Index to Chiropractic Literature
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ID 22980
  Title David S. Walther, DC, DIBAK: Scholar, researcher, politician and teacher
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Journal Chiropr Hist. 2013 Summer;33(1):10-27
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Dr. David S. Walther was the product of a straight chiropractic family and education, and made his mark as a teacher and encyclopedist of the broad-scope chiropractic method called applied kinesiology (AK). David was politically influential in uniting the Colorado Chiropractic Society and the Colorado Chiropractic Association (one straight and the other mixer) into a single organization, as he was the only person that both organizations would agree upon as their new president in the early 1970s. David subsequently created six textbooks and four chapters for other textbooks spanning numerous disciplines, including AK and dentistry and AK and complementary and alternative medicine, as well as educational materials about AK for the general public. These textbooks have been translated into Italian, Japanese, Korean, French, and German, and a Chinese translation of his Applied Kinesiology: Synopsis is underway. David also produced over sixty patient-education pamphlets covering separate clinical subjects that have been sold to clinicians for several decades. David is cited as the primary reference in hundreds of peer-reviewed articles on AK. His career provides a model for the chiropractic scholar and clinician-scientist today.

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