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BIBLICAL FOUNDATION THAT INSPIRED MY DOCTORAL THESIS Viscero-Spinal and Spino-Visceral Syndromes Palpatory and Radiological Findings and Spinal Manipulative Therapy Vertebra By Vertebra Nerve By Nerve Clinical Management Couresowork & Patient Education Visual Software Design Dedicated to JULIANA FARIDI Who Died In My Lap, as a result of an undetected uncorrected Atlanto-Axial Subluxation which caused Hangman’s Fracture at the Atlas Axis Vertebra The devastating effects of an undetected uncorrected subluxation Is loss of human life – In this case the life of my daughter
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Page 1: Tariq Faridi Palmer Palmer South January15

BIBLICAL FOUNDATION THAT INSPIRED

MY DOCTORAL THESIS

Viscero-Spinal and Spino-Visceral Syndromes Palpatory and Radiological Findings and Spinal Manipulative

Therapy Vertebra By Vertebra Nerve By NerveClinical Management Couresowork amp

Patient Education Visual Software Design

Dedicated to JULIANA FARIDIWho Died In My Lap as a result

of an undetected uncorrected Atlanto-Axial Subluxation which caused Hangmanrsquos Fracture at the Atlas Axis Vertebra

The devastating effects of an undetected uncorrected subluxation Is loss of human life ndash In this case the life of my daughter

Ephesians 415-16 But speaking the truth in love may grow up into him in all things which is the head even Christ 16 From whom the whole body fitly joined together and compacted by that which every joint supplieth according to the effectual working in the measure of every part maketh increase of the body unto the edifying of itself in loveColossians 219 And not holding the Head from which all the body by joints and bands having nourishment ministered and knit together increaseth with the increase of God

(Also see Romans 121-2) Without a corrected Subluxation there is no transformationHebrews 412 For the word of God is quick and powerful and sharper than any twoedged sword piercing even to the dividing asunder of soul and spirit and of the joints and marrow and is a discerner of the thoughts and intents of the heart1 Thessalonians 523 And the very God of peace sanctify you wholly and I pray God your whole spirit and soul and body be preserved blameless unto the coming of our Lord Jesus Christ

16th to 19th Century Scientific Foundation The Correlation between Somatic Dysfunction

And Visceral DiseaseBy

Tariq J Faridi

OPENING STATEMENT

Purpose of Sharing this Information

Purpose of Sharing this Information

Show the scientific foundation Chiropractic was laid onbull so that you can have confidence in the scientific validation of the

link between subluxations and visceral diseasebull what two moderately trained hands can do in restoring the

memory of wholeness and awaken the innate intelligence for the body to heal itself

bull that you have the confidence in yourself and impart it to your patients so that they can be confident in and passionate about chiropractic as the best insurance for the detection prevention and reversal of chronic conditions before they occur

bull that you can detect and reverse them before they even become symptomatic

bull Objectives

bull Antiquarian research and 16th to 20th century scientific research validating the link between somatic dysfunction and visceral disease

bull Scientific Validation of 110 years of chiropractic adjustment and reversal of visceral disease

bull Evidence-based patient education`34

bull Ephesians 415-16 But speaking the truth in love may grow up into him in all things which is the head even Christ 16 From whom the whole body fitly joined together and compacted by that which every joint supplieth according to the effectual working in the measure of every part maketh increase of the body unto the edifying of itself in love

bull Colossians 219 And not holding the Head from which all the body by joints and bands having nourishment ministered and knit together increaseth with the increase of God

bull (Also see Romans 121-2) Without a corrected Subluxation there is no transformation

Ephesians 416 From ltekgt whom lthosgt the whole ltpasgt body ltsomagt fitly joined together ltsunarmologeogt and ltkaigt compacted ltsumbibazogt by ltdiagt that which every ltpasgt joint lthaphegt supplieth ltepichoregiagt according ltkatagt to the effectual working ltenergeiagt in ltengt the measure ltmetrongt of every lthekastosgt part ltheisgt ltmerosgt maketh ltpoieogt increase ltauxesisgt of the body ltsomagt unto lteisgt the edifying ltoikodomegt of itself ltheautougt in ltengt love ltagapegt

BIBLICAL TERMINOLOGY FOR CHIROPRACTIC ADJUSTMENT

JOINED TOGETHER Sunarmologeo from 4862 and a derivative of a compound of 719 and 3004 (in its original sense of laying) to render

close-jointed together ie organize compactly--be fitly framed (joined) togetherCOMPACTED Sumbibazo from 4862 and bibazo (to force causative (by reduplication) of the base of 939) to drive together ie unite (in association or affection) (mentally) to infer show teach--compact assuredly gather intrust knit together prove (See Greek 4862 See Greek 939)JOINTS (HAPHE) from 680 probably a ligament (as fastening)--jointBANDS from 4862 and 1199 a joint tie ie ligament (figuratively) uniting principle control--band bond

The Edwin Smith Papyrus

Decades Of Scientific ValidationBased on a Foundation of Two Millennia

Avicenna Ambroise Pareacute Galenz

1741 Nicholas Andry Writes Patient Education Book

on Scoliosis Prevention for Parents

Expand Font SizeOf Text Below Split in 3 or more Slides

The word lsquoorthopaediarsquo was devised by a Parisian paediatrician Nicholas Andry who was Professor of Medicine at the University of

Paris and also Senior Dean of the Faculty of Physik In 1741 he published a book entitled lsquoOrthopaedia or The Art of Correcting and

Preventing Deformities in Children By such means that may be easily put into Correcting and Preventing Deformities in Children By

such means that may easily be put into practice by parents themselves and all such as are employed in Educating Childrenrsquo In the preface he stated ldquoAs to the title I have formed it of two Greek

words viz Ỏρθος straight and Πάίδον a child Out of the two words I have compounded that of Orthopaedia to express in one term the

design I propose which is to teach the different methods of preventing and correcting the deformities of childrenrdquo His method for correcting excessive curvature of a childrsquos leg was ldquoto apply as soon

as possible a small plate of iron on the hollow side of the leg and fasten it about the leg with a linen roller In a word the same method must be used in this case for recovering the shape of the leg as is

used for making straight the crooked trunk of a young treerdquo

Sir Nicholas Andry published at the age of 81

Orthopaedia The Art of Correcting and Preventing Deformities in Children

1867 James Paget Warns MDs of the cases DCs will cure which will take away their Income

Expand Font SizeOf Text Below Split

ldquoAFTER systematic lectures on the chief injuries of the bones and joints it may be useful if I try to enforce by particular illustrations some of the general principles that I stated and it may secure your attention if I use the form of speaking of the Cases that Bone-setters Cure For few of you are likely to practise without having a bone-setter for an enemy and if he can cure a case which you have failed to cure his fortune may be made and yours marredrdquo

1867 James Paget Cases that bonesetters cure BMJ JANUARY 5 1867

1887-1896 James MackenzieSome Points Bearing on the Association of Sensory Disorders and Visceral Disease

(Brain 1893 16321-352)

ldquoIn the following pages I deal in a somewhat discursive and desultory manner with the result of several yearslsquo enquiry into the symptoms

evoked in the sensory nervous system by disease of the viscera For many years the subject has been present in my mind and although for a long time I could not appreciate the value of all the phenomena yet by carefully noticing each circumstance in every case and by grouping the symptoms together I formulated for myself certain tentative laws of a somewhat vague nature trusting that with extended experience these

would become more denned and be of a less general nature What I have published on this subject does not fully accord with the results obtained

by Dr Head2 and although in many respects his results are more reliable than mine there are a few points on which we are in conflictrdquo

1893 Henry Head Thesis DISTURBANCES OF SENSATION

WITH SPECIAL REFERENCE TO THE PAIN OF VISCERAL DISEASE

(Sherringtonrsquos Friend includes Sherringtonrsquos unpublished findings)

Text From Head Article

Text From Head Article

Expand Font SizeOf Text Below Splittext into 2 slides

1905 CS Sherrington ndash Integrative Action of the

Nervous System and 37 Papers ndash Nobel Prize

In the year 1883 a legacy of $80000 was left to the President and Fellows of Yale College in the city of New Haven to be held in trust as a gift for her children in memory of their beloved and honored mother Mrs Hepsa Ely Silliman

On this foundation Yale College was requested and directed to establish an annual course of lectures designed to illustrate the presence and providence the wisdom and goodness of God as manifested in the natural and moral world

1907 Louisa BurnsViscero-Somatic and Somato Visceral Spinal Reflexes

(Hypothesis - Case Study ndash Animal Study Human Study Consensus) ndash 1927

(17 years per Institute of Medicine)

Expand Font SizeOf Text Below Split

text into Several slides PLEASE RETYPE

Expand Font SizeOf Text Below Split

text into Several slides PLEASE RETYPE

1933 Neville T UssherSpinal curvatures -- visceral disturbances

in relation thereto

1935 Sherrington Noble Prizes in Physiology and Medicine

bull CONVERT SLIDE BELOW INTO THREE SLIDES ONE WITH JUDGE

bull SUSANbull GETZENDANNERbull LADY IN GLASSES

BELOW

1967 Chester Wilk

AMA Found Guilty of Conspiracy and Fraud The suit claimed that the defendants had participated for years in an illegal conspiracy to destroy chiropractic On August 24 1987 after endless wrangling in the courts

US District Court judge Susan Getzendanner ruled that the AMA and its officials were guilty as charged of attempting to eliminate the chiropractic profession

The AMA offered a patient care defense however data from Workmens Compensation Bureau studies served to validate chiropractic care Specifically studies comparing chiropractic

care to care by a medical physician were presented which showed that chiropractors were ldquotwice as effective as

medical physicians for comparable injuries in returning injured workers to work at every level of injury severityrdquoEvidence at the trial showed that the defendants took active steps often covert to undermine chiropractic educational

institutions conceal evidence of the usefulness of chiropractic care undercut insurance programs for patients of chiropractors subvert government inquiries into the efficacy of chiropractic engage in a massive disinformation campaign to

discredit and destabilize the chiropractic profession and engage in numerous other activities to maintain a medical

physician monopoly over health care in this country

Chester Wilk

Attorney G McAndrews

John J Bonica

Bonica JJ Autonomic Innervation of the Viscera in Relation to Nerve

Block Anesthesiology 29293-813 Jul-Aug 68

1975 Elizabeth Lomax Comments On Her Findings Based on 250 Year Literature

Review

Research Status of Spinal Manipulative Therapy in 1975 historian Elizabeth Lomax MD presented her findings to the US government stating that as a result of her two hundred and fifty year scrutiny of scientific literature the physician

could clinch the diagnosis by finding tenderness in the appropriate vertebra

She Studied Articles Published between 1725 and 1975 (referenced the works by Andre Nicholas to Osler Head

Sherrington and Pre Beal Authors

1976 Irvin M Korr (Part 1)

The Spinal Cord as the Organizer of Disease

Processes Some Preliminary

Perspectives

1979 Irvin M Korr (Part 2)

The Spinal Cord as the Organizer of Disease

Processes The Peripheral Autonomic

Nervous System

1979 Irvin M Korr (Part 3)

The Spinal Cord as the Organizer of Disease

Processes Hyperactivity of sympathetic innervation

as a common factor in disease

1981 Irvin M Korr (Part 4)

The Spinal Cord as the Organizer of Disease Processes Axonal

transport and neurotrophic function in relation to somatic dysfunction

1983 Myron Beal Viscerosomtic Reflexes Review of the Literature

tabulating 142 Studiesby Author and Vertebral Segment

1983 Myron Beal Viscerosomtic Reflexes Review of the Literature

tabulating 142 Studies by Author and Vertebral Segment

1983 Myron Beal Viscerosomtic Reflexes Review of the Literature

tabulating 142 Studies by Author and Vertebral Segment

John McM Mennel MD

bull In a paper Understanding Manipulative Medicine in General Practice published in JMPT in 1989 states Then suddenly we find ourselves in practice where 80 of our patients complain to us for some sort of musculo-skeletal pain 80 may sound high yet remember that visceral and systemic diseases very frequently manifest themselves initially as musculoskeletal painldquo

bull Again John McM Mennel concludes his article as follows Joint dysfunction is not only a diagnosis but an early sign of visceral and systemic diseases

1992 ndash 2002 Nikolai Bogdukbull Only Structures Innervated by c1-c3 are known to cause Migrainesbull Example of Headache Pills ndash Imitrex ndash Naproxen ndash 2

ldquoCervicogenic headache is pain perceived in the head but referred from a primary sourcen in the cervical spine The physiologic basis for this pain is convergence between trigeminal afferents and afferents from the upper three cervical spinal nerves The possible sources of cervicogenic headache lie in the structures innervated by the C1 to C3 spinal nerves and include the upper cervical synovial joints the upper cervical muscles the C2-3 disc the vertebral and internal carotid arteries and the dura mater of the upper spinal cord and posterior cranial fossa Experiments in normal volunteers have established that the cervical muscles and joints can be sources of headacherdquo

bull Bogduk Nikolai The anatomical basis for cervicogenic headache JMPT 1567-70 January 1992

bull Bogduk N Curr Pain Headache Rep Cervicogenic headache anatomic basis and pathophysiologic mechanisms 2001 Aug5(4)382-6

Abstract The neuroanatomical basis for cervicogenic headache is convergence in the trigeminocervical nucleus between nociceptive afferents from the field of the trigemenial nerve and the receptive fields of the first three cervical nerves Only structures innervated by C1-C3 have been shown to be capable of causing headache These are the muscles joints and ligaments of the upper three cervical segments but also include the dura mater of the spinal cord and posterior cranial fossa and the vertebral artery

2000 Burns Centenary Appreciation

Findings Presented in 1899 confirmed

April 2000 JAOA Vol100 No4 p259-264

2004 Sherrington Centenary Appreciation Noble Prize winning

Findings which were buried by the AMA Presented in 1904 confirmed

In 1906 Sir Charles Sherrington published The Integrative Action of the Nervous System which was a collection of ten lectures delivered two years before at Yale University in the United States In this monograph

Sherrington summarized two decades of painstaking experimental observations and his incisive interpretation of them It settled the then-

current debate between the lsquolsquoReticular Theoryrsquorsquo versus lsquolsquoNeuron Doctrinersquorsquo ideas about the fundamental nature of the nervous system in mammals in favor of the latter and it changed forever the way in which subsequent generations have viewed the organization of the central

nervous system Sherringtonrsquos magnum opus contains basic concepts and even terminology that are now second nature to every student of the subject This brief article reviews the historical context in which the book was written summarizes its content and considers its impact on

Neurology and Neuroscience

2004 Sherrington Centenary Appreciation Noble Prize winning

Findings which were buried by the AMA Presented in 1904 confirmed

lsquo he is the scientistrsquos philosopher because he had advanced natural knowledge himself by skilled observation and experiment by 50 yearsrsquo

unremitting work in the laboratory and because his own interpretation of his discoveries had given a new extension to the biologistrsquos outlook Physiologists will know this well enough To those who have had to struggle with the mass of detailed material about the brain and cord

Sherringtonrsquos Integrative Action of the Nervous System brings order out of chaos it is hard reading at first because every sentence is charged with meaning some of it direct enough but some reaching out to half formed pictures of wider landscape Though it was published in 1906 it

is still as refreshing as it was then It has needed no revision but Sherringtonrsquos experimental work went on at high pressure for another 30

years filling in the gaps and strengthening the framework rsquo

SPEND FOUR HOURS TRAINING CArsquoS

going over article summaries to build their confidence in

Chiropractic

RICHARD SMITH Ed BMJ

Where is the Wisdom The Poverty of Medical Evidence

Where is the wisdom we have lost in knowledge and where asked T S Eliot is the knowledge we have lost in information There are perhaps 30000 biomedical journals in the world and they have grown steadily by 7 a year since the seventeenth century [1 2] Yet only about 15 of medical interventions are supported by solid scientific evidence David Eddy professor of health policy and management at Duke University North Carolina told a conference in Manchester last week

This is partly because only 1 of the articles in medical journals are scientifically sound [2 3] and partly because many treatments have never been assessed at all If said Professor Eddy it is true as the total quality management gurus tell us that lsquoevery defect is a treasurersquo then we are sitting on King Solomons mineldquo

BMJ 1991 (Oct 5)303798ndash9

Editorials The scandal of poor medical research

bull We need less research better research and research done for the right reasons

bull What should we think about a doctor who uses the wrong treatment either willfully or through ignorance or who uses the right treatment wrongly (such as by giving the wrong dose of a drug) Most people would agree that such behavior was unprofessional arguably unethical and certainly unacceptable

bull What then should we think about researchers who use the wrong techniques (either willfully or in ignorance) use the right techniques wrongly misinterpret their results report their results selectively cite the literature selectively and draw unjustified conclusions We should be appalled Yet numerous studies of the medical literature in both general and specialist journals have shown that all of the above phenomena are common This is surely a scandal

bull BMJ 1994308283-284 (29 January)

CLOSING STATEMENTCALL TO ACTION

Max Planck QuoteldquoA scientific truth does not triumph by

convincing its opponents and making them see the light but rather because its opponents eventually die and a new

generation grows up that is familiar with itrdquo

  • BIBLICAL FOUNDATION THAT INSPIRED MY DOCTORAL THESIS Viscero-Spinal and Spino-Visceral Syndromes Palpatory and Radiological Findings and Spinal Manipulative Therapy Vertebra By Vertebra Nerve By Nerve Clinical Management Couresowork amp Patient Education Visual Software Design Dedicated to JULIANA FARIDI Who Died In My Lap as a result of an undetected uncorrected Atlanto-Axial Subluxation which caused Hangmanrsquos Fracture at the Atlas Axis Vertebra The devastating effects of an undetected uncorrected subluxation Is loss of human life ndash In this case the life of my daughter
  • Slide 2
  • Slide 3
  • Slide 4
  • OPENING STATEMENT
  • Purpose of Sharing this Information
  • Slide 7
  • Slide 8
  • Slide 9
  • The Edwin Smith Papyrus
  • Slide 11
  • Slide 12
  • Slide 13
  • Decades Of Scientific Validation Based on a Foundation of Two Millennia
  • Slide 15
  • Slide 16
  • Expand Font Size Of Text Below Split in 3 or more Slides
  • Slide 18
  • Slide 19
  • Slide 20
  • Expand Font Size Of Text Below Split
  • 1867 James Paget Cases that bonesetters cure BMJ JANUARY 5 1867
  • 1887-1896 James Mackenzie Some Points Bearing on the Association of Sensory Disorders and Visceral Disease
  • 1893 Henry Head
  • Text From Head Article
  • Slide 26
  • Expand Font Size Of Text Below Split text into 2 slides
  • Slide 28
  • 1907 Louisa Burns Viscero-Somatic and Somato Visceral Spinal Reflexes (Hypothesis - Case Study ndash Animal Study Human Study Consensus) ndash 1927 (17 years per Institute of Medicine)
  • Expand Font Size Of Text Below Split text into Several slides PLEASE RETYPE
  • Slide 31
  • Slide 32
  • Slide 33
  • 1935 Sherrington Noble Prizes in Physiology and Medicine
  • Slide 35
  • 1967 Chester Wilk AMA Found Guilty of Conspiracy and Fraud
  • Slide 37
  • John J Bonica
  • 1975 Elizabeth Lomax Comments On Her Findings Based on 250 Year Literature Review
  • 1976 Irvin M Korr
  • Slide 41
  • 1979 Irvin M Korr (Part 2)
  • Slide 43
  • 1979 Irvin M Korr (Part 3)
  • Slide 45
  • 1981 Irvin M Korr (Part 4)
  • Slide 47
  • 1983 Myron Beal Viscerosomtic Reflexes Review of the Literature tabulating 142 Studiesby Author and Vertebral Segment
  • 1983 Myron Beal Viscerosomtic Reflexes Review of the Literature tabulating 142 Studies by Author and Vertebral Segment
  • Slide 50
  • John McM Mennel MD
  • 1992 ndash 2002 Nikolai Bogduk
  • 2000 Burns Centenary Appreciation Findings Presented in 1899 confirmed April 2000 JAOA Vol100 No4 p259-264
  • 2004 Sherrington Centenary Appreciation Noble Prize winning Findings which were buried by the AMA Presented in 1904 confirmed
  • Slide 55
  • Slide 56
  • RICHARD SMITH Ed BMJ Where is the Wisdom The Poverty of Medical Evidence
  • Editorials The scandal of poor medical research
  • CLOSING STATEMENT CALL TO ACTION
Page 2: Tariq Faridi Palmer Palmer South January15

Ephesians 415-16 But speaking the truth in love may grow up into him in all things which is the head even Christ 16 From whom the whole body fitly joined together and compacted by that which every joint supplieth according to the effectual working in the measure of every part maketh increase of the body unto the edifying of itself in loveColossians 219 And not holding the Head from which all the body by joints and bands having nourishment ministered and knit together increaseth with the increase of God

(Also see Romans 121-2) Without a corrected Subluxation there is no transformationHebrews 412 For the word of God is quick and powerful and sharper than any twoedged sword piercing even to the dividing asunder of soul and spirit and of the joints and marrow and is a discerner of the thoughts and intents of the heart1 Thessalonians 523 And the very God of peace sanctify you wholly and I pray God your whole spirit and soul and body be preserved blameless unto the coming of our Lord Jesus Christ

16th to 19th Century Scientific Foundation The Correlation between Somatic Dysfunction

And Visceral DiseaseBy

Tariq J Faridi

OPENING STATEMENT

Purpose of Sharing this Information

Purpose of Sharing this Information

Show the scientific foundation Chiropractic was laid onbull so that you can have confidence in the scientific validation of the

link between subluxations and visceral diseasebull what two moderately trained hands can do in restoring the

memory of wholeness and awaken the innate intelligence for the body to heal itself

bull that you have the confidence in yourself and impart it to your patients so that they can be confident in and passionate about chiropractic as the best insurance for the detection prevention and reversal of chronic conditions before they occur

bull that you can detect and reverse them before they even become symptomatic

bull Objectives

bull Antiquarian research and 16th to 20th century scientific research validating the link between somatic dysfunction and visceral disease

bull Scientific Validation of 110 years of chiropractic adjustment and reversal of visceral disease

bull Evidence-based patient education`34

bull Ephesians 415-16 But speaking the truth in love may grow up into him in all things which is the head even Christ 16 From whom the whole body fitly joined together and compacted by that which every joint supplieth according to the effectual working in the measure of every part maketh increase of the body unto the edifying of itself in love

bull Colossians 219 And not holding the Head from which all the body by joints and bands having nourishment ministered and knit together increaseth with the increase of God

bull (Also see Romans 121-2) Without a corrected Subluxation there is no transformation

Ephesians 416 From ltekgt whom lthosgt the whole ltpasgt body ltsomagt fitly joined together ltsunarmologeogt and ltkaigt compacted ltsumbibazogt by ltdiagt that which every ltpasgt joint lthaphegt supplieth ltepichoregiagt according ltkatagt to the effectual working ltenergeiagt in ltengt the measure ltmetrongt of every lthekastosgt part ltheisgt ltmerosgt maketh ltpoieogt increase ltauxesisgt of the body ltsomagt unto lteisgt the edifying ltoikodomegt of itself ltheautougt in ltengt love ltagapegt

BIBLICAL TERMINOLOGY FOR CHIROPRACTIC ADJUSTMENT

JOINED TOGETHER Sunarmologeo from 4862 and a derivative of a compound of 719 and 3004 (in its original sense of laying) to render

close-jointed together ie organize compactly--be fitly framed (joined) togetherCOMPACTED Sumbibazo from 4862 and bibazo (to force causative (by reduplication) of the base of 939) to drive together ie unite (in association or affection) (mentally) to infer show teach--compact assuredly gather intrust knit together prove (See Greek 4862 See Greek 939)JOINTS (HAPHE) from 680 probably a ligament (as fastening)--jointBANDS from 4862 and 1199 a joint tie ie ligament (figuratively) uniting principle control--band bond

The Edwin Smith Papyrus

Decades Of Scientific ValidationBased on a Foundation of Two Millennia

Avicenna Ambroise Pareacute Galenz

1741 Nicholas Andry Writes Patient Education Book

on Scoliosis Prevention for Parents

Expand Font SizeOf Text Below Split in 3 or more Slides

The word lsquoorthopaediarsquo was devised by a Parisian paediatrician Nicholas Andry who was Professor of Medicine at the University of

Paris and also Senior Dean of the Faculty of Physik In 1741 he published a book entitled lsquoOrthopaedia or The Art of Correcting and

Preventing Deformities in Children By such means that may be easily put into Correcting and Preventing Deformities in Children By

such means that may easily be put into practice by parents themselves and all such as are employed in Educating Childrenrsquo In the preface he stated ldquoAs to the title I have formed it of two Greek

words viz Ỏρθος straight and Πάίδον a child Out of the two words I have compounded that of Orthopaedia to express in one term the

design I propose which is to teach the different methods of preventing and correcting the deformities of childrenrdquo His method for correcting excessive curvature of a childrsquos leg was ldquoto apply as soon

as possible a small plate of iron on the hollow side of the leg and fasten it about the leg with a linen roller In a word the same method must be used in this case for recovering the shape of the leg as is

used for making straight the crooked trunk of a young treerdquo

Sir Nicholas Andry published at the age of 81

Orthopaedia The Art of Correcting and Preventing Deformities in Children

1867 James Paget Warns MDs of the cases DCs will cure which will take away their Income

Expand Font SizeOf Text Below Split

ldquoAFTER systematic lectures on the chief injuries of the bones and joints it may be useful if I try to enforce by particular illustrations some of the general principles that I stated and it may secure your attention if I use the form of speaking of the Cases that Bone-setters Cure For few of you are likely to practise without having a bone-setter for an enemy and if he can cure a case which you have failed to cure his fortune may be made and yours marredrdquo

1867 James Paget Cases that bonesetters cure BMJ JANUARY 5 1867

1887-1896 James MackenzieSome Points Bearing on the Association of Sensory Disorders and Visceral Disease

(Brain 1893 16321-352)

ldquoIn the following pages I deal in a somewhat discursive and desultory manner with the result of several yearslsquo enquiry into the symptoms

evoked in the sensory nervous system by disease of the viscera For many years the subject has been present in my mind and although for a long time I could not appreciate the value of all the phenomena yet by carefully noticing each circumstance in every case and by grouping the symptoms together I formulated for myself certain tentative laws of a somewhat vague nature trusting that with extended experience these

would become more denned and be of a less general nature What I have published on this subject does not fully accord with the results obtained

by Dr Head2 and although in many respects his results are more reliable than mine there are a few points on which we are in conflictrdquo

1893 Henry Head Thesis DISTURBANCES OF SENSATION

WITH SPECIAL REFERENCE TO THE PAIN OF VISCERAL DISEASE

(Sherringtonrsquos Friend includes Sherringtonrsquos unpublished findings)

Text From Head Article

Text From Head Article

Expand Font SizeOf Text Below Splittext into 2 slides

1905 CS Sherrington ndash Integrative Action of the

Nervous System and 37 Papers ndash Nobel Prize

In the year 1883 a legacy of $80000 was left to the President and Fellows of Yale College in the city of New Haven to be held in trust as a gift for her children in memory of their beloved and honored mother Mrs Hepsa Ely Silliman

On this foundation Yale College was requested and directed to establish an annual course of lectures designed to illustrate the presence and providence the wisdom and goodness of God as manifested in the natural and moral world

1907 Louisa BurnsViscero-Somatic and Somato Visceral Spinal Reflexes

(Hypothesis - Case Study ndash Animal Study Human Study Consensus) ndash 1927

(17 years per Institute of Medicine)

Expand Font SizeOf Text Below Split

text into Several slides PLEASE RETYPE

Expand Font SizeOf Text Below Split

text into Several slides PLEASE RETYPE

1933 Neville T UssherSpinal curvatures -- visceral disturbances

in relation thereto

1935 Sherrington Noble Prizes in Physiology and Medicine

bull CONVERT SLIDE BELOW INTO THREE SLIDES ONE WITH JUDGE

bull SUSANbull GETZENDANNERbull LADY IN GLASSES

BELOW

1967 Chester Wilk

AMA Found Guilty of Conspiracy and Fraud The suit claimed that the defendants had participated for years in an illegal conspiracy to destroy chiropractic On August 24 1987 after endless wrangling in the courts

US District Court judge Susan Getzendanner ruled that the AMA and its officials were guilty as charged of attempting to eliminate the chiropractic profession

The AMA offered a patient care defense however data from Workmens Compensation Bureau studies served to validate chiropractic care Specifically studies comparing chiropractic

care to care by a medical physician were presented which showed that chiropractors were ldquotwice as effective as

medical physicians for comparable injuries in returning injured workers to work at every level of injury severityrdquoEvidence at the trial showed that the defendants took active steps often covert to undermine chiropractic educational

institutions conceal evidence of the usefulness of chiropractic care undercut insurance programs for patients of chiropractors subvert government inquiries into the efficacy of chiropractic engage in a massive disinformation campaign to

discredit and destabilize the chiropractic profession and engage in numerous other activities to maintain a medical

physician monopoly over health care in this country

Chester Wilk

Attorney G McAndrews

John J Bonica

Bonica JJ Autonomic Innervation of the Viscera in Relation to Nerve

Block Anesthesiology 29293-813 Jul-Aug 68

1975 Elizabeth Lomax Comments On Her Findings Based on 250 Year Literature

Review

Research Status of Spinal Manipulative Therapy in 1975 historian Elizabeth Lomax MD presented her findings to the US government stating that as a result of her two hundred and fifty year scrutiny of scientific literature the physician

could clinch the diagnosis by finding tenderness in the appropriate vertebra

She Studied Articles Published between 1725 and 1975 (referenced the works by Andre Nicholas to Osler Head

Sherrington and Pre Beal Authors

1976 Irvin M Korr (Part 1)

The Spinal Cord as the Organizer of Disease

Processes Some Preliminary

Perspectives

1979 Irvin M Korr (Part 2)

The Spinal Cord as the Organizer of Disease

Processes The Peripheral Autonomic

Nervous System

1979 Irvin M Korr (Part 3)

The Spinal Cord as the Organizer of Disease

Processes Hyperactivity of sympathetic innervation

as a common factor in disease

1981 Irvin M Korr (Part 4)

The Spinal Cord as the Organizer of Disease Processes Axonal

transport and neurotrophic function in relation to somatic dysfunction

1983 Myron Beal Viscerosomtic Reflexes Review of the Literature

tabulating 142 Studiesby Author and Vertebral Segment

1983 Myron Beal Viscerosomtic Reflexes Review of the Literature

tabulating 142 Studies by Author and Vertebral Segment

1983 Myron Beal Viscerosomtic Reflexes Review of the Literature

tabulating 142 Studies by Author and Vertebral Segment

John McM Mennel MD

bull In a paper Understanding Manipulative Medicine in General Practice published in JMPT in 1989 states Then suddenly we find ourselves in practice where 80 of our patients complain to us for some sort of musculo-skeletal pain 80 may sound high yet remember that visceral and systemic diseases very frequently manifest themselves initially as musculoskeletal painldquo

bull Again John McM Mennel concludes his article as follows Joint dysfunction is not only a diagnosis but an early sign of visceral and systemic diseases

1992 ndash 2002 Nikolai Bogdukbull Only Structures Innervated by c1-c3 are known to cause Migrainesbull Example of Headache Pills ndash Imitrex ndash Naproxen ndash 2

ldquoCervicogenic headache is pain perceived in the head but referred from a primary sourcen in the cervical spine The physiologic basis for this pain is convergence between trigeminal afferents and afferents from the upper three cervical spinal nerves The possible sources of cervicogenic headache lie in the structures innervated by the C1 to C3 spinal nerves and include the upper cervical synovial joints the upper cervical muscles the C2-3 disc the vertebral and internal carotid arteries and the dura mater of the upper spinal cord and posterior cranial fossa Experiments in normal volunteers have established that the cervical muscles and joints can be sources of headacherdquo

bull Bogduk Nikolai The anatomical basis for cervicogenic headache JMPT 1567-70 January 1992

bull Bogduk N Curr Pain Headache Rep Cervicogenic headache anatomic basis and pathophysiologic mechanisms 2001 Aug5(4)382-6

Abstract The neuroanatomical basis for cervicogenic headache is convergence in the trigeminocervical nucleus between nociceptive afferents from the field of the trigemenial nerve and the receptive fields of the first three cervical nerves Only structures innervated by C1-C3 have been shown to be capable of causing headache These are the muscles joints and ligaments of the upper three cervical segments but also include the dura mater of the spinal cord and posterior cranial fossa and the vertebral artery

2000 Burns Centenary Appreciation

Findings Presented in 1899 confirmed

April 2000 JAOA Vol100 No4 p259-264

2004 Sherrington Centenary Appreciation Noble Prize winning

Findings which were buried by the AMA Presented in 1904 confirmed

In 1906 Sir Charles Sherrington published The Integrative Action of the Nervous System which was a collection of ten lectures delivered two years before at Yale University in the United States In this monograph

Sherrington summarized two decades of painstaking experimental observations and his incisive interpretation of them It settled the then-

current debate between the lsquolsquoReticular Theoryrsquorsquo versus lsquolsquoNeuron Doctrinersquorsquo ideas about the fundamental nature of the nervous system in mammals in favor of the latter and it changed forever the way in which subsequent generations have viewed the organization of the central

nervous system Sherringtonrsquos magnum opus contains basic concepts and even terminology that are now second nature to every student of the subject This brief article reviews the historical context in which the book was written summarizes its content and considers its impact on

Neurology and Neuroscience

2004 Sherrington Centenary Appreciation Noble Prize winning

Findings which were buried by the AMA Presented in 1904 confirmed

lsquo he is the scientistrsquos philosopher because he had advanced natural knowledge himself by skilled observation and experiment by 50 yearsrsquo

unremitting work in the laboratory and because his own interpretation of his discoveries had given a new extension to the biologistrsquos outlook Physiologists will know this well enough To those who have had to struggle with the mass of detailed material about the brain and cord

Sherringtonrsquos Integrative Action of the Nervous System brings order out of chaos it is hard reading at first because every sentence is charged with meaning some of it direct enough but some reaching out to half formed pictures of wider landscape Though it was published in 1906 it

is still as refreshing as it was then It has needed no revision but Sherringtonrsquos experimental work went on at high pressure for another 30

years filling in the gaps and strengthening the framework rsquo

SPEND FOUR HOURS TRAINING CArsquoS

going over article summaries to build their confidence in

Chiropractic

RICHARD SMITH Ed BMJ

Where is the Wisdom The Poverty of Medical Evidence

Where is the wisdom we have lost in knowledge and where asked T S Eliot is the knowledge we have lost in information There are perhaps 30000 biomedical journals in the world and they have grown steadily by 7 a year since the seventeenth century [1 2] Yet only about 15 of medical interventions are supported by solid scientific evidence David Eddy professor of health policy and management at Duke University North Carolina told a conference in Manchester last week

This is partly because only 1 of the articles in medical journals are scientifically sound [2 3] and partly because many treatments have never been assessed at all If said Professor Eddy it is true as the total quality management gurus tell us that lsquoevery defect is a treasurersquo then we are sitting on King Solomons mineldquo

BMJ 1991 (Oct 5)303798ndash9

Editorials The scandal of poor medical research

bull We need less research better research and research done for the right reasons

bull What should we think about a doctor who uses the wrong treatment either willfully or through ignorance or who uses the right treatment wrongly (such as by giving the wrong dose of a drug) Most people would agree that such behavior was unprofessional arguably unethical and certainly unacceptable

bull What then should we think about researchers who use the wrong techniques (either willfully or in ignorance) use the right techniques wrongly misinterpret their results report their results selectively cite the literature selectively and draw unjustified conclusions We should be appalled Yet numerous studies of the medical literature in both general and specialist journals have shown that all of the above phenomena are common This is surely a scandal

bull BMJ 1994308283-284 (29 January)

CLOSING STATEMENTCALL TO ACTION

Max Planck QuoteldquoA scientific truth does not triumph by

convincing its opponents and making them see the light but rather because its opponents eventually die and a new

generation grows up that is familiar with itrdquo

  • BIBLICAL FOUNDATION THAT INSPIRED MY DOCTORAL THESIS Viscero-Spinal and Spino-Visceral Syndromes Palpatory and Radiological Findings and Spinal Manipulative Therapy Vertebra By Vertebra Nerve By Nerve Clinical Management Couresowork amp Patient Education Visual Software Design Dedicated to JULIANA FARIDI Who Died In My Lap as a result of an undetected uncorrected Atlanto-Axial Subluxation which caused Hangmanrsquos Fracture at the Atlas Axis Vertebra The devastating effects of an undetected uncorrected subluxation Is loss of human life ndash In this case the life of my daughter
  • Slide 2
  • Slide 3
  • Slide 4
  • OPENING STATEMENT
  • Purpose of Sharing this Information
  • Slide 7
  • Slide 8
  • Slide 9
  • The Edwin Smith Papyrus
  • Slide 11
  • Slide 12
  • Slide 13
  • Decades Of Scientific Validation Based on a Foundation of Two Millennia
  • Slide 15
  • Slide 16
  • Expand Font Size Of Text Below Split in 3 or more Slides
  • Slide 18
  • Slide 19
  • Slide 20
  • Expand Font Size Of Text Below Split
  • 1867 James Paget Cases that bonesetters cure BMJ JANUARY 5 1867
  • 1887-1896 James Mackenzie Some Points Bearing on the Association of Sensory Disorders and Visceral Disease
  • 1893 Henry Head
  • Text From Head Article
  • Slide 26
  • Expand Font Size Of Text Below Split text into 2 slides
  • Slide 28
  • 1907 Louisa Burns Viscero-Somatic and Somato Visceral Spinal Reflexes (Hypothesis - Case Study ndash Animal Study Human Study Consensus) ndash 1927 (17 years per Institute of Medicine)
  • Expand Font Size Of Text Below Split text into Several slides PLEASE RETYPE
  • Slide 31
  • Slide 32
  • Slide 33
  • 1935 Sherrington Noble Prizes in Physiology and Medicine
  • Slide 35
  • 1967 Chester Wilk AMA Found Guilty of Conspiracy and Fraud
  • Slide 37
  • John J Bonica
  • 1975 Elizabeth Lomax Comments On Her Findings Based on 250 Year Literature Review
  • 1976 Irvin M Korr
  • Slide 41
  • 1979 Irvin M Korr (Part 2)
  • Slide 43
  • 1979 Irvin M Korr (Part 3)
  • Slide 45
  • 1981 Irvin M Korr (Part 4)
  • Slide 47
  • 1983 Myron Beal Viscerosomtic Reflexes Review of the Literature tabulating 142 Studiesby Author and Vertebral Segment
  • 1983 Myron Beal Viscerosomtic Reflexes Review of the Literature tabulating 142 Studies by Author and Vertebral Segment
  • Slide 50
  • John McM Mennel MD
  • 1992 ndash 2002 Nikolai Bogduk
  • 2000 Burns Centenary Appreciation Findings Presented in 1899 confirmed April 2000 JAOA Vol100 No4 p259-264
  • 2004 Sherrington Centenary Appreciation Noble Prize winning Findings which were buried by the AMA Presented in 1904 confirmed
  • Slide 55
  • Slide 56
  • RICHARD SMITH Ed BMJ Where is the Wisdom The Poverty of Medical Evidence
  • Editorials The scandal of poor medical research
  • CLOSING STATEMENT CALL TO ACTION
Page 3: Tariq Faridi Palmer Palmer South January15

(Also see Romans 121-2) Without a corrected Subluxation there is no transformationHebrews 412 For the word of God is quick and powerful and sharper than any twoedged sword piercing even to the dividing asunder of soul and spirit and of the joints and marrow and is a discerner of the thoughts and intents of the heart1 Thessalonians 523 And the very God of peace sanctify you wholly and I pray God your whole spirit and soul and body be preserved blameless unto the coming of our Lord Jesus Christ

16th to 19th Century Scientific Foundation The Correlation between Somatic Dysfunction

And Visceral DiseaseBy

Tariq J Faridi

OPENING STATEMENT

Purpose of Sharing this Information

Purpose of Sharing this Information

Show the scientific foundation Chiropractic was laid onbull so that you can have confidence in the scientific validation of the

link between subluxations and visceral diseasebull what two moderately trained hands can do in restoring the

memory of wholeness and awaken the innate intelligence for the body to heal itself

bull that you have the confidence in yourself and impart it to your patients so that they can be confident in and passionate about chiropractic as the best insurance for the detection prevention and reversal of chronic conditions before they occur

bull that you can detect and reverse them before they even become symptomatic

bull Objectives

bull Antiquarian research and 16th to 20th century scientific research validating the link between somatic dysfunction and visceral disease

bull Scientific Validation of 110 years of chiropractic adjustment and reversal of visceral disease

bull Evidence-based patient education`34

bull Ephesians 415-16 But speaking the truth in love may grow up into him in all things which is the head even Christ 16 From whom the whole body fitly joined together and compacted by that which every joint supplieth according to the effectual working in the measure of every part maketh increase of the body unto the edifying of itself in love

bull Colossians 219 And not holding the Head from which all the body by joints and bands having nourishment ministered and knit together increaseth with the increase of God

bull (Also see Romans 121-2) Without a corrected Subluxation there is no transformation

Ephesians 416 From ltekgt whom lthosgt the whole ltpasgt body ltsomagt fitly joined together ltsunarmologeogt and ltkaigt compacted ltsumbibazogt by ltdiagt that which every ltpasgt joint lthaphegt supplieth ltepichoregiagt according ltkatagt to the effectual working ltenergeiagt in ltengt the measure ltmetrongt of every lthekastosgt part ltheisgt ltmerosgt maketh ltpoieogt increase ltauxesisgt of the body ltsomagt unto lteisgt the edifying ltoikodomegt of itself ltheautougt in ltengt love ltagapegt

BIBLICAL TERMINOLOGY FOR CHIROPRACTIC ADJUSTMENT

JOINED TOGETHER Sunarmologeo from 4862 and a derivative of a compound of 719 and 3004 (in its original sense of laying) to render

close-jointed together ie organize compactly--be fitly framed (joined) togetherCOMPACTED Sumbibazo from 4862 and bibazo (to force causative (by reduplication) of the base of 939) to drive together ie unite (in association or affection) (mentally) to infer show teach--compact assuredly gather intrust knit together prove (See Greek 4862 See Greek 939)JOINTS (HAPHE) from 680 probably a ligament (as fastening)--jointBANDS from 4862 and 1199 a joint tie ie ligament (figuratively) uniting principle control--band bond

The Edwin Smith Papyrus

Decades Of Scientific ValidationBased on a Foundation of Two Millennia

Avicenna Ambroise Pareacute Galenz

1741 Nicholas Andry Writes Patient Education Book

on Scoliosis Prevention for Parents

Expand Font SizeOf Text Below Split in 3 or more Slides

The word lsquoorthopaediarsquo was devised by a Parisian paediatrician Nicholas Andry who was Professor of Medicine at the University of

Paris and also Senior Dean of the Faculty of Physik In 1741 he published a book entitled lsquoOrthopaedia or The Art of Correcting and

Preventing Deformities in Children By such means that may be easily put into Correcting and Preventing Deformities in Children By

such means that may easily be put into practice by parents themselves and all such as are employed in Educating Childrenrsquo In the preface he stated ldquoAs to the title I have formed it of two Greek

words viz Ỏρθος straight and Πάίδον a child Out of the two words I have compounded that of Orthopaedia to express in one term the

design I propose which is to teach the different methods of preventing and correcting the deformities of childrenrdquo His method for correcting excessive curvature of a childrsquos leg was ldquoto apply as soon

as possible a small plate of iron on the hollow side of the leg and fasten it about the leg with a linen roller In a word the same method must be used in this case for recovering the shape of the leg as is

used for making straight the crooked trunk of a young treerdquo

Sir Nicholas Andry published at the age of 81

Orthopaedia The Art of Correcting and Preventing Deformities in Children

1867 James Paget Warns MDs of the cases DCs will cure which will take away their Income

Expand Font SizeOf Text Below Split

ldquoAFTER systematic lectures on the chief injuries of the bones and joints it may be useful if I try to enforce by particular illustrations some of the general principles that I stated and it may secure your attention if I use the form of speaking of the Cases that Bone-setters Cure For few of you are likely to practise without having a bone-setter for an enemy and if he can cure a case which you have failed to cure his fortune may be made and yours marredrdquo

1867 James Paget Cases that bonesetters cure BMJ JANUARY 5 1867

1887-1896 James MackenzieSome Points Bearing on the Association of Sensory Disorders and Visceral Disease

(Brain 1893 16321-352)

ldquoIn the following pages I deal in a somewhat discursive and desultory manner with the result of several yearslsquo enquiry into the symptoms

evoked in the sensory nervous system by disease of the viscera For many years the subject has been present in my mind and although for a long time I could not appreciate the value of all the phenomena yet by carefully noticing each circumstance in every case and by grouping the symptoms together I formulated for myself certain tentative laws of a somewhat vague nature trusting that with extended experience these

would become more denned and be of a less general nature What I have published on this subject does not fully accord with the results obtained

by Dr Head2 and although in many respects his results are more reliable than mine there are a few points on which we are in conflictrdquo

1893 Henry Head Thesis DISTURBANCES OF SENSATION

WITH SPECIAL REFERENCE TO THE PAIN OF VISCERAL DISEASE

(Sherringtonrsquos Friend includes Sherringtonrsquos unpublished findings)

Text From Head Article

Text From Head Article

Expand Font SizeOf Text Below Splittext into 2 slides

1905 CS Sherrington ndash Integrative Action of the

Nervous System and 37 Papers ndash Nobel Prize

In the year 1883 a legacy of $80000 was left to the President and Fellows of Yale College in the city of New Haven to be held in trust as a gift for her children in memory of their beloved and honored mother Mrs Hepsa Ely Silliman

On this foundation Yale College was requested and directed to establish an annual course of lectures designed to illustrate the presence and providence the wisdom and goodness of God as manifested in the natural and moral world

1907 Louisa BurnsViscero-Somatic and Somato Visceral Spinal Reflexes

(Hypothesis - Case Study ndash Animal Study Human Study Consensus) ndash 1927

(17 years per Institute of Medicine)

Expand Font SizeOf Text Below Split

text into Several slides PLEASE RETYPE

Expand Font SizeOf Text Below Split

text into Several slides PLEASE RETYPE

1933 Neville T UssherSpinal curvatures -- visceral disturbances

in relation thereto

1935 Sherrington Noble Prizes in Physiology and Medicine

bull CONVERT SLIDE BELOW INTO THREE SLIDES ONE WITH JUDGE

bull SUSANbull GETZENDANNERbull LADY IN GLASSES

BELOW

1967 Chester Wilk

AMA Found Guilty of Conspiracy and Fraud The suit claimed that the defendants had participated for years in an illegal conspiracy to destroy chiropractic On August 24 1987 after endless wrangling in the courts

US District Court judge Susan Getzendanner ruled that the AMA and its officials were guilty as charged of attempting to eliminate the chiropractic profession

The AMA offered a patient care defense however data from Workmens Compensation Bureau studies served to validate chiropractic care Specifically studies comparing chiropractic

care to care by a medical physician were presented which showed that chiropractors were ldquotwice as effective as

medical physicians for comparable injuries in returning injured workers to work at every level of injury severityrdquoEvidence at the trial showed that the defendants took active steps often covert to undermine chiropractic educational

institutions conceal evidence of the usefulness of chiropractic care undercut insurance programs for patients of chiropractors subvert government inquiries into the efficacy of chiropractic engage in a massive disinformation campaign to

discredit and destabilize the chiropractic profession and engage in numerous other activities to maintain a medical

physician monopoly over health care in this country

Chester Wilk

Attorney G McAndrews

John J Bonica

Bonica JJ Autonomic Innervation of the Viscera in Relation to Nerve

Block Anesthesiology 29293-813 Jul-Aug 68

1975 Elizabeth Lomax Comments On Her Findings Based on 250 Year Literature

Review

Research Status of Spinal Manipulative Therapy in 1975 historian Elizabeth Lomax MD presented her findings to the US government stating that as a result of her two hundred and fifty year scrutiny of scientific literature the physician

could clinch the diagnosis by finding tenderness in the appropriate vertebra

She Studied Articles Published between 1725 and 1975 (referenced the works by Andre Nicholas to Osler Head

Sherrington and Pre Beal Authors

1976 Irvin M Korr (Part 1)

The Spinal Cord as the Organizer of Disease

Processes Some Preliminary

Perspectives

1979 Irvin M Korr (Part 2)

The Spinal Cord as the Organizer of Disease

Processes The Peripheral Autonomic

Nervous System

1979 Irvin M Korr (Part 3)

The Spinal Cord as the Organizer of Disease

Processes Hyperactivity of sympathetic innervation

as a common factor in disease

1981 Irvin M Korr (Part 4)

The Spinal Cord as the Organizer of Disease Processes Axonal

transport and neurotrophic function in relation to somatic dysfunction

1983 Myron Beal Viscerosomtic Reflexes Review of the Literature

tabulating 142 Studiesby Author and Vertebral Segment

1983 Myron Beal Viscerosomtic Reflexes Review of the Literature

tabulating 142 Studies by Author and Vertebral Segment

1983 Myron Beal Viscerosomtic Reflexes Review of the Literature

tabulating 142 Studies by Author and Vertebral Segment

John McM Mennel MD

bull In a paper Understanding Manipulative Medicine in General Practice published in JMPT in 1989 states Then suddenly we find ourselves in practice where 80 of our patients complain to us for some sort of musculo-skeletal pain 80 may sound high yet remember that visceral and systemic diseases very frequently manifest themselves initially as musculoskeletal painldquo

bull Again John McM Mennel concludes his article as follows Joint dysfunction is not only a diagnosis but an early sign of visceral and systemic diseases

1992 ndash 2002 Nikolai Bogdukbull Only Structures Innervated by c1-c3 are known to cause Migrainesbull Example of Headache Pills ndash Imitrex ndash Naproxen ndash 2

ldquoCervicogenic headache is pain perceived in the head but referred from a primary sourcen in the cervical spine The physiologic basis for this pain is convergence between trigeminal afferents and afferents from the upper three cervical spinal nerves The possible sources of cervicogenic headache lie in the structures innervated by the C1 to C3 spinal nerves and include the upper cervical synovial joints the upper cervical muscles the C2-3 disc the vertebral and internal carotid arteries and the dura mater of the upper spinal cord and posterior cranial fossa Experiments in normal volunteers have established that the cervical muscles and joints can be sources of headacherdquo

bull Bogduk Nikolai The anatomical basis for cervicogenic headache JMPT 1567-70 January 1992

bull Bogduk N Curr Pain Headache Rep Cervicogenic headache anatomic basis and pathophysiologic mechanisms 2001 Aug5(4)382-6

Abstract The neuroanatomical basis for cervicogenic headache is convergence in the trigeminocervical nucleus between nociceptive afferents from the field of the trigemenial nerve and the receptive fields of the first three cervical nerves Only structures innervated by C1-C3 have been shown to be capable of causing headache These are the muscles joints and ligaments of the upper three cervical segments but also include the dura mater of the spinal cord and posterior cranial fossa and the vertebral artery

2000 Burns Centenary Appreciation

Findings Presented in 1899 confirmed

April 2000 JAOA Vol100 No4 p259-264

2004 Sherrington Centenary Appreciation Noble Prize winning

Findings which were buried by the AMA Presented in 1904 confirmed

In 1906 Sir Charles Sherrington published The Integrative Action of the Nervous System which was a collection of ten lectures delivered two years before at Yale University in the United States In this monograph

Sherrington summarized two decades of painstaking experimental observations and his incisive interpretation of them It settled the then-

current debate between the lsquolsquoReticular Theoryrsquorsquo versus lsquolsquoNeuron Doctrinersquorsquo ideas about the fundamental nature of the nervous system in mammals in favor of the latter and it changed forever the way in which subsequent generations have viewed the organization of the central

nervous system Sherringtonrsquos magnum opus contains basic concepts and even terminology that are now second nature to every student of the subject This brief article reviews the historical context in which the book was written summarizes its content and considers its impact on

Neurology and Neuroscience

2004 Sherrington Centenary Appreciation Noble Prize winning

Findings which were buried by the AMA Presented in 1904 confirmed

lsquo he is the scientistrsquos philosopher because he had advanced natural knowledge himself by skilled observation and experiment by 50 yearsrsquo

unremitting work in the laboratory and because his own interpretation of his discoveries had given a new extension to the biologistrsquos outlook Physiologists will know this well enough To those who have had to struggle with the mass of detailed material about the brain and cord

Sherringtonrsquos Integrative Action of the Nervous System brings order out of chaos it is hard reading at first because every sentence is charged with meaning some of it direct enough but some reaching out to half formed pictures of wider landscape Though it was published in 1906 it

is still as refreshing as it was then It has needed no revision but Sherringtonrsquos experimental work went on at high pressure for another 30

years filling in the gaps and strengthening the framework rsquo

SPEND FOUR HOURS TRAINING CArsquoS

going over article summaries to build their confidence in

Chiropractic

RICHARD SMITH Ed BMJ

Where is the Wisdom The Poverty of Medical Evidence

Where is the wisdom we have lost in knowledge and where asked T S Eliot is the knowledge we have lost in information There are perhaps 30000 biomedical journals in the world and they have grown steadily by 7 a year since the seventeenth century [1 2] Yet only about 15 of medical interventions are supported by solid scientific evidence David Eddy professor of health policy and management at Duke University North Carolina told a conference in Manchester last week

This is partly because only 1 of the articles in medical journals are scientifically sound [2 3] and partly because many treatments have never been assessed at all If said Professor Eddy it is true as the total quality management gurus tell us that lsquoevery defect is a treasurersquo then we are sitting on King Solomons mineldquo

BMJ 1991 (Oct 5)303798ndash9

Editorials The scandal of poor medical research

bull We need less research better research and research done for the right reasons

bull What should we think about a doctor who uses the wrong treatment either willfully or through ignorance or who uses the right treatment wrongly (such as by giving the wrong dose of a drug) Most people would agree that such behavior was unprofessional arguably unethical and certainly unacceptable

bull What then should we think about researchers who use the wrong techniques (either willfully or in ignorance) use the right techniques wrongly misinterpret their results report their results selectively cite the literature selectively and draw unjustified conclusions We should be appalled Yet numerous studies of the medical literature in both general and specialist journals have shown that all of the above phenomena are common This is surely a scandal

bull BMJ 1994308283-284 (29 January)

CLOSING STATEMENTCALL TO ACTION

Max Planck QuoteldquoA scientific truth does not triumph by

convincing its opponents and making them see the light but rather because its opponents eventually die and a new

generation grows up that is familiar with itrdquo

  • BIBLICAL FOUNDATION THAT INSPIRED MY DOCTORAL THESIS Viscero-Spinal and Spino-Visceral Syndromes Palpatory and Radiological Findings and Spinal Manipulative Therapy Vertebra By Vertebra Nerve By Nerve Clinical Management Couresowork amp Patient Education Visual Software Design Dedicated to JULIANA FARIDI Who Died In My Lap as a result of an undetected uncorrected Atlanto-Axial Subluxation which caused Hangmanrsquos Fracture at the Atlas Axis Vertebra The devastating effects of an undetected uncorrected subluxation Is loss of human life ndash In this case the life of my daughter
  • Slide 2
  • Slide 3
  • Slide 4
  • OPENING STATEMENT
  • Purpose of Sharing this Information
  • Slide 7
  • Slide 8
  • Slide 9
  • The Edwin Smith Papyrus
  • Slide 11
  • Slide 12
  • Slide 13
  • Decades Of Scientific Validation Based on a Foundation of Two Millennia
  • Slide 15
  • Slide 16
  • Expand Font Size Of Text Below Split in 3 or more Slides
  • Slide 18
  • Slide 19
  • Slide 20
  • Expand Font Size Of Text Below Split
  • 1867 James Paget Cases that bonesetters cure BMJ JANUARY 5 1867
  • 1887-1896 James Mackenzie Some Points Bearing on the Association of Sensory Disorders and Visceral Disease
  • 1893 Henry Head
  • Text From Head Article
  • Slide 26
  • Expand Font Size Of Text Below Split text into 2 slides
  • Slide 28
  • 1907 Louisa Burns Viscero-Somatic and Somato Visceral Spinal Reflexes (Hypothesis - Case Study ndash Animal Study Human Study Consensus) ndash 1927 (17 years per Institute of Medicine)
  • Expand Font Size Of Text Below Split text into Several slides PLEASE RETYPE
  • Slide 31
  • Slide 32
  • Slide 33
  • 1935 Sherrington Noble Prizes in Physiology and Medicine
  • Slide 35
  • 1967 Chester Wilk AMA Found Guilty of Conspiracy and Fraud
  • Slide 37
  • John J Bonica
  • 1975 Elizabeth Lomax Comments On Her Findings Based on 250 Year Literature Review
  • 1976 Irvin M Korr
  • Slide 41
  • 1979 Irvin M Korr (Part 2)
  • Slide 43
  • 1979 Irvin M Korr (Part 3)
  • Slide 45
  • 1981 Irvin M Korr (Part 4)
  • Slide 47
  • 1983 Myron Beal Viscerosomtic Reflexes Review of the Literature tabulating 142 Studiesby Author and Vertebral Segment
  • 1983 Myron Beal Viscerosomtic Reflexes Review of the Literature tabulating 142 Studies by Author and Vertebral Segment
  • Slide 50
  • John McM Mennel MD
  • 1992 ndash 2002 Nikolai Bogduk
  • 2000 Burns Centenary Appreciation Findings Presented in 1899 confirmed April 2000 JAOA Vol100 No4 p259-264
  • 2004 Sherrington Centenary Appreciation Noble Prize winning Findings which were buried by the AMA Presented in 1904 confirmed
  • Slide 55
  • Slide 56
  • RICHARD SMITH Ed BMJ Where is the Wisdom The Poverty of Medical Evidence
  • Editorials The scandal of poor medical research
  • CLOSING STATEMENT CALL TO ACTION
Page 4: Tariq Faridi Palmer Palmer South January15

16th to 19th Century Scientific Foundation The Correlation between Somatic Dysfunction

And Visceral DiseaseBy

Tariq J Faridi

OPENING STATEMENT

Purpose of Sharing this Information

Purpose of Sharing this Information

Show the scientific foundation Chiropractic was laid onbull so that you can have confidence in the scientific validation of the

link between subluxations and visceral diseasebull what two moderately trained hands can do in restoring the

memory of wholeness and awaken the innate intelligence for the body to heal itself

bull that you have the confidence in yourself and impart it to your patients so that they can be confident in and passionate about chiropractic as the best insurance for the detection prevention and reversal of chronic conditions before they occur

bull that you can detect and reverse them before they even become symptomatic

bull Objectives

bull Antiquarian research and 16th to 20th century scientific research validating the link between somatic dysfunction and visceral disease

bull Scientific Validation of 110 years of chiropractic adjustment and reversal of visceral disease

bull Evidence-based patient education`34

bull Ephesians 415-16 But speaking the truth in love may grow up into him in all things which is the head even Christ 16 From whom the whole body fitly joined together and compacted by that which every joint supplieth according to the effectual working in the measure of every part maketh increase of the body unto the edifying of itself in love

bull Colossians 219 And not holding the Head from which all the body by joints and bands having nourishment ministered and knit together increaseth with the increase of God

bull (Also see Romans 121-2) Without a corrected Subluxation there is no transformation

Ephesians 416 From ltekgt whom lthosgt the whole ltpasgt body ltsomagt fitly joined together ltsunarmologeogt and ltkaigt compacted ltsumbibazogt by ltdiagt that which every ltpasgt joint lthaphegt supplieth ltepichoregiagt according ltkatagt to the effectual working ltenergeiagt in ltengt the measure ltmetrongt of every lthekastosgt part ltheisgt ltmerosgt maketh ltpoieogt increase ltauxesisgt of the body ltsomagt unto lteisgt the edifying ltoikodomegt of itself ltheautougt in ltengt love ltagapegt

BIBLICAL TERMINOLOGY FOR CHIROPRACTIC ADJUSTMENT

JOINED TOGETHER Sunarmologeo from 4862 and a derivative of a compound of 719 and 3004 (in its original sense of laying) to render

close-jointed together ie organize compactly--be fitly framed (joined) togetherCOMPACTED Sumbibazo from 4862 and bibazo (to force causative (by reduplication) of the base of 939) to drive together ie unite (in association or affection) (mentally) to infer show teach--compact assuredly gather intrust knit together prove (See Greek 4862 See Greek 939)JOINTS (HAPHE) from 680 probably a ligament (as fastening)--jointBANDS from 4862 and 1199 a joint tie ie ligament (figuratively) uniting principle control--band bond

The Edwin Smith Papyrus

Decades Of Scientific ValidationBased on a Foundation of Two Millennia

Avicenna Ambroise Pareacute Galenz

1741 Nicholas Andry Writes Patient Education Book

on Scoliosis Prevention for Parents

Expand Font SizeOf Text Below Split in 3 or more Slides

The word lsquoorthopaediarsquo was devised by a Parisian paediatrician Nicholas Andry who was Professor of Medicine at the University of

Paris and also Senior Dean of the Faculty of Physik In 1741 he published a book entitled lsquoOrthopaedia or The Art of Correcting and

Preventing Deformities in Children By such means that may be easily put into Correcting and Preventing Deformities in Children By

such means that may easily be put into practice by parents themselves and all such as are employed in Educating Childrenrsquo In the preface he stated ldquoAs to the title I have formed it of two Greek

words viz Ỏρθος straight and Πάίδον a child Out of the two words I have compounded that of Orthopaedia to express in one term the

design I propose which is to teach the different methods of preventing and correcting the deformities of childrenrdquo His method for correcting excessive curvature of a childrsquos leg was ldquoto apply as soon

as possible a small plate of iron on the hollow side of the leg and fasten it about the leg with a linen roller In a word the same method must be used in this case for recovering the shape of the leg as is

used for making straight the crooked trunk of a young treerdquo

Sir Nicholas Andry published at the age of 81

Orthopaedia The Art of Correcting and Preventing Deformities in Children

1867 James Paget Warns MDs of the cases DCs will cure which will take away their Income

Expand Font SizeOf Text Below Split

ldquoAFTER systematic lectures on the chief injuries of the bones and joints it may be useful if I try to enforce by particular illustrations some of the general principles that I stated and it may secure your attention if I use the form of speaking of the Cases that Bone-setters Cure For few of you are likely to practise without having a bone-setter for an enemy and if he can cure a case which you have failed to cure his fortune may be made and yours marredrdquo

1867 James Paget Cases that bonesetters cure BMJ JANUARY 5 1867

1887-1896 James MackenzieSome Points Bearing on the Association of Sensory Disorders and Visceral Disease

(Brain 1893 16321-352)

ldquoIn the following pages I deal in a somewhat discursive and desultory manner with the result of several yearslsquo enquiry into the symptoms

evoked in the sensory nervous system by disease of the viscera For many years the subject has been present in my mind and although for a long time I could not appreciate the value of all the phenomena yet by carefully noticing each circumstance in every case and by grouping the symptoms together I formulated for myself certain tentative laws of a somewhat vague nature trusting that with extended experience these

would become more denned and be of a less general nature What I have published on this subject does not fully accord with the results obtained

by Dr Head2 and although in many respects his results are more reliable than mine there are a few points on which we are in conflictrdquo

1893 Henry Head Thesis DISTURBANCES OF SENSATION

WITH SPECIAL REFERENCE TO THE PAIN OF VISCERAL DISEASE

(Sherringtonrsquos Friend includes Sherringtonrsquos unpublished findings)

Text From Head Article

Text From Head Article

Expand Font SizeOf Text Below Splittext into 2 slides

1905 CS Sherrington ndash Integrative Action of the

Nervous System and 37 Papers ndash Nobel Prize

In the year 1883 a legacy of $80000 was left to the President and Fellows of Yale College in the city of New Haven to be held in trust as a gift for her children in memory of their beloved and honored mother Mrs Hepsa Ely Silliman

On this foundation Yale College was requested and directed to establish an annual course of lectures designed to illustrate the presence and providence the wisdom and goodness of God as manifested in the natural and moral world

1907 Louisa BurnsViscero-Somatic and Somato Visceral Spinal Reflexes

(Hypothesis - Case Study ndash Animal Study Human Study Consensus) ndash 1927

(17 years per Institute of Medicine)

Expand Font SizeOf Text Below Split

text into Several slides PLEASE RETYPE

Expand Font SizeOf Text Below Split

text into Several slides PLEASE RETYPE

1933 Neville T UssherSpinal curvatures -- visceral disturbances

in relation thereto

1935 Sherrington Noble Prizes in Physiology and Medicine

bull CONVERT SLIDE BELOW INTO THREE SLIDES ONE WITH JUDGE

bull SUSANbull GETZENDANNERbull LADY IN GLASSES

BELOW

1967 Chester Wilk

AMA Found Guilty of Conspiracy and Fraud The suit claimed that the defendants had participated for years in an illegal conspiracy to destroy chiropractic On August 24 1987 after endless wrangling in the courts

US District Court judge Susan Getzendanner ruled that the AMA and its officials were guilty as charged of attempting to eliminate the chiropractic profession

The AMA offered a patient care defense however data from Workmens Compensation Bureau studies served to validate chiropractic care Specifically studies comparing chiropractic

care to care by a medical physician were presented which showed that chiropractors were ldquotwice as effective as

medical physicians for comparable injuries in returning injured workers to work at every level of injury severityrdquoEvidence at the trial showed that the defendants took active steps often covert to undermine chiropractic educational

institutions conceal evidence of the usefulness of chiropractic care undercut insurance programs for patients of chiropractors subvert government inquiries into the efficacy of chiropractic engage in a massive disinformation campaign to

discredit and destabilize the chiropractic profession and engage in numerous other activities to maintain a medical

physician monopoly over health care in this country

Chester Wilk

Attorney G McAndrews

John J Bonica

Bonica JJ Autonomic Innervation of the Viscera in Relation to Nerve

Block Anesthesiology 29293-813 Jul-Aug 68

1975 Elizabeth Lomax Comments On Her Findings Based on 250 Year Literature

Review

Research Status of Spinal Manipulative Therapy in 1975 historian Elizabeth Lomax MD presented her findings to the US government stating that as a result of her two hundred and fifty year scrutiny of scientific literature the physician

could clinch the diagnosis by finding tenderness in the appropriate vertebra

She Studied Articles Published between 1725 and 1975 (referenced the works by Andre Nicholas to Osler Head

Sherrington and Pre Beal Authors

1976 Irvin M Korr (Part 1)

The Spinal Cord as the Organizer of Disease

Processes Some Preliminary

Perspectives

1979 Irvin M Korr (Part 2)

The Spinal Cord as the Organizer of Disease

Processes The Peripheral Autonomic

Nervous System

1979 Irvin M Korr (Part 3)

The Spinal Cord as the Organizer of Disease

Processes Hyperactivity of sympathetic innervation

as a common factor in disease

1981 Irvin M Korr (Part 4)

The Spinal Cord as the Organizer of Disease Processes Axonal

transport and neurotrophic function in relation to somatic dysfunction

1983 Myron Beal Viscerosomtic Reflexes Review of the Literature

tabulating 142 Studiesby Author and Vertebral Segment

1983 Myron Beal Viscerosomtic Reflexes Review of the Literature

tabulating 142 Studies by Author and Vertebral Segment

1983 Myron Beal Viscerosomtic Reflexes Review of the Literature

tabulating 142 Studies by Author and Vertebral Segment

John McM Mennel MD

bull In a paper Understanding Manipulative Medicine in General Practice published in JMPT in 1989 states Then suddenly we find ourselves in practice where 80 of our patients complain to us for some sort of musculo-skeletal pain 80 may sound high yet remember that visceral and systemic diseases very frequently manifest themselves initially as musculoskeletal painldquo

bull Again John McM Mennel concludes his article as follows Joint dysfunction is not only a diagnosis but an early sign of visceral and systemic diseases

1992 ndash 2002 Nikolai Bogdukbull Only Structures Innervated by c1-c3 are known to cause Migrainesbull Example of Headache Pills ndash Imitrex ndash Naproxen ndash 2

ldquoCervicogenic headache is pain perceived in the head but referred from a primary sourcen in the cervical spine The physiologic basis for this pain is convergence between trigeminal afferents and afferents from the upper three cervical spinal nerves The possible sources of cervicogenic headache lie in the structures innervated by the C1 to C3 spinal nerves and include the upper cervical synovial joints the upper cervical muscles the C2-3 disc the vertebral and internal carotid arteries and the dura mater of the upper spinal cord and posterior cranial fossa Experiments in normal volunteers have established that the cervical muscles and joints can be sources of headacherdquo

bull Bogduk Nikolai The anatomical basis for cervicogenic headache JMPT 1567-70 January 1992

bull Bogduk N Curr Pain Headache Rep Cervicogenic headache anatomic basis and pathophysiologic mechanisms 2001 Aug5(4)382-6

Abstract The neuroanatomical basis for cervicogenic headache is convergence in the trigeminocervical nucleus between nociceptive afferents from the field of the trigemenial nerve and the receptive fields of the first three cervical nerves Only structures innervated by C1-C3 have been shown to be capable of causing headache These are the muscles joints and ligaments of the upper three cervical segments but also include the dura mater of the spinal cord and posterior cranial fossa and the vertebral artery

2000 Burns Centenary Appreciation

Findings Presented in 1899 confirmed

April 2000 JAOA Vol100 No4 p259-264

2004 Sherrington Centenary Appreciation Noble Prize winning

Findings which were buried by the AMA Presented in 1904 confirmed

In 1906 Sir Charles Sherrington published The Integrative Action of the Nervous System which was a collection of ten lectures delivered two years before at Yale University in the United States In this monograph

Sherrington summarized two decades of painstaking experimental observations and his incisive interpretation of them It settled the then-

current debate between the lsquolsquoReticular Theoryrsquorsquo versus lsquolsquoNeuron Doctrinersquorsquo ideas about the fundamental nature of the nervous system in mammals in favor of the latter and it changed forever the way in which subsequent generations have viewed the organization of the central

nervous system Sherringtonrsquos magnum opus contains basic concepts and even terminology that are now second nature to every student of the subject This brief article reviews the historical context in which the book was written summarizes its content and considers its impact on

Neurology and Neuroscience

2004 Sherrington Centenary Appreciation Noble Prize winning

Findings which were buried by the AMA Presented in 1904 confirmed

lsquo he is the scientistrsquos philosopher because he had advanced natural knowledge himself by skilled observation and experiment by 50 yearsrsquo

unremitting work in the laboratory and because his own interpretation of his discoveries had given a new extension to the biologistrsquos outlook Physiologists will know this well enough To those who have had to struggle with the mass of detailed material about the brain and cord

Sherringtonrsquos Integrative Action of the Nervous System brings order out of chaos it is hard reading at first because every sentence is charged with meaning some of it direct enough but some reaching out to half formed pictures of wider landscape Though it was published in 1906 it

is still as refreshing as it was then It has needed no revision but Sherringtonrsquos experimental work went on at high pressure for another 30

years filling in the gaps and strengthening the framework rsquo

SPEND FOUR HOURS TRAINING CArsquoS

going over article summaries to build their confidence in

Chiropractic

RICHARD SMITH Ed BMJ

Where is the Wisdom The Poverty of Medical Evidence

Where is the wisdom we have lost in knowledge and where asked T S Eliot is the knowledge we have lost in information There are perhaps 30000 biomedical journals in the world and they have grown steadily by 7 a year since the seventeenth century [1 2] Yet only about 15 of medical interventions are supported by solid scientific evidence David Eddy professor of health policy and management at Duke University North Carolina told a conference in Manchester last week

This is partly because only 1 of the articles in medical journals are scientifically sound [2 3] and partly because many treatments have never been assessed at all If said Professor Eddy it is true as the total quality management gurus tell us that lsquoevery defect is a treasurersquo then we are sitting on King Solomons mineldquo

BMJ 1991 (Oct 5)303798ndash9

Editorials The scandal of poor medical research

bull We need less research better research and research done for the right reasons

bull What should we think about a doctor who uses the wrong treatment either willfully or through ignorance or who uses the right treatment wrongly (such as by giving the wrong dose of a drug) Most people would agree that such behavior was unprofessional arguably unethical and certainly unacceptable

bull What then should we think about researchers who use the wrong techniques (either willfully or in ignorance) use the right techniques wrongly misinterpret their results report their results selectively cite the literature selectively and draw unjustified conclusions We should be appalled Yet numerous studies of the medical literature in both general and specialist journals have shown that all of the above phenomena are common This is surely a scandal

bull BMJ 1994308283-284 (29 January)

CLOSING STATEMENTCALL TO ACTION

Max Planck QuoteldquoA scientific truth does not triumph by

convincing its opponents and making them see the light but rather because its opponents eventually die and a new

generation grows up that is familiar with itrdquo

  • BIBLICAL FOUNDATION THAT INSPIRED MY DOCTORAL THESIS Viscero-Spinal and Spino-Visceral Syndromes Palpatory and Radiological Findings and Spinal Manipulative Therapy Vertebra By Vertebra Nerve By Nerve Clinical Management Couresowork amp Patient Education Visual Software Design Dedicated to JULIANA FARIDI Who Died In My Lap as a result of an undetected uncorrected Atlanto-Axial Subluxation which caused Hangmanrsquos Fracture at the Atlas Axis Vertebra The devastating effects of an undetected uncorrected subluxation Is loss of human life ndash In this case the life of my daughter
  • Slide 2
  • Slide 3
  • Slide 4
  • OPENING STATEMENT
  • Purpose of Sharing this Information
  • Slide 7
  • Slide 8
  • Slide 9
  • The Edwin Smith Papyrus
  • Slide 11
  • Slide 12
  • Slide 13
  • Decades Of Scientific Validation Based on a Foundation of Two Millennia
  • Slide 15
  • Slide 16
  • Expand Font Size Of Text Below Split in 3 or more Slides
  • Slide 18
  • Slide 19
  • Slide 20
  • Expand Font Size Of Text Below Split
  • 1867 James Paget Cases that bonesetters cure BMJ JANUARY 5 1867
  • 1887-1896 James Mackenzie Some Points Bearing on the Association of Sensory Disorders and Visceral Disease
  • 1893 Henry Head
  • Text From Head Article
  • Slide 26
  • Expand Font Size Of Text Below Split text into 2 slides
  • Slide 28
  • 1907 Louisa Burns Viscero-Somatic and Somato Visceral Spinal Reflexes (Hypothesis - Case Study ndash Animal Study Human Study Consensus) ndash 1927 (17 years per Institute of Medicine)
  • Expand Font Size Of Text Below Split text into Several slides PLEASE RETYPE
  • Slide 31
  • Slide 32
  • Slide 33
  • 1935 Sherrington Noble Prizes in Physiology and Medicine
  • Slide 35
  • 1967 Chester Wilk AMA Found Guilty of Conspiracy and Fraud
  • Slide 37
  • John J Bonica
  • 1975 Elizabeth Lomax Comments On Her Findings Based on 250 Year Literature Review
  • 1976 Irvin M Korr
  • Slide 41
  • 1979 Irvin M Korr (Part 2)
  • Slide 43
  • 1979 Irvin M Korr (Part 3)
  • Slide 45
  • 1981 Irvin M Korr (Part 4)
  • Slide 47
  • 1983 Myron Beal Viscerosomtic Reflexes Review of the Literature tabulating 142 Studiesby Author and Vertebral Segment
  • 1983 Myron Beal Viscerosomtic Reflexes Review of the Literature tabulating 142 Studies by Author and Vertebral Segment
  • Slide 50
  • John McM Mennel MD
  • 1992 ndash 2002 Nikolai Bogduk
  • 2000 Burns Centenary Appreciation Findings Presented in 1899 confirmed April 2000 JAOA Vol100 No4 p259-264
  • 2004 Sherrington Centenary Appreciation Noble Prize winning Findings which were buried by the AMA Presented in 1904 confirmed
  • Slide 55
  • Slide 56
  • RICHARD SMITH Ed BMJ Where is the Wisdom The Poverty of Medical Evidence
  • Editorials The scandal of poor medical research
  • CLOSING STATEMENT CALL TO ACTION
Page 5: Tariq Faridi Palmer Palmer South January15

