Principles and Practice of Naturopathy (1925)


E.W. Cordingley, A.M., Ph.D.
September 15, 2004

Graduate of Oskaloosa College, National University of Therapeutics, Palmer-Gregory College, Physicians & Surgeons College of Chicago, Eclectic College, American College of Naturopathy, etc. Formerly President of the Rational Therapeutics Society, Divisional Director of the National School of Naturopathy, Clinical Director in Palmer-Gregory College, Head of the Department of Physiological Therapeutics of the National Institute, Commercial Law instructor in the “American Khaki University,” at Issoudon, France, during the World War, etc.

Preface
Chapter 1
The Basis of Naturopathy
Chapter 2
Divisions of Naturopathy
Chapter 3
The Collins General Naturoapthic Tonic Treatment
Chapter 4
Natural Correction of Specific Lesions
Chapter 5
Spinal Concussion or Spondylotherapy
Chapter 6
Electro-Therapy
Chapter 7
Quasi-Electrical Methods of Treatment
Chapter 8
The Office Practice of Naturopathy
Chapter 9
Dietetics
Chapter 10
Hydrotherapy
Chapter 11
Psychological Naturopathy

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