The Buxton Technological Course
in Painless Chiropractic
A. G. A. Buxton, D.C.
MY INTENTION in publishing this work is not to ignore
the faithful labors and splendid achievement by others of the profession,
but rather that all might read and learn from it pages the art of lessening
the severity and discomfort produced by hard adjustments, and with the
hope that chiropractic may very soon mean one and the same thing everywhere.
Certainly we stand in need of a technique that will convey but one meaning
to the public mind.
An experience of nearly fifteen years has made me
an appreciative student of the principles of chiropractic, during which
period I have been a close observer of the diversified developments and
intricate methods of operation. For nearly ten years I have been
giving painless adjustments according to those illustrated herein with
The earnestness of my heart is with every unselfish
effort made in the interest of chiropractic and with every loyal associate
in our great profession.
Therefore, with every kind thought and wish for even a better
technique, this volume is sincerely sent forth upon its mission.