG, Vernon H: Grand rounds: neck and shoulder pain following a cervical disc injury. J Neuromusculoskeletal System 2(4):212-218, 1994.
  22. Croft AC, Young DN: Videofluoroscopy: a sampling of chiropractic radiologist's opinions. Topics in Diagnostic Radiology and Advanced Imaging, 2(1): 4-10, 1994.
  23. Croft AC: Whiplash: contemporary considerations in assessment, management, treatment, and prognosis [1(4):156-166, 1993]. Letter to the editor. J Neuromusculoskeletal System 2(2):97-98, 1994.
  24. Croft AC: Proposed classification of cervical acceleration/deceleration (CAD) injuries with a review of prognostic research. Palmer Journal of Research, 1(1): 10-21, 1994.
  25. Croft AC, Swenson RS, Tarola GA, Vernon H: Grand rounds: Symptoms following a motor vehicle accident. J Neuromusculoskeletal System 3(4):203-210, 1995.
  26. Croft AC: Letter to the editor regarding Bovim article Neck Pain in the General Population. Spine 20(5):627-628, 1995.
  27. Croft AC: Appropriateness of cervical spine manipulation: a survey of practitioners. Chiropractic Technique 8(4):178-181, 1996.
  28. Conley RN, Croft AC, Delitto A, Erhard RE, Mior SA, Tarola GA, Thomas GP, Welch WC: Grand rounds: Cervical pain and dizziness in a patient with a hypermobile cervical motion segment. J Neuromusculoskeletal System 4(1):30-39, 1996.
  29. Croft AC: Low speed impact collisions: in search of an injury threshold. J Musculoskeletal Pain 4(4):39-46, 1996.
  30. Sehnert K, Croft AC: Basal metabolic temperature vs. laboratory assessment in posttraumatic hypothyroidism. J Manip Physio Ther 19(1):6-12, 1996.
  31. Bergmann TF, Cassidy JD, Croft AC, Rich JA, Swenson RS: Grand rounds: Continued neck pain following motor vehicle accident. J Neuromusculoskeletal System 5(3):117-128, 1996.
  32. Croft AC: Refuting "no crash, no cash (letter to editor) J American Chiropractic Association 33(6):10-58, 1996.
  33. Croft AC, Freeman MD: ‘Railway spine’ to ‘late whiplash.’ Cases of wrongful controversy? Topics in Clinical Chiropractic, 5(3):54-61, 1998.
  34. Croft AC: Reply in ‘Letters on grand rounds’ (Continued neck pain following motor vehicle accident. J Neuromusculoskeletal System 5(3):117-128, 1997). J Neuromusculoskeletal System 6(1):45-47, 1998.
  35. Freeman MD, Croft AC, Rossignol AM: "Whiplash-Associated Disorders (WAD)—Redefining Whiplash and its management" by the Quebec Task Force: A critical evaluation. Spine 23(9):1043-1049, 1998.
  36. Freeman MD, Croft AC, Rossignol AM, Weaver DS, Reiser M: A review and methodological critique of the literature refuting whiplash syndrome. Spine 24(1):86-96, 1999.
  37. Harrison DD, Harrison SO, Croft AC, Harrison DE, Troyanovich SJ: Sitting biomechanics, part I: review of the literature. J Manip Physio Ther 22(9):594-609, 1999.
  38. 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 Manip Physio Ther 23(1):37-47, 2000.
  39. Croft AC: Whiplash injury: the current model. J American Chiropractic Association 37(7):32-42, 2000.
  40. Freeman MD, Croft AC, Rossignol AM. A critical evaluation of the methodology of a low back pain clinical trial. J Manip Physio Ther 23(5):363-4, 2000.
  41. Croft AC: Whiplash. J American Chiropractic Association 38(9):28-32, 2001.
  42. Croft AC, Herring P, Freeman MD, Haneline MT: The neck injury criterion (NIC): future considerations. Accid Anal Prev 34(2)247-255, 2002.
  43. Haneline MT, Croft AC: Chiropractic manipulation of the neck with Horner’s syndrome and internal carotid artery dissection. J American Chiropractic Assoc 39(4):18-20, 2002.
  44. Croft AC et al. (interview): More than a pain in the neck: whiplash. Immovable object, unstoppable force. J American Chiropractic Assoc, 39(4):13-15, 2002.
  45. Haneline MT, Croft AC, Frishberg BM: The association of internal carotid artery dissection and chiropractic manipulation. Neurologist 9(1):35-44, 2003.
  46. Croft AC, Herring P, Freeman MD, Centeno C, Haneline MT, Baric JJ: Late (chronic) whiplash injury.
  47. Public health perspectives amidst a controversial literature. J American Chiropractic Association 40(8):26-32, 2003.
  48. Haneline MT, Croft AC: Internal carotid artery dissection following chiropractic manipulation: clinical features and mechanisms of injury. J American Chiropractic Association 40(5):20-24, 2003.
  49. Croft AC: “Manipulopathy”: the risk of cervical arterial dissection, cerebrovascular accident, and chiropractic manipulative therapy. J American Chiropractic Association 40(7):22-25, 2003.
  50. Croft AC, Freeman MD: Correlating crash severity with injury risk, injury severity, and long-term symptoms in low velocity motor vehicle collisions. Med Sci Monit 2005 11(10):RA316-321.
  51. Freeman MD, Croft AC, Nicodemus CN, Centeno CJ, Elkins WL: Significant spinal injury resulting from low-level accelerations: a case series of roller coaster injuries. Arch Phys Med Rehabil 2005 Nov;86(11):2126-30.
  52. D’Antoni A, Croft AC. Prevalence of herniated intervertebral discs of the cervical spine in asymptomatic subjects using MRI scans: a qualitative systematic review. Journal of Whiplash and Related Disorders 5(1):5-13, 2005.
  53. Croft AC, Philippens, MMGM: The RID2 biofidelic rear impact dummy: a validation study using human subject in low speed rear impact full scale crash tests. Neck injury criteria (NIC). 2006 SAE World Congress, Technical Paper Series 2006-01-0067, April 3-6, Detroit, MI, 2006.
  54. Croft AC: Is high-utilization chiropractic treatment efficacious in whiplash? Arch Intern Med 166:1237-1238, 2006.
  55. Freeman MD, Croft AC, Rossignol AM, Centeno CJ, Elkins WL: Chronic neck pain and whiplash: A case-control study of the relationship between acute whiplash injuries and chronic neck pain Pain Res Manag 2006 11(2):79-83.
  56. Croft AC: Human subjects exposed to very low velocity frontal collisions. Journal of Biomechanics 39 (Supplement 1) S146, 2006.
  57. Croft AC: Biomechanical and kinematic differences between rear impact and frontal impact automobile crashes at low velocities. Journal of Biomechanics 39 (Supplement 1) S145, 2006.
  58. Croft AC, Philippens MMGM: The RID2 biofidelic rear impact dummy: A pilot study using human subjects in low speed rear impact full scale crash tests. Accid Anal Prev 39:340-346, 2007.
  59. Croft AC, D’Antoni AV, Terzulli SL: Update on the antibacterial resistance crisis. Med Sci Monit, 2007 13(6): RA103-118.
  60. Croft AC, D’Antoni AV: Chiropractic manipulation: Reasons for concern? Clin Neurol Neurosurg. 110(4):422-3, 2008.
  61. Croft AC: Early aggressive care and symptomatic recovery from whiplash: Comment on the article by Côté et al. Arthritis Rheum 2008 Apr 15;59(4):599-600, 2008.
  62. Croft AC, Elbridge TR: Human subject rear seat passenger symptoms response to frontal car-to-car low-speed crash tests. J Chiropractic Medicine (1):141-146, 2011.

Peer-Reviewed, Non-Indexed Journals

  1. Croft AC: Chiropractors who expand the scope of their practice. Medical Economics, 23, December 10, 1984. Letter.
  2. Foreman SM, Croft AC: Diagnosis of whiplash injuries. California Chiropractic Association Journal, 11(4):26-27, April, 1986.
  3. Foreman SM, Croft AC: Diagnosis of whiplash injuries. Florida Chiropractic Association Journal, 30-31, July/August, 1986.
  4. Croft AC: Letter to Editor regarding malpractice. California Chiropractic Journal, 13(4): 6, April, 1988
  5. Croft AC: Radiculopathy: objectivity through electrodiagnostic testing. DC Tracts,1(4): 187-198, August, 1989.
  6. Croft AC: Neurogenic, vertebrogenic and referred spinal pain: diagnostic dilemma. Journal of the Pennsylvania Chiropractic Society, 7(4): 20-21, October/November/December, 1989.
