Chiropractic in Europe: An Illustrated History

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Francis J. H. Wilson
Matador, Jan 1, 2007 - Chiropractic - 131 pages
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Today chiropractors provide a major contribution to healthcare provision in many European countries. This book tells the story of chiropractic's development from a European perspective, from its origins in United States in the last years of the 19th century, to contemporary times. It is the first book of its kind to do this. It includes contributions from academics and from practising chiropractors, 23 authors in all, and gives a fascinating and unique insight into chiropractic's past. The text is complimented by more than 70 photographs. The histories of chiropractic in 19 European nations are given specific consideration. The book is written in a style that will be accessible to the non-specialist and will be of potential interest to anyone wanting to learn more about chiropractic and its history. It is likely to be of particular interest to chiropractors, chiropractic students and patients, to healthcare workers in related fields and to historians.

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chiropractic in Europe in the years
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SECTION B HISTORIES OF CHIROPRACTIC IN EUROPEAN NATIONS 1 Chiropractic in Belgium
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