Harry Vedder, DC

Harry Vedder wrote Chiropractic Physiology (1922), Chiropractic Gynecology (1923), and Chiropractic Advertising (1924). Both books are filled with references to and examples of Innate Intelligence in action. This is very important because there were no other physiology books of that time period describing the inside view of the organism, especially with a perspective that the living system is intelligent and self-organized. Vedder should be considered one of the leading theoretical biologists of the early 20th century. Even more philosophically interesting in some ways, was Vedder’s inclusion of references to Universal Intelligence in his physiology text.

Harry Vedder was one of the founders of Lincoln Chiropractic College in 1926, along with S.L. Burich and James Firth. Their break from B.J. Palmer and the Palmer school had a significant impact on the profession and the development of the philosophy.

Harry Vedder, DC

Vedder wrote a series of pamphlets in the early 1920s. Some of the titles were “disease tracts.”

  • Chiropractic for Colds (Thanks to Steve Troyanovich)
  • Chiropractic for Adenoids
  • Chiropractic for Neuritis
  • Kidney Trouble
  • Chiropractic for Stomach Trouble
  • Locomotor Ataxia

  • Chiropractic for Colds (Thanks to Steve Troyanovich for the pdf file.)
  • Chiropractic for Adenoids
  • Chiropractic for Neuritis
  • Kidney Trouble
  • Chiropractic for Stomach Trouble
  • Locomotor Ataxia