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APPENDIX C:

SELECTED DATA ON
SCHOOLS OF CHIORPRACTIC

School

1967 Enrollment

Full-Time Faculty

Student/Faculty Ratio

Dean's Degree*

Accredited by ACA:        
Chiropractic Institute of New York
(New York City)

100

10

10/1

Ph.D. (law)
Columbia Institute of Chiropractic
(New York City)

139

NA

NA

NA

Lincoln Chiropractic College (Indianapolis)

155

16

12/1

BA

Logan College of Chiropractic (St. Louis)

218

9

25/1

None

Los Angeles College of Chiropractic
(Glendale, Calif.)

203

17

12/1

17

National College of Chiropractic (Chicago)

349

18

17/1

MA

Northwestern College of Chiropractic (Minneapolis)

49

5

10/1

None

Texas Chiropractic College (Pasadena, Texas)

100

7

14/1

BA

Western States Chiropractic College (Portland, Ore.) (affiliated with ACA; not accredited)

24

NA

NA

BA

Accredited by ICA        
Cleveland Chiropractic College (Los Angeles)

NA

NA

NA

BA

Cleveland Chiropractic College (Kansas)

NA

NA

NA

BA

Columbia Institute of Chiropractic
(accredited by both agencies)

139

NA

NA

NA

Palmer College of Chiropractic (Davenport, Iowa)

936

30

31/1

MA

Source: Self-surveys of eight schools, 1965, 1966, 1967, or 1968
*Highest degree other than Ph.C. or D.C.

CHIROPRACTIC TEXTBOOKS CITED

The following textbooks are Currently used in one or more of the chiropractic schools accredited by either the International Chiropractors Association or the American Chiropractic Association. Other chiropractic textbooks are in current use in the various schools; however, according to school surveys done by Palmer College and the ACA and the school catalogs, the first 5 books listed below are used most frequently.

Textbook

As the principal
book of a course

As a reference textbook

1.




The Neurodynatnics of the Vertebral Subluxation, A.E. Homewood, D.C., N.D., 1962 (Submitted by ICA)


Institute of New York
Logan
Los Angeles
National
Northwestern
Texas
 Lincoln




2.

Chiropractic Principles and Technic, Joseph Janse, D.C., R.H. Bouser, D.C., and R.F. Wells, D.O., D.C., 1947
National
Northwestern
Texas
Western
Lincoln


3.

The Chiropractors Adjuster or the Science, Art and Philosophy of Chiropractic,
D.D. Palmer, 1910 (Republished 1966
Columbia Institute
Texas
Logan
Northwestern

4.

Chiropractic Principles and Practice, Janse, Houser, Wells
Institute of New York
Los Angeles
Logan
Logan

5.

Textbook of Logan Basic Methods, Hugh B. Logan, 1950 (Submitted by ACA)
Columbia Institute
National
Lincoln

6.

Chiropractic Diagnosis, James N. Firth, D.C., Ph.C., 1948 (Submitted by ACA)
Lincoln
Logan
 

7.

Rational Bacteriology, J.R. Verner,
C.W. Weiant, R.J. Watkins, 1953
Canadian Memorial
Texas (1964-65)
Texas (1967-68)

8.

The Science and Logic of Chiropractic,
J Robinson Verner, 1956
Los Angeles
Western
 

9.

Anything Can Cuase Anything, W.D. Harper, M.S., D.C., 1964 Texas
Northwestern

10.

Chiropractic Principles and Practice, Otto C. Reinhart, D.C., 1942 (Submitted by ACA) Logan
 

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