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Essential Principles of Chiropractic

By Virgil V. Strang, D.C.

Dr. Virgil Strang was a wonderful man who devoted 50 years of his life to chiropractic.   As an employee of Palmer College of Chiropractic during the last four years of his life, I am proud to say I was able to hear him speak on the value of chiropractic in people's lives.   He had a way with words and a passion for chiropractic that was contagious.   This is a fantastic book on an area of health care whose time has come. Everyone should read this book.

Chiropractic : A Philosophy for Alternative Health Care

Ian D. Coulter

"...an introductory text on the philosophy of chiropractic for both students and practitioners...a balanced, user- friendly core text."

Chiropractic: History and Evolution of a New Profession

By Walter I. Wardwell

Walter I. Wardwell, PhD. (Prof. Emeritus, Dept of Sociology, Univ. of Connecticut, Storrs) chronicles the history of chiropractic, its principles & philosophy, & its scientific, educational, & ethical basis.

B.J. of Davenport: the Early Years of Chiropractic

Joseph C. Keating

Dr. Keating, a clinical psychologist, is Professor at the Los Angeles College of Chiropractic, where he teaches courses in the history of chiropractic and the philosophy of science. He is Past President of the Association for the History of Chiropractic and Vice-President of the National Institute of Chiropractic Research. This book is reflects his ten years of historical investigations.

A Patient's Point of View : Observations of a Chiropractic Advocate

William D. Esteb

I read this book when I was in chiropractic school and thought is was good.   I read it again once I started my own practice and found it to be even better, because I was able to finally relate to his messages.   This book should be a must read for all chiropractic students that are about to embark on a wonderful career or any seasoned professional that would like some "wellness" care for their mindset and practice.


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