  7. Croft AC: Muscle contraction headache. Journal of the Chiropractic Association of Arizona, 17-18, March/April, 1990.
  8. Croft AC: Mechanisms of spinal pain. Journal of the South Carolina Chiropractic Society, 4:10-13, 1991.
  9. Croft AC: The dead whiplash scrolls. Florida Chiropractic Association Journal, 19-20, March/April, 1992
  10. Croft AC: Research findings in videofluoroscopy. Florida Chiropractic Association Journal, 25-26, May-June, 1992.
  11. Croft AC: The dead whiplash scrolls. Oklahoma Chiropractic Journal, 3(2): 8, 1992 (reprinted with permission).
  12. Croft AC: Diagnosis: primary fibromyalgia syndrome. Iowa Chiropractic Society Journal, 14, April, 1992.
  13. Croft AC, Steigerwald DP: Whiplash can cause TMJ dysfunction. Iowa Chiropractic Society Journal, 14-15, June, 1992.
  14. Croft AC: Primary fibromyalgia syndrome. Texas Journal of Chiropractic, 16-17, January, 1992.
  15. Croft AC: Proposed classification of cervical acceleration/deceleration injuries. New Hampshire Chiropractic Association Journal, Winter, 1992, (reprinted with permission).
  16. Croft AC, Steigerwald DP: Whiplash and TMJ dysfunction. Spinal Press (Hawaii State Chiropractic Association Journal), 3(4): 13-15, 1992.
  17. Croft AC: Chiropractic manipulative therapy (CMT) in cervical acceleration/deceleration (CAD) trauma. Townsend Letter for Doctors, 113: 1134, 1992.
  18. Croft AC: "Whiplash": An extension injury? Florida Chiropractic Journal, November/December, 32-33, 1992.
  19. Croft AC: Research findings in videofluoroscopy (VF). Townsend Letter for Doctors, 112: 930, 1992.
  20. Croft AC: The post-concussion syndrome (PCS): what's new? Part I. Texas Chiropractic Journal,10(7): 29-31, 1993.
  21. Croft AC: The post-concussion syndrome (PCS): what's new? Part II. Texas Chiropractic Journal, 10(8):27-29, 1993.
  22. Croft AC: Efficacy of chiropractic treatment and issues of "scientific validity" in chiropractic and medicine. Part I. Texas Journal of Chiropractic,10(12): 23-26, 1993.
  23. Croft AC: Efficacy of chiropractic treatment and issues of "scientific validity" in chiropractic and medicine. Part II. Journal of the South Carolina Chiropractic Association, 3(3): 21, 1993.
  24. Croft AC: Efficacy of chiropractic treatment and issues of "scientific validity" in chiropractic and medicine. Part III. Journal of the South Carolina Chiropractic Association, 3(5): 21, 1993.
  25. Croft AC: After trial by science, who'll be on top? California Chiropractic Association Journal, 18(7):33-37, 1993.
  26. Croft AC: Electrodiagnostic aids in peripheral neuropathy. Part I: peripheral pathogenesis. Florida Chiropractic Association Journal, 47-49, May/June 1993.
  27. Croft AC: Proposed classification of cervical acceleration/deceleration (CAD) injuries. The Voice (Kentucky Chiropractic Association), 8(2): 7-8, 1993.
  28. Trends in personal injury: tempest in a teakettle? Connecticut Yankee—Connecticut Chiropractic Assoc 25-26, Fourth Quarter, 1993.
  29. Croft AC: Post concussion syndrome(PCS): what's new? Part II. The Voice, 8(4): 6-15, 1993.
  30. Croft AC: Lightning, sharks and quick movements of the neck. Keystone J Chiropractic 1(1):15, 1994.
  31. Croft AC: Getting around to RAND. Alabama State Chiropractic Association J Summer, 1994.
  32. Croft AC: Carpal tunnel syndrome (CTS) following motor vehicle trauma. The Alternative—Maine Chiropractic Assoc 9-13, Summer 1994.
  33. Croft AC: Advanced diagnostic imaging in cervical spine and neck injuries. D.C. Tracts 6(1):5-8, 1994.
  34. Croft AC: Impingement syndrome and four frozen shoulder reports. Florida Chiropractic Assoc J 58-59, Winter 1994.
  35. Croft AC: Advanced diagnostic imaging in cervical spine and neck injuries. DC Tracts, 6(1):5-8, 1994.
  36. Croft AC: Angiography and color coded duplex sonography: applications in the secondary care setting. Texas J Chiropractic12(4):31, 1994.
  37. Croft AC: Cognitive deficits following cervical spine trauma. Texas J Chiropractic 12(8):31, 1995.
  38. Croft AC: New insights into the mechanism of acceleration-induced brain injuries. Chiropractic J North Carolina 78(2):20-21, 1995.
  39. Croft AC: Postconcussion syndrome following motor vehicle trauma: new literature. Florida Chiropractic Association J 43-45, March-April, 1995.
  40. Croft AC: Letter. Accid Reconstr J 8(1):21,64, 1996.
  41. Croft AC: Letter. Forensic Examiner 5(5,6):9-10, 1996.
  42. Croft AC: Informed consent. Ortho-Briefs 17(2):7, 1996.
  43. Croft AC: Proposed classification of cervical acceleration/deceleration (CAD) injuries. Texas J Chiropractic 14(2):22-23, 1996.
  44. Croft AC: Standards of care in cervical disk herniation: Results of a nationwide survey. Texas J Chiropractic 13(11):24, 1996.
  45. Croft AC: Lithuanian study: Letter to the editor. Inroads 4(1):6, 1997.
  46. Croft AC, Freeman MD: Invited commentary on Obelieniene D, Schrader H, Bovim G, Misevinciene I, Sand T: Pain after whiplash: a prospective controlled inception cohort study. J Neurol Neurosurg Psychiatry 66:279-283, 1999. The Back Letter. 14(4):43-45.
  47. Croft AC: Hyperextension: a factor in whiplash yet again. American J Clinical Chiropractic 9(1):16, 1999.
  48. Haneline MT, Croft AC: Whiplash in foreign lands: more ‘new clothes’ for the emperor? California Chiropractic Association Journal Apr, 26-27, 2001.
  49. Croft AC, Haneline MT: Children and whiplash injuries. Florida Chiropractic Association J Jul/Aug, 56-57, 2001.
  50. Haneline M, Croft A: Lower Back Pain Associated With CAD Injury: Does it Add Up? Illinois Chiropractic Society News, June, 4-13, 2001.
  51. Haneline M: Croft A: NEJM paper reporting stroke risk as one in 20,000 spinal manipulations. Florida Chiropractic Association Journal March-April, 18-19, 2002.
  52. Lewkovich GN: To the point: questions and answers regarding the Croft whiplash treatment guidelines with Arthur C. Croft, DC, MS, DABCO. California Chiropractic Association Journal 28(3):222-25, 2003.
  53. Haneline MT, Croft AC: The relationship of chiropractic neck manipulation to internal carotid artery dissection. The Forensic Examiner 12(9,10):38-41, 2003.
  54. Croft AC: Clinical forensic applications of medical photography. Florida Chiropractic Association Journal Nov/Dec, 23-25, 2006.
  55. Croft AC: Boosting auto safety, starting with kids. Florida Chiropractic Association Journal Jan/Feb/Mar, 21-24, 2007.
  56. Croft AC: All car seats are not created equal: why your choice of booster seats could be putting your child at risk. To Your Health April, 15-17, 2007.
  57. Croft AC: Pain, impairment, whiplash, and the new AMA Guides: what clinicians need to know. Practical Pain Management, January/February, 26-33, 2014.

Peer-Reviewed Conference Proceedings

  1. Freeman MD, Croft AC, Reiser M. Die epidemiologie des Schleudertraumas - wo liegt die Schelle Zur Verletzung? (The epidemiology of whiplash—is there a reliable threshold for whiplash injury?) HWS-Distortion (Schleudetrauma) & Leichte Traumatische, Hirnverletzung. Edited by Ettlin TM and Mürner J, Berne, Switzerland, June 25-6, 99-118, 1998.
  2. Freeman MD, Croft AC, Rossignol AM. The prevalence of whiplash-associated chronic cervical pain among a random sample of patients with chronic spine pain. Abstract from proceedings of Cervical Spine Research Society Annual Meeting. Seattle, WA December 13-15, 1999.
  3. Freeman MD, Croft AC, Rossignol AM. Late whiplash risk factor analysis of a random sample of patients with chronic spine pain. World Whiplash Associated Disorders Congress, Vancouver, British Columbia, February 8-10, 1999
  4. Croft AC, The Neck Injury Criterion (NIC): Future Considerations. 44th Annual Proceedings of the Association for the Advancement of Automotive Medicine, Chicago, IL, October 1-4, 2000, 519-521.
