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Journal of Nutrition & Food Sciences
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Christopher Owens

  Christopher Owens Doctor of Physical Therapy Program Hampton University School of Science Hampton, USA

 Christopher Hom is Doctor of Physical Therapy Program in Hampton University School of Science, Hampton, USA. He is the Editorial Board Member of many journals and serves as a member of various associations, apart from being an author for many books.  His international experience includes various programs, contributions and participation in different countries for diverse fields of study.

Research Interest

 Spine, Spinal Canal, Spinal arteriovenous malformations


A Survey of Dietary Supplement Knowledge, Attitudes, and Use in a Rural Population

Christopher Owens, Tiffanie Toone and Michelle Steed-Ivie

Research Article: J Nutr Food Sci 2014, 4: 304

Inter-tester and Intra-tester Reliability of a Clinically Based Spinal Height Measurement Protocol

Patricia L. Pennell, S. Christopher Owens, Jean-Michel Brismée, Gregory Dedrick, C. Roger James  and Phillip S. Sizer

Research Article: J Spine 2012, 1:109

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