In the early nineteen twenties, a young man named Clarence Gonstead was diagnosed with acute rheumatoid arthritis and was unable to walk. After being treated unsuccessfully by traditional doctors, his aunt called J. B. Olson, a chiropractor. The doctor treated Clarence with a series of adjustments and rest. Soon, the young man was walking.
Clarence went to trade school, and following his gradutation, took a job as an automotive engineer so he could pay his way through The Palmer School of Chiropractic.
The following is taken from www.gonstead.com
At that time the technical skills of the typical graduating chiropractor were crude and rudimentary. Gonstead changed that and gave the profession a logical and bio-mechanically sound system for practicing chiropractic. With a gift of solving mechanical problems, he developed his own ideas on subluxations, x-ray, and adjusting bones through the empirical data he gathered from his large practice. Although perhaps not his intent, Gonstead redefined the very nature of chiropractic.
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Based on his personal and professional experience, Dr. Gonstead led the way for Doctors of Chiropractic like me to help people like you.
Dean Ferber, DC
501 NW Frontage Rd, Byron MN
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