  5. Freeman MD, Centeno C, Croft AC, Nicodemus CN: Significant spinal injury resulting from low-level accelerations: a comparison with whiplash. International Congress on Whiplash-Associated Disorders, Berne, Switzerland, March 9-10, 1, 2001.
  6. Croft AC, Haneline MT, Freeman MD: Differential occupant kinematics and head linear acceleration between frontal and rear automobile impacts at low speed: evidence for a differential injury risk. International Congress on Whiplash-Associated Disorders, Berne, Switzerland, March 9-10, 28, 2001.
  7. Croft AC, Haneline MT, Freeman MD: Automobile crash reconstruction in low speed rear impact crashes utilizing a momentum, energy, and restitution (MER) method. International Congress on Whiplash-Associated Disorders, Berne, Switzerland, March 9-10, 20, 2001.
  8. Centeno C, Freeman MD, Croft AC: A comparison of the functional profile of an international cohort of whiplash injured patients and non-patients: an internet study. International Congress on Whiplash-Associated Disorders, Berne, Switzerland, March 9-10, 2, 2001.
  9. Freeman MD, Nicodemus CN, Croft AC, Centeno C: Significant spinal injury resulting from low-level accelerations: a case series of roller coaster injuries. Cervical Spine Research Society 29th Annual Meeting, Monterey, CA, Nov 29-Dec 1, 2001.
  10. Freeman MD, Sapir D, Boutselis A, Gorup J, Tuckman G, Croft AC, Centeno C, Phillips A: Whiplash injury and occult vertebral fracture: a case series of bone SPECT imaging of patients with persisting spine pain following a motor vehicle crash. Cervical Spine Research Society 29th Annual Meeting, Monterey, CA, Nov 29-Dec 1, 2001.
  11. Croft AC, Haneline MT, Freeman MD: Differential Occupant Kinematics and Forces Between Frontal and Rear Automobile Impacts at Low Speed: Evidence for a Differential Injury Risk, International Research Council on the Biomechanics of Impact (IRCOBI), International Conference, Munich, Germany, September 18-20, 2002. 365-366
  12. Croft AC, Haneline MT, Freeman MD: Low speed frontal crashes and low speed rear crashes: is there a differential risk for injury? Proceedings of the 46th Association for the Advancement of Automotive Medicine (AAAM) Annual Scientific Conference, Tempe, Arizona, September 29-October 2, 79-91, 2002.
  13. Croft AC, Lord S, and Freeman MD: Whiplash Injury: Mechanisms of Injury, Pathophysiology, and Treatment, 10th World Congress on Pain, International Association for the Study of Pain, San Diego, August 17-22, 2002, p482.
  14. Croft AC: State-of-the-art chiropractic management of acute pain from cervical spine soft-tissue injuries. Conference Proceedings, World Federation of Chiropractic’s 7th Biennial Congress, Orlando, Florida, May 1-3, 2003, 49-52.
  15. Freeman MD, Croft AC, Centeno C: Fatal head injury cases in a rural Oregon county. Proceedings of the 19th World Congress of the International Traffic Medicine Association, Budapest, Hungary, September 14-17, 2003.
  16. Croft AC: Prognosis and chiropractic management of whiplash injuries. World Federation of Chiropractic’s 8th Biennial Congress, Sydney, Australia, June 16-18, 2005.
  17. D’Antoni A, Croft AC: Prevalence of Herniated Intervertebral Discs of the Cervical Spine in Asymptomatic Subjects Using MRI Scans: A Qualitative Systematic Review. Sixteenth Annual Research Colloquium, Seton Hall University, South Orange, New Jersey, May 13, 2005, CI-7.

Non-Peer-Reviewed, Indexed Journals (indices include MEDLINE, CINAHL, MANTIS, WebDex, Health Index, and Westlaw)

  1. Croft AC: Activities of daily living (ADL) considerations in cervical acceleration/deceleration (CAD) trauma. Dynamic Chiropractic, 10(14): 11-26, 1992.
  2. Croft AC: The automobile shoulder harness: magic bullet or ricochet? Dynamic Chiropractic, 10(5): 23-37, 1992.
  3. Croft AC: TMJ and whiplash: of forces and farces. Dynamic Chiropractic, 10(9): 15, 1992.
  4. Croft AC: MVA and MMI: how much is enough? Dynamic Chiropractic, 10(16): 30-31, 1992.
  5. Croft AC: The biggest research project yet. Dynamic Chiropractic, 10(18): 23, 1992.
  6. Croft AC: What causes those symptoms doctor? Dynamic Chiropractic, 10(22): 24-30, 1992.
  7. Croft AC: Brain mapping revisited. Dynamic Chiropractic, 10(26): 10-41, 1992.
  8. Croft AC: Point--counterpoint. Dynamic Chiropractic, 11(6): 26-27, 1993.
  9. Croft AC: Smoking gun or smoke and mirrors: science vs. nonscience. Dynamic Chiropractic, 11(8): 16-17, 1993.
  10. Croft AC: Thermography in soft tissue trauma: does it have a place? Dynamic Chiropractic, 11(10): 22-31, 1993.
  11. Croft AC: Where is the wisdom lost? Dynamic Chiropractic, 11(14): 13-14, 1993.
  12. Croft AC: [Letter to Editor] Dr. Croft's response on thermography. Dynamic Chiropractic, 11(16):26, 1993.
  13. Croft AC: Rebuttal on thermography. Dynamic Chiropractic, 11(18): 14-21, 1993.
  14. Croft AC: Scientific Writing: discriminating good from bad. Part I: general considerations., Dynamic Chiropractic, 11(20): 25-26, 1993.
  15. Croft AC: Scientific Writing: discriminating good from bad. Part II: surveys. Dynamic Chiropractic, 11(22): 16, 1993.
  16. Croft AC: Scientific Writing: discriminating good from bad. Part III: assignment, assessment, and analysis in experimental studies. Dynamic Chiropractic,11(24):13-34, 1993.
  17. Croft AC: Scientific Writing: discriminating good from bad. Part IV: interpretation and extrapolation of experimental studies. Dynamic Chiropractic, 11(26): 14, 1993.
  18. Croft AC: Scientific Writing: discriminating good from bad. Part V: sensitivity and predictive value. Dynamic Chiropractic, 12(2): 12-43, 1994.
  19. Croft AC: Mild traumatic brain injuries after motor vehicle accidents. Dynamic Chiropractic 12(6):9-35, 1994.
  20. Croft AC: MRI with contrast. What's new? Dynamic Chiropractic,12(12): 8-25, 1994.
  21. Croft AC: Misconceptions indeed! Dynamic Chiropractic 12(18):22-23, 1994.
  22. Croft AC: Cervical myelopathy: is surgery (always, usually, never) the best choice? Dynamic Chiropractic 12(22):32-43, 1994
  23. Croft AC: Pseudoscience in the courtroom: blight at the end of the tunnel? Dynamic Chiropractic 12(24):18-19, 1994.
  24. Croft AC: LIMP: a battle lost as war rages on? Dynamic Chiropractic. 12(26):28-32, 1994.
  25. Croft AC: Fibromyalgia syndrome arising de novo from trauma. Dynamic Chiropractic. 13(5):32-33, 1995.
  26. Croft AC: Health care policy: what is the role of the field practitioner? Dynamic Chiropractic. 13(7):19-29, 1995.
  27. Croft AC: Narrative reports in personal injury: two common errors. Dynamic Chiropractic 13(11):19, 1995.
  28. Croft AC: Excessive medical claims for automobile personal injuries: the RAND report. Dynamic Chiropractic 13(13):27, 1995.
  29. Croft AC: Quebec Task Force on Whiplash-Associated Disorders. What does it mean for practitioners? Dynamic Chiropractic 13(15):34-49, 1995.
  30. Croft AC: Problems with apportionment? Use your calculator. Dynamic Chiropractic 13(17):16, 1995.
  31. Croft AC: Diagnostic ultrasound: too good to be true? Dynamic Chiropractic 13(19):15-21, 1995.
  32. Croft AC: LOSRICs: epidemiological analysis. Dynamic Chiropractic 13(23):16-18, 1995.
  33. Croft AC: The curriculum vitae. Dynamic Chiropractic 13(21):14, 1995.
  34. Croft AC: Physical Medicine Research Foundation holds 8th Int'l symposium. Dynamic Chiropractic 13(25):23-27, 1995.
  35. Croft AC: Thoracic outlet syndrome: Current literature. Dynamic Chiropractic 14(1):21-25, 1996.
  36. Croft AC: How does your head restraint measure up?. Dynamic Chiropractic 14(3):29, 1996.
  37. Croft AC: Quebec task force: The intrigue continues. Dynamic Chiropractic 14(7):20-29, 1996.
  38. Croft AC: Whiplash outcome: Do most patients recover in 6-12 weeks. Dynamic Chiropractic 14(9):14-43, 1996.
  39. Croft AC: Radionuclide bone scan: How useful in cervical spine trauma? Dynamic Chiropractic 14(11):24-25, 1996.
  40. Croft AC: It's not just what you say--narrative reports are costing you your business. Dynamic Chiropractic 14(13):16-28, 1996.
