An exploration of issues in the philosophy of chiropractic from the Academy of Chiropractic Philosophers at Sherman College of Chiropractic
- Thomas J. Kramer, D.C., A.C.P.: "Thermodynamics: The Link that Binds the Philosophy, Science and Art of Chiropractic in the Detection of the Neurological Component of Vertebral Subluxation"
- Michael J. Norman, D.C., A.C.P.: "A Christian Understanding of Innate Intelligence and the Philosophy of Chiropractic"
- Daniel H. R. Smith, B.App.Sc (Sports) M.Chiro, A.C.P: "The Imperative of Tone within the Philosophy, Science and Art of Chiropractic: An Overview"
- Marc Swerdlick, D.C., A.C.P.: "Strategic Model for Propagating a Subluxation Correction Paradigm for the Purpose of Increasing Public Utilization"
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Candidates complete a scholarly 100-hour program exploring classical to modern-day philosophy. The program is divided into five live sessions and five distance learning modules. Participants will...
* Study the validity of the 33 principles even with many developments in science and technology and examine them for relevance.
* Re-visit the reasoning process and compare mechanistic and vitalistic thought.
* Evaluate their relevance and application as they listen, question and synthesize current thinking in biology, chiropractic research, adaptability, ethics and professional identity in the practical application of chiropractic philosophy.
The sessions will challenge the thinking process and the application of philosophy in the chiropractic profession. Successful completion of the program leads to membership in the prestigious Academy of Chiropractic Philosophers (ACP).
The ICA Council on Philosophical Chiropractic Standards accepts the successful completion of the ACP for 100 hours towards its Diplomate in Philosophical Chiropractic Standards.