Fountainhead of Chiropractic Schools
Most chiropractic schools trace their origins back to Palmer College of Chiropractic. Founded in 1897, Palmer College is known as The Trusted Leader in Chiropractic Education® because:
The following list of chiropractic schools illustrates why Palmer College is the fountainhead of chiropractic.
- Palmer College of Chiropractic: Founded in 1897 by the discoverer of chiropractic, D.D. Palmer.
- University of Western States: In 1904, John Marsh, D.C., and his wife Eva founded the school with support from D.D. Palmer.
- National University of Health Sciences: Founded in 1906 by Palmer College graduate John Fitz Allen Howard, D.C.
- Texas Chiropractic College: Founded in 1908 by John N. Stone, M.D., D.C.
- Southern California University of Health Sciences: Founded in 1911 by Charles Cale, D.C.
- New York Chiropractic College: Founded in 1919 by Frank Dean, D.C.
- Cleveland Chiropractic & Health Sciences: Founded in 1922 by Palmer College graduates C.S. Cleveland Sr., D.C.; Ruth R. Cleveland, D.C.
and Perl B. Griffin, D.C.
- Logan University: Founded in 1935 by Dr. H.B. Logan.
- Northwestern Health Sciences University: Founded in June 1941 by Palmer College graduate John B. Wolfe, D.C.
- Sherman College of Chiropractic: Founded in 1973 by Palmer College graduate Thom Gelardi, D.C.
- Life University and Life Chiropractic College West: Founded in 1975 by Sid Williams, D.C., a graduate of Palmer College.
- Parker University: Founded in 1978 by Palmer College graduate James W. Parker, D.C.
- University of Bridgeport College of Chiropractic: Founded in 1990.
- D'Youville College of Chiropractic: Founded in 2003.