  41. Croft AC: Recent whiplash literature abstracts. Dynamic Chiropractic 14(17):29-31, 1996.
  42. Croft AC: Medicolegal questions and answers. Dynamic Chiropractic 14(19):14-25, 1996.
  43. Croft AC: Disabled DC sues disability insurance carrier and wins. Dynamic Chiropractic 14(21):16-29, 1996.
  44. Croft AC: A nurse in expert's clothing. Dynamic Chiropractic 14(23):14-33, 1996.
  45. Croft AC: Running amok. Dynamic Chiropractic 14(25):25-33, 1996.
  46. Croft AC: The trouble with air bags. Dynamic Chiropractic 15(1):23, 1997.
  47. Croft AC: Is there an engineer in the house? or, the sound of the one eye winking. Dynamic Chiropractic 15(3):26-43, 1997.
  48. Croft AC: Whiplash injuries and low speed collisions: Confessions of an accident reconstructionist. Forum 27(6):10-15, 1997.
  49. Croft AC: Whiplash: Whither the future? Dynamic Chiropractic 15(5):6-29, 1997.
  50. Croft AC: Air bags: Saving lives at any cost? A public health perspective. Dynamic Chiropractic 15(7):16-33, 1997.
  51. Croft AC: Automobile injuries: Who pays? Dynamic Chiropractic 15(9):18-33, 1997.
  52. Croft AC: The ugly stepchild of personal injury. Dynamic Chiropractic 15(13):18-21, 1997.
  53. Croft AC: Accident reconstruction: A view from the barricades. Dynamic Chiropractic 15(11):13-43, 1997.
  54. Croft AC: Crash test researcher barred from testifying in auto accident. Dynamic Chiropractic 15(15):7-22, 1997.
  55. Croft AC: Whiplash quiz: Test your knowledge. Dynamic Chiropractic 15(17):24-27, 1997.
  56. Croft AC: Luxury and safety: can you have both? Dynamic Chiropractic 15(8):20, 1997.
  57. Croft AC: The ad hominem attack: don’t take it personally. Dynamic Chiropractic 15(21):27-40, 1997.
  58. Croft AC: Report from the International Whiplash Conference in Bristol. Dynamic Chiropractic 15(23):15-32, 1997.
  59. Croft AC: The potential role of antioxidant-based therapeutic intervention in the management of traumatic brain injury. Dynamic Chiropractic 15(25):4-42, 1997.
  60. Croft AC: Late whiplash syndrome: a disease of the psyche? Dynamic Chiropractic 16(1):18-30, 1998.
  61. Croft AC: Cervical acceleration/deceleration injuries: a pop quiz. Dynamic Chiropractic 16(3):18-34, 1998.
  62. Croft AC: Reasonable bioengineering certainty? A case report. Dynamic Chiropractor 16(5):22-34, 1998.
  63. Croft AC: Whiplash injury threshold: new lower speed defined. Dynamic Chiropractic 16(7):35-38, 1998.
  64. Croft AC: On guidelines and gridlines. Dynamic Chiropractor 16(9):13-25, 1998.
  65. Croft AC: How does your 4-passenger car stack (crack) up?. Dynamic Chiropractor 16(11):27-31, 1998.
  66. Croft AC: Watchdogs watching. Dynamic Chiropractor 16(15):23-35, 1998.
  67. Croft AC: A few cross-examination questions. Dynamic Chiropractor 16(17):18-22, 1998.
  68. Croft AC: Automotive safety news. Dynamic Chiropractor 16(23):26-38, 1998.
  69. Croft AC: The current roles of SPECT and PET in the diagnosis of brain injury. Dynamic Chiropractic 16(25):34-43, 1998.
  70. Croft AC: The new model of whiplash: Part I. Dynamic Chiropractic 17(2):26-48, 1999.
  71. Croft AC: The new model of whiplash: Part II. Dynamic Chiropractic 17(3):20-33, 1999.
  72. Croft AC: Problems in auto crash reconstruction. Dynamic Chiropractic 17(4):35-42, 1999.
  73. Freeman MD, Croft AC, Reiser M: Discrediting defense experts in whiplash cases. Trial 62-67, March, 1999.
  74. Croft AC: Narrowing the gender gap in whiplash. Dynamic Chiropractic 17(6):24-36, 1999.
  75. Croft AC: Evidence and admissibility: what gets in and what doesn’t. Dynamic Chiropractic 17(8):28-29, 1999.
  76. Croft AC: The SCL-90R in clinical application. Dynamic Chiropractic 17(10):12-25, 1999.
  77. Croft AC: Practical auto crash reconstruction in LOSRIC, part 1. Dynamic Chiropractic 17(12):12-25, 1999.
  78. Croft AC: Practical auto crash reconstruction in LOSRIC, part 2. Dynamic Chiropractic 17(14):26-29, 1999.
  79. Croft AC: Practical auto crash reconstruction in LOSRIC, part 3. Dynamic Chiropractic 17(16):38-42, 1999.
  80. Croft AC: Practical auto crash reconstruction in LOSRIC, part 4. Dynamic Chiropractic 17(18):29-37, 1999.
  81. Croft AC: Practical auto crash reconstruction in LOSRIC, part 5. Dynamic Chiropractic 17(20):28-49, 1999.
  82. Croft AC: CRASH 99: the first full-scale human volunteer crash tests for chiropractic. Dynamic Chiropractic 17(22):40-41, 1999.
  83. Croft AC: Effectiveness of chiropractic management in chronic CAD cases. Dynamic Chiropractic 17(26):14-15, 1999.
  84. Croft AC: Chiropractic’s place on the food chain. Dynamic Chiropractic 18(2):22-24, 2000.
  85. Croft AC: Making the case against late whiplash. Dynamic Chiropractic 18(6):18-21, 2000.
  86. Croft AC: What evidence supports a link between trauma, fibromyalgia syndrome, and multiple sclerosis? Dynamic Chiropractic 18(14):28-34, 2000.
  87. Croft AC, Freeman MD: Of foxes and hen houses. Dynamic Chiropractic 18(16):28-29, 2000.
  88. Croft AC: Crash 2000: human volunteer low speed and moderate speed crash testing. Dynamic Chiropractic 18(20):36-37, 2000.
  89. Croft AC: Long-term consequences of whiplash: allergy, breathing, digestive, cardiovascular disorders, hypertension, and low back pain. Dynamic Chiropractic 18(22):30-44, 2000.
  90. Croft AC: Guidelines for the management of CAD trauma—use them. Dynamic Chiropractic 18(24):20-23, 2000.
  91. Croft AC: The risk of injury for children exposed to whiplash. Dynamic Chiropractic 18(26):14-46, 2000.
  92. Croft AC: Crash partners: death risk based on relative vehicle masses, sizes, and types. Dynamic Chiropractic 19(6):20-24, 2001.
  93. Croft AC: Time: critical factors in injury risk, part I. Dynamic Chiropractic 19(8):28-29, 2001.
  94. Croft AC: Medical conditions and relative driving safety: a recent report. Dynamic Chiropractic 19(10): 44, 2001.
  95. Croft AC: The one strategy for preserving the landscape. Dynamic Chiropractic 20(6):16-22, 2002.
  96. Croft AC: Is the lumbar spine vulnerable in low speed rear impact crashes? Dynamic Chiropractic 19(14):18-20, 2001.
  97. Croft AC: Relative risks in children and small females in trauma: what have we learned? Dynamic Chiropractic 19(16):29-32, 2001.
  98. Croft AC: Sensing diagnostic module (SDM): the modern motor vehicle’s “black box.” Dynamic Chiropractic 19(22):6-8, 2001.
  99. Croft AC, Haneline MT: CAD guidelines: we have them, let’s use them. Results of a preliminary practice survey. Dynamic Chiropractic 19(24):30-33, 2001.
  100. Croft AC: Chiropractic care for acute whiplash patients. We must take up the challenge of research. Dynamic Chiropractic 20(1):1-32, 2002.
  101. Croft AC: Can you gauge injury risk or severity from the amount of vehicular property damage in motor vehicle crashes? Dynamic Chiropractic 20(26):26-29, 2002.
  102. Croft AC: Late whiplash: the controversy of organic vs. biopsychosocial models. Dynamic Chiropractic 20(2):40-44, 2002.
