A PHILOSOPHICAL CASE HISTORY-AN ANSWER

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Two issues ago (Vol I No. 4) we presented the case histo­ry of an individual with a heart transplant and addressed  the question: If the innate intelligence of the body were trying  to reject the …


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DO CHIROPRACTORS REFER?

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Whether referrals are part of the practice of straight chiropractic is another controversial issue. The generally understood position of the “straight movement” is that we do not refer. This, of course, raises the ire of …


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A NEW IMAGE

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It seems that much of the frustration and disenchantment within the straight chiropractic movement lies in the image it has portrayed. Largely, it has been negative. To a great extent it can be understood. It …


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A Thought

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Graduates of straight chiropractic colleges who choose to utilize modalities when they go into practice often claim that it is not because they have rejected the straight chiropractic philosophy.  Many of them maintain that they …


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Odd, Isn't It?

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A few years ago many state boards declared that they were not against the straights but that they just wanted assurance that chiropractic education was adequate at all schools.  CCE, they say, gave them that …


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Odd, Isn’t It?

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A few years ago many state boards declared that they were not against the straights but that they just wanted assurance that chiropractic education was adequate at all schools.  CCE, they say, gave them that …


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WHERE WE'VE BEEN, WHERE WE ARE, WHERE WE'RE GOING

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It is absolutely essential that we understand present day chiropractic in light of its history as well as its philosophy. You cannot possibly understand the history of our profession unless it is evaluated in light …


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WHERE WE’VE BEEN, WHERE WE ARE, WHERE WE’RE GOING

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It is absolutely essential that we understand present day chiropractic in light of its history as well as its philosophy. You cannot possibly understand the history of our profession unless it is evaluated in light …


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CLEARVIEW SANITARIUM

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A student asked me recently why the Clearview Sanitarium closed, especially since it was getting such fantastic results in the correction of mental disorders. I imagine there were many contributing factors, but the basic cause …


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WORDS, WORDS, WORDS

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The question of terminology, semantics, and definitions constantly creates discussion, dissension, and division within our profession. (How’s that for alliteration?) An article recently appeared in a chiropractic publication in response to a “guest editorial” by …


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