OPENING STATEMENT

Purpose of Sharing this Information

Purpose of Sharing this Information

Show the scientific foundation Chiropractic was laid onbull so that you can have confidence in the scientific validation of the

link between subluxations and visceral diseasebull what two moderately trained hands can do in restoring the

memory of wholeness and awaken the innate intelligence for the body to heal itself

bull that you have the confidence in yourself and impart it to your patients so that they can be confident in and passionate about chiropractic as the best insurance for the detection prevention and reversal of chronic conditions before they occur

bull that you can detect and reverse them before they even become symptomatic

bull Objectives

bull Antiquarian research and 16th to 20th century scientific research validating the link between somatic dysfunction and visceral disease

bull Scientific Validation of 110 years of chiropractic adjustment and reversal of visceral disease

bull Evidence-based patient education`34

bull Ephesians 415-16 But speaking the truth in love may grow up into him in all things which is the head even Christ 16 From whom the whole body fitly joined together and compacted by that which every joint supplieth according to the effectual working in the measure of every part maketh increase of the body unto the edifying of itself in love

bull Colossians 219 And not holding the Head from which all the body by joints and bands having nourishment ministered and knit together increaseth with the increase of God

bull (Also see Romans 121-2) Without a corrected Subluxation there is no transformation

Ephesians 416 From ltekgt whom lthosgt the whole ltpasgt body ltsomagt fitly joined together ltsunarmologeogt and ltkaigt compacted ltsumbibazogt by ltdiagt that which every ltpasgt joint lthaphegt supplieth ltepichoregiagt according ltkatagt to the effectual working ltenergeiagt in ltengt the measure ltmetrongt of every lthekastosgt part ltheisgt ltmerosgt maketh ltpoieogt increase ltauxesisgt of the body ltsomagt unto lteisgt the edifying ltoikodomegt of itself ltheautougt in ltengt love ltagapegt

BIBLICAL TERMINOLOGY FOR CHIROPRACTIC ADJUSTMENT

JOINED TOGETHER Sunarmologeo from 4862 and a derivative of a compound of 719 and 3004 (in its original sense of laying) to render

close-jointed together ie organize compactly--be fitly framed (joined) togetherCOMPACTED Sumbibazo from 4862 and bibazo (to force causative (by reduplication) of the base of 939) to drive together ie unite (in association or affection) (mentally) to infer show teach--compact assuredly gather intrust knit together prove (See Greek 4862 See Greek 939)JOINTS (HAPHE) from 680 probably a ligament (as fastening)--jointBANDS from 4862 and 1199 a joint tie ie ligament (figuratively) uniting principle control--band bond

The Edwin Smith Papyrus

Decades Of Scientific ValidationBased on a Foundation of Two Millennia

Avicenna Ambroise Pareacute Galenz

1741 Nicholas Andry Writes Patient Education Book

on Scoliosis Prevention for Parents

Expand Font SizeOf Text Below Split in 3 or more Slides

The word lsquoorthopaediarsquo was devised by a Parisian paediatrician Nicholas Andry who was Professor of Medicine at the University of

Paris and also Senior Dean of the Faculty of Physik In 1741 he published a book entitled lsquoOrthopaedia or The Art of Correcting and

Preventing Deformities in Children By such means that may be easily put into Correcting and Preventing Deformities in Children By

such means that may easily be put into practice by parents themselves and all such as are employed in Educating Childrenrsquo In the preface he stated ldquoAs to the title I have formed it of two Greek

words viz Ỏρθος straight and Πάίδον a child Out of the two words I have compounded that of Orthopaedia to express in one term the

design I propose which is to teach the different methods of preventing and correcting the deformities of childrenrdquo His method for correcting excessive curvature of a childrsquos leg was ldquoto apply as soon

as possible a small plate of iron on the hollow side of the leg and fasten it about the leg with a linen roller In a word the same method must be used in this case for recovering the shape of the leg as is

used for making straight the crooked trunk of a young treerdquo

Sir Nicholas Andry published at the age of 81

Orthopaedia The Art of Correcting and Preventing Deformities in Children

1867 James Paget Warns MDs of the cases DCs will cure which will take away their Income

Expand Font SizeOf Text Below Split

ldquoAFTER systematic lectures on the chief injuries of the bones and joints it may be useful if I try to enforce by particular illustrations some of the general principles that I stated and it may secure your attention if I use the form of speaking of the Cases that Bone-setters Cure For few of you are likely to practise without having a bone-setter for an enemy and if he can cure a case which you have failed to cure his fortune may be made and yours marredrdquo

1867 James Paget Cases that bonesetters cure BMJ JANUARY 5 1867

1887-1896 James MackenzieSome Points Bearing on the Association of Sensory Disorders and Visceral Disease

(Brain 1893 16321-352)

ldquoIn the following pages I deal in a somewhat discursive and desultory manner with the result of several yearslsquo enquiry into the symptoms

evoked in the sensory nervous system by disease of the viscera For many years the subject has been present in my mind and although for a long time I could not appreciate the value of all the phenomena yet by carefully noticing each circumstance in every case and by grouping the symptoms together I formulated for myself certain tentative laws of a somewhat vague nature trusting that with extended experience these

would become more denned and be of a less general nature What I have published on this subject does not fully accord with the results obtained

by Dr Head2 and although in many respects his results are more reliable than mine there are a few points on which we are in conflictrdquo

1893 Henry Head Thesis DISTURBANCES OF SENSATION

WITH SPECIAL REFERENCE TO THE PAIN OF VISCERAL DISEASE

(Sherringtonrsquos Friend includes Sherringtonrsquos unpublished findings)

Text From Head Article

Text From Head Article

Expand Font SizeOf Text Below Splittext into 2 slides

1905 CS Sherrington ndash Integrative Action of the

Nervous System and 37 Papers ndash Nobel Prize

In the year 1883 a legacy of $80000 was left to the President and Fellows of Yale College in the city of New Haven to be held in trust as a gift for her children in memory of their beloved and honored mother Mrs Hepsa Ely Silliman

On this foundation Yale College was requested and directed to establish an annual course of lectures designed to illustrate the presence and providence the wisdom and goodness of God as manifested in the natural and moral world

1907 Louisa BurnsViscero-Somatic and Somato Visceral Spinal Reflexes

(Hypothesis - Case Study ndash Animal Study Human Study Consensus) ndash 1927

(17 years per Institute of Medicine)

Expand Font SizeOf Text Below Split

text into Several slides PLEASE RETYPE

Expand Font SizeOf Text Below Split

text into Several slides PLEASE RETYPE

1933 Neville T UssherSpinal curvatures -- visceral disturbances

in relation thereto

1935 Sherrington Noble Prizes in Physiology and Medicine

bull CONVERT SLIDE BELOW INTO THREE SLIDES ONE WITH JUDGE

bull SUSANbull GETZENDANNERbull LADY IN GLASSES

BELOW

1967 Chester Wilk

AMA Found Guilty of Conspiracy and Fraud The suit claimed that the defendants had participated for years in an illegal conspiracy to destroy chiropractic On August 24 1987 after endless wrangling in the courts

US District Court judge Susan Getzendanner ruled that the AMA and its officials were guilty as charged of attempting to eliminate the chiropractic profession

The AMA offered a patient care defense however data from Workmens Compensation Bureau studies served to validate chiropractic care Specifically studies comparing chiropractic

care to care by a medical physician were presented which showed that chiropractors were ldquotwice as effective as

medical physicians for comparable injuries in returning injured workers to work at every level of injury severityrdquoEvidence at the trial showed that the defendants took active steps often covert to undermine chiropractic educational

institutions conceal evidence of the usefulness of chiropractic care undercut insurance programs for patients of chiropractors subvert government inquiries into the efficacy of chiropractic engage in a massive disinformation campaign to

discredit and destabilize the chiropractic profession and engage in numerous other activities to maintain a medical

physician monopoly over health care in this country

Chester Wilk

Attorney G McAndrews

John J Bonica

Bonica JJ Autonomic Innervation of the Viscera in Relation to Nerve

Block Anesthesiology 29293-813 Jul-Aug 68

1975 Elizabeth Lomax Comments On Her Findings Based on 250 Year Literature

Review

Research Status of Spinal Manipulative Therapy in 1975 historian Elizabeth Lomax MD presented her findings to the US government stating that as a result of her two hundred and fifty year scrutiny of scientific literature the physician

could clinch the diagnosis by finding tenderness in the appropriate vertebra

She Studied Articles Published between 1725 and 1975 (referenced the works by Andre Nicholas to Osler Head

Sherrington and Pre Beal Authors

1976 Irvin M Korr (Part 1)

The Spinal Cord as the Organizer of Disease

Processes Some Preliminary

Perspectives

1979 Irvin M Korr (Part 2)

The Spinal Cord as the Organizer of Disease

Processes The Peripheral Autonomic

Nervous System

1979 Irvin M Korr (Part 3)

The Spinal Cord as the Organizer of Disease

Processes Hyperactivity of sympathetic innervation

as a common factor in disease

1981 Irvin M Korr (Part 4)

The Spinal Cord as the Organizer of Disease Processes Axonal

transport and neurotrophic function in relation to somatic dysfunction

1983 Myron Beal Viscerosomtic Reflexes Review of the Literature

tabulating 142 Studiesby Author and Vertebral Segment

1983 Myron Beal Viscerosomtic Reflexes Review of the Literature

tabulating 142 Studies by Author and Vertebral Segment

1983 Myron Beal Viscerosomtic Reflexes Review of the Literature

tabulating 142 Studies by Author and Vertebral Segment

John McM Mennel MD

bull In a paper Understanding Manipulative Medicine in General Practice published in JMPT in 1989 states Then suddenly we find ourselves in practice where 80 of our patients complain to us for some sort of musculo-skeletal pain 80 may sound high yet remember that visceral and systemic diseases very frequently manifest themselves initially as musculoskeletal painldquo

bull Again John McM Mennel concludes his article as follows Joint dysfunction is not only a diagnosis but an early sign of visceral and systemic diseases

1992 ndash 2002 Nikolai Bogdukbull Only Structures Innervated by c1-c3 are known to cause Migrainesbull Example of Headache Pills ndash Imitrex ndash Naproxen ndash 2

ldquoCervicogenic headache is pain perceived in the head but referred from a primary sourcen in the cervical spine The physiologic basis for this pain is convergence between trigeminal afferents and afferents from the upper three cervical spinal nerves The possible sources of cervicogenic headache lie in the structures innervated by the C1 to C3 spinal nerves and include the upper cervical synovial joints the upper cervical muscles the C2-3 disc the vertebral and internal carotid arteries and the dura mater of the upper spinal cord and posterior cranial fossa Experiments in normal volunteers have established that the cervical muscles and joints can be sources of headacherdquo

bull Bogduk Nikolai The anatomical basis for cervicogenic headache JMPT 1567-70 January 1992

bull Bogduk N Curr Pain Headache Rep Cervicogenic headache anatomic basis and pathophysiologic mechanisms 2001 Aug5(4)382-6

Abstract The neuroanatomical basis for cervicogenic headache is convergence in the trigeminocervical nucleus between nociceptive afferents from the field of the trigemenial nerve and the receptive fields of the first three cervical nerves Only structures innervated by C1-C3 have been shown to be capable of causing headache These are the muscles joints and ligaments of the upper three cervical segments but also include the dura mater of the spinal cord and posterior cranial fossa and the vertebral artery

2000 Burns Centenary Appreciation

Findings Presented in 1899 confirmed

April 2000 JAOA Vol100 No4 p259-264

2004 Sherrington Centenary Appreciation Noble Prize winning

Findings which were buried by the AMA Presented in 1904 confirmed

In 1906 Sir Charles Sherrington published The Integrative Action of the Nervous System which was a collection of ten lectures delivered two years before at Yale University in the United States In this monograph

Sherrington summarized two decades of painstaking experimental observations and his incisive interpretation of them It settled the then-

current debate between the lsquolsquoReticular Theoryrsquorsquo versus lsquolsquoNeuron Doctrinersquorsquo ideas about the fundamental nature of the nervous system in mammals in favor of the latter and it changed forever the way in which subsequent generations have viewed the organization of the central

nervous system Sherringtonrsquos magnum opus contains basic concepts and even terminology that are now second nature to every student of the subject This brief article reviews the historical context in which the book was written summarizes its content and considers its impact on

Neurology and Neuroscience

2004 Sherrington Centenary Appreciation Noble Prize winning

Findings which were buried by the AMA Presented in 1904 confirmed

lsquo he is the scientistrsquos philosopher because he had advanced natural knowledge himself by skilled observation and experiment by 50 yearsrsquo

unremitting work in the laboratory and because his own interpretation of his discoveries had given a new extension to the biologistrsquos outlook Physiologists will know this well enough To those who have had to struggle with the mass of detailed material about the brain and cord

Sherringtonrsquos Integrative Action of the Nervous System brings order out of chaos it is hard reading at first because every sentence is charged with meaning some of it direct enough but some reaching out to half formed pictures of wider landscape Though it was published in 1906 it

is still as refreshing as it was then It has needed no revision but Sherringtonrsquos experimental work went on at high pressure for another 30

years filling in the gaps and strengthening the framework rsquo

SPEND FOUR HOURS TRAINING CArsquoS

going over article summaries to build their confidence in

Chiropractic

RICHARD SMITH Ed BMJ

Where is the Wisdom The Poverty of Medical Evidence

Where is the wisdom we have lost in knowledge and where asked T S Eliot is the knowledge we have lost in information There are perhaps 30000 biomedical journals in the world and they have grown steadily by 7 a year since the seventeenth century [1 2] Yet only about 15 of medical interventions are supported by solid scientific evidence David Eddy professor of health policy and management at Duke University North Carolina told a conference in Manchester last week

This is partly because only 1 of the articles in medical journals are scientifically sound [2 3] and partly because many treatments have never been assessed at all If said Professor Eddy it is true as the total quality management gurus tell us that lsquoevery defect is a treasurersquo then we are sitting on King Solomons mineldquo

BMJ 1991 (Oct 5)303798ndash9

Editorials The scandal of poor medical research

bull We need less research better research and research done for the right reasons

bull What should we think about a doctor who uses the wrong treatment either willfully or through ignorance or who uses the right treatment wrongly (such as by giving the wrong dose of a drug) Most people would agree that such behavior was unprofessional arguably unethical and certainly unacceptable

bull What then should we think about researchers who use the wrong techniques (either willfully or in ignorance) use the right techniques wrongly misinterpret their results report their results selectively cite the literature selectively and draw unjustified conclusions We should be appalled Yet numerous studies of the medical literature in both general and specialist journals have shown that all of the above phenomena are common This is surely a scandal

bull BMJ 1994308283-284 (29 January)

CLOSING STATEMENTCALL TO ACTION

Max Planck QuoteldquoA scientific truth does not triumph by

convincing its opponents and making them see the light but rather because its opponents eventually die and a new

generation grows up that is familiar with itrdquo

  • BIBLICAL FOUNDATION THAT INSPIRED MY DOCTORAL THESIS Viscero-Spinal and Spino-Visceral Syndromes Palpatory and Radiological Findings and Spinal Manipulative Therapy Vertebra By Vertebra Nerve By Nerve Clinical Management Couresowork amp Patient Education Visual Software Design Dedicated to JULIANA FARIDI Who Died In My Lap as a result of an undetected uncorrected Atlanto-Axial Subluxation which caused Hangmanrsquos Fracture at the Atlas Axis Vertebra The devastating effects of an undetected uncorrected subluxation Is loss of human life ndash In this case the life of my daughter
  • Slide 2
  • Slide 3
  • Slide 4
  • OPENING STATEMENT
  • Purpose of Sharing this Information
  • Slide 7
  • Slide 8
  • Slide 9
  • The Edwin Smith Papyrus
  • Slide 11
  • Slide 12
  • Slide 13
  • Decades Of Scientific Validation Based on a Foundation of Two Millennia
  • Slide 15
  • Slide 16
  • Expand Font Size Of Text Below Split in 3 or more Slides
  • Slide 18
  • Slide 19
  • Slide 20
  • Expand Font Size Of Text Below Split
  • 1867 James Paget Cases that bonesetters cure BMJ JANUARY 5 1867
  • 1887-1896 James Mackenzie Some Points Bearing on the Association of Sensory Disorders and Visceral Disease
  • 1893 Henry Head
  • Text From Head Article
  • Slide 26
  • Expand Font Size Of Text Below Split text into 2 slides
  • Slide 28
  • 1907 Louisa Burns Viscero-Somatic and Somato Visceral Spinal Reflexes (Hypothesis - Case Study ndash Animal Study Human Study Consensus) ndash 1927 (17 years per Institute of Medicine)
  • Expand Font Size Of Text Below Split text into Several slides PLEASE RETYPE
  • Slide 31
  • Slide 32
  • Slide 33
  • 1935 Sherrington Noble Prizes in Physiology and Medicine
  • Slide 35
  • 1967 Chester Wilk AMA Found Guilty of Conspiracy and Fraud
  • Slide 37
  • John J Bonica
  • 1975 Elizabeth Lomax Comments On Her Findings Based on 250 Year Literature Review
  • 1976 Irvin M Korr
  • Slide 41
  • 1979 Irvin M Korr (Part 2)
  • Slide 43
  • 1979 Irvin M Korr (Part 3)
  • Slide 45
  • 1981 Irvin M Korr (Part 4)
  • Slide 47
  • 1983 Myron Beal Viscerosomtic Reflexes Review of the Literature tabulating 142 Studiesby Author and Vertebral Segment
  • 1983 Myron Beal Viscerosomtic Reflexes Review of the Literature tabulating 142 Studies by Author and Vertebral Segment
  • Slide 50
  • John McM Mennel MD
  • 1992 ndash 2002 Nikolai Bogduk
  • 2000 Burns Centenary Appreciation Findings Presented in 1899 confirmed April 2000 JAOA Vol100 No4 p259-264
  • 2004 Sherrington Centenary Appreciation Noble Prize winning Findings which were buried by the AMA Presented in 1904 confirmed
  • Slide 55
  • Slide 56
  • RICHARD SMITH Ed BMJ Where is the Wisdom The Poverty of Medical Evidence
  • Editorials The scandal of poor medical research
  • CLOSING STATEMENT CALL TO ACTION
Page 6: Tariq Faridi Palmer Palmer South January15

Purpose of Sharing this Information

Show the scientific foundation Chiropractic was laid onbull so that you can have confidence in the scientific validation of the

link between subluxations and visceral diseasebull what two moderately trained hands can do in restoring the

memory of wholeness and awaken the innate intelligence for the body to heal itself

bull that you have the confidence in yourself and impart it to your patients so that they can be confident in and passionate about chiropractic as the best insurance for the detection prevention and reversal of chronic conditions before they occur

bull that you can detect and reverse them before they even become symptomatic

bull Objectives

bull Antiquarian research and 16th to 20th century scientific research validating the link between somatic dysfunction and visceral disease

bull Scientific Validation of 110 years of chiropractic adjustment and reversal of visceral disease

bull Evidence-based patient education`34

bull Ephesians 415-16 But speaking the truth in love may grow up into him in all things which is the head even Christ 16 From whom the whole body fitly joined together and compacted by that which every joint supplieth according to the effectual working in the measure of every part maketh increase of the body unto the edifying of itself in love

bull Colossians 219 And not holding the Head from which all the body by joints and bands having nourishment ministered and knit together increaseth with the increase of God

bull (Also see Romans 121-2) Without a corrected Subluxation there is no transformation

Ephesians 416 From ltekgt whom lthosgt the whole ltpasgt body ltsomagt fitly joined together ltsunarmologeogt and ltkaigt compacted ltsumbibazogt by ltdiagt that which every ltpasgt joint lthaphegt supplieth ltepichoregiagt according ltkatagt to the effectual working ltenergeiagt in ltengt the measure ltmetrongt of every lthekastosgt part ltheisgt ltmerosgt maketh ltpoieogt increase ltauxesisgt of the body ltsomagt unto lteisgt the edifying ltoikodomegt of itself ltheautougt in ltengt love ltagapegt

BIBLICAL TERMINOLOGY FOR CHIROPRACTIC ADJUSTMENT

JOINED TOGETHER Sunarmologeo from 4862 and a derivative of a compound of 719 and 3004 (in its original sense of laying) to render

close-jointed together ie organize compactly--be fitly framed (joined) togetherCOMPACTED Sumbibazo from 4862 and bibazo (to force causative (by reduplication) of the base of 939) to drive together ie unite (in association or affection) (mentally) to infer show teach--compact assuredly gather intrust knit together prove (See Greek 4862 See Greek 939)JOINTS (HAPHE) from 680 probably a ligament (as fastening)--jointBANDS from 4862 and 1199 a joint tie ie ligament (figuratively) uniting principle control--band bond

The Edwin Smith Papyrus

Decades Of Scientific ValidationBased on a Foundation of Two Millennia

Avicenna Ambroise Pareacute Galenz

1741 Nicholas Andry Writes Patient Education Book

on Scoliosis Prevention for Parents

Expand Font SizeOf Text Below Split in 3 or more Slides

The word lsquoorthopaediarsquo was devised by a Parisian paediatrician Nicholas Andry who was Professor of Medicine at the University of

Paris and also Senior Dean of the Faculty of Physik In 1741 he published a book entitled lsquoOrthopaedia or The Art of Correcting and

Preventing Deformities in Children By such means that may be easily put into Correcting and Preventing Deformities in Children By

such means that may easily be put into practice by parents themselves and all such as are employed in Educating Childrenrsquo In the preface he stated ldquoAs to the title I have formed it of two Greek

words viz Ỏρθος straight and Πάίδον a child Out of the two words I have compounded that of Orthopaedia to express in one term the

design I propose which is to teach the different methods of preventing and correcting the deformities of childrenrdquo His method for correcting excessive curvature of a childrsquos leg was ldquoto apply as soon

as possible a small plate of iron on the hollow side of the leg and fasten it about the leg with a linen roller In a word the same method must be used in this case for recovering the shape of the leg as is

used for making straight the crooked trunk of a young treerdquo

Sir Nicholas Andry published at the age of 81

Orthopaedia The Art of Correcting and Preventing Deformities in Children

1867 James Paget Warns MDs of the cases DCs will cure which will take away their Income

Expand Font SizeOf Text Below Split

ldquoAFTER systematic lectures on the chief injuries of the bones and joints it may be useful if I try to enforce by particular illustrations some of the general principles that I stated and it may secure your attention if I use the form of speaking of the Cases that Bone-setters Cure For few of you are likely to practise without having a bone-setter for an enemy and if he can cure a case which you have failed to cure his fortune may be made and yours marredrdquo

1867 James Paget Cases that bonesetters cure BMJ JANUARY 5 1867

1887-1896 James MackenzieSome Points Bearing on the Association of Sensory Disorders and Visceral Disease

(Brain 1893 16321-352)

ldquoIn the following pages I deal in a somewhat discursive and desultory manner with the result of several yearslsquo enquiry into the symptoms

evoked in the sensory nervous system by disease of the viscera For many years the subject has been present in my mind and although for a long time I could not appreciate the value of all the phenomena yet by carefully noticing each circumstance in every case and by grouping the symptoms together I formulated for myself certain tentative laws of a somewhat vague nature trusting that with extended experience these

would become more denned and be of a less general nature What I have published on this subject does not fully accord with the results obtained

by Dr Head2 and although in many respects his results are more reliable than mine there are a few points on which we are in conflictrdquo

1893 Henry Head Thesis DISTURBANCES OF SENSATION

WITH SPECIAL REFERENCE TO THE PAIN OF VISCERAL DISEASE

(Sherringtonrsquos Friend includes Sherringtonrsquos unpublished findings)

Text From Head Article

Text From Head Article

Expand Font SizeOf Text Below Splittext into 2 slides

1905 CS Sherrington ndash Integrative Action of the

Nervous System and 37 Papers ndash Nobel Prize

In the year 1883 a legacy of $80000 was left to the President and Fellows of Yale College in the city of New Haven to be held in trust as a gift for her children in memory of their beloved and honored mother Mrs Hepsa Ely Silliman

On this foundation Yale College was requested and directed to establish an annual course of lectures designed to illustrate the presence and providence the wisdom and goodness of God as manifested in the natural and moral world

1907 Louisa BurnsViscero-Somatic and Somato Visceral Spinal Reflexes

(Hypothesis - Case Study ndash Animal Study Human Study Consensus) ndash 1927

(17 years per Institute of Medicine)

Expand Font SizeOf Text Below Split

text into Several slides PLEASE RETYPE

Expand Font SizeOf Text Below Split

text into Several slides PLEASE RETYPE

1933 Neville T UssherSpinal curvatures -- visceral disturbances

in relation thereto

1935 Sherrington Noble Prizes in Physiology and Medicine

bull CONVERT SLIDE BELOW INTO THREE SLIDES ONE WITH JUDGE

bull SUSANbull GETZENDANNERbull LADY IN GLASSES

BELOW

1967 Chester Wilk

AMA Found Guilty of Conspiracy and Fraud The suit claimed that the defendants had participated for years in an illegal conspiracy to destroy chiropractic On August 24 1987 after endless wrangling in the courts

US District Court judge Susan Getzendanner ruled that the AMA and its officials were guilty as charged of attempting to eliminate the chiropractic profession

The AMA offered a patient care defense however data from Workmens Compensation Bureau studies served to validate chiropractic care Specifically studies comparing chiropractic

care to care by a medical physician were presented which showed that chiropractors were ldquotwice as effective as

medical physicians for comparable injuries in returning injured workers to work at every level of injury severityrdquoEvidence at the trial showed that the defendants took active steps often covert to undermine chiropractic educational

institutions conceal evidence of the usefulness of chiropractic care undercut insurance programs for patients of chiropractors subvert government inquiries into the efficacy of chiropractic engage in a massive disinformation campaign to

discredit and destabilize the chiropractic profession and engage in numerous other activities to maintain a medical

physician monopoly over health care in this country

Chester Wilk

Attorney G McAndrews

John J Bonica

Bonica JJ Autonomic Innervation of the Viscera in Relation to Nerve

Block Anesthesiology 29293-813 Jul-Aug 68

1975 Elizabeth Lomax Comments On Her Findings Based on 250 Year Literature

Review

Research Status of Spinal Manipulative Therapy in 1975 historian Elizabeth Lomax MD presented her findings to the US government stating that as a result of her two hundred and fifty year scrutiny of scientific literature the physician

could clinch the diagnosis by finding tenderness in the appropriate vertebra

She Studied Articles Published between 1725 and 1975 (referenced the works by Andre Nicholas to Osler Head

Sherrington and Pre Beal Authors

1976 Irvin M Korr (Part 1)

The Spinal Cord as the Organizer of Disease

Processes Some Preliminary

Perspectives

1979 Irvin M Korr (Part 2)

The Spinal Cord as the Organizer of Disease

Processes The Peripheral Autonomic

Nervous System

1979 Irvin M Korr (Part 3)

The Spinal Cord as the Organizer of Disease

Processes Hyperactivity of sympathetic innervation

as a common factor in disease

1981 Irvin M Korr (Part 4)

The Spinal Cord as the Organizer of Disease Processes Axonal

transport and neurotrophic function in relation to somatic dysfunction

1983 Myron Beal Viscerosomtic Reflexes Review of the Literature

tabulating 142 Studiesby Author and Vertebral Segment

1983 Myron Beal Viscerosomtic Reflexes Review of the Literature

tabulating 142 Studies by Author and Vertebral Segment

1983 Myron Beal Viscerosomtic Reflexes Review of the Literature

tabulating 142 Studies by Author and Vertebral Segment

John McM Mennel MD

bull In a paper Understanding Manipulative Medicine in General Practice published in JMPT in 1989 states Then suddenly we find ourselves in practice where 80 of our patients complain to us for some sort of musculo-skeletal pain 80 may sound high yet remember that visceral and systemic diseases very frequently manifest themselves initially as musculoskeletal painldquo

bull Again John McM Mennel concludes his article as follows Joint dysfunction is not only a diagnosis but an early sign of visceral and systemic diseases

1992 ndash 2002 Nikolai Bogdukbull Only Structures Innervated by c1-c3 are known to cause Migrainesbull Example of Headache Pills ndash Imitrex ndash Naproxen ndash 2

ldquoCervicogenic headache is pain perceived in the head but referred from a primary sourcen in the cervical spine The physiologic basis for this pain is convergence between trigeminal afferents and afferents from the upper three cervical spinal nerves The possible sources of cervicogenic headache lie in the structures innervated by the C1 to C3 spinal nerves and include the upper cervical synovial joints the upper cervical muscles the C2-3 disc the vertebral and internal carotid arteries and the dura mater of the upper spinal cord and posterior cranial fossa Experiments in normal volunteers have established that the cervical muscles and joints can be sources of headacherdquo

bull Bogduk Nikolai The anatomical basis for cervicogenic headache JMPT 1567-70 January 1992

bull Bogduk N Curr Pain Headache Rep Cervicogenic headache anatomic basis and pathophysiologic mechanisms 2001 Aug5(4)382-6

Abstract The neuroanatomical basis for cervicogenic headache is convergence in the trigeminocervical nucleus between nociceptive afferents from the field of the trigemenial nerve and the receptive fields of the first three cervical nerves Only structures innervated by C1-C3 have been shown to be capable of causing headache These are the muscles joints and ligaments of the upper three cervical segments but also include the dura mater of the spinal cord and posterior cranial fossa and the vertebral artery

2000 Burns Centenary Appreciation

Findings Presented in 1899 confirmed

April 2000 JAOA Vol100 No4 p259-264

2004 Sherrington Centenary Appreciation Noble Prize winning

Findings which were buried by the AMA Presented in 1904 confirmed

In 1906 Sir Charles Sherrington published The Integrative Action of the Nervous System which was a collection of ten lectures delivered two years before at Yale University in the United States In this monograph

Sherrington summarized two decades of painstaking experimental observations and his incisive interpretation of them It settled the then-

current debate between the lsquolsquoReticular Theoryrsquorsquo versus lsquolsquoNeuron Doctrinersquorsquo ideas about the fundamental nature of the nervous system in mammals in favor of the latter and it changed forever the way in which subsequent generations have viewed the organization of the central

nervous system Sherringtonrsquos magnum opus contains basic concepts and even terminology that are now second nature to every student of the subject This brief article reviews the historical context in which the book was written summarizes its content and considers its impact on

Neurology and Neuroscience

2004 Sherrington Centenary Appreciation Noble Prize winning

Findings which were buried by the AMA Presented in 1904 confirmed

lsquo he is the scientistrsquos philosopher because he had advanced natural knowledge himself by skilled observation and experiment by 50 yearsrsquo

unremitting work in the laboratory and because his own interpretation of his discoveries had given a new extension to the biologistrsquos outlook Physiologists will know this well enough To those who have had to struggle with the mass of detailed material about the brain and cord

Sherringtonrsquos Integrative Action of the Nervous System brings order out of chaos it is hard reading at first because every sentence is charged with meaning some of it direct enough but some reaching out to half formed pictures of wider landscape Though it was published in 1906 it

is still as refreshing as it was then It has needed no revision but Sherringtonrsquos experimental work went on at high pressure for another 30

years filling in the gaps and strengthening the framework rsquo

SPEND FOUR HOURS TRAINING CArsquoS

going over article summaries to build their confidence in

Chiropractic

RICHARD SMITH Ed BMJ

Where is the Wisdom The Poverty of Medical Evidence

Where is the wisdom we have lost in knowledge and where asked T S Eliot is the knowledge we have lost in information There are perhaps 30000 biomedical journals in the world and they have grown steadily by 7 a year since the seventeenth century [1 2] Yet only about 15 of medical interventions are supported by solid scientific evidence David Eddy professor of health policy and management at Duke University North Carolina told a conference in Manchester last week

This is partly because only 1 of the articles in medical journals are scientifically sound [2 3] and partly because many treatments have never been assessed at all If said Professor Eddy it is true as the total quality management gurus tell us that lsquoevery defect is a treasurersquo then we are sitting on King Solomons mineldquo

BMJ 1991 (Oct 5)303798ndash9

Editorials The scandal of poor medical research

bull We need less research better research and research done for the right reasons

bull What should we think about a doctor who uses the wrong treatment either willfully or through ignorance or who uses the right treatment wrongly (such as by giving the wrong dose of a drug) Most people would agree that such behavior was unprofessional arguably unethical and certainly unacceptable

bull What then should we think about researchers who use the wrong techniques (either willfully or in ignorance) use the right techniques wrongly misinterpret their results report their results selectively cite the literature selectively and draw unjustified conclusions We should be appalled Yet numerous studies of the medical literature in both general and specialist journals have shown that all of the above phenomena are common This is surely a scandal

bull BMJ 1994308283-284 (29 January)

CLOSING STATEMENTCALL TO ACTION

Max Planck QuoteldquoA scientific truth does not triumph by

convincing its opponents and making them see the light but rather because its opponents eventually die and a new

generation grows up that is familiar with itrdquo

  • BIBLICAL FOUNDATION THAT INSPIRED MY DOCTORAL THESIS Viscero-Spinal and Spino-Visceral Syndromes Palpatory and Radiological Findings and Spinal Manipulative Therapy Vertebra By Vertebra Nerve By Nerve Clinical Management Couresowork amp Patient Education Visual Software Design Dedicated to JULIANA FARIDI Who Died In My Lap as a result of an undetected uncorrected Atlanto-Axial Subluxation which caused Hangmanrsquos Fracture at the Atlas Axis Vertebra The devastating effects of an undetected uncorrected subluxation Is loss of human life ndash In this case the life of my daughter
  • Slide 2
  • Slide 3
  • Slide 4
  • OPENING STATEMENT
  • Purpose of Sharing this Information
  • Slide 7
  • Slide 8
  • Slide 9
  • The Edwin Smith Papyrus
  • Slide 11
  • Slide 12
  • Slide 13
  • Decades Of Scientific Validation Based on a Foundation of Two Millennia
  • Slide 15
  • Slide 16
  • Expand Font Size Of Text Below Split in 3 or more Slides
  • Slide 18
  • Slide 19
  • Slide 20
  • Expand Font Size Of Text Below Split
  • 1867 James Paget Cases that bonesetters cure BMJ JANUARY 5 1867
  • 1887-1896 James Mackenzie Some Points Bearing on the Association of Sensory Disorders and Visceral Disease
  • 1893 Henry Head
  • Text From Head Article
  • Slide 26
  • Expand Font Size Of Text Below Split text into 2 slides
  • Slide 28
  • 1907 Louisa Burns Viscero-Somatic and Somato Visceral Spinal Reflexes (Hypothesis - Case Study ndash Animal Study Human Study Consensus) ndash 1927 (17 years per Institute of Medicine)
  • Expand Font Size Of Text Below Split text into Several slides PLEASE RETYPE
  • Slide 31
  • Slide 32
  • Slide 33
  • 1935 Sherrington Noble Prizes in Physiology and Medicine
  • Slide 35
  • 1967 Chester Wilk AMA Found Guilty of Conspiracy and Fraud
  • Slide 37
  • John J Bonica
  • 1975 Elizabeth Lomax Comments On Her Findings Based on 250 Year Literature Review
  • 1976 Irvin M Korr
  • Slide 41
  • 1979 Irvin M Korr (Part 2)
  • Slide 43
  • 1979 Irvin M Korr (Part 3)
  • Slide 45
  • 1981 Irvin M Korr (Part 4)
  • Slide 47
  • 1983 Myron Beal Viscerosomtic Reflexes Review of the Literature tabulating 142 Studiesby Author and Vertebral Segment
  • 1983 Myron Beal Viscerosomtic Reflexes Review of the Literature tabulating 142 Studies by Author and Vertebral Segment
  • Slide 50
  • John McM Mennel MD
  • 1992 ndash 2002 Nikolai Bogduk
  • 2000 Burns Centenary Appreciation Findings Presented in 1899 confirmed April 2000 JAOA Vol100 No4 p259-264
  • 2004 Sherrington Centenary Appreciation Noble Prize winning Findings which were buried by the AMA Presented in 1904 confirmed
  • Slide 55
  • Slide 56
  • RICHARD SMITH Ed BMJ Where is the Wisdom The Poverty of Medical Evidence
  • Editorials The scandal of poor medical research
  • CLOSING STATEMENT CALL TO ACTION
Page 7: Tariq Faridi Palmer Palmer South January15

bull Objectives

bull Antiquarian research and 16th to 20th century scientific research validating the link between somatic dysfunction and visceral disease

bull Scientific Validation of 110 years of chiropractic adjustment and reversal of visceral disease

bull Evidence-based patient education`34

bull Ephesians 415-16 But speaking the truth in love may grow up into him in all things which is the head even Christ 16 From whom the whole body fitly joined together and compacted by that which every joint supplieth according to the effectual working in the measure of every part maketh increase of the body unto the edifying of itself in love

bull Colossians 219 And not holding the Head from which all the body by joints and bands having nourishment ministered and knit together increaseth with the increase of God

bull (Also see Romans 121-2) Without a corrected Subluxation there is no transformation

Ephesians 416 From ltekgt whom lthosgt the whole ltpasgt body ltsomagt fitly joined together ltsunarmologeogt and ltkaigt compacted ltsumbibazogt by ltdiagt that which every ltpasgt joint lthaphegt supplieth ltepichoregiagt according ltkatagt to the effectual working ltenergeiagt in ltengt the measure ltmetrongt of every lthekastosgt part ltheisgt ltmerosgt maketh ltpoieogt increase ltauxesisgt of the body ltsomagt unto lteisgt the edifying ltoikodomegt of itself ltheautougt in ltengt love ltagapegt

BIBLICAL TERMINOLOGY FOR CHIROPRACTIC ADJUSTMENT

JOINED TOGETHER Sunarmologeo from 4862 and a derivative of a compound of 719 and 3004 (in its original sense of laying) to render

close-jointed together ie organize compactly--be fitly framed (joined) togetherCOMPACTED Sumbibazo from 4862 and bibazo (to force causative (by reduplication) of the base of 939) to drive together ie unite (in association or affection) (mentally) to infer show teach--compact assuredly gather intrust knit together prove (See Greek 4862 See Greek 939)JOINTS (HAPHE) from 680 probably a ligament (as fastening)--jointBANDS from 4862 and 1199 a joint tie ie ligament (figuratively) uniting principle control--band bond

The Edwin Smith Papyrus

Decades Of Scientific ValidationBased on a Foundation of Two Millennia

Avicenna Ambroise Pareacute Galenz

1741 Nicholas Andry Writes Patient Education Book

on Scoliosis Prevention for Parents

Expand Font SizeOf Text Below Split in 3 or more Slides

The word lsquoorthopaediarsquo was devised by a Parisian paediatrician Nicholas Andry who was Professor of Medicine at the University of

Paris and also Senior Dean of the Faculty of Physik In 1741 he published a book entitled lsquoOrthopaedia or The Art of Correcting and

Preventing Deformities in Children By such means that may be easily put into Correcting and Preventing Deformities in Children By

such means that may easily be put into practice by parents themselves and all such as are employed in Educating Childrenrsquo In the preface he stated ldquoAs to the title I have formed it of two Greek

words viz Ỏρθος straight and Πάίδον a child Out of the two words I have compounded that of Orthopaedia to express in one term the

design I propose which is to teach the different methods of preventing and correcting the deformities of childrenrdquo His method for correcting excessive curvature of a childrsquos leg was ldquoto apply as soon

as possible a small plate of iron on the hollow side of the leg and fasten it about the leg with a linen roller In a word the same method must be used in this case for recovering the shape of the leg as is

used for making straight the crooked trunk of a young treerdquo

Sir Nicholas Andry published at the age of 81

Orthopaedia The Art of Correcting and Preventing Deformities in Children

1867 James Paget Warns MDs of the cases DCs will cure which will take away their Income

Expand Font SizeOf Text Below Split

ldquoAFTER systematic lectures on the chief injuries of the bones and joints it may be useful if I try to enforce by particular illustrations some of the general principles that I stated and it may secure your attention if I use the form of speaking of the Cases that Bone-setters Cure For few of you are likely to practise without having a bone-setter for an enemy and if he can cure a case which you have failed to cure his fortune may be made and yours marredrdquo

1867 James Paget Cases that bonesetters cure BMJ JANUARY 5 1867

1887-1896 James MackenzieSome Points Bearing on the Association of Sensory Disorders and Visceral Disease

(Brain 1893 16321-352)

ldquoIn the following pages I deal in a somewhat discursive and desultory manner with the result of several yearslsquo enquiry into the symptoms

evoked in the sensory nervous system by disease of the viscera For many years the subject has been present in my mind and although for a long time I could not appreciate the value of all the phenomena yet by carefully noticing each circumstance in every case and by grouping the symptoms together I formulated for myself certain tentative laws of a somewhat vague nature trusting that with extended experience these

would become more denned and be of a less general nature What I have published on this subject does not fully accord with the results obtained

by Dr Head2 and although in many respects his results are more reliable than mine there are a few points on which we are in conflictrdquo

1893 Henry Head Thesis DISTURBANCES OF SENSATION

WITH SPECIAL REFERENCE TO THE PAIN OF VISCERAL DISEASE

(Sherringtonrsquos Friend includes Sherringtonrsquos unpublished findings)

Text From Head Article

Text From Head Article

Expand Font SizeOf Text Below Splittext into 2 slides

1905 CS Sherrington ndash Integrative Action of the

Nervous System and 37 Papers ndash Nobel Prize

In the year 1883 a legacy of $80000 was left to the President and Fellows of Yale College in the city of New Haven to be held in trust as a gift for her children in memory of their beloved and honored mother Mrs Hepsa Ely Silliman

On this foundation Yale College was requested and directed to establish an annual course of lectures designed to illustrate the presence and providence the wisdom and goodness of God as manifested in the natural and moral world

1907 Louisa BurnsViscero-Somatic and Somato Visceral Spinal Reflexes

(Hypothesis - Case Study ndash Animal Study Human Study Consensus) ndash 1927

(17 years per Institute of Medicine)

Expand Font SizeOf Text Below Split

text into Several slides PLEASE RETYPE

Expand Font SizeOf Text Below Split

text into Several slides PLEASE RETYPE

1933 Neville T UssherSpinal curvatures -- visceral disturbances

in relation thereto

1935 Sherrington Noble Prizes in Physiology and Medicine

bull CONVERT SLIDE BELOW INTO THREE SLIDES ONE WITH JUDGE

bull SUSANbull GETZENDANNERbull LADY IN GLASSES

BELOW

1967 Chester Wilk

AMA Found Guilty of Conspiracy and Fraud The suit claimed that the defendants had participated for years in an illegal conspiracy to destroy chiropractic On August 24 1987 after endless wrangling in the courts

US District Court judge Susan Getzendanner ruled that the AMA and its officials were guilty as charged of attempting to eliminate the chiropractic profession

The AMA offered a patient care defense however data from Workmens Compensation Bureau studies served to validate chiropractic care Specifically studies comparing chiropractic

care to care by a medical physician were presented which showed that chiropractors were ldquotwice as effective as

medical physicians for comparable injuries in returning injured workers to work at every level of injury severityrdquoEvidence at the trial showed that the defendants took active steps often covert to undermine chiropractic educational

institutions conceal evidence of the usefulness of chiropractic care undercut insurance programs for patients of chiropractors subvert government inquiries into the efficacy of chiropractic engage in a massive disinformation campaign to

discredit and destabilize the chiropractic profession and engage in numerous other activities to maintain a medical

physician monopoly over health care in this country

Chester Wilk

Attorney G McAndrews

John J Bonica

Bonica JJ Autonomic Innervation of the Viscera in Relation to Nerve

Block Anesthesiology 29293-813 Jul-Aug 68

1975 Elizabeth Lomax Comments On Her Findings Based on 250 Year Literature

Review

Research Status of Spinal Manipulative Therapy in 1975 historian Elizabeth Lomax MD presented her findings to the US government stating that as a result of her two hundred and fifty year scrutiny of scientific literature the physician

could clinch the diagnosis by finding tenderness in the appropriate vertebra

She Studied Articles Published between 1725 and 1975 (referenced the works by Andre Nicholas to Osler Head

Sherrington and Pre Beal Authors

1976 Irvin M Korr (Part 1)

The Spinal Cord as the Organizer of Disease

Processes Some Preliminary

Perspectives

1979 Irvin M Korr (Part 2)

The Spinal Cord as the Organizer of Disease

Processes The Peripheral Autonomic

Nervous System

1979 Irvin M Korr (Part 3)

The Spinal Cord as the Organizer of Disease

Processes Hyperactivity of sympathetic innervation

as a common factor in disease

1981 Irvin M Korr (Part 4)

The Spinal Cord as the Organizer of Disease Processes Axonal

transport and neurotrophic function in relation to somatic dysfunction

1983 Myron Beal Viscerosomtic Reflexes Review of the Literature

tabulating 142 Studiesby Author and Vertebral Segment

1983 Myron Beal Viscerosomtic Reflexes Review of the Literature

tabulating 142 Studies by Author and Vertebral Segment

1983 Myron Beal Viscerosomtic Reflexes Review of the Literature

tabulating 142 Studies by Author and Vertebral Segment

John McM Mennel MD

bull In a paper Understanding Manipulative Medicine in General Practice published in JMPT in 1989 states Then suddenly we find ourselves in practice where 80 of our patients complain to us for some sort of musculo-skeletal pain 80 may sound high yet remember that visceral and systemic diseases very frequently manifest themselves initially as musculoskeletal painldquo

bull Again John McM Mennel concludes his article as follows Joint dysfunction is not only a diagnosis but an early sign of visceral and systemic diseases

1992 ndash 2002 Nikolai Bogdukbull Only Structures Innervated by c1-c3 are known to cause Migrainesbull Example of Headache Pills ndash Imitrex ndash Naproxen ndash 2

ldquoCervicogenic headache is pain perceived in the head but referred from a primary sourcen in the cervical spine The physiologic basis for this pain is convergence between trigeminal afferents and afferents from the upper three cervical spinal nerves The possible sources of cervicogenic headache lie in the structures innervated by the C1 to C3 spinal nerves and include the upper cervical synovial joints the upper cervical muscles the C2-3 disc the vertebral and internal carotid arteries and the dura mater of the upper spinal cord and posterior cranial fossa Experiments in normal volunteers have established that the cervical muscles and joints can be sources of headacherdquo

bull Bogduk Nikolai The anatomical basis for cervicogenic headache JMPT 1567-70 January 1992

bull Bogduk N Curr Pain Headache Rep Cervicogenic headache anatomic basis and pathophysiologic mechanisms 2001 Aug5(4)382-6

Abstract The neuroanatomical basis for cervicogenic headache is convergence in the trigeminocervical nucleus between nociceptive afferents from the field of the trigemenial nerve and the receptive fields of the first three cervical nerves Only structures innervated by C1-C3 have been shown to be capable of causing headache These are the muscles joints and ligaments of the upper three cervical segments but also include the dura mater of the spinal cord and posterior cranial fossa and the vertebral artery

2000 Burns Centenary Appreciation

Findings Presented in 1899 confirmed

April 2000 JAOA Vol100 No4 p259-264

2004 Sherrington Centenary Appreciation Noble Prize winning

Findings which were buried by the AMA Presented in 1904 confirmed

In 1906 Sir Charles Sherrington published The Integrative Action of the Nervous System which was a collection of ten lectures delivered two years before at Yale University in the United States In this monograph

Sherrington summarized two decades of painstaking experimental observations and his incisive interpretation of them It settled the then-

current debate between the lsquolsquoReticular Theoryrsquorsquo versus lsquolsquoNeuron Doctrinersquorsquo ideas about the fundamental nature of the nervous system in mammals in favor of the latter and it changed forever the way in which subsequent generations have viewed the organization of the central

nervous system Sherringtonrsquos magnum opus contains basic concepts and even terminology that are now second nature to every student of the subject This brief article reviews the historical context in which the book was written summarizes its content and considers its impact on

Neurology and Neuroscience

2004 Sherrington Centenary Appreciation Noble Prize winning

Findings which were buried by the AMA Presented in 1904 confirmed

lsquo he is the scientistrsquos philosopher because he had advanced natural knowledge himself by skilled observation and experiment by 50 yearsrsquo

unremitting work in the laboratory and because his own interpretation of his discoveries had given a new extension to the biologistrsquos outlook Physiologists will know this well enough To those who have had to struggle with the mass of detailed material about the brain and cord

Sherringtonrsquos Integrative Action of the Nervous System brings order out of chaos it is hard reading at first because every sentence is charged with meaning some of it direct enough but some reaching out to half formed pictures of wider landscape Though it was published in 1906 it

is still as refreshing as it was then It has needed no revision but Sherringtonrsquos experimental work went on at high pressure for another 30

years filling in the gaps and strengthening the framework rsquo

SPEND FOUR HOURS TRAINING CArsquoS

going over article summaries to build their confidence in

Chiropractic

RICHARD SMITH Ed BMJ

Where is the Wisdom The Poverty of Medical Evidence

Where is the wisdom we have lost in knowledge and where asked T S Eliot is the knowledge we have lost in information There are perhaps 30000 biomedical journals in the world and they have grown steadily by 7 a year since the seventeenth century [1 2] Yet only about 15 of medical interventions are supported by solid scientific evidence David Eddy professor of health policy and management at Duke University North Carolina told a conference in Manchester last week

This is partly because only 1 of the articles in medical journals are scientifically sound [2 3] and partly because many treatments have never been assessed at all If said Professor Eddy it is true as the total quality management gurus tell us that lsquoevery defect is a treasurersquo then we are sitting on King Solomons mineldquo

BMJ 1991 (Oct 5)303798ndash9

Editorials The scandal of poor medical research

bull We need less research better research and research done for the right reasons

bull What should we think about a doctor who uses the wrong treatment either willfully or through ignorance or who uses the right treatment wrongly (such as by giving the wrong dose of a drug) Most people would agree that such behavior was unprofessional arguably unethical and certainly unacceptable

bull What then should we think about researchers who use the wrong techniques (either willfully or in ignorance) use the right techniques wrongly misinterpret their results report their results selectively cite the literature selectively and draw unjustified conclusions We should be appalled Yet numerous studies of the medical literature in both general and specialist journals have shown that all of the above phenomena are common This is surely a scandal

bull BMJ 1994308283-284 (29 January)

CLOSING STATEMENTCALL TO ACTION

Max Planck QuoteldquoA scientific truth does not triumph by

convincing its opponents and making them see the light but rather because its opponents eventually die and a new

generation grows up that is familiar with itrdquo

  • BIBLICAL FOUNDATION THAT INSPIRED MY DOCTORAL THESIS Viscero-Spinal and Spino-Visceral Syndromes Palpatory and Radiological Findings and Spinal Manipulative Therapy Vertebra By Vertebra Nerve By Nerve Clinical Management Couresowork amp Patient Education Visual Software Design Dedicated to JULIANA FARIDI Who Died In My Lap as a result of an undetected uncorrected Atlanto-Axial Subluxation which caused Hangmanrsquos Fracture at the Atlas Axis Vertebra The devastating effects of an undetected uncorrected subluxation Is loss of human life ndash In this case the life of my daughter
  • Slide 2
  • Slide 3
  • Slide 4
  • OPENING STATEMENT
  • Purpose of Sharing this Information
  • Slide 7
  • Slide 8
  • Slide 9
  • The Edwin Smith Papyrus
  • Slide 11
  • Slide 12
  • Slide 13
  • Decades Of Scientific Validation Based on a Foundation of Two Millennia
  • Slide 15
  • Slide 16
  • Expand Font Size Of Text Below Split in 3 or more Slides
  • Slide 18
  • Slide 19
  • Slide 20
  • Expand Font Size Of Text Below Split
  • 1867 James Paget Cases that bonesetters cure BMJ JANUARY 5 1867
  • 1887-1896 James Mackenzie Some Points Bearing on the Association of Sensory Disorders and Visceral Disease
  • 1893 Henry Head
  • Text From Head Article
  • Slide 26
  • Expand Font Size Of Text Below Split text into 2 slides
  • Slide 28
  • 1907 Louisa Burns Viscero-Somatic and Somato Visceral Spinal Reflexes (Hypothesis - Case Study ndash Animal Study Human Study Consensus) ndash 1927 (17 years per Institute of Medicine)
  • Expand Font Size Of Text Below Split text into Several slides PLEASE RETYPE
  • Slide 31
  • Slide 32
  • Slide 33
  • 1935 Sherrington Noble Prizes in Physiology and Medicine
  • Slide 35
  • 1967 Chester Wilk AMA Found Guilty of Conspiracy and Fraud
  • Slide 37
  • John J Bonica
  • 1975 Elizabeth Lomax Comments On Her Findings Based on 250 Year Literature Review
  • 1976 Irvin M Korr
  • Slide 41
  • 1979 Irvin M Korr (Part 2)
  • Slide 43
  • 1979 Irvin M Korr (Part 3)
  • Slide 45
  • 1981 Irvin M Korr (Part 4)
  • Slide 47
  • 1983 Myron Beal Viscerosomtic Reflexes Review of the Literature tabulating 142 Studiesby Author and Vertebral Segment
  • 1983 Myron Beal Viscerosomtic Reflexes Review of the Literature tabulating 142 Studies by Author and Vertebral Segment
  • Slide 50
  • John McM Mennel MD
  • 1992 ndash 2002 Nikolai Bogduk
  • 2000 Burns Centenary Appreciation Findings Presented in 1899 confirmed April 2000 JAOA Vol100 No4 p259-264
  • 2004 Sherrington Centenary Appreciation Noble Prize winning Findings which were buried by the AMA Presented in 1904 confirmed
  • Slide 55
  • Slide 56
  • RICHARD SMITH Ed BMJ Where is the Wisdom The Poverty of Medical Evidence
  • Editorials The scandal of poor medical research
  • CLOSING STATEMENT CALL TO ACTION
Page 8: Tariq Faridi Palmer Palmer South January15

bull Ephesians 415-16 But speaking the truth in love may grow up into him in all things which is the head even Christ 16 From whom the whole body fitly joined together and compacted by that which every joint supplieth according to the effectual working in the measure of every part maketh increase of the body unto the edifying of itself in love

bull Colossians 219 And not holding the Head from which all the body by joints and bands having nourishment ministered and knit together increaseth with the increase of God

bull (Also see Romans 121-2) Without a corrected Subluxation there is no transformation

Ephesians 416 From ltekgt whom lthosgt the whole ltpasgt body ltsomagt fitly joined together ltsunarmologeogt and ltkaigt compacted ltsumbibazogt by ltdiagt that which every ltpasgt joint lthaphegt supplieth ltepichoregiagt according ltkatagt to the effectual working ltenergeiagt in ltengt the measure ltmetrongt of every lthekastosgt part ltheisgt ltmerosgt maketh ltpoieogt increase ltauxesisgt of the body ltsomagt unto lteisgt the edifying ltoikodomegt of itself ltheautougt in ltengt love ltagapegt

BIBLICAL TERMINOLOGY FOR CHIROPRACTIC ADJUSTMENT

JOINED TOGETHER Sunarmologeo from 4862 and a derivative of a compound of 719 and 3004 (in its original sense of laying) to render

close-jointed together ie organize compactly--be fitly framed (joined) togetherCOMPACTED Sumbibazo from 4862 and bibazo (to force causative (by reduplication) of the base of 939) to drive together ie unite (in association or affection) (mentally) to infer show teach--compact assuredly gather intrust knit together prove (See Greek 4862 See Greek 939)JOINTS (HAPHE) from 680 probably a ligament (as fastening)--jointBANDS from 4862 and 1199 a joint tie ie ligament (figuratively) uniting principle control--band bond

The Edwin Smith Papyrus

Decades Of Scientific ValidationBased on a Foundation of Two Millennia

Avicenna Ambroise Pareacute Galenz

1741 Nicholas Andry Writes Patient Education Book

on Scoliosis Prevention for Parents

Expand Font SizeOf Text Below Split in 3 or more Slides

The word lsquoorthopaediarsquo was devised by a Parisian paediatrician Nicholas Andry who was Professor of Medicine at the University of

Paris and also Senior Dean of the Faculty of Physik In 1741 he published a book entitled lsquoOrthopaedia or The Art of Correcting and

Preventing Deformities in Children By such means that may be easily put into Correcting and Preventing Deformities in Children By

such means that may easily be put into practice by parents themselves and all such as are employed in Educating Childrenrsquo In the preface he stated ldquoAs to the title I have formed it of two Greek

words viz Ỏρθος straight and Πάίδον a child Out of the two words I have compounded that of Orthopaedia to express in one term the

design I propose which is to teach the different methods of preventing and correcting the deformities of childrenrdquo His method for correcting excessive curvature of a childrsquos leg was ldquoto apply as soon

as possible a small plate of iron on the hollow side of the leg and fasten it about the leg with a linen roller In a word the same method must be used in this case for recovering the shape of the leg as is

used for making straight the crooked trunk of a young treerdquo

Sir Nicholas Andry published at the age of 81

Orthopaedia The Art of Correcting and Preventing Deformities in Children

1867 James Paget Warns MDs of the cases DCs will cure which will take away their Income

Expand Font SizeOf Text Below Split

ldquoAFTER systematic lectures on the chief injuries of the bones and joints it may be useful if I try to enforce by particular illustrations some of the general principles that I stated and it may secure your attention if I use the form of speaking of the Cases that Bone-setters Cure For few of you are likely to practise without having a bone-setter for an enemy and if he can cure a case which you have failed to cure his fortune may be made and yours marredrdquo

1867 James Paget Cases that bonesetters cure BMJ JANUARY 5 1867

1887-1896 James MackenzieSome Points Bearing on the Association of Sensory Disorders and Visceral Disease

(Brain 1893 16321-352)

ldquoIn the following pages I deal in a somewhat discursive and desultory manner with the result of several yearslsquo enquiry into the symptoms

evoked in the sensory nervous system by disease of the viscera For many years the subject has been present in my mind and although for a long time I could not appreciate the value of all the phenomena yet by carefully noticing each circumstance in every case and by grouping the symptoms together I formulated for myself certain tentative laws of a somewhat vague nature trusting that with extended experience these

would become more denned and be of a less general nature What I have published on this subject does not fully accord with the results obtained

by Dr Head2 and although in many respects his results are more reliable than mine there are a few points on which we are in conflictrdquo

1893 Henry Head Thesis DISTURBANCES OF SENSATION

WITH SPECIAL REFERENCE TO THE PAIN OF VISCERAL DISEASE

(Sherringtonrsquos Friend includes Sherringtonrsquos unpublished findings)

Text From Head Article

Text From Head Article

Expand Font SizeOf Text Below Splittext into 2 slides

1905 CS Sherrington ndash Integrative Action of the

Nervous System and 37 Papers ndash Nobel Prize

In the year 1883 a legacy of $80000 was left to the President and Fellows of Yale College in the city of New Haven to be held in trust as a gift for her children in memory of their beloved and honored mother Mrs Hepsa Ely Silliman

On this foundation Yale College was requested and directed to establish an annual course of lectures designed to illustrate the presence and providence the wisdom and goodness of God as manifested in the natural and moral world

1907 Louisa BurnsViscero-Somatic and Somato Visceral Spinal Reflexes

(Hypothesis - Case Study ndash Animal Study Human Study Consensus) ndash 1927

(17 years per Institute of Medicine)

Expand Font SizeOf Text Below Split

text into Several slides PLEASE RETYPE

Expand Font SizeOf Text Below Split

text into Several slides PLEASE RETYPE

1933 Neville T UssherSpinal curvatures -- visceral disturbances

in relation thereto

1935 Sherrington Noble Prizes in Physiology and Medicine

bull CONVERT SLIDE BELOW INTO THREE SLIDES ONE WITH JUDGE

bull SUSANbull GETZENDANNERbull LADY IN GLASSES

BELOW

1967 Chester Wilk

AMA Found Guilty of Conspiracy and Fraud The suit claimed that the defendants had participated for years in an illegal conspiracy to destroy chiropractic On August 24 1987 after endless wrangling in the courts

US District Court judge Susan Getzendanner ruled that the AMA and its officials were guilty as charged of attempting to eliminate the chiropractic profession

The AMA offered a patient care defense however data from Workmens Compensation Bureau studies served to validate chiropractic care Specifically studies comparing chiropractic

care to care by a medical physician were presented which showed that chiropractors were ldquotwice as effective as

medical physicians for comparable injuries in returning injured workers to work at every level of injury severityrdquoEvidence at the trial showed that the defendants took active steps often covert to undermine chiropractic educational

institutions conceal evidence of the usefulness of chiropractic care undercut insurance programs for patients of chiropractors subvert government inquiries into the efficacy of chiropractic engage in a massive disinformation campaign to

discredit and destabilize the chiropractic profession and engage in numerous other activities to maintain a medical

physician monopoly over health care in this country

Chester Wilk

Attorney G McAndrews

John J Bonica

Bonica JJ Autonomic Innervation of the Viscera in Relation to Nerve

Block Anesthesiology 29293-813 Jul-Aug 68

1975 Elizabeth Lomax Comments On Her Findings Based on 250 Year Literature

Review

Research Status of Spinal Manipulative Therapy in 1975 historian Elizabeth Lomax MD presented her findings to the US government stating that as a result of her two hundred and fifty year scrutiny of scientific literature the physician

could clinch the diagnosis by finding tenderness in the appropriate vertebra

She Studied Articles Published between 1725 and 1975 (referenced the works by Andre Nicholas to Osler Head

Sherrington and Pre Beal Authors

1976 Irvin M Korr (Part 1)

The Spinal Cord as the Organizer of Disease

Processes Some Preliminary

Perspectives

1979 Irvin M Korr (Part 2)

The Spinal Cord as the Organizer of Disease

Processes The Peripheral Autonomic

Nervous System

1979 Irvin M Korr (Part 3)

The Spinal Cord as the Organizer of Disease

Processes Hyperactivity of sympathetic innervation

as a common factor in disease

1981 Irvin M Korr (Part 4)

The Spinal Cord as the Organizer of Disease Processes Axonal

transport and neurotrophic function in relation to somatic dysfunction

1983 Myron Beal Viscerosomtic Reflexes Review of the Literature

tabulating 142 Studiesby Author and Vertebral Segment

1983 Myron Beal Viscerosomtic Reflexes Review of the Literature

tabulating 142 Studies by Author and Vertebral Segment

1983 Myron Beal Viscerosomtic Reflexes Review of the Literature

tabulating 142 Studies by Author and Vertebral Segment

John McM Mennel MD

bull In a paper Understanding Manipulative Medicine in General Practice published in JMPT in 1989 states Then suddenly we find ourselves in practice where 80 of our patients complain to us for some sort of musculo-skeletal pain 80 may sound high yet remember that visceral and systemic diseases very frequently manifest themselves initially as musculoskeletal painldquo

bull Again John McM Mennel concludes his article as follows Joint dysfunction is not only a diagnosis but an early sign of visceral and systemic diseases

1992 ndash 2002 Nikolai Bogdukbull Only Structures Innervated by c1-c3 are known to cause Migrainesbull Example of Headache Pills ndash Imitrex ndash Naproxen ndash 2

ldquoCervicogenic headache is pain perceived in the head but referred from a primary sourcen in the cervical spine The physiologic basis for this pain is convergence between trigeminal afferents and afferents from the upper three cervical spinal nerves The possible sources of cervicogenic headache lie in the structures innervated by the C1 to C3 spinal nerves and include the upper cervical synovial joints the upper cervical muscles the C2-3 disc the vertebral and internal carotid arteries and the dura mater of the upper spinal cord and posterior cranial fossa Experiments in normal volunteers have established that the cervical muscles and joints can be sources of headacherdquo

bull Bogduk Nikolai The anatomical basis for cervicogenic headache JMPT 1567-70 January 1992

bull Bogduk N Curr Pain Headache Rep Cervicogenic headache anatomic basis and pathophysiologic mechanisms 2001 Aug5(4)382-6

Abstract The neuroanatomical basis for cervicogenic headache is convergence in the trigeminocervical nucleus between nociceptive afferents from the field of the trigemenial nerve and the receptive fields of the first three cervical nerves Only structures innervated by C1-C3 have been shown to be capable of causing headache These are the muscles joints and ligaments of the upper three cervical segments but also include the dura mater of the spinal cord and posterior cranial fossa and the vertebral artery

2000 Burns Centenary Appreciation

Findings Presented in 1899 confirmed

April 2000 JAOA Vol100 No4 p259-264

2004 Sherrington Centenary Appreciation Noble Prize winning

Findings which were buried by the AMA Presented in 1904 confirmed

In 1906 Sir Charles Sherrington published The Integrative Action of the Nervous System which was a collection of ten lectures delivered two years before at Yale University in the United States In this monograph

Sherrington summarized two decades of painstaking experimental observations and his incisive interpretation of them It settled the then-

current debate between the lsquolsquoReticular Theoryrsquorsquo versus lsquolsquoNeuron Doctrinersquorsquo ideas about the fundamental nature of the nervous system in mammals in favor of the latter and it changed forever the way in which subsequent generations have viewed the organization of the central

nervous system Sherringtonrsquos magnum opus contains basic concepts and even terminology that are now second nature to every student of the subject This brief article reviews the historical context in which the book was written summarizes its content and considers its impact on

Neurology and Neuroscience

2004 Sherrington Centenary Appreciation Noble Prize winning

Findings which were buried by the AMA Presented in 1904 confirmed

lsquo he is the scientistrsquos philosopher because he had advanced natural knowledge himself by skilled observation and experiment by 50 yearsrsquo

unremitting work in the laboratory and because his own interpretation of his discoveries had given a new extension to the biologistrsquos outlook Physiologists will know this well enough To those who have had to struggle with the mass of detailed material about the brain and cord

Sherringtonrsquos Integrative Action of the Nervous System brings order out of chaos it is hard reading at first because every sentence is charged with meaning some of it direct enough but some reaching out to half formed pictures of wider landscape Though it was published in 1906 it

is still as refreshing as it was then It has needed no revision but Sherringtonrsquos experimental work went on at high pressure for another 30

years filling in the gaps and strengthening the framework rsquo

SPEND FOUR HOURS TRAINING CArsquoS

going over article summaries to build their confidence in

Chiropractic

RICHARD SMITH Ed BMJ

Where is the Wisdom The Poverty of Medical Evidence

Where is the wisdom we have lost in knowledge and where asked T S Eliot is the knowledge we have lost in information There are perhaps 30000 biomedical journals in the world and they have grown steadily by 7 a year since the seventeenth century [1 2] Yet only about 15 of medical interventions are supported by solid scientific evidence David Eddy professor of health policy and management at Duke University North Carolina told a conference in Manchester last week

This is partly because only 1 of the articles in medical journals are scientifically sound [2 3] and partly because many treatments have never been assessed at all If said Professor Eddy it is true as the total quality management gurus tell us that lsquoevery defect is a treasurersquo then we are sitting on King Solomons mineldquo

BMJ 1991 (Oct 5)303798ndash9

Editorials The scandal of poor medical research

bull We need less research better research and research done for the right reasons

bull What should we think about a doctor who uses the wrong treatment either willfully or through ignorance or who uses the right treatment wrongly (such as by giving the wrong dose of a drug) Most people would agree that such behavior was unprofessional arguably unethical and certainly unacceptable

bull What then should we think about researchers who use the wrong techniques (either willfully or in ignorance) use the right techniques wrongly misinterpret their results report their results selectively cite the literature selectively and draw unjustified conclusions We should be appalled Yet numerous studies of the medical literature in both general and specialist journals have shown that all of the above phenomena are common This is surely a scandal

bull BMJ 1994308283-284 (29 January)

CLOSING STATEMENTCALL TO ACTION

Max Planck QuoteldquoA scientific truth does not triumph by

convincing its opponents and making them see the light but rather because its opponents eventually die and a new

generation grows up that is familiar with itrdquo

  • BIBLICAL FOUNDATION THAT INSPIRED MY DOCTORAL THESIS Viscero-Spinal and Spino-Visceral Syndromes Palpatory and Radiological Findings and Spinal Manipulative Therapy Vertebra By Vertebra Nerve By Nerve Clinical Management Couresowork amp Patient Education Visual Software Design Dedicated to JULIANA FARIDI Who Died In My Lap as a result of an undetected uncorrected Atlanto-Axial Subluxation which caused Hangmanrsquos Fracture at the Atlas Axis Vertebra The devastating effects of an undetected uncorrected subluxation Is loss of human life ndash In this case the life of my daughter
  • Slide 2
  • Slide 3
  • Slide 4
  • OPENING STATEMENT
  • Purpose of Sharing this Information
  • Slide 7
  • Slide 8
  • Slide 9
  • The Edwin Smith Papyrus
  • Slide 11
  • Slide 12
  • Slide 13
  • Decades Of Scientific Validation Based on a Foundation of Two Millennia
  • Slide 15
  • Slide 16
  • Expand Font Size Of Text Below Split in 3 or more Slides
  • Slide 18
  • Slide 19
  • Slide 20
  • Expand Font Size Of Text Below Split
  • 1867 James Paget Cases that bonesetters cure BMJ JANUARY 5 1867
  • 1887-1896 James Mackenzie Some Points Bearing on the Association of Sensory Disorders and Visceral Disease
  • 1893 Henry Head
  • Text From Head Article
  • Slide 26
  • Expand Font Size Of Text Below Split text into 2 slides
  • Slide 28
  • 1907 Louisa Burns Viscero-Somatic and Somato Visceral Spinal Reflexes (Hypothesis - Case Study ndash Animal Study Human Study Consensus) ndash 1927 (17 years per Institute of Medicine)
  • Expand Font Size Of Text Below Split text into Several slides PLEASE RETYPE
  • Slide 31
  • Slide 32
  • Slide 33
  • 1935 Sherrington Noble Prizes in Physiology and Medicine
  • Slide 35
  • 1967 Chester Wilk AMA Found Guilty of Conspiracy and Fraud
  • Slide 37
  • John J Bonica
  • 1975 Elizabeth Lomax Comments On Her Findings Based on 250 Year Literature Review
  • 1976 Irvin M Korr
  • Slide 41
  • 1979 Irvin M Korr (Part 2)
  • Slide 43
  • 1979 Irvin M Korr (Part 3)
  • Slide 45
  • 1981 Irvin M Korr (Part 4)
  • Slide 47
  • 1983 Myron Beal Viscerosomtic Reflexes Review of the Literature tabulating 142 Studiesby Author and Vertebral Segment
  • 1983 Myron Beal Viscerosomtic Reflexes Review of the Literature tabulating 142 Studies by Author and Vertebral Segment
  • Slide 50
  • John McM Mennel MD
  • 1992 ndash 2002 Nikolai Bogduk
  • 2000 Burns Centenary Appreciation Findings Presented in 1899 confirmed April 2000 JAOA Vol100 No4 p259-264
  • 2004 Sherrington Centenary Appreciation Noble Prize winning Findings which were buried by the AMA Presented in 1904 confirmed
  • Slide 55
  • Slide 56
  • RICHARD SMITH Ed BMJ Where is the Wisdom The Poverty of Medical Evidence
  • Editorials The scandal of poor medical research
  • CLOSING STATEMENT CALL TO ACTION
Page 9: Tariq Faridi Palmer Palmer South January15

Ephesians 416 From ltekgt whom lthosgt the whole ltpasgt body ltsomagt fitly joined together ltsunarmologeogt and ltkaigt compacted ltsumbibazogt by ltdiagt that which every ltpasgt joint lthaphegt supplieth ltepichoregiagt according ltkatagt to the effectual working ltenergeiagt in ltengt the measure ltmetrongt of every lthekastosgt part ltheisgt ltmerosgt maketh ltpoieogt increase ltauxesisgt of the body ltsomagt unto lteisgt the edifying ltoikodomegt of itself ltheautougt in ltengt love ltagapegt

BIBLICAL TERMINOLOGY FOR CHIROPRACTIC ADJUSTMENT

JOINED TOGETHER Sunarmologeo from 4862 and a derivative of a compound of 719 and 3004 (in its original sense of laying) to render

close-jointed together ie organize compactly--be fitly framed (joined) togetherCOMPACTED Sumbibazo from 4862 and bibazo (to force causative (by reduplication) of the base of 939) to drive together ie unite (in association or affection) (mentally) to infer show teach--compact assuredly gather intrust knit together prove (See Greek 4862 See Greek 939)JOINTS (HAPHE) from 680 probably a ligament (as fastening)--jointBANDS from 4862 and 1199 a joint tie ie ligament (figuratively) uniting principle control--band bond

The Edwin Smith Papyrus

Decades Of Scientific ValidationBased on a Foundation of Two Millennia

Avicenna Ambroise Pareacute Galenz

1741 Nicholas Andry Writes Patient Education Book

on Scoliosis Prevention for Parents

Expand Font SizeOf Text Below Split in 3 or more Slides

The word lsquoorthopaediarsquo was devised by a Parisian paediatrician Nicholas Andry who was Professor of Medicine at the University of

Paris and also Senior Dean of the Faculty of Physik In 1741 he published a book entitled lsquoOrthopaedia or The Art of Correcting and