  103. Croft AC: CAD: common questions and answers. Dynamic Chiropractic 21(2):26-28, 2003.
  104. Croft AC: Guidelines and gridlines revisited. Dynamic Chiropractic 21(9):14-20, 2003.
  105. Croft AC: Intervertebral discs as a source of pain: is our current model valid?. Dynamic Chiropractic 21(11):28-56, 2003.
  106. Croft AC, Tripp RB: Spinal manipulation: important new data on risks. Dynamic Chiropractic 21(14):18-20, 2003.
  107. Croft AC: The “Colossus” claims program, and how it affects you and your patients. Dynamic Chiropractic 21(17):34-39, 2003.
  108. Croft AC: Testifying on the subject of permanent injury from MVC: whose domain? Dynamic Chiropractic 21(23) 2003.
  109. Croft AC: Newest trends in the medlegal world: a survival guide. Dynamic Chiropractic 22(4) 2004.
  110. Croft AC: The evolution of medical decision-making: a case study in emergency-room cervical radiology. Dynamic Chiropractic 22(10):24-29, 2004.
  111. Croft AC: Developing models and changing paradigms in CAD trauma. Dynamic Chiropractic 22(16): 2004.
  112. Croft AC: Intervertebral disc pathology: its relevance in forensic medicine. Dynamic Chiropractic 22(19): 41-45, 2004.
  113. Croft AC: “No crash—no cash”: another decade of duplicity? Dynamic Chiropractic 22(22):14-23, 2004.
  114. Croft AC: How do you rate as a forensic expert? Dynamic Chiropractic 22(25): 2004.
  115. Croft AC: Crash protection in rear impacts: the new dynamic tests using the Hyper-G sled and BioRID dummy. Dynamic Chiropractic 23(3): 2005.
  116. Croft AC: Pituitary dysfunction after traumatic brain injury (TBI). Dynamic Chiropractic 23(7): 2005.
  117. Croft AC, Freeman MD: Auto insurers and their new role in whiplash prevention—new rules, new risks, new tests. Forum 35(3):9-13, 2005.
  118. Croft AC: Writing rebuttal to the reports of auto crash reconstructionists and biomechanical engineers. Dynamic Chiropractic 23(11):24-33 2005.
  119. Croft AC: Frontal Crash Tests at Low Velocities: Can Injuries to Volunteers Result? Dynamic Chiropractic 23(15):38-40, 2005.
  120. Croft AC: The expert witness and the Daubert challenge. Dynamic Chiropractic 23(19):33-36, 2005.
  121. Croft AC: Finding golden needles lost in the biomedical literature haystack. Dynamic Chiropractic 23(xx):x, 2005.
  122. Croft AC: The new nomenclature of the spine. Dynamic Chiropractic 24(4):38-42, 2006.
  123. Croft AC: Crash Severity and Injury Risk. A New Study Provides the Definitive Answer. Dynamic Chiropractic 24(7): 2006.
  124. Croft AC: Uncertainty Analysis in a Forensic Practice, Part One. Dynamic Chiropractic 24(16): 30-39, 2006.
  125. Croft AC: Uncertainty Analysis in a Forensic Practice, Part Two. Dynamic Chiropractic 24(19): 66-71, 2006.
  126. Croft AC: Trends in personal injury: whither the future? Dynamic Chiropractic 24(23): 22-65, 2006.
  127. Croft AC: Booster seats: why go on killing our children? 25(5), 2007.
  128. Croft AC: Utilization review strategies: is the current system fair to all? Dynamic Chiropractic 25(9), 2007.
  129. Croft AC: Risk analysis: the skill set that sets you apart. Dynamic Chiropractic 25(13):12-40, 2007.
  130. Croft AC: American families, auto safety and the role of the health care practitioner. Dynamic Chiropractic 25(21):18-40, 2007.
  131. Croft AC: New research, the AMA Guides, the cervical spine DRE-IV, and ligamentous subfailure: disentangling some serious misconceptions. Dynamic Chiropractic 25(25):18-41, 2007.
  132. Croft AC: New developments in the safety and efficacy of chiropractic treatment, part 1. Dynamic Chiropractic 26(1):14-33, 2008.
  133. Croft AC: New developments in the safety and efficacy of chiropractic treatment, part 2. Dynamic Chiropractic 26(5):10-12, 2008.
  134. Croft AC: The AMA’s Guides to the Evaluation of Permanent Impairment, 6th Edition. Dynamic Chiropractic 26(9):26-28, 2008.
  135. Croft AC: Modic changes on MRI studies. Dynamic Chiropractic 26(13):30-31, 2008.
  136. Croft AC: Matters of the human intervertebral disc and spinal column in the forensic context. Dynamic Chiropractic 26(17):34-48, 2008.
  137. Croft AC: Non-dermatomal findings, differential straight-leg raising tests, and other Waddell signs. Dynamic Chiropractic 26(21):30, 2008.
  138. Croft AC: Thinking beyond the chiropractic table. Dynamic Chiropractic 27(5):22, 2009.
  139. Croft AC: Applications of biomechanics in the forensic assessment of injury. Dynamic Chiropractic 27(9):12-37, 2009.
  140. Croft AC: Bringing down barriers to care and ensuring access to injured patients. Dynamic Chiropractic 27(13):22-35, 2009.
  141. Croft AC: Low back injuries in low velocity rear impact collisions. Forum 39(4):33-37, 2009.
  142. Croft AC: The Biomechanics of Spondylolysis, Part 1: Is It Ever an Acute Traumatic Event? Dynamic Chiropractic 27(20):8-24, 2009.
  143. Croft AC: The Biomechanics of Spondylolysis, Part 2 Dynamic Chiropractic 27(24):14- 24, 2009.
  144. Croft AC: Study confirms flaws in standard defense strategy for MVC injury. Dynamic Chiropractic 28(2):18-33, 2010.
  145. Croft AC: Is advice alone adequate for the management of neck pain? Dynamic Chiropractic 28(18):20-37, 2010.
  146. Croft AC: Key software for medicolegal (and practice) settings. Dynamic Chiropractic 28(23):40-41, 2010.
  147. Croft AC: Managing motor vehicle trauma: a 2011 Status Report, Part 1. Dynamic Chiropractic 29(3):40-41, 2011.
  148. Croft AC: Managing motor vehicle trauma: a 2011 Status Report, Part 2. Dynamic Chiropractic 29(4):16-37, 2011.
  149. Croft AC: Follow-up in study design: how much is enough?. Dynamic Chiropractic 29(10):19-21, 2011.
  150. Croft AC: Conservative vs. surgical care of lumbar spinal stenosis. Dynamic Chiropractic 30(5):29-37, 2012.
  151. Croft AC: Reimbursement for treating crash victims: deconstructing the objections. Dynamic Chiropractic (31)9:6-30, 2013.
  152. Croft AC: Revisiting the neurological exam. Dynamic Chiropractic 32(9):16-22, 2014.



Non-Peer-Reviewed, Non-Indexed Journals

  1. Croft AC: The chiropractic emergency: can we respond? The Digest of Chiropractic Economics, 14-17, January/February, 1986.
  2. Croft AC: Migraine headaches and serotonin: a review of recent literature. Digest of Chiropractic Economics, 29(1): 10-120, August 1, 1986.
  3. Croft AC: The soft tissue dilemma. San Diego County Chiropractic Society Bulletin, 9(1): 9-14, January, 1987.
  4. Croft AC: Electromyography and nerve conduction velocity studies in cervical spine disorders. San Diego County Chiropractic Society Bulletin, 9(2):5-6, February, 1987.
  5. Croft AC: Nerve root disorders and the neurovascular compression syndrome: a differential diagnosis. San Diego County Chiropractic Society Bulletin, 9(3):6-7, March, 1987.
  6. Croft AC: Whiplash test. San Diego County Chiropractic Society Bullletin,9(4):6, April, 1987.
  7. Croft AC, Krage JS, Remsen WH: The postconcussion syndrome. Trial Bar News (SDTLA), 9(4):26, April 1987.
  8. Croft AC: The anterior subluxation. San Diego County Chiropractic Society Bulletin, 9(6): 5, June, 1987.
  9. Foreman SM, Croft AC: Are they hurt or not? New developments in the prognosis of the cervical spine injury. California Trial Lawyers Association Forum, Vol XVII, (5), 171, June, 1987.
  10. Croft AC: Properties of the intervertebral disc. San Diego County Chiropractic Society Bulletin, 9(7): 6-7, July, 1987.
  11. Croft AC: Who are the real experts? San Diego County Chiropractic Society Bulletin, 9(9): 13-14, September, 1987.
  12. Croft AC: Calculating G forces in rear-end motor vehicle accidents. Trial Bar News (SDTLA), 9(7), 12-13, August/September, 1987.
