The Chiropractic Vertebral Subluxation
The Chiropractic Vertebral Subluxation has defined the chiropractic profession for more than 120 years. An accurate history of vertebral subluxation in chiropractic is vital for the profession to move forward.
There is far too much incorrect information about this topic in the literature. It is time that the chiropractic profession owns its past.
The fact is that the chiropractic vertebral subluxation has been documented, researched, theorized, and addressed clinically by every major chiropractic school.
Subluxation theorists from chiropractic history include: D.D. Palmer, A.P. Davis, B.J. Palmer, Willard Carver, O.G. Smith, S.M. Langworthy, John Howard, Alva Gregory, J.R. Drain, T.F. Ratledge, John Craven, Harry Vedder, Mabel Palmer, RW Stephenson, Marshall Himes, RJ Watkins, Arthur Forster, Joe Janse, Clarence Gonstead, Jim Firth, Homewood, Fred Barge, Donny Epstein, Christopher Kent, Ralph Boone, Leonard Faye, Joseph Howe, Lowell Ward, and many more.