Preventing Deformities in Children By such means that may be easily put into Correcting and Preventing Deformities in Children By

such means that may easily be put into practice by parents themselves and all such as are employed in Educating Childrenrsquo In the preface he stated ldquoAs to the title I have formed it of two Greek

words viz Ỏρθος straight and Πάίδον a child Out of the two words I have compounded that of Orthopaedia to express in one term the

design I propose which is to teach the different methods of preventing and correcting the deformities of childrenrdquo His method for correcting excessive curvature of a childrsquos leg was ldquoto apply as soon

as possible a small plate of iron on the hollow side of the leg and fasten it about the leg with a linen roller In a word the same method must be used in this case for recovering the shape of the leg as is

used for making straight the crooked trunk of a young treerdquo

Sir Nicholas Andry published at the age of 81

Orthopaedia The Art of Correcting and Preventing Deformities in Children

1867 James Paget Warns MDs of the cases DCs will cure which will take away their Income

Expand Font SizeOf Text Below Split

ldquoAFTER systematic lectures on the chief injuries of the bones and joints it may be useful if I try to enforce by particular illustrations some of the general principles that I stated and it may secure your attention if I use the form of speaking of the Cases that Bone-setters Cure For few of you are likely to practise without having a bone-setter for an enemy and if he can cure a case which you have failed to cure his fortune may be made and yours marredrdquo

1867 James Paget Cases that bonesetters cure BMJ JANUARY 5 1867

1887-1896 James MackenzieSome Points Bearing on the Association of Sensory Disorders and Visceral Disease

(Brain 1893 16321-352)

ldquoIn the following pages I deal in a somewhat discursive and desultory manner with the result of several yearslsquo enquiry into the symptoms

evoked in the sensory nervous system by disease of the viscera For many years the subject has been present in my mind and although for a long time I could not appreciate the value of all the phenomena yet by carefully noticing each circumstance in every case and by grouping the symptoms together I formulated for myself certain tentative laws of a somewhat vague nature trusting that with extended experience these

would become more denned and be of a less general nature What I have published on this subject does not fully accord with the results obtained

by Dr Head2 and although in many respects his results are more reliable than mine there are a few points on which we are in conflictrdquo

1893 Henry Head Thesis DISTURBANCES OF SENSATION

WITH SPECIAL REFERENCE TO THE PAIN OF VISCERAL DISEASE

(Sherringtonrsquos Friend includes Sherringtonrsquos unpublished findings)

Text From Head Article

Text From Head Article

Expand Font SizeOf Text Below Splittext into 2 slides

1905 CS Sherrington ndash Integrative Action of the

Nervous System and 37 Papers ndash Nobel Prize

In the year 1883 a legacy of $80000 was left to the President and Fellows of Yale College in the city of New Haven to be held in trust as a gift for her children in memory of their beloved and honored mother Mrs Hepsa Ely Silliman

On this foundation Yale College was requested and directed to establish an annual course of lectures designed to illustrate the presence and providence the wisdom and goodness of God as manifested in the natural and moral world

1907 Louisa BurnsViscero-Somatic and Somato Visceral Spinal Reflexes

(Hypothesis - Case Study ndash Animal Study Human Study Consensus) ndash 1927

(17 years per Institute of Medicine)

Expand Font SizeOf Text Below Split

text into Several slides PLEASE RETYPE

Expand Font SizeOf Text Below Split

text into Several slides PLEASE RETYPE

1933 Neville T UssherSpinal curvatures -- visceral disturbances

in relation thereto

1935 Sherrington Noble Prizes in Physiology and Medicine

bull CONVERT SLIDE BELOW INTO THREE SLIDES ONE WITH JUDGE

bull SUSANbull GETZENDANNERbull LADY IN GLASSES

BELOW

1967 Chester Wilk

AMA Found Guilty of Conspiracy and Fraud The suit claimed that the defendants had participated for years in an illegal conspiracy to destroy chiropractic On August 24 1987 after endless wrangling in the courts

US District Court judge Susan Getzendanner ruled that the AMA and its officials were guilty as charged of attempting to eliminate the chiropractic profession

The AMA offered a patient care defense however data from Workmens Compensation Bureau studies served to validate chiropractic care Specifically studies comparing chiropractic

care to care by a medical physician were presented which showed that chiropractors were ldquotwice as effective as

medical physicians for comparable injuries in returning injured workers to work at every level of injury severityrdquoEvidence at the trial showed that the defendants took active steps often covert to undermine chiropractic educational

institutions conceal evidence of the usefulness of chiropractic care undercut insurance programs for patients of chiropractors subvert government inquiries into the efficacy of chiropractic engage in a massive disinformation campaign to

discredit and destabilize the chiropractic profession and engage in numerous other activities to maintain a medical

physician monopoly over health care in this country

Chester Wilk

Attorney G McAndrews

John J Bonica

Bonica JJ Autonomic Innervation of the Viscera in Relation to Nerve

Block Anesthesiology 29293-813 Jul-Aug 68

1975 Elizabeth Lomax Comments On Her Findings Based on 250 Year Literature

Review

Research Status of Spinal Manipulative Therapy in 1975 historian Elizabeth Lomax MD presented her findings to the US government stating that as a result of her two hundred and fifty year scrutiny of scientific literature the physician

could clinch the diagnosis by finding tenderness in the appropriate vertebra

She Studied Articles Published between 1725 and 1975 (referenced the works by Andre Nicholas to Osler Head

Sherrington and Pre Beal Authors

1976 Irvin M Korr (Part 1)

The Spinal Cord as the Organizer of Disease

Processes Some Preliminary

Perspectives

1979 Irvin M Korr (Part 2)

The Spinal Cord as the Organizer of Disease

Processes The Peripheral Autonomic

Nervous System

1979 Irvin M Korr (Part 3)

The Spinal Cord as the Organizer of Disease

Processes Hyperactivity of sympathetic innervation

as a common factor in disease

1981 Irvin M Korr (Part 4)

The Spinal Cord as the Organizer of Disease Processes Axonal

transport and neurotrophic function in relation to somatic dysfunction

1983 Myron Beal Viscerosomtic Reflexes Review of the Literature

tabulating 142 Studiesby Author and Vertebral Segment

1983 Myron Beal Viscerosomtic Reflexes Review of the Literature

tabulating 142 Studies by Author and Vertebral Segment

1983 Myron Beal Viscerosomtic Reflexes Review of the Literature

tabulating 142 Studies by Author and Vertebral Segment

John McM Mennel MD

bull In a paper Understanding Manipulative Medicine in General Practice published in JMPT in 1989 states Then suddenly we find ourselves in practice where 80 of our patients complain to us for some sort of musculo-skeletal pain 80 may sound high yet remember that visceral and systemic diseases very frequently manifest themselves initially as musculoskeletal painldquo

bull Again John McM Mennel concludes his article as follows Joint dysfunction is not only a diagnosis but an early sign of visceral and systemic diseases

1992 ndash 2002 Nikolai Bogdukbull Only Structures Innervated by c1-c3 are known to cause Migrainesbull Example of Headache Pills ndash Imitrex ndash Naproxen ndash 2

ldquoCervicogenic headache is pain perceived in the head but referred from a primary sourcen in the cervical spine The physiologic basis for this pain is convergence between trigeminal afferents and afferents from the upper three cervical spinal nerves The possible sources of cervicogenic headache lie in the structures innervated by the C1 to C3 spinal nerves and include the upper cervical synovial joints the upper cervical muscles the C2-3 disc the vertebral and internal carotid arteries and the dura mater of the upper spinal cord and posterior cranial fossa Experiments in normal volunteers have established that the cervical muscles and joints can be sources of headacherdquo

bull Bogduk Nikolai The anatomical basis for cervicogenic headache JMPT 1567-70 January 1992

bull Bogduk N Curr Pain Headache Rep Cervicogenic headache anatomic basis and pathophysiologic mechanisms 2001 Aug5(4)382-6

Abstract The neuroanatomical basis for cervicogenic headache is convergence in the trigeminocervical nucleus between nociceptive afferents from the field of the trigemenial nerve and the receptive fields of the first three cervical nerves Only structures innervated by C1-C3 have been shown to be capable of causing headache These are the muscles joints and ligaments of the upper three cervical segments but also include the dura mater of the spinal cord and posterior cranial fossa and the vertebral artery

2000 Burns Centenary Appreciation

Findings Presented in 1899 confirmed

April 2000 JAOA Vol100 No4 p259-264

2004 Sherrington Centenary Appreciation Noble Prize winning

Findings which were buried by the AMA Presented in 1904 confirmed

In 1906 Sir Charles Sherrington published The Integrative Action of the Nervous System which was a collection of ten lectures delivered two years before at Yale University in the United States In this monograph

Sherrington summarized two decades of painstaking experimental observations and his incisive interpretation of them It settled the then-

current debate between the lsquolsquoReticular Theoryrsquorsquo versus lsquolsquoNeuron Doctrinersquorsquo ideas about the fundamental nature of the nervous system in mammals in favor of the latter and it changed forever the way in which subsequent generations have viewed the organization of the central

nervous system Sherringtonrsquos magnum opus contains basic concepts and even terminology that are now second nature to every student of the subject This brief article reviews the historical context in which the book was written summarizes its content and considers its impact on

Neurology and Neuroscience

2004 Sherrington Centenary Appreciation Noble Prize winning

Findings which were buried by the AMA Presented in 1904 confirmed

lsquo he is the scientistrsquos philosopher because he had advanced natural knowledge himself by skilled observation and experiment by 50 yearsrsquo

unremitting work in the laboratory and because his own interpretation of his discoveries had given a new extension to the biologistrsquos outlook Physiologists will know this well enough To those who have had to struggle with the mass of detailed material about the brain and cord

Sherringtonrsquos Integrative Action of the Nervous System brings order out of chaos it is hard reading at first because every sentence is charged with meaning some of it direct enough but some reaching out to half formed pictures of wider landscape Though it was published in 1906 it

is still as refreshing as it was then It has needed no revision but Sherringtonrsquos experimental work went on at high pressure for another 30

years filling in the gaps and strengthening the framework rsquo

SPEND FOUR HOURS TRAINING CArsquoS

going over article summaries to build their confidence in

Chiropractic

RICHARD SMITH Ed BMJ

Where is the Wisdom The Poverty of Medical Evidence

Where is the wisdom we have lost in knowledge and where asked T S Eliot is the knowledge we have lost in information There are perhaps 30000 biomedical journals in the world and they have grown steadily by 7 a year since the seventeenth century [1 2] Yet only about 15 of medical interventions are supported by solid scientific evidence David Eddy professor of health policy and management at Duke University North Carolina told a conference in Manchester last week

This is partly because only 1 of the articles in medical journals are scientifically sound [2 3] and partly because many treatments have never been assessed at all If said Professor Eddy it is true as the total quality management gurus tell us that lsquoevery defect is a treasurersquo then we are sitting on King Solomons mineldquo

BMJ 1991 (Oct 5)303798ndash9

Editorials The scandal of poor medical research

bull We need less research better research and research done for the right reasons

bull What should we think about a doctor who uses the wrong treatment either willfully or through ignorance or who uses the right treatment wrongly (such as by giving the wrong dose of a drug) Most people would agree that such behavior was unprofessional arguably unethical and certainly unacceptable

bull What then should we think about researchers who use the wrong techniques (either willfully or in ignorance) use the right techniques wrongly misinterpret their results report their results selectively cite the literature selectively and draw unjustified conclusions We should be appalled Yet numerous studies of the medical literature in both general and specialist journals have shown that all of the above phenomena are common This is surely a scandal

bull BMJ 1994308283-284 (29 January)

CLOSING STATEMENTCALL TO ACTION

Max Planck QuoteldquoA scientific truth does not triumph by

convincing its opponents and making them see the light but rather because its opponents eventually die and a new

generation grows up that is familiar with itrdquo

  • BIBLICAL FOUNDATION THAT INSPIRED MY DOCTORAL THESIS Viscero-Spinal and Spino-Visceral Syndromes Palpatory and Radiological Findings and Spinal Manipulative Therapy Vertebra By Vertebra Nerve By Nerve Clinical Management Couresowork amp Patient Education Visual Software Design Dedicated to JULIANA FARIDI Who Died In My Lap as a result of an undetected uncorrected Atlanto-Axial Subluxation which caused Hangmanrsquos Fracture at the Atlas Axis Vertebra The devastating effects of an undetected uncorrected subluxation Is loss of human life ndash In this case the life of my daughter
  • Slide 2
  • Slide 3
  • Slide 4
  • OPENING STATEMENT
  • Purpose of Sharing this Information
  • Slide 7
  • Slide 8
  • Slide 9
  • The Edwin Smith Papyrus
  • Slide 11
  • Slide 12
  • Slide 13
  • Decades Of Scientific Validation Based on a Foundation of Two Millennia
  • Slide 15
  • Slide 16
  • Expand Font Size Of Text Below Split in 3 or more Slides
  • Slide 18
  • Slide 19
  • Slide 20
  • Expand Font Size Of Text Below Split
  • 1867 James Paget Cases that bonesetters cure BMJ JANUARY 5 1867
  • 1887-1896 James Mackenzie Some Points Bearing on the Association of Sensory Disorders and Visceral Disease
  • 1893 Henry Head
  • Text From Head Article
  • Slide 26
  • Expand Font Size Of Text Below Split text into 2 slides
  • Slide 28
  • 1907 Louisa Burns Viscero-Somatic and Somato Visceral Spinal Reflexes (Hypothesis - Case Study ndash Animal Study Human Study Consensus) ndash 1927 (17 years per Institute of Medicine)
  • Expand Font Size Of Text Below Split text into Several slides PLEASE RETYPE
  • Slide 31
  • Slide 32
  • Slide 33
  • 1935 Sherrington Noble Prizes in Physiology and Medicine
  • Slide 35
  • 1967 Chester Wilk AMA Found Guilty of Conspiracy and Fraud
  • Slide 37
  • John J Bonica
  • 1975 Elizabeth Lomax Comments On Her Findings Based on 250 Year Literature Review
  • 1976 Irvin M Korr
  • Slide 41
  • 1979 Irvin M Korr (Part 2)
  • Slide 43
  • 1979 Irvin M Korr (Part 3)
  • Slide 45
  • 1981 Irvin M Korr (Part 4)
  • Slide 47
  • 1983 Myron Beal Viscerosomtic Reflexes Review of the Literature tabulating 142 Studiesby Author and Vertebral Segment
  • 1983 Myron Beal Viscerosomtic Reflexes Review of the Literature tabulating 142 Studies by Author and Vertebral Segment
  • Slide 50
  • John McM Mennel MD
  • 1992 ndash 2002 Nikolai Bogduk
  • 2000 Burns Centenary Appreciation Findings Presented in 1899 confirmed April 2000 JAOA Vol100 No4 p259-264
  • 2004 Sherrington Centenary Appreciation Noble Prize winning Findings which were buried by the AMA Presented in 1904 confirmed
  • Slide 55
  • Slide 56
  • RICHARD SMITH Ed BMJ Where is the Wisdom The Poverty of Medical Evidence
  • Editorials The scandal of poor medical research
  • CLOSING STATEMENT CALL TO ACTION
Page 10: Tariq Faridi Palmer Palmer South January15

The Edwin Smith Papyrus

Decades Of Scientific ValidationBased on a Foundation of Two Millennia

Avicenna Ambroise Pareacute Galenz

1741 Nicholas Andry Writes Patient Education Book

on Scoliosis Prevention for Parents

Expand Font SizeOf Text Below Split in 3 or more Slides

The word lsquoorthopaediarsquo was devised by a Parisian paediatrician Nicholas Andry who was Professor of Medicine at the University of

Paris and also Senior Dean of the Faculty of Physik In 1741 he published a book entitled lsquoOrthopaedia or The Art of Correcting and

Preventing Deformities in Children By such means that may be easily put into Correcting and Preventing Deformities in Children By

such means that may easily be put into practice by parents themselves and all such as are employed in Educating Childrenrsquo In the preface he stated ldquoAs to the title I have formed it of two Greek

words viz Ỏρθος straight and Πάίδον a child Out of the two words I have compounded that of Orthopaedia to express in one term the

design I propose which is to teach the different methods of preventing and correcting the deformities of childrenrdquo His method for correcting excessive curvature of a childrsquos leg was ldquoto apply as soon

as possible a small plate of iron on the hollow side of the leg and fasten it about the leg with a linen roller In a word the same method must be used in this case for recovering the shape of the leg as is

used for making straight the crooked trunk of a young treerdquo

Sir Nicholas Andry published at the age of 81

Orthopaedia The Art of Correcting and Preventing Deformities in Children

1867 James Paget Warns MDs of the cases DCs will cure which will take away their Income

Expand Font SizeOf Text Below Split

ldquoAFTER systematic lectures on the chief injuries of the bones and joints it may be useful if I try to enforce by particular illustrations some of the general principles that I stated and it may secure your attention if I use the form of speaking of the Cases that Bone-setters Cure For few of you are likely to practise without having a bone-setter for an enemy and if he can cure a case which you have failed to cure his fortune may be made and yours marredrdquo

1867 James Paget Cases that bonesetters cure BMJ JANUARY 5 1867

1887-1896 James MackenzieSome Points Bearing on the Association of Sensory Disorders and Visceral Disease

(Brain 1893 16321-352)

ldquoIn the following pages I deal in a somewhat discursive and desultory manner with the result of several yearslsquo enquiry into the symptoms

evoked in the sensory nervous system by disease of the viscera For many years the subject has been present in my mind and although for a long time I could not appreciate the value of all the phenomena yet by carefully noticing each circumstance in every case and by grouping the symptoms together I formulated for myself certain tentative laws of a somewhat vague nature trusting that with extended experience these

would become more denned and be of a less general nature What I have published on this subject does not fully accord with the results obtained

by Dr Head2 and although in many respects his results are more reliable than mine there are a few points on which we are in conflictrdquo

1893 Henry Head Thesis DISTURBANCES OF SENSATION

WITH SPECIAL REFERENCE TO THE PAIN OF VISCERAL DISEASE

(Sherringtonrsquos Friend includes Sherringtonrsquos unpublished findings)

Text From Head Article

Text From Head Article

Expand Font SizeOf Text Below Splittext into 2 slides

1905 CS Sherrington ndash Integrative Action of the

Nervous System and 37 Papers ndash Nobel Prize

In the year 1883 a legacy of $80000 was left to the President and Fellows of Yale College in the city of New Haven to be held in trust as a gift for her children in memory of their beloved and honored mother Mrs Hepsa Ely Silliman

On this foundation Yale College was requested and directed to establish an annual course of lectures designed to illustrate the presence and providence the wisdom and goodness of God as manifested in the natural and moral world

1907 Louisa BurnsViscero-Somatic and Somato Visceral Spinal Reflexes

(Hypothesis - Case Study ndash Animal Study Human Study Consensus) ndash 1927

(17 years per Institute of Medicine)

Expand Font SizeOf Text Below Split

text into Several slides PLEASE RETYPE

Expand Font SizeOf Text Below Split

text into Several slides PLEASE RETYPE

1933 Neville T UssherSpinal curvatures -- visceral disturbances

in relation thereto

1935 Sherrington Noble Prizes in Physiology and Medicine

bull CONVERT SLIDE BELOW INTO THREE SLIDES ONE WITH JUDGE

bull SUSANbull GETZENDANNERbull LADY IN GLASSES

BELOW

1967 Chester Wilk

AMA Found Guilty of Conspiracy and Fraud The suit claimed that the defendants had participated for years in an illegal conspiracy to destroy chiropractic On August 24 1987 after endless wrangling in the courts

US District Court judge Susan Getzendanner ruled that the AMA and its officials were guilty as charged of attempting to eliminate the chiropractic profession

The AMA offered a patient care defense however data from Workmens Compensation Bureau studies served to validate chiropractic care Specifically studies comparing chiropractic

care to care by a medical physician were presented which showed that chiropractors were ldquotwice as effective as

medical physicians for comparable injuries in returning injured workers to work at every level of injury severityrdquoEvidence at the trial showed that the defendants took active steps often covert to undermine chiropractic educational

institutions conceal evidence of the usefulness of chiropractic care undercut insurance programs for patients of chiropractors subvert government inquiries into the efficacy of chiropractic engage in a massive disinformation campaign to

discredit and destabilize the chiropractic profession and engage in numerous other activities to maintain a medical

physician monopoly over health care in this country

Chester Wilk

Attorney G McAndrews

John J Bonica

Bonica JJ Autonomic Innervation of the Viscera in Relation to Nerve

Block Anesthesiology 29293-813 Jul-Aug 68

1975 Elizabeth Lomax Comments On Her Findings Based on 250 Year Literature

Review

Research Status of Spinal Manipulative Therapy in 1975 historian Elizabeth Lomax MD presented her findings to the US government stating that as a result of her two hundred and fifty year scrutiny of scientific literature the physician

could clinch the diagnosis by finding tenderness in the appropriate vertebra

She Studied Articles Published between 1725 and 1975 (referenced the works by Andre Nicholas to Osler Head

Sherrington and Pre Beal Authors

1976 Irvin M Korr (Part 1)

The Spinal Cord as the Organizer of Disease

Processes Some Preliminary

Perspectives

1979 Irvin M Korr (Part 2)

The Spinal Cord as the Organizer of Disease

Processes The Peripheral Autonomic

Nervous System

1979 Irvin M Korr (Part 3)

The Spinal Cord as the Organizer of Disease

Processes Hyperactivity of sympathetic innervation

as a common factor in disease

1981 Irvin M Korr (Part 4)

The Spinal Cord as the Organizer of Disease Processes Axonal

transport and neurotrophic function in relation to somatic dysfunction

1983 Myron Beal Viscerosomtic Reflexes Review of the Literature

tabulating 142 Studiesby Author and Vertebral Segment

1983 Myron Beal Viscerosomtic Reflexes Review of the Literature

tabulating 142 Studies by Author and Vertebral Segment

1983 Myron Beal Viscerosomtic Reflexes Review of the Literature

tabulating 142 Studies by Author and Vertebral Segment

John McM Mennel MD

bull In a paper Understanding Manipulative Medicine in General Practice published in JMPT in 1989 states Then suddenly we find ourselves in practice where 80 of our patients complain to us for some sort of musculo-skeletal pain 80 may sound high yet remember that visceral and systemic diseases very frequently manifest themselves initially as musculoskeletal painldquo

bull Again John McM Mennel concludes his article as follows Joint dysfunction is not only a diagnosis but an early sign of visceral and systemic diseases

1992 ndash 2002 Nikolai Bogdukbull Only Structures Innervated by c1-c3 are known to cause Migrainesbull Example of Headache Pills ndash Imitrex ndash Naproxen ndash 2

ldquoCervicogenic headache is pain perceived in the head but referred from a primary sourcen in the cervical spine The physiologic basis for this pain is convergence between trigeminal afferents and afferents from the upper three cervical spinal nerves The possible sources of cervicogenic headache lie in the structures innervated by the C1 to C3 spinal nerves and include the upper cervical synovial joints the upper cervical muscles the C2-3 disc the vertebral and internal carotid arteries and the dura mater of the upper spinal cord and posterior cranial fossa Experiments in normal volunteers have established that the cervical muscles and joints can be sources of headacherdquo

bull Bogduk Nikolai The anatomical basis for cervicogenic headache JMPT 1567-70 January 1992

bull Bogduk N Curr Pain Headache Rep Cervicogenic headache anatomic basis and pathophysiologic mechanisms 2001 Aug5(4)382-6

Abstract The neuroanatomical basis for cervicogenic headache is convergence in the trigeminocervical nucleus between nociceptive afferents from the field of the trigemenial nerve and the receptive fields of the first three cervical nerves Only structures innervated by C1-C3 have been shown to be capable of causing headache These are the muscles joints and ligaments of the upper three cervical segments but also include the dura mater of the spinal cord and posterior cranial fossa and the vertebral artery

2000 Burns Centenary Appreciation

Findings Presented in 1899 confirmed

April 2000 JAOA Vol100 No4 p259-264

2004 Sherrington Centenary Appreciation Noble Prize winning

Findings which were buried by the AMA Presented in 1904 confirmed

In 1906 Sir Charles Sherrington published The Integrative Action of the Nervous System which was a collection of ten lectures delivered two years before at Yale University in the United States In this monograph

Sherrington summarized two decades of painstaking experimental observations and his incisive interpretation of them It settled the then-

current debate between the lsquolsquoReticular Theoryrsquorsquo versus lsquolsquoNeuron Doctrinersquorsquo ideas about the fundamental nature of the nervous system in mammals in favor of the latter and it changed forever the way in which subsequent generations have viewed the organization of the central

nervous system Sherringtonrsquos magnum opus contains basic concepts and even terminology that are now second nature to every student of the subject This brief article reviews the historical context in which the book was written summarizes its content and considers its impact on

Neurology and Neuroscience

2004 Sherrington Centenary Appreciation Noble Prize winning

Findings which were buried by the AMA Presented in 1904 confirmed

lsquo he is the scientistrsquos philosopher because he had advanced natural knowledge himself by skilled observation and experiment by 50 yearsrsquo

unremitting work in the laboratory and because his own interpretation of his discoveries had given a new extension to the biologistrsquos outlook Physiologists will know this well enough To those who have had to struggle with the mass of detailed material about the brain and cord

Sherringtonrsquos Integrative Action of the Nervous System brings order out of chaos it is hard reading at first because every sentence is charged with meaning some of it direct enough but some reaching out to half formed pictures of wider landscape Though it was published in 1906 it

is still as refreshing as it was then It has needed no revision but Sherringtonrsquos experimental work went on at high pressure for another 30

years filling in the gaps and strengthening the framework rsquo

SPEND FOUR HOURS TRAINING CArsquoS

going over article summaries to build their confidence in

Chiropractic

RICHARD SMITH Ed BMJ

Where is the Wisdom The Poverty of Medical Evidence

Where is the wisdom we have lost in knowledge and where asked T S Eliot is the knowledge we have lost in information There are perhaps 30000 biomedical journals in the world and they have grown steadily by 7 a year since the seventeenth century [1 2] Yet only about 15 of medical interventions are supported by solid scientific evidence David Eddy professor of health policy and management at Duke University North Carolina told a conference in Manchester last week

This is partly because only 1 of the articles in medical journals are scientifically sound [2 3] and partly because many treatments have never been assessed at all If said Professor Eddy it is true as the total quality management gurus tell us that lsquoevery defect is a treasurersquo then we are sitting on King Solomons mineldquo

BMJ 1991 (Oct 5)303798ndash9

Editorials The scandal of poor medical research

bull We need less research better research and research done for the right reasons

bull What should we think about a doctor who uses the wrong treatment either willfully or through ignorance or who uses the right treatment wrongly (such as by giving the wrong dose of a drug) Most people would agree that such behavior was unprofessional arguably unethical and certainly unacceptable

bull What then should we think about researchers who use the wrong techniques (either willfully or in ignorance) use the right techniques wrongly misinterpret their results report their results selectively cite the literature selectively and draw unjustified conclusions We should be appalled Yet numerous studies of the medical literature in both general and specialist journals have shown that all of the above phenomena are common This is surely a scandal

bull BMJ 1994308283-284 (29 January)

CLOSING STATEMENTCALL TO ACTION

Max Planck QuoteldquoA scientific truth does not triumph by

convincing its opponents and making them see the light but rather because its opponents eventually die and a new

generation grows up that is familiar with itrdquo

  • BIBLICAL FOUNDATION THAT INSPIRED MY DOCTORAL THESIS Viscero-Spinal and Spino-Visceral Syndromes Palpatory and Radiological Findings and Spinal Manipulative Therapy Vertebra By Vertebra Nerve By Nerve Clinical Management Couresowork amp Patient Education Visual Software Design Dedicated to JULIANA FARIDI Who Died In My Lap as a result of an undetected uncorrected Atlanto-Axial Subluxation which caused Hangmanrsquos Fracture at the Atlas Axis Vertebra The devastating effects of an undetected uncorrected subluxation Is loss of human life ndash In this case the life of my daughter
  • Slide 2
  • Slide 3
  • Slide 4
  • OPENING STATEMENT
  • Purpose of Sharing this Information
  • Slide 7
  • Slide 8
  • Slide 9
  • The Edwin Smith Papyrus
  • Slide 11
  • Slide 12
  • Slide 13
  • Decades Of Scientific Validation Based on a Foundation of Two Millennia
  • Slide 15
  • Slide 16
  • Expand Font Size Of Text Below Split in 3 or more Slides
  • Slide 18
  • Slide 19
  • Slide 20
  • Expand Font Size Of Text Below Split
  • 1867 James Paget Cases that bonesetters cure BMJ JANUARY 5 1867
  • 1887-1896 James Mackenzie Some Points Bearing on the Association of Sensory Disorders and Visceral Disease
  • 1893 Henry Head
  • Text From Head Article
  • Slide 26
  • Expand Font Size Of Text Below Split text into 2 slides
  • Slide 28
  • 1907 Louisa Burns Viscero-Somatic and Somato Visceral Spinal Reflexes (Hypothesis - Case Study ndash Animal Study Human Study Consensus) ndash 1927 (17 years per Institute of Medicine)
  • Expand Font Size Of Text Below Split text into Several slides PLEASE RETYPE
  • Slide 31
  • Slide 32
  • Slide 33
  • 1935 Sherrington Noble Prizes in Physiology and Medicine
  • Slide 35
  • 1967 Chester Wilk AMA Found Guilty of Conspiracy and Fraud
  • Slide 37
  • John J Bonica
  • 1975 Elizabeth Lomax Comments On Her Findings Based on 250 Year Literature Review
  • 1976 Irvin M Korr
  • Slide 41
  • 1979 Irvin M Korr (Part 2)
  • Slide 43
  • 1979 Irvin M Korr (Part 3)
  • Slide 45
  • 1981 Irvin M Korr (Part 4)
  • Slide 47
  • 1983 Myron Beal Viscerosomtic Reflexes Review of the Literature tabulating 142 Studiesby Author and Vertebral Segment
  • 1983 Myron Beal Viscerosomtic Reflexes Review of the Literature tabulating 142 Studies by Author and Vertebral Segment
  • Slide 50
  • John McM Mennel MD
  • 1992 ndash 2002 Nikolai Bogduk
  • 2000 Burns Centenary Appreciation Findings Presented in 1899 confirmed April 2000 JAOA Vol100 No4 p259-264
  • 2004 Sherrington Centenary Appreciation Noble Prize winning Findings which were buried by the AMA Presented in 1904 confirmed
  • Slide 55
  • Slide 56
  • RICHARD SMITH Ed BMJ Where is the Wisdom The Poverty of Medical Evidence
  • Editorials The scandal of poor medical research
  • CLOSING STATEMENT CALL TO ACTION
Page 11: Tariq Faridi Palmer Palmer South January15

Decades Of Scientific ValidationBased on a Foundation of Two Millennia

Avicenna Ambroise Pareacute Galenz

1741 Nicholas Andry Writes Patient Education Book

on Scoliosis Prevention for Parents

Expand Font SizeOf Text Below Split in 3 or more Slides

The word lsquoorthopaediarsquo was devised by a Parisian paediatrician Nicholas Andry who was Professor of Medicine at the University of

Paris and also Senior Dean of the Faculty of Physik In 1741 he published a book entitled lsquoOrthopaedia or The Art of Correcting and

Preventing Deformities in Children By such means that may be easily put into Correcting and Preventing Deformities in Children By

such means that may easily be put into practice by parents themselves and all such as are employed in Educating Childrenrsquo In the preface he stated ldquoAs to the title I have formed it of two Greek

words viz Ỏρθος straight and Πάίδον a child Out of the two words I have compounded that of Orthopaedia to express in one term the

design I propose which is to teach the different methods of preventing and correcting the deformities of childrenrdquo His method for correcting excessive curvature of a childrsquos leg was ldquoto apply as soon

as possible a small plate of iron on the hollow side of the leg and fasten it about the leg with a linen roller In a word the same method must be used in this case for recovering the shape of the leg as is

used for making straight the crooked trunk of a young treerdquo

Sir Nicholas Andry published at the age of 81

Orthopaedia The Art of Correcting and Preventing Deformities in Children

1867 James Paget Warns MDs of the cases DCs will cure which will take away their Income

Expand Font SizeOf Text Below Split

ldquoAFTER systematic lectures on the chief injuries of the bones and joints it may be useful if I try to enforce by particular illustrations some of the general principles that I stated and it may secure your attention if I use the form of speaking of the Cases that Bone-setters Cure For few of you are likely to practise without having a bone-setter for an enemy and if he can cure a case which you have failed to cure his fortune may be made and yours marredrdquo

1867 James Paget Cases that bonesetters cure BMJ JANUARY 5 1867

1887-1896 James MackenzieSome Points Bearing on the Association of Sensory Disorders and Visceral Disease

(Brain 1893 16321-352)

ldquoIn the following pages I deal in a somewhat discursive and desultory manner with the result of several yearslsquo enquiry into the symptoms

evoked in the sensory nervous system by disease of the viscera For many years the subject has been present in my mind and although for a long time I could not appreciate the value of all the phenomena yet by carefully noticing each circumstance in every case and by grouping the symptoms together I formulated for myself certain tentative laws of a somewhat vague nature trusting that with extended experience these

would become more denned and be of a less general nature What I have published on this subject does not fully accord with the results obtained

by Dr Head2 and although in many respects his results are more reliable than mine there are a few points on which we are in conflictrdquo

1893 Henry Head Thesis DISTURBANCES OF SENSATION

WITH SPECIAL REFERENCE TO THE PAIN OF VISCERAL DISEASE

(Sherringtonrsquos Friend includes Sherringtonrsquos unpublished findings)

Text From Head Article

Text From Head Article

Expand Font SizeOf Text Below Splittext into 2 slides

1905 CS Sherrington ndash Integrative Action of the

Nervous System and 37 Papers ndash Nobel Prize

In the year 1883 a legacy of $80000 was left to the President and Fellows of Yale College in the city of New Haven to be held in trust as a gift for her children in memory of their beloved and honored mother Mrs Hepsa Ely Silliman

On this foundation Yale College was requested and directed to establish an annual course of lectures designed to illustrate the presence and providence the wisdom and goodness of God as manifested in the natural and moral world

1907 Louisa BurnsViscero-Somatic and Somato Visceral Spinal Reflexes

(Hypothesis - Case Study ndash Animal Study Human Study Consensus) ndash 1927

(17 years per Institute of Medicine)

Expand Font SizeOf Text Below Split

text into Several slides PLEASE RETYPE

Expand Font SizeOf Text Below Split

text into Several slides PLEASE RETYPE

1933 Neville T UssherSpinal curvatures -- visceral disturbances

in relation thereto

1935 Sherrington Noble Prizes in Physiology and Medicine

bull CONVERT SLIDE BELOW INTO THREE SLIDES ONE WITH JUDGE

bull SUSANbull GETZENDANNERbull LADY IN GLASSES

BELOW

1967 Chester Wilk

AMA Found Guilty of Conspiracy and Fraud The suit claimed that the defendants had participated for years in an illegal conspiracy to destroy chiropractic On August 24 1987 after endless wrangling in the courts

US District Court judge Susan Getzendanner ruled that the AMA and its officials were guilty as charged of attempting to eliminate the chiropractic profession

The AMA offered a patient care defense however data from Workmens Compensation Bureau studies served to validate chiropractic care Specifically studies comparing chiropractic

care to care by a medical physician were presented which showed that chiropractors were ldquotwice as effective as

medical physicians for comparable injuries in returning injured workers to work at every level of injury severityrdquoEvidence at the trial showed that the defendants took active steps often covert to undermine chiropractic educational

institutions conceal evidence of the usefulness of chiropractic care undercut insurance programs for patients of chiropractors subvert government inquiries into the efficacy of chiropractic engage in a massive disinformation campaign to

discredit and destabilize the chiropractic profession and engage in numerous other activities to maintain a medical

physician monopoly over health care in this country

Chester Wilk

Attorney G McAndrews

John J Bonica

Bonica JJ Autonomic Innervation of the Viscera in Relation to Nerve

Block Anesthesiology 29293-813 Jul-Aug 68

1975 Elizabeth Lomax Comments On Her Findings Based on 250 Year Literature

Review

Research Status of Spinal Manipulative Therapy in 1975 historian Elizabeth Lomax MD presented her findings to the US government stating that as a result of her two hundred and fifty year scrutiny of scientific literature the physician

could clinch the diagnosis by finding tenderness in the appropriate vertebra

She Studied Articles Published between 1725 and 1975 (referenced the works by Andre Nicholas to Osler Head

Sherrington and Pre Beal Authors

1976 Irvin M Korr (Part 1)

The Spinal Cord as the Organizer of Disease

Processes Some Preliminary

Perspectives

1979 Irvin M Korr (Part 2)

The Spinal Cord as the Organizer of Disease

Processes The Peripheral Autonomic

Nervous System

1979 Irvin M Korr (Part 3)

The Spinal Cord as the Organizer of Disease

Processes Hyperactivity of sympathetic innervation

as a common factor in disease

1981 Irvin M Korr (Part 4)

The Spinal Cord as the Organizer of Disease Processes Axonal

transport and neurotrophic function in relation to somatic dysfunction

1983 Myron Beal Viscerosomtic Reflexes Review of the Literature

tabulating 142 Studiesby Author and Vertebral Segment

1983 Myron Beal Viscerosomtic Reflexes Review of the Literature

tabulating 142 Studies by Author and Vertebral Segment

1983 Myron Beal Viscerosomtic Reflexes Review of the Literature

tabulating 142 Studies by Author and Vertebral Segment

John McM Mennel MD

bull In a paper Understanding Manipulative Medicine in General Practice published in JMPT in 1989 states Then suddenly we find ourselves in practice where 80 of our patients complain to us for some sort of musculo-skeletal pain 80 may sound high yet remember that visceral and systemic diseases very frequently manifest themselves initially as musculoskeletal painldquo

bull Again John McM Mennel concludes his article as follows Joint dysfunction is not only a diagnosis but an early sign of visceral and systemic diseases

1992 ndash 2002 Nikolai Bogdukbull Only Structures Innervated by c1-c3 are known to cause Migrainesbull Example of Headache Pills ndash Imitrex ndash Naproxen ndash 2

ldquoCervicogenic headache is pain perceived in the head but referred from a primary sourcen in the cervical spine The physiologic basis for this pain is convergence between trigeminal afferents and afferents from the upper three cervical spinal nerves The possible sources of cervicogenic headache lie in the structures innervated by the C1 to C3 spinal nerves and include the upper cervical synovial joints the upper cervical muscles the C2-3 disc the vertebral and internal carotid arteries and the dura mater of the upper spinal cord and posterior cranial fossa Experiments in normal volunteers have established that the cervical muscles and joints can be sources of headacherdquo

bull Bogduk Nikolai The anatomical basis for cervicogenic headache JMPT 1567-70 January 1992

bull Bogduk N Curr Pain Headache Rep Cervicogenic headache anatomic basis and pathophysiologic mechanisms 2001 Aug5(4)382-6

Abstract The neuroanatomical basis for cervicogenic headache is convergence in the trigeminocervical nucleus between nociceptive afferents from the field of the trigemenial nerve and the receptive fields of the first three cervical nerves Only structures innervated by C1-C3 have been shown to be capable of causing headache These are the muscles joints and ligaments of the upper three cervical segments but also include the dura mater of the spinal cord and posterior cranial fossa and the vertebral artery

2000 Burns Centenary Appreciation

Findings Presented in 1899 confirmed

April 2000 JAOA Vol100 No4 p259-264

2004 Sherrington Centenary Appreciation Noble Prize winning

Findings which were buried by the AMA Presented in 1904 confirmed

In 1906 Sir Charles Sherrington published The Integrative Action of the Nervous System which was a collection of ten lectures delivered two years before at Yale University in the United States In this monograph

Sherrington summarized two decades of painstaking experimental observations and his incisive interpretation of them It settled the then-

current debate between the lsquolsquoReticular Theoryrsquorsquo versus lsquolsquoNeuron Doctrinersquorsquo ideas about the fundamental nature of the nervous system in mammals in favor of the latter and it changed forever the way in which subsequent generations have viewed the organization of the central

nervous system Sherringtonrsquos magnum opus contains basic concepts and even terminology that are now second nature to every student of the subject This brief article reviews the historical context in which the book was written summarizes its content and considers its impact on

Neurology and Neuroscience

2004 Sherrington Centenary Appreciation Noble Prize winning

Findings which were buried by the AMA Presented in 1904 confirmed

lsquo he is the scientistrsquos philosopher because he had advanced natural knowledge himself by skilled observation and experiment by 50 yearsrsquo

unremitting work in the laboratory and because his own interpretation of his discoveries had given a new extension to the biologistrsquos outlook Physiologists will know this well enough To those who have had to struggle with the mass of detailed material about the brain and cord

Sherringtonrsquos Integrative Action of the Nervous System brings order out of chaos it is hard reading at first because every sentence is charged with meaning some of it direct enough but some reaching out to half formed pictures of wider landscape Though it was published in 1906 it

is still as refreshing as it was then It has needed no revision but Sherringtonrsquos experimental work went on at high pressure for another 30

years filling in the gaps and strengthening the framework rsquo

SPEND FOUR HOURS TRAINING CArsquoS

going over article summaries to build their confidence in

Chiropractic

RICHARD SMITH Ed BMJ

Where is the Wisdom The Poverty of Medical Evidence

Where is the wisdom we have lost in knowledge and where asked T S Eliot is the knowledge we have lost in information There are perhaps 30000 biomedical journals in the world and they have grown steadily by 7 a year since the seventeenth century [1 2] Yet only about 15 of medical interventions are supported by solid scientific evidence David Eddy professor of health policy and management at Duke University North Carolina told a conference in Manchester last week

This is partly because only 1 of the articles in medical journals are scientifically sound [2 3] and partly because many treatments have never been assessed at all If said Professor Eddy it is true as the total quality management gurus tell us that lsquoevery defect is a treasurersquo then we are sitting on King Solomons mineldquo

BMJ 1991 (Oct 5)303798ndash9

Editorials The scandal of poor medical research

bull We need less research better research and research done for the right reasons

bull What should we think about a doctor who uses the wrong treatment either willfully or through ignorance or who uses the right treatment wrongly (such as by giving the wrong dose of a drug) Most people would agree that such behavior was unprofessional arguably unethical and certainly unacceptable

bull What then should we think about researchers who use the wrong techniques (either willfully or in ignorance) use the right techniques wrongly misinterpret their results report their results selectively cite the literature selectively and draw unjustified conclusions We should be appalled Yet numerous studies of the medical literature in both general and specialist journals have shown that all of the above phenomena are common This is surely a scandal

bull BMJ 1994308283-284 (29 January)

CLOSING STATEMENTCALL TO ACTION

Max Planck QuoteldquoA scientific truth does not triumph by

convincing its opponents and making them see the light but rather because its opponents eventually die and a new

generation grows up that is familiar with itrdquo

  • BIBLICAL FOUNDATION THAT INSPIRED MY DOCTORAL THESIS Viscero-Spinal and Spino-Visceral Syndromes Palpatory and Radiological Findings and Spinal Manipulative Therapy Vertebra By Vertebra Nerve By Nerve Clinical Management Couresowork amp Patient Education Visual Software Design Dedicated to JULIANA FARIDI Who Died In My Lap as a result of an undetected uncorrected Atlanto-Axial Subluxation which caused Hangmanrsquos Fracture at the Atlas Axis Vertebra The devastating effects of an undetected uncorrected subluxation Is loss of human life ndash In this case the life of my daughter
  • Slide 2
  • Slide 3
  • Slide 4
  • OPENING STATEMENT
  • Purpose of Sharing this Information
  • Slide 7
  • Slide 8
  • Slide 9
  • The Edwin Smith Papyrus
  • Slide 11
  • Slide 12
  • Slide 13
  • Decades Of Scientific Validation Based on a Foundation of Two Millennia
  • Slide 15
  • Slide 16
  • Expand Font Size Of Text Below Split in 3 or more Slides
  • Slide 18
  • Slide 19
  • Slide 20
  • Expand Font Size Of Text Below Split
  • 1867 James Paget Cases that bonesetters cure BMJ JANUARY 5 1867
  • 1887-1896 James Mackenzie Some Points Bearing on the Association of Sensory Disorders and Visceral Disease
  • 1893 Henry Head
  • Text From Head Article
  • Slide 26
  • Expand Font Size Of Text Below Split text into 2 slides
  • Slide 28
  • 1907 Louisa Burns Viscero-Somatic and Somato Visceral Spinal Reflexes (Hypothesis - Case Study ndash Animal Study Human Study Consensus) ndash 1927 (17 years per Institute of Medicine)
  • Expand Font Size Of Text Below Split text into Several slides PLEASE RETYPE
  • Slide 31
  • Slide 32
  • Slide 33
  • 1935 Sherrington Noble Prizes in Physiology and Medicine
  • Slide 35
  • 1967 Chester Wilk AMA Found Guilty of Conspiracy and Fraud
  • Slide 37
  • John J Bonica
  • 1975 Elizabeth Lomax Comments On Her Findings Based on 250 Year Literature Review
  • 1976 Irvin M Korr
  • Slide 41
  • 1979 Irvin M Korr (Part 2)
  • Slide 43
  • 1979 Irvin M Korr (Part 3)
  • Slide 45
  • 1981 Irvin M Korr (Part 4)
  • Slide 47
  • 1983 Myron Beal Viscerosomtic Reflexes Review of the Literature tabulating 142 Studiesby Author and Vertebral Segment
  • 1983 Myron Beal Viscerosomtic Reflexes Review of the Literature tabulating 142 Studies by Author and Vertebral Segment
  • Slide 50
  • John McM Mennel MD
  • 1992 ndash 2002 Nikolai Bogduk
  • 2000 Burns Centenary Appreciation Findings Presented in 1899 confirmed April 2000 JAOA Vol100 No4 p259-264
  • 2004 Sherrington Centenary Appreciation Noble Prize winning Findings which were buried by the AMA Presented in 1904 confirmed
  • Slide 55
  • Slide 56
  • RICHARD SMITH Ed BMJ Where is the Wisdom The Poverty of Medical Evidence
  • Editorials The scandal of poor medical research
  • CLOSING STATEMENT CALL TO ACTION
Page 12: Tariq Faridi Palmer Palmer South January15

1741 Nicholas Andry Writes Patient Education Book

on Scoliosis Prevention for Parents

Expand Font SizeOf Text Below Split in 3 or more Slides

The word lsquoorthopaediarsquo was devised by a Parisian paediatrician Nicholas Andry who was Professor of Medicine at the University of

Paris and also Senior Dean of the Faculty of Physik In 1741 he published a book entitled lsquoOrthopaedia or The Art of Correcting and

Preventing Deformities in Children By such means that may be easily put into Correcting and Preventing Deformities in Children By

such means that may easily be put into practice by parents themselves and all such as are employed in Educating Childrenrsquo In the preface he stated ldquoAs to the title I have formed it of two Greek

words viz Ỏρθος straight and Πάίδον a child Out of the two words I have compounded that of Orthopaedia to express in one term the

design I propose which is to teach the different methods of preventing and correcting the deformities of childrenrdquo His method for correcting excessive curvature of a childrsquos leg was ldquoto apply as soon

as possible a small plate of iron on the hollow side of the leg and fasten it about the leg with a linen roller In a word the same method must be used in this case for recovering the shape of the leg as is

used for making straight the crooked trunk of a young treerdquo

Sir Nicholas Andry published at the age of 81

Orthopaedia The Art of Correcting and Preventing Deformities in Children

1867 James Paget Warns MDs of the cases DCs will cure which will take away their Income

Expand Font SizeOf Text Below Split

ldquoAFTER systematic lectures on the chief injuries of the bones and joints it may be useful if I try to enforce by particular illustrations some of the general principles that I stated and it may secure your attention if I use the form of speaking of the Cases that Bone-setters Cure For few of you are likely to practise without having a bone-setter for an enemy and if he can cure a case which you have failed to cure his fortune may be made and yours marredrdquo

1867 James Paget Cases that bonesetters cure BMJ JANUARY 5 1867

1887-1896 James MackenzieSome Points Bearing on the Association of Sensory Disorders and Visceral Disease

(Brain 1893 16321-352)

ldquoIn the following pages I deal in a somewhat discursive and desultory manner with the result of several yearslsquo enquiry into the symptoms

evoked in the sensory nervous system by disease of the viscera For many years the subject has been present in my mind and although for a long time I could not appreciate the value of all the phenomena yet by carefully noticing each circumstance in every case and by grouping the symptoms together I formulated for myself certain tentative laws of a somewhat vague nature trusting that with extended experience these

would become more denned and be of a less general nature What I have published on this subject does not fully accord with the results obtained

by Dr Head2 and although in many respects his results are more reliable than mine there are a few points on which we are in conflictrdquo

1893 Henry Head Thesis DISTURBANCES OF SENSATION

WITH SPECIAL REFERENCE TO THE PAIN OF VISCERAL DISEASE

(Sherringtonrsquos Friend includes Sherringtonrsquos unpublished findings)

Text From Head Article

Text From Head Article

Expand Font SizeOf Text Below Splittext into 2 slides

1905 CS Sherrington ndash Integrative Action of the

Nervous System and 37 Papers ndash Nobel Prize

In the year 1883 a legacy of $80000 was left to the President and Fellows of Yale College in the city of New Haven to be held in trust as a gift for her children in memory of their beloved and honored mother Mrs Hepsa Ely Silliman

On this foundation Yale College was requested and directed to establish an annual course of lectures designed to illustrate the presence and providence the wisdom and goodness of God as manifested in the natural and moral world

1907 Louisa BurnsViscero-Somatic and Somato Visceral Spinal Reflexes

(Hypothesis - Case Study ndash Animal Study Human Study Consensus) ndash 1927

(17 years per Institute of Medicine)

Expand Font SizeOf Text Below Split

text into Several slides PLEASE RETYPE

Expand Font SizeOf Text Below Split

text into Several slides PLEASE RETYPE

1933 Neville T UssherSpinal curvatures -- visceral disturbances

in relation thereto

1935 Sherrington Noble Prizes in Physiology and Medicine

bull CONVERT SLIDE BELOW INTO THREE SLIDES ONE WITH JUDGE

bull SUSANbull GETZENDANNERbull LADY IN GLASSES

BELOW

1967 Chester Wilk

AMA Found Guilty of Conspiracy and Fraud The suit claimed that the defendants had participated for years in an illegal conspiracy to destroy chiropractic On August 24 1987 after endless wrangling in the courts

US District Court judge Susan Getzendanner ruled that the AMA and its officials were guilty as charged of attempting to eliminate the chiropractic profession

The AMA offered a patient care defense however data from Workmens Compensation Bureau studies served to validate chiropractic care Specifically studies comparing chiropractic

care to care by a medical physician were presented which showed that chiropractors were ldquotwice as effective as

medical physicians for comparable injuries in returning injured workers to work at every level of injury severityrdquoEvidence at the trial showed that the defendants took active steps often covert to undermine chiropractic educational

institutions conceal evidence of the usefulness of chiropractic care undercut insurance programs for patients of chiropractors subvert government inquiries into the efficacy of chiropractic engage in a massive disinformation campaign to

discredit and destabilize the chiropractic profession and engage in numerous other activities to maintain a medical

physician monopoly over health care in this country

Chester Wilk

Attorney G McAndrews

John J Bonica

Bonica JJ Autonomic Innervation of the Viscera in Relation to Nerve

Block Anesthesiology 29293-813 Jul-Aug 68

1975 Elizabeth Lomax Comments On Her Findings Based on 250 Year Literature

Review

Research Status of Spinal Manipulative Therapy in 1975 historian Elizabeth Lomax MD presented her findings to the US government stating that as a result of her two hundred and fifty year scrutiny of scientific literature the physician

could clinch the diagnosis by finding tenderness in the appropriate vertebra

She Studied Articles Published between 1725 and 1975 (referenced the works by Andre Nicholas to Osler Head

Sherrington and Pre Beal Authors

1976 Irvin M Korr (Part 1)

The Spinal Cord as the Organizer of Disease

Processes Some Preliminary

Perspectives

1979 Irvin M Korr (Part 2)

The Spinal Cord as the Organizer of Disease

Processes The Peripheral Autonomic

Nervous System

1979 Irvin M Korr (Part 3)

The Spinal Cord as the Organizer of Disease

Processes Hyperactivity of sympathetic innervation

as a common factor in disease

1981 Irvin M Korr (Part 4)

The Spinal Cord as the Organizer of Disease Processes Axonal

transport and neurotrophic function in relation to somatic dysfunction

1983 Myron Beal Viscerosomtic Reflexes Review of the Literature

tabulating 142 Studiesby Author and Vertebral Segment

1983 Myron Beal Viscerosomtic Reflexes Review of the Literature

tabulating 142 Studies by Author and Vertebral Segment

1983 Myron Beal Viscerosomtic Reflexes Review of the Literature

tabulating 142 Studies by Author and Vertebral Segment

John McM Mennel MD

bull In a paper Understanding Manipulative Medicine in General Practice published in JMPT in 1989 states Then suddenly we find ourselves in practice where 80 of our patients complain to us for some sort of musculo-skeletal pain 80 may sound high yet remember that visceral and systemic diseases very frequently manifest themselves initially as musculoskeletal painldquo

bull Again John McM Mennel concludes his article as follows Joint dysfunction is not only a diagnosis but an early sign of visceral and systemic diseases

1992 ndash 2002 Nikolai Bogdukbull Only Structures Innervated by c1-c3 are known to cause Migrainesbull Example of Headache Pills ndash Imitrex ndash Naproxen ndash 2

ldquoCervicogenic headache is pain perceived in the head but referred from a primary sourcen in the cervical spine The physiologic basis for this pain is convergence between trigeminal afferents and afferents from the upper three cervical spinal nerves The possible sources of cervicogenic headache lie in the structures innervated by the C1 to C3 spinal nerves and include the upper cervical synovial joints the upper cervical muscles the C2-3 disc the vertebral and internal carotid arteries and the dura mater of the upper spinal cord and posterior cranial fossa Experiments in normal volunteers have established that the cervical muscles and joints can be sources of headacherdquo

bull Bogduk Nikolai The anatomical basis for cervicogenic headache JMPT 1567-70 January 1992

bull Bogduk N Curr Pain Headache Rep Cervicogenic headache anatomic basis and pathophysiologic mechanisms 2001 Aug5(4)382-6

Abstract The neuroanatomical basis for cervicogenic headache is convergence in the trigeminocervical nucleus between nociceptive afferents from the field of the trigemenial nerve and the receptive fields of the first three cervical nerves Only structures innervated by C1-C3 have been shown to be capable of causing headache These are the muscles joints and ligaments of the upper three cervical segments but also include the dura mater of the spinal cord and posterior cranial fossa and the vertebral artery

2000 Burns Centenary Appreciation

Findings Presented in 1899 confirmed

April 2000 JAOA Vol100 No4 p259-264

2004 Sherrington Centenary Appreciation Noble Prize winning

Findings which were buried by the AMA Presented in 1904 confirmed

In 1906 Sir Charles Sherrington published The Integrative Action of the Nervous System which was a collection of ten lectures delivered two years before at Yale University in the United States In this monograph

Sherrington summarized two decades of painstaking experimental observations and his incisive interpretation of them It settled the then-

current debate between the lsquolsquoReticular Theoryrsquorsquo versus lsquolsquoNeuron Doctrinersquorsquo ideas about the fundamental nature of the nervous system in mammals in favor of the latter and it changed forever the way in which subsequent generations have viewed the organization of the central

nervous system Sherringtonrsquos magnum opus contains basic concepts and even terminology that are now second nature to every student of the subject This brief article reviews the historical context in which the book was written summarizes its content and considers its impact on

Neurology and Neuroscience

2004 Sherrington Centenary Appreciation Noble Prize winning

Findings which were buried by the AMA Presented in 1904 confirmed

lsquo he is the scientistrsquos philosopher because he had advanced natural knowledge himself by skilled observation and experiment by 50 yearsrsquo

unremitting work in the laboratory and because his own interpretation of his discoveries had given a new extension to the biologistrsquos outlook Physiologists will know this well enough To those who have had to struggle with the mass of detailed material about the brain and cord

Sherringtonrsquos Integrative Action of the Nervous System brings order out of chaos it is hard reading at first because every sentence is charged with meaning some of it direct enough but some reaching out to half formed pictures of wider landscape Though it was published in 1906 it

is still as refreshing as it was then It has needed no revision but Sherringtonrsquos experimental work went on at high pressure for another 30

years filling in the gaps and strengthening the framework rsquo

SPEND FOUR HOURS TRAINING CArsquoS

going over article summaries to build their confidence in

Chiropractic

RICHARD SMITH Ed BMJ

Where is the Wisdom The Poverty of Medical Evidence

Where is the wisdom we have lost in knowledge and where asked T S Eliot is the knowledge we have lost in information There are perhaps 30000 biomedical journals in the world and they have grown steadily by 7 a year since the seventeenth century [1 2] Yet only about 15 of medical interventions are supported by solid scientific evidence David Eddy professor of health policy and management at Duke University North Carolina told a conference in Manchester last week

This is partly because only 1 of the articles in medical journals are scientifically sound [2 3] and partly because many treatments have never been assessed at all If said Professor Eddy it is true as the total quality management gurus tell us that lsquoevery defect is a treasurersquo then we are sitting on King Solomons mineldquo

BMJ 1991 (Oct 5)303798ndash9

Editorials The scandal of poor medical research

bull We need less research better research and research done for the right reasons

bull What should we think about a doctor who uses the wrong treatment either willfully or through ignorance or who uses the right treatment wrongly (such as by giving the wrong dose of a drug) Most people would agree that such behavior was unprofessional arguably unethical and certainly unacceptable

bull What then should we think about researchers who use the wrong techniques (either willfully or in ignorance) use the right techniques wrongly misinterpret their results report their results selectively cite the literature selectively and draw unjustified conclusions We should be appalled Yet numerous studies of the medical literature in both general and specialist journals have shown that all of the above phenomena are common This is surely a scandal

bull BMJ 1994308283-284 (29 January)

CLOSING STATEMENTCALL TO ACTION

Max Planck QuoteldquoA scientific truth does not triumph by

convincing its opponents and making them see the light but rather because its opponents eventually die and a new

generation grows up that is familiar with itrdquo

  • BIBLICAL FOUNDATION THAT INSPIRED MY DOCTORAL THESIS Viscero-Spinal and Spino-Visceral Syndromes Palpatory and Radiological Findings and Spinal Manipulative Therapy Vertebra By Vertebra Nerve By Nerve Clinical Management Couresowork amp Patient Education Visual Software Design Dedicated to JULIANA FARIDI Who Died In My Lap as a result of an undetected uncorrected Atlanto-Axial Subluxation which caused Hangmanrsquos Fracture at the Atlas Axis Vertebra The devastating effects of an undetected uncorrected subluxation Is loss of human life ndash In this case the life of my daughter
  • Slide 2
  • Slide 3
  • Slide 4
  • OPENING STATEMENT
  • Purpose of Sharing this Information
  • Slide 7
  • Slide 8
  • Slide 9
  • The Edwin Smith Papyrus
  • Slide 11
  • Slide 12
  • Slide 13
  • Decades Of Scientific Validation Based on a Foundation of Two Millennia
  • Slide 15
  • Slide 16
  • Expand Font Size Of Text Below Split in 3 or more Slides
  • Slide 18
  • Slide 19
  • Slide 20
  • Expand Font Size Of Text Below Split
  • 1867 James Paget Cases that bonesetters cure BMJ JANUARY 5 1867
  • 1887-1896 James Mackenzie Some Points Bearing on the Association of Sensory Disorders and Visceral Disease
  • 1893 Henry Head
  • Text From Head Article
  • Slide 26
  • Expand Font Size Of Text Below Split text into 2 slides
  • Slide 28
  • 1907 Louisa Burns Viscero-Somatic and Somato Visceral Spinal Reflexes (Hypothesis - Case Study ndash Animal Study Human Study Consensus) ndash 1927 (17 years per Institute of Medicine)
  • Expand Font Size Of Text Below Split text into Several slides PLEASE RETYPE
  • Slide 31
  • Slide 32
  • Slide 33
  • 1935 Sherrington Noble Prizes in Physiology and Medicine
  • Slide 35
  • 1967 Chester Wilk AMA Found Guilty of Conspiracy and Fraud
  • Slide 37
  • John J Bonica
  • 1975 Elizabeth Lomax Comments On Her Findings Based on 250 Year Literature Review
  • 1976 Irvin M Korr
  • Slide 41
  • 1979 Irvin M Korr (Part 2)
  • Slide 43
  • 1979 Irvin M Korr (Part 3)
  • Slide 45
  • 1981 Irvin M Korr (Part 4)
  • Slide 47
  • 1983 Myron Beal Viscerosomtic Reflexes Review of the Literature tabulating 142 Studiesby Author and Vertebral Segment
  • 1983 Myron Beal Viscerosomtic Reflexes Review of the Literature tabulating 142 Studies by Author and Vertebral Segment
  • Slide 50
  • John McM Mennel MD
  • 1992 ndash 2002 Nikolai Bogduk
  • 2000 Burns Centenary Appreciation Findings Presented in 1899 confirmed April 2000 JAOA Vol100 No4 p259-264
  • 2004 Sherrington Centenary Appreciation Noble Prize winning Findings which were buried by the AMA Presented in 1904 confirmed
  • Slide 55
  • Slide 56
  • RICHARD SMITH Ed BMJ Where is the Wisdom The Poverty of Medical Evidence
  • Editorials The scandal of poor medical research
  • CLOSING STATEMENT CALL TO ACTION
Page 13: Tariq Faridi Palmer Palmer South January15

Expand Font SizeOf Text Below Split in 3 or more Slides

The word lsquoorthopaediarsquo was devised by a Parisian paediatrician Nicholas Andry who was Professor of Medicine at the University of

Paris and also Senior Dean of the Faculty of Physik In 1741 he published a book entitled lsquoOrthopaedia or The Art of Correcting and

Preventing Deformities in Children By such means that may be easily put into Correcting and Preventing Deformities in Children By

such means that may easily be put into practice by parents themselves and all such as are employed in Educating Childrenrsquo In the preface he stated ldquoAs to the title I have formed it of two Greek

words viz Ỏρθος straight and Πάίδον a child Out of the two words I have compounded that of Orthopaedia to express in one term the

design I propose which is to teach the different methods of preventing and correcting the deformities of childrenrdquo His method for correcting excessive curvature of a childrsquos leg was ldquoto apply as soon

as possible a small plate of iron on the hollow side of the leg and fasten it about the leg with a linen roller In a word the same method must be used in this case for recovering the shape of the leg as is

used for making straight the crooked trunk of a young treerdquo

Sir Nicholas Andry published at the age of 81

Orthopaedia The Art of Correcting and Preventing Deformities in Children

1867 James Paget Warns MDs of the cases DCs will cure which will take away their Income

Expand Font SizeOf Text Below Split

ldquoAFTER systematic lectures on the chief injuries of the bones and joints it may be useful if I try to enforce by particular illustrations some of the general principles that I stated and it may secure your attention if I use the form of speaking of the Cases that Bone-setters Cure For few of you are likely to practise without having a bone-setter for an enemy and if he can cure a case which you have failed to cure his fortune may be made and yours marredrdquo

1867 James Paget Cases that bonesetters cure BMJ JANUARY 5 1867

1887-1896 James MackenzieSome Points Bearing on the Association of Sensory Disorders and Visceral Disease

(Brain 1893 16321-352)

ldquoIn the following pages I deal in a somewhat discursive and desultory manner with the result of several yearslsquo enquiry into the symptoms

evoked in the sensory nervous system by disease of the viscera For many years the subject has been present in my mind and although for a long time I could not appreciate the value of all the phenomena yet by carefully noticing each circumstance in every case and by grouping the symptoms together I formulated for myself certain tentative laws of a somewhat vague nature trusting that with extended experience these

would become more denned and be of a less general nature What I have published on this subject does not fully accord with the results obtained

by Dr Head2 and although in many respects his results are more reliable than mine there are a few points on which we are in conflictrdquo

1893 Henry Head Thesis DISTURBANCES OF SENSATION

WITH SPECIAL REFERENCE TO THE PAIN OF VISCERAL DISEASE

(Sherringtonrsquos Friend includes Sherringtonrsquos unpublished findings)

Text From Head Article

Text From Head Article

Expand Font SizeOf Text Below Splittext into 2 slides

1905 CS Sherrington ndash Integrative Action of the

Nervous System and 37 Papers ndash Nobel Prize

In the year 1883 a legacy of $80000 was left to the President and Fellows of Yale College in the city of New Haven to be held in trust as a gift for her children in memory of their beloved and honored mother Mrs Hepsa Ely Silliman

On this foundation Yale College was requested and directed to establish an annual course of lectures designed to illustrate the presence and providence the wisdom and goodness of God as manifested in the natural and moral world

1907 Louisa BurnsViscero-Somatic and Somato Visceral Spinal Reflexes

(Hypothesis - Case Study ndash Animal Study Human Study Consensus) ndash 1927

(17 years per Institute of Medicine)

Expand Font SizeOf Text Below Split

text into Several slides PLEASE RETYPE

Expand Font SizeOf Text Below Split

text into Several slides PLEASE RETYPE

1933 Neville T UssherSpinal curvatures -- visceral disturbances

in relation thereto

1935 Sherrington Noble Prizes in Physiology and Medicine

bull CONVERT SLIDE BELOW INTO THREE SLIDES ONE WITH JUDGE

bull SUSANbull GETZENDANNERbull LADY IN GLASSES

BELOW

1967 Chester Wilk

AMA Found Guilty of Conspiracy and Fraud The suit claimed that the defendants had participated for years in an illegal conspiracy to destroy chiropractic On August 24 1987 after endless wrangling in the courts

US District Court judge Susan Getzendanner ruled that the AMA and its officials were guilty as charged of attempting to eliminate the chiropractic profession

The AMA offered a patient care defense however data from Workmens Compensation Bureau studies served to validate chiropractic care Specifically studies comparing chiropractic

care to care by a medical physician were presented which showed that chiropractors were ldquotwice as effective as

medical physicians for comparable injuries in returning injured workers to work at every level of injury severityrdquoEvidence at the trial showed that the defendants took active steps often covert to undermine chiropractic educational

institutions conceal evidence of the usefulness of chiropractic care undercut insurance programs for patients of chiropractors subvert government inquiries into the efficacy of chiropractic engage in a massive disinformation campaign to

discredit and destabilize the chiropractic profession and engage in numerous other activities to maintain a medical

physician monopoly over health care in this country

Chester Wilk

Attorney G McAndrews

John J Bonica

Bonica JJ Autonomic Innervation of the Viscera in Relation to Nerve

Block Anesthesiology 29293-813 Jul-Aug 68

1975 Elizabeth Lomax Comments On Her Findings Based on 250 Year Literature

Review

Research Status of Spinal Manipulative Therapy in 1975 historian Elizabeth Lomax MD presented her findings to the US government stating that as a result of her two hundred and fifty year scrutiny of scientific literature the physician

could clinch the diagnosis by finding tenderness in the appropriate vertebra

She Studied Articles Published between 1725 and 1975 (referenced the works by Andre Nicholas to Osler Head

Sherrington and Pre Beal Authors

1976 Irvin M Korr (Part 1)

The Spinal Cord as the Organizer of Disease

Processes Some Preliminary

Perspectives

1979 Irvin M Korr (Part 2)

The Spinal Cord as the Organizer of Disease

Processes The Peripheral Autonomic

Nervous System

1979 Irvin M Korr (Part 3)

The Spinal Cord as the Organizer of Disease

Processes Hyperactivity of sympathetic innervation

as a common factor in disease

1981 Irvin M Korr (Part 4)

The Spinal Cord as the Organizer of Disease Processes Axonal

transport and neurotrophic function in relation to somatic dysfunction

1983 Myron Beal Viscerosomtic Reflexes Review of the Literature

tabulating 142 Studiesby Author and Vertebral Segment

1983 Myron Beal Viscerosomtic Reflexes Review of the Literature

tabulating 142 Studies by Author and Vertebral Segment

1983 Myron Beal Viscerosomtic Reflexes Review of the Literature

tabulating 142 Studies by Author and Vertebral Segment

John McM Mennel MD

bull In a paper Understanding Manipulative Medicine in General Practice published in JMPT in 1989 states Then suddenly we find ourselves in practice where 80 of our patients complain to us for some sort of musculo-skeletal pain 80 may sound high yet remember that visceral and systemic diseases very frequently manifest themselves initially as musculoskeletal painldquo

bull Again John McM Mennel concludes his article as follows Joint dysfunction is not only a diagnosis but an early sign of visceral and systemic diseases

1992 ndash 2002 Nikolai Bogdukbull Only Structures Innervated by c1-c3 are known to cause Migrainesbull Example of Headache Pills ndash Imitrex ndash Naproxen ndash 2

ldquoCervicogenic headache is pain perceived in the head but referred from a primary sourcen in the cervical spine The physiologic basis for this pain is convergence between trigeminal afferents and afferents from the upper three cervical spinal nerves The possible sources of cervicogenic headache lie in the structures innervated by the C1 to C3 spinal nerves and include the upper cervical synovial joints the upper cervical muscles the C2-3 disc the vertebral and internal carotid arteries and the dura mater of the upper spinal cord and posterior cranial fossa Experiments in normal volunteers have established that the cervical muscles and joints can be sources of headacherdquo

bull Bogduk Nikolai The anatomical basis for cervicogenic headache JMPT 1567-70 January 1992

bull Bogduk N Curr Pain Headache Rep Cervicogenic headache anatomic basis and pathophysiologic mechanisms 2001 Aug5(4)382-6

Abstract The neuroanatomical basis for cervicogenic headache is convergence in the trigeminocervical nucleus between nociceptive afferents from the field of the trigemenial nerve and the receptive fields of the first three cervical nerves Only structures innervated by C1-C3 have been shown to be capable of causing headache These are the muscles joints and ligaments of the upper three cervical segments but also include the dura mater of the spinal cord and posterior cranial fossa and the vertebral artery

2000 Burns Centenary Appreciation

Findings Presented in 1899 confirmed

April 2000 JAOA Vol100 No4 p259-264

2004 Sherrington Centenary Appreciation Noble Prize winning

Findings which were buried by the AMA Presented in 1904 confirmed

In 1906 Sir Charles Sherrington published The Integrative Action of the Nervous System which was a collection of ten lectures delivered two years before at Yale University in the United States In this monograph

Sherrington summarized two decades of painstaking experimental observations and his incisive interpretation of them It settled the then-

current debate between the lsquolsquoReticular Theoryrsquorsquo versus lsquolsquoNeuron Doctrinersquorsquo ideas about the fundamental nature of the nervous system in mammals in favor of the latter and it changed forever the way in which subsequent generations have viewed the organization of the central

nervous system Sherringtonrsquos magnum opus contains basic concepts and even terminology that are now second nature to every student of the subject This brief article reviews the historical context in which the book was written summarizes its content and considers its impact on

Neurology and Neuroscience

2004 Sherrington Centenary Appreciation Noble Prize winning

Findings which were buried by the AMA Presented in 1904 confirmed

lsquo he is the scientistrsquos philosopher because he had advanced natural knowledge himself by skilled observation and experiment by 50 yearsrsquo

unremitting work in the laboratory and because his own interpretation of his discoveries had given a new extension to the biologistrsquos outlook Physiologists will know this well enough To those who have had to struggle with the mass of detailed material about the brain and cord

Sherringtonrsquos Integrative Action of the Nervous System brings order out of chaos it is hard reading at first because every sentence is charged with meaning some of it direct enough but some reaching out to half formed pictures of wider landscape Though it was published in 1906 it

is still as refreshing as it was then It has needed no revision but Sherringtonrsquos experimental work went on at high pressure for another 30

years filling in the gaps and strengthening the framework rsquo

SPEND FOUR HOURS TRAINING CArsquoS

going over article summaries to build their confidence in

Chiropractic

RICHARD SMITH Ed BMJ

Where is the Wisdom The Poverty of Medical Evidence

Where is the wisdom we have lost in knowledge and where asked T S Eliot is the knowledge we have lost in information There are perhaps 30000 biomedical journals in the world and they have grown steadily by 7 a year since the seventeenth century [1 2] Yet only about 15 of medical interventions are supported by solid scientific evidence David Eddy professor of health policy and management at Duke University North Carolina told a conference in Manchester last week

This is partly because only 1 of the articles in medical journals are scientifically sound [2 3] and partly because many treatments have never been assessed at all If said Professor Eddy it is true as the total quality management gurus tell us that lsquoevery defect is a treasurersquo then we are sitting on King Solomons mineldquo

BMJ 1991 (Oct 5)303798ndash9

Editorials The scandal of poor medical research

bull We need less research better research and research done for the right reasons

bull What should we think about a doctor who uses the wrong treatment either willfully or through ignorance or who uses the right treatment wrongly (such as by giving the wrong dose of a drug) Most people would agree that such behavior was unprofessional arguably unethical and certainly unacceptable

bull What then should we think about researchers who use the wrong techniques (either willfully or in ignorance) use the right techniques wrongly misinterpret their results report their results selectively cite the literature selectively and draw unjustified conclusions We should be appalled Yet numerous studies of the medical literature in both general and specialist journals have shown that all of the above phenomena are common This is surely a scandal

bull BMJ 1994308283-284 (29 January)