  13. Croft AC: Foreman SM: Treatment of the cervical acceleration/deceleration syndrome injury. Digest of Chiropractic Economics, 30(3): 34-37, November/December, 1987.
  14. Croft AC: Biomechanics of spinal ligaments. San Diego County Chiropractic Society Bulletin, 9(10): 7-16, October, 1987.
  15. Croft AC: Forces generated in rear-end motor vehicle accidents. San Diego County Chiropractic Society Bulletin, 9(11): 13, November, 1987.
  16. Croft AC: Experimental studies in acceleration/deceleration trauma. San Diego County Chiropractic Society Bulletin, 9(12): 5-7, December, 1987.
  17. Croft AC: Minor head injuries and the post concussion syndrome. San Diego County Chiropractic Society Bulletin, 10(1): 5-15, January, 1988.
  18. Croft AC: Carpal tunnel syndrome. San Diego County Chiropractic Society Bulletin, 10(2): 5-11, February, 1988.
  19. Croft AC: Physics in biomechanics. San Diego County Chiropractic Society Bulletin, 11(2): 5-13, February, 1988.
  20. Croft AC: Orthopaedics Quiz #2. San Diego County Chiropractic Society Bulletin, 10(3): 5, March, 1988.
  21. Croft AC: PI turmoil: Doctors sued by insurance company? San Diego County Chiropractic Society Bulletin, 10(4): 5-16, April, 1988.
  22. Croft AC: The cervicocranial syndrome and the cervicobrachial syndrome: diagnosis by the numbers? San Diego County Chiropractic Society Bulletin, 10(5): 5-8, May, 1988.
  23. Croft AC: Osteoarthritis and pain. San Diego County Chiropractic Society Bulletin, 10(7): 5-13, July, 1988.
  24. Croft AC: Referred pain. San Diego County Chiropractic Society Bulletin, 10(8):5-14, August, 1988.
  25. Croft AC: Trauma and pain. San Diego County Chiropractic Society Bulletin, 10(9): 5, September, 1988.
  26. Croft AC: Exercise metabolism. San Diego County Chiropractic Society Bulletin, 10(10): 5-16, October, 1988.
  27. Croft AC: Jumper's knee. San Diego County Chiropractic Society Bulletin, 10(11): 5-17, November, 1988.
  28. Croft AC: Orthoses for the thoracic and lumbar spine. San Diego County Chiropractic Society Bulletin, 10(12): 5-18, December, 1988.
  29. Croft AC: Causalgia. San Diego County Chiropractic Society Bulletin, 11(1): 5-18, January, 1989.
  30. Croft AC: Orthopaedics Quiz #3. San Diego County Chiropractic Society Bulletin, 11(3): 5-14, March, 1989.
  31. Croft AC: Aspirin and other nonsteroidal anti-inflammatory drugs (NSAIDs). San Diego County Chiropractic Society Bulletin, 11(4): 5-15, April, 1989.
  32. Croft AC: Diagnosis revisited. San Diego County Chiropractic Society Bulletin, 11(5): 5-14, May, 1989.
  33. Croft AC: Diagnostic frequency in chiropractic medicine. San Diego County Chiropractic Society Bulletin, 11(6): 5-12, June, 1989.
  34. Croft AC: Orthopaedic Quiz #4. San Diego County Chiropractic Society Bulletin, 11(7): 5-14, July, 1989.
  35. Croft AC: Surface electrode EMG (SEMG): clinical applications. San Diego County Chiropractic Society Bulletin, 11(8): 5-8, August, 1989.
  36. Croft AC: Traffic accident statistics: an update. San Diego County Chiropractic Society Bulletin, 11(10): 5, October, 1989.
  37. Croft AC: Myofascial Pain Syndromes. San Diego County Chiropractic Society Bulletin, 11(11): 5-14, November, 1989.
  38. Croft AC: Headache and the cervical spine. San Diego County Chiropractic Society Bulletin, 11(12): 5-10, December, 1989.
  39. Croft AC: A question of authority (editorial). San Diego County Chiropractic Society Bulletin, 4(1): 5-19, January, 1990.
  40. Croft AC: Carpal tunnel syndrome and the double crush phenomenon. San Diego County Chiropractic Society Bulletin, 4(3): 5-11, March, 1990.
  41. Croft AC: Human considerations in the biomechanics of cervical acceleration/deceleration injuries. San Diego County Chiropractic Society Bulletin, 4(4): 5-11, April, 1990.
  42. Croft AC: Chiropractic manipulation: Magic bullet or ricochet? San Diego County Chiropractic Society Bulletin, 4(6): 5-8, June, 1990.
  43. Croft AC: No retakes on these tests: an editorial. San Diego County Chiropractic Society Bulletin, 4(8): 5-8, August, 1990.
  44. Croft, AC: Carpal tunnel syndrome and the double crush phenomenon. Chiro Currents, (reprinted with permission), Marin County Chiropractic Society Newsletter, May, 1991.
  45. Croft AC: CAD and ADL: inseparable acronyms. California Chiropractic Association (Citrus Society), 6, July, 1992.
  46. Croft AC: Mechanisms of spinal pain. Digest of Chiropractic Economics, 35(2): 18-21, 1992, (reprinted with permission).
  47. Croft AC: Electrodiagnostic aids in peripheral neuropathy. Part II: electromyography (EMG). Santa Barbara Chiropractic Society Bulletin, 6(6): 2-3, 1993.
  48. Croft AC: Electrodiagnostic aids in peripheral neuropathy. Part III: surface electromyography (SEMG). Santa Barbara Chiropractic Society Bulletin, 6(7):3, 1993.
  49. Croft AC: Electrodiagnostic aids in peripheral neuropathy. Part IV: nerve conduction velocity (NCV). San Diego Chiropractor, September, 1993.
  50. Croft AC: Electrodiagnostic aids in peripheral neuropathy. Part V: somatosensory evoked potentials (SEP). San Diego County Chiropractic Society, 6(8): 2, October, 1993.
  51. Croft AC: CAD injuries: new studies, same results. Santa Barbara Chiropractic Society Bulletin 6(11):2, 1993.
  52. Haneline MT, Croft AC: New data on whiplash associated disorders in children. Trial Talk 50(4):18-20, 2001.
  53. Croft AC: (Editorial), in Ask the Doctor, Chiropractic Wellness & Fitness Magazine 3(6):4, 2003.
  54. Croft AC: In personal injury, the stakes are high. The Specialist 51-53, November, 2006.
  55. Croft AC: Child seats—booster seats. New Jersey Chiropractor 4(2):22, 2008.
  56. Croft AC: Brand yourself as a car-injury expert. Chiropractic Economics 54(10):49-51, 2008.
  57. Croft AC: Stroke Risk from CMT? is the Pressure Finally Off? California Chiropractic Association Journal 33(4): 10-11, 2008.
  58. Croft AC: Thinking outside the chiropractic table. Oregon Chiropractic Association Journal, Spring, 16-17, 2009.

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Presentations

  1. "Whiplash trauma." San Diego Chiropractic Society, San Diego, CA, May, 1987.
  2. "Biomechanics of the cervical spine." San Diego Chiropractic Society, February, 1988.
  3. "Biomechanics of Whiplash." "Whiplash - Premier Multidisciplinary Symposium.” University of British Columbia, Vancouver, BC, Canada, November 26-27, 1988.
  4. "The cervical acceleration/deceleration syndrome." Oregon Chiropractic Physicians Association, Medford, OR, March, 1988.
  5. "Cervical spine: strain, sprain and secondary affections." Annual meeting of the American College of Chiropractic Orthopaedists, Palm Springs, CA, April, 1988.
  6. "Cervical spine: trauma and treatment." Annual meeting of the Oregon Chiropractic Physicians Association, Medford, OR, August, 1988.
  7. "Electrodiagnostic procedures in clinical practice." Visiting Scholars Program, Los Angeles College of Chiropractic, Los Angeles, CA, November, 1988.
  8. "Laboratory assessment of neurological function following cervical spine trauma.” Visiting Scholars Program, New York Chiropractic College, Long Island, NY, January, 1989.
  9. "Whiplash Injuries: The Cervical Acceleration/Deceleration Syndrome.” Indiana State Chiropractic Convention, Indianapolis, IN, March 4-5, 1989.
  10. "Neurology of Soft Tissue Trauma.” Georgia Chiropractic Association Convention, Jekyll Island, GA, April 28-30, 1989.
  11. “Tracking the Signs of Injury.” 1st Annual Meeting of the American College of Orthopedic Medicine, Fort Worth, TX, June 7-11, 1989.
