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Chiropractic Trivia

Two chiropractic colleges were formed in 1908. They are both still in operation. What are their names?

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In 1914, B.J. Palmer held an event that historian J. Stuart Moore described as, “Under the searing heat of a late-summer Iowa sun, B.J. combined hoopla, showmanship, and fervent oratory to inflame participants with a missionary zeal for his brand of straight chiropractic.” What was that event?

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In what year was the Palmer School of Chiropractic opened?

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In the early days of chiropractic, a Japanese chiropractor was accused of practicing medicine illegally in Wisconsin and was found innocent of the charges. In what year did that happen?

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B. J. Palmer developed a theory that divided the body into zones and vertemeres. What was the name of the theory?

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D.D. and B. J. Palmer formed an association for chiropractors. What did they name it?

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A patient, who was also a friend of D. D. Palmer, coined the term “chiropractic.” What was the name of this individual?

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The American Medical Association and the FDA once held a joint conference (“Congress on Medical Quackery”) to alert the public of the dangers and exorbitant expenses that could result from using other than mainstream medical care. When was that conference held?

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Which chiropractic college was the first to offer liberal arts classes to its students?

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Since 1922, how many different organizations have called themselves the American Chiropractic Association?

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In 1913, chiropractic was legalized for the first time. Which state passed this historic legislation?

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The year 1908 saw the birth of two new chiropractic colleges — both of which are still operating. Which colleges were chartered in that year?

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Today’s chiropractic colleges are accredited by the Commission on Accreditation of the Council on Chiropractic Education. However, chiropractic schools existed for many years before they were accredited. When were the first accreditation criteria established for chiropractic schools?

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A chiropractor in Ohio had been arrested a dozen times for practicing without a state medical association permit and served four jail sentences, the longest of which was six months. His civil disobedience earned him the dubbing, “most jailed chiropractor.” Who was he?

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What was the title of Drs. D. D. and B. J. Palmer’s first coauthored book?

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What were the call letters of B. J. Palmer’s Davenport radio station?

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How many years after the X ray was first discovered was it added to the curriculum at Palmer School of Chiropractic?

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In 1991, how many chiropractors were practicing in The Netherlands?

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B.J. Palmer invented a piece of equipment that purportedly detected subluxation. What was the name of that piece of equipment?

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Chiropractic's centennial was celebrated in 1995. Besides Davenport, Iowa (the birthplace of chiropractic), what other cities held gala celebrations?

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Who was known as "chiropractic's most eloquent speaker"?

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What was the last state to legalize chiropractic — and when did legalization happen there?

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In 1962 a female chiropractor appeared on the television quiz show "What's My Line?" How many people watched the show that night and learned about chiropractic?

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