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  • 1 Lesson

    A History of Innate Intelligence 1: 1872-1903

    Embark on a captivating journey through the history of chiropractic's foundational theory - Innate Intelligence. In this comprehensive lecture series, Dr. Simon Senzon unveils the fascinating origins and evolution of this core concept, from D.D. Palmer's early teachings in the late 19th century to its development in the early 20th century. Discover how Innate Intelligence emerged as a biological theory of the organism's ability to self-repair and grow, mediated through the nervous system. Simon's meticulous research describes the early development of this seminal theory. This lecture series is a must-watch for chiropractors and chiropractic students intrigued by the rich history and philosophical underpinnings of the profession.

  • 4 Lessons

    Bud Crowder on Chiropractic

    In this expansive four-part interview, chiropractic pillar Bud Crowder offers invaluable first-hand perspective on the figures, events, and forces that shaped the Palmer College of Chiropractic in its foundational era. With decades of experience under legendary leaders like B.J. Palmer and his son David, Dr. Crowder provides intimate portraits of their leadership styles, visions for the profession, confrontations with opposition, and even admitted mistakes. From the obsession that drove B.J. Palmer to the pressures challenging today's practice of chiropractic, Dr. Crowder contextualizes the field’s history and its pathway ahead with the wisdom of an elder statesman.

  • 5 Lessons

    Herbert Ross Reaver: Most Jailed Chiropractor

    Herbert Ross Reaver is a chiropractic legend often hailed as the 'most jailed chiropractor.' Dr. Reaver's remarkable story is a testament to unwavering dedication and a quest for principle. Born on April 30, 1905, his legacy spans over 70 years of chiropractic practice that left an indelible mark. Explore his monumental journey from graduating Palmer School of Chiropractic in 1928 to serving as the ICA President for two terms under the B.J. Palmer. Traverse the riveting narrative of his eight imprisonments between 1928 and 1943 as he challenged conventions and defended chiropractic principles. Gain unparalleled insights into the remarkable life of a chiropractic pioneer who fearlessly carved his path in the face of adversity.

  • 1 Lesson

    Philosophy in Practice: Jodi Dinnerman

    In this dialogue, Jodi Dinnerman discusses the importance of philosophy in chiropractic practice. She emphasizes how having a clear philosophy acts as a compass, guiding practitioners in their work. Jodi shares her own philosophy, influenced by mentors and diverse individuals in her life. She stresses the need for fair exchange in practice, valuing time, energy, and money. Jodi also highlights the significance of joy and encourages chiropractors to create practices that align with their values. Her hope for the future of chiropractic includes seeing happy, successful practitioners teaching in schools and chiropractors embracing their roles as servants of peace and skilled business people. Throughout the dialogue, Jodi emphasizes the importance of self-care, staying curious, and focusing on serving others with joy.

  • 3 Lessons

    Subluxation at Birth – Arno Lectures for ICPA

    In this comprehensive deep dive into the modern birth process, renowned chiropractor Arno Burnier tears down common misconceptions and examines how and why standard obstetrical practices can undermine natural labor, create health risks for babies, and set them up for long-term health challenges. Spanning 3 sections, he takes an epic journey through time and around the globe, shares startling statistics and groundbreaking insights from evolutionary science and ethnography to medical literature, and leaves expecting parents empowered to make choices for themselves and their new child. *This talk created in the early 1990s for the ICPA and all the talks from the Arno Burnier archives are posted at TIC thanks to Arno.

  • 4 Lessons

    TIC Ideas: Patrick Montgomery

    In this dialogue, Dr. Patrick Montgomery shares his rich experiences as a second-generation chiropractor and educator. He discusses his family's deep roots in chiropractic, his own journey through chiropractic education, and his experiences teaching at various institutions. Montgomery emphasizes the importance of integrating chiropractic philosophy and technique in education and practice, highlighting the need for a well-rounded curriculum that draws from various chiropractic methods and provides ample hands-on experience. He also touches on the unique nature of chiropractic education, where knowledge is passed down through physical touch, connecting current students to the teachings of the profession's pioneers. Throughout the conversation, Montgomery stresses the value of applying philosophical principles in clinical decision-making, considering the whole person and their environment, and maintaining a strong identity for the chiropractic profession.

