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The Chiropractor by D.D. Palmer
Published in 1914, 115 pages.

Chiropractic a Science, an Art and the Philosophy Thereof.
It has been said that science is a stranger to and nowise accounts for the peculiar contents of the book of life.
Medical men have never been able to harmonize the science of medicine with organic functions in health and disease.
Science is the registered mental account of our surroundings; it is common sense—we desire to know things as they are.
Chiropractic embraces the science of life, the knowledge of how organisms act in health and disease, also the art of adjusting the neuroskeleton.
An organism is an organized body, such is known as the living economy, the regulation of the parts of an organic whole, the aggregate of the parts and laws governing an organism. Ecology, or bionomics, is that branch of biology which deals with the mutual relations between organisms and their environment, the effect which our surroundings has upon life, the modification of vital actions which are directed by an intelligence. Bionomic forces are those external forces, other than vital forces, which influence the changes incident to the development of life. Bionomy is the laws of life; the science which treats of laws regulating the vital functions. Biologas is the living and intelligent power displayed in organic activities. Bionergy is the life-force, the force exercised in living organisms. An organism is any individual animal or plant. Any living being is an organism. The collective parts which compose an organized body, together with the laws which govern their action constitutes an organism. An individual so constituted that it may carry on the activities of life by means of its organs, which, although differing in function, yet are mutually dependent upon each other for their individual acts is an organism. An organized body endowed with a separate existence, whose vital acts depend upon the aggregation of organs, constitutes an organism.

CONTENTS:
The Moral and Religious Duty of a Chiropractor 1
Chiropractic a Science, an Art and the Philosophy Thereof 13
Nerve Vibration 17
A Brief Review 22
Inflammation 26
Vertebral Luxations, 30
Health, Disease, Life and Death 33
Rachitis or Rickets 37
Biology 40
Function 44
Vertebral Adjusting 48
Center Place and Second Center Place 51
The Nervous System. 54
Neuritis, Arteritis and Rheumatism 60
Fever 63
Constipation and Costiveness 67
Trauma, Toxine and Auto-Suggestion 72
Catarrh 76
Impulse 80
The Normal and Abnormal Movements of the Vertebral Column 85
Spinal Pathogenesis 98
Palpation and Nerve Tracing 102
Bones and Nerves . 106
Pyorrhea Alveolaris 109

The Chiropractor by D.D. Palmer Published in 1914, 115 pages. Chiropractic a Science, an Art and the Philosophy Thereof. It has been said that science is a stranger to and nowise accounts for the peculiar contents of the book of life. Medical men ha
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