Chiropr Hist. 1997 ; 17(2): 37-48.
Arthur Emanuel Lundh, Norway's first chiropractor - the years between the wars.
These days, chiropractic is progressing worldwide as a recognized health discipline. Most of today's chiropractors, however, have graduated in the last fifteen years. Do they recognize the principle that one must know one's past in order to form one's future? Do they know what it took, what sacrifices that were made in order for them to become members of a respected health profession? This paper is an attempt to demonstrate the character of one of the pioneers who laid down the fundament of today's chiropractic. It took special people with an extraordinary character to give today's chiropractors today's opportunities.