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THE healing of the sick is an ancient and honorable profession requiring innate attributes and characteristics. Not everyone can be 0appy in the practice of this profession. It is important that the prospective student, looking upon the science of . Chiropractic as a life work, first determine in his own heart whether or not he would derive real pleasure in bringing relief from disease and suffering to his fell ow men. If such a career appeals to you, the field of Basic Chiropractic offers an opportunity for a wonderful service to suffering humanity. Unfortunately, the process of becoming a competent and skilled practitioner of Basic Chiropractic is long and arduous. The Logan Basic College of Chiropractic is for serious minded students who want the finest technical training in their chosen field. They must be willing to work hard to master the basic sciences which underlie all healing arts. Euclid once said that there is no royal road ·to geometry. There is no easy way to acquire the knowledge so necessary_if you are to become an outstanding and respected professional man. The Logan Basic College of Chiropractic is for those who want the finest training available in this field. The course it offers is the longest, hardest and most expensive. But the rewards are corresponding1y great. For those who aspire to be leaders in their profession, to be regarded in their communities as authorities in the field of Chiropractic healing; for those who are properly ambitious to enjoy the monetary rewards which come to the highly skilled, a professional degree from the Logan Basic College of Chiropractic will be a long step in the attainment of these goals. Throughout the United States, Logan graduates are bringing new health and happiness to a million grateful patients who testify to the amazing benefits they have secured through the skillful application of Basic Technique. The discovery of these fun dam en tal laws of heal th opens new horizons to alert men and women with the foresight and wisdom to u~dertake a career in a field which is daily rising to new heights of public confidence and recognition.

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Dr. Hugh B. Logan The principles of Basic Technique were discovered by Dr. Hugh B. Logan who founded and endowed the Logan Basic College of Chiropractic following a long and distinguished career as a practicing chiropractor. President from the time the college was founded until his death, Dr. Logan 's sound principles of Chiropractic education serve as the foundation of the college.


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Suooe~L P1z,aciice ,(!~ ~ ea.~e eowue ~ s~ The course of study required for graduation from Logan College of Chiropractic satisfies tl:ie legal requirements for practice in Ontario, Canada and all but two of the forty-eight states. The Logan College program is designed to equip each student with the ability to maintain a distinguished and successful practice. As a result of the high educational standards of their college, unparalleled in schools of Chiropractic, Logan graduates are gaining unprecedented success in the practice of their chosen profession.

CHIROPRACTIC: Palpation, Philosophy, Drill X-ray Procedure and Interpretation Office Procedure and Jurisprudence Physics Psychology

1260 hours

ANATOMY: Histology, Embryology, Orthopedy

1000 hours

PHYSIOLOGY

320 hours

DIAGNOSIS: Physical, Pathology, Pediatrics . . . Dermatology, Hygiene, First Aid and Bacteriology

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940 hours

CHEMISTRY: Organic, Inorganic, Laboratory, Toxicology, Dietetics and Bio Chemistry

OBSTETRICS and GYNECOLOGY

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120 hours

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1000 hours 5100 hours

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The four year course of study offered at the Logan Basic College of Chiropractic assures students the broad background in academic courses essential for a well-rounded education. A thorough study of anatomy, physiology, chemistry, physics and mechanics serves as a sound foundation for the advanced technical training. Upon completion of the four year program, Logan graduates are fully equipped to assume the responsibilities of leaders in their communities as outstanding professional men and women.

Courses required during the freshman year

Logan students continue with the study of

form a foundation for the following three

anatomy, physiology and diagnosis during

years ' work . Freshman students begin their

their third year and take introductory courses

study in the fields of organic and inorganic

in bacteriology, toxicology and psychology.

chemistry, histology, embryology, anatomy,

Junior students, with their background train-

physiology, X-ray physics and the Chiro-

ing in the art of determining body distortions

practic courses- orthopedy, philosophy and

and restoring bodies to normal, enter the

palpation.

clinic for Chiropractic experience under the guidance of instructors.