CLOSING STATEMENTCALL TO ACTION

Max Planck QuoteldquoA scientific truth does not triumph by

convincing its opponents and making them see the light but rather because its opponents eventually die and a new

generation grows up that is familiar with itrdquo

  • BIBLICAL FOUNDATION THAT INSPIRED MY DOCTORAL THESIS Viscero-Spinal and Spino-Visceral Syndromes Palpatory and Radiological Findings and Spinal Manipulative Therapy Vertebra By Vertebra Nerve By Nerve Clinical Management Couresowork amp Patient Education Visual Software Design Dedicated to JULIANA FARIDI Who Died In My Lap as a result of an undetected uncorrected Atlanto-Axial Subluxation which caused Hangmanrsquos Fracture at the Atlas Axis Vertebra The devastating effects of an undetected uncorrected subluxation Is loss of human life ndash In this case the life of my daughter
  • Slide 2
  • Slide 3
  • Slide 4
  • OPENING STATEMENT
  • Purpose of Sharing this Information
  • Slide 7
  • Slide 8
  • Slide 9
  • The Edwin Smith Papyrus
  • Slide 11
  • Slide 12
  • Slide 13
  • Decades Of Scientific Validation Based on a Foundation of Two Millennia
  • Slide 15
  • Slide 16
  • Expand Font Size Of Text Below Split in 3 or more Slides
  • Slide 18
  • Slide 19
  • Slide 20
  • Expand Font Size Of Text Below Split
  • 1867 James Paget Cases that bonesetters cure BMJ JANUARY 5 1867
  • 1887-1896 James Mackenzie Some Points Bearing on the Association of Sensory Disorders and Visceral Disease
  • 1893 Henry Head
  • Text From Head Article
  • Slide 26
  • Expand Font Size Of Text Below Split text into 2 slides
  • Slide 28
  • 1907 Louisa Burns Viscero-Somatic and Somato Visceral Spinal Reflexes (Hypothesis - Case Study ndash Animal Study Human Study Consensus) ndash 1927 (17 years per Institute of Medicine)
  • Expand Font Size Of Text Below Split text into Several slides PLEASE RETYPE
  • Slide 31
  • Slide 32
  • Slide 33
  • 1935 Sherrington Noble Prizes in Physiology and Medicine
  • Slide 35
  • 1967 Chester Wilk AMA Found Guilty of Conspiracy and Fraud
  • Slide 37
  • John J Bonica
  • 1975 Elizabeth Lomax Comments On Her Findings Based on 250 Year Literature Review
  • 1976 Irvin M Korr
  • Slide 41
  • 1979 Irvin M Korr (Part 2)
  • Slide 43
  • 1979 Irvin M Korr (Part 3)
  • Slide 45
  • 1981 Irvin M Korr (Part 4)
  • Slide 47
  • 1983 Myron Beal Viscerosomtic Reflexes Review of the Literature tabulating 142 Studiesby Author and Vertebral Segment
  • 1983 Myron Beal Viscerosomtic Reflexes Review of the Literature tabulating 142 Studies by Author and Vertebral Segment
  • Slide 50
  • John McM Mennel MD
  • 1992 ndash 2002 Nikolai Bogduk
  • 2000 Burns Centenary Appreciation Findings Presented in 1899 confirmed April 2000 JAOA Vol100 No4 p259-264
  • 2004 Sherrington Centenary Appreciation Noble Prize winning Findings which were buried by the AMA Presented in 1904 confirmed
  • Slide 55
  • Slide 56
  • RICHARD SMITH Ed BMJ Where is the Wisdom The Poverty of Medical Evidence
  • Editorials The scandal of poor medical research
  • CLOSING STATEMENT CALL TO ACTION
Page 14: Tariq Faridi Palmer Palmer South January15

The word lsquoorthopaediarsquo was devised by a Parisian paediatrician Nicholas Andry who was Professor of Medicine at the University of

Paris and also Senior Dean of the Faculty of Physik In 1741 he published a book entitled lsquoOrthopaedia or The Art of Correcting and

Preventing Deformities in Children By such means that may be easily put into Correcting and Preventing Deformities in Children By

such means that may easily be put into practice by parents themselves and all such as are employed in Educating Childrenrsquo In the preface he stated ldquoAs to the title I have formed it of two Greek

words viz Ỏρθος straight and Πάίδον a child Out of the two words I have compounded that of Orthopaedia to express in one term the

design I propose which is to teach the different methods of preventing and correcting the deformities of childrenrdquo His method for correcting excessive curvature of a childrsquos leg was ldquoto apply as soon

as possible a small plate of iron on the hollow side of the leg and fasten it about the leg with a linen roller In a word the same method must be used in this case for recovering the shape of the leg as is

used for making straight the crooked trunk of a young treerdquo

Sir Nicholas Andry published at the age of 81

Orthopaedia The Art of Correcting and Preventing Deformities in Children

1867 James Paget Warns MDs of the cases DCs will cure which will take away their Income

Expand Font SizeOf Text Below Split

ldquoAFTER systematic lectures on the chief injuries of the bones and joints it may be useful if I try to enforce by particular illustrations some of the general principles that I stated and it may secure your attention if I use the form of speaking of the Cases that Bone-setters Cure For few of you are likely to practise without having a bone-setter for an enemy and if he can cure a case which you have failed to cure his fortune may be made and yours marredrdquo

1867 James Paget Cases that bonesetters cure BMJ JANUARY 5 1867

1887-1896 James MackenzieSome Points Bearing on the Association of Sensory Disorders and Visceral Disease

(Brain 1893 16321-352)

ldquoIn the following pages I deal in a somewhat discursive and desultory manner with the result of several yearslsquo enquiry into the symptoms

evoked in the sensory nervous system by disease of the viscera For many years the subject has been present in my mind and although for a long time I could not appreciate the value of all the phenomena yet by carefully noticing each circumstance in every case and by grouping the symptoms together I formulated for myself certain tentative laws of a somewhat vague nature trusting that with extended experience these

would become more denned and be of a less general nature What I have published on this subject does not fully accord with the results obtained

by Dr Head2 and although in many respects his results are more reliable than mine there are a few points on which we are in conflictrdquo

1893 Henry Head Thesis DISTURBANCES OF SENSATION

WITH SPECIAL REFERENCE TO THE PAIN OF VISCERAL DISEASE

(Sherringtonrsquos Friend includes Sherringtonrsquos unpublished findings)

Text From Head Article

Text From Head Article

Expand Font SizeOf Text Below Splittext into 2 slides

1905 CS Sherrington ndash Integrative Action of the

Nervous System and 37 Papers ndash Nobel Prize

In the year 1883 a legacy of $80000 was left to the President and Fellows of Yale College in the city of New Haven to be held in trust as a gift for her children in memory of their beloved and honored mother Mrs Hepsa Ely Silliman

On this foundation Yale College was requested and directed to establish an annual course of lectures designed to illustrate the presence and providence the wisdom and goodness of God as manifested in the natural and moral world

1907 Louisa BurnsViscero-Somatic and Somato Visceral Spinal Reflexes

(Hypothesis - Case Study ndash Animal Study Human Study Consensus) ndash 1927

(17 years per Institute of Medicine)

Expand Font SizeOf Text Below Split

text into Several slides PLEASE RETYPE

Expand Font SizeOf Text Below Split

text into Several slides PLEASE RETYPE

1933 Neville T UssherSpinal curvatures -- visceral disturbances

in relation thereto

1935 Sherrington Noble Prizes in Physiology and Medicine

bull CONVERT SLIDE BELOW INTO THREE SLIDES ONE WITH JUDGE

bull SUSANbull GETZENDANNERbull LADY IN GLASSES

BELOW

1967 Chester Wilk

AMA Found Guilty of Conspiracy and Fraud The suit claimed that the defendants had participated for years in an illegal conspiracy to destroy chiropractic On August 24 1987 after endless wrangling in the courts

US District Court judge Susan Getzendanner ruled that the AMA and its officials were guilty as charged of attempting to eliminate the chiropractic profession

The AMA offered a patient care defense however data from Workmens Compensation Bureau studies served to validate chiropractic care Specifically studies comparing chiropractic

care to care by a medical physician were presented which showed that chiropractors were ldquotwice as effective as

medical physicians for comparable injuries in returning injured workers to work at every level of injury severityrdquoEvidence at the trial showed that the defendants took active steps often covert to undermine chiropractic educational

institutions conceal evidence of the usefulness of chiropractic care undercut insurance programs for patients of chiropractors subvert government inquiries into the efficacy of chiropractic engage in a massive disinformation campaign to

discredit and destabilize the chiropractic profession and engage in numerous other activities to maintain a medical

physician monopoly over health care in this country

Chester Wilk

Attorney G McAndrews

John J Bonica

Bonica JJ Autonomic Innervation of the Viscera in Relation to Nerve

Block Anesthesiology 29293-813 Jul-Aug 68

1975 Elizabeth Lomax Comments On Her Findings Based on 250 Year Literature

Review

Research Status of Spinal Manipulative Therapy in 1975 historian Elizabeth Lomax MD presented her findings to the US government stating that as a result of her two hundred and fifty year scrutiny of scientific literature the physician

could clinch the diagnosis by finding tenderness in the appropriate vertebra

She Studied Articles Published between 1725 and 1975 (referenced the works by Andre Nicholas to Osler Head

Sherrington and Pre Beal Authors

1976 Irvin M Korr (Part 1)

The Spinal Cord as the Organizer of Disease

Processes Some Preliminary

Perspectives

1979 Irvin M Korr (Part 2)

The Spinal Cord as the Organizer of Disease

Processes The Peripheral Autonomic

Nervous System

1979 Irvin M Korr (Part 3)

The Spinal Cord as the Organizer of Disease

Processes Hyperactivity of sympathetic innervation

as a common factor in disease

1981 Irvin M Korr (Part 4)

The Spinal Cord as the Organizer of Disease Processes Axonal

transport and neurotrophic function in relation to somatic dysfunction

1983 Myron Beal Viscerosomtic Reflexes Review of the Literature

tabulating 142 Studiesby Author and Vertebral Segment

1983 Myron Beal Viscerosomtic Reflexes Review of the Literature

tabulating 142 Studies by Author and Vertebral Segment

1983 Myron Beal Viscerosomtic Reflexes Review of the Literature

tabulating 142 Studies by Author and Vertebral Segment

John McM Mennel MD

bull In a paper Understanding Manipulative Medicine in General Practice published in JMPT in 1989 states Then suddenly we find ourselves in practice where 80 of our patients complain to us for some sort of musculo-skeletal pain 80 may sound high yet remember that visceral and systemic diseases very frequently manifest themselves initially as musculoskeletal painldquo

bull Again John McM Mennel concludes his article as follows Joint dysfunction is not only a diagnosis but an early sign of visceral and systemic diseases

1992 ndash 2002 Nikolai Bogdukbull Only Structures Innervated by c1-c3 are known to cause Migrainesbull Example of Headache Pills ndash Imitrex ndash Naproxen ndash 2

ldquoCervicogenic headache is pain perceived in the head but referred from a primary sourcen in the cervical spine The physiologic basis for this pain is convergence between trigeminal afferents and afferents from the upper three cervical spinal nerves The possible sources of cervicogenic headache lie in the structures innervated by the C1 to C3 spinal nerves and include the upper cervical synovial joints the upper cervical muscles the C2-3 disc the vertebral and internal carotid arteries and the dura mater of the upper spinal cord and posterior cranial fossa Experiments in normal volunteers have established that the cervical muscles and joints can be sources of headacherdquo

bull Bogduk Nikolai The anatomical basis for cervicogenic headache JMPT 1567-70 January 1992

bull Bogduk N Curr Pain Headache Rep Cervicogenic headache anatomic basis and pathophysiologic mechanisms 2001 Aug5(4)382-6

Abstract The neuroanatomical basis for cervicogenic headache is convergence in the trigeminocervical nucleus between nociceptive afferents from the field of the trigemenial nerve and the receptive fields of the first three cervical nerves Only structures innervated by C1-C3 have been shown to be capable of causing headache These are the muscles joints and ligaments of the upper three cervical segments but also include the dura mater of the spinal cord and posterior cranial fossa and the vertebral artery

2000 Burns Centenary Appreciation

Findings Presented in 1899 confirmed

April 2000 JAOA Vol100 No4 p259-264

2004 Sherrington Centenary Appreciation Noble Prize winning

Findings which were buried by the AMA Presented in 1904 confirmed

In 1906 Sir Charles Sherrington published The Integrative Action of the Nervous System which was a collection of ten lectures delivered two years before at Yale University in the United States In this monograph

Sherrington summarized two decades of painstaking experimental observations and his incisive interpretation of them It settled the then-

current debate between the lsquolsquoReticular Theoryrsquorsquo versus lsquolsquoNeuron Doctrinersquorsquo ideas about the fundamental nature of the nervous system in mammals in favor of the latter and it changed forever the way in which subsequent generations have viewed the organization of the central

nervous system Sherringtonrsquos magnum opus contains basic concepts and even terminology that are now second nature to every student of the subject This brief article reviews the historical context in which the book was written summarizes its content and considers its impact on

Neurology and Neuroscience

2004 Sherrington Centenary Appreciation Noble Prize winning

Findings which were buried by the AMA Presented in 1904 confirmed

lsquo he is the scientistrsquos philosopher because he had advanced natural knowledge himself by skilled observation and experiment by 50 yearsrsquo

unremitting work in the laboratory and because his own interpretation of his discoveries had given a new extension to the biologistrsquos outlook Physiologists will know this well enough To those who have had to struggle with the mass of detailed material about the brain and cord

Sherringtonrsquos Integrative Action of the Nervous System brings order out of chaos it is hard reading at first because every sentence is charged with meaning some of it direct enough but some reaching out to half formed pictures of wider landscape Though it was published in 1906 it

is still as refreshing as it was then It has needed no revision but Sherringtonrsquos experimental work went on at high pressure for another 30

years filling in the gaps and strengthening the framework rsquo

SPEND FOUR HOURS TRAINING CArsquoS

going over article summaries to build their confidence in

Chiropractic

RICHARD SMITH Ed BMJ

Where is the Wisdom The Poverty of Medical Evidence

Where is the wisdom we have lost in knowledge and where asked T S Eliot is the knowledge we have lost in information There are perhaps 30000 biomedical journals in the world and they have grown steadily by 7 a year since the seventeenth century [1 2] Yet only about 15 of medical interventions are supported by solid scientific evidence David Eddy professor of health policy and management at Duke University North Carolina told a conference in Manchester last week

This is partly because only 1 of the articles in medical journals are scientifically sound [2 3] and partly because many treatments have never been assessed at all If said Professor Eddy it is true as the total quality management gurus tell us that lsquoevery defect is a treasurersquo then we are sitting on King Solomons mineldquo

BMJ 1991 (Oct 5)303798ndash9

Editorials The scandal of poor medical research

bull We need less research better research and research done for the right reasons

bull What should we think about a doctor who uses the wrong treatment either willfully or through ignorance or who uses the right treatment wrongly (such as by giving the wrong dose of a drug) Most people would agree that such behavior was unprofessional arguably unethical and certainly unacceptable

bull What then should we think about researchers who use the wrong techniques (either willfully or in ignorance) use the right techniques wrongly misinterpret their results report their results selectively cite the literature selectively and draw unjustified conclusions We should be appalled Yet numerous studies of the medical literature in both general and specialist journals have shown that all of the above phenomena are common This is surely a scandal

bull BMJ 1994308283-284 (29 January)

CLOSING STATEMENTCALL TO ACTION

Max Planck QuoteldquoA scientific truth does not triumph by

convincing its opponents and making them see the light but rather because its opponents eventually die and a new

generation grows up that is familiar with itrdquo

  • BIBLICAL FOUNDATION THAT INSPIRED MY DOCTORAL THESIS Viscero-Spinal and Spino-Visceral Syndromes Palpatory and Radiological Findings and Spinal Manipulative Therapy Vertebra By Vertebra Nerve By Nerve Clinical Management Couresowork amp Patient Education Visual Software Design Dedicated to JULIANA FARIDI Who Died In My Lap as a result of an undetected uncorrected Atlanto-Axial Subluxation which caused Hangmanrsquos Fracture at the Atlas Axis Vertebra The devastating effects of an undetected uncorrected subluxation Is loss of human life ndash In this case the life of my daughter
  • Slide 2
  • Slide 3
  • Slide 4
  • OPENING STATEMENT
  • Purpose of Sharing this Information
  • Slide 7
  • Slide 8
  • Slide 9
  • The Edwin Smith Papyrus
  • Slide 11
  • Slide 12
  • Slide 13
  • Decades Of Scientific Validation Based on a Foundation of Two Millennia
  • Slide 15
  • Slide 16
  • Expand Font Size Of Text Below Split in 3 or more Slides
  • Slide 18
  • Slide 19
  • Slide 20
  • Expand Font Size Of Text Below Split
  • 1867 James Paget Cases that bonesetters cure BMJ JANUARY 5 1867
  • 1887-1896 James Mackenzie Some Points Bearing on the Association of Sensory Disorders and Visceral Disease
  • 1893 Henry Head
  • Text From Head Article
  • Slide 26
  • Expand Font Size Of Text Below Split text into 2 slides
  • Slide 28
  • 1907 Louisa Burns Viscero-Somatic and Somato Visceral Spinal Reflexes (Hypothesis - Case Study ndash Animal Study Human Study Consensus) ndash 1927 (17 years per Institute of Medicine)
  • Expand Font Size Of Text Below Split text into Several slides PLEASE RETYPE
  • Slide 31
  • Slide 32
  • Slide 33
  • 1935 Sherrington Noble Prizes in Physiology and Medicine
  • Slide 35
  • 1967 Chester Wilk AMA Found Guilty of Conspiracy and Fraud
  • Slide 37
  • John J Bonica
  • 1975 Elizabeth Lomax Comments On Her Findings Based on 250 Year Literature Review
  • 1976 Irvin M Korr
  • Slide 41
  • 1979 Irvin M Korr (Part 2)
  • Slide 43
  • 1979 Irvin M Korr (Part 3)
  • Slide 45
  • 1981 Irvin M Korr (Part 4)
  • Slide 47
  • 1983 Myron Beal Viscerosomtic Reflexes Review of the Literature tabulating 142 Studiesby Author and Vertebral Segment
  • 1983 Myron Beal Viscerosomtic Reflexes Review of the Literature tabulating 142 Studies by Author and Vertebral Segment
  • Slide 50
  • John McM Mennel MD
  • 1992 ndash 2002 Nikolai Bogduk
  • 2000 Burns Centenary Appreciation Findings Presented in 1899 confirmed April 2000 JAOA Vol100 No4 p259-264
  • 2004 Sherrington Centenary Appreciation Noble Prize winning Findings which were buried by the AMA Presented in 1904 confirmed
  • Slide 55
  • Slide 56
  • RICHARD SMITH Ed BMJ Where is the Wisdom The Poverty of Medical Evidence
  • Editorials The scandal of poor medical research
  • CLOSING STATEMENT CALL TO ACTION
Page 15: Tariq Faridi Palmer Palmer South January15

Sir Nicholas Andry published at the age of 81

Orthopaedia The Art of Correcting and Preventing Deformities in Children

1867 James Paget Warns MDs of the cases DCs will cure which will take away their Income

Expand Font SizeOf Text Below Split

ldquoAFTER systematic lectures on the chief injuries of the bones and joints it may be useful if I try to enforce by particular illustrations some of the general principles that I stated and it may secure your attention if I use the form of speaking of the Cases that Bone-setters Cure For few of you are likely to practise without having a bone-setter for an enemy and if he can cure a case which you have failed to cure his fortune may be made and yours marredrdquo

1867 James Paget Cases that bonesetters cure BMJ JANUARY 5 1867

1887-1896 James MackenzieSome Points Bearing on the Association of Sensory Disorders and Visceral Disease

(Brain 1893 16321-352)

ldquoIn the following pages I deal in a somewhat discursive and desultory manner with the result of several yearslsquo enquiry into the symptoms

evoked in the sensory nervous system by disease of the viscera For many years the subject has been present in my mind and although for a long time I could not appreciate the value of all the phenomena yet by carefully noticing each circumstance in every case and by grouping the symptoms together I formulated for myself certain tentative laws of a somewhat vague nature trusting that with extended experience these

would become more denned and be of a less general nature What I have published on this subject does not fully accord with the results obtained

by Dr Head2 and although in many respects his results are more reliable than mine there are a few points on which we are in conflictrdquo

1893 Henry Head Thesis DISTURBANCES OF SENSATION

WITH SPECIAL REFERENCE TO THE PAIN OF VISCERAL DISEASE

(Sherringtonrsquos Friend includes Sherringtonrsquos unpublished findings)

Text From Head Article

Text From Head Article

Expand Font SizeOf Text Below Splittext into 2 slides

1905 CS Sherrington ndash Integrative Action of the

Nervous System and 37 Papers ndash Nobel Prize

In the year 1883 a legacy of $80000 was left to the President and Fellows of Yale College in the city of New Haven to be held in trust as a gift for her children in memory of their beloved and honored mother Mrs Hepsa Ely Silliman

On this foundation Yale College was requested and directed to establish an annual course of lectures designed to illustrate the presence and providence the wisdom and goodness of God as manifested in the natural and moral world

1907 Louisa BurnsViscero-Somatic and Somato Visceral Spinal Reflexes

(Hypothesis - Case Study ndash Animal Study Human Study Consensus) ndash 1927

(17 years per Institute of Medicine)

Expand Font SizeOf Text Below Split

text into Several slides PLEASE RETYPE

Expand Font SizeOf Text Below Split

text into Several slides PLEASE RETYPE

1933 Neville T UssherSpinal curvatures -- visceral disturbances

in relation thereto

1935 Sherrington Noble Prizes in Physiology and Medicine

bull CONVERT SLIDE BELOW INTO THREE SLIDES ONE WITH JUDGE

bull SUSANbull GETZENDANNERbull LADY IN GLASSES

BELOW

1967 Chester Wilk

AMA Found Guilty of Conspiracy and Fraud The suit claimed that the defendants had participated for years in an illegal conspiracy to destroy chiropractic On August 24 1987 after endless wrangling in the courts

US District Court judge Susan Getzendanner ruled that the AMA and its officials were guilty as charged of attempting to eliminate the chiropractic profession

The AMA offered a patient care defense however data from Workmens Compensation Bureau studies served to validate chiropractic care Specifically studies comparing chiropractic

care to care by a medical physician were presented which showed that chiropractors were ldquotwice as effective as

medical physicians for comparable injuries in returning injured workers to work at every level of injury severityrdquoEvidence at the trial showed that the defendants took active steps often covert to undermine chiropractic educational

institutions conceal evidence of the usefulness of chiropractic care undercut insurance programs for patients of chiropractors subvert government inquiries into the efficacy of chiropractic engage in a massive disinformation campaign to

discredit and destabilize the chiropractic profession and engage in numerous other activities to maintain a medical

physician monopoly over health care in this country

Chester Wilk

Attorney G McAndrews

John J Bonica

Bonica JJ Autonomic Innervation of the Viscera in Relation to Nerve

Block Anesthesiology 29293-813 Jul-Aug 68

1975 Elizabeth Lomax Comments On Her Findings Based on 250 Year Literature

Review

Research Status of Spinal Manipulative Therapy in 1975 historian Elizabeth Lomax MD presented her findings to the US government stating that as a result of her two hundred and fifty year scrutiny of scientific literature the physician

could clinch the diagnosis by finding tenderness in the appropriate vertebra

She Studied Articles Published between 1725 and 1975 (referenced the works by Andre Nicholas to Osler Head

Sherrington and Pre Beal Authors

1976 Irvin M Korr (Part 1)

The Spinal Cord as the Organizer of Disease

Processes Some Preliminary

Perspectives

1979 Irvin M Korr (Part 2)

The Spinal Cord as the Organizer of Disease

Processes The Peripheral Autonomic

Nervous System

1979 Irvin M Korr (Part 3)

The Spinal Cord as the Organizer of Disease

Processes Hyperactivity of sympathetic innervation

as a common factor in disease

1981 Irvin M Korr (Part 4)

The Spinal Cord as the Organizer of Disease Processes Axonal

transport and neurotrophic function in relation to somatic dysfunction

1983 Myron Beal Viscerosomtic Reflexes Review of the Literature

tabulating 142 Studiesby Author and Vertebral Segment

1983 Myron Beal Viscerosomtic Reflexes Review of the Literature

tabulating 142 Studies by Author and Vertebral Segment

1983 Myron Beal Viscerosomtic Reflexes Review of the Literature

tabulating 142 Studies by Author and Vertebral Segment

John McM Mennel MD

bull In a paper Understanding Manipulative Medicine in General Practice published in JMPT in 1989 states Then suddenly we find ourselves in practice where 80 of our patients complain to us for some sort of musculo-skeletal pain 80 may sound high yet remember that visceral and systemic diseases very frequently manifest themselves initially as musculoskeletal painldquo

bull Again John McM Mennel concludes his article as follows Joint dysfunction is not only a diagnosis but an early sign of visceral and systemic diseases

1992 ndash 2002 Nikolai Bogdukbull Only Structures Innervated by c1-c3 are known to cause Migrainesbull Example of Headache Pills ndash Imitrex ndash Naproxen ndash 2

ldquoCervicogenic headache is pain perceived in the head but referred from a primary sourcen in the cervical spine The physiologic basis for this pain is convergence between trigeminal afferents and afferents from the upper three cervical spinal nerves The possible sources of cervicogenic headache lie in the structures innervated by the C1 to C3 spinal nerves and include the upper cervical synovial joints the upper cervical muscles the C2-3 disc the vertebral and internal carotid arteries and the dura mater of the upper spinal cord and posterior cranial fossa Experiments in normal volunteers have established that the cervical muscles and joints can be sources of headacherdquo

bull Bogduk Nikolai The anatomical basis for cervicogenic headache JMPT 1567-70 January 1992

bull Bogduk N Curr Pain Headache Rep Cervicogenic headache anatomic basis and pathophysiologic mechanisms 2001 Aug5(4)382-6

Abstract The neuroanatomical basis for cervicogenic headache is convergence in the trigeminocervical nucleus between nociceptive afferents from the field of the trigemenial nerve and the receptive fields of the first three cervical nerves Only structures innervated by C1-C3 have been shown to be capable of causing headache These are the muscles joints and ligaments of the upper three cervical segments but also include the dura mater of the spinal cord and posterior cranial fossa and the vertebral artery

2000 Burns Centenary Appreciation

Findings Presented in 1899 confirmed

April 2000 JAOA Vol100 No4 p259-264

2004 Sherrington Centenary Appreciation Noble Prize winning

Findings which were buried by the AMA Presented in 1904 confirmed

In 1906 Sir Charles Sherrington published The Integrative Action of the Nervous System which was a collection of ten lectures delivered two years before at Yale University in the United States In this monograph

Sherrington summarized two decades of painstaking experimental observations and his incisive interpretation of them It settled the then-

current debate between the lsquolsquoReticular Theoryrsquorsquo versus lsquolsquoNeuron Doctrinersquorsquo ideas about the fundamental nature of the nervous system in mammals in favor of the latter and it changed forever the way in which subsequent generations have viewed the organization of the central

nervous system Sherringtonrsquos magnum opus contains basic concepts and even terminology that are now second nature to every student of the subject This brief article reviews the historical context in which the book was written summarizes its content and considers its impact on

Neurology and Neuroscience

2004 Sherrington Centenary Appreciation Noble Prize winning

Findings which were buried by the AMA Presented in 1904 confirmed

lsquo he is the scientistrsquos philosopher because he had advanced natural knowledge himself by skilled observation and experiment by 50 yearsrsquo

unremitting work in the laboratory and because his own interpretation of his discoveries had given a new extension to the biologistrsquos outlook Physiologists will know this well enough To those who have had to struggle with the mass of detailed material about the brain and cord

Sherringtonrsquos Integrative Action of the Nervous System brings order out of chaos it is hard reading at first because every sentence is charged with meaning some of it direct enough but some reaching out to half formed pictures of wider landscape Though it was published in 1906 it

is still as refreshing as it was then It has needed no revision but Sherringtonrsquos experimental work went on at high pressure for another 30

years filling in the gaps and strengthening the framework rsquo

SPEND FOUR HOURS TRAINING CArsquoS

going over article summaries to build their confidence in

Chiropractic

RICHARD SMITH Ed BMJ

Where is the Wisdom The Poverty of Medical Evidence

Where is the wisdom we have lost in knowledge and where asked T S Eliot is the knowledge we have lost in information There are perhaps 30000 biomedical journals in the world and they have grown steadily by 7 a year since the seventeenth century [1 2] Yet only about 15 of medical interventions are supported by solid scientific evidence David Eddy professor of health policy and management at Duke University North Carolina told a conference in Manchester last week

This is partly because only 1 of the articles in medical journals are scientifically sound [2 3] and partly because many treatments have never been assessed at all If said Professor Eddy it is true as the total quality management gurus tell us that lsquoevery defect is a treasurersquo then we are sitting on King Solomons mineldquo

BMJ 1991 (Oct 5)303798ndash9

Editorials The scandal of poor medical research

bull We need less research better research and research done for the right reasons

bull What should we think about a doctor who uses the wrong treatment either willfully or through ignorance or who uses the right treatment wrongly (such as by giving the wrong dose of a drug) Most people would agree that such behavior was unprofessional arguably unethical and certainly unacceptable

bull What then should we think about researchers who use the wrong techniques (either willfully or in ignorance) use the right techniques wrongly misinterpret their results report their results selectively cite the literature selectively and draw unjustified conclusions We should be appalled Yet numerous studies of the medical literature in both general and specialist journals have shown that all of the above phenomena are common This is surely a scandal

bull BMJ 1994308283-284 (29 January)

CLOSING STATEMENTCALL TO ACTION

Max Planck QuoteldquoA scientific truth does not triumph by

convincing its opponents and making them see the light but rather because its opponents eventually die and a new

generation grows up that is familiar with itrdquo

  • BIBLICAL FOUNDATION THAT INSPIRED MY DOCTORAL THESIS Viscero-Spinal and Spino-Visceral Syndromes Palpatory and Radiological Findings and Spinal Manipulative Therapy Vertebra By Vertebra Nerve By Nerve Clinical Management Couresowork amp Patient Education Visual Software Design Dedicated to JULIANA FARIDI Who Died In My Lap as a result of an undetected uncorrected Atlanto-Axial Subluxation which caused Hangmanrsquos Fracture at the Atlas Axis Vertebra The devastating effects of an undetected uncorrected subluxation Is loss of human life ndash In this case the life of my daughter
  • Slide 2
  • Slide 3
  • Slide 4
  • OPENING STATEMENT
  • Purpose of Sharing this Information
  • Slide 7
  • Slide 8
  • Slide 9
  • The Edwin Smith Papyrus
  • Slide 11
  • Slide 12
  • Slide 13
  • Decades Of Scientific Validation Based on a Foundation of Two Millennia
  • Slide 15
  • Slide 16
  • Expand Font Size Of Text Below Split in 3 or more Slides
  • Slide 18
  • Slide 19
  • Slide 20
  • Expand Font Size Of Text Below Split
  • 1867 James Paget Cases that bonesetters cure BMJ JANUARY 5 1867
  • 1887-1896 James Mackenzie Some Points Bearing on the Association of Sensory Disorders and Visceral Disease
  • 1893 Henry Head
  • Text From Head Article
  • Slide 26
  • Expand Font Size Of Text Below Split text into 2 slides
  • Slide 28
  • 1907 Louisa Burns Viscero-Somatic and Somato Visceral Spinal Reflexes (Hypothesis - Case Study ndash Animal Study Human Study Consensus) ndash 1927 (17 years per Institute of Medicine)
  • Expand Font Size Of Text Below Split text into Several slides PLEASE RETYPE
  • Slide 31
  • Slide 32
  • Slide 33
  • 1935 Sherrington Noble Prizes in Physiology and Medicine
  • Slide 35
  • 1967 Chester Wilk AMA Found Guilty of Conspiracy and Fraud
  • Slide 37
  • John J Bonica
  • 1975 Elizabeth Lomax Comments On Her Findings Based on 250 Year Literature Review
  • 1976 Irvin M Korr
  • Slide 41
  • 1979 Irvin M Korr (Part 2)
  • Slide 43
  • 1979 Irvin M Korr (Part 3)
  • Slide 45
  • 1981 Irvin M Korr (Part 4)
  • Slide 47
  • 1983 Myron Beal Viscerosomtic Reflexes Review of the Literature tabulating 142 Studiesby Author and Vertebral Segment
  • 1983 Myron Beal Viscerosomtic Reflexes Review of the Literature tabulating 142 Studies by Author and Vertebral Segment
  • Slide 50
  • John McM Mennel MD
  • 1992 ndash 2002 Nikolai Bogduk
  • 2000 Burns Centenary Appreciation Findings Presented in 1899 confirmed April 2000 JAOA Vol100 No4 p259-264
  • 2004 Sherrington Centenary Appreciation Noble Prize winning Findings which were buried by the AMA Presented in 1904 confirmed
  • Slide 55
  • Slide 56
  • RICHARD SMITH Ed BMJ Where is the Wisdom The Poverty of Medical Evidence
  • Editorials The scandal of poor medical research
  • CLOSING STATEMENT CALL TO ACTION
Page 16: Tariq Faridi Palmer Palmer South January15

1867 James Paget Warns MDs of the cases DCs will cure which will take away their Income

Expand Font SizeOf Text Below Split

ldquoAFTER systematic lectures on the chief injuries of the bones and joints it may be useful if I try to enforce by particular illustrations some of the general principles that I stated and it may secure your attention if I use the form of speaking of the Cases that Bone-setters Cure For few of you are likely to practise without having a bone-setter for an enemy and if he can cure a case which you have failed to cure his fortune may be made and yours marredrdquo

1867 James Paget Cases that bonesetters cure BMJ JANUARY 5 1867

1887-1896 James MackenzieSome Points Bearing on the Association of Sensory Disorders and Visceral Disease

(Brain 1893 16321-352)

ldquoIn the following pages I deal in a somewhat discursive and desultory manner with the result of several yearslsquo enquiry into the symptoms

evoked in the sensory nervous system by disease of the viscera For many years the subject has been present in my mind and although for a long time I could not appreciate the value of all the phenomena yet by carefully noticing each circumstance in every case and by grouping the symptoms together I formulated for myself certain tentative laws of a somewhat vague nature trusting that with extended experience these

would become more denned and be of a less general nature What I have published on this subject does not fully accord with the results obtained

by Dr Head2 and although in many respects his results are more reliable than mine there are a few points on which we are in conflictrdquo

1893 Henry Head Thesis DISTURBANCES OF SENSATION

WITH SPECIAL REFERENCE TO THE PAIN OF VISCERAL DISEASE

(Sherringtonrsquos Friend includes Sherringtonrsquos unpublished findings)

Text From Head Article

Text From Head Article

Expand Font SizeOf Text Below Splittext into 2 slides

1905 CS Sherrington ndash Integrative Action of the

Nervous System and 37 Papers ndash Nobel Prize

In the year 1883 a legacy of $80000 was left to the President and Fellows of Yale College in the city of New Haven to be held in trust as a gift for her children in memory of their beloved and honored mother Mrs Hepsa Ely Silliman

On this foundation Yale College was requested and directed to establish an annual course of lectures designed to illustrate the presence and providence the wisdom and goodness of God as manifested in the natural and moral world

1907 Louisa BurnsViscero-Somatic and Somato Visceral Spinal Reflexes

(Hypothesis - Case Study ndash Animal Study Human Study Consensus) ndash 1927

(17 years per Institute of Medicine)

Expand Font SizeOf Text Below Split

text into Several slides PLEASE RETYPE

Expand Font SizeOf Text Below Split

text into Several slides PLEASE RETYPE

1933 Neville T UssherSpinal curvatures -- visceral disturbances

in relation thereto

1935 Sherrington Noble Prizes in Physiology and Medicine

bull CONVERT SLIDE BELOW INTO THREE SLIDES ONE WITH JUDGE

bull SUSANbull GETZENDANNERbull LADY IN GLASSES

BELOW

1967 Chester Wilk

AMA Found Guilty of Conspiracy and Fraud The suit claimed that the defendants had participated for years in an illegal conspiracy to destroy chiropractic On August 24 1987 after endless wrangling in the courts

US District Court judge Susan Getzendanner ruled that the AMA and its officials were guilty as charged of attempting to eliminate the chiropractic profession

The AMA offered a patient care defense however data from Workmens Compensation Bureau studies served to validate chiropractic care Specifically studies comparing chiropractic

care to care by a medical physician were presented which showed that chiropractors were ldquotwice as effective as

medical physicians for comparable injuries in returning injured workers to work at every level of injury severityrdquoEvidence at the trial showed that the defendants took active steps often covert to undermine chiropractic educational

institutions conceal evidence of the usefulness of chiropractic care undercut insurance programs for patients of chiropractors subvert government inquiries into the efficacy of chiropractic engage in a massive disinformation campaign to

discredit and destabilize the chiropractic profession and engage in numerous other activities to maintain a medical

physician monopoly over health care in this country

Chester Wilk

Attorney G McAndrews

John J Bonica

Bonica JJ Autonomic Innervation of the Viscera in Relation to Nerve

Block Anesthesiology 29293-813 Jul-Aug 68

1975 Elizabeth Lomax Comments On Her Findings Based on 250 Year Literature

Review

Research Status of Spinal Manipulative Therapy in 1975 historian Elizabeth Lomax MD presented her findings to the US government stating that as a result of her two hundred and fifty year scrutiny of scientific literature the physician

could clinch the diagnosis by finding tenderness in the appropriate vertebra

She Studied Articles Published between 1725 and 1975 (referenced the works by Andre Nicholas to Osler Head

Sherrington and Pre Beal Authors

1976 Irvin M Korr (Part 1)

The Spinal Cord as the Organizer of Disease

Processes Some Preliminary

Perspectives

1979 Irvin M Korr (Part 2)

The Spinal Cord as the Organizer of Disease

Processes The Peripheral Autonomic

Nervous System

1979 Irvin M Korr (Part 3)

The Spinal Cord as the Organizer of Disease

Processes Hyperactivity of sympathetic innervation

as a common factor in disease

1981 Irvin M Korr (Part 4)

The Spinal Cord as the Organizer of Disease Processes Axonal

transport and neurotrophic function in relation to somatic dysfunction

1983 Myron Beal Viscerosomtic Reflexes Review of the Literature

tabulating 142 Studiesby Author and Vertebral Segment

1983 Myron Beal Viscerosomtic Reflexes Review of the Literature

tabulating 142 Studies by Author and Vertebral Segment

1983 Myron Beal Viscerosomtic Reflexes Review of the Literature

tabulating 142 Studies by Author and Vertebral Segment

John McM Mennel MD

bull In a paper Understanding Manipulative Medicine in General Practice published in JMPT in 1989 states Then suddenly we find ourselves in practice where 80 of our patients complain to us for some sort of musculo-skeletal pain 80 may sound high yet remember that visceral and systemic diseases very frequently manifest themselves initially as musculoskeletal painldquo

bull Again John McM Mennel concludes his article as follows Joint dysfunction is not only a diagnosis but an early sign of visceral and systemic diseases

1992 ndash 2002 Nikolai Bogdukbull Only Structures Innervated by c1-c3 are known to cause Migrainesbull Example of Headache Pills ndash Imitrex ndash Naproxen ndash 2

ldquoCervicogenic headache is pain perceived in the head but referred from a primary sourcen in the cervical spine The physiologic basis for this pain is convergence between trigeminal afferents and afferents from the upper three cervical spinal nerves The possible sources of cervicogenic headache lie in the structures innervated by the C1 to C3 spinal nerves and include the upper cervical synovial joints the upper cervical muscles the C2-3 disc the vertebral and internal carotid arteries and the dura mater of the upper spinal cord and posterior cranial fossa Experiments in normal volunteers have established that the cervical muscles and joints can be sources of headacherdquo

bull Bogduk Nikolai The anatomical basis for cervicogenic headache JMPT 1567-70 January 1992

bull Bogduk N Curr Pain Headache Rep Cervicogenic headache anatomic basis and pathophysiologic mechanisms 2001 Aug5(4)382-6

Abstract The neuroanatomical basis for cervicogenic headache is convergence in the trigeminocervical nucleus between nociceptive afferents from the field of the trigemenial nerve and the receptive fields of the first three cervical nerves Only structures innervated by C1-C3 have been shown to be capable of causing headache These are the muscles joints and ligaments of the upper three cervical segments but also include the dura mater of the spinal cord and posterior cranial fossa and the vertebral artery

2000 Burns Centenary Appreciation

Findings Presented in 1899 confirmed

April 2000 JAOA Vol100 No4 p259-264

2004 Sherrington Centenary Appreciation Noble Prize winning

Findings which were buried by the AMA Presented in 1904 confirmed

In 1906 Sir Charles Sherrington published The Integrative Action of the Nervous System which was a collection of ten lectures delivered two years before at Yale University in the United States In this monograph

Sherrington summarized two decades of painstaking experimental observations and his incisive interpretation of them It settled the then-

current debate between the lsquolsquoReticular Theoryrsquorsquo versus lsquolsquoNeuron Doctrinersquorsquo ideas about the fundamental nature of the nervous system in mammals in favor of the latter and it changed forever the way in which subsequent generations have viewed the organization of the central

nervous system Sherringtonrsquos magnum opus contains basic concepts and even terminology that are now second nature to every student of the subject This brief article reviews the historical context in which the book was written summarizes its content and considers its impact on

Neurology and Neuroscience

2004 Sherrington Centenary Appreciation Noble Prize winning

Findings which were buried by the AMA Presented in 1904 confirmed

lsquo he is the scientistrsquos philosopher because he had advanced natural knowledge himself by skilled observation and experiment by 50 yearsrsquo

unremitting work in the laboratory and because his own interpretation of his discoveries had given a new extension to the biologistrsquos outlook Physiologists will know this well enough To those who have had to struggle with the mass of detailed material about the brain and cord

Sherringtonrsquos Integrative Action of the Nervous System brings order out of chaos it is hard reading at first because every sentence is charged with meaning some of it direct enough but some reaching out to half formed pictures of wider landscape Though it was published in 1906 it

is still as refreshing as it was then It has needed no revision but Sherringtonrsquos experimental work went on at high pressure for another 30

years filling in the gaps and strengthening the framework rsquo

SPEND FOUR HOURS TRAINING CArsquoS

going over article summaries to build their confidence in

Chiropractic

RICHARD SMITH Ed BMJ

Where is the Wisdom The Poverty of Medical Evidence

Where is the wisdom we have lost in knowledge and where asked T S Eliot is the knowledge we have lost in information There are perhaps 30000 biomedical journals in the world and they have grown steadily by 7 a year since the seventeenth century [1 2] Yet only about 15 of medical interventions are supported by solid scientific evidence David Eddy professor of health policy and management at Duke University North Carolina told a conference in Manchester last week

This is partly because only 1 of the articles in medical journals are scientifically sound [2 3] and partly because many treatments have never been assessed at all If said Professor Eddy it is true as the total quality management gurus tell us that lsquoevery defect is a treasurersquo then we are sitting on King Solomons mineldquo

BMJ 1991 (Oct 5)303798ndash9

Editorials The scandal of poor medical research

bull We need less research better research and research done for the right reasons

bull What should we think about a doctor who uses the wrong treatment either willfully or through ignorance or who uses the right treatment wrongly (such as by giving the wrong dose of a drug) Most people would agree that such behavior was unprofessional arguably unethical and certainly unacceptable

bull What then should we think about researchers who use the wrong techniques (either willfully or in ignorance) use the right techniques wrongly misinterpret their results report their results selectively cite the literature selectively and draw unjustified conclusions We should be appalled Yet numerous studies of the medical literature in both general and specialist journals have shown that all of the above phenomena are common This is surely a scandal

bull BMJ 1994308283-284 (29 January)

CLOSING STATEMENTCALL TO ACTION

Max Planck QuoteldquoA scientific truth does not triumph by

convincing its opponents and making them see the light but rather because its opponents eventually die and a new

generation grows up that is familiar with itrdquo

  • BIBLICAL FOUNDATION THAT INSPIRED MY DOCTORAL THESIS Viscero-Spinal and Spino-Visceral Syndromes Palpatory and Radiological Findings and Spinal Manipulative Therapy Vertebra By Vertebra Nerve By Nerve Clinical Management Couresowork amp Patient Education Visual Software Design Dedicated to JULIANA FARIDI Who Died In My Lap as a result of an undetected uncorrected Atlanto-Axial Subluxation which caused Hangmanrsquos Fracture at the Atlas Axis Vertebra The devastating effects of an undetected uncorrected subluxation Is loss of human life ndash In this case the life of my daughter
  • Slide 2
  • Slide 3
  • Slide 4
  • OPENING STATEMENT
  • Purpose of Sharing this Information
  • Slide 7
  • Slide 8
  • Slide 9
  • The Edwin Smith Papyrus
  • Slide 11
  • Slide 12
  • Slide 13
  • Decades Of Scientific Validation Based on a Foundation of Two Millennia
  • Slide 15
  • Slide 16
  • Expand Font Size Of Text Below Split in 3 or more Slides
  • Slide 18
  • Slide 19
  • Slide 20
  • Expand Font Size Of Text Below Split
  • 1867 James Paget Cases that bonesetters cure BMJ JANUARY 5 1867
  • 1887-1896 James Mackenzie Some Points Bearing on the Association of Sensory Disorders and Visceral Disease
  • 1893 Henry Head
  • Text From Head Article
  • Slide 26
  • Expand Font Size Of Text Below Split text into 2 slides
  • Slide 28
  • 1907 Louisa Burns Viscero-Somatic and Somato Visceral Spinal Reflexes (Hypothesis - Case Study ndash Animal Study Human Study Consensus) ndash 1927 (17 years per Institute of Medicine)
  • Expand Font Size Of Text Below Split text into Several slides PLEASE RETYPE
  • Slide 31
  • Slide 32
  • Slide 33
  • 1935 Sherrington Noble Prizes in Physiology and Medicine
  • Slide 35
  • 1967 Chester Wilk AMA Found Guilty of Conspiracy and Fraud
  • Slide 37
  • John J Bonica
  • 1975 Elizabeth Lomax Comments On Her Findings Based on 250 Year Literature Review
  • 1976 Irvin M Korr
  • Slide 41
  • 1979 Irvin M Korr (Part 2)
  • Slide 43
  • 1979 Irvin M Korr (Part 3)
  • Slide 45
  • 1981 Irvin M Korr (Part 4)
  • Slide 47
  • 1983 Myron Beal Viscerosomtic Reflexes Review of the Literature tabulating 142 Studiesby Author and Vertebral Segment
  • 1983 Myron Beal Viscerosomtic Reflexes Review of the Literature tabulating 142 Studies by Author and Vertebral Segment
  • Slide 50
  • John McM Mennel MD
  • 1992 ndash 2002 Nikolai Bogduk
  • 2000 Burns Centenary Appreciation Findings Presented in 1899 confirmed April 2000 JAOA Vol100 No4 p259-264
  • 2004 Sherrington Centenary Appreciation Noble Prize winning Findings which were buried by the AMA Presented in 1904 confirmed
  • Slide 55
  • Slide 56
  • RICHARD SMITH Ed BMJ Where is the Wisdom The Poverty of Medical Evidence
  • Editorials The scandal of poor medical research
  • CLOSING STATEMENT CALL TO ACTION
Page 17: Tariq Faridi Palmer Palmer South January15

Expand Font SizeOf Text Below Split

ldquoAFTER systematic lectures on the chief injuries of the bones and joints it may be useful if I try to enforce by particular illustrations some of the general principles that I stated and it may secure your attention if I use the form of speaking of the Cases that Bone-setters Cure For few of you are likely to practise without having a bone-setter for an enemy and if he can cure a case which you have failed to cure his fortune may be made and yours marredrdquo

1867 James Paget Cases that bonesetters cure BMJ JANUARY 5 1867

1887-1896 James MackenzieSome Points Bearing on the Association of Sensory Disorders and Visceral Disease

(Brain 1893 16321-352)

ldquoIn the following pages I deal in a somewhat discursive and desultory manner with the result of several yearslsquo enquiry into the symptoms

evoked in the sensory nervous system by disease of the viscera For many years the subject has been present in my mind and although for a long time I could not appreciate the value of all the phenomena yet by carefully noticing each circumstance in every case and by grouping the symptoms together I formulated for myself certain tentative laws of a somewhat vague nature trusting that with extended experience these

would become more denned and be of a less general nature What I have published on this subject does not fully accord with the results obtained

by Dr Head2 and although in many respects his results are more reliable than mine there are a few points on which we are in conflictrdquo

1893 Henry Head Thesis DISTURBANCES OF SENSATION

WITH SPECIAL REFERENCE TO THE PAIN OF VISCERAL DISEASE

(Sherringtonrsquos Friend includes Sherringtonrsquos unpublished findings)

Text From Head Article

Text From Head Article

Expand Font SizeOf Text Below Splittext into 2 slides

1905 CS Sherrington ndash Integrative Action of the

Nervous System and 37 Papers ndash Nobel Prize

In the year 1883 a legacy of $80000 was left to the President and Fellows of Yale College in the city of New Haven to be held in trust as a gift for her children in memory of their beloved and honored mother Mrs Hepsa Ely Silliman

On this foundation Yale College was requested and directed to establish an annual course of lectures designed to illustrate the presence and providence the wisdom and goodness of God as manifested in the natural and moral world

1907 Louisa BurnsViscero-Somatic and Somato Visceral Spinal Reflexes

(Hypothesis - Case Study ndash Animal Study Human Study Consensus) ndash 1927

(17 years per Institute of Medicine)

Expand Font SizeOf Text Below Split

text into Several slides PLEASE RETYPE

Expand Font SizeOf Text Below Split

text into Several slides PLEASE RETYPE

1933 Neville T UssherSpinal curvatures -- visceral disturbances

in relation thereto

1935 Sherrington Noble Prizes in Physiology and Medicine

bull CONVERT SLIDE BELOW INTO THREE SLIDES ONE WITH JUDGE

bull SUSANbull GETZENDANNERbull LADY IN GLASSES

BELOW

1967 Chester Wilk

AMA Found Guilty of Conspiracy and Fraud The suit claimed that the defendants had participated for years in an illegal conspiracy to destroy chiropractic On August 24 1987 after endless wrangling in the courts

US District Court judge Susan Getzendanner ruled that the AMA and its officials were guilty as charged of attempting to eliminate the chiropractic profession

The AMA offered a patient care defense however data from Workmens Compensation Bureau studies served to validate chiropractic care Specifically studies comparing chiropractic

care to care by a medical physician were presented which showed that chiropractors were ldquotwice as effective as

medical physicians for comparable injuries in returning injured workers to work at every level of injury severityrdquoEvidence at the trial showed that the defendants took active steps often covert to undermine chiropractic educational

institutions conceal evidence of the usefulness of chiropractic care undercut insurance programs for patients of chiropractors subvert government inquiries into the efficacy of chiropractic engage in a massive disinformation campaign to

discredit and destabilize the chiropractic profession and engage in numerous other activities to maintain a medical

physician monopoly over health care in this country

Chester Wilk

Attorney G McAndrews

John J Bonica

Bonica JJ Autonomic Innervation of the Viscera in Relation to Nerve

Block Anesthesiology 29293-813 Jul-Aug 68

1975 Elizabeth Lomax Comments On Her Findings Based on 250 Year Literature

Review

Research Status of Spinal Manipulative Therapy in 1975 historian Elizabeth Lomax MD presented her findings to the US government stating that as a result of her two hundred and fifty year scrutiny of scientific literature the physician

could clinch the diagnosis by finding tenderness in the appropriate vertebra

She Studied Articles Published between 1725 and 1975 (referenced the works by Andre Nicholas to Osler Head

Sherrington and Pre Beal Authors

1976 Irvin M Korr (Part 1)

The Spinal Cord as the Organizer of Disease

Processes Some Preliminary

Perspectives

1979 Irvin M Korr (Part 2)

The Spinal Cord as the Organizer of Disease

Processes The Peripheral Autonomic

Nervous System

1979 Irvin M Korr (Part 3)

The Spinal Cord as the Organizer of Disease

Processes Hyperactivity of sympathetic innervation

as a common factor in disease

1981 Irvin M Korr (Part 4)

The Spinal Cord as the Organizer of Disease Processes Axonal

transport and neurotrophic function in relation to somatic dysfunction

1983 Myron Beal Viscerosomtic Reflexes Review of the Literature

tabulating 142 Studiesby Author and Vertebral Segment

1983 Myron Beal Viscerosomtic Reflexes Review of the Literature

tabulating 142 Studies by Author and Vertebral Segment

1983 Myron Beal Viscerosomtic Reflexes Review of the Literature

tabulating 142 Studies by Author and Vertebral Segment

John McM Mennel MD

bull In a paper Understanding Manipulative Medicine in General Practice published in JMPT in 1989 states Then suddenly we find ourselves in practice where 80 of our patients complain to us for some sort of musculo-skeletal pain 80 may sound high yet remember that visceral and systemic diseases very frequently manifest themselves initially as musculoskeletal painldquo

bull Again John McM Mennel concludes his article as follows Joint dysfunction is not only a diagnosis but an early sign of visceral and systemic diseases

1992 ndash 2002 Nikolai Bogdukbull Only Structures Innervated by c1-c3 are known to cause Migrainesbull Example of Headache Pills ndash Imitrex ndash Naproxen ndash 2

ldquoCervicogenic headache is pain perceived in the head but referred from a primary sourcen in the cervical spine The physiologic basis for this pain is convergence between trigeminal afferents and afferents from the upper three cervical spinal nerves The possible sources of cervicogenic headache lie in the structures innervated by the C1 to C3 spinal nerves and include the upper cervical synovial joints the upper cervical muscles the C2-3 disc the vertebral and internal carotid arteries and the dura mater of the upper spinal cord and posterior cranial fossa Experiments in normal volunteers have established that the cervical muscles and joints can be sources of headacherdquo

bull Bogduk Nikolai The anatomical basis for cervicogenic headache JMPT 1567-70 January 1992

bull Bogduk N Curr Pain Headache Rep Cervicogenic headache anatomic basis and pathophysiologic mechanisms 2001 Aug5(4)382-6

Abstract The neuroanatomical basis for cervicogenic headache is convergence in the trigeminocervical nucleus between nociceptive afferents from the field of the trigemenial nerve and the receptive fields of the first three cervical nerves Only structures innervated by C1-C3 have been shown to be capable of causing headache These are the muscles joints and ligaments of the upper three cervical segments but also include the dura mater of the spinal cord and posterior cranial fossa and the vertebral artery

2000 Burns Centenary Appreciation

Findings Presented in 1899 confirmed

April 2000 JAOA Vol100 No4 p259-264

2004 Sherrington Centenary Appreciation Noble Prize winning

Findings which were buried by the AMA Presented in 1904 confirmed

In 1906 Sir Charles Sherrington published The Integrative Action of the Nervous System which was a collection of ten lectures delivered two years before at Yale University in the United States In this monograph

Sherrington summarized two decades of painstaking experimental observations and his incisive interpretation of them It settled the then-

current debate between the lsquolsquoReticular Theoryrsquorsquo versus lsquolsquoNeuron Doctrinersquorsquo ideas about the fundamental nature of the nervous system in mammals in favor of the latter and it changed forever the way in which subsequent generations have viewed the organization of the central

nervous system Sherringtonrsquos magnum opus contains basic concepts and even terminology that are now second nature to every student of the subject This brief article reviews the historical context in which the book was written summarizes its content and considers its impact on

Neurology and Neuroscience

2004 Sherrington Centenary Appreciation Noble Prize winning

Findings which were buried by the AMA Presented in 1904 confirmed

lsquo he is the scientistrsquos philosopher because he had advanced natural knowledge himself by skilled observation and experiment by 50 yearsrsquo

unremitting work in the laboratory and because his own interpretation of his discoveries had given a new extension to the biologistrsquos outlook Physiologists will know this well enough To those who have had to struggle with the mass of detailed material about the brain and cord

Sherringtonrsquos Integrative Action of the Nervous System brings order out of chaos it is hard reading at first because every sentence is charged with meaning some of it direct enough but some reaching out to half formed pictures of wider landscape Though it was published in 1906 it

is still as refreshing as it was then It has needed no revision but Sherringtonrsquos experimental work went on at high pressure for another 30

years filling in the gaps and strengthening the framework rsquo

SPEND FOUR HOURS TRAINING CArsquoS

going over article summaries to build their confidence in

Chiropractic

RICHARD SMITH Ed BMJ

Where is the Wisdom The Poverty of Medical Evidence

Where is the wisdom we have lost in knowledge and where asked T S Eliot is the knowledge we have lost in information There are perhaps 30000 biomedical journals in the world and they have grown steadily by 7 a year since the seventeenth century [1 2] Yet only about 15 of medical interventions are supported by solid scientific evidence David Eddy professor of health policy and management at Duke University North Carolina told a conference in Manchester last week

This is partly because only 1 of the articles in medical journals are scientifically sound [2 3] and partly because many treatments have never been assessed at all If said Professor Eddy it is true as the total quality management gurus tell us that lsquoevery defect is a treasurersquo then we are sitting on King Solomons mineldquo

BMJ 1991 (Oct 5)303798ndash9

Editorials The scandal of poor medical research

bull We need less research better research and research done for the right reasons

bull What should we think about a doctor who uses the wrong treatment either willfully or through ignorance or who uses the right treatment wrongly (such as by giving the wrong dose of a drug) Most people would agree that such behavior was unprofessional arguably unethical and certainly unacceptable

bull What then should we think about researchers who use the wrong techniques (either willfully or in ignorance) use the right techniques wrongly misinterpret their results report their results selectively cite the literature selectively and draw unjustified conclusions We should be appalled Yet numerous studies of the medical literature in both general and specialist journals have shown that all of the above phenomena are common This is surely a scandal

bull BMJ 1994308283-284 (29 January)

CLOSING STATEMENTCALL TO ACTION

Max Planck QuoteldquoA scientific truth does not triumph by

convincing its opponents and making them see the light but rather because its opponents eventually die and a new

generation grows up that is familiar with itrdquo

  • BIBLICAL FOUNDATION THAT INSPIRED MY DOCTORAL THESIS Viscero-Spinal and Spino-Visceral Syndromes Palpatory and Radiological Findings and Spinal Manipulative Therapy Vertebra By Vertebra Nerve By Nerve Clinical Management Couresowork amp Patient Education Visual Software Design Dedicated to JULIANA FARIDI Who Died In My Lap as a result of an undetected uncorrected Atlanto-Axial Subluxation which caused Hangmanrsquos Fracture at the Atlas Axis Vertebra The devastating effects of an undetected uncorrected subluxation Is loss of human life ndash In this case the life of my daughter
  • Slide 2
  • Slide 3
  • Slide 4
  • OPENING STATEMENT
  • Purpose of Sharing this Information
  • Slide 7
  • Slide 8
  • Slide 9
  • The Edwin Smith Papyrus
  • Slide 11
  • Slide 12
  • Slide 13
  • Decades Of Scientific Validation Based on a Foundation of Two Millennia
  • Slide 15
  • Slide 16
  • Expand Font Size Of Text Below Split in 3 or more Slides
  • Slide 18
  • Slide 19
  • Slide 20
  • Expand Font Size Of Text Below Split
  • 1867 James Paget Cases that bonesetters cure BMJ JANUARY 5 1867
  • 1887-1896 James Mackenzie Some Points Bearing on the Association of Sensory Disorders and Visceral Disease
  • 1893 Henry Head
  • Text From Head Article
  • Slide 26
  • Expand Font Size Of Text Below Split text into 2 slides
  • Slide 28
  • 1907 Louisa Burns Viscero-Somatic and Somato Visceral Spinal Reflexes (Hypothesis - Case Study ndash Animal Study Human Study Consensus) ndash 1927 (17 years per Institute of Medicine)
  • Expand Font Size Of Text Below Split text into Several slides PLEASE RETYPE
  • Slide 31
  • Slide 32
  • Slide 33
  • 1935 Sherrington Noble Prizes in Physiology and Medicine
  • Slide 35
  • 1967 Chester Wilk AMA Found Guilty of Conspiracy and Fraud
  • Slide 37
  • John J Bonica
  • 1975 Elizabeth Lomax Comments On Her Findings Based on 250 Year Literature Review
  • 1976 Irvin M Korr
  • Slide 41
  • 1979 Irvin M Korr (Part 2)
  • Slide 43
  • 1979 Irvin M Korr (Part 3)
  • Slide 45
  • 1981 Irvin M Korr (Part 4)
  • Slide 47
  • 1983 Myron Beal Viscerosomtic Reflexes Review of the Literature tabulating 142 Studiesby Author and Vertebral Segment
  • 1983 Myron Beal Viscerosomtic Reflexes Review of the Literature tabulating 142 Studies by Author and Vertebral Segment
  • Slide 50
  • John McM Mennel MD
  • 1992 ndash 2002 Nikolai Bogduk
  • 2000 Burns Centenary Appreciation Findings Presented in 1899 confirmed April 2000 JAOA Vol100 No4 p259-264
  • 2004 Sherrington Centenary Appreciation Noble Prize winning Findings which were buried by the AMA Presented in 1904 confirmed
  • Slide 55
  • Slide 56
  • RICHARD SMITH Ed BMJ Where is the Wisdom The Poverty of Medical Evidence
  • Editorials The scandal of poor medical research
  • CLOSING STATEMENT CALL TO ACTION
Page 18: Tariq Faridi Palmer Palmer South January15

ldquoAFTER systematic lectures on the chief injuries of the bones and joints it may be useful if I try to enforce by particular illustrations some of the general principles that I stated and it may secure your attention if I use the form of speaking of the Cases that Bone-setters Cure For few of you are likely to practise without having a bone-setter for an enemy and if he can cure a case which you have failed to cure his fortune may be made and yours marredrdquo

1867 James Paget Cases that bonesetters cure BMJ JANUARY 5 1867

1887-1896 James MackenzieSome Points Bearing on the Association of Sensory Disorders and Visceral Disease

(Brain 1893 16321-352)

ldquoIn the following pages I deal in a somewhat discursive and desultory manner with the result of several yearslsquo enquiry into the symptoms

evoked in the sensory nervous system by disease of the viscera For many years the subject has been present in my mind and although for a long time I could not appreciate the value of all the phenomena yet by carefully noticing each circumstance in every case and by grouping the symptoms together I formulated for myself certain tentative laws of a somewhat vague nature trusting that with extended experience these

would become more denned and be of a less general nature What I have published on this subject does not fully accord with the results obtained

by Dr Head2 and although in many respects his results are more reliable than mine there are a few points on which we are in conflictrdquo

1893 Henry Head Thesis DISTURBANCES OF SENSATION

WITH SPECIAL REFERENCE TO THE PAIN OF VISCERAL DISEASE

(Sherringtonrsquos Friend includes Sherringtonrsquos unpublished findings)

Text From Head Article

Text From Head Article

Expand Font SizeOf Text Below Splittext into 2 slides

1905 CS Sherrington ndash Integrative Action of the

Nervous System and 37 Papers ndash Nobel Prize

In the year 1883 a legacy of $80000 was left to the President and Fellows of Yale College in the city of New Haven to be held in trust as a gift for her children in memory of their beloved and honored mother Mrs Hepsa Ely Silliman

On this foundation Yale College was requested and directed to establish an annual course of lectures designed to illustrate the presence and providence the wisdom and goodness of God as manifested in the natural and moral world

1907 Louisa BurnsViscero-Somatic and Somato Visceral Spinal Reflexes

(Hypothesis - Case Study ndash Animal Study Human Study Consensus) ndash 1927

(17 years per Institute of Medicine)

Expand Font SizeOf Text Below Split

text into Several slides PLEASE RETYPE

Expand Font SizeOf Text Below Split

text into Several slides PLEASE RETYPE

1933 Neville T UssherSpinal curvatures -- visceral disturbances

in relation thereto

1935 Sherrington Noble Prizes in Physiology and Medicine

bull CONVERT SLIDE BELOW INTO THREE SLIDES ONE WITH JUDGE

bull SUSANbull GETZENDANNERbull LADY IN GLASSES

BELOW

1967 Chester Wilk

AMA Found Guilty of Conspiracy and Fraud The suit claimed that the defendants had participated for years in an illegal conspiracy to destroy chiropractic On August 24 1987 after endless wrangling in the courts

US District Court judge Susan Getzendanner ruled that the AMA and its officials were guilty as charged of attempting to eliminate the chiropractic profession

The AMA offered a patient care defense however data from Workmens Compensation Bureau studies served to validate chiropractic care Specifically studies comparing chiropractic

care to care by a medical physician were presented which showed that chiropractors were ldquotwice as effective as

medical physicians for comparable injuries in returning injured workers to work at every level of injury severityrdquoEvidence at the trial showed that the defendants took active steps often covert to undermine chiropractic educational

institutions conceal evidence of the usefulness of chiropractic care undercut insurance programs for patients of chiropractors subvert government inquiries into the efficacy of chiropractic engage in a massive disinformation campaign to

discredit and destabilize the chiropractic profession and engage in numerous other activities to maintain a medical

physician monopoly over health care in this country

Chester Wilk

Attorney G McAndrews

John J Bonica

Bonica JJ Autonomic Innervation of the Viscera in Relation to Nerve

Block Anesthesiology 29293-813 Jul-Aug 68

1975 Elizabeth Lomax Comments On Her Findings Based on 250 Year Literature

Review

Research Status of Spinal Manipulative Therapy in 1975 historian Elizabeth Lomax MD presented her findings to the US government stating that as a result of her two hundred and fifty year scrutiny of scientific literature the physician

could clinch the diagnosis by finding tenderness in the appropriate vertebra

She Studied Articles Published between 1725 and 1975 (referenced the works by Andre Nicholas to Osler Head

Sherrington and Pre Beal Authors

1976 Irvin M Korr (Part 1)

The Spinal Cord as the Organizer of Disease

Processes Some Preliminary

Perspectives

1979 Irvin M Korr (Part 2)

The Spinal Cord as the Organizer of Disease

Processes The Peripheral Autonomic

Nervous System

1979 Irvin M Korr (Part 3)

The Spinal Cord as the Organizer of Disease

Processes Hyperactivity of sympathetic innervation

as a common factor in disease

1981 Irvin M Korr (Part 4)

The Spinal Cord as the Organizer of Disease Processes Axonal

transport and neurotrophic function in relation to somatic dysfunction

1983 Myron Beal Viscerosomtic Reflexes Review of the Literature

tabulating 142 Studiesby Author and Vertebral Segment

1983 Myron Beal Viscerosomtic Reflexes Review of the Literature

tabulating 142 Studies by Author and Vertebral Segment

1983 Myron Beal Viscerosomtic Reflexes Review of the Literature

tabulating 142 Studies by Author and Vertebral Segment

John McM Mennel MD

bull In a paper Understanding Manipulative Medicine in General Practice published in JMPT in 1989 states Then suddenly we find ourselves in practice where 80 of our patients complain to us for some sort of musculo-skeletal pain 80 may sound high yet remember that visceral and systemic diseases very frequently manifest themselves initially as musculoskeletal painldquo

bull Again John McM Mennel concludes his article as follows Joint dysfunction is not only a diagnosis but an early sign of visceral and systemic diseases

1992 ndash 2002 Nikolai Bogdukbull Only Structures Innervated by c1-c3 are known to cause Migrainesbull Example of Headache Pills ndash Imitrex ndash Naproxen ndash 2

ldquoCervicogenic headache is pain perceived in the head but referred from a primary sourcen in the cervical spine The physiologic basis for this pain is convergence between trigeminal afferents and afferents from the upper three cervical spinal nerves The possible sources of cervicogenic headache lie in the structures innervated by the C1 to C3 spinal nerves and include the upper cervical synovial joints the upper cervical muscles the C2-3 disc the vertebral and internal carotid arteries and the dura mater of the upper spinal cord and posterior cranial fossa Experiments in normal volunteers have established that the cervical muscles and joints can be sources of headacherdquo

bull Bogduk Nikolai The anatomical basis for cervicogenic headache JMPT 1567-70 January 1992

bull Bogduk N Curr Pain Headache Rep Cervicogenic headache anatomic basis and pathophysiologic mechanisms 2001 Aug5(4)382-6

Abstract The neuroanatomical basis for cervicogenic headache is convergence in the trigeminocervical nucleus between nociceptive afferents from the field of the trigemenial nerve and the receptive fields of the first three cervical nerves Only structures innervated by C1-C3 have been shown to be capable of causing headache These are the muscles joints and ligaments of the upper three cervical segments but also include the dura mater of the spinal cord and posterior cranial fossa and the vertebral artery

2000 Burns Centenary Appreciation

Findings Presented in 1899 confirmed

April 2000 JAOA Vol100 No4 p259-264

2004 Sherrington Centenary Appreciation Noble Prize winning

Findings which were buried by the AMA Presented in 1904 confirmed

In 1906 Sir Charles Sherrington published The Integrative Action of the Nervous System which was a collection of ten lectures delivered two years before at Yale University in the United States In this monograph

Sherrington summarized two decades of painstaking experimental observations and his incisive interpretation of them It settled the then-

current debate between the lsquolsquoReticular Theoryrsquorsquo versus lsquolsquoNeuron Doctrinersquorsquo ideas about the fundamental nature of the nervous system in mammals in favor of the latter and it changed forever the way in which subsequent generations have viewed the organization of the central

nervous system Sherringtonrsquos magnum opus contains basic concepts and even terminology that are now second nature to every student of the subject This brief article reviews the historical context in which the book was written summarizes its content and considers its impact on

Neurology and Neuroscience

2004 Sherrington Centenary Appreciation Noble Prize winning

Findings which were buried by the AMA Presented in 1904 confirmed

lsquo he is the scientistrsquos philosopher because he had advanced natural knowledge himself by skilled observation and experiment by 50 yearsrsquo

unremitting work in the laboratory and because his own interpretation of his discoveries had given a new extension to the biologistrsquos outlook Physiologists will know this well enough To those who have had to struggle with the mass of detailed material about the brain and cord

Sherringtonrsquos Integrative Action of the Nervous System brings order out of chaos it is hard reading at first because every sentence is charged with meaning some of it direct enough but some reaching out to half formed pictures of wider landscape Though it was published in 1906 it

is still as refreshing as it was then It has needed no revision but Sherringtonrsquos experimental work went on at high pressure for another 30

years filling in the gaps and strengthening the framework rsquo

SPEND FOUR HOURS TRAINING CArsquoS

going over article summaries to build their confidence in

Chiropractic

RICHARD SMITH Ed BMJ

Where is the Wisdom The Poverty of Medical Evidence

Where is the wisdom we have lost in knowledge and where asked T S Eliot is the knowledge we have lost in information There are perhaps 30000 biomedical journals in the world and they have grown steadily by 7 a year since the seventeenth century [1 2] Yet only about 15 of medical interventions are supported by solid scientific evidence David Eddy professor of health policy and management at Duke University North Carolina told a conference in Manchester last week

This is partly because only 1 of the articles in medical journals are scientifically sound [2 3] and partly because many treatments have never been assessed at all If said Professor Eddy it is true as the total quality management gurus tell us that lsquoevery defect is a treasurersquo then we are sitting on King Solomons mineldquo

BMJ 1991 (Oct 5)303798ndash9

Editorials The scandal of poor medical research

bull We need less research better research and research done for the right reasons

bull What should we think about a doctor who uses the wrong treatment either willfully or through ignorance or who uses the right treatment wrongly (such as by giving the wrong dose of a drug) Most people would agree that such behavior was unprofessional arguably unethical and certainly unacceptable

bull What then should we think about researchers who use the wrong techniques (either willfully or in ignorance) use the right techniques wrongly misinterpret their results report their results selectively cite the literature selectively and draw unjustified conclusions We should be appalled Yet numerous studies of the medical literature in both general and specialist journals have shown that all of the above phenomena are common This is surely a scandal

bull BMJ 1994308283-284 (29 January)

CLOSING STATEMENTCALL TO ACTION

Max Planck QuoteldquoA scientific truth does not triumph by

convincing its opponents and making them see the light but rather because its opponents eventually die and a new

generation grows up that is familiar with itrdquo

  • BIBLICAL FOUNDATION THAT INSPIRED MY DOCTORAL THESIS Viscero-Spinal and Spino-Visceral Syndromes Palpatory and Radiological Findings and Spinal Manipulative Therapy Vertebra By Vertebra Nerve By Nerve Clinical Management Couresowork amp Patient Education Visual Software Design Dedicated to JULIANA FARIDI Who Died In My Lap as a result of an undetected uncorrected Atlanto-Axial Subluxation which caused Hangmanrsquos Fracture at the Atlas Axis Vertebra The devastating effects of an undetected uncorrected subluxation Is loss of human life ndash In this case the life of my daughter
  • Slide 2
  • Slide 3
  • Slide 4
  • OPENING STATEMENT
  • Purpose of Sharing this Information
  • Slide 7
  • Slide 8
  • Slide 9
  • The Edwin Smith Papyrus
  • Slide 11
  • Slide 12
  • Slide 13
  • Decades Of Scientific Validation Based on a Foundation of Two Millennia
  • Slide 15
  • Slide 16
  • Expand Font Size Of Text Below Split in 3 or more Slides
  • Slide 18
  • Slide 19
  • Slide 20
  • Expand Font Size Of Text Below Split
  • 1867 James Paget Cases that bonesetters cure BMJ JANUARY 5 1867
  • 1887-1896 James Mackenzie Some Points Bearing on the Association of Sensory Disorders and Visceral Disease
  • 1893 Henry Head
  • Text From Head Article
  • Slide 26
  • Expand Font Size Of Text Below Split text into 2 slides
  • Slide 28
  • 1907 Louisa Burns Viscero-Somatic and Somato Visceral Spinal Reflexes (Hypothesis - Case Study ndash Animal Study Human Study Consensus) ndash 1927 (17 years per Institute of Medicine)
  • Expand Font Size Of Text Below Split text into Several slides PLEASE RETYPE
  • Slide 31
  • Slide 32
  • Slide 33
  • 1935 Sherrington Noble Prizes in Physiology and Medicine
  • Slide 35
  • 1967 Chester Wilk AMA Found Guilty of Conspiracy and Fraud
  • Slide 37
  • John J Bonica
  • 1975 Elizabeth Lomax Comments On Her Findings Based on 250 Year Literature Review
  • 1976 Irvin M Korr
  • Slide 41
  • 1979 Irvin M Korr (Part 2)
  • Slide 43
  • 1979 Irvin M Korr (Part 3)
  • Slide 45
  • 1981 Irvin M Korr (Part 4)
  • Slide 47
  • 1983 Myron Beal Viscerosomtic Reflexes Review of the Literature tabulating 142 Studiesby Author and Vertebral Segment
  • 1983 Myron Beal Viscerosomtic Reflexes Review of the Literature tabulating 142 Studies by Author and Vertebral Segment
  • Slide 50
  • John McM Mennel MD
  • 1992 ndash 2002 Nikolai Bogduk
  • 2000 Burns Centenary Appreciation Findings Presented in 1899 confirmed April 2000 JAOA Vol100 No4 p259-264
  • 2004 Sherrington Centenary Appreciation Noble Prize winning Findings which were buried by the AMA Presented in 1904 confirmed
  • Slide 55
  • Slide 56
  • RICHARD SMITH Ed BMJ Where is the Wisdom The Poverty of Medical Evidence
  • Editorials The scandal of poor medical research
  • CLOSING STATEMENT CALL TO ACTION
Page 19: Tariq Faridi Palmer Palmer South January15

1887-1896 James MackenzieSome Points Bearing on the Association of Sensory Disorders and Visceral Disease

(Brain 1893 16321-352)

ldquoIn the following pages I deal in a somewhat discursive and desultory manner with the result of several yearslsquo enquiry into the symptoms

evoked in the sensory nervous system by disease of the viscera For many years the subject has been present in my mind and although for a long time I could not appreciate the value of all the phenomena yet by carefully noticing each circumstance in every case and by grouping the symptoms together I formulated for myself certain tentative laws of a somewhat vague nature trusting that with extended experience these

would become more denned and be of a less general nature What I have published on this subject does not fully accord with the results obtained

by Dr Head2 and although in many respects his results are more reliable than mine there are a few points on which we are in conflictrdquo

1893 Henry Head Thesis DISTURBANCES OF SENSATION

WITH SPECIAL REFERENCE TO THE PAIN OF VISCERAL DISEASE

(Sherringtonrsquos Friend includes Sherringtonrsquos unpublished findings)

