There is a long tradition in the chiropractic profession of publishing books to teach the next generation. This tradition dates to 1905, 1906, and 1907, with the first books describing chiropractic theories and methods. D.D. Palmer’s chiropractic paradigm was published in 1906 based on a decade of his writings.
The mission of The Institute Chiropractic is to preserve and evolve the chiropractic profession. These books do both. The Chiropractic Classics series was designed to republish important books and manuscripts that the fourth generation of chiropractors would not otherwise have access to. The New Chiropractic Books rewrite the history of ideas in chiropractic in significant ways.