With the freshman groundwork complete, Logan students are prepared for the more difficult courses required during the second

The correlation of the entire four year pro-

year. Sophomores continue with the study

gram is the aim of the senior year at the

of anatomy and physiology, and begin work

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Bio-

the final year include dermatology, pedi-

chemistry, which is the application of chem-

atrics, obstetrics, X-ray interpretation, office

symptomatology and

diagnosis.

istry to the body, supplements first year

co~rses offered during

procedure, pathology and ethics.

work in this field . Chiropractic philosophy, body mechanics, technique and physical

The basic work during the senior year is

diagnosis are new courses during the sopho-

done in the clinic. Senior students, under the

more year,

supervision of their instructors, have private

which help to prepare the

student for work in the clinic.

patients and specialized training.

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The course includes a study of the theory and practice on which the student's training at the Logan College of Chiropractic is based. A complete study of all phases of Chiropractic philosophy is offered to enable the student to better enlighten uninformed laymen of the great benefits in Chiropractic.

A study is made of each part and organ of the body as it should function normally without body distortion. Explanations for all body functions are included· in the course, according to related functions .

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Training in the art of Chiropractic adj us ting is started during the second year and instructs Logan students in the Basic Technique correction of spinal distortions. This course is required for 3 complete years.

Histology is the study of microscopic anatomy of normal body tissues. The student is assisted with slides to study tissue broken down into separate cells.

Section of Clinic where advanced students gain actual practice in Basic Technique

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Both physical diagnosis, which is an

The study of pathology, which includes the

examination of the parts of the body, and

microscopic examination of diseased tissue,

symtomatic diagnosis, which is an examina-

is required for all Logan students as a part of the background for diagnosis. Because

tion according to outstanding characteristics

every part and organ of the body is affected

of each disease, are included in the course.

by distortions of the body framework, a The laboratory techniques essential for

background in pathology is an essential

accurate diagnosis, such as chemical and

part of the educational program for Basic

microscopic analysis of the blood, urine and

Technicians.

sputum, are studied.

Orthopedy, which is the science of preventing and correcting body deformities, includes a detailed study of the spinal bone structure

The course, which is a study of the skin and

and related muscles and ligaments. Anat-

its disorders, includes lectures on skin dis-

omy is a prerequisite for the course in eases and associates them with nerve orthopedy, which is a fundamental part of interference.

Chiropractic education.

A study of the forces in the natural world,

The science of the mental processes is inves-

and its phenomena, is offered to help the

tigated. The course at Logan Basic College

student better to understand the mechanics includes study of both normal and abnormal of the human body. The course includes both psychology.

Designed to prepare Logan

lectures and laboratory work. The facilities

graduates to work effectively with all types

are adequate to permit Logan students to

of individuals, psychology is of primary

learn through actual experiment and unvary-

importance for health practitioners.

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This course is a study of children's diseases

The course includes a study of the foods best

and their relationship to spinal distortions.

adapted for use with specific body mal-func-

An understanding and application of Basic

tions and the necessity for a balanced diet to provide maximum nutrition in abnormal

Technique for the correction of children 's

bodies.

distortions is included in the course.

The study of poisons and their effects upon the body is offered to familiarize Logan graduates with symptoms of toxic conditions and

A study is made of the special terms used in

to facilitate rapid and accurate diagnosis. Chiropractic, tracing their derivation from the Greek and Latin. Terminology, an orientation course, is offered early in the freshman year.

The study of the laws governing and regulating the healing professions is undertaken. Special attention is given to existing Chiropractic laws and the possibility of improvments in those laws.

The work in this course covers the science of sanitation and hygienic health, including rules for public safety and well-being. The The student is instructed in methods for suelaws governing public health are studied

cessfully conducting a private Chiropractic

and students are equipped with the back-

practice. The course is based on the most

ground essential to fill a chiropractor's place

successful systems used in private Chiroprac-

in his community. This course is very im-

tic practices and upon Dr. Hugh B. Logan's

portant to the student both in his private

persondl experiences during his long and

practice and as a matter of public relations.

successful professional career.

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Spacious Reception R.oom at the Logan Clinic where students learn office procedure

thoroughly prepare students for practice in an ever-widening field . The course, which is a study of female diseases, provides the student with a background adequate for the needs of a Chiropractic practitioner. This course is also required for all enrolled as office assistants.

