Zarbuck

Merwyn Zarbuck (1931-2009) was one of the great chiropractic historians. Zarbuck graduated from Palmer School of Chiropractic in 1951. He practiced chiropractic for 50 years in Urbana, Illinois. Below are a selection of his writings as well as one of his classic historical finds.

Zarbuck, M. A profession for ‘Bohemian Chiropractic’: Oakley Smith and the Evolution of Naprapathy.
Chiropractic History, 1986. 6: p. 77-82.*

Zarbuck, MV. Chiropractic Parallax: Part 1.
Illinois Prairie State Chiropractors Association Journal of Chiropractic, 1988. January.

Zarbuck, MV. Chiropractic Parallax: Part 2.
Illinois Prairie State Chiropractors Association Journal of Chiropractic, 1988.

Zarbuck, MV. Chiropractic Parallax: Part 3.
Illinois Prairie State Chiropractors Association Journal of Chiropractic, 1988. July.

Zarbuck, MV. Chiropractic Parallax: Part 4.
Illinois Prairie State Chiropractors Association Journal of Chiropractic, 1988. October.

Zarbuck, MV. Chiropractic Parallax: Part 5.
Illinois Prairie State Chiropractors Association Journal of Chiropractic, 1989. January.

Zarbuck, MV. Chiropractic Parallax: Part 6.
Illinois Prairie State Chiropractors Association Journal of Chiropractic, 1989. October.

Zarbuck, M. and M. Hayes. Following D.D. Palmer to the West Coast: The Pasadena Connection, 1902. Chiropractic History, 1990. 10(2): p. 17-19.*

Zarbuck MV. Innate Intelligence (Part 1).
Illinois Prairie State Chiropractic Association Journal of Chiropractic
1987 (Oct): 8(4):12-3

Zarbuck MV. Innate Intelligence (Part 2).
Illinois Prairie State Chiropractic Association Journal of Chiropractic
1988a (Jan): 9(1):11, 16

*Reprinted by permission of the Association for the History of Chiropractic.

**Merwyn Zarbuck’s Chiropractic Parallax series are reproduced with permission from his family.