  • 1 Lesson

    TIC Legacy – Tom Bahan & Thom Gelardi

    In this TIC Legacy interview, Tom Bahan shares his experiences and insights on the early history of chiropractic with Thom Gelardi. Bahan discusses his introduction to chiropractic, studying at the Palmer School in the 1920s, the physical plant and curriculum, key figures like B.J. Palmer and the faculty, practicing chiropractic in those early days without licensure, his wife May and her influence, the NCM controversy, and memorable chiropractic stories and events. He reflects on B.J. Palmer's leadership, the rifts in the profession, and the challenges of promoting the core chiropractic principles. Bahan's first-hand account provides a vivid window into the early decades of the chiropractic profession.
  • 2 Lessons

    TIC Legacy: Arno Burnier (1988)

    Prepare to have your beliefs about illness challenged in this captivating interview with Arno Burnier. With a unique blend of wisdom, personal anecdotes, and thought-provoking insights, Burnier invites us to reimagine the role of sickness in our lives. He argues that illness is not an enemy to be conquered but rather an ally in our journey towards personal growth and transformation. By sharing his own profound experiences, including a life-altering nervous breakdown, Burnier demonstrates how the darkest moments can often be the catalysts for our greatest breakthroughs. Throughout the TIC Talk, he encourages listeners to cultivate a new relationship with their bodies, one based on trust, surrender, and a deep appreciation for the innate intelligence within. Whether you're a healthcare professional, a seeker of personal growth, or simply someone who has ever faced illness, this interview will leave you inspired to embrace the unexpected gifts that life's challenges have to offer.

  • 1 Lesson

    A History of Innate Intelligence 1: 1872-1903

    Embark on a captivating journey through the history of chiropractic's foundational theory - Innate Intelligence. In this comprehensive lecture series, Dr. Simon Senzon unveils the fascinating origins and evolution of this core concept, from D.D. Palmer's early teachings in the late 19th century to its development in the early 20th century. Discover how Innate Intelligence emerged as a biological theory of the organism's ability to self-repair and grow, mediated through the nervous system. Simon's meticulous research describes the early development of this seminal theory. This lecture series is a must-watch for chiropractors and chiropractic students intrigued by the rich history and philosophical underpinnings of the profession.

  • 4 Lessons

    Bud Crowder on Chiropractic

    In this expansive four-part interview, chiropractic pillar Bud Crowder offers invaluable first-hand perspective on the figures, events, and forces that shaped the Palmer College of Chiropractic in its foundational era. With decades of experience under legendary leaders like B.J. Palmer and his son David, Dr. Crowder provides intimate portraits of their leadership styles, visions for the profession, confrontations with opposition, and even admitted mistakes. From the obsession that drove B.J. Palmer to the pressures challenging today's practice of chiropractic, Dr. Crowder contextualizes the field’s history and its pathway ahead with the wisdom of an elder statesman.

  • 5 Lessons

    Herbert Ross Reaver: Most Jailed Chiropractor

    Herbert Ross Reaver is a chiropractic legend often hailed as the 'most jailed chiropractor.' Dr. Reaver's remarkable story is a testament to unwavering dedication and a quest for principle. Born on April 30, 1905, his legacy spans over 70 years of chiropractic practice that left an indelible mark. Explore his monumental journey from graduating Palmer School of Chiropractic in 1928 to serving as the ICA President for two terms under the B.J. Palmer. Traverse the riveting narrative of his eight imprisonments between 1928 and 1943 as he challenged conventions and defended chiropractic principles. Gain unparalleled insights into the remarkable life of a chiropractic pioneer who fearlessly carved his path in the face of adversity.