Text From Head Article

Text From Head Article

Expand Font SizeOf Text Below Splittext into 2 slides

1905 CS Sherrington ndash Integrative Action of the

Nervous System and 37 Papers ndash Nobel Prize

In the year 1883 a legacy of $80000 was left to the President and Fellows of Yale College in the city of New Haven to be held in trust as a gift for her children in memory of their beloved and honored mother Mrs Hepsa Ely Silliman

On this foundation Yale College was requested and directed to establish an annual course of lectures designed to illustrate the presence and providence the wisdom and goodness of God as manifested in the natural and moral world

1907 Louisa BurnsViscero-Somatic and Somato Visceral Spinal Reflexes

(Hypothesis - Case Study ndash Animal Study Human Study Consensus) ndash 1927

(17 years per Institute of Medicine)

Expand Font SizeOf Text Below Split

text into Several slides PLEASE RETYPE

Expand Font SizeOf Text Below Split

text into Several slides PLEASE RETYPE

1933 Neville T UssherSpinal curvatures -- visceral disturbances

in relation thereto

1935 Sherrington Noble Prizes in Physiology and Medicine

bull CONVERT SLIDE BELOW INTO THREE SLIDES ONE WITH JUDGE

bull SUSANbull GETZENDANNERbull LADY IN GLASSES

BELOW

1967 Chester Wilk

AMA Found Guilty of Conspiracy and Fraud The suit claimed that the defendants had participated for years in an illegal conspiracy to destroy chiropractic On August 24 1987 after endless wrangling in the courts

US District Court judge Susan Getzendanner ruled that the AMA and its officials were guilty as charged of attempting to eliminate the chiropractic profession

The AMA offered a patient care defense however data from Workmens Compensation Bureau studies served to validate chiropractic care Specifically studies comparing chiropractic

care to care by a medical physician were presented which showed that chiropractors were ldquotwice as effective as

medical physicians for comparable injuries in returning injured workers to work at every level of injury severityrdquoEvidence at the trial showed that the defendants took active steps often covert to undermine chiropractic educational

institutions conceal evidence of the usefulness of chiropractic care undercut insurance programs for patients of chiropractors subvert government inquiries into the efficacy of chiropractic engage in a massive disinformation campaign to

discredit and destabilize the chiropractic profession and engage in numerous other activities to maintain a medical

physician monopoly over health care in this country

Chester Wilk

Attorney G McAndrews

John J Bonica

Bonica JJ Autonomic Innervation of the Viscera in Relation to Nerve

Block Anesthesiology 29293-813 Jul-Aug 68

1975 Elizabeth Lomax Comments On Her Findings Based on 250 Year Literature

Review

Research Status of Spinal Manipulative Therapy in 1975 historian Elizabeth Lomax MD presented her findings to the US government stating that as a result of her two hundred and fifty year scrutiny of scientific literature the physician

could clinch the diagnosis by finding tenderness in the appropriate vertebra

She Studied Articles Published between 1725 and 1975 (referenced the works by Andre Nicholas to Osler Head

Sherrington and Pre Beal Authors

1976 Irvin M Korr (Part 1)

The Spinal Cord as the Organizer of Disease

Processes Some Preliminary

Perspectives

1979 Irvin M Korr (Part 2)

The Spinal Cord as the Organizer of Disease

Processes The Peripheral Autonomic

Nervous System

1979 Irvin M Korr (Part 3)

The Spinal Cord as the Organizer of Disease

Processes Hyperactivity of sympathetic innervation

as a common factor in disease

1981 Irvin M Korr (Part 4)

The Spinal Cord as the Organizer of Disease Processes Axonal

transport and neurotrophic function in relation to somatic dysfunction

1983 Myron Beal Viscerosomtic Reflexes Review of the Literature

tabulating 142 Studiesby Author and Vertebral Segment

1983 Myron Beal Viscerosomtic Reflexes Review of the Literature

tabulating 142 Studies by Author and Vertebral Segment

1983 Myron Beal Viscerosomtic Reflexes Review of the Literature

tabulating 142 Studies by Author and Vertebral Segment

John McM Mennel MD

bull In a paper Understanding Manipulative Medicine in General Practice published in JMPT in 1989 states Then suddenly we find ourselves in practice where 80 of our patients complain to us for some sort of musculo-skeletal pain 80 may sound high yet remember that visceral and systemic diseases very frequently manifest themselves initially as musculoskeletal painldquo

bull Again John McM Mennel concludes his article as follows Joint dysfunction is not only a diagnosis but an early sign of visceral and systemic diseases

1992 ndash 2002 Nikolai Bogdukbull Only Structures Innervated by c1-c3 are known to cause Migrainesbull Example of Headache Pills ndash Imitrex ndash Naproxen ndash 2

ldquoCervicogenic headache is pain perceived in the head but referred from a primary sourcen in the cervical spine The physiologic basis for this pain is convergence between trigeminal afferents and afferents from the upper three cervical spinal nerves The possible sources of cervicogenic headache lie in the structures innervated by the C1 to C3 spinal nerves and include the upper cervical synovial joints the upper cervical muscles the C2-3 disc the vertebral and internal carotid arteries and the dura mater of the upper spinal cord and posterior cranial fossa Experiments in normal volunteers have established that the cervical muscles and joints can be sources of headacherdquo

bull Bogduk Nikolai The anatomical basis for cervicogenic headache JMPT 1567-70 January 1992

bull Bogduk N Curr Pain Headache Rep Cervicogenic headache anatomic basis and pathophysiologic mechanisms 2001 Aug5(4)382-6

Abstract The neuroanatomical basis for cervicogenic headache is convergence in the trigeminocervical nucleus between nociceptive afferents from the field of the trigemenial nerve and the receptive fields of the first three cervical nerves Only structures innervated by C1-C3 have been shown to be capable of causing headache These are the muscles joints and ligaments of the upper three cervical segments but also include the dura mater of the spinal cord and posterior cranial fossa and the vertebral artery

2000 Burns Centenary Appreciation

Findings Presented in 1899 confirmed

April 2000 JAOA Vol100 No4 p259-264

2004 Sherrington Centenary Appreciation Noble Prize winning

Findings which were buried by the AMA Presented in 1904 confirmed

In 1906 Sir Charles Sherrington published The Integrative Action of the Nervous System which was a collection of ten lectures delivered two years before at Yale University in the United States In this monograph

Sherrington summarized two decades of painstaking experimental observations and his incisive interpretation of them It settled the then-

current debate between the lsquolsquoReticular Theoryrsquorsquo versus lsquolsquoNeuron Doctrinersquorsquo ideas about the fundamental nature of the nervous system in mammals in favor of the latter and it changed forever the way in which subsequent generations have viewed the organization of the central

nervous system Sherringtonrsquos magnum opus contains basic concepts and even terminology that are now second nature to every student of the subject This brief article reviews the historical context in which the book was written summarizes its content and considers its impact on

Neurology and Neuroscience

2004 Sherrington Centenary Appreciation Noble Prize winning

Findings which were buried by the AMA Presented in 1904 confirmed

lsquo he is the scientistrsquos philosopher because he had advanced natural knowledge himself by skilled observation and experiment by 50 yearsrsquo

unremitting work in the laboratory and because his own interpretation of his discoveries had given a new extension to the biologistrsquos outlook Physiologists will know this well enough To those who have had to struggle with the mass of detailed material about the brain and cord

Sherringtonrsquos Integrative Action of the Nervous System brings order out of chaos it is hard reading at first because every sentence is charged with meaning some of it direct enough but some reaching out to half formed pictures of wider landscape Though it was published in 1906 it

is still as refreshing as it was then It has needed no revision but Sherringtonrsquos experimental work went on at high pressure for another 30

years filling in the gaps and strengthening the framework rsquo

SPEND FOUR HOURS TRAINING CArsquoS

going over article summaries to build their confidence in

Chiropractic

RICHARD SMITH Ed BMJ

Where is the Wisdom The Poverty of Medical Evidence

Where is the wisdom we have lost in knowledge and where asked T S Eliot is the knowledge we have lost in information There are perhaps 30000 biomedical journals in the world and they have grown steadily by 7 a year since the seventeenth century [1 2] Yet only about 15 of medical interventions are supported by solid scientific evidence David Eddy professor of health policy and management at Duke University North Carolina told a conference in Manchester last week

This is partly because only 1 of the articles in medical journals are scientifically sound [2 3] and partly because many treatments have never been assessed at all If said Professor Eddy it is true as the total quality management gurus tell us that lsquoevery defect is a treasurersquo then we are sitting on King Solomons mineldquo

BMJ 1991 (Oct 5)303798ndash9

Editorials The scandal of poor medical research

bull We need less research better research and research done for the right reasons

bull What should we think about a doctor who uses the wrong treatment either willfully or through ignorance or who uses the right treatment wrongly (such as by giving the wrong dose of a drug) Most people would agree that such behavior was unprofessional arguably unethical and certainly unacceptable

bull What then should we think about researchers who use the wrong techniques (either willfully or in ignorance) use the right techniques wrongly misinterpret their results report their results selectively cite the literature selectively and draw unjustified conclusions We should be appalled Yet numerous studies of the medical literature in both general and specialist journals have shown that all of the above phenomena are common This is surely a scandal

bull BMJ 1994308283-284 (29 January)

CLOSING STATEMENTCALL TO ACTION

Max Planck QuoteldquoA scientific truth does not triumph by

convincing its opponents and making them see the light but rather because its opponents eventually die and a new

generation grows up that is familiar with itrdquo

  • BIBLICAL FOUNDATION THAT INSPIRED MY DOCTORAL THESIS Viscero-Spinal and Spino-Visceral Syndromes Palpatory and Radiological Findings and Spinal Manipulative Therapy Vertebra By Vertebra Nerve By Nerve Clinical Management Couresowork amp Patient Education Visual Software Design Dedicated to JULIANA FARIDI Who Died In My Lap as a result of an undetected uncorrected Atlanto-Axial Subluxation which caused Hangmanrsquos Fracture at the Atlas Axis Vertebra The devastating effects of an undetected uncorrected subluxation Is loss of human life ndash In this case the life of my daughter
  • Slide 2
  • Slide 3
  • Slide 4
  • OPENING STATEMENT
  • Purpose of Sharing this Information
  • Slide 7
  • Slide 8
  • Slide 9
  • The Edwin Smith Papyrus
  • Slide 11
  • Slide 12
  • Slide 13
  • Decades Of Scientific Validation Based on a Foundation of Two Millennia
  • Slide 15
  • Slide 16
  • Expand Font Size Of Text Below Split in 3 or more Slides
  • Slide 18
  • Slide 19
  • Slide 20
  • Expand Font Size Of Text Below Split
  • 1867 James Paget Cases that bonesetters cure BMJ JANUARY 5 1867
  • 1887-1896 James Mackenzie Some Points Bearing on the Association of Sensory Disorders and Visceral Disease
  • 1893 Henry Head
  • Text From Head Article
  • Slide 26
  • Expand Font Size Of Text Below Split text into 2 slides
  • Slide 28
  • 1907 Louisa Burns Viscero-Somatic and Somato Visceral Spinal Reflexes (Hypothesis - Case Study ndash Animal Study Human Study Consensus) ndash 1927 (17 years per Institute of Medicine)
  • Expand Font Size Of Text Below Split text into Several slides PLEASE RETYPE
  • Slide 31
  • Slide 32
  • Slide 33
  • 1935 Sherrington Noble Prizes in Physiology and Medicine
  • Slide 35
  • 1967 Chester Wilk AMA Found Guilty of Conspiracy and Fraud
  • Slide 37
  • John J Bonica
  • 1975 Elizabeth Lomax Comments On Her Findings Based on 250 Year Literature Review
  • 1976 Irvin M Korr
  • Slide 41
  • 1979 Irvin M Korr (Part 2)
  • Slide 43
  • 1979 Irvin M Korr (Part 3)
  • Slide 45
  • 1981 Irvin M Korr (Part 4)
  • Slide 47
  • 1983 Myron Beal Viscerosomtic Reflexes Review of the Literature tabulating 142 Studiesby Author and Vertebral Segment
  • 1983 Myron Beal Viscerosomtic Reflexes Review of the Literature tabulating 142 Studies by Author and Vertebral Segment
  • Slide 50
  • John McM Mennel MD
  • 1992 ndash 2002 Nikolai Bogduk
  • 2000 Burns Centenary Appreciation Findings Presented in 1899 confirmed April 2000 JAOA Vol100 No4 p259-264
  • 2004 Sherrington Centenary Appreciation Noble Prize winning Findings which were buried by the AMA Presented in 1904 confirmed
  • Slide 55
  • Slide 56
  • RICHARD SMITH Ed BMJ Where is the Wisdom The Poverty of Medical Evidence
  • Editorials The scandal of poor medical research
  • CLOSING STATEMENT CALL TO ACTION
Page 20: Tariq Faridi Palmer Palmer South January15

1893 Henry Head Thesis DISTURBANCES OF SENSATION

WITH SPECIAL REFERENCE TO THE PAIN OF VISCERAL DISEASE

(Sherringtonrsquos Friend includes Sherringtonrsquos unpublished findings)

Text From Head Article

Text From Head Article

Expand Font SizeOf Text Below Splittext into 2 slides

1905 CS Sherrington ndash Integrative Action of the

Nervous System and 37 Papers ndash Nobel Prize

In the year 1883 a legacy of $80000 was left to the President and Fellows of Yale College in the city of New Haven to be held in trust as a gift for her children in memory of their beloved and honored mother Mrs Hepsa Ely Silliman

On this foundation Yale College was requested and directed to establish an annual course of lectures designed to illustrate the presence and providence the wisdom and goodness of God as manifested in the natural and moral world

1907 Louisa BurnsViscero-Somatic and Somato Visceral Spinal Reflexes

(Hypothesis - Case Study ndash Animal Study Human Study Consensus) ndash 1927

(17 years per Institute of Medicine)

Expand Font SizeOf Text Below Split

text into Several slides PLEASE RETYPE

Expand Font SizeOf Text Below Split

text into Several slides PLEASE RETYPE

1933 Neville T UssherSpinal curvatures -- visceral disturbances

in relation thereto

1935 Sherrington Noble Prizes in Physiology and Medicine

bull CONVERT SLIDE BELOW INTO THREE SLIDES ONE WITH JUDGE

bull SUSANbull GETZENDANNERbull LADY IN GLASSES

BELOW

1967 Chester Wilk

AMA Found Guilty of Conspiracy and Fraud The suit claimed that the defendants had participated for years in an illegal conspiracy to destroy chiropractic On August 24 1987 after endless wrangling in the courts

US District Court judge Susan Getzendanner ruled that the AMA and its officials were guilty as charged of attempting to eliminate the chiropractic profession

The AMA offered a patient care defense however data from Workmens Compensation Bureau studies served to validate chiropractic care Specifically studies comparing chiropractic

care to care by a medical physician were presented which showed that chiropractors were ldquotwice as effective as

medical physicians for comparable injuries in returning injured workers to work at every level of injury severityrdquoEvidence at the trial showed that the defendants took active steps often covert to undermine chiropractic educational

institutions conceal evidence of the usefulness of chiropractic care undercut insurance programs for patients of chiropractors subvert government inquiries into the efficacy of chiropractic engage in a massive disinformation campaign to

discredit and destabilize the chiropractic profession and engage in numerous other activities to maintain a medical

physician monopoly over health care in this country

Chester Wilk

Attorney G McAndrews

John J Bonica

Bonica JJ Autonomic Innervation of the Viscera in Relation to Nerve

Block Anesthesiology 29293-813 Jul-Aug 68

1975 Elizabeth Lomax Comments On Her Findings Based on 250 Year Literature

Review

Research Status of Spinal Manipulative Therapy in 1975 historian Elizabeth Lomax MD presented her findings to the US government stating that as a result of her two hundred and fifty year scrutiny of scientific literature the physician

could clinch the diagnosis by finding tenderness in the appropriate vertebra

She Studied Articles Published between 1725 and 1975 (referenced the works by Andre Nicholas to Osler Head

Sherrington and Pre Beal Authors

1976 Irvin M Korr (Part 1)

The Spinal Cord as the Organizer of Disease

Processes Some Preliminary

Perspectives

1979 Irvin M Korr (Part 2)

The Spinal Cord as the Organizer of Disease

Processes The Peripheral Autonomic

Nervous System

1979 Irvin M Korr (Part 3)

The Spinal Cord as the Organizer of Disease

Processes Hyperactivity of sympathetic innervation

as a common factor in disease

1981 Irvin M Korr (Part 4)

The Spinal Cord as the Organizer of Disease Processes Axonal

transport and neurotrophic function in relation to somatic dysfunction

1983 Myron Beal Viscerosomtic Reflexes Review of the Literature

tabulating 142 Studiesby Author and Vertebral Segment

1983 Myron Beal Viscerosomtic Reflexes Review of the Literature

tabulating 142 Studies by Author and Vertebral Segment

1983 Myron Beal Viscerosomtic Reflexes Review of the Literature

tabulating 142 Studies by Author and Vertebral Segment

John McM Mennel MD

bull In a paper Understanding Manipulative Medicine in General Practice published in JMPT in 1989 states Then suddenly we find ourselves in practice where 80 of our patients complain to us for some sort of musculo-skeletal pain 80 may sound high yet remember that visceral and systemic diseases very frequently manifest themselves initially as musculoskeletal painldquo

bull Again John McM Mennel concludes his article as follows Joint dysfunction is not only a diagnosis but an early sign of visceral and systemic diseases

1992 ndash 2002 Nikolai Bogdukbull Only Structures Innervated by c1-c3 are known to cause Migrainesbull Example of Headache Pills ndash Imitrex ndash Naproxen ndash 2

ldquoCervicogenic headache is pain perceived in the head but referred from a primary sourcen in the cervical spine The physiologic basis for this pain is convergence between trigeminal afferents and afferents from the upper three cervical spinal nerves The possible sources of cervicogenic headache lie in the structures innervated by the C1 to C3 spinal nerves and include the upper cervical synovial joints the upper cervical muscles the C2-3 disc the vertebral and internal carotid arteries and the dura mater of the upper spinal cord and posterior cranial fossa Experiments in normal volunteers have established that the cervical muscles and joints can be sources of headacherdquo

bull Bogduk Nikolai The anatomical basis for cervicogenic headache JMPT 1567-70 January 1992

bull Bogduk N Curr Pain Headache Rep Cervicogenic headache anatomic basis and pathophysiologic mechanisms 2001 Aug5(4)382-6

Abstract The neuroanatomical basis for cervicogenic headache is convergence in the trigeminocervical nucleus between nociceptive afferents from the field of the trigemenial nerve and the receptive fields of the first three cervical nerves Only structures innervated by C1-C3 have been shown to be capable of causing headache These are the muscles joints and ligaments of the upper three cervical segments but also include the dura mater of the spinal cord and posterior cranial fossa and the vertebral artery

2000 Burns Centenary Appreciation

Findings Presented in 1899 confirmed

April 2000 JAOA Vol100 No4 p259-264

2004 Sherrington Centenary Appreciation Noble Prize winning

Findings which were buried by the AMA Presented in 1904 confirmed

In 1906 Sir Charles Sherrington published The Integrative Action of the Nervous System which was a collection of ten lectures delivered two years before at Yale University in the United States In this monograph

Sherrington summarized two decades of painstaking experimental observations and his incisive interpretation of them It settled the then-

current debate between the lsquolsquoReticular Theoryrsquorsquo versus lsquolsquoNeuron Doctrinersquorsquo ideas about the fundamental nature of the nervous system in mammals in favor of the latter and it changed forever the way in which subsequent generations have viewed the organization of the central

nervous system Sherringtonrsquos magnum opus contains basic concepts and even terminology that are now second nature to every student of the subject This brief article reviews the historical context in which the book was written summarizes its content and considers its impact on

Neurology and Neuroscience

2004 Sherrington Centenary Appreciation Noble Prize winning

Findings which were buried by the AMA Presented in 1904 confirmed

lsquo he is the scientistrsquos philosopher because he had advanced natural knowledge himself by skilled observation and experiment by 50 yearsrsquo

unremitting work in the laboratory and because his own interpretation of his discoveries had given a new extension to the biologistrsquos outlook Physiologists will know this well enough To those who have had to struggle with the mass of detailed material about the brain and cord

Sherringtonrsquos Integrative Action of the Nervous System brings order out of chaos it is hard reading at first because every sentence is charged with meaning some of it direct enough but some reaching out to half formed pictures of wider landscape Though it was published in 1906 it

is still as refreshing as it was then It has needed no revision but Sherringtonrsquos experimental work went on at high pressure for another 30

years filling in the gaps and strengthening the framework rsquo

SPEND FOUR HOURS TRAINING CArsquoS

going over article summaries to build their confidence in

Chiropractic

RICHARD SMITH Ed BMJ

Where is the Wisdom The Poverty of Medical Evidence

Where is the wisdom we have lost in knowledge and where asked T S Eliot is the knowledge we have lost in information There are perhaps 30000 biomedical journals in the world and they have grown steadily by 7 a year since the seventeenth century [1 2] Yet only about 15 of medical interventions are supported by solid scientific evidence David Eddy professor of health policy and management at Duke University North Carolina told a conference in Manchester last week

This is partly because only 1 of the articles in medical journals are scientifically sound [2 3] and partly because many treatments have never been assessed at all If said Professor Eddy it is true as the total quality management gurus tell us that lsquoevery defect is a treasurersquo then we are sitting on King Solomons mineldquo

BMJ 1991 (Oct 5)303798ndash9

Editorials The scandal of poor medical research

bull We need less research better research and research done for the right reasons

bull What should we think about a doctor who uses the wrong treatment either willfully or through ignorance or who uses the right treatment wrongly (such as by giving the wrong dose of a drug) Most people would agree that such behavior was unprofessional arguably unethical and certainly unacceptable

bull What then should we think about researchers who use the wrong techniques (either willfully or in ignorance) use the right techniques wrongly misinterpret their results report their results selectively cite the literature selectively and draw unjustified conclusions We should be appalled Yet numerous studies of the medical literature in both general and specialist journals have shown that all of the above phenomena are common This is surely a scandal

bull BMJ 1994308283-284 (29 January)

CLOSING STATEMENTCALL TO ACTION

Max Planck QuoteldquoA scientific truth does not triumph by

convincing its opponents and making them see the light but rather because its opponents eventually die and a new

generation grows up that is familiar with itrdquo

  • BIBLICAL FOUNDATION THAT INSPIRED MY DOCTORAL THESIS Viscero-Spinal and Spino-Visceral Syndromes Palpatory and Radiological Findings and Spinal Manipulative Therapy Vertebra By Vertebra Nerve By Nerve Clinical Management Couresowork amp Patient Education Visual Software Design Dedicated to JULIANA FARIDI Who Died In My Lap as a result of an undetected uncorrected Atlanto-Axial Subluxation which caused Hangmanrsquos Fracture at the Atlas Axis Vertebra The devastating effects of an undetected uncorrected subluxation Is loss of human life ndash In this case the life of my daughter
  • Slide 2
  • Slide 3
  • Slide 4
  • OPENING STATEMENT
  • Purpose of Sharing this Information
  • Slide 7
  • Slide 8
  • Slide 9
  • The Edwin Smith Papyrus
  • Slide 11
  • Slide 12
  • Slide 13
  • Decades Of Scientific Validation Based on a Foundation of Two Millennia
  • Slide 15
  • Slide 16
  • Expand Font Size Of Text Below Split in 3 or more Slides
  • Slide 18
  • Slide 19
  • Slide 20
  • Expand Font Size Of Text Below Split
  • 1867 James Paget Cases that bonesetters cure BMJ JANUARY 5 1867
  • 1887-1896 James Mackenzie Some Points Bearing on the Association of Sensory Disorders and Visceral Disease
  • 1893 Henry Head
  • Text From Head Article
  • Slide 26
  • Expand Font Size Of Text Below Split text into 2 slides
  • Slide 28
  • 1907 Louisa Burns Viscero-Somatic and Somato Visceral Spinal Reflexes (Hypothesis - Case Study ndash Animal Study Human Study Consensus) ndash 1927 (17 years per Institute of Medicine)
  • Expand Font Size Of Text Below Split text into Several slides PLEASE RETYPE
  • Slide 31
  • Slide 32
  • Slide 33
  • 1935 Sherrington Noble Prizes in Physiology and Medicine
  • Slide 35
  • 1967 Chester Wilk AMA Found Guilty of Conspiracy and Fraud
  • Slide 37
  • John J Bonica
  • 1975 Elizabeth Lomax Comments On Her Findings Based on 250 Year Literature Review
  • 1976 Irvin M Korr
  • Slide 41
  • 1979 Irvin M Korr (Part 2)
  • Slide 43
  • 1979 Irvin M Korr (Part 3)
  • Slide 45
  • 1981 Irvin M Korr (Part 4)
  • Slide 47
  • 1983 Myron Beal Viscerosomtic Reflexes Review of the Literature tabulating 142 Studiesby Author and Vertebral Segment
  • 1983 Myron Beal Viscerosomtic Reflexes Review of the Literature tabulating 142 Studies by Author and Vertebral Segment
  • Slide 50
  • John McM Mennel MD
  • 1992 ndash 2002 Nikolai Bogduk
  • 2000 Burns Centenary Appreciation Findings Presented in 1899 confirmed April 2000 JAOA Vol100 No4 p259-264
  • 2004 Sherrington Centenary Appreciation Noble Prize winning Findings which were buried by the AMA Presented in 1904 confirmed
  • Slide 55
  • Slide 56
  • RICHARD SMITH Ed BMJ Where is the Wisdom The Poverty of Medical Evidence
  • Editorials The scandal of poor medical research
  • CLOSING STATEMENT CALL TO ACTION
Page 21: Tariq Faridi Palmer Palmer South January15

Text From Head Article

Text From Head Article

Expand Font SizeOf Text Below Splittext into 2 slides

1905 CS Sherrington ndash Integrative Action of the

Nervous System and 37 Papers ndash Nobel Prize

In the year 1883 a legacy of $80000 was left to the President and Fellows of Yale College in the city of New Haven to be held in trust as a gift for her children in memory of their beloved and honored mother Mrs Hepsa Ely Silliman

On this foundation Yale College was requested and directed to establish an annual course of lectures designed to illustrate the presence and providence the wisdom and goodness of God as manifested in the natural and moral world

1907 Louisa BurnsViscero-Somatic and Somato Visceral Spinal Reflexes

(Hypothesis - Case Study ndash Animal Study Human Study Consensus) ndash 1927

(17 years per Institute of Medicine)

Expand Font SizeOf Text Below Split

text into Several slides PLEASE RETYPE

Expand Font SizeOf Text Below Split

text into Several slides PLEASE RETYPE

1933 Neville T UssherSpinal curvatures -- visceral disturbances

in relation thereto

1935 Sherrington Noble Prizes in Physiology and Medicine

bull CONVERT SLIDE BELOW INTO THREE SLIDES ONE WITH JUDGE

bull SUSANbull GETZENDANNERbull LADY IN GLASSES

BELOW

1967 Chester Wilk

AMA Found Guilty of Conspiracy and Fraud The suit claimed that the defendants had participated for years in an illegal conspiracy to destroy chiropractic On August 24 1987 after endless wrangling in the courts

US District Court judge Susan Getzendanner ruled that the AMA and its officials were guilty as charged of attempting to eliminate the chiropractic profession

The AMA offered a patient care defense however data from Workmens Compensation Bureau studies served to validate chiropractic care Specifically studies comparing chiropractic

care to care by a medical physician were presented which showed that chiropractors were ldquotwice as effective as

medical physicians for comparable injuries in returning injured workers to work at every level of injury severityrdquoEvidence at the trial showed that the defendants took active steps often covert to undermine chiropractic educational

institutions conceal evidence of the usefulness of chiropractic care undercut insurance programs for patients of chiropractors subvert government inquiries into the efficacy of chiropractic engage in a massive disinformation campaign to

discredit and destabilize the chiropractic profession and engage in numerous other activities to maintain a medical

physician monopoly over health care in this country

Chester Wilk

Attorney G McAndrews

John J Bonica

Bonica JJ Autonomic Innervation of the Viscera in Relation to Nerve

Block Anesthesiology 29293-813 Jul-Aug 68

1975 Elizabeth Lomax Comments On Her Findings Based on 250 Year Literature

Review

Research Status of Spinal Manipulative Therapy in 1975 historian Elizabeth Lomax MD presented her findings to the US government stating that as a result of her two hundred and fifty year scrutiny of scientific literature the physician

could clinch the diagnosis by finding tenderness in the appropriate vertebra

She Studied Articles Published between 1725 and 1975 (referenced the works by Andre Nicholas to Osler Head

Sherrington and Pre Beal Authors

1976 Irvin M Korr (Part 1)

The Spinal Cord as the Organizer of Disease

Processes Some Preliminary

Perspectives

1979 Irvin M Korr (Part 2)

The Spinal Cord as the Organizer of Disease

Processes The Peripheral Autonomic

Nervous System

1979 Irvin M Korr (Part 3)

The Spinal Cord as the Organizer of Disease

Processes Hyperactivity of sympathetic innervation

as a common factor in disease

1981 Irvin M Korr (Part 4)

The Spinal Cord as the Organizer of Disease Processes Axonal

transport and neurotrophic function in relation to somatic dysfunction

1983 Myron Beal Viscerosomtic Reflexes Review of the Literature

tabulating 142 Studiesby Author and Vertebral Segment

1983 Myron Beal Viscerosomtic Reflexes Review of the Literature

tabulating 142 Studies by Author and Vertebral Segment

1983 Myron Beal Viscerosomtic Reflexes Review of the Literature

tabulating 142 Studies by Author and Vertebral Segment

John McM Mennel MD

bull In a paper Understanding Manipulative Medicine in General Practice published in JMPT in 1989 states Then suddenly we find ourselves in practice where 80 of our patients complain to us for some sort of musculo-skeletal pain 80 may sound high yet remember that visceral and systemic diseases very frequently manifest themselves initially as musculoskeletal painldquo

bull Again John McM Mennel concludes his article as follows Joint dysfunction is not only a diagnosis but an early sign of visceral and systemic diseases

1992 ndash 2002 Nikolai Bogdukbull Only Structures Innervated by c1-c3 are known to cause Migrainesbull Example of Headache Pills ndash Imitrex ndash Naproxen ndash 2

ldquoCervicogenic headache is pain perceived in the head but referred from a primary sourcen in the cervical spine The physiologic basis for this pain is convergence between trigeminal afferents and afferents from the upper three cervical spinal nerves The possible sources of cervicogenic headache lie in the structures innervated by the C1 to C3 spinal nerves and include the upper cervical synovial joints the upper cervical muscles the C2-3 disc the vertebral and internal carotid arteries and the dura mater of the upper spinal cord and posterior cranial fossa Experiments in normal volunteers have established that the cervical muscles and joints can be sources of headacherdquo

bull Bogduk Nikolai The anatomical basis for cervicogenic headache JMPT 1567-70 January 1992

bull Bogduk N Curr Pain Headache Rep Cervicogenic headache anatomic basis and pathophysiologic mechanisms 2001 Aug5(4)382-6

Abstract The neuroanatomical basis for cervicogenic headache is convergence in the trigeminocervical nucleus between nociceptive afferents from the field of the trigemenial nerve and the receptive fields of the first three cervical nerves Only structures innervated by C1-C3 have been shown to be capable of causing headache These are the muscles joints and ligaments of the upper three cervical segments but also include the dura mater of the spinal cord and posterior cranial fossa and the vertebral artery

2000 Burns Centenary Appreciation

Findings Presented in 1899 confirmed

April 2000 JAOA Vol100 No4 p259-264

2004 Sherrington Centenary Appreciation Noble Prize winning

Findings which were buried by the AMA Presented in 1904 confirmed

In 1906 Sir Charles Sherrington published The Integrative Action of the Nervous System which was a collection of ten lectures delivered two years before at Yale University in the United States In this monograph

Sherrington summarized two decades of painstaking experimental observations and his incisive interpretation of them It settled the then-

current debate between the lsquolsquoReticular Theoryrsquorsquo versus lsquolsquoNeuron Doctrinersquorsquo ideas about the fundamental nature of the nervous system in mammals in favor of the latter and it changed forever the way in which subsequent generations have viewed the organization of the central

nervous system Sherringtonrsquos magnum opus contains basic concepts and even terminology that are now second nature to every student of the subject This brief article reviews the historical context in which the book was written summarizes its content and considers its impact on

Neurology and Neuroscience

2004 Sherrington Centenary Appreciation Noble Prize winning

Findings which were buried by the AMA Presented in 1904 confirmed

lsquo he is the scientistrsquos philosopher because he had advanced natural knowledge himself by skilled observation and experiment by 50 yearsrsquo

unremitting work in the laboratory and because his own interpretation of his discoveries had given a new extension to the biologistrsquos outlook Physiologists will know this well enough To those who have had to struggle with the mass of detailed material about the brain and cord

Sherringtonrsquos Integrative Action of the Nervous System brings order out of chaos it is hard reading at first because every sentence is charged with meaning some of it direct enough but some reaching out to half formed pictures of wider landscape Though it was published in 1906 it

is still as refreshing as it was then It has needed no revision but Sherringtonrsquos experimental work went on at high pressure for another 30

years filling in the gaps and strengthening the framework rsquo

SPEND FOUR HOURS TRAINING CArsquoS

going over article summaries to build their confidence in

Chiropractic

RICHARD SMITH Ed BMJ

Where is the Wisdom The Poverty of Medical Evidence

Where is the wisdom we have lost in knowledge and where asked T S Eliot is the knowledge we have lost in information There are perhaps 30000 biomedical journals in the world and they have grown steadily by 7 a year since the seventeenth century [1 2] Yet only about 15 of medical interventions are supported by solid scientific evidence David Eddy professor of health policy and management at Duke University North Carolina told a conference in Manchester last week

This is partly because only 1 of the articles in medical journals are scientifically sound [2 3] and partly because many treatments have never been assessed at all If said Professor Eddy it is true as the total quality management gurus tell us that lsquoevery defect is a treasurersquo then we are sitting on King Solomons mineldquo

BMJ 1991 (Oct 5)303798ndash9

Editorials The scandal of poor medical research

bull We need less research better research and research done for the right reasons

bull What should we think about a doctor who uses the wrong treatment either willfully or through ignorance or who uses the right treatment wrongly (such as by giving the wrong dose of a drug) Most people would agree that such behavior was unprofessional arguably unethical and certainly unacceptable

bull What then should we think about researchers who use the wrong techniques (either willfully or in ignorance) use the right techniques wrongly misinterpret their results report their results selectively cite the literature selectively and draw unjustified conclusions We should be appalled Yet numerous studies of the medical literature in both general and specialist journals have shown that all of the above phenomena are common This is surely a scandal

bull BMJ 1994308283-284 (29 January)

CLOSING STATEMENTCALL TO ACTION

Max Planck QuoteldquoA scientific truth does not triumph by

convincing its opponents and making them see the light but rather because its opponents eventually die and a new

generation grows up that is familiar with itrdquo

  • BIBLICAL FOUNDATION THAT INSPIRED MY DOCTORAL THESIS Viscero-Spinal and Spino-Visceral Syndromes Palpatory and Radiological Findings and Spinal Manipulative Therapy Vertebra By Vertebra Nerve By Nerve Clinical Management Couresowork amp Patient Education Visual Software Design Dedicated to JULIANA FARIDI Who Died In My Lap as a result of an undetected uncorrected Atlanto-Axial Subluxation which caused Hangmanrsquos Fracture at the Atlas Axis Vertebra The devastating effects of an undetected uncorrected subluxation Is loss of human life ndash In this case the life of my daughter
  • Slide 2
  • Slide 3
  • Slide 4
  • OPENING STATEMENT
  • Purpose of Sharing this Information
  • Slide 7
  • Slide 8
  • Slide 9
  • The Edwin Smith Papyrus
  • Slide 11
  • Slide 12
  • Slide 13
  • Decades Of Scientific Validation Based on a Foundation of Two Millennia
  • Slide 15
  • Slide 16
  • Expand Font Size Of Text Below Split in 3 or more Slides
  • Slide 18
  • Slide 19
  • Slide 20
  • Expand Font Size Of Text Below Split
  • 1867 James Paget Cases that bonesetters cure BMJ JANUARY 5 1867
  • 1887-1896 James Mackenzie Some Points Bearing on the Association of Sensory Disorders and Visceral Disease
  • 1893 Henry Head
  • Text From Head Article
  • Slide 26
  • Expand Font Size Of Text Below Split text into 2 slides
  • Slide 28
  • 1907 Louisa Burns Viscero-Somatic and Somato Visceral Spinal Reflexes (Hypothesis - Case Study ndash Animal Study Human Study Consensus) ndash 1927 (17 years per Institute of Medicine)
  • Expand Font Size Of Text Below Split text into Several slides PLEASE RETYPE
  • Slide 31
  • Slide 32
  • Slide 33
  • 1935 Sherrington Noble Prizes in Physiology and Medicine
  • Slide 35
  • 1967 Chester Wilk AMA Found Guilty of Conspiracy and Fraud
  • Slide 37
  • John J Bonica
  • 1975 Elizabeth Lomax Comments On Her Findings Based on 250 Year Literature Review
  • 1976 Irvin M Korr
  • Slide 41
  • 1979 Irvin M Korr (Part 2)
  • Slide 43
  • 1979 Irvin M Korr (Part 3)
  • Slide 45
  • 1981 Irvin M Korr (Part 4)
  • Slide 47
  • 1983 Myron Beal Viscerosomtic Reflexes Review of the Literature tabulating 142 Studiesby Author and Vertebral Segment
  • 1983 Myron Beal Viscerosomtic Reflexes Review of the Literature tabulating 142 Studies by Author and Vertebral Segment
  • Slide 50
  • John McM Mennel MD
  • 1992 ndash 2002 Nikolai Bogduk
  • 2000 Burns Centenary Appreciation Findings Presented in 1899 confirmed April 2000 JAOA Vol100 No4 p259-264
  • 2004 Sherrington Centenary Appreciation Noble Prize winning Findings which were buried by the AMA Presented in 1904 confirmed
  • Slide 55
  • Slide 56
  • RICHARD SMITH Ed BMJ Where is the Wisdom The Poverty of Medical Evidence
  • Editorials The scandal of poor medical research
  • CLOSING STATEMENT CALL TO ACTION
Page 22: Tariq Faridi Palmer Palmer South January15

Text From Head Article

Expand Font SizeOf Text Below Splittext into 2 slides

1905 CS Sherrington ndash Integrative Action of the

Nervous System and 37 Papers ndash Nobel Prize

In the year 1883 a legacy of $80000 was left to the President and Fellows of Yale College in the city of New Haven to be held in trust as a gift for her children in memory of their beloved and honored mother Mrs Hepsa Ely Silliman

On this foundation Yale College was requested and directed to establish an annual course of lectures designed to illustrate the presence and providence the wisdom and goodness of God as manifested in the natural and moral world

1907 Louisa BurnsViscero-Somatic and Somato Visceral Spinal Reflexes

(Hypothesis - Case Study ndash Animal Study Human Study Consensus) ndash 1927

(17 years per Institute of Medicine)

Expand Font SizeOf Text Below Split

text into Several slides PLEASE RETYPE

Expand Font SizeOf Text Below Split

text into Several slides PLEASE RETYPE

1933 Neville T UssherSpinal curvatures -- visceral disturbances

in relation thereto

1935 Sherrington Noble Prizes in Physiology and Medicine

bull CONVERT SLIDE BELOW INTO THREE SLIDES ONE WITH JUDGE

bull SUSANbull GETZENDANNERbull LADY IN GLASSES

BELOW

1967 Chester Wilk

AMA Found Guilty of Conspiracy and Fraud The suit claimed that the defendants had participated for years in an illegal conspiracy to destroy chiropractic On August 24 1987 after endless wrangling in the courts

US District Court judge Susan Getzendanner ruled that the AMA and its officials were guilty as charged of attempting to eliminate the chiropractic profession

The AMA offered a patient care defense however data from Workmens Compensation Bureau studies served to validate chiropractic care Specifically studies comparing chiropractic

care to care by a medical physician were presented which showed that chiropractors were ldquotwice as effective as

medical physicians for comparable injuries in returning injured workers to work at every level of injury severityrdquoEvidence at the trial showed that the defendants took active steps often covert to undermine chiropractic educational

institutions conceal evidence of the usefulness of chiropractic care undercut insurance programs for patients of chiropractors subvert government inquiries into the efficacy of chiropractic engage in a massive disinformation campaign to

discredit and destabilize the chiropractic profession and engage in numerous other activities to maintain a medical

physician monopoly over health care in this country

Chester Wilk

Attorney G McAndrews

John J Bonica

Bonica JJ Autonomic Innervation of the Viscera in Relation to Nerve

Block Anesthesiology 29293-813 Jul-Aug 68

1975 Elizabeth Lomax Comments On Her Findings Based on 250 Year Literature

Review

Research Status of Spinal Manipulative Therapy in 1975 historian Elizabeth Lomax MD presented her findings to the US government stating that as a result of her two hundred and fifty year scrutiny of scientific literature the physician

could clinch the diagnosis by finding tenderness in the appropriate vertebra

She Studied Articles Published between 1725 and 1975 (referenced the works by Andre Nicholas to Osler Head

Sherrington and Pre Beal Authors

1976 Irvin M Korr (Part 1)

The Spinal Cord as the Organizer of Disease

Processes Some Preliminary

Perspectives

1979 Irvin M Korr (Part 2)

The Spinal Cord as the Organizer of Disease

Processes The Peripheral Autonomic

Nervous System

1979 Irvin M Korr (Part 3)

The Spinal Cord as the Organizer of Disease

Processes Hyperactivity of sympathetic innervation

as a common factor in disease

1981 Irvin M Korr (Part 4)

The Spinal Cord as the Organizer of Disease Processes Axonal

transport and neurotrophic function in relation to somatic dysfunction

1983 Myron Beal Viscerosomtic Reflexes Review of the Literature

tabulating 142 Studiesby Author and Vertebral Segment

1983 Myron Beal Viscerosomtic Reflexes Review of the Literature

tabulating 142 Studies by Author and Vertebral Segment

1983 Myron Beal Viscerosomtic Reflexes Review of the Literature

tabulating 142 Studies by Author and Vertebral Segment

John McM Mennel MD

bull In a paper Understanding Manipulative Medicine in General Practice published in JMPT in 1989 states Then suddenly we find ourselves in practice where 80 of our patients complain to us for some sort of musculo-skeletal pain 80 may sound high yet remember that visceral and systemic diseases very frequently manifest themselves initially as musculoskeletal painldquo

bull Again John McM Mennel concludes his article as follows Joint dysfunction is not only a diagnosis but an early sign of visceral and systemic diseases

1992 ndash 2002 Nikolai Bogdukbull Only Structures Innervated by c1-c3 are known to cause Migrainesbull Example of Headache Pills ndash Imitrex ndash Naproxen ndash 2

ldquoCervicogenic headache is pain perceived in the head but referred from a primary sourcen in the cervical spine The physiologic basis for this pain is convergence between trigeminal afferents and afferents from the upper three cervical spinal nerves The possible sources of cervicogenic headache lie in the structures innervated by the C1 to C3 spinal nerves and include the upper cervical synovial joints the upper cervical muscles the C2-3 disc the vertebral and internal carotid arteries and the dura mater of the upper spinal cord and posterior cranial fossa Experiments in normal volunteers have established that the cervical muscles and joints can be sources of headacherdquo

bull Bogduk Nikolai The anatomical basis for cervicogenic headache JMPT 1567-70 January 1992

bull Bogduk N Curr Pain Headache Rep Cervicogenic headache anatomic basis and pathophysiologic mechanisms 2001 Aug5(4)382-6

Abstract The neuroanatomical basis for cervicogenic headache is convergence in the trigeminocervical nucleus between nociceptive afferents from the field of the trigemenial nerve and the receptive fields of the first three cervical nerves Only structures innervated by C1-C3 have been shown to be capable of causing headache These are the muscles joints and ligaments of the upper three cervical segments but also include the dura mater of the spinal cord and posterior cranial fossa and the vertebral artery

2000 Burns Centenary Appreciation

Findings Presented in 1899 confirmed

April 2000 JAOA Vol100 No4 p259-264

2004 Sherrington Centenary Appreciation Noble Prize winning

Findings which were buried by the AMA Presented in 1904 confirmed

In 1906 Sir Charles Sherrington published The Integrative Action of the Nervous System which was a collection of ten lectures delivered two years before at Yale University in the United States In this monograph

Sherrington summarized two decades of painstaking experimental observations and his incisive interpretation of them It settled the then-

current debate between the lsquolsquoReticular Theoryrsquorsquo versus lsquolsquoNeuron Doctrinersquorsquo ideas about the fundamental nature of the nervous system in mammals in favor of the latter and it changed forever the way in which subsequent generations have viewed the organization of the central

nervous system Sherringtonrsquos magnum opus contains basic concepts and even terminology that are now second nature to every student of the subject This brief article reviews the historical context in which the book was written summarizes its content and considers its impact on

Neurology and Neuroscience

2004 Sherrington Centenary Appreciation Noble Prize winning

Findings which were buried by the AMA Presented in 1904 confirmed

lsquo he is the scientistrsquos philosopher because he had advanced natural knowledge himself by skilled observation and experiment by 50 yearsrsquo

unremitting work in the laboratory and because his own interpretation of his discoveries had given a new extension to the biologistrsquos outlook Physiologists will know this well enough To those who have had to struggle with the mass of detailed material about the brain and cord

Sherringtonrsquos Integrative Action of the Nervous System brings order out of chaos it is hard reading at first because every sentence is charged with meaning some of it direct enough but some reaching out to half formed pictures of wider landscape Though it was published in 1906 it

is still as refreshing as it was then It has needed no revision but Sherringtonrsquos experimental work went on at high pressure for another 30

years filling in the gaps and strengthening the framework rsquo

SPEND FOUR HOURS TRAINING CArsquoS

going over article summaries to build their confidence in

Chiropractic

RICHARD SMITH Ed BMJ

Where is the Wisdom The Poverty of Medical Evidence

Where is the wisdom we have lost in knowledge and where asked T S Eliot is the knowledge we have lost in information There are perhaps 30000 biomedical journals in the world and they have grown steadily by 7 a year since the seventeenth century [1 2] Yet only about 15 of medical interventions are supported by solid scientific evidence David Eddy professor of health policy and management at Duke University North Carolina told a conference in Manchester last week

This is partly because only 1 of the articles in medical journals are scientifically sound [2 3] and partly because many treatments have never been assessed at all If said Professor Eddy it is true as the total quality management gurus tell us that lsquoevery defect is a treasurersquo then we are sitting on King Solomons mineldquo

BMJ 1991 (Oct 5)303798ndash9

Editorials The scandal of poor medical research

bull We need less research better research and research done for the right reasons

bull What should we think about a doctor who uses the wrong treatment either willfully or through ignorance or who uses the right treatment wrongly (such as by giving the wrong dose of a drug) Most people would agree that such behavior was unprofessional arguably unethical and certainly unacceptable

bull What then should we think about researchers who use the wrong techniques (either willfully or in ignorance) use the right techniques wrongly misinterpret their results report their results selectively cite the literature selectively and draw unjustified conclusions We should be appalled Yet numerous studies of the medical literature in both general and specialist journals have shown that all of the above phenomena are common This is surely a scandal

bull BMJ 1994308283-284 (29 January)

CLOSING STATEMENTCALL TO ACTION

Max Planck QuoteldquoA scientific truth does not triumph by

convincing its opponents and making them see the light but rather because its opponents eventually die and a new

generation grows up that is familiar with itrdquo

  • BIBLICAL FOUNDATION THAT INSPIRED MY DOCTORAL THESIS Viscero-Spinal and Spino-Visceral Syndromes Palpatory and Radiological Findings and Spinal Manipulative Therapy Vertebra By Vertebra Nerve By Nerve Clinical Management Couresowork amp Patient Education Visual Software Design Dedicated to JULIANA FARIDI Who Died In My Lap as a result of an undetected uncorrected Atlanto-Axial Subluxation which caused Hangmanrsquos Fracture at the Atlas Axis Vertebra The devastating effects of an undetected uncorrected subluxation Is loss of human life ndash In this case the life of my daughter
  • Slide 2
  • Slide 3
  • Slide 4
  • OPENING STATEMENT
  • Purpose of Sharing this Information
  • Slide 7
  • Slide 8
  • Slide 9
  • The Edwin Smith Papyrus
  • Slide 11
  • Slide 12
  • Slide 13
  • Decades Of Scientific Validation Based on a Foundation of Two Millennia
  • Slide 15
  • Slide 16
  • Expand Font Size Of Text Below Split in 3 or more Slides
  • Slide 18
  • Slide 19
  • Slide 20
  • Expand Font Size Of Text Below Split
  • 1867 James Paget Cases that bonesetters cure BMJ JANUARY 5 1867
  • 1887-1896 James Mackenzie Some Points Bearing on the Association of Sensory Disorders and Visceral Disease
  • 1893 Henry Head
  • Text From Head Article
  • Slide 26
  • Expand Font Size Of Text Below Split text into 2 slides
  • Slide 28
  • 1907 Louisa Burns Viscero-Somatic and Somato Visceral Spinal Reflexes (Hypothesis - Case Study ndash Animal Study Human Study Consensus) ndash 1927 (17 years per Institute of Medicine)
  • Expand Font Size Of Text Below Split text into Several slides PLEASE RETYPE
  • Slide 31
  • Slide 32
  • Slide 33
  • 1935 Sherrington Noble Prizes in Physiology and Medicine
  • Slide 35
  • 1967 Chester Wilk AMA Found Guilty of Conspiracy and Fraud
  • Slide 37
  • John J Bonica
  • 1975 Elizabeth Lomax Comments On Her Findings Based on 250 Year Literature Review
  • 1976 Irvin M Korr
  • Slide 41
  • 1979 Irvin M Korr (Part 2)
  • Slide 43
  • 1979 Irvin M Korr (Part 3)
  • Slide 45
  • 1981 Irvin M Korr (Part 4)
  • Slide 47
  • 1983 Myron Beal Viscerosomtic Reflexes Review of the Literature tabulating 142 Studiesby Author and Vertebral Segment
  • 1983 Myron Beal Viscerosomtic Reflexes Review of the Literature tabulating 142 Studies by Author and Vertebral Segment
  • Slide 50
  • John McM Mennel MD
  • 1992 ndash 2002 Nikolai Bogduk
  • 2000 Burns Centenary Appreciation Findings Presented in 1899 confirmed April 2000 JAOA Vol100 No4 p259-264
  • 2004 Sherrington Centenary Appreciation Noble Prize winning Findings which were buried by the AMA Presented in 1904 confirmed
  • Slide 55
  • Slide 56
  • RICHARD SMITH Ed BMJ Where is the Wisdom The Poverty of Medical Evidence
  • Editorials The scandal of poor medical research
  • CLOSING STATEMENT CALL TO ACTION
Page 23: Tariq Faridi Palmer Palmer South January15

Expand Font SizeOf Text Below Splittext into 2 slides

1905 CS Sherrington ndash Integrative Action of the

Nervous System and 37 Papers ndash Nobel Prize

In the year 1883 a legacy of $80000 was left to the President and Fellows of Yale College in the city of New Haven to be held in trust as a gift for her children in memory of their beloved and honored mother Mrs Hepsa Ely Silliman

On this foundation Yale College was requested and directed to establish an annual course of lectures designed to illustrate the presence and providence the wisdom and goodness of God as manifested in the natural and moral world

1907 Louisa BurnsViscero-Somatic and Somato Visceral Spinal Reflexes

(Hypothesis - Case Study ndash Animal Study Human Study Consensus) ndash 1927

(17 years per Institute of Medicine)

Expand Font SizeOf Text Below Split

text into Several slides PLEASE RETYPE

Expand Font SizeOf Text Below Split

text into Several slides PLEASE RETYPE

1933 Neville T UssherSpinal curvatures -- visceral disturbances

in relation thereto

1935 Sherrington Noble Prizes in Physiology and Medicine

bull CONVERT SLIDE BELOW INTO THREE SLIDES ONE WITH JUDGE

bull SUSANbull GETZENDANNERbull LADY IN GLASSES

BELOW

1967 Chester Wilk

AMA Found Guilty of Conspiracy and Fraud The suit claimed that the defendants had participated for years in an illegal conspiracy to destroy chiropractic On August 24 1987 after endless wrangling in the courts

US District Court judge Susan Getzendanner ruled that the AMA and its officials were guilty as charged of attempting to eliminate the chiropractic profession

The AMA offered a patient care defense however data from Workmens Compensation Bureau studies served to validate chiropractic care Specifically studies comparing chiropractic

care to care by a medical physician were presented which showed that chiropractors were ldquotwice as effective as

medical physicians for comparable injuries in returning injured workers to work at every level of injury severityrdquoEvidence at the trial showed that the defendants took active steps often covert to undermine chiropractic educational

institutions conceal evidence of the usefulness of chiropractic care undercut insurance programs for patients of chiropractors subvert government inquiries into the efficacy of chiropractic engage in a massive disinformation campaign to

discredit and destabilize the chiropractic profession and engage in numerous other activities to maintain a medical

physician monopoly over health care in this country

Chester Wilk

Attorney G McAndrews

John J Bonica

Bonica JJ Autonomic Innervation of the Viscera in Relation to Nerve

Block Anesthesiology 29293-813 Jul-Aug 68

1975 Elizabeth Lomax Comments On Her Findings Based on 250 Year Literature

Review

Research Status of Spinal Manipulative Therapy in 1975 historian Elizabeth Lomax MD presented her findings to the US government stating that as a result of her two hundred and fifty year scrutiny of scientific literature the physician

could clinch the diagnosis by finding tenderness in the appropriate vertebra

She Studied Articles Published between 1725 and 1975 (referenced the works by Andre Nicholas to Osler Head

Sherrington and Pre Beal Authors

1976 Irvin M Korr (Part 1)

The Spinal Cord as the Organizer of Disease

Processes Some Preliminary

Perspectives

1979 Irvin M Korr (Part 2)

The Spinal Cord as the Organizer of Disease

Processes The Peripheral Autonomic

Nervous System

1979 Irvin M Korr (Part 3)

The Spinal Cord as the Organizer of Disease

Processes Hyperactivity of sympathetic innervation

as a common factor in disease

1981 Irvin M Korr (Part 4)

The Spinal Cord as the Organizer of Disease Processes Axonal

transport and neurotrophic function in relation to somatic dysfunction

1983 Myron Beal Viscerosomtic Reflexes Review of the Literature

tabulating 142 Studiesby Author and Vertebral Segment

1983 Myron Beal Viscerosomtic Reflexes Review of the Literature

tabulating 142 Studies by Author and Vertebral Segment

1983 Myron Beal Viscerosomtic Reflexes Review of the Literature

tabulating 142 Studies by Author and Vertebral Segment

John McM Mennel MD

bull In a paper Understanding Manipulative Medicine in General Practice published in JMPT in 1989 states Then suddenly we find ourselves in practice where 80 of our patients complain to us for some sort of musculo-skeletal pain 80 may sound high yet remember that visceral and systemic diseases very frequently manifest themselves initially as musculoskeletal painldquo

bull Again John McM Mennel concludes his article as follows Joint dysfunction is not only a diagnosis but an early sign of visceral and systemic diseases

1992 ndash 2002 Nikolai Bogdukbull Only Structures Innervated by c1-c3 are known to cause Migrainesbull Example of Headache Pills ndash Imitrex ndash Naproxen ndash 2

ldquoCervicogenic headache is pain perceived in the head but referred from a primary sourcen in the cervical spine The physiologic basis for this pain is convergence between trigeminal afferents and afferents from the upper three cervical spinal nerves The possible sources of cervicogenic headache lie in the structures innervated by the C1 to C3 spinal nerves and include the upper cervical synovial joints the upper cervical muscles the C2-3 disc the vertebral and internal carotid arteries and the dura mater of the upper spinal cord and posterior cranial fossa Experiments in normal volunteers have established that the cervical muscles and joints can be sources of headacherdquo

bull Bogduk Nikolai The anatomical basis for cervicogenic headache JMPT 1567-70 January 1992

bull Bogduk N Curr Pain Headache Rep Cervicogenic headache anatomic basis and pathophysiologic mechanisms 2001 Aug5(4)382-6

Abstract The neuroanatomical basis for cervicogenic headache is convergence in the trigeminocervical nucleus between nociceptive afferents from the field of the trigemenial nerve and the receptive fields of the first three cervical nerves Only structures innervated by C1-C3 have been shown to be capable of causing headache These are the muscles joints and ligaments of the upper three cervical segments but also include the dura mater of the spinal cord and posterior cranial fossa and the vertebral artery

2000 Burns Centenary Appreciation

Findings Presented in 1899 confirmed

April 2000 JAOA Vol100 No4 p259-264

2004 Sherrington Centenary Appreciation Noble Prize winning

Findings which were buried by the AMA Presented in 1904 confirmed

In 1906 Sir Charles Sherrington published The Integrative Action of the Nervous System which was a collection of ten lectures delivered two years before at Yale University in the United States In this monograph

Sherrington summarized two decades of painstaking experimental observations and his incisive interpretation of them It settled the then-

current debate between the lsquolsquoReticular Theoryrsquorsquo versus lsquolsquoNeuron Doctrinersquorsquo ideas about the fundamental nature of the nervous system in mammals in favor of the latter and it changed forever the way in which subsequent generations have viewed the organization of the central

nervous system Sherringtonrsquos magnum opus contains basic concepts and even terminology that are now second nature to every student of the subject This brief article reviews the historical context in which the book was written summarizes its content and considers its impact on

Neurology and Neuroscience

2004 Sherrington Centenary Appreciation Noble Prize winning

Findings which were buried by the AMA Presented in 1904 confirmed

lsquo he is the scientistrsquos philosopher because he had advanced natural knowledge himself by skilled observation and experiment by 50 yearsrsquo

unremitting work in the laboratory and because his own interpretation of his discoveries had given a new extension to the biologistrsquos outlook Physiologists will know this well enough To those who have had to struggle with the mass of detailed material about the brain and cord

Sherringtonrsquos Integrative Action of the Nervous System brings order out of chaos it is hard reading at first because every sentence is charged with meaning some of it direct enough but some reaching out to half formed pictures of wider landscape Though it was published in 1906 it

is still as refreshing as it was then It has needed no revision but Sherringtonrsquos experimental work went on at high pressure for another 30

years filling in the gaps and strengthening the framework rsquo

SPEND FOUR HOURS TRAINING CArsquoS

going over article summaries to build their confidence in

Chiropractic

RICHARD SMITH Ed BMJ

Where is the Wisdom The Poverty of Medical Evidence

Where is the wisdom we have lost in knowledge and where asked T S Eliot is the knowledge we have lost in information There are perhaps 30000 biomedical journals in the world and they have grown steadily by 7 a year since the seventeenth century [1 2] Yet only about 15 of medical interventions are supported by solid scientific evidence David Eddy professor of health policy and management at Duke University North Carolina told a conference in Manchester last week

This is partly because only 1 of the articles in medical journals are scientifically sound [2 3] and partly because many treatments have never been assessed at all If said Professor Eddy it is true as the total quality management gurus tell us that lsquoevery defect is a treasurersquo then we are sitting on King Solomons mineldquo

BMJ 1991 (Oct 5)303798ndash9

Editorials The scandal of poor medical research

bull We need less research better research and research done for the right reasons

bull What should we think about a doctor who uses the wrong treatment either willfully or through ignorance or who uses the right treatment wrongly (such as by giving the wrong dose of a drug) Most people would agree that such behavior was unprofessional arguably unethical and certainly unacceptable

bull What then should we think about researchers who use the wrong techniques (either willfully or in ignorance) use the right techniques wrongly misinterpret their results report their results selectively cite the literature selectively and draw unjustified conclusions We should be appalled Yet numerous studies of the medical literature in both general and specialist journals have shown that all of the above phenomena are common This is surely a scandal

bull BMJ 1994308283-284 (29 January)

CLOSING STATEMENTCALL TO ACTION

Max Planck QuoteldquoA scientific truth does not triumph by

convincing its opponents and making them see the light but rather because its opponents eventually die and a new

generation grows up that is familiar with itrdquo

  • BIBLICAL FOUNDATION THAT INSPIRED MY DOCTORAL THESIS Viscero-Spinal and Spino-Visceral Syndromes Palpatory and Radiological Findings and Spinal Manipulative Therapy Vertebra By Vertebra Nerve By Nerve Clinical Management Couresowork amp Patient Education Visual Software Design Dedicated to JULIANA FARIDI Who Died In My Lap as a result of an undetected uncorrected Atlanto-Axial Subluxation which caused Hangmanrsquos Fracture at the Atlas Axis Vertebra The devastating effects of an undetected uncorrected subluxation Is loss of human life ndash In this case the life of my daughter
  • Slide 2
  • Slide 3
  • Slide 4
  • OPENING STATEMENT
  • Purpose of Sharing this Information
  • Slide 7
  • Slide 8
  • Slide 9
  • The Edwin Smith Papyrus
  • Slide 11
  • Slide 12
  • Slide 13
  • Decades Of Scientific Validation Based on a Foundation of Two Millennia
  • Slide 15
  • Slide 16
  • Expand Font Size Of Text Below Split in 3 or more Slides
  • Slide 18
  • Slide 19
  • Slide 20
  • Expand Font Size Of Text Below Split
  • 1867 James Paget Cases that bonesetters cure BMJ JANUARY 5 1867
  • 1887-1896 James Mackenzie Some Points Bearing on the Association of Sensory Disorders and Visceral Disease
  • 1893 Henry Head
  • Text From Head Article
  • Slide 26
  • Expand Font Size Of Text Below Split text into 2 slides
  • Slide 28
  • 1907 Louisa Burns Viscero-Somatic and Somato Visceral Spinal Reflexes (Hypothesis - Case Study ndash Animal Study Human Study Consensus) ndash 1927 (17 years per Institute of Medicine)
  • Expand Font Size Of Text Below Split text into Several slides PLEASE RETYPE
  • Slide 31
  • Slide 32
  • Slide 33
  • 1935 Sherrington Noble Prizes in Physiology and Medicine
  • Slide 35
  • 1967 Chester Wilk AMA Found Guilty of Conspiracy and Fraud
  • Slide 37
  • John J Bonica
  • 1975 Elizabeth Lomax Comments On Her Findings Based on 250 Year Literature Review
  • 1976 Irvin M Korr
  • Slide 41
  • 1979 Irvin M Korr (Part 2)
  • Slide 43
  • 1979 Irvin M Korr (Part 3)
  • Slide 45
  • 1981 Irvin M Korr (Part 4)
  • Slide 47
  • 1983 Myron Beal Viscerosomtic Reflexes Review of the Literature tabulating 142 Studiesby Author and Vertebral Segment
  • 1983 Myron Beal Viscerosomtic Reflexes Review of the Literature tabulating 142 Studies by Author and Vertebral Segment
  • Slide 50
  • John McM Mennel MD
  • 1992 ndash 2002 Nikolai Bogduk
  • 2000 Burns Centenary Appreciation Findings Presented in 1899 confirmed April 2000 JAOA Vol100 No4 p259-264
  • 2004 Sherrington Centenary Appreciation Noble Prize winning Findings which were buried by the AMA Presented in 1904 confirmed
  • Slide 55
  • Slide 56
  • RICHARD SMITH Ed BMJ Where is the Wisdom The Poverty of Medical Evidence
  • Editorials The scandal of poor medical research
  • CLOSING STATEMENT CALL TO ACTION
Page 24: Tariq Faridi Palmer Palmer South January15

1905 CS Sherrington ndash Integrative Action of the

Nervous System and 37 Papers ndash Nobel Prize

In the year 1883 a legacy of $80000 was left to the President and Fellows of Yale College in the city of New Haven to be held in trust as a gift for her children in memory of their beloved and honored mother Mrs Hepsa Ely Silliman

On this foundation Yale College was requested and directed to establish an annual course of lectures designed to illustrate the presence and providence the wisdom and goodness of God as manifested in the natural and moral world

1907 Louisa BurnsViscero-Somatic and Somato Visceral Spinal Reflexes

(Hypothesis - Case Study ndash Animal Study Human Study Consensus) ndash 1927

(17 years per Institute of Medicine)

Expand Font SizeOf Text Below Split

text into Several slides PLEASE RETYPE

Expand Font SizeOf Text Below Split

text into Several slides PLEASE RETYPE

1933 Neville T UssherSpinal curvatures -- visceral disturbances

in relation thereto

1935 Sherrington Noble Prizes in Physiology and Medicine

bull CONVERT SLIDE BELOW INTO THREE SLIDES ONE WITH JUDGE

bull SUSANbull GETZENDANNERbull LADY IN GLASSES

BELOW

1967 Chester Wilk

AMA Found Guilty of Conspiracy and Fraud The suit claimed that the defendants had participated for years in an illegal conspiracy to destroy chiropractic On August 24 1987 after endless wrangling in the courts

US District Court judge Susan Getzendanner ruled that the AMA and its officials were guilty as charged of attempting to eliminate the chiropractic profession

The AMA offered a patient care defense however data from Workmens Compensation Bureau studies served to validate chiropractic care Specifically studies comparing chiropractic

care to care by a medical physician were presented which showed that chiropractors were ldquotwice as effective as

medical physicians for comparable injuries in returning injured workers to work at every level of injury severityrdquoEvidence at the trial showed that the defendants took active steps often covert to undermine chiropractic educational

institutions conceal evidence of the usefulness of chiropractic care undercut insurance programs for patients of chiropractors subvert government inquiries into the efficacy of chiropractic engage in a massive disinformation campaign to

discredit and destabilize the chiropractic profession and engage in numerous other activities to maintain a medical

physician monopoly over health care in this country

Chester Wilk

Attorney G McAndrews

John J Bonica

Bonica JJ Autonomic Innervation of the Viscera in Relation to Nerve

Block Anesthesiology 29293-813 Jul-Aug 68

1975 Elizabeth Lomax Comments On Her Findings Based on 250 Year Literature

Review

Research Status of Spinal Manipulative Therapy in 1975 historian Elizabeth Lomax MD presented her findings to the US government stating that as a result of her two hundred and fifty year scrutiny of scientific literature the physician

could clinch the diagnosis by finding tenderness in the appropriate vertebra

She Studied Articles Published between 1725 and 1975 (referenced the works by Andre Nicholas to Osler Head

Sherrington and Pre Beal Authors

1976 Irvin M Korr (Part 1)

The Spinal Cord as the Organizer of Disease

Processes Some Preliminary

Perspectives

1979 Irvin M Korr (Part 2)

The Spinal Cord as the Organizer of Disease

Processes The Peripheral Autonomic

Nervous System

1979 Irvin M Korr (Part 3)

The Spinal Cord as the Organizer of Disease

Processes Hyperactivity of sympathetic innervation

as a common factor in disease

1981 Irvin M Korr (Part 4)

The Spinal Cord as the Organizer of Disease Processes Axonal

transport and neurotrophic function in relation to somatic dysfunction

1983 Myron Beal Viscerosomtic Reflexes Review of the Literature

tabulating 142 Studiesby Author and Vertebral Segment

1983 Myron Beal Viscerosomtic Reflexes Review of the Literature

tabulating 142 Studies by Author and Vertebral Segment

1983 Myron Beal Viscerosomtic Reflexes Review of the Literature

tabulating 142 Studies by Author and Vertebral Segment

John McM Mennel MD

bull In a paper Understanding Manipulative Medicine in General Practice published in JMPT in 1989 states Then suddenly we find ourselves in practice where 80 of our patients complain to us for some sort of musculo-skeletal pain 80 may sound high yet remember that visceral and systemic diseases very frequently manifest themselves initially as musculoskeletal painldquo

bull Again John McM Mennel concludes his article as follows Joint dysfunction is not only a diagnosis but an early sign of visceral and systemic diseases

1992 ndash 2002 Nikolai Bogdukbull Only Structures Innervated by c1-c3 are known to cause Migrainesbull Example of Headache Pills ndash Imitrex ndash Naproxen ndash 2

ldquoCervicogenic headache is pain perceived in the head but referred from a primary sourcen in the cervical spine The physiologic basis for this pain is convergence between trigeminal afferents and afferents from the upper three cervical spinal nerves The possible sources of cervicogenic headache lie in the structures innervated by the C1 to C3 spinal nerves and include the upper cervical synovial joints the upper cervical muscles the C2-3 disc the vertebral and internal carotid arteries and the dura mater of the upper spinal cord and posterior cranial fossa Experiments in normal volunteers have established that the cervical muscles and joints can be sources of headacherdquo

bull Bogduk Nikolai The anatomical basis for cervicogenic headache JMPT 1567-70 January 1992

bull Bogduk N Curr Pain Headache Rep Cervicogenic headache anatomic basis and pathophysiologic mechanisms 2001 Aug5(4)382-6

Abstract The neuroanatomical basis for cervicogenic headache is convergence in the trigeminocervical nucleus between nociceptive afferents from the field of the trigemenial nerve and the receptive fields of the first three cervical nerves Only structures innervated by C1-C3 have been shown to be capable of causing headache These are the muscles joints and ligaments of the upper three cervical segments but also include the dura mater of the spinal cord and posterior cranial fossa and the vertebral artery

2000 Burns Centenary Appreciation

Findings Presented in 1899 confirmed

April 2000 JAOA Vol100 No4 p259-264

2004 Sherrington Centenary Appreciation Noble Prize winning

Findings which were buried by the AMA Presented in 1904 confirmed

In 1906 Sir Charles Sherrington published The Integrative Action of the Nervous System which was a collection of ten lectures delivered two years before at Yale University in the United States In this monograph

Sherrington summarized two decades of painstaking experimental observations and his incisive interpretation of them It settled the then-

current debate between the lsquolsquoReticular Theoryrsquorsquo versus lsquolsquoNeuron Doctrinersquorsquo ideas about the fundamental nature of the nervous system in mammals in favor of the latter and it changed forever the way in which subsequent generations have viewed the organization of the central

nervous system Sherringtonrsquos magnum opus contains basic concepts and even terminology that are now second nature to every student of the subject This brief article reviews the historical context in which the book was written summarizes its content and considers its impact on

Neurology and Neuroscience

2004 Sherrington Centenary Appreciation Noble Prize winning

Findings which were buried by the AMA Presented in 1904 confirmed

lsquo he is the scientistrsquos philosopher because he had advanced natural knowledge himself by skilled observation and experiment by 50 yearsrsquo

unremitting work in the laboratory and because his own interpretation of his discoveries had given a new extension to the biologistrsquos outlook Physiologists will know this well enough To those who have had to struggle with the mass of detailed material about the brain and cord

Sherringtonrsquos Integrative Action of the Nervous System brings order out of chaos it is hard reading at first because every sentence is charged with meaning some of it direct enough but some reaching out to half formed pictures of wider landscape Though it was published in 1906 it

is still as refreshing as it was then It has needed no revision but Sherringtonrsquos experimental work went on at high pressure for another 30

years filling in the gaps and strengthening the framework rsquo

SPEND FOUR HOURS TRAINING CArsquoS

going over article summaries to build their confidence in

Chiropractic

RICHARD SMITH Ed BMJ

Where is the Wisdom The Poverty of Medical Evidence

Where is the wisdom we have lost in knowledge and where asked T S Eliot is the knowledge we have lost in information There are perhaps 30000 biomedical journals in the world and they have grown steadily by 7 a year since the seventeenth century [1 2] Yet only about 15 of medical interventions are supported by solid scientific evidence David Eddy professor of health policy and management at Duke University North Carolina told a conference in Manchester last week

This is partly because only 1 of the articles in medical journals are scientifically sound [2 3] and partly because many treatments have never been assessed at all If said Professor Eddy it is true as the total quality management gurus tell us that lsquoevery defect is a treasurersquo then we are sitting on King Solomons mineldquo

BMJ 1991 (Oct 5)303798ndash9

Editorials The scandal of poor medical research

bull We need less research better research and research done for the right reasons

bull What should we think about a doctor who uses the wrong treatment either willfully or through ignorance or who uses the right treatment wrongly (such as by giving the wrong dose of a drug) Most people would agree that such behavior was unprofessional arguably unethical and certainly unacceptable

bull What then should we think about researchers who use the wrong techniques (either willfully or in ignorance) use the right techniques wrongly misinterpret their results report their results selectively cite the literature selectively and draw unjustified conclusions We should be appalled Yet numerous studies of the medical literature in both general and specialist journals have shown that all of the above phenomena are common This is surely a scandal

bull BMJ 1994308283-284 (29 January)

CLOSING STATEMENTCALL TO ACTION

Max Planck QuoteldquoA scientific truth does not triumph by

convincing its opponents and making them see the light but rather because its opponents eventually die and a new

generation grows up that is familiar with itrdquo

  • BIBLICAL FOUNDATION THAT INSPIRED MY DOCTORAL THESIS Viscero-Spinal and Spino-Visceral Syndromes Palpatory and Radiological Findings and Spinal Manipulative Therapy Vertebra By Vertebra Nerve By Nerve Clinical Management Couresowork amp Patient Education Visual Software Design Dedicated to JULIANA FARIDI Who Died In My Lap as a result of an undetected uncorrected Atlanto-Axial Subluxation which caused Hangmanrsquos Fracture at the Atlas Axis Vertebra The devastating effects of an undetected uncorrected subluxation Is loss of human life ndash In this case the life of my daughter
  • Slide 2
  • Slide 3
  • Slide 4
  • OPENING STATEMENT
  • Purpose of Sharing this Information
  • Slide 7
  • Slide 8
  • Slide 9
  • The Edwin Smith Papyrus
  • Slide 11
  • Slide 12
  • Slide 13
  • Decades Of Scientific Validation Based on a Foundation of Two Millennia
  • Slide 15
  • Slide 16
  • Expand Font Size Of Text Below Split in 3 or more Slides
  • Slide 18
  • Slide 19
  • Slide 20
  • Expand Font Size Of Text Below Split
  • 1867 James Paget Cases that bonesetters cure BMJ JANUARY 5 1867
  • 1887-1896 James Mackenzie Some Points Bearing on the Association of Sensory Disorders and Visceral Disease
  • 1893 Henry Head
  • Text From Head Article
  • Slide 26
  • Expand Font Size Of Text Below Split text into 2 slides
  • Slide 28
  • 1907 Louisa Burns Viscero-Somatic and Somato Visceral Spinal Reflexes (Hypothesis - Case Study ndash Animal Study Human Study Consensus) ndash 1927 (17 years per Institute of Medicine)
  • Expand Font Size Of Text Below Split text into Several slides PLEASE RETYPE
  • Slide 31
  • Slide 32
  • Slide 33
  • 1935 Sherrington Noble Prizes in Physiology and Medicine
  • Slide 35
  • 1967 Chester Wilk AMA Found Guilty of Conspiracy and Fraud
  • Slide 37
  • John J Bonica
  • 1975 Elizabeth Lomax Comments On Her Findings Based on 250 Year Literature Review
  • 1976 Irvin M Korr
  • Slide 41
  • 1979 Irvin M Korr (Part 2)
  • Slide 43
  • 1979 Irvin M Korr (Part 3)
  • Slide 45
  • 1981 Irvin M Korr (Part 4)
  • Slide 47
  • 1983 Myron Beal Viscerosomtic Reflexes Review of the Literature tabulating 142 Studiesby Author and Vertebral Segment
  • 1983 Myron Beal Viscerosomtic Reflexes Review of the Literature tabulating 142 Studies by Author and Vertebral Segment
  • Slide 50
  • John McM Mennel MD
  • 1992 ndash 2002 Nikolai Bogduk
  • 2000 Burns Centenary Appreciation Findings Presented in 1899 confirmed April 2000 JAOA Vol100 No4 p259-264
  • 2004 Sherrington Centenary Appreciation Noble Prize winning Findings which were buried by the AMA Presented in 1904 confirmed
  • Slide 55
  • Slide 56
  • RICHARD SMITH Ed BMJ Where is the Wisdom The Poverty of Medical Evidence
  • Editorials The scandal of poor medical research
  • CLOSING STATEMENT CALL TO ACTION
Page 25: Tariq Faridi Palmer Palmer South January15

