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  • Jones
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    Hi there Dr. Corenman,

    I was wondering if you would be willing to list the top 5 books you would recommended to a new clinician for treatment and diagnosis? I’m a chiropractor in the 2nd year of practice and always wanting to learn. I have your Clinicians guide to the lower back as well.

    Thank you for your time and help!!

    Donald Corenman, MD, DC
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    There are various books that consider both non-surgical and surgical treatments. One of the questions is if you should look at surgical books but I think that knowledge of surgical conditions would put you far ahead of your colleagues.

    I think that White and Punjabi’s Clinical Biomechanics and Related Research book is a great start. Bridwell and DeWald’s Textbook of Spinal Surgery is a classic and would give you a great understanding of conditions that need treatment both surgical and non. You could consider “Rehabilitation of the Spine: A Patient-Centered Approach”. Not a bad book but somewhat incomplete.

    Dr. Corenman

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