It is with a blend of pride, humility, and expectation that I am honoured to shepherd the resumption of publication of the Chiropractic Journal of Australia after a prolonged hiatus. After submitting hundreds of invitations to prospective authors to submit manuscripts, I am pleased to have assembled a set of papers to run that provides an attractively balanced combination of experimental approaches, commentaries, and historical reviews to broaden one’s perspective of chiropractic.
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