1907 Louisa BurnsViscero-Somatic and Somato Visceral Spinal Reflexes

(Hypothesis - Case Study ndash Animal Study Human Study Consensus) ndash 1927

(17 years per Institute of Medicine)

Expand Font SizeOf Text Below Split

text into Several slides PLEASE RETYPE

Expand Font SizeOf Text Below Split

text into Several slides PLEASE RETYPE

1933 Neville T UssherSpinal curvatures -- visceral disturbances

in relation thereto

1935 Sherrington Noble Prizes in Physiology and Medicine

bull CONVERT SLIDE BELOW INTO THREE SLIDES ONE WITH JUDGE

bull SUSANbull GETZENDANNERbull LADY IN GLASSES

BELOW

1967 Chester Wilk

AMA Found Guilty of Conspiracy and Fraud The suit claimed that the defendants had participated for years in an illegal conspiracy to destroy chiropractic On August 24 1987 after endless wrangling in the courts

US District Court judge Susan Getzendanner ruled that the AMA and its officials were guilty as charged of attempting to eliminate the chiropractic profession

The AMA offered a patient care defense however data from Workmens Compensation Bureau studies served to validate chiropractic care Specifically studies comparing chiropractic

care to care by a medical physician were presented which showed that chiropractors were ldquotwice as effective as

medical physicians for comparable injuries in returning injured workers to work at every level of injury severityrdquoEvidence at the trial showed that the defendants took active steps often covert to undermine chiropractic educational

institutions conceal evidence of the usefulness of chiropractic care undercut insurance programs for patients of chiropractors subvert government inquiries into the efficacy of chiropractic engage in a massive disinformation campaign to

discredit and destabilize the chiropractic profession and engage in numerous other activities to maintain a medical

physician monopoly over health care in this country

Chester Wilk

Attorney G McAndrews

John J Bonica

Bonica JJ Autonomic Innervation of the Viscera in Relation to Nerve

Block Anesthesiology 29293-813 Jul-Aug 68

1975 Elizabeth Lomax Comments On Her Findings Based on 250 Year Literature

Review

Research Status of Spinal Manipulative Therapy in 1975 historian Elizabeth Lomax MD presented her findings to the US government stating that as a result of her two hundred and fifty year scrutiny of scientific literature the physician

could clinch the diagnosis by finding tenderness in the appropriate vertebra

She Studied Articles Published between 1725 and 1975 (referenced the works by Andre Nicholas to Osler Head

Sherrington and Pre Beal Authors

1976 Irvin M Korr (Part 1)

The Spinal Cord as the Organizer of Disease

Processes Some Preliminary

Perspectives

1979 Irvin M Korr (Part 2)

The Spinal Cord as the Organizer of Disease

Processes The Peripheral Autonomic

Nervous System

1979 Irvin M Korr (Part 3)

The Spinal Cord as the Organizer of Disease

Processes Hyperactivity of sympathetic innervation

as a common factor in disease

1981 Irvin M Korr (Part 4)

The Spinal Cord as the Organizer of Disease Processes Axonal

transport and neurotrophic function in relation to somatic dysfunction

1983 Myron Beal Viscerosomtic Reflexes Review of the Literature

tabulating 142 Studiesby Author and Vertebral Segment

1983 Myron Beal Viscerosomtic Reflexes Review of the Literature

tabulating 142 Studies by Author and Vertebral Segment

1983 Myron Beal Viscerosomtic Reflexes Review of the Literature

tabulating 142 Studies by Author and Vertebral Segment

John McM Mennel MD

bull In a paper Understanding Manipulative Medicine in General Practice published in JMPT in 1989 states Then suddenly we find ourselves in practice where 80 of our patients complain to us for some sort of musculo-skeletal pain 80 may sound high yet remember that visceral and systemic diseases very frequently manifest themselves initially as musculoskeletal painldquo

bull Again John McM Mennel concludes his article as follows Joint dysfunction is not only a diagnosis but an early sign of visceral and systemic diseases

1992 ndash 2002 Nikolai Bogdukbull Only Structures Innervated by c1-c3 are known to cause Migrainesbull Example of Headache Pills ndash Imitrex ndash Naproxen ndash 2

ldquoCervicogenic headache is pain perceived in the head but referred from a primary sourcen in the cervical spine The physiologic basis for this pain is convergence between trigeminal afferents and afferents from the upper three cervical spinal nerves The possible sources of cervicogenic headache lie in the structures innervated by the C1 to C3 spinal nerves and include the upper cervical synovial joints the upper cervical muscles the C2-3 disc the vertebral and internal carotid arteries and the dura mater of the upper spinal cord and posterior cranial fossa Experiments in normal volunteers have established that the cervical muscles and joints can be sources of headacherdquo

bull Bogduk Nikolai The anatomical basis for cervicogenic headache JMPT 1567-70 January 1992

bull Bogduk N Curr Pain Headache Rep Cervicogenic headache anatomic basis and pathophysiologic mechanisms 2001 Aug5(4)382-6

Abstract The neuroanatomical basis for cervicogenic headache is convergence in the trigeminocervical nucleus between nociceptive afferents from the field of the trigemenial nerve and the receptive fields of the first three cervical nerves Only structures innervated by C1-C3 have been shown to be capable of causing headache These are the muscles joints and ligaments of the upper three cervical segments but also include the dura mater of the spinal cord and posterior cranial fossa and the vertebral artery

2000 Burns Centenary Appreciation

Findings Presented in 1899 confirmed

April 2000 JAOA Vol100 No4 p259-264

2004 Sherrington Centenary Appreciation Noble Prize winning

Findings which were buried by the AMA Presented in 1904 confirmed

In 1906 Sir Charles Sherrington published The Integrative Action of the Nervous System which was a collection of ten lectures delivered two years before at Yale University in the United States In this monograph

Sherrington summarized two decades of painstaking experimental observations and his incisive interpretation of them It settled the then-

current debate between the lsquolsquoReticular Theoryrsquorsquo versus lsquolsquoNeuron Doctrinersquorsquo ideas about the fundamental nature of the nervous system in mammals in favor of the latter and it changed forever the way in which subsequent generations have viewed the organization of the central

nervous system Sherringtonrsquos magnum opus contains basic concepts and even terminology that are now second nature to every student of the subject This brief article reviews the historical context in which the book was written summarizes its content and considers its impact on

Neurology and Neuroscience

2004 Sherrington Centenary Appreciation Noble Prize winning

Findings which were buried by the AMA Presented in 1904 confirmed

lsquo he is the scientistrsquos philosopher because he had advanced natural knowledge himself by skilled observation and experiment by 50 yearsrsquo

unremitting work in the laboratory and because his own interpretation of his discoveries had given a new extension to the biologistrsquos outlook Physiologists will know this well enough To those who have had to struggle with the mass of detailed material about the brain and cord

Sherringtonrsquos Integrative Action of the Nervous System brings order out of chaos it is hard reading at first because every sentence is charged with meaning some of it direct enough but some reaching out to half formed pictures of wider landscape Though it was published in 1906 it

is still as refreshing as it was then It has needed no revision but Sherringtonrsquos experimental work went on at high pressure for another 30

years filling in the gaps and strengthening the framework rsquo

SPEND FOUR HOURS TRAINING CArsquoS

going over article summaries to build their confidence in

Chiropractic

RICHARD SMITH Ed BMJ

Where is the Wisdom The Poverty of Medical Evidence

Where is the wisdom we have lost in knowledge and where asked T S Eliot is the knowledge we have lost in information There are perhaps 30000 biomedical journals in the world and they have grown steadily by 7 a year since the seventeenth century [1 2] Yet only about 15 of medical interventions are supported by solid scientific evidence David Eddy professor of health policy and management at Duke University North Carolina told a conference in Manchester last week

This is partly because only 1 of the articles in medical journals are scientifically sound [2 3] and partly because many treatments have never been assessed at all If said Professor Eddy it is true as the total quality management gurus tell us that lsquoevery defect is a treasurersquo then we are sitting on King Solomons mineldquo

BMJ 1991 (Oct 5)303798ndash9

Editorials The scandal of poor medical research

bull We need less research better research and research done for the right reasons

bull What should we think about a doctor who uses the wrong treatment either willfully or through ignorance or who uses the right treatment wrongly (such as by giving the wrong dose of a drug) Most people would agree that such behavior was unprofessional arguably unethical and certainly unacceptable

bull What then should we think about researchers who use the wrong techniques (either willfully or in ignorance) use the right techniques wrongly misinterpret their results report their results selectively cite the literature selectively and draw unjustified conclusions We should be appalled Yet numerous studies of the medical literature in both general and specialist journals have shown that all of the above phenomena are common This is surely a scandal

bull BMJ 1994308283-284 (29 January)

CLOSING STATEMENTCALL TO ACTION

Max Planck QuoteldquoA scientific truth does not triumph by

convincing its opponents and making them see the light but rather because its opponents eventually die and a new

generation grows up that is familiar with itrdquo

  • BIBLICAL FOUNDATION THAT INSPIRED MY DOCTORAL THESIS Viscero-Spinal and Spino-Visceral Syndromes Palpatory and Radiological Findings and Spinal Manipulative Therapy Vertebra By Vertebra Nerve By Nerve Clinical Management Couresowork amp Patient Education Visual Software Design Dedicated to JULIANA FARIDI Who Died In My Lap as a result of an undetected uncorrected Atlanto-Axial Subluxation which caused Hangmanrsquos Fracture at the Atlas Axis Vertebra The devastating effects of an undetected uncorrected subluxation Is loss of human life ndash In this case the life of my daughter
  • Slide 2
  • Slide 3
  • Slide 4
  • OPENING STATEMENT
  • Purpose of Sharing this Information
  • Slide 7
  • Slide 8
  • Slide 9
  • The Edwin Smith Papyrus
  • Slide 11
  • Slide 12
  • Slide 13
  • Decades Of Scientific Validation Based on a Foundation of Two Millennia
  • Slide 15
  • Slide 16
  • Expand Font Size Of Text Below Split in 3 or more Slides
  • Slide 18
  • Slide 19
  • Slide 20
  • Expand Font Size Of Text Below Split
  • 1867 James Paget Cases that bonesetters cure BMJ JANUARY 5 1867
  • 1887-1896 James Mackenzie Some Points Bearing on the Association of Sensory Disorders and Visceral Disease
  • 1893 Henry Head
  • Text From Head Article
  • Slide 26
  • Expand Font Size Of Text Below Split text into 2 slides
  • Slide 28
  • 1907 Louisa Burns Viscero-Somatic and Somato Visceral Spinal Reflexes (Hypothesis - Case Study ndash Animal Study Human Study Consensus) ndash 1927 (17 years per Institute of Medicine)
  • Expand Font Size Of Text Below Split text into Several slides PLEASE RETYPE
  • Slide 31
  • Slide 32
  • Slide 33
  • 1935 Sherrington Noble Prizes in Physiology and Medicine
  • Slide 35
  • 1967 Chester Wilk AMA Found Guilty of Conspiracy and Fraud
  • Slide 37
  • John J Bonica
  • 1975 Elizabeth Lomax Comments On Her Findings Based on 250 Year Literature Review
  • 1976 Irvin M Korr
  • Slide 41
  • 1979 Irvin M Korr (Part 2)
  • Slide 43
  • 1979 Irvin M Korr (Part 3)
  • Slide 45
  • 1981 Irvin M Korr (Part 4)
  • Slide 47
  • 1983 Myron Beal Viscerosomtic Reflexes Review of the Literature tabulating 142 Studiesby Author and Vertebral Segment
  • 1983 Myron Beal Viscerosomtic Reflexes Review of the Literature tabulating 142 Studies by Author and Vertebral Segment
  • Slide 50
  • John McM Mennel MD
  • 1992 ndash 2002 Nikolai Bogduk
  • 2000 Burns Centenary Appreciation Findings Presented in 1899 confirmed April 2000 JAOA Vol100 No4 p259-264
  • 2004 Sherrington Centenary Appreciation Noble Prize winning Findings which were buried by the AMA Presented in 1904 confirmed
  • Slide 55
  • Slide 56
  • RICHARD SMITH Ed BMJ Where is the Wisdom The Poverty of Medical Evidence
  • Editorials The scandal of poor medical research
  • CLOSING STATEMENT CALL TO ACTION
Page 26: Tariq Faridi Palmer Palmer South January15

Expand Font SizeOf Text Below Split

text into Several slides PLEASE RETYPE

Expand Font SizeOf Text Below Split

text into Several slides PLEASE RETYPE

1933 Neville T UssherSpinal curvatures -- visceral disturbances

in relation thereto

1935 Sherrington Noble Prizes in Physiology and Medicine

bull CONVERT SLIDE BELOW INTO THREE SLIDES ONE WITH JUDGE

bull SUSANbull GETZENDANNERbull LADY IN GLASSES

BELOW

1967 Chester Wilk

AMA Found Guilty of Conspiracy and Fraud The suit claimed that the defendants had participated for years in an illegal conspiracy to destroy chiropractic On August 24 1987 after endless wrangling in the courts

US District Court judge Susan Getzendanner ruled that the AMA and its officials were guilty as charged of attempting to eliminate the chiropractic profession

The AMA offered a patient care defense however data from Workmens Compensation Bureau studies served to validate chiropractic care Specifically studies comparing chiropractic

care to care by a medical physician were presented which showed that chiropractors were ldquotwice as effective as

medical physicians for comparable injuries in returning injured workers to work at every level of injury severityrdquoEvidence at the trial showed that the defendants took active steps often covert to undermine chiropractic educational

institutions conceal evidence of the usefulness of chiropractic care undercut insurance programs for patients of chiropractors subvert government inquiries into the efficacy of chiropractic engage in a massive disinformation campaign to

discredit and destabilize the chiropractic profession and engage in numerous other activities to maintain a medical

physician monopoly over health care in this country

Chester Wilk

Attorney G McAndrews

John J Bonica

Bonica JJ Autonomic Innervation of the Viscera in Relation to Nerve

Block Anesthesiology 29293-813 Jul-Aug 68

1975 Elizabeth Lomax Comments On Her Findings Based on 250 Year Literature

Review

Research Status of Spinal Manipulative Therapy in 1975 historian Elizabeth Lomax MD presented her findings to the US government stating that as a result of her two hundred and fifty year scrutiny of scientific literature the physician

could clinch the diagnosis by finding tenderness in the appropriate vertebra

She Studied Articles Published between 1725 and 1975 (referenced the works by Andre Nicholas to Osler Head

Sherrington and Pre Beal Authors

1976 Irvin M Korr (Part 1)

The Spinal Cord as the Organizer of Disease

Processes Some Preliminary

Perspectives

1979 Irvin M Korr (Part 2)

The Spinal Cord as the Organizer of Disease

Processes The Peripheral Autonomic

Nervous System

1979 Irvin M Korr (Part 3)

The Spinal Cord as the Organizer of Disease

Processes Hyperactivity of sympathetic innervation

as a common factor in disease

1981 Irvin M Korr (Part 4)

The Spinal Cord as the Organizer of Disease Processes Axonal

transport and neurotrophic function in relation to somatic dysfunction

1983 Myron Beal Viscerosomtic Reflexes Review of the Literature

tabulating 142 Studiesby Author and Vertebral Segment

1983 Myron Beal Viscerosomtic Reflexes Review of the Literature

tabulating 142 Studies by Author and Vertebral Segment

1983 Myron Beal Viscerosomtic Reflexes Review of the Literature

tabulating 142 Studies by Author and Vertebral Segment

John McM Mennel MD

bull In a paper Understanding Manipulative Medicine in General Practice published in JMPT in 1989 states Then suddenly we find ourselves in practice where 80 of our patients complain to us for some sort of musculo-skeletal pain 80 may sound high yet remember that visceral and systemic diseases very frequently manifest themselves initially as musculoskeletal painldquo

bull Again John McM Mennel concludes his article as follows Joint dysfunction is not only a diagnosis but an early sign of visceral and systemic diseases

1992 ndash 2002 Nikolai Bogdukbull Only Structures Innervated by c1-c3 are known to cause Migrainesbull Example of Headache Pills ndash Imitrex ndash Naproxen ndash 2

ldquoCervicogenic headache is pain perceived in the head but referred from a primary sourcen in the cervical spine The physiologic basis for this pain is convergence between trigeminal afferents and afferents from the upper three cervical spinal nerves The possible sources of cervicogenic headache lie in the structures innervated by the C1 to C3 spinal nerves and include the upper cervical synovial joints the upper cervical muscles the C2-3 disc the vertebral and internal carotid arteries and the dura mater of the upper spinal cord and posterior cranial fossa Experiments in normal volunteers have established that the cervical muscles and joints can be sources of headacherdquo

bull Bogduk Nikolai The anatomical basis for cervicogenic headache JMPT 1567-70 January 1992

bull Bogduk N Curr Pain Headache Rep Cervicogenic headache anatomic basis and pathophysiologic mechanisms 2001 Aug5(4)382-6

Abstract The neuroanatomical basis for cervicogenic headache is convergence in the trigeminocervical nucleus between nociceptive afferents from the field of the trigemenial nerve and the receptive fields of the first three cervical nerves Only structures innervated by C1-C3 have been shown to be capable of causing headache These are the muscles joints and ligaments of the upper three cervical segments but also include the dura mater of the spinal cord and posterior cranial fossa and the vertebral artery

2000 Burns Centenary Appreciation

Findings Presented in 1899 confirmed

April 2000 JAOA Vol100 No4 p259-264

2004 Sherrington Centenary Appreciation Noble Prize winning

Findings which were buried by the AMA Presented in 1904 confirmed

In 1906 Sir Charles Sherrington published The Integrative Action of the Nervous System which was a collection of ten lectures delivered two years before at Yale University in the United States In this monograph

Sherrington summarized two decades of painstaking experimental observations and his incisive interpretation of them It settled the then-

current debate between the lsquolsquoReticular Theoryrsquorsquo versus lsquolsquoNeuron Doctrinersquorsquo ideas about the fundamental nature of the nervous system in mammals in favor of the latter and it changed forever the way in which subsequent generations have viewed the organization of the central

nervous system Sherringtonrsquos magnum opus contains basic concepts and even terminology that are now second nature to every student of the subject This brief article reviews the historical context in which the book was written summarizes its content and considers its impact on

Neurology and Neuroscience

2004 Sherrington Centenary Appreciation Noble Prize winning

Findings which were buried by the AMA Presented in 1904 confirmed

lsquo he is the scientistrsquos philosopher because he had advanced natural knowledge himself by skilled observation and experiment by 50 yearsrsquo

unremitting work in the laboratory and because his own interpretation of his discoveries had given a new extension to the biologistrsquos outlook Physiologists will know this well enough To those who have had to struggle with the mass of detailed material about the brain and cord

Sherringtonrsquos Integrative Action of the Nervous System brings order out of chaos it is hard reading at first because every sentence is charged with meaning some of it direct enough but some reaching out to half formed pictures of wider landscape Though it was published in 1906 it

is still as refreshing as it was then It has needed no revision but Sherringtonrsquos experimental work went on at high pressure for another 30

years filling in the gaps and strengthening the framework rsquo

SPEND FOUR HOURS TRAINING CArsquoS

going over article summaries to build their confidence in

Chiropractic

RICHARD SMITH Ed BMJ

Where is the Wisdom The Poverty of Medical Evidence

Where is the wisdom we have lost in knowledge and where asked T S Eliot is the knowledge we have lost in information There are perhaps 30000 biomedical journals in the world and they have grown steadily by 7 a year since the seventeenth century [1 2] Yet only about 15 of medical interventions are supported by solid scientific evidence David Eddy professor of health policy and management at Duke University North Carolina told a conference in Manchester last week

This is partly because only 1 of the articles in medical journals are scientifically sound [2 3] and partly because many treatments have never been assessed at all If said Professor Eddy it is true as the total quality management gurus tell us that lsquoevery defect is a treasurersquo then we are sitting on King Solomons mineldquo

BMJ 1991 (Oct 5)303798ndash9

Editorials The scandal of poor medical research

bull We need less research better research and research done for the right reasons

bull What should we think about a doctor who uses the wrong treatment either willfully or through ignorance or who uses the right treatment wrongly (such as by giving the wrong dose of a drug) Most people would agree that such behavior was unprofessional arguably unethical and certainly unacceptable

bull What then should we think about researchers who use the wrong techniques (either willfully or in ignorance) use the right techniques wrongly misinterpret their results report their results selectively cite the literature selectively and draw unjustified conclusions We should be appalled Yet numerous studies of the medical literature in both general and specialist journals have shown that all of the above phenomena are common This is surely a scandal

bull BMJ 1994308283-284 (29 January)

CLOSING STATEMENTCALL TO ACTION

Max Planck QuoteldquoA scientific truth does not triumph by

convincing its opponents and making them see the light but rather because its opponents eventually die and a new

generation grows up that is familiar with itrdquo

  • BIBLICAL FOUNDATION THAT INSPIRED MY DOCTORAL THESIS Viscero-Spinal and Spino-Visceral Syndromes Palpatory and Radiological Findings and Spinal Manipulative Therapy Vertebra By Vertebra Nerve By Nerve Clinical Management Couresowork amp Patient Education Visual Software Design Dedicated to JULIANA FARIDI Who Died In My Lap as a result of an undetected uncorrected Atlanto-Axial Subluxation which caused Hangmanrsquos Fracture at the Atlas Axis Vertebra The devastating effects of an undetected uncorrected subluxation Is loss of human life ndash In this case the life of my daughter
  • Slide 2
  • Slide 3
  • Slide 4
  • OPENING STATEMENT
  • Purpose of Sharing this Information
  • Slide 7
  • Slide 8
  • Slide 9
  • The Edwin Smith Papyrus
  • Slide 11
  • Slide 12
  • Slide 13
  • Decades Of Scientific Validation Based on a Foundation of Two Millennia
  • Slide 15
  • Slide 16
  • Expand Font Size Of Text Below Split in 3 or more Slides
  • Slide 18
  • Slide 19
  • Slide 20
  • Expand Font Size Of Text Below Split
  • 1867 James Paget Cases that bonesetters cure BMJ JANUARY 5 1867
  • 1887-1896 James Mackenzie Some Points Bearing on the Association of Sensory Disorders and Visceral Disease
  • 1893 Henry Head
  • Text From Head Article
  • Slide 26
  • Expand Font Size Of Text Below Split text into 2 slides
  • Slide 28
  • 1907 Louisa Burns Viscero-Somatic and Somato Visceral Spinal Reflexes (Hypothesis - Case Study ndash Animal Study Human Study Consensus) ndash 1927 (17 years per Institute of Medicine)
  • Expand Font Size Of Text Below Split text into Several slides PLEASE RETYPE
  • Slide 31
  • Slide 32
  • Slide 33
  • 1935 Sherrington Noble Prizes in Physiology and Medicine
  • Slide 35
  • 1967 Chester Wilk AMA Found Guilty of Conspiracy and Fraud
  • Slide 37
  • John J Bonica
  • 1975 Elizabeth Lomax Comments On Her Findings Based on 250 Year Literature Review
  • 1976 Irvin M Korr
  • Slide 41
  • 1979 Irvin M Korr (Part 2)
  • Slide 43
  • 1979 Irvin M Korr (Part 3)
  • Slide 45
  • 1981 Irvin M Korr (Part 4)
  • Slide 47
  • 1983 Myron Beal Viscerosomtic Reflexes Review of the Literature tabulating 142 Studiesby Author and Vertebral Segment
  • 1983 Myron Beal Viscerosomtic Reflexes Review of the Literature tabulating 142 Studies by Author and Vertebral Segment
  • Slide 50
  • John McM Mennel MD
  • 1992 ndash 2002 Nikolai Bogduk
  • 2000 Burns Centenary Appreciation Findings Presented in 1899 confirmed April 2000 JAOA Vol100 No4 p259-264
  • 2004 Sherrington Centenary Appreciation Noble Prize winning Findings which were buried by the AMA Presented in 1904 confirmed
  • Slide 55
  • Slide 56
  • RICHARD SMITH Ed BMJ Where is the Wisdom The Poverty of Medical Evidence
  • Editorials The scandal of poor medical research
  • CLOSING STATEMENT CALL TO ACTION
Page 27: Tariq Faridi Palmer Palmer South January15

Expand Font SizeOf Text Below Split

text into Several slides PLEASE RETYPE

1933 Neville T UssherSpinal curvatures -- visceral disturbances

in relation thereto

1935 Sherrington Noble Prizes in Physiology and Medicine

bull CONVERT SLIDE BELOW INTO THREE SLIDES ONE WITH JUDGE

bull SUSANbull GETZENDANNERbull LADY IN GLASSES

BELOW

1967 Chester Wilk

AMA Found Guilty of Conspiracy and Fraud The suit claimed that the defendants had participated for years in an illegal conspiracy to destroy chiropractic On August 24 1987 after endless wrangling in the courts

US District Court judge Susan Getzendanner ruled that the AMA and its officials were guilty as charged of attempting to eliminate the chiropractic profession

The AMA offered a patient care defense however data from Workmens Compensation Bureau studies served to validate chiropractic care Specifically studies comparing chiropractic

care to care by a medical physician were presented which showed that chiropractors were ldquotwice as effective as

medical physicians for comparable injuries in returning injured workers to work at every level of injury severityrdquoEvidence at the trial showed that the defendants took active steps often covert to undermine chiropractic educational

institutions conceal evidence of the usefulness of chiropractic care undercut insurance programs for patients of chiropractors subvert government inquiries into the efficacy of chiropractic engage in a massive disinformation campaign to

discredit and destabilize the chiropractic profession and engage in numerous other activities to maintain a medical

physician monopoly over health care in this country

Chester Wilk

Attorney G McAndrews

John J Bonica

Bonica JJ Autonomic Innervation of the Viscera in Relation to Nerve

Block Anesthesiology 29293-813 Jul-Aug 68

1975 Elizabeth Lomax Comments On Her Findings Based on 250 Year Literature

Review

Research Status of Spinal Manipulative Therapy in 1975 historian Elizabeth Lomax MD presented her findings to the US government stating that as a result of her two hundred and fifty year scrutiny of scientific literature the physician

could clinch the diagnosis by finding tenderness in the appropriate vertebra

She Studied Articles Published between 1725 and 1975 (referenced the works by Andre Nicholas to Osler Head

Sherrington and Pre Beal Authors

1976 Irvin M Korr (Part 1)

The Spinal Cord as the Organizer of Disease

Processes Some Preliminary

Perspectives

1979 Irvin M Korr (Part 2)

The Spinal Cord as the Organizer of Disease

Processes The Peripheral Autonomic

Nervous System

1979 Irvin M Korr (Part 3)

The Spinal Cord as the Organizer of Disease

Processes Hyperactivity of sympathetic innervation

as a common factor in disease

1981 Irvin M Korr (Part 4)

The Spinal Cord as the Organizer of Disease Processes Axonal

transport and neurotrophic function in relation to somatic dysfunction

1983 Myron Beal Viscerosomtic Reflexes Review of the Literature

tabulating 142 Studiesby Author and Vertebral Segment

1983 Myron Beal Viscerosomtic Reflexes Review of the Literature

tabulating 142 Studies by Author and Vertebral Segment

1983 Myron Beal Viscerosomtic Reflexes Review of the Literature

tabulating 142 Studies by Author and Vertebral Segment

John McM Mennel MD

bull In a paper Understanding Manipulative Medicine in General Practice published in JMPT in 1989 states Then suddenly we find ourselves in practice where 80 of our patients complain to us for some sort of musculo-skeletal pain 80 may sound high yet remember that visceral and systemic diseases very frequently manifest themselves initially as musculoskeletal painldquo

bull Again John McM Mennel concludes his article as follows Joint dysfunction is not only a diagnosis but an early sign of visceral and systemic diseases

1992 ndash 2002 Nikolai Bogdukbull Only Structures Innervated by c1-c3 are known to cause Migrainesbull Example of Headache Pills ndash Imitrex ndash Naproxen ndash 2

ldquoCervicogenic headache is pain perceived in the head but referred from a primary sourcen in the cervical spine The physiologic basis for this pain is convergence between trigeminal afferents and afferents from the upper three cervical spinal nerves The possible sources of cervicogenic headache lie in the structures innervated by the C1 to C3 spinal nerves and include the upper cervical synovial joints the upper cervical muscles the C2-3 disc the vertebral and internal carotid arteries and the dura mater of the upper spinal cord and posterior cranial fossa Experiments in normal volunteers have established that the cervical muscles and joints can be sources of headacherdquo

bull Bogduk Nikolai The anatomical basis for cervicogenic headache JMPT 1567-70 January 1992

bull Bogduk N Curr Pain Headache Rep Cervicogenic headache anatomic basis and pathophysiologic mechanisms 2001 Aug5(4)382-6

Abstract The neuroanatomical basis for cervicogenic headache is convergence in the trigeminocervical nucleus between nociceptive afferents from the field of the trigemenial nerve and the receptive fields of the first three cervical nerves Only structures innervated by C1-C3 have been shown to be capable of causing headache These are the muscles joints and ligaments of the upper three cervical segments but also include the dura mater of the spinal cord and posterior cranial fossa and the vertebral artery

2000 Burns Centenary Appreciation

Findings Presented in 1899 confirmed

April 2000 JAOA Vol100 No4 p259-264

2004 Sherrington Centenary Appreciation Noble Prize winning

Findings which were buried by the AMA Presented in 1904 confirmed

In 1906 Sir Charles Sherrington published The Integrative Action of the Nervous System which was a collection of ten lectures delivered two years before at Yale University in the United States In this monograph

Sherrington summarized two decades of painstaking experimental observations and his incisive interpretation of them It settled the then-

current debate between the lsquolsquoReticular Theoryrsquorsquo versus lsquolsquoNeuron Doctrinersquorsquo ideas about the fundamental nature of the nervous system in mammals in favor of the latter and it changed forever the way in which subsequent generations have viewed the organization of the central

nervous system Sherringtonrsquos magnum opus contains basic concepts and even terminology that are now second nature to every student of the subject This brief article reviews the historical context in which the book was written summarizes its content and considers its impact on

Neurology and Neuroscience

2004 Sherrington Centenary Appreciation Noble Prize winning

Findings which were buried by the AMA Presented in 1904 confirmed

lsquo he is the scientistrsquos philosopher because he had advanced natural knowledge himself by skilled observation and experiment by 50 yearsrsquo

unremitting work in the laboratory and because his own interpretation of his discoveries had given a new extension to the biologistrsquos outlook Physiologists will know this well enough To those who have had to struggle with the mass of detailed material about the brain and cord

Sherringtonrsquos Integrative Action of the Nervous System brings order out of chaos it is hard reading at first because every sentence is charged with meaning some of it direct enough but some reaching out to half formed pictures of wider landscape Though it was published in 1906 it

is still as refreshing as it was then It has needed no revision but Sherringtonrsquos experimental work went on at high pressure for another 30

years filling in the gaps and strengthening the framework rsquo

SPEND FOUR HOURS TRAINING CArsquoS

going over article summaries to build their confidence in

Chiropractic

RICHARD SMITH Ed BMJ

Where is the Wisdom The Poverty of Medical Evidence

Where is the wisdom we have lost in knowledge and where asked T S Eliot is the knowledge we have lost in information There are perhaps 30000 biomedical journals in the world and they have grown steadily by 7 a year since the seventeenth century [1 2] Yet only about 15 of medical interventions are supported by solid scientific evidence David Eddy professor of health policy and management at Duke University North Carolina told a conference in Manchester last week

This is partly because only 1 of the articles in medical journals are scientifically sound [2 3] and partly because many treatments have never been assessed at all If said Professor Eddy it is true as the total quality management gurus tell us that lsquoevery defect is a treasurersquo then we are sitting on King Solomons mineldquo

BMJ 1991 (Oct 5)303798ndash9

Editorials The scandal of poor medical research

bull We need less research better research and research done for the right reasons

bull What should we think about a doctor who uses the wrong treatment either willfully or through ignorance or who uses the right treatment wrongly (such as by giving the wrong dose of a drug) Most people would agree that such behavior was unprofessional arguably unethical and certainly unacceptable

bull What then should we think about researchers who use the wrong techniques (either willfully or in ignorance) use the right techniques wrongly misinterpret their results report their results selectively cite the literature selectively and draw unjustified conclusions We should be appalled Yet numerous studies of the medical literature in both general and specialist journals have shown that all of the above phenomena are common This is surely a scandal

bull BMJ 1994308283-284 (29 January)

CLOSING STATEMENTCALL TO ACTION

Max Planck QuoteldquoA scientific truth does not triumph by

convincing its opponents and making them see the light but rather because its opponents eventually die and a new

generation grows up that is familiar with itrdquo

  • BIBLICAL FOUNDATION THAT INSPIRED MY DOCTORAL THESIS Viscero-Spinal and Spino-Visceral Syndromes Palpatory and Radiological Findings and Spinal Manipulative Therapy Vertebra By Vertebra Nerve By Nerve Clinical Management Couresowork amp Patient Education Visual Software Design Dedicated to JULIANA FARIDI Who Died In My Lap as a result of an undetected uncorrected Atlanto-Axial Subluxation which caused Hangmanrsquos Fracture at the Atlas Axis Vertebra The devastating effects of an undetected uncorrected subluxation Is loss of human life ndash In this case the life of my daughter
  • Slide 2
  • Slide 3
  • Slide 4
  • OPENING STATEMENT
  • Purpose of Sharing this Information
  • Slide 7
  • Slide 8
  • Slide 9
  • The Edwin Smith Papyrus
  • Slide 11
  • Slide 12
  • Slide 13
  • Decades Of Scientific Validation Based on a Foundation of Two Millennia
  • Slide 15
  • Slide 16
  • Expand Font Size Of Text Below Split in 3 or more Slides
  • Slide 18
  • Slide 19
  • Slide 20
  • Expand Font Size Of Text Below Split
  • 1867 James Paget Cases that bonesetters cure BMJ JANUARY 5 1867
  • 1887-1896 James Mackenzie Some Points Bearing on the Association of Sensory Disorders and Visceral Disease
  • 1893 Henry Head
  • Text From Head Article
  • Slide 26
  • Expand Font Size Of Text Below Split text into 2 slides
  • Slide 28
  • 1907 Louisa Burns Viscero-Somatic and Somato Visceral Spinal Reflexes (Hypothesis - Case Study ndash Animal Study Human Study Consensus) ndash 1927 (17 years per Institute of Medicine)
  • Expand Font Size Of Text Below Split text into Several slides PLEASE RETYPE
  • Slide 31
  • Slide 32
  • Slide 33
  • 1935 Sherrington Noble Prizes in Physiology and Medicine
  • Slide 35
  • 1967 Chester Wilk AMA Found Guilty of Conspiracy and Fraud
  • Slide 37
  • John J Bonica
  • 1975 Elizabeth Lomax Comments On Her Findings Based on 250 Year Literature Review
  • 1976 Irvin M Korr
  • Slide 41
  • 1979 Irvin M Korr (Part 2)
  • Slide 43
  • 1979 Irvin M Korr (Part 3)
  • Slide 45
  • 1981 Irvin M Korr (Part 4)
  • Slide 47
  • 1983 Myron Beal Viscerosomtic Reflexes Review of the Literature tabulating 142 Studiesby Author and Vertebral Segment
  • 1983 Myron Beal Viscerosomtic Reflexes Review of the Literature tabulating 142 Studies by Author and Vertebral Segment
  • Slide 50
  • John McM Mennel MD
  • 1992 ndash 2002 Nikolai Bogduk
  • 2000 Burns Centenary Appreciation Findings Presented in 1899 confirmed April 2000 JAOA Vol100 No4 p259-264
  • 2004 Sherrington Centenary Appreciation Noble Prize winning Findings which were buried by the AMA Presented in 1904 confirmed
  • Slide 55
  • Slide 56
  • RICHARD SMITH Ed BMJ Where is the Wisdom The Poverty of Medical Evidence
  • Editorials The scandal of poor medical research
  • CLOSING STATEMENT CALL TO ACTION
Page 28: Tariq Faridi Palmer Palmer South January15

1933 Neville T UssherSpinal curvatures -- visceral disturbances

in relation thereto

1935 Sherrington Noble Prizes in Physiology and Medicine

bull CONVERT SLIDE BELOW INTO THREE SLIDES ONE WITH JUDGE

bull SUSANbull GETZENDANNERbull LADY IN GLASSES

BELOW

1967 Chester Wilk

AMA Found Guilty of Conspiracy and Fraud The suit claimed that the defendants had participated for years in an illegal conspiracy to destroy chiropractic On August 24 1987 after endless wrangling in the courts

US District Court judge Susan Getzendanner ruled that the AMA and its officials were guilty as charged of attempting to eliminate the chiropractic profession

The AMA offered a patient care defense however data from Workmens Compensation Bureau studies served to validate chiropractic care Specifically studies comparing chiropractic

care to care by a medical physician were presented which showed that chiropractors were ldquotwice as effective as

medical physicians for comparable injuries in returning injured workers to work at every level of injury severityrdquoEvidence at the trial showed that the defendants took active steps often covert to undermine chiropractic educational

institutions conceal evidence of the usefulness of chiropractic care undercut insurance programs for patients of chiropractors subvert government inquiries into the efficacy of chiropractic engage in a massive disinformation campaign to

discredit and destabilize the chiropractic profession and engage in numerous other activities to maintain a medical

physician monopoly over health care in this country

Chester Wilk

Attorney G McAndrews

John J Bonica

Bonica JJ Autonomic Innervation of the Viscera in Relation to Nerve

Block Anesthesiology 29293-813 Jul-Aug 68

1975 Elizabeth Lomax Comments On Her Findings Based on 250 Year Literature

Review

Research Status of Spinal Manipulative Therapy in 1975 historian Elizabeth Lomax MD presented her findings to the US government stating that as a result of her two hundred and fifty year scrutiny of scientific literature the physician

could clinch the diagnosis by finding tenderness in the appropriate vertebra

She Studied Articles Published between 1725 and 1975 (referenced the works by Andre Nicholas to Osler Head

Sherrington and Pre Beal Authors

1976 Irvin M Korr (Part 1)

The Spinal Cord as the Organizer of Disease

Processes Some Preliminary

Perspectives

1979 Irvin M Korr (Part 2)

The Spinal Cord as the Organizer of Disease

Processes The Peripheral Autonomic

Nervous System

1979 Irvin M Korr (Part 3)

The Spinal Cord as the Organizer of Disease

Processes Hyperactivity of sympathetic innervation

as a common factor in disease

1981 Irvin M Korr (Part 4)

The Spinal Cord as the Organizer of Disease Processes Axonal

transport and neurotrophic function in relation to somatic dysfunction

1983 Myron Beal Viscerosomtic Reflexes Review of the Literature

tabulating 142 Studiesby Author and Vertebral Segment

1983 Myron Beal Viscerosomtic Reflexes Review of the Literature

tabulating 142 Studies by Author and Vertebral Segment

1983 Myron Beal Viscerosomtic Reflexes Review of the Literature

tabulating 142 Studies by Author and Vertebral Segment

John McM Mennel MD

bull In a paper Understanding Manipulative Medicine in General Practice published in JMPT in 1989 states Then suddenly we find ourselves in practice where 80 of our patients complain to us for some sort of musculo-skeletal pain 80 may sound high yet remember that visceral and systemic diseases very frequently manifest themselves initially as musculoskeletal painldquo

bull Again John McM Mennel concludes his article as follows Joint dysfunction is not only a diagnosis but an early sign of visceral and systemic diseases

1992 ndash 2002 Nikolai Bogdukbull Only Structures Innervated by c1-c3 are known to cause Migrainesbull Example of Headache Pills ndash Imitrex ndash Naproxen ndash 2

ldquoCervicogenic headache is pain perceived in the head but referred from a primary sourcen in the cervical spine The physiologic basis for this pain is convergence between trigeminal afferents and afferents from the upper three cervical spinal nerves The possible sources of cervicogenic headache lie in the structures innervated by the C1 to C3 spinal nerves and include the upper cervical synovial joints the upper cervical muscles the C2-3 disc the vertebral and internal carotid arteries and the dura mater of the upper spinal cord and posterior cranial fossa Experiments in normal volunteers have established that the cervical muscles and joints can be sources of headacherdquo

bull Bogduk Nikolai The anatomical basis for cervicogenic headache JMPT 1567-70 January 1992

bull Bogduk N Curr Pain Headache Rep Cervicogenic headache anatomic basis and pathophysiologic mechanisms 2001 Aug5(4)382-6

Abstract The neuroanatomical basis for cervicogenic headache is convergence in the trigeminocervical nucleus between nociceptive afferents from the field of the trigemenial nerve and the receptive fields of the first three cervical nerves Only structures innervated by C1-C3 have been shown to be capable of causing headache These are the muscles joints and ligaments of the upper three cervical segments but also include the dura mater of the spinal cord and posterior cranial fossa and the vertebral artery

2000 Burns Centenary Appreciation

Findings Presented in 1899 confirmed

April 2000 JAOA Vol100 No4 p259-264

2004 Sherrington Centenary Appreciation Noble Prize winning

Findings which were buried by the AMA Presented in 1904 confirmed

In 1906 Sir Charles Sherrington published The Integrative Action of the Nervous System which was a collection of ten lectures delivered two years before at Yale University in the United States In this monograph

Sherrington summarized two decades of painstaking experimental observations and his incisive interpretation of them It settled the then-

current debate between the lsquolsquoReticular Theoryrsquorsquo versus lsquolsquoNeuron Doctrinersquorsquo ideas about the fundamental nature of the nervous system in mammals in favor of the latter and it changed forever the way in which subsequent generations have viewed the organization of the central

nervous system Sherringtonrsquos magnum opus contains basic concepts and even terminology that are now second nature to every student of the subject This brief article reviews the historical context in which the book was written summarizes its content and considers its impact on

Neurology and Neuroscience

2004 Sherrington Centenary Appreciation Noble Prize winning

Findings which were buried by the AMA Presented in 1904 confirmed

lsquo he is the scientistrsquos philosopher because he had advanced natural knowledge himself by skilled observation and experiment by 50 yearsrsquo

unremitting work in the laboratory and because his own interpretation of his discoveries had given a new extension to the biologistrsquos outlook Physiologists will know this well enough To those who have had to struggle with the mass of detailed material about the brain and cord

Sherringtonrsquos Integrative Action of the Nervous System brings order out of chaos it is hard reading at first because every sentence is charged with meaning some of it direct enough but some reaching out to half formed pictures of wider landscape Though it was published in 1906 it

is still as refreshing as it was then It has needed no revision but Sherringtonrsquos experimental work went on at high pressure for another 30

years filling in the gaps and strengthening the framework rsquo

SPEND FOUR HOURS TRAINING CArsquoS

going over article summaries to build their confidence in

Chiropractic

RICHARD SMITH Ed BMJ

Where is the Wisdom The Poverty of Medical Evidence

Where is the wisdom we have lost in knowledge and where asked T S Eliot is the knowledge we have lost in information There are perhaps 30000 biomedical journals in the world and they have grown steadily by 7 a year since the seventeenth century [1 2] Yet only about 15 of medical interventions are supported by solid scientific evidence David Eddy professor of health policy and management at Duke University North Carolina told a conference in Manchester last week

This is partly because only 1 of the articles in medical journals are scientifically sound [2 3] and partly because many treatments have never been assessed at all If said Professor Eddy it is true as the total quality management gurus tell us that lsquoevery defect is a treasurersquo then we are sitting on King Solomons mineldquo

BMJ 1991 (Oct 5)303798ndash9

Editorials The scandal of poor medical research

bull We need less research better research and research done for the right reasons

bull What should we think about a doctor who uses the wrong treatment either willfully or through ignorance or who uses the right treatment wrongly (such as by giving the wrong dose of a drug) Most people would agree that such behavior was unprofessional arguably unethical and certainly unacceptable

bull What then should we think about researchers who use the wrong techniques (either willfully or in ignorance) use the right techniques wrongly misinterpret their results report their results selectively cite the literature selectively and draw unjustified conclusions We should be appalled Yet numerous studies of the medical literature in both general and specialist journals have shown that all of the above phenomena are common This is surely a scandal

bull BMJ 1994308283-284 (29 January)

CLOSING STATEMENTCALL TO ACTION

Max Planck QuoteldquoA scientific truth does not triumph by

convincing its opponents and making them see the light but rather because its opponents eventually die and a new

generation grows up that is familiar with itrdquo

  • BIBLICAL FOUNDATION THAT INSPIRED MY DOCTORAL THESIS Viscero-Spinal and Spino-Visceral Syndromes Palpatory and Radiological Findings and Spinal Manipulative Therapy Vertebra By Vertebra Nerve By Nerve Clinical Management Couresowork amp Patient Education Visual Software Design Dedicated to JULIANA FARIDI Who Died In My Lap as a result of an undetected uncorrected Atlanto-Axial Subluxation which caused Hangmanrsquos Fracture at the Atlas Axis Vertebra The devastating effects of an undetected uncorrected subluxation Is loss of human life ndash In this case the life of my daughter
  • Slide 2
  • Slide 3
  • Slide 4
  • OPENING STATEMENT
  • Purpose of Sharing this Information
  • Slide 7
  • Slide 8
  • Slide 9
  • The Edwin Smith Papyrus
  • Slide 11
  • Slide 12
  • Slide 13
  • Decades Of Scientific Validation Based on a Foundation of Two Millennia
  • Slide 15
  • Slide 16
  • Expand Font Size Of Text Below Split in 3 or more Slides
  • Slide 18
  • Slide 19
  • Slide 20
  • Expand Font Size Of Text Below Split
  • 1867 James Paget Cases that bonesetters cure BMJ JANUARY 5 1867
  • 1887-1896 James Mackenzie Some Points Bearing on the Association of Sensory Disorders and Visceral Disease
  • 1893 Henry Head
  • Text From Head Article
  • Slide 26
  • Expand Font Size Of Text Below Split text into 2 slides
  • Slide 28
  • 1907 Louisa Burns Viscero-Somatic and Somato Visceral Spinal Reflexes (Hypothesis - Case Study ndash Animal Study Human Study Consensus) ndash 1927 (17 years per Institute of Medicine)
  • Expand Font Size Of Text Below Split text into Several slides PLEASE RETYPE
  • Slide 31
  • Slide 32
  • Slide 33
  • 1935 Sherrington Noble Prizes in Physiology and Medicine
  • Slide 35
  • 1967 Chester Wilk AMA Found Guilty of Conspiracy and Fraud
  • Slide 37
  • John J Bonica
  • 1975 Elizabeth Lomax Comments On Her Findings Based on 250 Year Literature Review
  • 1976 Irvin M Korr
  • Slide 41
  • 1979 Irvin M Korr (Part 2)
  • Slide 43
  • 1979 Irvin M Korr (Part 3)
  • Slide 45
  • 1981 Irvin M Korr (Part 4)
  • Slide 47
  • 1983 Myron Beal Viscerosomtic Reflexes Review of the Literature tabulating 142 Studiesby Author and Vertebral Segment
  • 1983 Myron Beal Viscerosomtic Reflexes Review of the Literature tabulating 142 Studies by Author and Vertebral Segment
  • Slide 50
  • John McM Mennel MD
  • 1992 ndash 2002 Nikolai Bogduk
  • 2000 Burns Centenary Appreciation Findings Presented in 1899 confirmed April 2000 JAOA Vol100 No4 p259-264
  • 2004 Sherrington Centenary Appreciation Noble Prize winning Findings which were buried by the AMA Presented in 1904 confirmed
  • Slide 55
  • Slide 56
  • RICHARD SMITH Ed BMJ Where is the Wisdom The Poverty of Medical Evidence
  • Editorials The scandal of poor medical research
  • CLOSING STATEMENT CALL TO ACTION
Page 29: Tariq Faridi Palmer Palmer South January15

1935 Sherrington Noble Prizes in Physiology and Medicine

bull CONVERT SLIDE BELOW INTO THREE SLIDES ONE WITH JUDGE

bull SUSANbull GETZENDANNERbull LADY IN GLASSES

BELOW

1967 Chester Wilk

AMA Found Guilty of Conspiracy and Fraud The suit claimed that the defendants had participated for years in an illegal conspiracy to destroy chiropractic On August 24 1987 after endless wrangling in the courts

US District Court judge Susan Getzendanner ruled that the AMA and its officials were guilty as charged of attempting to eliminate the chiropractic profession

The AMA offered a patient care defense however data from Workmens Compensation Bureau studies served to validate chiropractic care Specifically studies comparing chiropractic

care to care by a medical physician were presented which showed that chiropractors were ldquotwice as effective as

medical physicians for comparable injuries in returning injured workers to work at every level of injury severityrdquoEvidence at the trial showed that the defendants took active steps often covert to undermine chiropractic educational

institutions conceal evidence of the usefulness of chiropractic care undercut insurance programs for patients of chiropractors subvert government inquiries into the efficacy of chiropractic engage in a massive disinformation campaign to

discredit and destabilize the chiropractic profession and engage in numerous other activities to maintain a medical

physician monopoly over health care in this country

Chester Wilk

Attorney G McAndrews

John J Bonica

Bonica JJ Autonomic Innervation of the Viscera in Relation to Nerve

Block Anesthesiology 29293-813 Jul-Aug 68

1975 Elizabeth Lomax Comments On Her Findings Based on 250 Year Literature

Review

Research Status of Spinal Manipulative Therapy in 1975 historian Elizabeth Lomax MD presented her findings to the US government stating that as a result of her two hundred and fifty year scrutiny of scientific literature the physician

could clinch the diagnosis by finding tenderness in the appropriate vertebra

She Studied Articles Published between 1725 and 1975 (referenced the works by Andre Nicholas to Osler Head

Sherrington and Pre Beal Authors

1976 Irvin M Korr (Part 1)

The Spinal Cord as the Organizer of Disease

Processes Some Preliminary

Perspectives

1979 Irvin M Korr (Part 2)

The Spinal Cord as the Organizer of Disease

Processes The Peripheral Autonomic

Nervous System

1979 Irvin M Korr (Part 3)

The Spinal Cord as the Organizer of Disease

Processes Hyperactivity of sympathetic innervation

as a common factor in disease

1981 Irvin M Korr (Part 4)

The Spinal Cord as the Organizer of Disease Processes Axonal

transport and neurotrophic function in relation to somatic dysfunction

1983 Myron Beal Viscerosomtic Reflexes Review of the Literature

tabulating 142 Studiesby Author and Vertebral Segment

1983 Myron Beal Viscerosomtic Reflexes Review of the Literature

tabulating 142 Studies by Author and Vertebral Segment

1983 Myron Beal Viscerosomtic Reflexes Review of the Literature

tabulating 142 Studies by Author and Vertebral Segment

John McM Mennel MD

bull In a paper Understanding Manipulative Medicine in General Practice published in JMPT in 1989 states Then suddenly we find ourselves in practice where 80 of our patients complain to us for some sort of musculo-skeletal pain 80 may sound high yet remember that visceral and systemic diseases very frequently manifest themselves initially as musculoskeletal painldquo

bull Again John McM Mennel concludes his article as follows Joint dysfunction is not only a diagnosis but an early sign of visceral and systemic diseases

1992 ndash 2002 Nikolai Bogdukbull Only Structures Innervated by c1-c3 are known to cause Migrainesbull Example of Headache Pills ndash Imitrex ndash Naproxen ndash 2

ldquoCervicogenic headache is pain perceived in the head but referred from a primary sourcen in the cervical spine The physiologic basis for this pain is convergence between trigeminal afferents and afferents from the upper three cervical spinal nerves The possible sources of cervicogenic headache lie in the structures innervated by the C1 to C3 spinal nerves and include the upper cervical synovial joints the upper cervical muscles the C2-3 disc the vertebral and internal carotid arteries and the dura mater of the upper spinal cord and posterior cranial fossa Experiments in normal volunteers have established that the cervical muscles and joints can be sources of headacherdquo

bull Bogduk Nikolai The anatomical basis for cervicogenic headache JMPT 1567-70 January 1992

bull Bogduk N Curr Pain Headache Rep Cervicogenic headache anatomic basis and pathophysiologic mechanisms 2001 Aug5(4)382-6

Abstract The neuroanatomical basis for cervicogenic headache is convergence in the trigeminocervical nucleus between nociceptive afferents from the field of the trigemenial nerve and the receptive fields of the first three cervical nerves Only structures innervated by C1-C3 have been shown to be capable of causing headache These are the muscles joints and ligaments of the upper three cervical segments but also include the dura mater of the spinal cord and posterior cranial fossa and the vertebral artery

2000 Burns Centenary Appreciation

Findings Presented in 1899 confirmed

April 2000 JAOA Vol100 No4 p259-264

2004 Sherrington Centenary Appreciation Noble Prize winning

Findings which were buried by the AMA Presented in 1904 confirmed

In 1906 Sir Charles Sherrington published The Integrative Action of the Nervous System which was a collection of ten lectures delivered two years before at Yale University in the United States In this monograph

Sherrington summarized two decades of painstaking experimental observations and his incisive interpretation of them It settled the then-

current debate between the lsquolsquoReticular Theoryrsquorsquo versus lsquolsquoNeuron Doctrinersquorsquo ideas about the fundamental nature of the nervous system in mammals in favor of the latter and it changed forever the way in which subsequent generations have viewed the organization of the central

nervous system Sherringtonrsquos magnum opus contains basic concepts and even terminology that are now second nature to every student of the subject This brief article reviews the historical context in which the book was written summarizes its content and considers its impact on

Neurology and Neuroscience

2004 Sherrington Centenary Appreciation Noble Prize winning

Findings which were buried by the AMA Presented in 1904 confirmed

lsquo he is the scientistrsquos philosopher because he had advanced natural knowledge himself by skilled observation and experiment by 50 yearsrsquo

unremitting work in the laboratory and because his own interpretation of his discoveries had given a new extension to the biologistrsquos outlook Physiologists will know this well enough To those who have had to struggle with the mass of detailed material about the brain and cord

Sherringtonrsquos Integrative Action of the Nervous System brings order out of chaos it is hard reading at first because every sentence is charged with meaning some of it direct enough but some reaching out to half formed pictures of wider landscape Though it was published in 1906 it

is still as refreshing as it was then It has needed no revision but Sherringtonrsquos experimental work went on at high pressure for another 30

years filling in the gaps and strengthening the framework rsquo

SPEND FOUR HOURS TRAINING CArsquoS

going over article summaries to build their confidence in

Chiropractic

RICHARD SMITH Ed BMJ

Where is the Wisdom The Poverty of Medical Evidence

Where is the wisdom we have lost in knowledge and where asked T S Eliot is the knowledge we have lost in information There are perhaps 30000 biomedical journals in the world and they have grown steadily by 7 a year since the seventeenth century [1 2] Yet only about 15 of medical interventions are supported by solid scientific evidence David Eddy professor of health policy and management at Duke University North Carolina told a conference in Manchester last week

This is partly because only 1 of the articles in medical journals are scientifically sound [2 3] and partly because many treatments have never been assessed at all If said Professor Eddy it is true as the total quality management gurus tell us that lsquoevery defect is a treasurersquo then we are sitting on King Solomons mineldquo

BMJ 1991 (Oct 5)303798ndash9

Editorials The scandal of poor medical research

bull We need less research better research and research done for the right reasons

bull What should we think about a doctor who uses the wrong treatment either willfully or through ignorance or who uses the right treatment wrongly (such as by giving the wrong dose of a drug) Most people would agree that such behavior was unprofessional arguably unethical and certainly unacceptable

bull What then should we think about researchers who use the wrong techniques (either willfully or in ignorance) use the right techniques wrongly misinterpret their results report their results selectively cite the literature selectively and draw unjustified conclusions We should be appalled Yet numerous studies of the medical literature in both general and specialist journals have shown that all of the above phenomena are common This is surely a scandal

bull BMJ 1994308283-284 (29 January)

CLOSING STATEMENTCALL TO ACTION

Max Planck QuoteldquoA scientific truth does not triumph by

convincing its opponents and making them see the light but rather because its opponents eventually die and a new

generation grows up that is familiar with itrdquo

  • BIBLICAL FOUNDATION THAT INSPIRED MY DOCTORAL THESIS Viscero-Spinal and Spino-Visceral Syndromes Palpatory and Radiological Findings and Spinal Manipulative Therapy Vertebra By Vertebra Nerve By Nerve Clinical Management Couresowork amp Patient Education Visual Software Design Dedicated to JULIANA FARIDI Who Died In My Lap as a result of an undetected uncorrected Atlanto-Axial Subluxation which caused Hangmanrsquos Fracture at the Atlas Axis Vertebra The devastating effects of an undetected uncorrected subluxation Is loss of human life ndash In this case the life of my daughter
  • Slide 2
  • Slide 3
  • Slide 4
  • OPENING STATEMENT
  • Purpose of Sharing this Information
  • Slide 7
  • Slide 8
  • Slide 9
  • The Edwin Smith Papyrus
  • Slide 11
  • Slide 12
  • Slide 13
  • Decades Of Scientific Validation Based on a Foundation of Two Millennia
  • Slide 15
  • Slide 16
  • Expand Font Size Of Text Below Split in 3 or more Slides
  • Slide 18
  • Slide 19
  • Slide 20
  • Expand Font Size Of Text Below Split
  • 1867 James Paget Cases that bonesetters cure BMJ JANUARY 5 1867
  • 1887-1896 James Mackenzie Some Points Bearing on the Association of Sensory Disorders and Visceral Disease
  • 1893 Henry Head
  • Text From Head Article
  • Slide 26
  • Expand Font Size Of Text Below Split text into 2 slides
  • Slide 28
  • 1907 Louisa Burns Viscero-Somatic and Somato Visceral Spinal Reflexes (Hypothesis - Case Study ndash Animal Study Human Study Consensus) ndash 1927 (17 years per Institute of Medicine)
  • Expand Font Size Of Text Below Split text into Several slides PLEASE RETYPE
  • Slide 31
  • Slide 32
  • Slide 33
  • 1935 Sherrington Noble Prizes in Physiology and Medicine
  • Slide 35
  • 1967 Chester Wilk AMA Found Guilty of Conspiracy and Fraud
  • Slide 37
  • John J Bonica
  • 1975 Elizabeth Lomax Comments On Her Findings Based on 250 Year Literature Review
  • 1976 Irvin M Korr
  • Slide 41
  • 1979 Irvin M Korr (Part 2)
  • Slide 43
  • 1979 Irvin M Korr (Part 3)
  • Slide 45
  • 1981 Irvin M Korr (Part 4)
  • Slide 47
  • 1983 Myron Beal Viscerosomtic Reflexes Review of the Literature tabulating 142 Studiesby Author and Vertebral Segment
  • 1983 Myron Beal Viscerosomtic Reflexes Review of the Literature tabulating 142 Studies by Author and Vertebral Segment
  • Slide 50
  • John McM Mennel MD
  • 1992 ndash 2002 Nikolai Bogduk
  • 2000 Burns Centenary Appreciation Findings Presented in 1899 confirmed April 2000 JAOA Vol100 No4 p259-264
  • 2004 Sherrington Centenary Appreciation Noble Prize winning Findings which were buried by the AMA Presented in 1904 confirmed
  • Slide 55
  • Slide 56
  • RICHARD SMITH Ed BMJ Where is the Wisdom The Poverty of Medical Evidence
  • Editorials The scandal of poor medical research
  • CLOSING STATEMENT CALL TO ACTION
Page 30: Tariq Faridi Palmer Palmer South January15

bull CONVERT SLIDE BELOW INTO THREE SLIDES ONE WITH JUDGE

bull SUSANbull GETZENDANNERbull LADY IN GLASSES

BELOW

1967 Chester Wilk

AMA Found Guilty of Conspiracy and Fraud The suit claimed that the defendants had participated for years in an illegal conspiracy to destroy chiropractic On August 24 1987 after endless wrangling in the courts

US District Court judge Susan Getzendanner ruled that the AMA and its officials were guilty as charged of attempting to eliminate the chiropractic profession

The AMA offered a patient care defense however data from Workmens Compensation Bureau studies served to validate chiropractic care Specifically studies comparing chiropractic

care to care by a medical physician were presented which showed that chiropractors were ldquotwice as effective as

medical physicians for comparable injuries in returning injured workers to work at every level of injury severityrdquoEvidence at the trial showed that the defendants took active steps often covert to undermine chiropractic educational

institutions conceal evidence of the usefulness of chiropractic care undercut insurance programs for patients of chiropractors subvert government inquiries into the efficacy of chiropractic engage in a massive disinformation campaign to

discredit and destabilize the chiropractic profession and engage in numerous other activities to maintain a medical

physician monopoly over health care in this country

Chester Wilk

Attorney G McAndrews

John J Bonica

Bonica JJ Autonomic Innervation of the Viscera in Relation to Nerve

Block Anesthesiology 29293-813 Jul-Aug 68

1975 Elizabeth Lomax Comments On Her Findings Based on 250 Year Literature

Review

Research Status of Spinal Manipulative Therapy in 1975 historian Elizabeth Lomax MD presented her findings to the US government stating that as a result of her two hundred and fifty year scrutiny of scientific literature the physician

could clinch the diagnosis by finding tenderness in the appropriate vertebra

She Studied Articles Published between 1725 and 1975 (referenced the works by Andre Nicholas to Osler Head

Sherrington and Pre Beal Authors

1976 Irvin M Korr (Part 1)

The Spinal Cord as the Organizer of Disease

Processes Some Preliminary

Perspectives

1979 Irvin M Korr (Part 2)

The Spinal Cord as the Organizer of Disease

Processes The Peripheral Autonomic

Nervous System

1979 Irvin M Korr (Part 3)

The Spinal Cord as the Organizer of Disease

Processes Hyperactivity of sympathetic innervation

as a common factor in disease

1981 Irvin M Korr (Part 4)

The Spinal Cord as the Organizer of Disease Processes Axonal

transport and neurotrophic function in relation to somatic dysfunction

1983 Myron Beal Viscerosomtic Reflexes Review of the Literature

tabulating 142 Studiesby Author and Vertebral Segment

1983 Myron Beal Viscerosomtic Reflexes Review of the Literature

tabulating 142 Studies by Author and Vertebral Segment

1983 Myron Beal Viscerosomtic Reflexes Review of the Literature

tabulating 142 Studies by Author and Vertebral Segment

John McM Mennel MD

bull In a paper Understanding Manipulative Medicine in General Practice published in JMPT in 1989 states Then suddenly we find ourselves in practice where 80 of our patients complain to us for some sort of musculo-skeletal pain 80 may sound high yet remember that visceral and systemic diseases very frequently manifest themselves initially as musculoskeletal painldquo

bull Again John McM Mennel concludes his article as follows Joint dysfunction is not only a diagnosis but an early sign of visceral and systemic diseases

1992 ndash 2002 Nikolai Bogdukbull Only Structures Innervated by c1-c3 are known to cause Migrainesbull Example of Headache Pills ndash Imitrex ndash Naproxen ndash 2

ldquoCervicogenic headache is pain perceived in the head but referred from a primary sourcen in the cervical spine The physiologic basis for this pain is convergence between trigeminal afferents and afferents from the upper three cervical spinal nerves The possible sources of cervicogenic headache lie in the structures innervated by the C1 to C3 spinal nerves and include the upper cervical synovial joints the upper cervical muscles the C2-3 disc the vertebral and internal carotid arteries and the dura mater of the upper spinal cord and posterior cranial fossa Experiments in normal volunteers have established that the cervical muscles and joints can be sources of headacherdquo

bull Bogduk Nikolai The anatomical basis for cervicogenic headache JMPT 1567-70 January 1992

bull Bogduk N Curr Pain Headache Rep Cervicogenic headache anatomic basis and pathophysiologic mechanisms 2001 Aug5(4)382-6

Abstract The neuroanatomical basis for cervicogenic headache is convergence in the trigeminocervical nucleus between nociceptive afferents from the field of the trigemenial nerve and the receptive fields of the first three cervical nerves Only structures innervated by C1-C3 have been shown to be capable of causing headache These are the muscles joints and ligaments of the upper three cervical segments but also include the dura mater of the spinal cord and posterior cranial fossa and the vertebral artery

2000 Burns Centenary Appreciation

Findings Presented in 1899 confirmed

April 2000 JAOA Vol100 No4 p259-264

2004 Sherrington Centenary Appreciation Noble Prize winning

Findings which were buried by the AMA Presented in 1904 confirmed

In 1906 Sir Charles Sherrington published The Integrative Action of the Nervous System which was a collection of ten lectures delivered two years before at Yale University in the United States In this monograph

Sherrington summarized two decades of painstaking experimental observations and his incisive interpretation of them It settled the then-

current debate between the lsquolsquoReticular Theoryrsquorsquo versus lsquolsquoNeuron Doctrinersquorsquo ideas about the fundamental nature of the nervous system in mammals in favor of the latter and it changed forever the way in which subsequent generations have viewed the organization of the central

nervous system Sherringtonrsquos magnum opus contains basic concepts and even terminology that are now second nature to every student of the subject This brief article reviews the historical context in which the book was written summarizes its content and considers its impact on

Neurology and Neuroscience

2004 Sherrington Centenary Appreciation Noble Prize winning

Findings which were buried by the AMA Presented in 1904 confirmed

lsquo he is the scientistrsquos philosopher because he had advanced natural knowledge himself by skilled observation and experiment by 50 yearsrsquo

unremitting work in the laboratory and because his own interpretation of his discoveries had given a new extension to the biologistrsquos outlook Physiologists will know this well enough To those who have had to struggle with the mass of detailed material about the brain and cord

Sherringtonrsquos Integrative Action of the Nervous System brings order out of chaos it is hard reading at first because every sentence is charged with meaning some of it direct enough but some reaching out to half formed pictures of wider landscape Though it was published in 1906 it

is still as refreshing as it was then It has needed no revision but Sherringtonrsquos experimental work went on at high pressure for another 30

years filling in the gaps and strengthening the framework rsquo

SPEND FOUR HOURS TRAINING CArsquoS

going over article summaries to build their confidence in

Chiropractic

RICHARD SMITH Ed BMJ

Where is the Wisdom The Poverty of Medical Evidence

Where is the wisdom we have lost in knowledge and where asked T S Eliot is the knowledge we have lost in information There are perhaps 30000 biomedical journals in the world and they have grown steadily by 7 a year since the seventeenth century [1 2] Yet only about 15 of medical interventions are supported by solid scientific evidence David Eddy professor of health policy and management at Duke University North Carolina told a conference in Manchester last week

This is partly because only 1 of the articles in medical journals are scientifically sound [2 3] and partly because many treatments have never been assessed at all If said Professor Eddy it is true as the total quality management gurus tell us that lsquoevery defect is a treasurersquo then we are sitting on King Solomons mineldquo

BMJ 1991 (Oct 5)303798ndash9

Editorials The scandal of poor medical research

bull We need less research better research and research done for the right reasons

bull What should we think about a doctor who uses the wrong treatment either willfully or through ignorance or who uses the right treatment wrongly (such as by giving the wrong dose of a drug) Most people would agree that such behavior was unprofessional arguably unethical and certainly unacceptable

bull What then should we think about researchers who use the wrong techniques (either willfully or in ignorance) use the right techniques wrongly misinterpret their results report their results selectively cite the literature selectively and draw unjustified conclusions We should be appalled Yet numerous studies of the medical literature in both general and specialist journals have shown that all of the above phenomena are common This is surely a scandal

bull BMJ 1994308283-284 (29 January)

CLOSING STATEMENTCALL TO ACTION

Max Planck QuoteldquoA scientific truth does not triumph by

convincing its opponents and making them see the light but rather because its opponents eventually die and a new

generation grows up that is familiar with itrdquo

  • BIBLICAL FOUNDATION THAT INSPIRED MY DOCTORAL THESIS Viscero-Spinal and Spino-Visceral Syndromes Palpatory and Radiological Findings and Spinal Manipulative Therapy Vertebra By Vertebra Nerve By Nerve Clinical Management Couresowork amp Patient Education Visual Software Design Dedicated to JULIANA FARIDI Who Died In My Lap as a result of an undetected uncorrected Atlanto-Axial Subluxation which caused Hangmanrsquos Fracture at the Atlas Axis Vertebra The devastating effects of an undetected uncorrected subluxation Is loss of human life ndash In this case the life of my daughter
  • Slide 2
  • Slide 3
  • Slide 4
  • OPENING STATEMENT
  • Purpose of Sharing this Information
  • Slide 7
  • Slide 8
  • Slide 9
  • The Edwin Smith Papyrus
  • Slide 11
  • Slide 12
  • Slide 13
  • Decades Of Scientific Validation Based on a Foundation of Two Millennia
  • Slide 15
  • Slide 16
  • Expand Font Size Of Text Below Split in 3 or more Slides
  • Slide 18
  • Slide 19
  • Slide 20
  • Expand Font Size Of Text Below Split
  • 1867 James Paget Cases that bonesetters cure BMJ JANUARY 5 1867
  • 1887-1896 James Mackenzie Some Points Bearing on the Association of Sensory Disorders and Visceral Disease
  • 1893 Henry Head
  • Text From Head Article
  • Slide 26
  • Expand Font Size Of Text Below Split text into 2 slides
  • Slide 28
  • 1907 Louisa Burns Viscero-Somatic and Somato Visceral Spinal Reflexes (Hypothesis - Case Study ndash Animal Study Human Study Consensus) ndash 1927 (17 years per Institute of Medicine)
  • Expand Font Size Of Text Below Split text into Several slides PLEASE RETYPE
  • Slide 31
  • Slide 32
  • Slide 33
  • 1935 Sherrington Noble Prizes in Physiology and Medicine
  • Slide 35
  • 1967 Chester Wilk AMA Found Guilty of Conspiracy and Fraud
  • Slide 37
  • John J Bonica
  • 1975 Elizabeth Lomax Comments On Her Findings Based on 250 Year Literature Review
  • 1976 Irvin M Korr
  • Slide 41
  • 1979 Irvin M Korr (Part 2)
  • Slide 43
  • 1979 Irvin M Korr (Part 3)
  • Slide 45
  • 1981 Irvin M Korr (Part 4)
  • Slide 47
  • 1983 Myron Beal Viscerosomtic Reflexes Review of the Literature tabulating 142 Studiesby Author and Vertebral Segment
  • 1983 Myron Beal Viscerosomtic Reflexes Review of the Literature tabulating 142 Studies by Author and Vertebral Segment
  • Slide 50
  • John McM Mennel MD
  • 1992 ndash 2002 Nikolai Bogduk
  • 2000 Burns Centenary Appreciation Findings Presented in 1899 confirmed April 2000 JAOA Vol100 No4 p259-264
  • 2004 Sherrington Centenary Appreciation Noble Prize winning Findings which were buried by the AMA Presented in 1904 confirmed
  • Slide 55
  • Slide 56
  • RICHARD SMITH Ed BMJ Where is the Wisdom The Poverty of Medical Evidence
  • Editorials The scandal of poor medical research
  • CLOSING STATEMENT CALL TO ACTION
Page 31: Tariq Faridi Palmer Palmer South January15

1967 Chester Wilk

AMA Found Guilty of Conspiracy and Fraud The suit claimed that the defendants had participated for years in an illegal conspiracy to destroy chiropractic On August 24 1987 after endless wrangling in the courts

US District Court judge Susan Getzendanner ruled that the AMA and its officials were guilty as charged of attempting to eliminate the chiropractic profession

The AMA offered a patient care defense however data from Workmens Compensation Bureau studies served to validate chiropractic care Specifically studies comparing chiropractic

care to care by a medical physician were presented which showed that chiropractors were ldquotwice as effective as

medical physicians for comparable injuries in returning injured workers to work at every level of injury severityrdquoEvidence at the trial showed that the defendants took active steps often covert to undermine chiropractic educational

institutions conceal evidence of the usefulness of chiropractic care undercut insurance programs for patients of chiropractors subvert government inquiries into the efficacy of chiropractic engage in a massive disinformation campaign to

discredit and destabilize the chiropractic profession and engage in numerous other activities to maintain a medical

physician monopoly over health care in this country

Chester Wilk

Attorney G McAndrews

John J Bonica

Bonica JJ Autonomic Innervation of the Viscera in Relation to Nerve

Block Anesthesiology 29293-813 Jul-Aug 68

1975 Elizabeth Lomax Comments On Her Findings Based on 250 Year Literature

Review

Research Status of Spinal Manipulative Therapy in 1975 historian Elizabeth Lomax MD presented her findings to the US government stating that as a result of her two hundred and fifty year scrutiny of scientific literature the physician

could clinch the diagnosis by finding tenderness in the appropriate vertebra

She Studied Articles Published between 1725 and 1975 (referenced the works by Andre Nicholas to Osler Head

Sherrington and Pre Beal Authors

1976 Irvin M Korr (Part 1)

The Spinal Cord as the Organizer of Disease

Processes Some Preliminary

Perspectives

1979 Irvin M Korr (Part 2)

The Spinal Cord as the Organizer of Disease

Processes The Peripheral Autonomic

Nervous System

1979 Irvin M Korr (Part 3)

The Spinal Cord as the Organizer of Disease

Processes Hyperactivity of sympathetic innervation

as a common factor in disease

1981 Irvin M Korr (Part 4)

The Spinal Cord as the Organizer of Disease Processes Axonal

transport and neurotrophic function in relation to somatic dysfunction

1983 Myron Beal Viscerosomtic Reflexes Review of the Literature

tabulating 142 Studiesby Author and Vertebral Segment

1983 Myron Beal Viscerosomtic Reflexes Review of the Literature

tabulating 142 Studies by Author and Vertebral Segment

1983 Myron Beal Viscerosomtic Reflexes Review of the Literature

tabulating 142 Studies by Author and Vertebral Segment

John McM Mennel MD

bull In a paper Understanding Manipulative Medicine in General Practice published in JMPT in 1989 states Then suddenly we find ourselves in practice where 80 of our patients complain to us for some sort of musculo-skeletal pain 80 may sound high yet remember that visceral and systemic diseases very frequently manifest themselves initially as musculoskeletal painldquo

bull Again John McM Mennel concludes his article as follows Joint dysfunction is not only a diagnosis but an early sign of visceral and systemic diseases

