Books

B.J. of Davenport: The Early Years of Chiropractic (©1997)

Joseph C. Keating, Jr., Ph.D.
300+ pages, 150 illus., hardcover
Proceeds accrue to the Endowment Fund of the Association for the History of Chiropractic
Table of contents and reviews
Order form

 

Chiropractic History: A Primer (©2004)

J.C. Keating, Jr., Ph.D., C.S. Cleveland, III, D.C.,  Michael Menke, D.C.
Free Download for  AHC members.

 

Prairie Thunder: Dr. Leo L. Spears and His Hospital (©2001)

 

William S. Rehm
Table of contents and reviews
Order form

A History of Chiropractic Education in North America (©1998)

Joseph C. Keating, Jr., Ph.D., Alana Callender, M.S., Carl S. Cleveland, III., D.C.


Out of print; no longer available.
Free download for AHC members

 

Other Available Titles by AHC authors

A Profession Persecuted: The History of Chiropractic in New Jersey (2002)

Leonard F. Vernon, D.C. (2002)
Table of contents and reviews
Order form

Joseph Janse: the Apostle of Chiropractic Education by Reed Phillips, D.C., Ph.D. (2006)

A limited number of these paperbacks are available through the AHC, courtesy of Dr. Phillips. They are $24.95 for non-members; 50% off for members (plus $5 s&h for everyone).

 

For order information, please contact the Executive Director at ahc1895@gmail.com

Who's Who in Chiropractic International 1976-78 (©1978)

Fern L. Dzaman, ed.
Order form

Who's Who in Chiropractic International: History - Education, 2nd ed. (©1980)

Fern Lints-Dzaman, ed.
This edition contains Russ Gibbons' Necrology. 
Order form

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News

Pre-Conference Continuing Education

Six Hours of the Finest Chiropractic Educators

 

Friday, June 19, 2015

At the Wyndham

 

Dr. Steve Troyanovich

Prevention of Medical Errors

 

Dr. Pat Montgomery

Boundary Training

 

Dr. Roger Hynes

Reducing common adjusting errors

from a full spine segmentalist approach

 

Dr. Steve Agocs

Clinical Perspectives on Chiropractic Techniques

 

CE credits have been applied for in select states through Palmer College of Chiropractic Continuing Education and Events Department. Questions regarding state approvals may be directed to Palmer at (800) 452-5032(800) 452-5032. For registration, or more details on this event, e-mail AHC 1895@gmail.com. 

 

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