PALMER CHIROPRACTIC GREEN BOOKS:
THE DEFINITIVE GUIDE
Palmer Chiropractic Green Books: The Definitive Guide by Timothy Faulkner, Joseph Foley, and Simon Senzon is the most comprehensive book on the development of chiropractic. The book is 584 pages with more than 600 images printed in color. It is a philosophical, theoretical, and historical overview of the classic Green Books. The Palmer Chiropractic Green Books are the foundation of the chiropractic paradigm. The Green Books are the original source of chiropractic science, art, and philosophy. The Definitive Guide was written primarily for the chiropractor, student, and Palmer chiropractic Green Book collector.
The book includes historical details and core philosophical models from the early leaders of the Palmer Chiropractic School in Davenport, Iowa. The leaders include D.D. Palmer, founder of chiropractic, B.J. Palmer, developer of chiropractic, and the Palmer Chiropractic School faculty like John Craven, Mabel Palmer, James Firth, and R.W. Stephenson. The philosophy of chiropractic was originally defined by these chiropractors. The Definitive Guide includes concise overviews of the central ideas in each chiropractic Green Book.
Palmer Chiropractic Green Book: The Definitive Guide is also the first comprehensive guide for Green Book collectors. The book includes a unique list of details with color cover images of 123 unique printings and editions of Palmer Chiropractic Green Books. Collecting Green Books is a way for chiropractors to learn from the past, own historical artifacts, and enjoy the camaraderie of being a chiropractor. The Definitive Guide takes Green Book collecting to a new level.
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