The father of the chiropractic
Daniel David Palmer established the modern practice of spinal manipulation in the 19th century.
He is known as the father of the chiropractic. In the first ten years of Palmer’s practice, he asked doctors about the true causes of diseases and why people have different diseases despite living in the same environment. He wanted to know how two people with the same parents, who live in the same house, breathe the same air and drink the same water can have significant health differences and how one is susceptible to a disease, while the other is perfectly healthy. Palmer figured that in addition to the external factors, the function of the nervous system can be an internal factor that affects a person’s health.