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Interpreting B.J.’s Writings

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 Interpreting B.J.’s Writings      There is perhaps no writer in chiropractic who is more misquoted, and misinterpreted than B.J. Palmer.  His writings are constantly distorted in an effort to denigrate him and the approach to …


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Interpreting B.J.'s Writings

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 Interpreting B.J.’s Writings      There is perhaps no writer in chiropractic who is more misquoted, and misinterpreted than B.J. Palmer.  His writings are constantly distorted in an effort to denigrate him and the approach to …


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Regaining Perspective

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      Despite the setbacks that the objective straight chiropractic movement has seen in the past few years (loss of SCASA and straight schools) it is encouraging to see the numbers of young and not so …


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Is Straight Chiropractic a Health Profession?

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From time to time people inside and outside the straight chiropractic community question whether the model that we present in straight chiropractic is really part of the health field.  We do not want to diagnose …


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I n t e r p r e t i n g B . J . ' s W r i t i n g s

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There is perhaps no writer in chiropractic who is more misquoted, and misinterpreted than B.J. Palmer.  His writings are constantly distorted in an effort to denigrate him and the approach to chiropractic that he presented …


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I n t e r p r e t i n g B . J . ‘ s W r i t i n g s

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There is perhaps no writer in chiropractic who is more misquoted, and misinterpreted than B.J. Palmer.  His writings are constantly distorted in an effort to denigrate him and the approach to chiropractic that he presented …


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Chiropractic With(out) Compromise?

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     One of the greatest issues that has faced our profession, almost since its beginning, is one of compromise. Early pioneers were often asked to plead guilty to practicing medicine in exchange for suspended jail …


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Chiropractic With(out) Compromise?

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     One of the greatest issues that has faced our profession, almost since its beginning, is one of compromise. Early pioneers were often asked to plead guilty to practicing medicine in exchange for suspended jail …


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A Re-examination of the Normal Complete Cycle

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Cycles are an important part of our chiropractic philosophy. They combine the material and immaterial aspects of chiropractic and without its immaterial component chiropractic is merely physical medicine.1 Historically they go back to the very …


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We Need To Improve Our Approach

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Having been involved with chiropractic for over 30 years and closely associated with chiropractic education and communication for many years, I have seen some changes taking place.  In the early 60’s there was virtually no …


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