Chiropractic: Compassion and Expectation

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This is a concise, easy-to-read explanation of the role of chiropractic in health care for the layperson and chiropractic professional. The authors explore the history and philosophy of the chiropractic profession and set guidelines for giving the best possible care. An in-depth, heartfelt study, this book looks at the history of medical discrimination against chiropractors and examines the future of the profession. This is a bold, intelligent book, full of candor, compassion and foresight.

Chiropractic: Compassion and Expectation 1999, Chiropractic Journal

ISBN-13: 9780964716865


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