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Introducing the Neurocalometer: a view from the Fountain Head

July 31, 2014

A review and analysis of the 1924 introduction of the neurocalometer (NCM), a heat-sensing instrument purported to detect “nerve interference” (subluxation), is presented. Included are the origins of the device, the terms and expense of B.J. Palmer’s leasing program for the NCM, the role of the NCM as centerpiece in a “back to straight chiropractic”

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