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" ... current of arterial blood, which by Nature was intended to supply and nourish all nerves, ligaments, muscles, skin, bones and the artery itself. The rule of the artery must be absolute, universal and unobstructed or disease will be the result. I proclaimed... "
The Science of chiropractic - Page 104
by Daniel David Palmer - 1906 - 413 pages
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Autobiography of Andrew T. Still: With a History of the Discovery and ...

Andrew Taylor Still - Osteopathic Medicine - 1897 - 460 pages
...unobstructed, or disease will be the result. I proclaimed then and there that all nerves depended wholly on the arterial system for their qualities, such as sensation,...motion, even though by the law of reciprocity they furnished force, nutrition, and sensation to the artery itself, and further proclaimed that the brain...
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Principles of osteopathy

Dain Loren Tasker - 1903 - 352 pages
...result of his studies, that is, the observed facts upon which he has built his system of therapeutics. In 1874, Dr. Still stated his observations as follows...force, nutrition, and sensation to the artery itself." Definitions. — Many definitions have been formulated and published to the world. Each one tends to...
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Western Medical Times, Volumes 42-43

George Lee Servoss - Medicine - 1922
...unobstructed, or disease will be the result. I proclaimed then and there that all nerves depended wholly on the arterial system for their qualities, such as sensation,...law of reciprocity they furnish force, nutrition and motion to the artery itself." PRINCIPLES OP OSTEOPATHY — Partial displacements of any of the various...
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Pioneer Teachers

F. H. Behncke - 1996 - 114 pages
...be absolute, universal and unobstructive, or disease will be the result. All nerves depend wholly on the arterial system for their qualities such as sensation,...law of reciprocity they furnish force, nutrition and motion to the artery itself." DANIEL DAVID PALMER. Davenport, Iowa. The discoverer of the Chiropractic...
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Philosophy of Natural Therapeutics, Henry Lindlahr

Henry Lindlahr - 1999 - 293 pages
...unobstructed or disease will be the result. I proclaimed then and there that all nerves depend wholly on the arterial system for their qualities such as sensation,...law of reciprocity they furnish force, nutrition and motion to the artery itself." It may be argued that as early as 1805 the Ling System of Swedish Movement...
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