Chiropractic’s Fourth Generation

After listening to this lecture, Dr. Gregg Rubinstein, philosophy chair of the NYCC wrote,

“Green Books, Blue books I have read a lot of them… but no one gives you the historical perspective of our profession’s rich philosophical development like Simon does! It was like walking through history with his awesome collection of photos and stories I never heard before!”

If you enjoyed this short segment, please check out the previous blog post called Chiropractic Lineage. You may also enjoy the Library! Please check back often as new courses and articles will be posted in the near future.

This lecture was the beginning of a talk given by Dr. Senzon on September 28, 2013 at the New Yorker Hotel for the New York Chiropractic Council’s Saturday Night Live in conjunction with the League of Chiropractic Women’s Art of Brilliance Seminar. The rest of Dr. Senzon’s talk will be available soon.

 

4 thoughts on “Chiropractic’s Fourth Generation

  1. Simon, I think that your books are well thought out and a asset to our profession. I had the pleasure of sitting ing Prices class in 1974 and Strang in 1976. I appreciate all that you do to record and take note of some of the most influential people in Chiropractic.