The Chiro-picker, Todd Waters, who brought you Chips From Sweet Home—Writings of D. D. Palmer 1869 -1881, has not finished telling the story of Old Dad Chiro. Chasing D. D. follows Palmer's... More > fascinating life as a Magnetic Healer to his death as the Founder of Chiropractic. This book of compiled newspaper stories, along with Palmer's letters and articles, attempts to chronicle Old Dad's activities and treks across America.
It is true that Palmer discovered Chiropractic and was instrumental in developing its philosophy; however, the Big Idea he ignited took on a life of its own that could not be controlled. This is the story of Chiropractic's beginning and the rise and fall of its founder, Daniel David Palmer — a man who believed he was right. Chasing D.D.— D.D. Palmer in the News 1886-1913.< Less
Chips From Sweet Home is a compilation of newly found writings from D.D. Palmer, the founder of Chiropractic. Writings span from years 1869-1881 during his time as a bee farmer and raspberry grower.... More > Other articles are penned from those who knew him and visited his Sweet Home apiary farm.
This book will be a treat for chiropractic historians and students who like to trace the steps of Old Dad Chiro's colorful life. The reader will learn of important biographical facts, business trips, friendships and rivalry with bee-keepers from Palmer's own words. New artwork was drawn specially for this book and makes the book all the much sweeter.< Less