1992 ndash 2002 Nikolai Bogdukbull Only Structures Innervated by c1-c3 are known to cause Migrainesbull Example of Headache Pills ndash Imitrex ndash Naproxen ndash 2

ldquoCervicogenic headache is pain perceived in the head but referred from a primary sourcen in the cervical spine The physiologic basis for this pain is convergence between trigeminal afferents and afferents from the upper three cervical spinal nerves The possible sources of cervicogenic headache lie in the structures innervated by the C1 to C3 spinal nerves and include the upper cervical synovial joints the upper cervical muscles the C2-3 disc the vertebral and internal carotid arteries and the dura mater of the upper spinal cord and posterior cranial fossa Experiments in normal volunteers have established that the cervical muscles and joints can be sources of headacherdquo

bull Bogduk Nikolai The anatomical basis for cervicogenic headache JMPT 1567-70 January 1992

bull Bogduk N Curr Pain Headache Rep Cervicogenic headache anatomic basis and pathophysiologic mechanisms 2001 Aug5(4)382-6

Abstract The neuroanatomical basis for cervicogenic headache is convergence in the trigeminocervical nucleus between nociceptive afferents from the field of the trigemenial nerve and the receptive fields of the first three cervical nerves Only structures innervated by C1-C3 have been shown to be capable of causing headache These are the muscles joints and ligaments of the upper three cervical segments but also include the dura mater of the spinal cord and posterior cranial fossa and the vertebral artery

2000 Burns Centenary Appreciation

Findings Presented in 1899 confirmed

April 2000 JAOA Vol100 No4 p259-264

2004 Sherrington Centenary Appreciation Noble Prize winning

Findings which were buried by the AMA Presented in 1904 confirmed

In 1906 Sir Charles Sherrington published The Integrative Action of the Nervous System which was a collection of ten lectures delivered two years before at Yale University in the United States In this monograph

Sherrington summarized two decades of painstaking experimental observations and his incisive interpretation of them It settled the then-

current debate between the lsquolsquoReticular Theoryrsquorsquo versus lsquolsquoNeuron Doctrinersquorsquo ideas about the fundamental nature of the nervous system in mammals in favor of the latter and it changed forever the way in which subsequent generations have viewed the organization of the central

nervous system Sherringtonrsquos magnum opus contains basic concepts and even terminology that are now second nature to every student of the subject This brief article reviews the historical context in which the book was written summarizes its content and considers its impact on

Neurology and Neuroscience

2004 Sherrington Centenary Appreciation Noble Prize winning

Findings which were buried by the AMA Presented in 1904 confirmed

lsquo he is the scientistrsquos philosopher because he had advanced natural knowledge himself by skilled observation and experiment by 50 yearsrsquo

unremitting work in the laboratory and because his own interpretation of his discoveries had given a new extension to the biologistrsquos outlook Physiologists will know this well enough To those who have had to struggle with the mass of detailed material about the brain and cord

Sherringtonrsquos Integrative Action of the Nervous System brings order out of chaos it is hard reading at first because every sentence is charged with meaning some of it direct enough but some reaching out to half formed pictures of wider landscape Though it was published in 1906 it

is still as refreshing as it was then It has needed no revision but Sherringtonrsquos experimental work went on at high pressure for another 30

years filling in the gaps and strengthening the framework rsquo

SPEND FOUR HOURS TRAINING CArsquoS

going over article summaries to build their confidence in

Chiropractic

RICHARD SMITH Ed BMJ

Where is the Wisdom The Poverty of Medical Evidence

Where is the wisdom we have lost in knowledge and where asked T S Eliot is the knowledge we have lost in information There are perhaps 30000 biomedical journals in the world and they have grown steadily by 7 a year since the seventeenth century [1 2] Yet only about 15 of medical interventions are supported by solid scientific evidence David Eddy professor of health policy and management at Duke University North Carolina told a conference in Manchester last week

This is partly because only 1 of the articles in medical journals are scientifically sound [2 3] and partly because many treatments have never been assessed at all If said Professor Eddy it is true as the total quality management gurus tell us that lsquoevery defect is a treasurersquo then we are sitting on King Solomons mineldquo

BMJ 1991 (Oct 5)303798ndash9

Editorials The scandal of poor medical research

bull We need less research better research and research done for the right reasons

bull What should we think about a doctor who uses the wrong treatment either willfully or through ignorance or who uses the right treatment wrongly (such as by giving the wrong dose of a drug) Most people would agree that such behavior was unprofessional arguably unethical and certainly unacceptable

bull What then should we think about researchers who use the wrong techniques (either willfully or in ignorance) use the right techniques wrongly misinterpret their results report their results selectively cite the literature selectively and draw unjustified conclusions We should be appalled Yet numerous studies of the medical literature in both general and specialist journals have shown that all of the above phenomena are common This is surely a scandal

bull BMJ 1994308283-284 (29 January)

CLOSING STATEMENTCALL TO ACTION

Max Planck QuoteldquoA scientific truth does not triumph by

convincing its opponents and making them see the light but rather because its opponents eventually die and a new

generation grows up that is familiar with itrdquo

  • BIBLICAL FOUNDATION THAT INSPIRED MY DOCTORAL THESIS Viscero-Spinal and Spino-Visceral Syndromes Palpatory and Radiological Findings and Spinal Manipulative Therapy Vertebra By Vertebra Nerve By Nerve Clinical Management Couresowork amp Patient Education Visual Software Design Dedicated to JULIANA FARIDI Who Died In My Lap as a result of an undetected uncorrected Atlanto-Axial Subluxation which caused Hangmanrsquos Fracture at the Atlas Axis Vertebra The devastating effects of an undetected uncorrected subluxation Is loss of human life ndash In this case the life of my daughter
  • Slide 2
  • Slide 3
  • Slide 4
  • OPENING STATEMENT
  • Purpose of Sharing this Information
  • Slide 7
  • Slide 8
  • Slide 9
  • The Edwin Smith Papyrus
  • Slide 11
  • Slide 12
  • Slide 13
  • Decades Of Scientific Validation Based on a Foundation of Two Millennia
  • Slide 15
  • Slide 16
  • Expand Font Size Of Text Below Split in 3 or more Slides
  • Slide 18
  • Slide 19
  • Slide 20
  • Expand Font Size Of Text Below Split
  • 1867 James Paget Cases that bonesetters cure BMJ JANUARY 5 1867
  • 1887-1896 James Mackenzie Some Points Bearing on the Association of Sensory Disorders and Visceral Disease
  • 1893 Henry Head
  • Text From Head Article
  • Slide 26
  • Expand Font Size Of Text Below Split text into 2 slides
  • Slide 28
  • 1907 Louisa Burns Viscero-Somatic and Somato Visceral Spinal Reflexes (Hypothesis - Case Study ndash Animal Study Human Study Consensus) ndash 1927 (17 years per Institute of Medicine)
  • Expand Font Size Of Text Below Split text into Several slides PLEASE RETYPE
  • Slide 31
  • Slide 32
  • Slide 33
  • 1935 Sherrington Noble Prizes in Physiology and Medicine
  • Slide 35
  • 1967 Chester Wilk AMA Found Guilty of Conspiracy and Fraud
  • Slide 37
  • John J Bonica
  • 1975 Elizabeth Lomax Comments On Her Findings Based on 250 Year Literature Review
  • 1976 Irvin M Korr
  • Slide 41
  • 1979 Irvin M Korr (Part 2)
  • Slide 43
  • 1979 Irvin M Korr (Part 3)
  • Slide 45
  • 1981 Irvin M Korr (Part 4)
  • Slide 47
  • 1983 Myron Beal Viscerosomtic Reflexes Review of the Literature tabulating 142 Studiesby Author and Vertebral Segment
  • 1983 Myron Beal Viscerosomtic Reflexes Review of the Literature tabulating 142 Studies by Author and Vertebral Segment
  • Slide 50
  • John McM Mennel MD
  • 1992 ndash 2002 Nikolai Bogduk
  • 2000 Burns Centenary Appreciation Findings Presented in 1899 confirmed April 2000 JAOA Vol100 No4 p259-264
  • 2004 Sherrington Centenary Appreciation Noble Prize winning Findings which were buried by the AMA Presented in 1904 confirmed
  • Slide 55
  • Slide 56
  • RICHARD SMITH Ed BMJ Where is the Wisdom The Poverty of Medical Evidence
  • Editorials The scandal of poor medical research
  • CLOSING STATEMENT CALL TO ACTION
Page 32: Tariq Faridi Palmer Palmer South January15

John J Bonica

Bonica JJ Autonomic Innervation of the Viscera in Relation to Nerve

Block Anesthesiology 29293-813 Jul-Aug 68

1975 Elizabeth Lomax Comments On Her Findings Based on 250 Year Literature

Review

Research Status of Spinal Manipulative Therapy in 1975 historian Elizabeth Lomax MD presented her findings to the US government stating that as a result of her two hundred and fifty year scrutiny of scientific literature the physician

could clinch the diagnosis by finding tenderness in the appropriate vertebra

She Studied Articles Published between 1725 and 1975 (referenced the works by Andre Nicholas to Osler Head

Sherrington and Pre Beal Authors

1976 Irvin M Korr (Part 1)

The Spinal Cord as the Organizer of Disease

Processes Some Preliminary

Perspectives

1979 Irvin M Korr (Part 2)

The Spinal Cord as the Organizer of Disease

Processes The Peripheral Autonomic

Nervous System

1979 Irvin M Korr (Part 3)

The Spinal Cord as the Organizer of Disease

Processes Hyperactivity of sympathetic innervation

as a common factor in disease

1981 Irvin M Korr (Part 4)

The Spinal Cord as the Organizer of Disease Processes Axonal

transport and neurotrophic function in relation to somatic dysfunction

1983 Myron Beal Viscerosomtic Reflexes Review of the Literature

tabulating 142 Studiesby Author and Vertebral Segment

1983 Myron Beal Viscerosomtic Reflexes Review of the Literature

tabulating 142 Studies by Author and Vertebral Segment

1983 Myron Beal Viscerosomtic Reflexes Review of the Literature

tabulating 142 Studies by Author and Vertebral Segment

John McM Mennel MD

bull In a paper Understanding Manipulative Medicine in General Practice published in JMPT in 1989 states Then suddenly we find ourselves in practice where 80 of our patients complain to us for some sort of musculo-skeletal pain 80 may sound high yet remember that visceral and systemic diseases very frequently manifest themselves initially as musculoskeletal painldquo

bull Again John McM Mennel concludes his article as follows Joint dysfunction is not only a diagnosis but an early sign of visceral and systemic diseases

1992 ndash 2002 Nikolai Bogdukbull Only Structures Innervated by c1-c3 are known to cause Migrainesbull Example of Headache Pills ndash Imitrex ndash Naproxen ndash 2

ldquoCervicogenic headache is pain perceived in the head but referred from a primary sourcen in the cervical spine The physiologic basis for this pain is convergence between trigeminal afferents and afferents from the upper three cervical spinal nerves The possible sources of cervicogenic headache lie in the structures innervated by the C1 to C3 spinal nerves and include the upper cervical synovial joints the upper cervical muscles the C2-3 disc the vertebral and internal carotid arteries and the dura mater of the upper spinal cord and posterior cranial fossa Experiments in normal volunteers have established that the cervical muscles and joints can be sources of headacherdquo

bull Bogduk Nikolai The anatomical basis for cervicogenic headache JMPT 1567-70 January 1992

bull Bogduk N Curr Pain Headache Rep Cervicogenic headache anatomic basis and pathophysiologic mechanisms 2001 Aug5(4)382-6

Abstract The neuroanatomical basis for cervicogenic headache is convergence in the trigeminocervical nucleus between nociceptive afferents from the field of the trigemenial nerve and the receptive fields of the first three cervical nerves Only structures innervated by C1-C3 have been shown to be capable of causing headache These are the muscles joints and ligaments of the upper three cervical segments but also include the dura mater of the spinal cord and posterior cranial fossa and the vertebral artery

2000 Burns Centenary Appreciation

Findings Presented in 1899 confirmed

April 2000 JAOA Vol100 No4 p259-264

2004 Sherrington Centenary Appreciation Noble Prize winning

Findings which were buried by the AMA Presented in 1904 confirmed

In 1906 Sir Charles Sherrington published The Integrative Action of the Nervous System which was a collection of ten lectures delivered two years before at Yale University in the United States In this monograph

Sherrington summarized two decades of painstaking experimental observations and his incisive interpretation of them It settled the then-

current debate between the lsquolsquoReticular Theoryrsquorsquo versus lsquolsquoNeuron Doctrinersquorsquo ideas about the fundamental nature of the nervous system in mammals in favor of the latter and it changed forever the way in which subsequent generations have viewed the organization of the central

nervous system Sherringtonrsquos magnum opus contains basic concepts and even terminology that are now second nature to every student of the subject This brief article reviews the historical context in which the book was written summarizes its content and considers its impact on

Neurology and Neuroscience

2004 Sherrington Centenary Appreciation Noble Prize winning

Findings which were buried by the AMA Presented in 1904 confirmed

lsquo he is the scientistrsquos philosopher because he had advanced natural knowledge himself by skilled observation and experiment by 50 yearsrsquo

unremitting work in the laboratory and because his own interpretation of his discoveries had given a new extension to the biologistrsquos outlook Physiologists will know this well enough To those who have had to struggle with the mass of detailed material about the brain and cord

Sherringtonrsquos Integrative Action of the Nervous System brings order out of chaos it is hard reading at first because every sentence is charged with meaning some of it direct enough but some reaching out to half formed pictures of wider landscape Though it was published in 1906 it

is still as refreshing as it was then It has needed no revision but Sherringtonrsquos experimental work went on at high pressure for another 30

years filling in the gaps and strengthening the framework rsquo

SPEND FOUR HOURS TRAINING CArsquoS

going over article summaries to build their confidence in

Chiropractic

RICHARD SMITH Ed BMJ

Where is the Wisdom The Poverty of Medical Evidence

Where is the wisdom we have lost in knowledge and where asked T S Eliot is the knowledge we have lost in information There are perhaps 30000 biomedical journals in the world and they have grown steadily by 7 a year since the seventeenth century [1 2] Yet only about 15 of medical interventions are supported by solid scientific evidence David Eddy professor of health policy and management at Duke University North Carolina told a conference in Manchester last week

This is partly because only 1 of the articles in medical journals are scientifically sound [2 3] and partly because many treatments have never been assessed at all If said Professor Eddy it is true as the total quality management gurus tell us that lsquoevery defect is a treasurersquo then we are sitting on King Solomons mineldquo

BMJ 1991 (Oct 5)303798ndash9

Editorials The scandal of poor medical research

bull We need less research better research and research done for the right reasons

bull What should we think about a doctor who uses the wrong treatment either willfully or through ignorance or who uses the right treatment wrongly (such as by giving the wrong dose of a drug) Most people would agree that such behavior was unprofessional arguably unethical and certainly unacceptable

bull What then should we think about researchers who use the wrong techniques (either willfully or in ignorance) use the right techniques wrongly misinterpret their results report their results selectively cite the literature selectively and draw unjustified conclusions We should be appalled Yet numerous studies of the medical literature in both general and specialist journals have shown that all of the above phenomena are common This is surely a scandal

bull BMJ 1994308283-284 (29 January)

CLOSING STATEMENTCALL TO ACTION

Max Planck QuoteldquoA scientific truth does not triumph by

convincing its opponents and making them see the light but rather because its opponents eventually die and a new

generation grows up that is familiar with itrdquo

  • BIBLICAL FOUNDATION THAT INSPIRED MY DOCTORAL THESIS Viscero-Spinal and Spino-Visceral Syndromes Palpatory and Radiological Findings and Spinal Manipulative Therapy Vertebra By Vertebra Nerve By Nerve Clinical Management Couresowork amp Patient Education Visual Software Design Dedicated to JULIANA FARIDI Who Died In My Lap as a result of an undetected uncorrected Atlanto-Axial Subluxation which caused Hangmanrsquos Fracture at the Atlas Axis Vertebra The devastating effects of an undetected uncorrected subluxation Is loss of human life ndash In this case the life of my daughter
  • Slide 2
  • Slide 3
  • Slide 4
  • OPENING STATEMENT
  • Purpose of Sharing this Information
  • Slide 7
  • Slide 8
  • Slide 9
  • The Edwin Smith Papyrus
  • Slide 11
  • Slide 12
  • Slide 13
  • Decades Of Scientific Validation Based on a Foundation of Two Millennia
  • Slide 15
  • Slide 16
  • Expand Font Size Of Text Below Split in 3 or more Slides
  • Slide 18
  • Slide 19
  • Slide 20
  • Expand Font Size Of Text Below Split
  • 1867 James Paget Cases that bonesetters cure BMJ JANUARY 5 1867
  • 1887-1896 James Mackenzie Some Points Bearing on the Association of Sensory Disorders and Visceral Disease
  • 1893 Henry Head
  • Text From Head Article
  • Slide 26
  • Expand Font Size Of Text Below Split text into 2 slides
  • Slide 28
  • 1907 Louisa Burns Viscero-Somatic and Somato Visceral Spinal Reflexes (Hypothesis - Case Study ndash Animal Study Human Study Consensus) ndash 1927 (17 years per Institute of Medicine)
  • Expand Font Size Of Text Below Split text into Several slides PLEASE RETYPE
  • Slide 31
  • Slide 32
  • Slide 33
  • 1935 Sherrington Noble Prizes in Physiology and Medicine
  • Slide 35
  • 1967 Chester Wilk AMA Found Guilty of Conspiracy and Fraud
  • Slide 37
  • John J Bonica
  • 1975 Elizabeth Lomax Comments On Her Findings Based on 250 Year Literature Review
  • 1976 Irvin M Korr
  • Slide 41
  • 1979 Irvin M Korr (Part 2)
  • Slide 43
  • 1979 Irvin M Korr (Part 3)
  • Slide 45
  • 1981 Irvin M Korr (Part 4)
  • Slide 47
  • 1983 Myron Beal Viscerosomtic Reflexes Review of the Literature tabulating 142 Studiesby Author and Vertebral Segment
  • 1983 Myron Beal Viscerosomtic Reflexes Review of the Literature tabulating 142 Studies by Author and Vertebral Segment
  • Slide 50
  • John McM Mennel MD
  • 1992 ndash 2002 Nikolai Bogduk
  • 2000 Burns Centenary Appreciation Findings Presented in 1899 confirmed April 2000 JAOA Vol100 No4 p259-264
  • 2004 Sherrington Centenary Appreciation Noble Prize winning Findings which were buried by the AMA Presented in 1904 confirmed
  • Slide 55
  • Slide 56
  • RICHARD SMITH Ed BMJ Where is the Wisdom The Poverty of Medical Evidence
  • Editorials The scandal of poor medical research
  • CLOSING STATEMENT CALL TO ACTION
Page 33: Tariq Faridi Palmer Palmer South January15

1975 Elizabeth Lomax Comments On Her Findings Based on 250 Year Literature

Review

Research Status of Spinal Manipulative Therapy in 1975 historian Elizabeth Lomax MD presented her findings to the US government stating that as a result of her two hundred and fifty year scrutiny of scientific literature the physician

could clinch the diagnosis by finding tenderness in the appropriate vertebra

She Studied Articles Published between 1725 and 1975 (referenced the works by Andre Nicholas to Osler Head

Sherrington and Pre Beal Authors

1976 Irvin M Korr (Part 1)

The Spinal Cord as the Organizer of Disease

Processes Some Preliminary

Perspectives

1979 Irvin M Korr (Part 2)

The Spinal Cord as the Organizer of Disease

Processes The Peripheral Autonomic

Nervous System

1979 Irvin M Korr (Part 3)

The Spinal Cord as the Organizer of Disease

Processes Hyperactivity of sympathetic innervation

as a common factor in disease

1981 Irvin M Korr (Part 4)

The Spinal Cord as the Organizer of Disease Processes Axonal

transport and neurotrophic function in relation to somatic dysfunction

1983 Myron Beal Viscerosomtic Reflexes Review of the Literature

tabulating 142 Studiesby Author and Vertebral Segment

1983 Myron Beal Viscerosomtic Reflexes Review of the Literature

tabulating 142 Studies by Author and Vertebral Segment

1983 Myron Beal Viscerosomtic Reflexes Review of the Literature

tabulating 142 Studies by Author and Vertebral Segment

John McM Mennel MD

bull In a paper Understanding Manipulative Medicine in General Practice published in JMPT in 1989 states Then suddenly we find ourselves in practice where 80 of our patients complain to us for some sort of musculo-skeletal pain 80 may sound high yet remember that visceral and systemic diseases very frequently manifest themselves initially as musculoskeletal painldquo

bull Again John McM Mennel concludes his article as follows Joint dysfunction is not only a diagnosis but an early sign of visceral and systemic diseases

1992 ndash 2002 Nikolai Bogdukbull Only Structures Innervated by c1-c3 are known to cause Migrainesbull Example of Headache Pills ndash Imitrex ndash Naproxen ndash 2

ldquoCervicogenic headache is pain perceived in the head but referred from a primary sourcen in the cervical spine The physiologic basis for this pain is convergence between trigeminal afferents and afferents from the upper three cervical spinal nerves The possible sources of cervicogenic headache lie in the structures innervated by the C1 to C3 spinal nerves and include the upper cervical synovial joints the upper cervical muscles the C2-3 disc the vertebral and internal carotid arteries and the dura mater of the upper spinal cord and posterior cranial fossa Experiments in normal volunteers have established that the cervical muscles and joints can be sources of headacherdquo

bull Bogduk Nikolai The anatomical basis for cervicogenic headache JMPT 1567-70 January 1992

bull Bogduk N Curr Pain Headache Rep Cervicogenic headache anatomic basis and pathophysiologic mechanisms 2001 Aug5(4)382-6

Abstract The neuroanatomical basis for cervicogenic headache is convergence in the trigeminocervical nucleus between nociceptive afferents from the field of the trigemenial nerve and the receptive fields of the first three cervical nerves Only structures innervated by C1-C3 have been shown to be capable of causing headache These are the muscles joints and ligaments of the upper three cervical segments but also include the dura mater of the spinal cord and posterior cranial fossa and the vertebral artery

2000 Burns Centenary Appreciation

Findings Presented in 1899 confirmed

April 2000 JAOA Vol100 No4 p259-264

2004 Sherrington Centenary Appreciation Noble Prize winning

Findings which were buried by the AMA Presented in 1904 confirmed

In 1906 Sir Charles Sherrington published The Integrative Action of the Nervous System which was a collection of ten lectures delivered two years before at Yale University in the United States In this monograph

Sherrington summarized two decades of painstaking experimental observations and his incisive interpretation of them It settled the then-

current debate between the lsquolsquoReticular Theoryrsquorsquo versus lsquolsquoNeuron Doctrinersquorsquo ideas about the fundamental nature of the nervous system in mammals in favor of the latter and it changed forever the way in which subsequent generations have viewed the organization of the central

nervous system Sherringtonrsquos magnum opus contains basic concepts and even terminology that are now second nature to every student of the subject This brief article reviews the historical context in which the book was written summarizes its content and considers its impact on

Neurology and Neuroscience

2004 Sherrington Centenary Appreciation Noble Prize winning

Findings which were buried by the AMA Presented in 1904 confirmed

lsquo he is the scientistrsquos philosopher because he had advanced natural knowledge himself by skilled observation and experiment by 50 yearsrsquo

unremitting work in the laboratory and because his own interpretation of his discoveries had given a new extension to the biologistrsquos outlook Physiologists will know this well enough To those who have had to struggle with the mass of detailed material about the brain and cord

Sherringtonrsquos Integrative Action of the Nervous System brings order out of chaos it is hard reading at first because every sentence is charged with meaning some of it direct enough but some reaching out to half formed pictures of wider landscape Though it was published in 1906 it

is still as refreshing as it was then It has needed no revision but Sherringtonrsquos experimental work went on at high pressure for another 30

years filling in the gaps and strengthening the framework rsquo

SPEND FOUR HOURS TRAINING CArsquoS

going over article summaries to build their confidence in

Chiropractic

RICHARD SMITH Ed BMJ

Where is the Wisdom The Poverty of Medical Evidence

Where is the wisdom we have lost in knowledge and where asked T S Eliot is the knowledge we have lost in information There are perhaps 30000 biomedical journals in the world and they have grown steadily by 7 a year since the seventeenth century [1 2] Yet only about 15 of medical interventions are supported by solid scientific evidence David Eddy professor of health policy and management at Duke University North Carolina told a conference in Manchester last week

This is partly because only 1 of the articles in medical journals are scientifically sound [2 3] and partly because many treatments have never been assessed at all If said Professor Eddy it is true as the total quality management gurus tell us that lsquoevery defect is a treasurersquo then we are sitting on King Solomons mineldquo

BMJ 1991 (Oct 5)303798ndash9

Editorials The scandal of poor medical research

bull We need less research better research and research done for the right reasons

bull What should we think about a doctor who uses the wrong treatment either willfully or through ignorance or who uses the right treatment wrongly (such as by giving the wrong dose of a drug) Most people would agree that such behavior was unprofessional arguably unethical and certainly unacceptable

bull What then should we think about researchers who use the wrong techniques (either willfully or in ignorance) use the right techniques wrongly misinterpret their results report their results selectively cite the literature selectively and draw unjustified conclusions We should be appalled Yet numerous studies of the medical literature in both general and specialist journals have shown that all of the above phenomena are common This is surely a scandal

bull BMJ 1994308283-284 (29 January)

CLOSING STATEMENTCALL TO ACTION

Max Planck QuoteldquoA scientific truth does not triumph by

convincing its opponents and making them see the light but rather because its opponents eventually die and a new

generation grows up that is familiar with itrdquo

  • BIBLICAL FOUNDATION THAT INSPIRED MY DOCTORAL THESIS Viscero-Spinal and Spino-Visceral Syndromes Palpatory and Radiological Findings and Spinal Manipulative Therapy Vertebra By Vertebra Nerve By Nerve Clinical Management Couresowork amp Patient Education Visual Software Design Dedicated to JULIANA FARIDI Who Died In My Lap as a result of an undetected uncorrected Atlanto-Axial Subluxation which caused Hangmanrsquos Fracture at the Atlas Axis Vertebra The devastating effects of an undetected uncorrected subluxation Is loss of human life ndash In this case the life of my daughter
  • Slide 2
  • Slide 3
  • Slide 4
  • OPENING STATEMENT
  • Purpose of Sharing this Information
  • Slide 7
  • Slide 8
  • Slide 9
  • The Edwin Smith Papyrus
  • Slide 11
  • Slide 12
  • Slide 13
  • Decades Of Scientific Validation Based on a Foundation of Two Millennia
  • Slide 15
  • Slide 16
  • Expand Font Size Of Text Below Split in 3 or more Slides
  • Slide 18
  • Slide 19
  • Slide 20
  • Expand Font Size Of Text Below Split
  • 1867 James Paget Cases that bonesetters cure BMJ JANUARY 5 1867
  • 1887-1896 James Mackenzie Some Points Bearing on the Association of Sensory Disorders and Visceral Disease
  • 1893 Henry Head
  • Text From Head Article
  • Slide 26
  • Expand Font Size Of Text Below Split text into 2 slides
  • Slide 28
  • 1907 Louisa Burns Viscero-Somatic and Somato Visceral Spinal Reflexes (Hypothesis - Case Study ndash Animal Study Human Study Consensus) ndash 1927 (17 years per Institute of Medicine)
  • Expand Font Size Of Text Below Split text into Several slides PLEASE RETYPE
  • Slide 31
  • Slide 32
  • Slide 33
  • 1935 Sherrington Noble Prizes in Physiology and Medicine
  • Slide 35
  • 1967 Chester Wilk AMA Found Guilty of Conspiracy and Fraud
  • Slide 37
  • John J Bonica
  • 1975 Elizabeth Lomax Comments On Her Findings Based on 250 Year Literature Review
  • 1976 Irvin M Korr
  • Slide 41
  • 1979 Irvin M Korr (Part 2)
  • Slide 43
  • 1979 Irvin M Korr (Part 3)
  • Slide 45
  • 1981 Irvin M Korr (Part 4)
  • Slide 47
  • 1983 Myron Beal Viscerosomtic Reflexes Review of the Literature tabulating 142 Studiesby Author and Vertebral Segment
  • 1983 Myron Beal Viscerosomtic Reflexes Review of the Literature tabulating 142 Studies by Author and Vertebral Segment
  • Slide 50
  • John McM Mennel MD
  • 1992 ndash 2002 Nikolai Bogduk
  • 2000 Burns Centenary Appreciation Findings Presented in 1899 confirmed April 2000 JAOA Vol100 No4 p259-264
  • 2004 Sherrington Centenary Appreciation Noble Prize winning Findings which were buried by the AMA Presented in 1904 confirmed
  • Slide 55
  • Slide 56
  • RICHARD SMITH Ed BMJ Where is the Wisdom The Poverty of Medical Evidence
  • Editorials The scandal of poor medical research
  • CLOSING STATEMENT CALL TO ACTION
Page 34: Tariq Faridi Palmer Palmer South January15

1976 Irvin M Korr (Part 1)

The Spinal Cord as the Organizer of Disease

Processes Some Preliminary

Perspectives

1979 Irvin M Korr (Part 2)

The Spinal Cord as the Organizer of Disease

Processes The Peripheral Autonomic

Nervous System

1979 Irvin M Korr (Part 3)

The Spinal Cord as the Organizer of Disease

Processes Hyperactivity of sympathetic innervation

as a common factor in disease

1981 Irvin M Korr (Part 4)

The Spinal Cord as the Organizer of Disease Processes Axonal

transport and neurotrophic function in relation to somatic dysfunction

1983 Myron Beal Viscerosomtic Reflexes Review of the Literature

tabulating 142 Studiesby Author and Vertebral Segment

1983 Myron Beal Viscerosomtic Reflexes Review of the Literature

tabulating 142 Studies by Author and Vertebral Segment

1983 Myron Beal Viscerosomtic Reflexes Review of the Literature

tabulating 142 Studies by Author and Vertebral Segment

John McM Mennel MD

bull In a paper Understanding Manipulative Medicine in General Practice published in JMPT in 1989 states Then suddenly we find ourselves in practice where 80 of our patients complain to us for some sort of musculo-skeletal pain 80 may sound high yet remember that visceral and systemic diseases very frequently manifest themselves initially as musculoskeletal painldquo

bull Again John McM Mennel concludes his article as follows Joint dysfunction is not only a diagnosis but an early sign of visceral and systemic diseases

1992 ndash 2002 Nikolai Bogdukbull Only Structures Innervated by c1-c3 are known to cause Migrainesbull Example of Headache Pills ndash Imitrex ndash Naproxen ndash 2

ldquoCervicogenic headache is pain perceived in the head but referred from a primary sourcen in the cervical spine The physiologic basis for this pain is convergence between trigeminal afferents and afferents from the upper three cervical spinal nerves The possible sources of cervicogenic headache lie in the structures innervated by the C1 to C3 spinal nerves and include the upper cervical synovial joints the upper cervical muscles the C2-3 disc the vertebral and internal carotid arteries and the dura mater of the upper spinal cord and posterior cranial fossa Experiments in normal volunteers have established that the cervical muscles and joints can be sources of headacherdquo

bull Bogduk Nikolai The anatomical basis for cervicogenic headache JMPT 1567-70 January 1992

bull Bogduk N Curr Pain Headache Rep Cervicogenic headache anatomic basis and pathophysiologic mechanisms 2001 Aug5(4)382-6

Abstract The neuroanatomical basis for cervicogenic headache is convergence in the trigeminocervical nucleus between nociceptive afferents from the field of the trigemenial nerve and the receptive fields of the first three cervical nerves Only structures innervated by C1-C3 have been shown to be capable of causing headache These are the muscles joints and ligaments of the upper three cervical segments but also include the dura mater of the spinal cord and posterior cranial fossa and the vertebral artery

2000 Burns Centenary Appreciation

Findings Presented in 1899 confirmed

April 2000 JAOA Vol100 No4 p259-264

2004 Sherrington Centenary Appreciation Noble Prize winning

Findings which were buried by the AMA Presented in 1904 confirmed

In 1906 Sir Charles Sherrington published The Integrative Action of the Nervous System which was a collection of ten lectures delivered two years before at Yale University in the United States In this monograph

Sherrington summarized two decades of painstaking experimental observations and his incisive interpretation of them It settled the then-

current debate between the lsquolsquoReticular Theoryrsquorsquo versus lsquolsquoNeuron Doctrinersquorsquo ideas about the fundamental nature of the nervous system in mammals in favor of the latter and it changed forever the way in which subsequent generations have viewed the organization of the central

nervous system Sherringtonrsquos magnum opus contains basic concepts and even terminology that are now second nature to every student of the subject This brief article reviews the historical context in which the book was written summarizes its content and considers its impact on

Neurology and Neuroscience

2004 Sherrington Centenary Appreciation Noble Prize winning

Findings which were buried by the AMA Presented in 1904 confirmed

lsquo he is the scientistrsquos philosopher because he had advanced natural knowledge himself by skilled observation and experiment by 50 yearsrsquo

unremitting work in the laboratory and because his own interpretation of his discoveries had given a new extension to the biologistrsquos outlook Physiologists will know this well enough To those who have had to struggle with the mass of detailed material about the brain and cord

Sherringtonrsquos Integrative Action of the Nervous System brings order out of chaos it is hard reading at first because every sentence is charged with meaning some of it direct enough but some reaching out to half formed pictures of wider landscape Though it was published in 1906 it

is still as refreshing as it was then It has needed no revision but Sherringtonrsquos experimental work went on at high pressure for another 30

years filling in the gaps and strengthening the framework rsquo

SPEND FOUR HOURS TRAINING CArsquoS

going over article summaries to build their confidence in

Chiropractic

RICHARD SMITH Ed BMJ

Where is the Wisdom The Poverty of Medical Evidence

Where is the wisdom we have lost in knowledge and where asked T S Eliot is the knowledge we have lost in information There are perhaps 30000 biomedical journals in the world and they have grown steadily by 7 a year since the seventeenth century [1 2] Yet only about 15 of medical interventions are supported by solid scientific evidence David Eddy professor of health policy and management at Duke University North Carolina told a conference in Manchester last week

This is partly because only 1 of the articles in medical journals are scientifically sound [2 3] and partly because many treatments have never been assessed at all If said Professor Eddy it is true as the total quality management gurus tell us that lsquoevery defect is a treasurersquo then we are sitting on King Solomons mineldquo

BMJ 1991 (Oct 5)303798ndash9

Editorials The scandal of poor medical research

bull We need less research better research and research done for the right reasons

bull What should we think about a doctor who uses the wrong treatment either willfully or through ignorance or who uses the right treatment wrongly (such as by giving the wrong dose of a drug) Most people would agree that such behavior was unprofessional arguably unethical and certainly unacceptable

bull What then should we think about researchers who use the wrong techniques (either willfully or in ignorance) use the right techniques wrongly misinterpret their results report their results selectively cite the literature selectively and draw unjustified conclusions We should be appalled Yet numerous studies of the medical literature in both general and specialist journals have shown that all of the above phenomena are common This is surely a scandal

bull BMJ 1994308283-284 (29 January)

CLOSING STATEMENTCALL TO ACTION

Max Planck QuoteldquoA scientific truth does not triumph by

convincing its opponents and making them see the light but rather because its opponents eventually die and a new

generation grows up that is familiar with itrdquo

  • BIBLICAL FOUNDATION THAT INSPIRED MY DOCTORAL THESIS Viscero-Spinal and Spino-Visceral Syndromes Palpatory and Radiological Findings and Spinal Manipulative Therapy Vertebra By Vertebra Nerve By Nerve Clinical Management Couresowork amp Patient Education Visual Software Design Dedicated to JULIANA FARIDI Who Died In My Lap as a result of an undetected uncorrected Atlanto-Axial Subluxation which caused Hangmanrsquos Fracture at the Atlas Axis Vertebra The devastating effects of an undetected uncorrected subluxation Is loss of human life ndash In this case the life of my daughter
  • Slide 2
  • Slide 3
  • Slide 4
  • OPENING STATEMENT
  • Purpose of Sharing this Information
  • Slide 7
  • Slide 8
  • Slide 9
  • The Edwin Smith Papyrus
  • Slide 11
  • Slide 12
  • Slide 13
  • Decades Of Scientific Validation Based on a Foundation of Two Millennia
  • Slide 15
  • Slide 16
  • Expand Font Size Of Text Below Split in 3 or more Slides
  • Slide 18
  • Slide 19
  • Slide 20
  • Expand Font Size Of Text Below Split
  • 1867 James Paget Cases that bonesetters cure BMJ JANUARY 5 1867
  • 1887-1896 James Mackenzie Some Points Bearing on the Association of Sensory Disorders and Visceral Disease
  • 1893 Henry Head
  • Text From Head Article
  • Slide 26
  • Expand Font Size Of Text Below Split text into 2 slides
  • Slide 28
  • 1907 Louisa Burns Viscero-Somatic and Somato Visceral Spinal Reflexes (Hypothesis - Case Study ndash Animal Study Human Study Consensus) ndash 1927 (17 years per Institute of Medicine)
  • Expand Font Size Of Text Below Split text into Several slides PLEASE RETYPE
  • Slide 31
  • Slide 32
  • Slide 33
  • 1935 Sherrington Noble Prizes in Physiology and Medicine
  • Slide 35
  • 1967 Chester Wilk AMA Found Guilty of Conspiracy and Fraud
  • Slide 37
  • John J Bonica
  • 1975 Elizabeth Lomax Comments On Her Findings Based on 250 Year Literature Review
  • 1976 Irvin M Korr
  • Slide 41
  • 1979 Irvin M Korr (Part 2)
  • Slide 43
  • 1979 Irvin M Korr (Part 3)
  • Slide 45
  • 1981 Irvin M Korr (Part 4)
  • Slide 47
  • 1983 Myron Beal Viscerosomtic Reflexes Review of the Literature tabulating 142 Studiesby Author and Vertebral Segment
  • 1983 Myron Beal Viscerosomtic Reflexes Review of the Literature tabulating 142 Studies by Author and Vertebral Segment
  • Slide 50
  • John McM Mennel MD
  • 1992 ndash 2002 Nikolai Bogduk
  • 2000 Burns Centenary Appreciation Findings Presented in 1899 confirmed April 2000 JAOA Vol100 No4 p259-264
  • 2004 Sherrington Centenary Appreciation Noble Prize winning Findings which were buried by the AMA Presented in 1904 confirmed
  • Slide 55
  • Slide 56
  • RICHARD SMITH Ed BMJ Where is the Wisdom The Poverty of Medical Evidence
  • Editorials The scandal of poor medical research
  • CLOSING STATEMENT CALL TO ACTION
Page 35: Tariq Faridi Palmer Palmer South January15

1979 Irvin M Korr (Part 2)

The Spinal Cord as the Organizer of Disease

Processes The Peripheral Autonomic

Nervous System

1979 Irvin M Korr (Part 3)

The Spinal Cord as the Organizer of Disease

Processes Hyperactivity of sympathetic innervation

as a common factor in disease

1981 Irvin M Korr (Part 4)

The Spinal Cord as the Organizer of Disease Processes Axonal

transport and neurotrophic function in relation to somatic dysfunction

1983 Myron Beal Viscerosomtic Reflexes Review of the Literature

tabulating 142 Studiesby Author and Vertebral Segment

1983 Myron Beal Viscerosomtic Reflexes Review of the Literature

tabulating 142 Studies by Author and Vertebral Segment

1983 Myron Beal Viscerosomtic Reflexes Review of the Literature

tabulating 142 Studies by Author and Vertebral Segment

John McM Mennel MD

bull In a paper Understanding Manipulative Medicine in General Practice published in JMPT in 1989 states Then suddenly we find ourselves in practice where 80 of our patients complain to us for some sort of musculo-skeletal pain 80 may sound high yet remember that visceral and systemic diseases very frequently manifest themselves initially as musculoskeletal painldquo

bull Again John McM Mennel concludes his article as follows Joint dysfunction is not only a diagnosis but an early sign of visceral and systemic diseases

1992 ndash 2002 Nikolai Bogdukbull Only Structures Innervated by c1-c3 are known to cause Migrainesbull Example of Headache Pills ndash Imitrex ndash Naproxen ndash 2

ldquoCervicogenic headache is pain perceived in the head but referred from a primary sourcen in the cervical spine The physiologic basis for this pain is convergence between trigeminal afferents and afferents from the upper three cervical spinal nerves The possible sources of cervicogenic headache lie in the structures innervated by the C1 to C3 spinal nerves and include the upper cervical synovial joints the upper cervical muscles the C2-3 disc the vertebral and internal carotid arteries and the dura mater of the upper spinal cord and posterior cranial fossa Experiments in normal volunteers have established that the cervical muscles and joints can be sources of headacherdquo

bull Bogduk Nikolai The anatomical basis for cervicogenic headache JMPT 1567-70 January 1992

bull Bogduk N Curr Pain Headache Rep Cervicogenic headache anatomic basis and pathophysiologic mechanisms 2001 Aug5(4)382-6

Abstract The neuroanatomical basis for cervicogenic headache is convergence in the trigeminocervical nucleus between nociceptive afferents from the field of the trigemenial nerve and the receptive fields of the first three cervical nerves Only structures innervated by C1-C3 have been shown to be capable of causing headache These are the muscles joints and ligaments of the upper three cervical segments but also include the dura mater of the spinal cord and posterior cranial fossa and the vertebral artery

2000 Burns Centenary Appreciation

Findings Presented in 1899 confirmed

April 2000 JAOA Vol100 No4 p259-264

2004 Sherrington Centenary Appreciation Noble Prize winning

Findings which were buried by the AMA Presented in 1904 confirmed

In 1906 Sir Charles Sherrington published The Integrative Action of the Nervous System which was a collection of ten lectures delivered two years before at Yale University in the United States In this monograph

Sherrington summarized two decades of painstaking experimental observations and his incisive interpretation of them It settled the then-

current debate between the lsquolsquoReticular Theoryrsquorsquo versus lsquolsquoNeuron Doctrinersquorsquo ideas about the fundamental nature of the nervous system in mammals in favor of the latter and it changed forever the way in which subsequent generations have viewed the organization of the central

nervous system Sherringtonrsquos magnum opus contains basic concepts and even terminology that are now second nature to every student of the subject This brief article reviews the historical context in which the book was written summarizes its content and considers its impact on

Neurology and Neuroscience

2004 Sherrington Centenary Appreciation Noble Prize winning

Findings which were buried by the AMA Presented in 1904 confirmed

lsquo he is the scientistrsquos philosopher because he had advanced natural knowledge himself by skilled observation and experiment by 50 yearsrsquo

unremitting work in the laboratory and because his own interpretation of his discoveries had given a new extension to the biologistrsquos outlook Physiologists will know this well enough To those who have had to struggle with the mass of detailed material about the brain and cord

Sherringtonrsquos Integrative Action of the Nervous System brings order out of chaos it is hard reading at first because every sentence is charged with meaning some of it direct enough but some reaching out to half formed pictures of wider landscape Though it was published in 1906 it

is still as refreshing as it was then It has needed no revision but Sherringtonrsquos experimental work went on at high pressure for another 30

years filling in the gaps and strengthening the framework rsquo

SPEND FOUR HOURS TRAINING CArsquoS

going over article summaries to build their confidence in

Chiropractic

RICHARD SMITH Ed BMJ

Where is the Wisdom The Poverty of Medical Evidence

Where is the wisdom we have lost in knowledge and where asked T S Eliot is the knowledge we have lost in information There are perhaps 30000 biomedical journals in the world and they have grown steadily by 7 a year since the seventeenth century [1 2] Yet only about 15 of medical interventions are supported by solid scientific evidence David Eddy professor of health policy and management at Duke University North Carolina told a conference in Manchester last week

This is partly because only 1 of the articles in medical journals are scientifically sound [2 3] and partly because many treatments have never been assessed at all If said Professor Eddy it is true as the total quality management gurus tell us that lsquoevery defect is a treasurersquo then we are sitting on King Solomons mineldquo

BMJ 1991 (Oct 5)303798ndash9

Editorials The scandal of poor medical research

bull We need less research better research and research done for the right reasons

bull What should we think about a doctor who uses the wrong treatment either willfully or through ignorance or who uses the right treatment wrongly (such as by giving the wrong dose of a drug) Most people would agree that such behavior was unprofessional arguably unethical and certainly unacceptable

bull What then should we think about researchers who use the wrong techniques (either willfully or in ignorance) use the right techniques wrongly misinterpret their results report their results selectively cite the literature selectively and draw unjustified conclusions We should be appalled Yet numerous studies of the medical literature in both general and specialist journals have shown that all of the above phenomena are common This is surely a scandal

bull BMJ 1994308283-284 (29 January)

CLOSING STATEMENTCALL TO ACTION

Max Planck QuoteldquoA scientific truth does not triumph by

convincing its opponents and making them see the light but rather because its opponents eventually die and a new

generation grows up that is familiar with itrdquo

  • BIBLICAL FOUNDATION THAT INSPIRED MY DOCTORAL THESIS Viscero-Spinal and Spino-Visceral Syndromes Palpatory and Radiological Findings and Spinal Manipulative Therapy Vertebra By Vertebra Nerve By Nerve Clinical Management Couresowork amp Patient Education Visual Software Design Dedicated to JULIANA FARIDI Who Died In My Lap as a result of an undetected uncorrected Atlanto-Axial Subluxation which caused Hangmanrsquos Fracture at the Atlas Axis Vertebra The devastating effects of an undetected uncorrected subluxation Is loss of human life ndash In this case the life of my daughter
  • Slide 2
  • Slide 3
  • Slide 4
  • OPENING STATEMENT
  • Purpose of Sharing this Information
  • Slide 7
  • Slide 8
  • Slide 9
  • The Edwin Smith Papyrus
  • Slide 11
  • Slide 12
  • Slide 13
  • Decades Of Scientific Validation Based on a Foundation of Two Millennia
  • Slide 15
  • Slide 16
  • Expand Font Size Of Text Below Split in 3 or more Slides
  • Slide 18
  • Slide 19
  • Slide 20
  • Expand Font Size Of Text Below Split
  • 1867 James Paget Cases that bonesetters cure BMJ JANUARY 5 1867
  • 1887-1896 James Mackenzie Some Points Bearing on the Association of Sensory Disorders and Visceral Disease
  • 1893 Henry Head
  • Text From Head Article
  • Slide 26
  • Expand Font Size Of Text Below Split text into 2 slides
  • Slide 28
  • 1907 Louisa Burns Viscero-Somatic and Somato Visceral Spinal Reflexes (Hypothesis - Case Study ndash Animal Study Human Study Consensus) ndash 1927 (17 years per Institute of Medicine)
  • Expand Font Size Of Text Below Split text into Several slides PLEASE RETYPE
  • Slide 31
  • Slide 32
  • Slide 33
  • 1935 Sherrington Noble Prizes in Physiology and Medicine
  • Slide 35
  • 1967 Chester Wilk AMA Found Guilty of Conspiracy and Fraud
  • Slide 37
  • John J Bonica
  • 1975 Elizabeth Lomax Comments On Her Findings Based on 250 Year Literature Review
  • 1976 Irvin M Korr
  • Slide 41
  • 1979 Irvin M Korr (Part 2)
  • Slide 43
  • 1979 Irvin M Korr (Part 3)
  • Slide 45
  • 1981 Irvin M Korr (Part 4)
  • Slide 47
  • 1983 Myron Beal Viscerosomtic Reflexes Review of the Literature tabulating 142 Studiesby Author and Vertebral Segment
  • 1983 Myron Beal Viscerosomtic Reflexes Review of the Literature tabulating 142 Studies by Author and Vertebral Segment
  • Slide 50
  • John McM Mennel MD
  • 1992 ndash 2002 Nikolai Bogduk
  • 2000 Burns Centenary Appreciation Findings Presented in 1899 confirmed April 2000 JAOA Vol100 No4 p259-264
  • 2004 Sherrington Centenary Appreciation Noble Prize winning Findings which were buried by the AMA Presented in 1904 confirmed
  • Slide 55
  • Slide 56
  • RICHARD SMITH Ed BMJ Where is the Wisdom The Poverty of Medical Evidence
  • Editorials The scandal of poor medical research
  • CLOSING STATEMENT CALL TO ACTION
Page 36: Tariq Faridi Palmer Palmer South January15

1979 Irvin M Korr (Part 3)

The Spinal Cord as the Organizer of Disease

Processes Hyperactivity of sympathetic innervation

as a common factor in disease

1981 Irvin M Korr (Part 4)

The Spinal Cord as the Organizer of Disease Processes Axonal

transport and neurotrophic function in relation to somatic dysfunction

1983 Myron Beal Viscerosomtic Reflexes Review of the Literature

tabulating 142 Studiesby Author and Vertebral Segment

1983 Myron Beal Viscerosomtic Reflexes Review of the Literature

tabulating 142 Studies by Author and Vertebral Segment

1983 Myron Beal Viscerosomtic Reflexes Review of the Literature

tabulating 142 Studies by Author and Vertebral Segment

John McM Mennel MD

bull In a paper Understanding Manipulative Medicine in General Practice published in JMPT in 1989 states Then suddenly we find ourselves in practice where 80 of our patients complain to us for some sort of musculo-skeletal pain 80 may sound high yet remember that visceral and systemic diseases very frequently manifest themselves initially as musculoskeletal painldquo

bull Again John McM Mennel concludes his article as follows Joint dysfunction is not only a diagnosis but an early sign of visceral and systemic diseases

1992 ndash 2002 Nikolai Bogdukbull Only Structures Innervated by c1-c3 are known to cause Migrainesbull Example of Headache Pills ndash Imitrex ndash Naproxen ndash 2

ldquoCervicogenic headache is pain perceived in the head but referred from a primary sourcen in the cervical spine The physiologic basis for this pain is convergence between trigeminal afferents and afferents from the upper three cervical spinal nerves The possible sources of cervicogenic headache lie in the structures innervated by the C1 to C3 spinal nerves and include the upper cervical synovial joints the upper cervical muscles the C2-3 disc the vertebral and internal carotid arteries and the dura mater of the upper spinal cord and posterior cranial fossa Experiments in normal volunteers have established that the cervical muscles and joints can be sources of headacherdquo

bull Bogduk Nikolai The anatomical basis for cervicogenic headache JMPT 1567-70 January 1992

bull Bogduk N Curr Pain Headache Rep Cervicogenic headache anatomic basis and pathophysiologic mechanisms 2001 Aug5(4)382-6

Abstract The neuroanatomical basis for cervicogenic headache is convergence in the trigeminocervical nucleus between nociceptive afferents from the field of the trigemenial nerve and the receptive fields of the first three cervical nerves Only structures innervated by C1-C3 have been shown to be capable of causing headache These are the muscles joints and ligaments of the upper three cervical segments but also include the dura mater of the spinal cord and posterior cranial fossa and the vertebral artery

2000 Burns Centenary Appreciation

Findings Presented in 1899 confirmed

April 2000 JAOA Vol100 No4 p259-264

2004 Sherrington Centenary Appreciation Noble Prize winning

Findings which were buried by the AMA Presented in 1904 confirmed

In 1906 Sir Charles Sherrington published The Integrative Action of the Nervous System which was a collection of ten lectures delivered two years before at Yale University in the United States In this monograph

Sherrington summarized two decades of painstaking experimental observations and his incisive interpretation of them It settled the then-

current debate between the lsquolsquoReticular Theoryrsquorsquo versus lsquolsquoNeuron Doctrinersquorsquo ideas about the fundamental nature of the nervous system in mammals in favor of the latter and it changed forever the way in which subsequent generations have viewed the organization of the central

nervous system Sherringtonrsquos magnum opus contains basic concepts and even terminology that are now second nature to every student of the subject This brief article reviews the historical context in which the book was written summarizes its content and considers its impact on

Neurology and Neuroscience

2004 Sherrington Centenary Appreciation Noble Prize winning

Findings which were buried by the AMA Presented in 1904 confirmed

lsquo he is the scientistrsquos philosopher because he had advanced natural knowledge himself by skilled observation and experiment by 50 yearsrsquo

unremitting work in the laboratory and because his own interpretation of his discoveries had given a new extension to the biologistrsquos outlook Physiologists will know this well enough To those who have had to struggle with the mass of detailed material about the brain and cord

Sherringtonrsquos Integrative Action of the Nervous System brings order out of chaos it is hard reading at first because every sentence is charged with meaning some of it direct enough but some reaching out to half formed pictures of wider landscape Though it was published in 1906 it

is still as refreshing as it was then It has needed no revision but Sherringtonrsquos experimental work went on at high pressure for another 30

years filling in the gaps and strengthening the framework rsquo

SPEND FOUR HOURS TRAINING CArsquoS

going over article summaries to build their confidence in

Chiropractic

RICHARD SMITH Ed BMJ

Where is the Wisdom The Poverty of Medical Evidence

Where is the wisdom we have lost in knowledge and where asked T S Eliot is the knowledge we have lost in information There are perhaps 30000 biomedical journals in the world and they have grown steadily by 7 a year since the seventeenth century [1 2] Yet only about 15 of medical interventions are supported by solid scientific evidence David Eddy professor of health policy and management at Duke University North Carolina told a conference in Manchester last week

This is partly because only 1 of the articles in medical journals are scientifically sound [2 3] and partly because many treatments have never been assessed at all If said Professor Eddy it is true as the total quality management gurus tell us that lsquoevery defect is a treasurersquo then we are sitting on King Solomons mineldquo

BMJ 1991 (Oct 5)303798ndash9

Editorials The scandal of poor medical research

bull We need less research better research and research done for the right reasons

bull What should we think about a doctor who uses the wrong treatment either willfully or through ignorance or who uses the right treatment wrongly (such as by giving the wrong dose of a drug) Most people would agree that such behavior was unprofessional arguably unethical and certainly unacceptable

bull What then should we think about researchers who use the wrong techniques (either willfully or in ignorance) use the right techniques wrongly misinterpret their results report their results selectively cite the literature selectively and draw unjustified conclusions We should be appalled Yet numerous studies of the medical literature in both general and specialist journals have shown that all of the above phenomena are common This is surely a scandal

bull BMJ 1994308283-284 (29 January)

CLOSING STATEMENTCALL TO ACTION

Max Planck QuoteldquoA scientific truth does not triumph by

convincing its opponents and making them see the light but rather because its opponents eventually die and a new

generation grows up that is familiar with itrdquo

  • BIBLICAL FOUNDATION THAT INSPIRED MY DOCTORAL THESIS Viscero-Spinal and Spino-Visceral Syndromes Palpatory and Radiological Findings and Spinal Manipulative Therapy Vertebra By Vertebra Nerve By Nerve Clinical Management Couresowork amp Patient Education Visual Software Design Dedicated to JULIANA FARIDI Who Died In My Lap as a result of an undetected uncorrected Atlanto-Axial Subluxation which caused Hangmanrsquos Fracture at the Atlas Axis Vertebra The devastating effects of an undetected uncorrected subluxation Is loss of human life ndash In this case the life of my daughter
  • Slide 2
  • Slide 3
  • Slide 4
  • OPENING STATEMENT
  • Purpose of Sharing this Information
  • Slide 7
  • Slide 8
  • Slide 9
  • The Edwin Smith Papyrus
  • Slide 11
  • Slide 12
  • Slide 13
  • Decades Of Scientific Validation Based on a Foundation of Two Millennia
  • Slide 15
  • Slide 16
  • Expand Font Size Of Text Below Split in 3 or more Slides
  • Slide 18
  • Slide 19
  • Slide 20
  • Expand Font Size Of Text Below Split
  • 1867 James Paget Cases that bonesetters cure BMJ JANUARY 5 1867
  • 1887-1896 James Mackenzie Some Points Bearing on the Association of Sensory Disorders and Visceral Disease
  • 1893 Henry Head
  • Text From Head Article
  • Slide 26
  • Expand Font Size Of Text Below Split text into 2 slides
  • Slide 28
  • 1907 Louisa Burns Viscero-Somatic and Somato Visceral Spinal Reflexes (Hypothesis - Case Study ndash Animal Study Human Study Consensus) ndash 1927 (17 years per Institute of Medicine)
  • Expand Font Size Of Text Below Split text into Several slides PLEASE RETYPE
  • Slide 31
  • Slide 32
  • Slide 33
  • 1935 Sherrington Noble Prizes in Physiology and Medicine
  • Slide 35
  • 1967 Chester Wilk AMA Found Guilty of Conspiracy and Fraud
  • Slide 37
  • John J Bonica
  • 1975 Elizabeth Lomax Comments On Her Findings Based on 250 Year Literature Review
  • 1976 Irvin M Korr
  • Slide 41
  • 1979 Irvin M Korr (Part 2)
  • Slide 43
  • 1979 Irvin M Korr (Part 3)
  • Slide 45
  • 1981 Irvin M Korr (Part 4)
  • Slide 47
  • 1983 Myron Beal Viscerosomtic Reflexes Review of the Literature tabulating 142 Studiesby Author and Vertebral Segment
  • 1983 Myron Beal Viscerosomtic Reflexes Review of the Literature tabulating 142 Studies by Author and Vertebral Segment
  • Slide 50
  • John McM Mennel MD
  • 1992 ndash 2002 Nikolai Bogduk
  • 2000 Burns Centenary Appreciation Findings Presented in 1899 confirmed April 2000 JAOA Vol100 No4 p259-264
  • 2004 Sherrington Centenary Appreciation Noble Prize winning Findings which were buried by the AMA Presented in 1904 confirmed
  • Slide 55
  • Slide 56
  • RICHARD SMITH Ed BMJ Where is the Wisdom The Poverty of Medical Evidence
  • Editorials The scandal of poor medical research
  • CLOSING STATEMENT CALL TO ACTION
Page 37: Tariq Faridi Palmer Palmer South January15

1981 Irvin M Korr (Part 4)

The Spinal Cord as the Organizer of Disease Processes Axonal

transport and neurotrophic function in relation to somatic dysfunction

1983 Myron Beal Viscerosomtic Reflexes Review of the Literature

tabulating 142 Studiesby Author and Vertebral Segment

1983 Myron Beal Viscerosomtic Reflexes Review of the Literature

tabulating 142 Studies by Author and Vertebral Segment

1983 Myron Beal Viscerosomtic Reflexes Review of the Literature

tabulating 142 Studies by Author and Vertebral Segment

John McM Mennel MD

bull In a paper Understanding Manipulative Medicine in General Practice published in JMPT in 1989 states Then suddenly we find ourselves in practice where 80 of our patients complain to us for some sort of musculo-skeletal pain 80 may sound high yet remember that visceral and systemic diseases very frequently manifest themselves initially as musculoskeletal painldquo

bull Again John McM Mennel concludes his article as follows Joint dysfunction is not only a diagnosis but an early sign of visceral and systemic diseases

1992 ndash 2002 Nikolai Bogdukbull Only Structures Innervated by c1-c3 are known to cause Migrainesbull Example of Headache Pills ndash Imitrex ndash Naproxen ndash 2

ldquoCervicogenic headache is pain perceived in the head but referred from a primary sourcen in the cervical spine The physiologic basis for this pain is convergence between trigeminal afferents and afferents from the upper three cervical spinal nerves The possible sources of cervicogenic headache lie in the structures innervated by the C1 to C3 spinal nerves and include the upper cervical synovial joints the upper cervical muscles the C2-3 disc the vertebral and internal carotid arteries and the dura mater of the upper spinal cord and posterior cranial fossa Experiments in normal volunteers have established that the cervical muscles and joints can be sources of headacherdquo

bull Bogduk Nikolai The anatomical basis for cervicogenic headache JMPT 1567-70 January 1992

bull Bogduk N Curr Pain Headache Rep Cervicogenic headache anatomic basis and pathophysiologic mechanisms 2001 Aug5(4)382-6

Abstract The neuroanatomical basis for cervicogenic headache is convergence in the trigeminocervical nucleus between nociceptive afferents from the field of the trigemenial nerve and the receptive fields of the first three cervical nerves Only structures innervated by C1-C3 have been shown to be capable of causing headache These are the muscles joints and ligaments of the upper three cervical segments but also include the dura mater of the spinal cord and posterior cranial fossa and the vertebral artery

2000 Burns Centenary Appreciation

Findings Presented in 1899 confirmed

April 2000 JAOA Vol100 No4 p259-264

2004 Sherrington Centenary Appreciation Noble Prize winning

Findings which were buried by the AMA Presented in 1904 confirmed

In 1906 Sir Charles Sherrington published The Integrative Action of the Nervous System which was a collection of ten lectures delivered two years before at Yale University in the United States In this monograph

Sherrington summarized two decades of painstaking experimental observations and his incisive interpretation of them It settled the then-

current debate between the lsquolsquoReticular Theoryrsquorsquo versus lsquolsquoNeuron Doctrinersquorsquo ideas about the fundamental nature of the nervous system in mammals in favor of the latter and it changed forever the way in which subsequent generations have viewed the organization of the central

nervous system Sherringtonrsquos magnum opus contains basic concepts and even terminology that are now second nature to every student of the subject This brief article reviews the historical context in which the book was written summarizes its content and considers its impact on

Neurology and Neuroscience

2004 Sherrington Centenary Appreciation Noble Prize winning

Findings which were buried by the AMA Presented in 1904 confirmed

lsquo he is the scientistrsquos philosopher because he had advanced natural knowledge himself by skilled observation and experiment by 50 yearsrsquo

unremitting work in the laboratory and because his own interpretation of his discoveries had given a new extension to the biologistrsquos outlook Physiologists will know this well enough To those who have had to struggle with the mass of detailed material about the brain and cord

Sherringtonrsquos Integrative Action of the Nervous System brings order out of chaos it is hard reading at first because every sentence is charged with meaning some of it direct enough but some reaching out to half formed pictures of wider landscape Though it was published in 1906 it

is still as refreshing as it was then It has needed no revision but Sherringtonrsquos experimental work went on at high pressure for another 30

years filling in the gaps and strengthening the framework rsquo

SPEND FOUR HOURS TRAINING CArsquoS

going over article summaries to build their confidence in

Chiropractic

RICHARD SMITH Ed BMJ

Where is the Wisdom The Poverty of Medical Evidence

Where is the wisdom we have lost in knowledge and where asked T S Eliot is the knowledge we have lost in information There are perhaps 30000 biomedical journals in the world and they have grown steadily by 7 a year since the seventeenth century [1 2] Yet only about 15 of medical interventions are supported by solid scientific evidence David Eddy professor of health policy and management at Duke University North Carolina told a conference in Manchester last week

This is partly because only 1 of the articles in medical journals are scientifically sound [2 3] and partly because many treatments have never been assessed at all If said Professor Eddy it is true as the total quality management gurus tell us that lsquoevery defect is a treasurersquo then we are sitting on King Solomons mineldquo

BMJ 1991 (Oct 5)303798ndash9

Editorials The scandal of poor medical research

bull We need less research better research and research done for the right reasons

bull What should we think about a doctor who uses the wrong treatment either willfully or through ignorance or who uses the right treatment wrongly (such as by giving the wrong dose of a drug) Most people would agree that such behavior was unprofessional arguably unethical and certainly unacceptable

bull What then should we think about researchers who use the wrong techniques (either willfully or in ignorance) use the right techniques wrongly misinterpret their results report their results selectively cite the literature selectively and draw unjustified conclusions We should be appalled Yet numerous studies of the medical literature in both general and specialist journals have shown that all of the above phenomena are common This is surely a scandal

bull BMJ 1994308283-284 (29 January)

CLOSING STATEMENTCALL TO ACTION

Max Planck QuoteldquoA scientific truth does not triumph by

convincing its opponents and making them see the light but rather because its opponents eventually die and a new

generation grows up that is familiar with itrdquo

  • BIBLICAL FOUNDATION THAT INSPIRED MY DOCTORAL THESIS Viscero-Spinal and Spino-Visceral Syndromes Palpatory and Radiological Findings and Spinal Manipulative Therapy Vertebra By Vertebra Nerve By Nerve Clinical Management Couresowork amp Patient Education Visual Software Design Dedicated to JULIANA FARIDI Who Died In My Lap as a result of an undetected uncorrected Atlanto-Axial Subluxation which caused Hangmanrsquos Fracture at the Atlas Axis Vertebra The devastating effects of an undetected uncorrected subluxation Is loss of human life ndash In this case the life of my daughter
  • Slide 2
  • Slide 3
  • Slide 4
  • OPENING STATEMENT
  • Purpose of Sharing this Information
  • Slide 7
  • Slide 8
  • Slide 9
  • The Edwin Smith Papyrus
  • Slide 11
  • Slide 12
  • Slide 13
  • Decades Of Scientific Validation Based on a Foundation of Two Millennia
  • Slide 15
  • Slide 16
  • Expand Font Size Of Text Below Split in 3 or more Slides
  • Slide 18
  • Slide 19
  • Slide 20
  • Expand Font Size Of Text Below Split
  • 1867 James Paget Cases that bonesetters cure BMJ JANUARY 5 1867
  • 1887-1896 James Mackenzie Some Points Bearing on the Association of Sensory Disorders and Visceral Disease
  • 1893 Henry Head
  • Text From Head Article
  • Slide 26
  • Expand Font Size Of Text Below Split text into 2 slides
  • Slide 28
  • 1907 Louisa Burns Viscero-Somatic and Somato Visceral Spinal Reflexes (Hypothesis - Case Study ndash Animal Study Human Study Consensus) ndash 1927 (17 years per Institute of Medicine)
  • Expand Font Size Of Text Below Split text into Several slides PLEASE RETYPE
  • Slide 31
  • Slide 32
  • Slide 33
  • 1935 Sherrington Noble Prizes in Physiology and Medicine
  • Slide 35
  • 1967 Chester Wilk AMA Found Guilty of Conspiracy and Fraud
  • Slide 37
  • John J Bonica
  • 1975 Elizabeth Lomax Comments On Her Findings Based on 250 Year Literature Review
  • 1976 Irvin M Korr
  • Slide 41
  • 1979 Irvin M Korr (Part 2)
  • Slide 43
  • 1979 Irvin M Korr (Part 3)
  • Slide 45
  • 1981 Irvin M Korr (Part 4)
  • Slide 47
  • 1983 Myron Beal Viscerosomtic Reflexes Review of the Literature tabulating 142 Studiesby Author and Vertebral Segment
  • 1983 Myron Beal Viscerosomtic Reflexes Review of the Literature tabulating 142 Studies by Author and Vertebral Segment
  • Slide 50
  • John McM Mennel MD
  • 1992 ndash 2002 Nikolai Bogduk
  • 2000 Burns Centenary Appreciation Findings Presented in 1899 confirmed April 2000 JAOA Vol100 No4 p259-264
  • 2004 Sherrington Centenary Appreciation Noble Prize winning Findings which were buried by the AMA Presented in 1904 confirmed
  • Slide 55
  • Slide 56
  • RICHARD SMITH Ed BMJ Where is the Wisdom The Poverty of Medical Evidence
  • Editorials The scandal of poor medical research
  • CLOSING STATEMENT CALL TO ACTION
Page 38: Tariq Faridi Palmer Palmer South January15

1983 Myron Beal Viscerosomtic Reflexes Review of the Literature

tabulating 142 Studiesby Author and Vertebral Segment

1983 Myron Beal Viscerosomtic Reflexes Review of the Literature

tabulating 142 Studies by Author and Vertebral Segment

1983 Myron Beal Viscerosomtic Reflexes Review of the Literature

tabulating 142 Studies by Author and Vertebral Segment

John McM Mennel MD

bull In a paper Understanding Manipulative Medicine in General Practice published in JMPT in 1989 states Then suddenly we find ourselves in practice where 80 of our patients complain to us for some sort of musculo-skeletal pain 80 may sound high yet remember that visceral and systemic diseases very frequently manifest themselves initially as musculoskeletal painldquo

bull Again John McM Mennel concludes his article as follows Joint dysfunction is not only a diagnosis but an early sign of visceral and systemic diseases

1992 ndash 2002 Nikolai Bogdukbull Only Structures Innervated by c1-c3 are known to cause Migrainesbull Example of Headache Pills ndash Imitrex ndash Naproxen ndash 2

ldquoCervicogenic headache is pain perceived in the head but referred from a primary sourcen in the cervical spine The physiologic basis for this pain is convergence between trigeminal afferents and afferents from the upper three cervical spinal nerves The possible sources of cervicogenic headache lie in the structures innervated by the C1 to C3 spinal nerves and include the upper cervical synovial joints the upper cervical muscles the C2-3 disc the vertebral and internal carotid arteries and the dura mater of the upper spinal cord and posterior cranial fossa Experiments in normal volunteers have established that the cervical muscles and joints can be sources of headacherdquo

bull Bogduk Nikolai The anatomical basis for cervicogenic headache JMPT 1567-70 January 1992

bull Bogduk N Curr Pain Headache Rep Cervicogenic headache anatomic basis and pathophysiologic mechanisms 2001 Aug5(4)382-6

Abstract The neuroanatomical basis for cervicogenic headache is convergence in the trigeminocervical nucleus between nociceptive afferents from the field of the trigemenial nerve and the receptive fields of the first three cervical nerves Only structures innervated by C1-C3 have been shown to be capable of causing headache These are the muscles joints and ligaments of the upper three cervical segments but also include the dura mater of the spinal cord and posterior cranial fossa and the vertebral artery

2000 Burns Centenary Appreciation

Findings Presented in 1899 confirmed

April 2000 JAOA Vol100 No4 p259-264

2004 Sherrington Centenary Appreciation Noble Prize winning

Findings which were buried by the AMA Presented in 1904 confirmed

In 1906 Sir Charles Sherrington published The Integrative Action of the Nervous System which was a collection of ten lectures delivered two years before at Yale University in the United States In this monograph

Sherrington summarized two decades of painstaking experimental observations and his incisive interpretation of them It settled the then-

current debate between the lsquolsquoReticular Theoryrsquorsquo versus lsquolsquoNeuron Doctrinersquorsquo ideas about the fundamental nature of the nervous system in mammals in favor of the latter and it changed forever the way in which subsequent generations have viewed the organization of the central

nervous system Sherringtonrsquos magnum opus contains basic concepts and even terminology that are now second nature to every student of the subject This brief article reviews the historical context in which the book was written summarizes its content and considers its impact on

Neurology and Neuroscience

2004 Sherrington Centenary Appreciation Noble Prize winning

Findings which were buried by the AMA Presented in 1904 confirmed

lsquo he is the scientistrsquos philosopher because he had advanced natural knowledge himself by skilled observation and experiment by 50 yearsrsquo

unremitting work in the laboratory and because his own interpretation of his discoveries had given a new extension to the biologistrsquos outlook Physiologists will know this well enough To those who have had to struggle with the mass of detailed material about the brain and cord

Sherringtonrsquos Integrative Action of the Nervous System brings order out of chaos it is hard reading at first because every sentence is charged with meaning some of it direct enough but some reaching out to half formed pictures of wider landscape Though it was published in 1906 it

is still as refreshing as it was then It has needed no revision but Sherringtonrsquos experimental work went on at high pressure for another 30

years filling in the gaps and strengthening the framework rsquo

SPEND FOUR HOURS TRAINING CArsquoS

going over article summaries to build their confidence in

Chiropractic

RICHARD SMITH Ed BMJ

Where is the Wisdom The Poverty of Medical Evidence

Where is the wisdom we have lost in knowledge and where asked T S Eliot is the knowledge we have lost in information There are perhaps 30000 biomedical journals in the world and they have grown steadily by 7 a year since the seventeenth century [1 2] Yet only about 15 of medical interventions are supported by solid scientific evidence David Eddy professor of health policy and management at Duke University North Carolina told a conference in Manchester last week

This is partly because only 1 of the articles in medical journals are scientifically sound [2 3] and partly because many treatments have never been assessed at all If said Professor Eddy it is true as the total quality management gurus tell us that lsquoevery defect is a treasurersquo then we are sitting on King Solomons mineldquo

BMJ 1991 (Oct 5)303798ndash9

Editorials The scandal of poor medical research

bull We need less research better research and research done for the right reasons

bull What should we think about a doctor who uses the wrong treatment either willfully or through ignorance or who uses the right treatment wrongly (such as by giving the wrong dose of a drug) Most people would agree that such behavior was unprofessional arguably unethical and certainly unacceptable

bull What then should we think about researchers who use the wrong techniques (either willfully or in ignorance) use the right techniques wrongly misinterpret their results report their results selectively cite the literature selectively and draw unjustified conclusions We should be appalled Yet numerous studies of the medical literature in both general and specialist journals have shown that all of the above phenomena are common This is surely a scandal

bull BMJ 1994308283-284 (29 January)

