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John A Main, Mark E Wells, Tony S Keller: Vertebral prosthesis. Vanderbilt University, Tilton Fallon Lungmus, June 12, 1990: US04932975 (598 worldwide citation)

A dynamic prosthetic vertebral body for use in a cavity left by resection of a natural vertebral body and adjacent intervertebral discs. The prosthesis includes a pair of rigid housings joined by a connecting structure that is operable to shift the housings apart into supportive engagement with the ...


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Tony S Keller, James B Lehneman, Arlan W Fuhr: Method for determining the dynamic biomechanical characteristics of a musculoskeletal structure and for treatment of musculoskeletal disorders. Activator Methods, Leydig Voit & Mayer, April 27, 1999: US05897510 (12 worldwide citation)

A non-invasive method for determining the dynamic biomechanical characteristics (frequency response functions and natural frequency) of a musculoskeletal structure is provided. The method generally comprises exciting the musculoskeletal structure over a broad range of frequencies with a low amplitud ...


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Christopher J Colloca, Tony S Keller: Electromechanical adjusting instrument. Venable Campillo Logan & Meaney PC, December 5, 2006: US07144417 (9 worldwide citation)

A chiropractic adjusting instrument comprising a housing; a thrust nose piece and an impact head to contact a body; a preload switch plunger; a dampening spring; a solenoid having a core; a preload spring; a recoil spring; an electronic pulse system operatively connected to a power source to provide ...


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Tony S Keller, James B Lehneman, Arlan W Fuhr: Apparatus for determining the dynamic biomechanical characteristics of a musculoskeletal structure and for treatment of musculoskeletal disorders. Activator Methods, Leydig Voit & Mayer, August 12, 1997: US05656017 (8 worldwide citation)

A non-invasive method and apparatus for determining the dynamic biomechanical characteristics (frequency response functions and natural frequency) of a musculoskeletal structure is provided. The method generally comprises exciting the musculoskeletal structure over a broad range of frequencies with ...


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Tony S Keller, Arlan W Fuhr: Chiropractic adjusting instrument. Activator Methods, Leydig Voit & Mayer, May 6, 1997: US05626615 (7 worldwide citation)

An improved chiropractic adjusting instrument is provided for use in spinal manipulative therapy and for exciting a human spine at its natural frequency. The chiropractic adjusting instrument includes a thrust element for delivering an input force, a body contact member removably attached to the thr ...


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Tony S Keller, Arlan W Fuhr: Chiropractic adjusting instrument and method. Activator Methods, Leydig Voit & Mayer, August 5, 1997: US05653733 (5 worldwide citation)

An improved chiropractic adjusting instrument and method is provided for use in spinal manipulative therapy and for exciting a human spine at its natural frequency. The chiropractic adjusting instrument includes a thrust element for delivering an input force, a body contact member removably attached ...


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Christopher J Colloca, Tony S Keller, Arlan W Fuhr: Neuromuscular reflex assessment method. Activator Methods International, Leydig Voit & Mayer, November 12, 2002: US06480735 (5 worldwide citation)

Studies investigating posteroanterior (PA) forces in spinal stiffness assessment have shown relationships to spinal level, body type, and lumbar extensor muscle activity. Little objective evidence is available discerning variation in PA stiffness and its clinical significance. The aim of this prospe ...


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Christopher J Colloca, Tony S Keller: Electromechanical adjusting instrument. Venable Campillo Logan & Meaney PC, February 4, 2014: US08641648 (1 worldwide citation)

A chiropractic adjusting instrument comprising a housing; thrust nose piece an impact head to contact a body, a preload switch plunger; a dampening spring; a solenoid having a core; a preload spring; a recoil spring; an electronic pulse system operatively connected to a power source to provide alter ...


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Christopher Colloca, Tony S Keller, Jeffrey Keller legal representative: Electromechanical adjusting instrument. Neuromechanical Innovations, Venable Campillo Logan & Meaney P C, December 27, 2011: US08083699 (1 worldwide citation)

A chiropractic adjusting instrument comprising a housing; a thrust nose piece and an impact head to contact a body; a preload switch plunger; a dampening spring; a solenoid having a core; a preload spring; a recoil spring; an electronic pulse system operatively connected to a power source to provide ...


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