Embryology is the scien~e of fetal life. The course offers a study of developmental anatomy with lectures and demonstrations describing the development, maturation, and fertilization of the human germ cell; the development of the embryo and growth of the fetus ; origin and development of the various structures of the human body; and the various anomalies which result in the congenital defects. Laboratory facilities are correlated with the class work .

The course is designed to provide the student with a knowledge of pre- and post-natal care. The amazing success which has been achieved with the use of Basic Technique in pre-natal care and child delivery is ample evidence of the importance of this course to

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lntemes at Logan Clinic solve problems they will meet in actual practice

ments. An office record of each patient, similar to that which the average practitioner finds necessary and convenient, is kept by the student. The internes are assisted in their examination and with their records by a trained office assistant. Two yesxrs of training before entering the clinic, followed by twq years of interneship pefore graduation, elimi- . nate many of the early problems of the average practitioner.

Every student is required to have 1000 hours of clinic experience before graduation. In the clinic the student has the opportunity to meet and solve the problems he will encounter in his own practice. Under faculty supervision students X-ray their cases, determine the proper adjustment by manual examination and X-ray interpretation, and give the adjust-

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Radiant, natural health cannot be gained in bodies with a distorted framework. There is only one design for a normal, healthful spine and with the help of Roentgen's X-ray it is possible to detect minute mechanical faults. The new and revolutionary Logan Basic Method of Chiropractic is the science of correcting spinal distortions. Logan Basic Technique restores and maintains health by eliminating the mechanical basis of disease from the body framework .

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technique for the calibration of vertebral sub1uxation by reducing X-ray measurements to millimeter rule. It is this unique and exclusive technique of the Logan method which reduces Basic Technique to an exact and accurate science. With Basic X-rays measured and marked according to the Logan principles it is possible to determine accurately the extent of body distortions, the correct course of procedure and to observe the progress made with retake X-ray pictures.

The Logan method developed a new X-ray

Every Logan graduate is thoroughly trained in X~ray technique

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The course is a study of the fundamentals of organic and inorganic chemistry, including both quantitative and qualitative analysis. Much of the students' work is done in the chemistry laboratory with explanatory lectures by ·competent instructors.

A study of the chemical activity of the body, includes an analysis of the chemistry of food digestion and absorption, body growth and nutrition and the fluids of the body.

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The course includes instructions in marking X-rays by millimeter rule to detect mechanical faults in the body framework. The method was developed by Dr. Hugh B. Logan to provide Basic Technicians with an accurate method of X-ray interpretation for sound diagnosis.

Palpation, which is the process of examining by the application of the hands to the external surface of the body, is studied from the Basic Technician's point of view, with an analysis and study of the spine to develop the indispensable sense of touch .

sary technical procedures.

The body structure is studied, with its parts and organs as related to each other. The course includes lectures and demonstrations. Laboratory observations are correlated with living specimen and X-ray film .

A more recent addition to the Logan Basic

ogy and gynecology. Classes are attended

College curriculum is the Office Assistants'

from 8:00 A. M. to 1:00 P. M. , while clinic duty,

or Chiroprqc;tic Nurses' Course. The course

for which the trainees are compensated,

grew out of the demand for young women

occupies afternoons or evenings.

The course in X-ray physics gives the student a working knowledge of the X-ray, the construction of X-ray equipment and the neces-

especially trained to assist in the highly

The young women wear neat white uniforms

technical work in a Basic Technician's office.

while on duty in the clinic, where they act as

Office Assistant trainees attend Logan

internes' assistants, rece:p.tionists, and record

College for one scholastic year. They are awarded a certificate of training upon their

keepers. Alternate time is spent in measur-

graduation, which is conducted in conjunc-

ing and marking X-rays or making clinical

tion with the concurrent year's senior gradu-

laboratory tests.

ation. Tuition for the nine months is $315.00.

Well-paid positions are open to these young

The office assistants study Chiropractic

women upon their graduation. Their work

philosophy, office procedure, X-ray technique

is absorbing and educational, and there is

and interpretation, dietetics, psychology,

an ever-increasing demand for such trained

laboratory diagnosis, Chiropractic terminal-

assistants.

