Essential Principles of Chiropractic by Virgil V. Strang, Jerome F. McAndrews

By Virgil V. Strang, Jerome F. McAndrews

Describes the 33 rules of Chiropractic care.

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The immea­ surable subjective aspect and the measurable objective aspect) . Van Nuys gives universal perspective to our discourse when he writes : 19 The concept of field and radiation proves that all things are indissolubly connected to realities or energies beyond their apparent boundaries. Everything is intertwined with everything else in existence . It is obvious, for instance , that something from every star in the heavens exists at the point where your eye is, simply because you can see it there .

R. W. Hildebrandt (Chicago: National College of Chiropractic, 1976), p. 47. llWilliam Boyd an� Huntington Sheldon, Introduction to the Study of Disease, 8th edition (Philadelphia: Lea & Febiger, 1980), p. 49. 12Williams and Warwick, eds. , Gray's Anatomy, 36th ed. (London: Saunders, 1980), p. 72. 59 The Scientific Basis of Chiropractic 13Boyd and Sheldon, p. 72. 14G. J. Romanes, ed. , Cunningham's Textbook of Anatomy, 12 ed. (Oxford: Oxford University Press, 1981), p. 609. 15Ibid. 1 6Ibid. 17Ibid, p.

This is true through the whole gamut of complexity, from atomic nuclei and electrons up to 32 The Nature of Health and Disease macromolecules or a complex individual. Nature is not additive. " 13 Recently, Boyd and Sheldon, leading medical pathologists, en­ dorsed this emerging wholistic conception of the organism: The most exciting recent developments in human biology are in newer understandings of the interrelationships of various sympathetic amines and their role in the function of the central nervous system, particularly the hypo­ thalamus.

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