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TIC DIALOGUE WITH SIMON SENZON AND JOE FOLEY

This is the first dialogue in the new series produced by THE INSTITUTE CHIROPRACTIC (TIC). Each TIC DIALOGUE preview is available for one and all. By joining the new Institute or TIC, you get access the full dialogue and a great deal more. Membership includes dozens of video lectures, audio content, rare archives, and a social network. You also get access to members discounts on online continuing education credits.

EPISODE ONE

Simon Senzon talks with Joe Foley about several of Joe’s recent papers on D.D. Palmer’s life and writings. Dr. Foley is one of the leading authorities on D.D. Palmer’s books. His research is helping to reshape the discipline of history in chiropractic.

 

 

The second part of this dialogue will be posted soon!

THE WRITINGS OF JOE FOLEY, DC, FICA, FICPA

  • Foley J,M. D.D. Palmer’s Second Book The Chiropractor 1914-Revealed. Chiro Hist. 2016;36(2):72-86.
  • Foley, J.M (w/ Valdivia, J.) T4 vs C2: Examining the conflicting statements of D.D. Palmer and B.J. Palmer regarding the Harvey Lillard adjustment. Chiro Hist. 2016;35(2):68-79.
  • Foley, J.M. Book Review: An early history of chiropractic; The Palmers and Australia by Rolf Peters. Chiro Hist.  2016;35(2):93.
  • Foley J.M. (w/ Faulkner, T.) The Science, Art and Philosophy of Chiropractic by D.D. Palmer: Identification and Rarity of Editions in Print with a Survey of Original Copies. Chiro Hist. 2015;35(1):36-45.
  • Foley J,M. D.D. Palmer and Phrenology. Chiro Hist. 2011;31(1):49-58.
  • Foley J,M. D.D. Palmer and Phrenology, letter to the editor. Chiro Hist. 2011;31(2):7-9.
  • Foley J,M. The Founder of Chiropractic Consistently Kept Things Secret. Chiro Hist. 2005;25(2):47-48.
  • Foley J,M. A Brief glimpse into the Early Life of Dr. Dave Palmer. Chiro Hist. 2003;23(1):33-38.

(Reprinted by permission of the Association for the History of Chiropractic.)

 

Mile High Podcast

In this dialogue, Knowles and Senzon pay tribute to Andy Roberts, one of chiropractic’s guiding lights. The sudden loss of Dr. Roberts was tragic. He will be missed by many. In this dialogue we focus on some of the ways Roberts inspired Senzon. This included the NCC, Vertemere Cycle, and the causes of subluxation.

A fund has been set up to support the Roberts family. Please contribute here: Roberts Fund.