  • 1 Lesson

    Philosophy in Practice: Jodi Dinnerman

    In this dialogue, Jodi Dinnerman discusses the importance of philosophy in chiropractic practice. She emphasizes how having a clear philosophy acts as a compass, guiding practitioners in their work. Jodi shares her own philosophy, influenced by mentors and diverse individuals in her life. She stresses the need for fair exchange in practice, valuing time, energy, and money. Jodi also highlights the significance of joy and encourages chiropractors to create practices that align with their values. Her hope for the future of chiropractic includes seeing happy, successful practitioners teaching in schools and chiropractors embracing their roles as servants of peace and skilled business people. Throughout the dialogue, Jodi emphasizes the importance of self-care, staying curious, and focusing on serving others with joy.

  • 3 Lessons

    Subluxation at Birth – Arno Lectures for ICPA

    In this comprehensive deep dive into the modern birth process, renowned chiropractor Arno Burnier tears down common misconceptions and examines how and why standard obstetrical practices can undermine natural labor, create health risks for babies, and set them up for long-term health challenges. Spanning 3 sections, he takes an epic journey through time and around the globe, shares startling statistics and groundbreaking insights from evolutionary science and ethnography to medical literature, and leaves expecting parents empowered to make choices for themselves and their new child. *This talk created in the early 1990s for the ICPA and all the talks from the Arno Burnier archives are posted at TIC thanks to Arno.

  • 4 Lessons

    TIC Ideas: Patrick Montgomery

    In this dialogue, Dr. Patrick Montgomery shares his rich experiences as a second-generation chiropractor and educator. He discusses his family's deep roots in chiropractic, his own journey through chiropractic education, and his experiences teaching at various institutions. Montgomery emphasizes the importance of integrating chiropractic philosophy and technique in education and practice, highlighting the need for a well-rounded curriculum that draws from various chiropractic methods and provides ample hands-on experience. He also touches on the unique nature of chiropractic education, where knowledge is passed down through physical touch, connecting current students to the teachings of the profession's pioneers. Throughout the conversation, Montgomery stresses the value of applying philosophical principles in clinical decision-making, considering the whole person and their environment, and maintaining a strong identity for the chiropractic profession.

  • 1 Lesson

    TIC Legacy – Tom Bahan & Thom Gelardi

    In this TIC Legacy interview, Tom Bahan shares his experiences and insights on the early history of chiropractic with Thom Gelardi. Bahan discusses his introduction to chiropractic, studying at the Palmer School in the 1920s, the physical plant and curriculum, key figures like B.J. Palmer and the faculty, practicing chiropractic in those early days without licensure, his wife May and her influence, the NCM controversy, and memorable chiropractic stories and events. He reflects on B.J. Palmer's leadership, the rifts in the profession, and the challenges of promoting the core chiropractic principles. Bahan's first-hand account provides a vivid window into the early decades of the chiropractic profession.
  • 2 Lessons

    TIC Legacy: Arno Burnier (1988)

    Prepare to have your beliefs about illness challenged in this captivating interview with Arno Burnier. With a unique blend of wisdom, personal anecdotes, and thought-provoking insights, Burnier invites us to reimagine the role of sickness in our lives. He argues that illness is not an enemy to be conquered but rather an ally in our journey towards personal growth and transformation. By sharing his own profound experiences, including a life-altering nervous breakdown, Burnier demonstrates how the darkest moments can often be the catalysts for our greatest breakthroughs. Throughout the TIC Talk, he encourages listeners to cultivate a new relationship with their bodies, one based on trust, surrender, and a deep appreciation for the innate intelligence within. Whether you're a healthcare professional, a seeker of personal growth, or simply someone who has ever faced illness, this interview will leave you inspired to embrace the unexpected gifts that life's challenges have to offer.

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