spondylotherapy

spondylotherapy

(spŏn″dĭl-ō-thĕr′ă-pē) [″ + therapeia, treatment]
Spinal therapeutics; spinal manipulation in the treatment of disease.
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Cooper, a 1912 graduate of the International College of Chiropractic Spondylotherapy, Detroit, Michigan, was the first of four generations of chiropractors to practice there.
In 1910 Abrams [Albert Abrams (1863-1924)] was a doctor, who used "electricity therapy" he called ERA (Electronic Reactions of Abrams or: Radionics), published a book on a "medical technique" he called Spondylotherapy. It was his version of Chiropractic and Osteopathy, which were criticized by the medical establishment at the time.