Answers to Questions about Chiropractic

Samuel Homola, D.C.

Dr. Homola is a second-generation chiropractor who has dedicated himself to defining the proper limits on chiropractic and to educating consumers and professionals about the field. His 1963 book Bonesetting, Chiropractic, and Cultism supported the appropriate use of spinal manipulation but renounced chiropractic dogma. His 1999 book Inside Chiropractic: A Patient's Guide provides an incisive look at chiropractic's history, benefits, and shortcomings. Now retired after 43 years of practice, he lives in Panama City, Florida.

General Questions

Neck Manipulation

Scope of Chiropractic

Need for Treatment


Pregnancy and Childbirth

Chiropractic and Children

Chiropractic Techniques

Chiropractic Devices

Complications of Treatment

Chiropractic Education

Consumer Protection

Interprofessional Relations

This page was revised on November 12, 2016.

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