Chiropractic Philosophy in Action
The chiropractic profession is at a crossroads once again. This is not the first time. Over sixty years ago, the leaders of the profession stood strong and issued an ultimatum to all professional associations and groups. You …Read More
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 …Read More
The Philosophy of Chiropractic is ready for Spring.
Learn how chiropractic’s politics might be unified through philosophy. This excerpt from Dr. Senzon’s online course on Chiropractic Principles opens up the door way to start viewing chiropractic in a new way.
Several people have asked me why I republished B.J. Palmer’s epigrams. After all, most of the epigrams may be found free online. Of course if you read the preface or the introduction to the book you would know why I created the book!
The epigrams are awesome! That is the simplest answer as to why. The …Read More
B.J. Palmer was an expert at getting things done! Unfortunately, not much has been written about his method. This was probably because he didn’t just get things done, he developed his own habit of listening to what he called, Innate thought flashes (what I refer to as ITFs). For some in the profession, this philosophical …Read More
In a recent interview I did with Drs. Kent and Gentempo, we explored the work of RJ Watkins, a true pioneer of chiropractic. The interview is reproduced here with images and a few more details about Watkins’ life.
The thing that …Read More
We just celebrated D.D. Palmer’s 168th birthday. One hundred and sixty-eight years have passed since that fateful day on March 7, 1845. There is so much chiropractic history in such a short time one hardly knows where to begin. Without knowing our history, it is impossible to practice our philosophy. It is also impossible to …Read More
When most people think about chiropractic lineages, chiropractic families come to mind. Chiropractic history is characterized by families like the Palmers, the five generations of Clevelands and Austins,[2, 3] the Montaño-Luna family, as well as other famous families like the Parkers, the Gelardis, the Clums, and the Logans. The list goes on and on.
The Palmer …Read More
I recently had a long private conversation with Rupert Sheldrake about his latest research and his new book, Science Set Free.(1) We plan to talk again in a couple of months and record the conversation. This will be part of a new series of dialogues I am engaging in with leaders from various fields. The …Read More
Have you ever wondered what really divides the chiropractic profession? For decades the story was that it was the straights vs. the mixers. The straights adhered to the adjustment of the vertebral subluxation only and the mixers added other modalities to chiropractic. The wars between these two factions marked a unique epic in 20th century …Read More