A critical study of chiropractic (its history and methods) in its relationship with past amd present-day medical science, along with analyses, conclusions, and speculation regarding its status and its future.
© 1963, Samuel Homola, D.C.
The Origin and Course of Bonesetting
Bonesetting, Chiropractic, and Joint Manipulation
The Spinal Joints and Manipulation
The Scope and Requirements of Chiropractic
Legal Headaches and Legal Diversity
Medicine vs. Chiropractic
How Chiropractic Got Its Start
Osteopathy — Bonesetting Turned Scientific
Chiropractors and Poliomyelitis
The Present-Day Doctor of Chiropractic
Chiropractic “Technique Wars”
The Divided Doctors
“Other Ways of Treating People”
Conclusion Appendix A. Degrees Issued in Chiropractic Colleges Appendix B. Approved Schools Appendix C: Number of Chiropractors in Practice Postscript (1963): Chiropractors to Be Licensed in New York State Postscript (2000): Chiropractic Today