  12. "Neurology of Soft Tissue Trauma.” New York Chiropractic College, CME, Long Island, NY, July, 1989.
  13. "Whiplash Trauma." Tidewater Chiropractic Society Convention, Williamsburg, VA, October 21-22, 1989.
  14. "Taking the Pain Out of Whiplash Injuries.” Hawaii State Chiropractic Association, Maui, HI, October 26-29, 1989.
  15. "Rehabilitation of Cervical Spine Trauma.” Chiropractic Rehabilitation Association, CME, Harrisburg, PA, November, 1989.
  16. Postgraduate relicensing seminars (CME) for LACC--1987, 1988.
  17. "Whiplash Injuries.” Chiropractic Society of Oregon, Portland, OR, January, 1990.
  18. "Soft Tissue Injuries: Neurology.” Washington State Chiropractic Association, Seattle, WA, January, 1990.
  19. “Neurology of Soft Tissue Trauma.” Washington Chiropractic Association, Tukwila, WA, February 9-11, 1990.
  20. "The Neurology of Soft Tissue Injuries to the Neck." Indiana State Chiropractic Association, Indianapolis, IN, February 24-25, 1990.
  21. "Whiplash Injuries.” Pennsylvania State Chiropractic Association, Valley Forge, PA, March, 1990.
  22. "Evaluation of Whiplash Injuries"; Advances in Chiropractic Manipulation"; "Chiropractic Treatment of Chronic Soft Tissue Pain.” San Francisco Spine Institute, San Francisco, CA April 1-3, 1990.
  23. "Taking the Pain Out of Whiplash Injuries.” Vermont Chiropractic Association, Manchester, VT, April 28-29, 1990.
  24. "Acceleration Injuries of the Cervical Spine: Diagnosis and Treatment.” Canadian Memorial Chiropractic College, Toronto, Canada, May, 1990.
  25. "Whiplash Injuries: The Acceleration/Deceleration Syndrome." South Carolina Chiropractic Association, Myrtle Beach, SC, June, 1990.
  26. "The Cervical Spine in Trauma.” Arizona State Chiropractic Association, Tucson, AZ, July, 1990.
  27. "Evaluation And Treatment of Motor Vehicle Trauma: The Cervical Spine.” Texas Chiropractic College, Homecoming, 1990, Houston, TX, August, 1990.
  28. "Whiplash Injuries: The Cervical Acceleration/Deceleration Syndrome.” Montana Chiropractic Physiology Council, Helena, MT, September 15-16, 1990.
  29. "Whiplash Injuries.” Wisconsin Chiropractic Association 1990 Fall Convention, Stevens Point, WI, October 4-7, 1990.
  30. "Whiplash Injuries: The Acceleration/Deceleration Syndrome.” Leden Nederlandse Chiropractoren Associatie, Amsterdam, The Netherlands, October, 1990.
  31. "MRI of the Spine: a Chiropractic Perspective.” San Francisco Magnetic Resonance Center, University of California, San Francisco, CA, November, 1990.
  32. "Clinical Advances in Spinal Therapy and Patient Management.” Third Annual International Multi-Disciplinary Symposium, Health Challenges Today, Inc., Vancouver, BC, Canada, November 16-18, 1990.
  33. "Whiplash.” Ohio State Chiropractic Association/North Central Academy of Chiropractic, Canton, OH, December 8-9, 1990.
  34. "Acceleration/Deceleration Injuries From Road Traffic Accidents.” Manitoba Chiropractic Association, Manitoba, Canada, April, 1991.
  35. "Whiplash Update: 1991.” West Virginia Chiropractic Association, Morgantown, WV, June 13-16, 1991.
  36. "Inter-rater Reliability Study of Videofluoroscopy Interpretations.” 1991 Joint Motion Society Videofluoroscopy Conference, Atlanta, GA, August 10, 1991.
  37. "Medicolegal Considerations in Cervical Spine Trauma.” Pennsylvania Chiropractic Society, Philadelphia, PA, October, 1991.
  38. "Whiplash Update.” Mississippi Chiropractic Association, Jackson, MS, November, 1991.
  39. "Fibromyalgia Update.” Hawaii State Chiropractic Association, Kauai, HI, December, 1991.
  40. "Whiplash: the Masters' Program", 60 hour relicensing program; San Francisco, CA, Houston, TX, Philadelphia, PA, Orlando, FL, 1992.
  41. "Pain syndromes; Fibromyalgia Update.” Motion Palpation Conference, Kauai, HI, March 1-7, 1992.
  42. "New Concepts in CADS.” Florida Chiropractic Association, Winter Convention, Miami, FL, 1992.
  43. "Diagnostics, treatment and case management.” Norwegian Chiropractic Association, Winter Meeting, Oslo, Norway, January, 1993.
  44. "The First True Renaissance.” San Diego Chiropractic Society, San Diego, CA, March, 1993.
  45. "Whiplash.” Colorado State Chiropractic Association, Colorado Springs, CO, September, 1993.
  46. "Special Concepts of the Whiplash Phenomenon.” New Hampshire Chiropractic Association, Concord, NH, November, 1993.
  47. "Low Impact Collision Research-an Update.” Jewish Hospital, Cincinnati, OH, April, 1994.
  48. "CAD Injuries.” Western States Chiropractic College Homecoming, Portland, OR, June, 1994.
  49. Whiplash Lectures. Iowa Chiropractic Society, Des Moines, IA, April, 1995.
  50. Whiplash Lectures. Ohio State Chiropractic Association, April, 1994.
  51. Whiplash CCA/CCF Conference, Palm Springs, CA, June 1994.
  52. Whiplash Lectures. Danish Chiropractic Association and Insurance Commission, Copenhagen, September, 1994.
  53. Whiplash Lectures. Indiana Chiropractic Association, Indianapolis, IA, September, 1994.
  54. Whiplash Lectures. Virginia Chiropractic Association, Virginia Beach, VA, September, 1994.
  55. Whiplash Lectures. Maine Chiropractic Association, Portsmouth, ME, October, 1994.
  56. Whiplash Lectures. Alabama Chiropractic Association, Mobile, AL, October, 1994.
  57. Whiplash Lectures. Idaho Chiropractic Association, Boise, ID, May, 1995.
  58. “Whiplash: Principles and Introduction to Management.” Chiropractic Grand Centennial Celebration, Washington D.C., July, 1995.
  59. “Mock Trial.” Chiropractic Grand Centennial Celebration, Davenport, IA, September 16, 1995.
  60. “Epidemiology of Whiplash in the USA.” Also, Consensus Panel on Whiplash Management. Physical Medicine Research Foundation, 8th International Symposium, Banff, Canada, October 13-15, 1995.
  61. International Symposium: “Whiplash '96, Current Concepts in the Prevention, Diagnosis, and Treatment of the Cervical Whiplash Syndrome,” Brussels, Belgium, November 15-16, 1996.
  62. “Cervical Acceleration/Deceleration Trauma.” '96 American College of Chiropractic Orthopaedists Convention, Scottsdale, AZ, May 23-26, 1996.
  63. “Whiplash to the Cervical Spine.” Texas Chiropractic Association, Lubbock, TX, March 14-16, 1997.
  64. Whiplash Lectures. South Dakota Chiropractors Association, Rapid City, SD, April 17-18, 1997.
  65. “The Whiplash: What Happens to the Neck and Back?” International Whiplash Conference, Bristol, England, September 2-4, 1997.
  66. “HWS-Distorsion (Schleudertrauma) & Leichte Traumatische Hirnverletzung. Whiplash Injury--Pathophysiology; Low Velocity Impact,” Basel, Switzerland, June 24-26, 1998.
  67. “Outcome Measures in Whiplash Injuries; Legal Issues in Personal Injury.” Carle Foundation Hospital, Urbana, IL, September 10, 1998.
  68. “Cervical Trauma and the MVC: an Update.” Alaska Chiropractic Association Convention, Anchorage, AK, September 26, 1998.
  69. “Forces on the Brain.” Road Accidents and the Mind Conference: an in-depth study of psychological symptoms after road accidents, Bristol, England, Sep 1-3, 1998.
  70. “Low Speed Crashes and the Cervical Spine.” Buffalo MRI, Buffalo, NY, April 17-18, 1999.
  71. “HWS-Distorsion (Schleudertrauma) & Leichte Traumatische Hirnverletzung. Behandlungskonzepte. Overview of the chiropractic clinical approach to cervical acceleration/deceleration injuries,” Basel, Switzerland, June 24-26, 1999.
  72. “Whiplash Mechanics.” Oklahoma State Chiropractic Association Convention, Tulsa, OK, October 16-17, 1999.
  73. “Whiplash: Advanced Topics.” Northeast Ohio Academy of Chiropractic, Cleveland, OH, November 6-7, 1999.
