By Michael Dorausch, D.C. I’ve recently been enjoying reading and studying two different directories I’ve acquired for the city of Los Angeles, published in the years 1915 and 1916. These books were the beginning of what later became known to most of us as the Yellow Pages and I’ve been fascinated with the near century old ancestry of local search, advertising (especially for chiropractic schools and chiropractors), and vision that these individuals had. Association of American Directory Publishers The scanned page shown above is from a 1916 directory for the city of Los Angeles. The books were not prominently known […]

All In One Day Chiropractic Seminars California

By Michael Dorausch, D.C. Like nearly all chiropractors throughout the US, I get mail regularly for continuing education seminars, and for relicensing events taking place in the states I’m licensed to practice in. Those in the business of running these events typically post details to the chiropractic seminars pages but sometimes I’ll highlight particular events coming up ( most typically for the state of California) so they either appear also in the news or these chiropractic blog pages. I don’t attend every continuing chiropractic education event that comes to Los Angeles, but I try to attend one event per month […]

2011 Talk the TIC Finals Photos

By Michael Dorausch, D.C. Parker Chiropractic University recently hosted a chiropractic speaking event known as Talk the TIC. Talk the TIC is a worldwide annual chiropractic health talk competition between chiropractic students effectively delivering a chiropractic message to others. I was a founding member of the Chiropractic Speaking Club at Los Angeles Cleveland Chiropractic College in the 90s and I learned how critically important public speaking is. It’s incredibly impressive to me to see what chiropractic students are doing today. Here are some photos sent to me from the event… 9 finalists were selected to Talk the TIC at Parker […]

Los Angeles Rich in Chiropractic History

By Michael Dorausch, D.C. I don’t know if chiropractic history is still taught in chiropractic schools, but I would imagine most chiropractors hopefully know that chiropractic was founded by DD Palmer in 1895. The birthplace of chiropractic is Davenport Iowa and the Palmer School of Chiropractic located in that city is commonly referred to as the Fountainhead. Chiropractors, including DD Palmer himself, began appearing on record in other US states shortly after the 1890s. The first record I have of a chiropractor practicing in Los Angeles California is in the year 1902. Chiropractic in the Los Angeles County area was […]

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