Animal Chiropractic Education Source

A.C.E.S.

10771 Highway 6

Meridian, TX 76665

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Admin@AnimalChiropracticEducation.com

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(843) 900-1502

Animal Chiropractic Education Source is an equal opportunity educational school. Students are accepted based on their previous level of education alone and not based on race, religion, sex, or diagnosed handicaps. 

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History of Chiropractic – In this series of three lectures Dr. Rabin brings to our current time the issues with which D.D. Palmer was concerned over 150 years ago. Dr. Rabin explores the history in such a way as to detail the rapid changes and modernization of chiropractic which has helped to bring it to the art and science it is today. The attendee will also gain an appreciation for what others have done for them to make their profession more stable and capable of achieving the goals it has set.

 

Certificate: AVCA

Duration: 4 hours

Assessments: Yes

Skill Level: DC or DVM

Lectures: 3

Quizzes: 3

Language: English

History of Chiropractic

$159.95Price
  • History of Chiropractic 

    Dr. Neil Rabin delves deep into the life and times of D. D. Palmer, the founder of modern-day chiropractic. In this lecture Dr. Rabin brings to our current time the issues with which D.D. Palmer was concerned over 150 years ago. The goal of this lecture is to make students aware that though chiropractic has had its infancy and growing pains as a profession, many of those same issues are still current topics today. At the completion of this course attendees will be able to understand what has driven chiropractic and how in many ways the issues of animal chiropractic are similar now. In parts 2 and 3 Dr. Rabin continues the history of the founding of chiropractic and explores how it became more widespread through the teachings of both D.D. Palmer and B.J. Palmer. Dr. Rabin explores the history in such a way as to detail the rapid changes and modernization of chiropractic which has helped to bring it to the art and science it is today. The attendee will gain an appreciation for the modern-day dilemmas found in chiropractic that owes its unease to the philosophy and duty it seeks to retain the belief that the body is capable of self-healing. The attendee will also gain an appreciation for what others have done for them to make their profession more stable and capable of achieving the goals it has set.