CLOSING STATEMENTCALL TO ACTION

Max Planck QuoteldquoA scientific truth does not triumph by

convincing its opponents and making them see the light but rather because its opponents eventually die and a new

generation grows up that is familiar with itrdquo

  • BIBLICAL FOUNDATION THAT INSPIRED MY DOCTORAL THESIS Viscero-Spinal and Spino-Visceral Syndromes Palpatory and Radiological Findings and Spinal Manipulative Therapy Vertebra By Vertebra Nerve By Nerve Clinical Management Couresowork amp Patient Education Visual Software Design Dedicated to JULIANA FARIDI Who Died In My Lap as a result of an undetected uncorrected Atlanto-Axial Subluxation which caused Hangmanrsquos Fracture at the Atlas Axis Vertebra The devastating effects of an undetected uncorrected subluxation Is loss of human life ndash In this case the life of my daughter
  • Slide 2
  • Slide 3
  • Slide 4
  • OPENING STATEMENT
  • Purpose of Sharing this Information
  • Slide 7
  • Slide 8
  • Slide 9
  • The Edwin Smith Papyrus
  • Slide 11
  • Slide 12
  • Slide 13
  • Decades Of Scientific Validation Based on a Foundation of Two Millennia
  • Slide 15
  • Slide 16
  • Expand Font Size Of Text Below Split in 3 or more Slides
  • Slide 18
  • Slide 19
  • Slide 20
  • Expand Font Size Of Text Below Split
  • 1867 James Paget Cases that bonesetters cure BMJ JANUARY 5 1867
  • 1887-1896 James Mackenzie Some Points Bearing on the Association of Sensory Disorders and Visceral Disease
  • 1893 Henry Head
  • Text From Head Article
  • Slide 26
  • Expand Font Size Of Text Below Split text into 2 slides
  • Slide 28
  • 1907 Louisa Burns Viscero-Somatic and Somato Visceral Spinal Reflexes (Hypothesis - Case Study ndash Animal Study Human Study Consensus) ndash 1927 (17 years per Institute of Medicine)
  • Expand Font Size Of Text Below Split text into Several slides PLEASE RETYPE
  • Slide 31
  • Slide 32
  • Slide 33
  • 1935 Sherrington Noble Prizes in Physiology and Medicine
  • Slide 35
  • 1967 Chester Wilk AMA Found Guilty of Conspiracy and Fraud
  • Slide 37
  • John J Bonica
  • 1975 Elizabeth Lomax Comments On Her Findings Based on 250 Year Literature Review
  • 1976 Irvin M Korr
  • Slide 41
  • 1979 Irvin M Korr (Part 2)
  • Slide 43
  • 1979 Irvin M Korr (Part 3)
  • Slide 45
  • 1981 Irvin M Korr (Part 4)
  • Slide 47
  • 1983 Myron Beal Viscerosomtic Reflexes Review of the Literature tabulating 142 Studiesby Author and Vertebral Segment
  • 1983 Myron Beal Viscerosomtic Reflexes Review of the Literature tabulating 142 Studies by Author and Vertebral Segment
  • Slide 50
  • John McM Mennel MD
  • 1992 ndash 2002 Nikolai Bogduk
  • 2000 Burns Centenary Appreciation Findings Presented in 1899 confirmed April 2000 JAOA Vol100 No4 p259-264
  • 2004 Sherrington Centenary Appreciation Noble Prize winning Findings which were buried by the AMA Presented in 1904 confirmed
  • Slide 55
  • Slide 56
  • RICHARD SMITH Ed BMJ Where is the Wisdom The Poverty of Medical Evidence
  • Editorials The scandal of poor medical research
  • CLOSING STATEMENT CALL TO ACTION
Page 39: Tariq Faridi Palmer Palmer South January15

1983 Myron Beal Viscerosomtic Reflexes Review of the Literature

tabulating 142 Studies by Author and Vertebral Segment

1983 Myron Beal Viscerosomtic Reflexes Review of the Literature

tabulating 142 Studies by Author and Vertebral Segment

John McM Mennel MD

bull In a paper Understanding Manipulative Medicine in General Practice published in JMPT in 1989 states Then suddenly we find ourselves in practice where 80 of our patients complain to us for some sort of musculo-skeletal pain 80 may sound high yet remember that visceral and systemic diseases very frequently manifest themselves initially as musculoskeletal painldquo

bull Again John McM Mennel concludes his article as follows Joint dysfunction is not only a diagnosis but an early sign of visceral and systemic diseases

1992 ndash 2002 Nikolai Bogdukbull Only Structures Innervated by c1-c3 are known to cause Migrainesbull Example of Headache Pills ndash Imitrex ndash Naproxen ndash 2

ldquoCervicogenic headache is pain perceived in the head but referred from a primary sourcen in the cervical spine The physiologic basis for this pain is convergence between trigeminal afferents and afferents from the upper three cervical spinal nerves The possible sources of cervicogenic headache lie in the structures innervated by the C1 to C3 spinal nerves and include the upper cervical synovial joints the upper cervical muscles the C2-3 disc the vertebral and internal carotid arteries and the dura mater of the upper spinal cord and posterior cranial fossa Experiments in normal volunteers have established that the cervical muscles and joints can be sources of headacherdquo

bull Bogduk Nikolai The anatomical basis for cervicogenic headache JMPT 1567-70 January 1992

bull Bogduk N Curr Pain Headache Rep Cervicogenic headache anatomic basis and pathophysiologic mechanisms 2001 Aug5(4)382-6

Abstract The neuroanatomical basis for cervicogenic headache is convergence in the trigeminocervical nucleus between nociceptive afferents from the field of the trigemenial nerve and the receptive fields of the first three cervical nerves Only structures innervated by C1-C3 have been shown to be capable of causing headache These are the muscles joints and ligaments of the upper three cervical segments but also include the dura mater of the spinal cord and posterior cranial fossa and the vertebral artery

2000 Burns Centenary Appreciation

Findings Presented in 1899 confirmed

April 2000 JAOA Vol100 No4 p259-264

2004 Sherrington Centenary Appreciation Noble Prize winning

Findings which were buried by the AMA Presented in 1904 confirmed

In 1906 Sir Charles Sherrington published The Integrative Action of the Nervous System which was a collection of ten lectures delivered two years before at Yale University in the United States In this monograph

Sherrington summarized two decades of painstaking experimental observations and his incisive interpretation of them It settled the then-

current debate between the lsquolsquoReticular Theoryrsquorsquo versus lsquolsquoNeuron Doctrinersquorsquo ideas about the fundamental nature of the nervous system in mammals in favor of the latter and it changed forever the way in which subsequent generations have viewed the organization of the central

nervous system Sherringtonrsquos magnum opus contains basic concepts and even terminology that are now second nature to every student of the subject This brief article reviews the historical context in which the book was written summarizes its content and considers its impact on

Neurology and Neuroscience

2004 Sherrington Centenary Appreciation Noble Prize winning

Findings which were buried by the AMA Presented in 1904 confirmed

lsquo he is the scientistrsquos philosopher because he had advanced natural knowledge himself by skilled observation and experiment by 50 yearsrsquo

unremitting work in the laboratory and because his own interpretation of his discoveries had given a new extension to the biologistrsquos outlook Physiologists will know this well enough To those who have had to struggle with the mass of detailed material about the brain and cord

Sherringtonrsquos Integrative Action of the Nervous System brings order out of chaos it is hard reading at first because every sentence is charged with meaning some of it direct enough but some reaching out to half formed pictures of wider landscape Though it was published in 1906 it

is still as refreshing as it was then It has needed no revision but Sherringtonrsquos experimental work went on at high pressure for another 30

years filling in the gaps and strengthening the framework rsquo

SPEND FOUR HOURS TRAINING CArsquoS

going over article summaries to build their confidence in

Chiropractic

RICHARD SMITH Ed BMJ

Where is the Wisdom The Poverty of Medical Evidence

Where is the wisdom we have lost in knowledge and where asked T S Eliot is the knowledge we have lost in information There are perhaps 30000 biomedical journals in the world and they have grown steadily by 7 a year since the seventeenth century [1 2] Yet only about 15 of medical interventions are supported by solid scientific evidence David Eddy professor of health policy and management at Duke University North Carolina told a conference in Manchester last week

This is partly because only 1 of the articles in medical journals are scientifically sound [2 3] and partly because many treatments have never been assessed at all If said Professor Eddy it is true as the total quality management gurus tell us that lsquoevery defect is a treasurersquo then we are sitting on King Solomons mineldquo

BMJ 1991 (Oct 5)303798ndash9

Editorials The scandal of poor medical research

bull We need less research better research and research done for the right reasons

bull What should we think about a doctor who uses the wrong treatment either willfully or through ignorance or who uses the right treatment wrongly (such as by giving the wrong dose of a drug) Most people would agree that such behavior was unprofessional arguably unethical and certainly unacceptable

bull What then should we think about researchers who use the wrong techniques (either willfully or in ignorance) use the right techniques wrongly misinterpret their results report their results selectively cite the literature selectively and draw unjustified conclusions We should be appalled Yet numerous studies of the medical literature in both general and specialist journals have shown that all of the above phenomena are common This is surely a scandal

bull BMJ 1994308283-284 (29 January)

CLOSING STATEMENTCALL TO ACTION

Max Planck QuoteldquoA scientific truth does not triumph by

convincing its opponents and making them see the light but rather because its opponents eventually die and a new

generation grows up that is familiar with itrdquo

  • BIBLICAL FOUNDATION THAT INSPIRED MY DOCTORAL THESIS Viscero-Spinal and Spino-Visceral Syndromes Palpatory and Radiological Findings and Spinal Manipulative Therapy Vertebra By Vertebra Nerve By Nerve Clinical Management Couresowork amp Patient Education Visual Software Design Dedicated to JULIANA FARIDI Who Died In My Lap as a result of an undetected uncorrected Atlanto-Axial Subluxation which caused Hangmanrsquos Fracture at the Atlas Axis Vertebra The devastating effects of an undetected uncorrected subluxation Is loss of human life ndash In this case the life of my daughter
  • Slide 2
  • Slide 3
  • Slide 4
  • OPENING STATEMENT
  • Purpose of Sharing this Information
  • Slide 7
  • Slide 8
  • Slide 9
  • The Edwin Smith Papyrus
  • Slide 11
  • Slide 12
  • Slide 13
  • Decades Of Scientific Validation Based on a Foundation of Two Millennia
  • Slide 15
  • Slide 16
  • Expand Font Size Of Text Below Split in 3 or more Slides
  • Slide 18
  • Slide 19
  • Slide 20
  • Expand Font Size Of Text Below Split
  • 1867 James Paget Cases that bonesetters cure BMJ JANUARY 5 1867
  • 1887-1896 James Mackenzie Some Points Bearing on the Association of Sensory Disorders and Visceral Disease
  • 1893 Henry Head
  • Text From Head Article
  • Slide 26
  • Expand Font Size Of Text Below Split text into 2 slides
  • Slide 28
  • 1907 Louisa Burns Viscero-Somatic and Somato Visceral Spinal Reflexes (Hypothesis - Case Study ndash Animal Study Human Study Consensus) ndash 1927 (17 years per Institute of Medicine)
  • Expand Font Size Of Text Below Split text into Several slides PLEASE RETYPE
  • Slide 31
  • Slide 32
  • Slide 33
  • 1935 Sherrington Noble Prizes in Physiology and Medicine
  • Slide 35
  • 1967 Chester Wilk AMA Found Guilty of Conspiracy and Fraud
  • Slide 37
  • John J Bonica
  • 1975 Elizabeth Lomax Comments On Her Findings Based on 250 Year Literature Review
  • 1976 Irvin M Korr
  • Slide 41
  • 1979 Irvin M Korr (Part 2)
  • Slide 43
  • 1979 Irvin M Korr (Part 3)
  • Slide 45
  • 1981 Irvin M Korr (Part 4)
  • Slide 47
  • 1983 Myron Beal Viscerosomtic Reflexes Review of the Literature tabulating 142 Studiesby Author and Vertebral Segment
  • 1983 Myron Beal Viscerosomtic Reflexes Review of the Literature tabulating 142 Studies by Author and Vertebral Segment
  • Slide 50
  • John McM Mennel MD
  • 1992 ndash 2002 Nikolai Bogduk
  • 2000 Burns Centenary Appreciation Findings Presented in 1899 confirmed April 2000 JAOA Vol100 No4 p259-264
  • 2004 Sherrington Centenary Appreciation Noble Prize winning Findings which were buried by the AMA Presented in 1904 confirmed
  • Slide 55
  • Slide 56
  • RICHARD SMITH Ed BMJ Where is the Wisdom The Poverty of Medical Evidence
  • Editorials The scandal of poor medical research
  • CLOSING STATEMENT CALL TO ACTION
Page 40: Tariq Faridi Palmer Palmer South January15

1983 Myron Beal Viscerosomtic Reflexes Review of the Literature

tabulating 142 Studies by Author and Vertebral Segment

John McM Mennel MD

bull In a paper Understanding Manipulative Medicine in General Practice published in JMPT in 1989 states Then suddenly we find ourselves in practice where 80 of our patients complain to us for some sort of musculo-skeletal pain 80 may sound high yet remember that visceral and systemic diseases very frequently manifest themselves initially as musculoskeletal painldquo

bull Again John McM Mennel concludes his article as follows Joint dysfunction is not only a diagnosis but an early sign of visceral and systemic diseases

1992 ndash 2002 Nikolai Bogdukbull Only Structures Innervated by c1-c3 are known to cause Migrainesbull Example of Headache Pills ndash Imitrex ndash Naproxen ndash 2

ldquoCervicogenic headache is pain perceived in the head but referred from a primary sourcen in the cervical spine The physiologic basis for this pain is convergence between trigeminal afferents and afferents from the upper three cervical spinal nerves The possible sources of cervicogenic headache lie in the structures innervated by the C1 to C3 spinal nerves and include the upper cervical synovial joints the upper cervical muscles the C2-3 disc the vertebral and internal carotid arteries and the dura mater of the upper spinal cord and posterior cranial fossa Experiments in normal volunteers have established that the cervical muscles and joints can be sources of headacherdquo

bull Bogduk Nikolai The anatomical basis for cervicogenic headache JMPT 1567-70 January 1992

bull Bogduk N Curr Pain Headache Rep Cervicogenic headache anatomic basis and pathophysiologic mechanisms 2001 Aug5(4)382-6

Abstract The neuroanatomical basis for cervicogenic headache is convergence in the trigeminocervical nucleus between nociceptive afferents from the field of the trigemenial nerve and the receptive fields of the first three cervical nerves Only structures innervated by C1-C3 have been shown to be capable of causing headache These are the muscles joints and ligaments of the upper three cervical segments but also include the dura mater of the spinal cord and posterior cranial fossa and the vertebral artery

2000 Burns Centenary Appreciation

Findings Presented in 1899 confirmed

April 2000 JAOA Vol100 No4 p259-264

2004 Sherrington Centenary Appreciation Noble Prize winning

Findings which were buried by the AMA Presented in 1904 confirmed

In 1906 Sir Charles Sherrington published The Integrative Action of the Nervous System which was a collection of ten lectures delivered two years before at Yale University in the United States In this monograph

Sherrington summarized two decades of painstaking experimental observations and his incisive interpretation of them It settled the then-

current debate between the lsquolsquoReticular Theoryrsquorsquo versus lsquolsquoNeuron Doctrinersquorsquo ideas about the fundamental nature of the nervous system in mammals in favor of the latter and it changed forever the way in which subsequent generations have viewed the organization of the central

nervous system Sherringtonrsquos magnum opus contains basic concepts and even terminology that are now second nature to every student of the subject This brief article reviews the historical context in which the book was written summarizes its content and considers its impact on

Neurology and Neuroscience

2004 Sherrington Centenary Appreciation Noble Prize winning

Findings which were buried by the AMA Presented in 1904 confirmed

lsquo he is the scientistrsquos philosopher because he had advanced natural knowledge himself by skilled observation and experiment by 50 yearsrsquo

unremitting work in the laboratory and because his own interpretation of his discoveries had given a new extension to the biologistrsquos outlook Physiologists will know this well enough To those who have had to struggle with the mass of detailed material about the brain and cord

Sherringtonrsquos Integrative Action of the Nervous System brings order out of chaos it is hard reading at first because every sentence is charged with meaning some of it direct enough but some reaching out to half formed pictures of wider landscape Though it was published in 1906 it

is still as refreshing as it was then It has needed no revision but Sherringtonrsquos experimental work went on at high pressure for another 30

years filling in the gaps and strengthening the framework rsquo

SPEND FOUR HOURS TRAINING CArsquoS

going over article summaries to build their confidence in

Chiropractic

RICHARD SMITH Ed BMJ

Where is the Wisdom The Poverty of Medical Evidence

Where is the wisdom we have lost in knowledge and where asked T S Eliot is the knowledge we have lost in information There are perhaps 30000 biomedical journals in the world and they have grown steadily by 7 a year since the seventeenth century [1 2] Yet only about 15 of medical interventions are supported by solid scientific evidence David Eddy professor of health policy and management at Duke University North Carolina told a conference in Manchester last week

This is partly because only 1 of the articles in medical journals are scientifically sound [2 3] and partly because many treatments have never been assessed at all If said Professor Eddy it is true as the total quality management gurus tell us that lsquoevery defect is a treasurersquo then we are sitting on King Solomons mineldquo

BMJ 1991 (Oct 5)303798ndash9

Editorials The scandal of poor medical research

bull We need less research better research and research done for the right reasons

bull What should we think about a doctor who uses the wrong treatment either willfully or through ignorance or who uses the right treatment wrongly (such as by giving the wrong dose of a drug) Most people would agree that such behavior was unprofessional arguably unethical and certainly unacceptable

bull What then should we think about researchers who use the wrong techniques (either willfully or in ignorance) use the right techniques wrongly misinterpret their results report their results selectively cite the literature selectively and draw unjustified conclusions We should be appalled Yet numerous studies of the medical literature in both general and specialist journals have shown that all of the above phenomena are common This is surely a scandal

bull BMJ 1994308283-284 (29 January)

CLOSING STATEMENTCALL TO ACTION

Max Planck QuoteldquoA scientific truth does not triumph by

convincing its opponents and making them see the light but rather because its opponents eventually die and a new

generation grows up that is familiar with itrdquo

  • BIBLICAL FOUNDATION THAT INSPIRED MY DOCTORAL THESIS Viscero-Spinal and Spino-Visceral Syndromes Palpatory and Radiological Findings and Spinal Manipulative Therapy Vertebra By Vertebra Nerve By Nerve Clinical Management Couresowork amp Patient Education Visual Software Design Dedicated to JULIANA FARIDI Who Died In My Lap as a result of an undetected uncorrected Atlanto-Axial Subluxation which caused Hangmanrsquos Fracture at the Atlas Axis Vertebra The devastating effects of an undetected uncorrected subluxation Is loss of human life ndash In this case the life of my daughter
  • Slide 2
  • Slide 3
  • Slide 4
  • OPENING STATEMENT
  • Purpose of Sharing this Information
  • Slide 7
  • Slide 8
  • Slide 9
  • The Edwin Smith Papyrus
  • Slide 11
  • Slide 12
  • Slide 13
  • Decades Of Scientific Validation Based on a Foundation of Two Millennia
  • Slide 15
  • Slide 16
  • Expand Font Size Of Text Below Split in 3 or more Slides
  • Slide 18
  • Slide 19
  • Slide 20
  • Expand Font Size Of Text Below Split
  • 1867 James Paget Cases that bonesetters cure BMJ JANUARY 5 1867
  • 1887-1896 James Mackenzie Some Points Bearing on the Association of Sensory Disorders and Visceral Disease
  • 1893 Henry Head
  • Text From Head Article
  • Slide 26
  • Expand Font Size Of Text Below Split text into 2 slides
  • Slide 28
  • 1907 Louisa Burns Viscero-Somatic and Somato Visceral Spinal Reflexes (Hypothesis - Case Study ndash Animal Study Human Study Consensus) ndash 1927 (17 years per Institute of Medicine)
  • Expand Font Size Of Text Below Split text into Several slides PLEASE RETYPE
  • Slide 31
  • Slide 32
  • Slide 33
  • 1935 Sherrington Noble Prizes in Physiology and Medicine
  • Slide 35
  • 1967 Chester Wilk AMA Found Guilty of Conspiracy and Fraud
  • Slide 37
  • John J Bonica
  • 1975 Elizabeth Lomax Comments On Her Findings Based on 250 Year Literature Review
  • 1976 Irvin M Korr
  • Slide 41
  • 1979 Irvin M Korr (Part 2)
  • Slide 43
  • 1979 Irvin M Korr (Part 3)
  • Slide 45
  • 1981 Irvin M Korr (Part 4)
  • Slide 47
  • 1983 Myron Beal Viscerosomtic Reflexes Review of the Literature tabulating 142 Studiesby Author and Vertebral Segment
  • 1983 Myron Beal Viscerosomtic Reflexes Review of the Literature tabulating 142 Studies by Author and Vertebral Segment
  • Slide 50
  • John McM Mennel MD
  • 1992 ndash 2002 Nikolai Bogduk
  • 2000 Burns Centenary Appreciation Findings Presented in 1899 confirmed April 2000 JAOA Vol100 No4 p259-264
  • 2004 Sherrington Centenary Appreciation Noble Prize winning Findings which were buried by the AMA Presented in 1904 confirmed
  • Slide 55
  • Slide 56
  • RICHARD SMITH Ed BMJ Where is the Wisdom The Poverty of Medical Evidence
  • Editorials The scandal of poor medical research
  • CLOSING STATEMENT CALL TO ACTION
Page 41: Tariq Faridi Palmer Palmer South January15

John McM Mennel MD

bull In a paper Understanding Manipulative Medicine in General Practice published in JMPT in 1989 states Then suddenly we find ourselves in practice where 80 of our patients complain to us for some sort of musculo-skeletal pain 80 may sound high yet remember that visceral and systemic diseases very frequently manifest themselves initially as musculoskeletal painldquo

bull Again John McM Mennel concludes his article as follows Joint dysfunction is not only a diagnosis but an early sign of visceral and systemic diseases

1992 ndash 2002 Nikolai Bogdukbull Only Structures Innervated by c1-c3 are known to cause Migrainesbull Example of Headache Pills ndash Imitrex ndash Naproxen ndash 2

ldquoCervicogenic headache is pain perceived in the head but referred from a primary sourcen in the cervical spine The physiologic basis for this pain is convergence between trigeminal afferents and afferents from the upper three cervical spinal nerves The possible sources of cervicogenic headache lie in the structures innervated by the C1 to C3 spinal nerves and include the upper cervical synovial joints the upper cervical muscles the C2-3 disc the vertebral and internal carotid arteries and the dura mater of the upper spinal cord and posterior cranial fossa Experiments in normal volunteers have established that the cervical muscles and joints can be sources of headacherdquo

bull Bogduk Nikolai The anatomical basis for cervicogenic headache JMPT 1567-70 January 1992

bull Bogduk N Curr Pain Headache Rep Cervicogenic headache anatomic basis and pathophysiologic mechanisms 2001 Aug5(4)382-6

Abstract The neuroanatomical basis for cervicogenic headache is convergence in the trigeminocervical nucleus between nociceptive afferents from the field of the trigemenial nerve and the receptive fields of the first three cervical nerves Only structures innervated by C1-C3 have been shown to be capable of causing headache These are the muscles joints and ligaments of the upper three cervical segments but also include the dura mater of the spinal cord and posterior cranial fossa and the vertebral artery

2000 Burns Centenary Appreciation

Findings Presented in 1899 confirmed

April 2000 JAOA Vol100 No4 p259-264

2004 Sherrington Centenary Appreciation Noble Prize winning

Findings which were buried by the AMA Presented in 1904 confirmed

In 1906 Sir Charles Sherrington published The Integrative Action of the Nervous System which was a collection of ten lectures delivered two years before at Yale University in the United States In this monograph

Sherrington summarized two decades of painstaking experimental observations and his incisive interpretation of them It settled the then-

current debate between the lsquolsquoReticular Theoryrsquorsquo versus lsquolsquoNeuron Doctrinersquorsquo ideas about the fundamental nature of the nervous system in mammals in favor of the latter and it changed forever the way in which subsequent generations have viewed the organization of the central

nervous system Sherringtonrsquos magnum opus contains basic concepts and even terminology that are now second nature to every student of the subject This brief article reviews the historical context in which the book was written summarizes its content and considers its impact on

Neurology and Neuroscience

2004 Sherrington Centenary Appreciation Noble Prize winning

Findings which were buried by the AMA Presented in 1904 confirmed

lsquo he is the scientistrsquos philosopher because he had advanced natural knowledge himself by skilled observation and experiment by 50 yearsrsquo

unremitting work in the laboratory and because his own interpretation of his discoveries had given a new extension to the biologistrsquos outlook Physiologists will know this well enough To those who have had to struggle with the mass of detailed material about the brain and cord

Sherringtonrsquos Integrative Action of the Nervous System brings order out of chaos it is hard reading at first because every sentence is charged with meaning some of it direct enough but some reaching out to half formed pictures of wider landscape Though it was published in 1906 it

is still as refreshing as it was then It has needed no revision but Sherringtonrsquos experimental work went on at high pressure for another 30

years filling in the gaps and strengthening the framework rsquo

SPEND FOUR HOURS TRAINING CArsquoS

going over article summaries to build their confidence in

Chiropractic

RICHARD SMITH Ed BMJ

Where is the Wisdom The Poverty of Medical Evidence

Where is the wisdom we have lost in knowledge and where asked T S Eliot is the knowledge we have lost in information There are perhaps 30000 biomedical journals in the world and they have grown steadily by 7 a year since the seventeenth century [1 2] Yet only about 15 of medical interventions are supported by solid scientific evidence David Eddy professor of health policy and management at Duke University North Carolina told a conference in Manchester last week

This is partly because only 1 of the articles in medical journals are scientifically sound [2 3] and partly because many treatments have never been assessed at all If said Professor Eddy it is true as the total quality management gurus tell us that lsquoevery defect is a treasurersquo then we are sitting on King Solomons mineldquo

BMJ 1991 (Oct 5)303798ndash9

Editorials The scandal of poor medical research

bull We need less research better research and research done for the right reasons

bull What should we think about a doctor who uses the wrong treatment either willfully or through ignorance or who uses the right treatment wrongly (such as by giving the wrong dose of a drug) Most people would agree that such behavior was unprofessional arguably unethical and certainly unacceptable

bull What then should we think about researchers who use the wrong techniques (either willfully or in ignorance) use the right techniques wrongly misinterpret their results report their results selectively cite the literature selectively and draw unjustified conclusions We should be appalled Yet numerous studies of the medical literature in both general and specialist journals have shown that all of the above phenomena are common This is surely a scandal

bull BMJ 1994308283-284 (29 January)

CLOSING STATEMENTCALL TO ACTION

Max Planck QuoteldquoA scientific truth does not triumph by

convincing its opponents and making them see the light but rather because its opponents eventually die and a new

generation grows up that is familiar with itrdquo

  • BIBLICAL FOUNDATION THAT INSPIRED MY DOCTORAL THESIS Viscero-Spinal and Spino-Visceral Syndromes Palpatory and Radiological Findings and Spinal Manipulative Therapy Vertebra By Vertebra Nerve By Nerve Clinical Management Couresowork amp Patient Education Visual Software Design Dedicated to JULIANA FARIDI Who Died In My Lap as a result of an undetected uncorrected Atlanto-Axial Subluxation which caused Hangmanrsquos Fracture at the Atlas Axis Vertebra The devastating effects of an undetected uncorrected subluxation Is loss of human life ndash In this case the life of my daughter
  • Slide 2
  • Slide 3
  • Slide 4
  • OPENING STATEMENT
  • Purpose of Sharing this Information
  • Slide 7
  • Slide 8
  • Slide 9
  • The Edwin Smith Papyrus
  • Slide 11
  • Slide 12
  • Slide 13
  • Decades Of Scientific Validation Based on a Foundation of Two Millennia
  • Slide 15
  • Slide 16
  • Expand Font Size Of Text Below Split in 3 or more Slides
  • Slide 18
  • Slide 19
  • Slide 20
  • Expand Font Size Of Text Below Split
  • 1867 James Paget Cases that bonesetters cure BMJ JANUARY 5 1867
  • 1887-1896 James Mackenzie Some Points Bearing on the Association of Sensory Disorders and Visceral Disease
  • 1893 Henry Head
  • Text From Head Article
  • Slide 26
  • Expand Font Size Of Text Below Split text into 2 slides
  • Slide 28
  • 1907 Louisa Burns Viscero-Somatic and Somato Visceral Spinal Reflexes (Hypothesis - Case Study ndash Animal Study Human Study Consensus) ndash 1927 (17 years per Institute of Medicine)
  • Expand Font Size Of Text Below Split text into Several slides PLEASE RETYPE
  • Slide 31
  • Slide 32
  • Slide 33
  • 1935 Sherrington Noble Prizes in Physiology and Medicine
  • Slide 35
  • 1967 Chester Wilk AMA Found Guilty of Conspiracy and Fraud
  • Slide 37
  • John J Bonica
  • 1975 Elizabeth Lomax Comments On Her Findings Based on 250 Year Literature Review
  • 1976 Irvin M Korr
  • Slide 41
  • 1979 Irvin M Korr (Part 2)
  • Slide 43
  • 1979 Irvin M Korr (Part 3)
  • Slide 45
  • 1981 Irvin M Korr (Part 4)
  • Slide 47
  • 1983 Myron Beal Viscerosomtic Reflexes Review of the Literature tabulating 142 Studiesby Author and Vertebral Segment
  • 1983 Myron Beal Viscerosomtic Reflexes Review of the Literature tabulating 142 Studies by Author and Vertebral Segment
  • Slide 50
  • John McM Mennel MD
  • 1992 ndash 2002 Nikolai Bogduk
  • 2000 Burns Centenary Appreciation Findings Presented in 1899 confirmed April 2000 JAOA Vol100 No4 p259-264
  • 2004 Sherrington Centenary Appreciation Noble Prize winning Findings which were buried by the AMA Presented in 1904 confirmed
  • Slide 55
  • Slide 56
  • RICHARD SMITH Ed BMJ Where is the Wisdom The Poverty of Medical Evidence
  • Editorials The scandal of poor medical research
  • CLOSING STATEMENT CALL TO ACTION
Page 42: Tariq Faridi Palmer Palmer South January15

1992 ndash 2002 Nikolai Bogdukbull Only Structures Innervated by c1-c3 are known to cause Migrainesbull Example of Headache Pills ndash Imitrex ndash Naproxen ndash 2

ldquoCervicogenic headache is pain perceived in the head but referred from a primary sourcen in the cervical spine The physiologic basis for this pain is convergence between trigeminal afferents and afferents from the upper three cervical spinal nerves The possible sources of cervicogenic headache lie in the structures innervated by the C1 to C3 spinal nerves and include the upper cervical synovial joints the upper cervical muscles the C2-3 disc the vertebral and internal carotid arteries and the dura mater of the upper spinal cord and posterior cranial fossa Experiments in normal volunteers have established that the cervical muscles and joints can be sources of headacherdquo

bull Bogduk Nikolai The anatomical basis for cervicogenic headache JMPT 1567-70 January 1992

bull Bogduk N Curr Pain Headache Rep Cervicogenic headache anatomic basis and pathophysiologic mechanisms 2001 Aug5(4)382-6

Abstract The neuroanatomical basis for cervicogenic headache is convergence in the trigeminocervical nucleus between nociceptive afferents from the field of the trigemenial nerve and the receptive fields of the first three cervical nerves Only structures innervated by C1-C3 have been shown to be capable of causing headache These are the muscles joints and ligaments of the upper three cervical segments but also include the dura mater of the spinal cord and posterior cranial fossa and the vertebral artery

2000 Burns Centenary Appreciation

Findings Presented in 1899 confirmed

April 2000 JAOA Vol100 No4 p259-264

2004 Sherrington Centenary Appreciation Noble Prize winning

Findings which were buried by the AMA Presented in 1904 confirmed

In 1906 Sir Charles Sherrington published The Integrative Action of the Nervous System which was a collection of ten lectures delivered two years before at Yale University in the United States In this monograph

Sherrington summarized two decades of painstaking experimental observations and his incisive interpretation of them It settled the then-

current debate between the lsquolsquoReticular Theoryrsquorsquo versus lsquolsquoNeuron Doctrinersquorsquo ideas about the fundamental nature of the nervous system in mammals in favor of the latter and it changed forever the way in which subsequent generations have viewed the organization of the central

nervous system Sherringtonrsquos magnum opus contains basic concepts and even terminology that are now second nature to every student of the subject This brief article reviews the historical context in which the book was written summarizes its content and considers its impact on

Neurology and Neuroscience

2004 Sherrington Centenary Appreciation Noble Prize winning

Findings which were buried by the AMA Presented in 1904 confirmed

lsquo he is the scientistrsquos philosopher because he had advanced natural knowledge himself by skilled observation and experiment by 50 yearsrsquo

unremitting work in the laboratory and because his own interpretation of his discoveries had given a new extension to the biologistrsquos outlook Physiologists will know this well enough To those who have had to struggle with the mass of detailed material about the brain and cord

Sherringtonrsquos Integrative Action of the Nervous System brings order out of chaos it is hard reading at first because every sentence is charged with meaning some of it direct enough but some reaching out to half formed pictures of wider landscape Though it was published in 1906 it

is still as refreshing as it was then It has needed no revision but Sherringtonrsquos experimental work went on at high pressure for another 30

years filling in the gaps and strengthening the framework rsquo

SPEND FOUR HOURS TRAINING CArsquoS

going over article summaries to build their confidence in

Chiropractic

RICHARD SMITH Ed BMJ

Where is the Wisdom The Poverty of Medical Evidence

Where is the wisdom we have lost in knowledge and where asked T S Eliot is the knowledge we have lost in information There are perhaps 30000 biomedical journals in the world and they have grown steadily by 7 a year since the seventeenth century [1 2] Yet only about 15 of medical interventions are supported by solid scientific evidence David Eddy professor of health policy and management at Duke University North Carolina told a conference in Manchester last week

This is partly because only 1 of the articles in medical journals are scientifically sound [2 3] and partly because many treatments have never been assessed at all If said Professor Eddy it is true as the total quality management gurus tell us that lsquoevery defect is a treasurersquo then we are sitting on King Solomons mineldquo

BMJ 1991 (Oct 5)303798ndash9

Editorials The scandal of poor medical research

bull We need less research better research and research done for the right reasons

bull What should we think about a doctor who uses the wrong treatment either willfully or through ignorance or who uses the right treatment wrongly (such as by giving the wrong dose of a drug) Most people would agree that such behavior was unprofessional arguably unethical and certainly unacceptable

bull What then should we think about researchers who use the wrong techniques (either willfully or in ignorance) use the right techniques wrongly misinterpret their results report their results selectively cite the literature selectively and draw unjustified conclusions We should be appalled Yet numerous studies of the medical literature in both general and specialist journals have shown that all of the above phenomena are common This is surely a scandal

bull BMJ 1994308283-284 (29 January)

CLOSING STATEMENTCALL TO ACTION

Max Planck QuoteldquoA scientific truth does not triumph by

convincing its opponents and making them see the light but rather because its opponents eventually die and a new

generation grows up that is familiar with itrdquo

  • BIBLICAL FOUNDATION THAT INSPIRED MY DOCTORAL THESIS Viscero-Spinal and Spino-Visceral Syndromes Palpatory and Radiological Findings and Spinal Manipulative Therapy Vertebra By Vertebra Nerve By Nerve Clinical Management Couresowork amp Patient Education Visual Software Design Dedicated to JULIANA FARIDI Who Died In My Lap as a result of an undetected uncorrected Atlanto-Axial Subluxation which caused Hangmanrsquos Fracture at the Atlas Axis Vertebra The devastating effects of an undetected uncorrected subluxation Is loss of human life ndash In this case the life of my daughter
  • Slide 2
  • Slide 3
  • Slide 4
  • OPENING STATEMENT
  • Purpose of Sharing this Information
  • Slide 7
  • Slide 8
  • Slide 9
  • The Edwin Smith Papyrus
  • Slide 11
  • Slide 12
  • Slide 13
  • Decades Of Scientific Validation Based on a Foundation of Two Millennia
  • Slide 15
  • Slide 16
  • Expand Font Size Of Text Below Split in 3 or more Slides
  • Slide 18
  • Slide 19
  • Slide 20
  • Expand Font Size Of Text Below Split
  • 1867 James Paget Cases that bonesetters cure BMJ JANUARY 5 1867
  • 1887-1896 James Mackenzie Some Points Bearing on the Association of Sensory Disorders and Visceral Disease
  • 1893 Henry Head
  • Text From Head Article
  • Slide 26
  • Expand Font Size Of Text Below Split text into 2 slides
  • Slide 28
  • 1907 Louisa Burns Viscero-Somatic and Somato Visceral Spinal Reflexes (Hypothesis - Case Study ndash Animal Study Human Study Consensus) ndash 1927 (17 years per Institute of Medicine)
  • Expand Font Size Of Text Below Split text into Several slides PLEASE RETYPE
  • Slide 31
  • Slide 32
  • Slide 33
  • 1935 Sherrington Noble Prizes in Physiology and Medicine
  • Slide 35
  • 1967 Chester Wilk AMA Found Guilty of Conspiracy and Fraud
  • Slide 37
  • John J Bonica
  • 1975 Elizabeth Lomax Comments On Her Findings Based on 250 Year Literature Review
  • 1976 Irvin M Korr
  • Slide 41
  • 1979 Irvin M Korr (Part 2)
  • Slide 43
  • 1979 Irvin M Korr (Part 3)
  • Slide 45
  • 1981 Irvin M Korr (Part 4)
  • Slide 47
  • 1983 Myron Beal Viscerosomtic Reflexes Review of the Literature tabulating 142 Studiesby Author and Vertebral Segment
  • 1983 Myron Beal Viscerosomtic Reflexes Review of the Literature tabulating 142 Studies by Author and Vertebral Segment
  • Slide 50
  • John McM Mennel MD
  • 1992 ndash 2002 Nikolai Bogduk
  • 2000 Burns Centenary Appreciation Findings Presented in 1899 confirmed April 2000 JAOA Vol100 No4 p259-264
  • 2004 Sherrington Centenary Appreciation Noble Prize winning Findings which were buried by the AMA Presented in 1904 confirmed
  • Slide 55
  • Slide 56
  • RICHARD SMITH Ed BMJ Where is the Wisdom The Poverty of Medical Evidence
  • Editorials The scandal of poor medical research
  • CLOSING STATEMENT CALL TO ACTION
Page 43: Tariq Faridi Palmer Palmer South January15

2000 Burns Centenary Appreciation

Findings Presented in 1899 confirmed

April 2000 JAOA Vol100 No4 p259-264

2004 Sherrington Centenary Appreciation Noble Prize winning

Findings which were buried by the AMA Presented in 1904 confirmed

In 1906 Sir Charles Sherrington published The Integrative Action of the Nervous System which was a collection of ten lectures delivered two years before at Yale University in the United States In this monograph

Sherrington summarized two decades of painstaking experimental observations and his incisive interpretation of them It settled the then-

current debate between the lsquolsquoReticular Theoryrsquorsquo versus lsquolsquoNeuron Doctrinersquorsquo ideas about the fundamental nature of the nervous system in mammals in favor of the latter and it changed forever the way in which subsequent generations have viewed the organization of the central

nervous system Sherringtonrsquos magnum opus contains basic concepts and even terminology that are now second nature to every student of the subject This brief article reviews the historical context in which the book was written summarizes its content and considers its impact on

Neurology and Neuroscience

2004 Sherrington Centenary Appreciation Noble Prize winning

Findings which were buried by the AMA Presented in 1904 confirmed

lsquo he is the scientistrsquos philosopher because he had advanced natural knowledge himself by skilled observation and experiment by 50 yearsrsquo

unremitting work in the laboratory and because his own interpretation of his discoveries had given a new extension to the biologistrsquos outlook Physiologists will know this well enough To those who have had to struggle with the mass of detailed material about the brain and cord

Sherringtonrsquos Integrative Action of the Nervous System brings order out of chaos it is hard reading at first because every sentence is charged with meaning some of it direct enough but some reaching out to half formed pictures of wider landscape Though it was published in 1906 it

is still as refreshing as it was then It has needed no revision but Sherringtonrsquos experimental work went on at high pressure for another 30

years filling in the gaps and strengthening the framework rsquo

SPEND FOUR HOURS TRAINING CArsquoS

going over article summaries to build their confidence in

Chiropractic

RICHARD SMITH Ed BMJ

Where is the Wisdom The Poverty of Medical Evidence

Where is the wisdom we have lost in knowledge and where asked T S Eliot is the knowledge we have lost in information There are perhaps 30000 biomedical journals in the world and they have grown steadily by 7 a year since the seventeenth century [1 2] Yet only about 15 of medical interventions are supported by solid scientific evidence David Eddy professor of health policy and management at Duke University North Carolina told a conference in Manchester last week

This is partly because only 1 of the articles in medical journals are scientifically sound [2 3] and partly because many treatments have never been assessed at all If said Professor Eddy it is true as the total quality management gurus tell us that lsquoevery defect is a treasurersquo then we are sitting on King Solomons mineldquo

BMJ 1991 (Oct 5)303798ndash9

Editorials The scandal of poor medical research

bull We need less research better research and research done for the right reasons

bull What should we think about a doctor who uses the wrong treatment either willfully or through ignorance or who uses the right treatment wrongly (such as by giving the wrong dose of a drug) Most people would agree that such behavior was unprofessional arguably unethical and certainly unacceptable

bull What then should we think about researchers who use the wrong techniques (either willfully or in ignorance) use the right techniques wrongly misinterpret their results report their results selectively cite the literature selectively and draw unjustified conclusions We should be appalled Yet numerous studies of the medical literature in both general and specialist journals have shown that all of the above phenomena are common This is surely a scandal

bull BMJ 1994308283-284 (29 January)

CLOSING STATEMENTCALL TO ACTION

Max Planck QuoteldquoA scientific truth does not triumph by

convincing its opponents and making them see the light but rather because its opponents eventually die and a new

generation grows up that is familiar with itrdquo

  • BIBLICAL FOUNDATION THAT INSPIRED MY DOCTORAL THESIS Viscero-Spinal and Spino-Visceral Syndromes Palpatory and Radiological Findings and Spinal Manipulative Therapy Vertebra By Vertebra Nerve By Nerve Clinical Management Couresowork amp Patient Education Visual Software Design Dedicated to JULIANA FARIDI Who Died In My Lap as a result of an undetected uncorrected Atlanto-Axial Subluxation which caused Hangmanrsquos Fracture at the Atlas Axis Vertebra The devastating effects of an undetected uncorrected subluxation Is loss of human life ndash In this case the life of my daughter
  • Slide 2
  • Slide 3
  • Slide 4
  • OPENING STATEMENT
  • Purpose of Sharing this Information
  • Slide 7
  • Slide 8
  • Slide 9
  • The Edwin Smith Papyrus
  • Slide 11
  • Slide 12
  • Slide 13
  • Decades Of Scientific Validation Based on a Foundation of Two Millennia
  • Slide 15
  • Slide 16
  • Expand Font Size Of Text Below Split in 3 or more Slides
  • Slide 18
  • Slide 19
  • Slide 20
  • Expand Font Size Of Text Below Split
  • 1867 James Paget Cases that bonesetters cure BMJ JANUARY 5 1867
  • 1887-1896 James Mackenzie Some Points Bearing on the Association of Sensory Disorders and Visceral Disease
  • 1893 Henry Head
  • Text From Head Article
  • Slide 26
  • Expand Font Size Of Text Below Split text into 2 slides
  • Slide 28
  • 1907 Louisa Burns Viscero-Somatic and Somato Visceral Spinal Reflexes (Hypothesis - Case Study ndash Animal Study Human Study Consensus) ndash 1927 (17 years per Institute of Medicine)
  • Expand Font Size Of Text Below Split text into Several slides PLEASE RETYPE
  • Slide 31
  • Slide 32
  • Slide 33
  • 1935 Sherrington Noble Prizes in Physiology and Medicine
  • Slide 35
  • 1967 Chester Wilk AMA Found Guilty of Conspiracy and Fraud
  • Slide 37
  • John J Bonica
  • 1975 Elizabeth Lomax Comments On Her Findings Based on 250 Year Literature Review
  • 1976 Irvin M Korr
  • Slide 41
  • 1979 Irvin M Korr (Part 2)
  • Slide 43
  • 1979 Irvin M Korr (Part 3)
  • Slide 45
  • 1981 Irvin M Korr (Part 4)
  • Slide 47
  • 1983 Myron Beal Viscerosomtic Reflexes Review of the Literature tabulating 142 Studiesby Author and Vertebral Segment
  • 1983 Myron Beal Viscerosomtic Reflexes Review of the Literature tabulating 142 Studies by Author and Vertebral Segment
  • Slide 50
  • John McM Mennel MD
  • 1992 ndash 2002 Nikolai Bogduk
  • 2000 Burns Centenary Appreciation Findings Presented in 1899 confirmed April 2000 JAOA Vol100 No4 p259-264
  • 2004 Sherrington Centenary Appreciation Noble Prize winning Findings which were buried by the AMA Presented in 1904 confirmed
  • Slide 55
  • Slide 56
  • RICHARD SMITH Ed BMJ Where is the Wisdom The Poverty of Medical Evidence
  • Editorials The scandal of poor medical research
  • CLOSING STATEMENT CALL TO ACTION
Page 44: Tariq Faridi Palmer Palmer South January15

2004 Sherrington Centenary Appreciation Noble Prize winning

Findings which were buried by the AMA Presented in 1904 confirmed

In 1906 Sir Charles Sherrington published The Integrative Action of the Nervous System which was a collection of ten lectures delivered two years before at Yale University in the United States In this monograph

Sherrington summarized two decades of painstaking experimental observations and his incisive interpretation of them It settled the then-

current debate between the lsquolsquoReticular Theoryrsquorsquo versus lsquolsquoNeuron Doctrinersquorsquo ideas about the fundamental nature of the nervous system in mammals in favor of the latter and it changed forever the way in which subsequent generations have viewed the organization of the central

nervous system Sherringtonrsquos magnum opus contains basic concepts and even terminology that are now second nature to every student of the subject This brief article reviews the historical context in which the book was written summarizes its content and considers its impact on

Neurology and Neuroscience

2004 Sherrington Centenary Appreciation Noble Prize winning

Findings which were buried by the AMA Presented in 1904 confirmed

lsquo he is the scientistrsquos philosopher because he had advanced natural knowledge himself by skilled observation and experiment by 50 yearsrsquo

unremitting work in the laboratory and because his own interpretation of his discoveries had given a new extension to the biologistrsquos outlook Physiologists will know this well enough To those who have had to struggle with the mass of detailed material about the brain and cord

Sherringtonrsquos Integrative Action of the Nervous System brings order out of chaos it is hard reading at first because every sentence is charged with meaning some of it direct enough but some reaching out to half formed pictures of wider landscape Though it was published in 1906 it

is still as refreshing as it was then It has needed no revision but Sherringtonrsquos experimental work went on at high pressure for another 30

years filling in the gaps and strengthening the framework rsquo

SPEND FOUR HOURS TRAINING CArsquoS

going over article summaries to build their confidence in

Chiropractic

RICHARD SMITH Ed BMJ

Where is the Wisdom The Poverty of Medical Evidence

Where is the wisdom we have lost in knowledge and where asked T S Eliot is the knowledge we have lost in information There are perhaps 30000 biomedical journals in the world and they have grown steadily by 7 a year since the seventeenth century [1 2] Yet only about 15 of medical interventions are supported by solid scientific evidence David Eddy professor of health policy and management at Duke University North Carolina told a conference in Manchester last week

This is partly because only 1 of the articles in medical journals are scientifically sound [2 3] and partly because many treatments have never been assessed at all If said Professor Eddy it is true as the total quality management gurus tell us that lsquoevery defect is a treasurersquo then we are sitting on King Solomons mineldquo

BMJ 1991 (Oct 5)303798ndash9

Editorials The scandal of poor medical research

bull We need less research better research and research done for the right reasons

bull What should we think about a doctor who uses the wrong treatment either willfully or through ignorance or who uses the right treatment wrongly (such as by giving the wrong dose of a drug) Most people would agree that such behavior was unprofessional arguably unethical and certainly unacceptable

bull What then should we think about researchers who use the wrong techniques (either willfully or in ignorance) use the right techniques wrongly misinterpret their results report their results selectively cite the literature selectively and draw unjustified conclusions We should be appalled Yet numerous studies of the medical literature in both general and specialist journals have shown that all of the above phenomena are common This is surely a scandal

bull BMJ 1994308283-284 (29 January)

CLOSING STATEMENTCALL TO ACTION

Max Planck QuoteldquoA scientific truth does not triumph by

convincing its opponents and making them see the light but rather because its opponents eventually die and a new

generation grows up that is familiar with itrdquo

  • BIBLICAL FOUNDATION THAT INSPIRED MY DOCTORAL THESIS Viscero-Spinal and Spino-Visceral Syndromes Palpatory and Radiological Findings and Spinal Manipulative Therapy Vertebra By Vertebra Nerve By Nerve Clinical Management Couresowork amp Patient Education Visual Software Design Dedicated to JULIANA FARIDI Who Died In My Lap as a result of an undetected uncorrected Atlanto-Axial Subluxation which caused Hangmanrsquos Fracture at the Atlas Axis Vertebra The devastating effects of an undetected uncorrected subluxation Is loss of human life ndash In this case the life of my daughter
  • Slide 2
  • Slide 3
  • Slide 4
  • OPENING STATEMENT
  • Purpose of Sharing this Information
  • Slide 7
  • Slide 8
  • Slide 9
  • The Edwin Smith Papyrus
  • Slide 11
  • Slide 12
  • Slide 13
  • Decades Of Scientific Validation Based on a Foundation of Two Millennia
  • Slide 15
  • Slide 16
  • Expand Font Size Of Text Below Split in 3 or more Slides
  • Slide 18
  • Slide 19
  • Slide 20
  • Expand Font Size Of Text Below Split
  • 1867 James Paget Cases that bonesetters cure BMJ JANUARY 5 1867
  • 1887-1896 James Mackenzie Some Points Bearing on the Association of Sensory Disorders and Visceral Disease
  • 1893 Henry Head
  • Text From Head Article
  • Slide 26
  • Expand Font Size Of Text Below Split text into 2 slides
  • Slide 28
  • 1907 Louisa Burns Viscero-Somatic and Somato Visceral Spinal Reflexes (Hypothesis - Case Study ndash Animal Study Human Study Consensus) ndash 1927 (17 years per Institute of Medicine)
  • Expand Font Size Of Text Below Split text into Several slides PLEASE RETYPE
  • Slide 31
  • Slide 32
  • Slide 33
  • 1935 Sherrington Noble Prizes in Physiology and Medicine
  • Slide 35
  • 1967 Chester Wilk AMA Found Guilty of Conspiracy and Fraud
  • Slide 37
  • John J Bonica
  • 1975 Elizabeth Lomax Comments On Her Findings Based on 250 Year Literature Review
  • 1976 Irvin M Korr
  • Slide 41
  • 1979 Irvin M Korr (Part 2)
  • Slide 43
  • 1979 Irvin M Korr (Part 3)
  • Slide 45
  • 1981 Irvin M Korr (Part 4)
  • Slide 47
  • 1983 Myron Beal Viscerosomtic Reflexes Review of the Literature tabulating 142 Studiesby Author and Vertebral Segment
  • 1983 Myron Beal Viscerosomtic Reflexes Review of the Literature tabulating 142 Studies by Author and Vertebral Segment
  • Slide 50
  • John McM Mennel MD
  • 1992 ndash 2002 Nikolai Bogduk
  • 2000 Burns Centenary Appreciation Findings Presented in 1899 confirmed April 2000 JAOA Vol100 No4 p259-264
  • 2004 Sherrington Centenary Appreciation Noble Prize winning Findings which were buried by the AMA Presented in 1904 confirmed
  • Slide 55
  • Slide 56
  • RICHARD SMITH Ed BMJ Where is the Wisdom The Poverty of Medical Evidence
  • Editorials The scandal of poor medical research
  • CLOSING STATEMENT CALL TO ACTION
Page 45: Tariq Faridi Palmer Palmer South January15

2004 Sherrington Centenary Appreciation Noble Prize winning

Findings which were buried by the AMA Presented in 1904 confirmed

lsquo he is the scientistrsquos philosopher because he had advanced natural knowledge himself by skilled observation and experiment by 50 yearsrsquo

unremitting work in the laboratory and because his own interpretation of his discoveries had given a new extension to the biologistrsquos outlook Physiologists will know this well enough To those who have had to struggle with the mass of detailed material about the brain and cord

Sherringtonrsquos Integrative Action of the Nervous System brings order out of chaos it is hard reading at first because every sentence is charged with meaning some of it direct enough but some reaching out to half formed pictures of wider landscape Though it was published in 1906 it

is still as refreshing as it was then It has needed no revision but Sherringtonrsquos experimental work went on at high pressure for another 30

years filling in the gaps and strengthening the framework rsquo

SPEND FOUR HOURS TRAINING CArsquoS

going over article summaries to build their confidence in

Chiropractic

RICHARD SMITH Ed BMJ

Where is the Wisdom The Poverty of Medical Evidence

Where is the wisdom we have lost in knowledge and where asked T S Eliot is the knowledge we have lost in information There are perhaps 30000 biomedical journals in the world and they have grown steadily by 7 a year since the seventeenth century [1 2] Yet only about 15 of medical interventions are supported by solid scientific evidence David Eddy professor of health policy and management at Duke University North Carolina told a conference in Manchester last week

This is partly because only 1 of the articles in medical journals are scientifically sound [2 3] and partly because many treatments have never been assessed at all If said Professor Eddy it is true as the total quality management gurus tell us that lsquoevery defect is a treasurersquo then we are sitting on King Solomons mineldquo

BMJ 1991 (Oct 5)303798ndash9

Editorials The scandal of poor medical research

bull We need less research better research and research done for the right reasons

bull What should we think about a doctor who uses the wrong treatment either willfully or through ignorance or who uses the right treatment wrongly (such as by giving the wrong dose of a drug) Most people would agree that such behavior was unprofessional arguably unethical and certainly unacceptable

bull What then should we think about researchers who use the wrong techniques (either willfully or in ignorance) use the right techniques wrongly misinterpret their results report their results selectively cite the literature selectively and draw unjustified conclusions We should be appalled Yet numerous studies of the medical literature in both general and specialist journals have shown that all of the above phenomena are common This is surely a scandal

bull BMJ 1994308283-284 (29 January)

CLOSING STATEMENTCALL TO ACTION

Max Planck QuoteldquoA scientific truth does not triumph by

convincing its opponents and making them see the light but rather because its opponents eventually die and a new

generation grows up that is familiar with itrdquo

  • BIBLICAL FOUNDATION THAT INSPIRED MY DOCTORAL THESIS Viscero-Spinal and Spino-Visceral Syndromes Palpatory and Radiological Findings and Spinal Manipulative Therapy Vertebra By Vertebra Nerve By Nerve Clinical Management Couresowork amp Patient Education Visual Software Design Dedicated to JULIANA FARIDI Who Died In My Lap as a result of an undetected uncorrected Atlanto-Axial Subluxation which caused Hangmanrsquos Fracture at the Atlas Axis Vertebra The devastating effects of an undetected uncorrected subluxation Is loss of human life ndash In this case the life of my daughter
  • Slide 2
  • Slide 3
  • Slide 4
  • OPENING STATEMENT
  • Purpose of Sharing this Information
  • Slide 7
  • Slide 8
  • Slide 9
  • The Edwin Smith Papyrus
  • Slide 11
  • Slide 12
  • Slide 13
  • Decades Of Scientific Validation Based on a Foundation of Two Millennia
  • Slide 15
  • Slide 16
  • Expand Font Size Of Text Below Split in 3 or more Slides
  • Slide 18
  • Slide 19
  • Slide 20
  • Expand Font Size Of Text Below Split
  • 1867 James Paget Cases that bonesetters cure BMJ JANUARY 5 1867
  • 1887-1896 James Mackenzie Some Points Bearing on the Association of Sensory Disorders and Visceral Disease
  • 1893 Henry Head
  • Text From Head Article
  • Slide 26
  • Expand Font Size Of Text Below Split text into 2 slides
  • Slide 28
  • 1907 Louisa Burns Viscero-Somatic and Somato Visceral Spinal Reflexes (Hypothesis - Case Study ndash Animal Study Human Study Consensus) ndash 1927 (17 years per Institute of Medicine)
  • Expand Font Size Of Text Below Split text into Several slides PLEASE RETYPE
  • Slide 31
  • Slide 32
  • Slide 33
  • 1935 Sherrington Noble Prizes in Physiology and Medicine
  • Slide 35
  • 1967 Chester Wilk AMA Found Guilty of Conspiracy and Fraud
  • Slide 37
  • John J Bonica
  • 1975 Elizabeth Lomax Comments On Her Findings Based on 250 Year Literature Review
  • 1976 Irvin M Korr
  • Slide 41
  • 1979 Irvin M Korr (Part 2)
  • Slide 43
  • 1979 Irvin M Korr (Part 3)
  • Slide 45
  • 1981 Irvin M Korr (Part 4)
  • Slide 47
  • 1983 Myron Beal Viscerosomtic Reflexes Review of the Literature tabulating 142 Studiesby Author and Vertebral Segment
  • 1983 Myron Beal Viscerosomtic Reflexes Review of the Literature tabulating 142 Studies by Author and Vertebral Segment
  • Slide 50
  • John McM Mennel MD
  • 1992 ndash 2002 Nikolai Bogduk
  • 2000 Burns Centenary Appreciation Findings Presented in 1899 confirmed April 2000 JAOA Vol100 No4 p259-264
  • 2004 Sherrington Centenary Appreciation Noble Prize winning Findings which were buried by the AMA Presented in 1904 confirmed
  • Slide 55
  • Slide 56
  • RICHARD SMITH Ed BMJ Where is the Wisdom The Poverty of Medical Evidence
  • Editorials The scandal of poor medical research
  • CLOSING STATEMENT CALL TO ACTION
Page 46: Tariq Faridi Palmer Palmer South January15

SPEND FOUR HOURS TRAINING CArsquoS

going over article summaries to build their confidence in

Chiropractic

RICHARD SMITH Ed BMJ

Where is the Wisdom The Poverty of Medical Evidence

Where is the wisdom we have lost in knowledge and where asked T S Eliot is the knowledge we have lost in information There are perhaps 30000 biomedical journals in the world and they have grown steadily by 7 a year since the seventeenth century [1 2] Yet only about 15 of medical interventions are supported by solid scientific evidence David Eddy professor of health policy and management at Duke University North Carolina told a conference in Manchester last week

This is partly because only 1 of the articles in medical journals are scientifically sound [2 3] and partly because many treatments have never been assessed at all If said Professor Eddy it is true as the total quality management gurus tell us that lsquoevery defect is a treasurersquo then we are sitting on King Solomons mineldquo

BMJ 1991 (Oct 5)303798ndash9

Editorials The scandal of poor medical research

bull We need less research better research and research done for the right reasons

bull What should we think about a doctor who uses the wrong treatment either willfully or through ignorance or who uses the right treatment wrongly (such as by giving the wrong dose of a drug) Most people would agree that such behavior was unprofessional arguably unethical and certainly unacceptable

bull What then should we think about researchers who use the wrong techniques (either willfully or in ignorance) use the right techniques wrongly misinterpret their results report their results selectively cite the literature selectively and draw unjustified conclusions We should be appalled Yet numerous studies of the medical literature in both general and specialist journals have shown that all of the above phenomena are common This is surely a scandal

bull BMJ 1994308283-284 (29 January)

CLOSING STATEMENTCALL TO ACTION

Max Planck QuoteldquoA scientific truth does not triumph by

convincing its opponents and making them see the light but rather because its opponents eventually die and a new

generation grows up that is familiar with itrdquo

  • BIBLICAL FOUNDATION THAT INSPIRED MY DOCTORAL THESIS Viscero-Spinal and Spino-Visceral Syndromes Palpatory and Radiological Findings and Spinal Manipulative Therapy Vertebra By Vertebra Nerve By Nerve Clinical Management Couresowork amp Patient Education Visual Software Design Dedicated to JULIANA FARIDI Who Died In My Lap as a result of an undetected uncorrected Atlanto-Axial Subluxation which caused Hangmanrsquos Fracture at the Atlas Axis Vertebra The devastating effects of an undetected uncorrected subluxation Is loss of human life ndash In this case the life of my daughter
  • Slide 2
  • Slide 3
  • Slide 4
  • OPENING STATEMENT
  • Purpose of Sharing this Information
  • Slide 7
  • Slide 8
  • Slide 9
  • The Edwin Smith Papyrus
  • Slide 11
  • Slide 12
  • Slide 13
  • Decades Of Scientific Validation Based on a Foundation of Two Millennia
  • Slide 15
  • Slide 16
  • Expand Font Size Of Text Below Split in 3 or more Slides
  • Slide 18
  • Slide 19
  • Slide 20
  • Expand Font Size Of Text Below Split
  • 1867 James Paget Cases that bonesetters cure BMJ JANUARY 5 1867
  • 1887-1896 James Mackenzie Some Points Bearing on the Association of Sensory Disorders and Visceral Disease
  • 1893 Henry Head
  • Text From Head Article
  • Slide 26
  • Expand Font Size Of Text Below Split text into 2 slides
  • Slide 28
  • 1907 Louisa Burns Viscero-Somatic and Somato Visceral Spinal Reflexes (Hypothesis - Case Study ndash Animal Study Human Study Consensus) ndash 1927 (17 years per Institute of Medicine)
  • Expand Font Size Of Text Below Split text into Several slides PLEASE RETYPE
  • Slide 31
  • Slide 32
  • Slide 33
  • 1935 Sherrington Noble Prizes in Physiology and Medicine
  • Slide 35
  • 1967 Chester Wilk AMA Found Guilty of Conspiracy and Fraud
  • Slide 37
  • John J Bonica
  • 1975 Elizabeth Lomax Comments On Her Findings Based on 250 Year Literature Review
  • 1976 Irvin M Korr
  • Slide 41
  • 1979 Irvin M Korr (Part 2)
  • Slide 43
  • 1979 Irvin M Korr (Part 3)
  • Slide 45
  • 1981 Irvin M Korr (Part 4)
  • Slide 47
  • 1983 Myron Beal Viscerosomtic Reflexes Review of the Literature tabulating 142 Studiesby Author and Vertebral Segment
  • 1983 Myron Beal Viscerosomtic Reflexes Review of the Literature tabulating 142 Studies by Author and Vertebral Segment
  • Slide 50
  • John McM Mennel MD
  • 1992 ndash 2002 Nikolai Bogduk
  • 2000 Burns Centenary Appreciation Findings Presented in 1899 confirmed April 2000 JAOA Vol100 No4 p259-264
  • 2004 Sherrington Centenary Appreciation Noble Prize winning Findings which were buried by the AMA Presented in 1904 confirmed
  • Slide 55
  • Slide 56
  • RICHARD SMITH Ed BMJ Where is the Wisdom The Poverty of Medical Evidence
  • Editorials The scandal of poor medical research
  • CLOSING STATEMENT CALL TO ACTION
Page 47: Tariq Faridi Palmer Palmer South January15

RICHARD SMITH Ed BMJ

Where is the Wisdom The Poverty of Medical Evidence

Where is the wisdom we have lost in knowledge and where asked T S Eliot is the knowledge we have lost in information There are perhaps 30000 biomedical journals in the world and they have grown steadily by 7 a year since the seventeenth century [1 2] Yet only about 15 of medical interventions are supported by solid scientific evidence David Eddy professor of health policy and management at Duke University North Carolina told a conference in Manchester last week

This is partly because only 1 of the articles in medical journals are scientifically sound [2 3] and partly because many treatments have never been assessed at all If said Professor Eddy it is true as the total quality management gurus tell us that lsquoevery defect is a treasurersquo then we are sitting on King Solomons mineldquo

BMJ 1991 (Oct 5)303798ndash9

Editorials The scandal of poor medical research

bull We need less research better research and research done for the right reasons

bull What should we think about a doctor who uses the wrong treatment either willfully or through ignorance or who uses the right treatment wrongly (such as by giving the wrong dose of a drug) Most people would agree that such behavior was unprofessional arguably unethical and certainly unacceptable

bull What then should we think about researchers who use the wrong techniques (either willfully or in ignorance) use the right techniques wrongly misinterpret their results report their results selectively cite the literature selectively and draw unjustified conclusions We should be appalled Yet numerous studies of the medical literature in both general and specialist journals have shown that all of the above phenomena are common This is surely a scandal

bull BMJ 1994308283-284 (29 January)

CLOSING STATEMENTCALL TO ACTION

Max Planck QuoteldquoA scientific truth does not triumph by

convincing its opponents and making them see the light but rather because its opponents eventually die and a new

generation grows up that is familiar with itrdquo

  • BIBLICAL FOUNDATION THAT INSPIRED MY DOCTORAL THESIS Viscero-Spinal and Spino-Visceral Syndromes Palpatory and Radiological Findings and Spinal Manipulative Therapy Vertebra By Vertebra Nerve By Nerve Clinical Management Couresowork amp Patient Education Visual Software Design Dedicated to JULIANA FARIDI Who Died In My Lap as a result of an undetected uncorrected Atlanto-Axial Subluxation which caused Hangmanrsquos Fracture at the Atlas Axis Vertebra The devastating effects of an undetected uncorrected subluxation Is loss of human life ndash In this case the life of my daughter
  • Slide 2
  • Slide 3
  • Slide 4
  • OPENING STATEMENT
  • Purpose of Sharing this Information
  • Slide 7
  • Slide 8
  • Slide 9
  • The Edwin Smith Papyrus
  • Slide 11
  • Slide 12
  • Slide 13
  • Decades Of Scientific Validation Based on a Foundation of Two Millennia
  • Slide 15
  • Slide 16
  • Expand Font Size Of Text Below Split in 3 or more Slides
  • Slide 18
  • Slide 19
  • Slide 20
  • Expand Font Size Of Text Below Split
  • 1867 James Paget Cases that bonesetters cure BMJ JANUARY 5 1867
  • 1887-1896 James Mackenzie Some Points Bearing on the Association of Sensory Disorders and Visceral Disease
  • 1893 Henry Head
  • Text From Head Article
  • Slide 26
  • Expand Font Size Of Text Below Split text into 2 slides
  • Slide 28
  • 1907 Louisa Burns Viscero-Somatic and Somato Visceral Spinal Reflexes (Hypothesis - Case Study ndash Animal Study Human Study Consensus) ndash 1927 (17 years per Institute of Medicine)
  • Expand Font Size Of Text Below Split text into Several slides PLEASE RETYPE
  • Slide 31
  • Slide 32
  • Slide 33
  • 1935 Sherrington Noble Prizes in Physiology and Medicine
  • Slide 35
  • 1967 Chester Wilk AMA Found Guilty of Conspiracy and Fraud
  • Slide 37
  • John J Bonica
  • 1975 Elizabeth Lomax Comments On Her Findings Based on 250 Year Literature Review
  • 1976 Irvin M Korr
  • Slide 41
  • 1979 Irvin M Korr (Part 2)
  • Slide 43
  • 1979 Irvin M Korr (Part 3)
  • Slide 45
  • 1981 Irvin M Korr (Part 4)
  • Slide 47
  • 1983 Myron Beal Viscerosomtic Reflexes Review of the Literature tabulating 142 Studiesby Author and Vertebral Segment
  • 1983 Myron Beal Viscerosomtic Reflexes Review of the Literature tabulating 142 Studies by Author and Vertebral Segment
  • Slide 50
  • John McM Mennel MD
  • 1992 ndash 2002 Nikolai Bogduk
  • 2000 Burns Centenary Appreciation Findings Presented in 1899 confirmed April 2000 JAOA Vol100 No4 p259-264
  • 2004 Sherrington Centenary Appreciation Noble Prize winning Findings which were buried by the AMA Presented in 1904 confirmed
  • Slide 55
  • Slide 56
  • RICHARD SMITH Ed BMJ Where is the Wisdom The Poverty of Medical Evidence
  • Editorials The scandal of poor medical research
  • CLOSING STATEMENT CALL TO ACTION
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Editorials The scandal of poor medical research

bull We need less research better research and research done for the right reasons

bull What should we think about a doctor who uses the wrong treatment either willfully or through ignorance or who uses the right treatment wrongly (such as by giving the wrong dose of a drug) Most people would agree that such behavior was unprofessional arguably unethical and certainly unacceptable

bull What then should we think about researchers who use the wrong techniques (either willfully or in ignorance) use the right techniques wrongly misinterpret their results report their results selectively cite the literature selectively and draw unjustified conclusions We should be appalled Yet numerous studies of the medical literature in both general and specialist journals have shown that all of the above phenomena are common This is surely a scandal

bull BMJ 1994308283-284 (29 January)

CLOSING STATEMENTCALL TO ACTION

Max Planck QuoteldquoA scientific truth does not triumph by

convincing its opponents and making them see the light but rather because its opponents eventually die and a new

generation grows up that is familiar with itrdquo

  • BIBLICAL FOUNDATION THAT INSPIRED MY DOCTORAL THESIS Viscero-Spinal and Spino-Visceral Syndromes Palpatory and Radiological Findings and Spinal Manipulative Therapy Vertebra By Vertebra Nerve By Nerve Clinical Management Couresowork amp Patient Education Visual Software Design Dedicated to JULIANA FARIDI Who Died In My Lap as a result of an undetected uncorrected Atlanto-Axial Subluxation which caused Hangmanrsquos Fracture at the Atlas Axis Vertebra The devastating effects of an undetected uncorrected subluxation Is loss of human life ndash In this case the life of my daughter
  • Slide 2
  • Slide 3
  • Slide 4
  • OPENING STATEMENT
  • Purpose of Sharing this Information
  • Slide 7
  • Slide 8
  • Slide 9
  • The Edwin Smith Papyrus
  • Slide 11
  • Slide 12
  • Slide 13
  • Decades Of Scientific Validation Based on a Foundation of Two Millennia
  • Slide 15
  • Slide 16
  • Expand Font Size Of Text Below Split in 3 or more Slides
  • Slide 18
  • Slide 19
  • Slide 20
  • Expand Font Size Of Text Below Split
  • 1867 James Paget Cases that bonesetters cure BMJ JANUARY 5 1867
  • 1887-1896 James Mackenzie Some Points Bearing on the Association of Sensory Disorders and Visceral Disease
  • 1893 Henry Head
  • Text From Head Article
  • Slide 26
  • Expand Font Size Of Text Below Split text into 2 slides
  • Slide 28
  • 1907 Louisa Burns Viscero-Somatic and Somato Visceral Spinal Reflexes (Hypothesis - Case Study ndash Animal Study Human Study Consensus) ndash 1927 (17 years per Institute of Medicine)
  • Expand Font Size Of Text Below Split text into Several slides PLEASE RETYPE
  • Slide 31
  • Slide 32
  • Slide 33
  • 1935 Sherrington Noble Prizes in Physiology and Medicine
  • Slide 35
  • 1967 Chester Wilk AMA Found Guilty of Conspiracy and Fraud
  • Slide 37
  • John J Bonica
  • 1975 Elizabeth Lomax Comments On Her Findings Based on 250 Year Literature Review
  • 1976 Irvin M Korr
  • Slide 41
  • 1979 Irvin M Korr (Part 2)
  • Slide 43
  • 1979 Irvin M Korr (Part 3)
  • Slide 45
  • 1981 Irvin M Korr (Part 4)
  • Slide 47
  • 1983 Myron Beal Viscerosomtic Reflexes Review of the Literature tabulating 142 Studiesby Author and Vertebral Segment
  • 1983 Myron Beal Viscerosomtic Reflexes Review of the Literature tabulating 142 Studies by Author and Vertebral Segment
  • Slide 50
  • John McM Mennel MD
  • 1992 ndash 2002 Nikolai Bogduk
  • 2000 Burns Centenary Appreciation Findings Presented in 1899 confirmed April 2000 JAOA Vol100 No4 p259-264
  • 2004 Sherrington Centenary Appreciation Noble Prize winning Findings which were buried by the AMA Presented in 1904 confirmed
  • Slide 55
  • Slide 56
  • RICHARD SMITH Ed BMJ Where is the Wisdom The Poverty of Medical Evidence
  • Editorials The scandal of poor medical research
  • CLOSING STATEMENT CALL TO ACTION
Page 49: Tariq Faridi Palmer Palmer South January15

CLOSING STATEMENTCALL TO ACTION

Max Planck QuoteldquoA scientific truth does not triumph by

convincing its opponents and making them see the light but rather because its opponents eventually die and a new

generation grows up that is familiar with itrdquo

  • BIBLICAL FOUNDATION THAT INSPIRED MY DOCTORAL THESIS Viscero-Spinal and Spino-Visceral Syndromes Palpatory and Radiological Findings and Spinal Manipulative Therapy Vertebra By Vertebra Nerve By Nerve Clinical Management Couresowork amp Patient Education Visual Software Design Dedicated to JULIANA FARIDI Who Died In My Lap as a result of an undetected uncorrected Atlanto-Axial Subluxation which caused Hangmanrsquos Fracture at the Atlas Axis Vertebra The devastating effects of an undetected uncorrected subluxation Is loss of human life ndash In this case the life of my daughter
  • Slide 2
  • Slide 3
  • Slide 4
  • OPENING STATEMENT
  • Purpose of Sharing this Information
  • Slide 7
  • Slide 8
  • Slide 9
  • The Edwin Smith Papyrus
  • Slide 11
  • Slide 12
  • Slide 13
  • Decades Of Scientific Validation Based on a Foundation of Two Millennia
  • Slide 15
  • Slide 16
  • Expand Font Size Of Text Below Split in 3 or more Slides
  • Slide 18
  • Slide 19
  • Slide 20
  • Expand Font Size Of Text Below Split
  • 1867 James Paget Cases that bonesetters cure BMJ JANUARY 5 1867
  • 1887-1896 James Mackenzie Some Points Bearing on the Association of Sensory Disorders and Visceral Disease
  • 1893 Henry Head
  • Text From Head Article
  • Slide 26
  • Expand Font Size Of Text Below Split text into 2 slides
  • Slide 28
  • 1907 Louisa Burns Viscero-Somatic and Somato Visceral Spinal Reflexes (Hypothesis - Case Study ndash Animal Study Human Study Consensus) ndash 1927 (17 years per Institute of Medicine)
  • Expand Font Size Of Text Below Split text into Several slides PLEASE RETYPE
  • Slide 31
  • Slide 32
  • Slide 33
  • 1935 Sherrington Noble Prizes in Physiology and Medicine
  • Slide 35
  • 1967 Chester Wilk AMA Found Guilty of Conspiracy and Fraud
  • Slide 37
  • John J Bonica
  • 1975 Elizabeth Lomax Comments On Her Findings Based on 250 Year Literature Review
  • 1976 Irvin M Korr
  • Slide 41
  • 1979 Irvin M Korr (Part 2)
  • Slide 43
  • 1979 Irvin M Korr (Part 3)
  • Slide 45
  • 1981 Irvin M Korr (Part 4)
  • Slide 47
  • 1983 Myron Beal Viscerosomtic Reflexes Review of the Literature tabulating 142 Studiesby Author and Vertebral Segment
  • 1983 Myron Beal Viscerosomtic Reflexes Review of the Literature tabulating 142 Studies by Author and Vertebral Segment
  • Slide 50
  • John McM Mennel MD
  • 1992 ndash 2002 Nikolai Bogduk
  • 2000 Burns Centenary Appreciation Findings Presented in 1899 confirmed April 2000 JAOA Vol100 No4 p259-264
  • 2004 Sherrington Centenary Appreciation Noble Prize winning Findings which were buried by the AMA Presented in 1904 confirmed
  • Slide 55
  • Slide 56
  • RICHARD SMITH Ed BMJ Where is the Wisdom The Poverty of Medical Evidence
  • Editorials The scandal of poor medical research
  • CLOSING STATEMENT CALL TO ACTION