  74. “Crash Testing at Low Speed, Low Impact, with Human Volunteers (General Session)”; “Accident Reconstruction—Biomechanics of Low Speed Motor Vehicle Collisions (workshop with Michael D. Freeman),” American Back Society/Saint Mary’s Regional Medical Center, Advances in Spinal Diagnosis and Treatment for the 21st Century, Las Vegas, NV, December 8-11, 1999.
  75. “What we know from volunteer tests,” and “What evidence supports a link between whiplash and fibromyalgia, chronic pain, and multiple sclerosis.” The Whiplash 2000 Conference, Bath, U.K., May 16-18, 2000.
  76. “Treating Whiplash Injuries.” California Chiropractic Association Summer Convention, San Diego, CA, June 23-25, 2000.
  77. “Advances in Low Speed Impacts and Injury Mechanisms.” Chiropractic Biophysics 2000 Annual Convention, New Orleans, LA, September 22-24, 2000.
  78. The Neck Injury Criterion (NIC): Future Considerations (poster), Association for the Advancement of Automotive Medicine, Chicago, IL, October 1-4, 2000.
  79. “Defining Whiplash,” Oklahoma Chiropractic Association, Tulsa, OH, October 21-22, 2000.
  80. (General session) “Low-speed crash testing—what have we learned about whiplash?” and “Accident reconstruction—biomechanics of vehicular injuries” (breakout session). American Back Society/Saint Mary’s Regional Medical Center, Vancouver, BC, Canada, December 6-10, 2000.
  81. Freeman MD, Centeno C, Croft AC (presentation by Croft): “Significant spinal injury resulting from low-level accelerations: a comparison with whiplash,” International Congress on Whiplash-Associated Disorders, Berne, Switzerland, March 9-10, 2001.
  82. Croft AC, Freeman MD (presentation by Croft): “Differential occupant kinematics and head linear acceleration between frontal and rear automobile impacts at low speed: evidence for a differential injury risk,” International Congress on Whiplash-Associated Disorders, Berne, Switzerland, March 9-10, 2001.
  83. Centeno C, Freeman MD, Croft AC (presentation by Centeno): “A comparison of the functional profile of an international cohort of whiplash-injured patients and non-patients: an internet study.” International Congress on Whiplash-Associated Disorders, Berne, Switzerland, March 9-10, 2001.
  84. Palmer Institute, Palmer College of Chiropractic, Davenport, IA, April 21-22, 2001.
  85. “Automobile crash reconstruction in low speed rear impact crashes utilizing a momentum, energy, and restitution (MER) method” (poster). International Congress on Whiplash-Associated Disorders, Berne, Switzerland, March 9-10, 2001.
  86. (General session) “Chronic post whiplash pain: organic vs. psychosocial models—an international collaborative clinical review,” and “Accident reconstruction—biomechanics of low impact vehicular injuries” (breakout sessions). American Back Society/Saint Mary’s Regional Medical Center, Orlando, FL, December 6-9, 2001.
  87. “Whiplash Injury: Mechanisms of Injury, Pathophysiology, and Treatment,” Croft AC, Lord S, and Freeman MD, 10th World Congress on Pain, International Association for the Study of Pain, San Diego, August 17-22, 2002.
  88. “Whiplash: Advanced Topics,” Chiroform, Copenhagen, Denmark, September 7-8, 2002.
  89. “How to Minimize Whiplash Pain,” Keynote speaker, North Carolina Chiropractic Association, Raleigh North Carolina,. September 13-15, 2002.
  90. “Differential Occupant Kinematics and Forces Between Frontal and Rear Automobile Impacts at Low Speed: Evidence for a Differential Injury Risk,” International Research Council on the Biomechanics of Impact (IRCOBI), International Conference, 2002, September 18-20, Munich, Germany.
  91. “Low Speed Frontal Crashes And Low Speed Rear Crashes: Is There A Differential Risk For Injury?” (Presented by Dr. Michael Haneline), 46th Association for the Advancement of Automotive Medicine (AAAM) Annual Scientific Conference, Tempe, Arizona, September 29-October 2, 2002.
  92. Keynote Speaker, Nebraska Chiropractic Physician’s Association Annual Convention, Lincoln, Nebraska, March 22-23, 2003.
  93. Commencement Address, Southern California University of Health Sciences, Graduating Class of Spring, 2003, La Mirada, CA, April 18, 2003.
  94. “State of the Art Chiropractic Management of Acute Spine Injuries” (Plenary Session Address) and “The Biomechanics of Whiplash Injuries” (Workshop Session), World Federation of Chiropractic’s 7th Biennial Congress, Orlando, Florida, May 1-3, 2003.
  95. “Whiplash Biomechanics: What We Know as of Summer 2003,” and “The Pathophysiology of Whiplash Injuries and their Diagnostic Counterparts: is it Muscle or Spine?” International Spinal Trauma Conference, Chicago, IL, June 20-22, 2003.
  96. The Role of Scientific Research and its Impact on Chiropractic.” Parker Seminars, Anaheim, CA, June 12-15, 2003.
  97. “Fatal Head Injury Cases in a Rural Oregon County,” Freeman MD, Croft AC, Centeno C, 19th World Congress of the International Traffic Medicine Association, Budapest, Hungary, September 14-17, 2003.
  98. “What have we learned from human subject low speed crash testing?” 2003 International Whiplash Trauma Congress, Denver, CO, October 9-10, 2003.
  99. “Science, Research and Literature: Their Impact on the Modern Clinical Practice .” California Chiropractic Association Summer Convention, San Diego, California, June 19, 2004.
  100. “Risk assessment: biomechanics of low-velocity vehicular injuries,” at Advanced Diagnosis & Treatment for Neck & Back Pain. University of Pittsburg School of Medicine Center for Continuing Education in the Health Sciences and the American Back Society, Las Vegas, NV, December 8-11, 2004.
  101. “Prevalence of Herniated Intervertebral Discs of the Cervical Spine in Asymptomatic Subjects Using MRI Scans: A Qualitative Systematic Review.” [Presented by Anthony D’Antoni.] 2005 International Whiplash Trauma Congress, February 25-25, 2005, Breckenridge, CO.
  102. “Prognosis and Chiropractic Management of Whiplash Injuries” (Plenary Session Address) and “The Biomechanics of Whiplash Injuries” (Workshop Session), World Federation of Chiropractic’s 8th Biennial Congress, Sydney, Australia, June 16-18, 2005.
    “Prevalence of Herniated Intervertebral Discs of the Cervical Spine in Asymptomatic Subjects Using MRI Scans: A Qualitative Systematic Review.” [Presented by Anthony D’Antoni.]
  103. Sixteenth Annual Research Colloquium, Seton Hall University, South Orange, New Jersey, May 13, 2005.
  104. “How does injury occur: the biomechanical aspect.” Also “Biomechanics,” “Accident Reconstruction: how useful is it?” “What car would you drive?” “What, if anything, can be measured?” and participated in mock trial. Injury in Low Velocity Collisions Conference 2005. Lyons Davidson. Bristol, England, October 11-12, 2005.
  105. “The RID2 biofidelic rear impact dummy: a validation study using human subject in low speed rear impact full scale crash tests. Neck injury criteria (NIC).” 2006 SAE World Congress, Technical Paper Series 2006-01-0067, April 3-6, Detroit, MI, 2006.
  106. “Human subjects exposed to very low velocity frontal collisions.” 5th World Congress of Biomechanics (incorporating the 15th European Society of Biomechanics, the 31st Congress of the Societé de Bioméchanique, and the ESEM 4th International Symposium on Microdamage), Munich, Germany, July 29th to August 4th, 2006.
  107. “Biomechanical and kinematic differences between rear impact and frontal impact automobile crashes at low velocities.” 5th World Congress of Biomechanics (incorporating the 15th European Society of Biomechanics, the 31st Congress of the Societé de Bioméchanique, and the ESEM 4th International Symposium on Microdamage), Munich, Germany, July 29th to August 4th, 2006.
  108. “Auto crash reconstruction. Advanced diagnostics and treatment.” Minnesota Chiropractic Association Fall Convention, Bloomington, MN, October 10-11, 2008.
  109. “Auto crash reconstruction. Advanced diagnostics and treatment.” Nevada Chiropractic Association Fall Convention, Las Vegas, NV, October 25-26, 2008.
  110. “Whiplash and Brain Injury Traumatology.” 14th Annual Black Hills Chiropractic Society, Rapid City, SD, October 2-4. 2009.
  111. “Whither the Controversy,” and “The ‘average person’: allowing for occupant characteristics and injury vulnerability.” International Whiplash Conference 2012. April 24-26, Bristol, United Kingdom.

 


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