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Dr. Vinton F. Logan Following a highly successful career as America's most prominent lecturer on Basic Technique, Dr. Vinton F. Logan succeeded his father as President of the College. Beloved by all Logan students, he serves as a leading source of inspiration on the campus.


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BASIC TECHNIQUE Now in Use by 2500 Outstandingly Successful Chiropractor~

<Jaur;kt c~tud-itte~ ai tke ..Por;aH eoller;e anJ c~ e~ Logan Basic Technique is derived from the simple premise that the human body cannot be normal and therefore healthy if the bony frame is distorted. The science of Chiropractic has demonstrated through many years that subluxated vertebrae can cause suffering and disease. Most ailments in any part of the body can be traced to the pinching of nerves as they leave the spinal column, and the skillful replacement of spinal segments by competent chiropractors has brought great relief to millions of sufferers. The Logan method however goes one step further and has proved through thousands of X-ray pictures that most spinal subluxations are caused by spinal curvature and that this curvature· must be corrected if the interference to nerve function through spinal pressure is to be consistently and permanently eliminated.

Typical Before and After X~ray pictures showing how spinal curvature is corrected through Logan Basic Technique

Through the proper use and interpretation of Basic X-rays and the employment of the exclusive Logan method of adjustment, crooked spines can definitely be straightened. Thousands of before and after X-rays testify to this amazing fact and .countless thousands of well and happy patients owe their new-found health to this discovery.

clinic and study halls. The College is located on a beautiful 17 acre campus with groves of stately oaks, shrubbery and gardens, eight miles from the heart of the city. The health program which each student must follow has been of great value to Logan graduates who leave the College weH equipped in both mind and body for the successful practice of their chosen profession.

The College has an exceptionally well qualified faculty headed by Dr. Vinton F. Logan, nationally known lecturer and teacher, acting as President. Many other members of the faculty have been practicing chiropractors and bring to 'the students the benefit of practical experience in this field.

Through years of effort the Logan Basic College has attained a place of eminence unparalleled in the Chiropractic field . It enjoys the support of the most successful members of the Chiropractic profession who unhesitatingly recommend the College to prospective students.

The physical equipment of the College is excellent with well equipped laboratories,

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After providing information r,equested thereon, your application should be forwarded to the Logan Basic College of Chiropractic for approval and acceptance.

The enrolling student is allowed credit on all subjects taught at the Logan Basic College of Chiropractic upon receipt of transcript of credits from any recognized educational institution. A transcript of credit is given to each student upon graduation.

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In the interest of both the College and the student a carefully planned set of rules must be read and observed by each Logan student. The rules are designed to provide the maximum benefit for the student from his college work and every effort is made to encourage wholesome recreation. Smoking is restricted to recreation rooms, dormitory rooms and porches , alcoholic beverages are prohibited on the campus at all times. Al'l students must be in by midnight previous to regular class days and 1:00 a. m . on other days. The above rules, typical of those adopt~d by the College are readily appreciated and willingly obeyed by Logan students.

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An application blank appears on page 23. Additional copies will be sent on request.

Many Logan students are married couples who live in cottages on the campus. During the war some trailers were used as a temporary measure until building could be resumed

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each textbook essential throughout the entire course. Matriculation dates are the first school day of the first week of September, February and July. Enrollment should be arranged 30 days previous to these dates .

Regular college classes are confined to the hours from 8:00 a. m. to 1:00 p. m., five days per week. A total of 4100 hours of instruction is given. 1000 hours of interneship in the College clinic are confined to afternoons or evenings during the junior and senior years,

Tuition for the en tire four year course is - $1250, and is payable in advance at the rate

making a total credit of 5100 hours.

of $105 per trimester (three months period) . In accordance with the educational philosophy of the late Dr. Hugh B. Logan, the total number of hours of instruction are more than is required for graduation from most colleges. The program provides adequate time for a thorough academic background as well as practical experience in the clinic.

The cost of standard textbooks averages less than $25 per year. The most notable texts procurable are used. The student will find

D aily lectures by faculty members are a part of the Logan course of study

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The degree Doctor of Chiropractic is conferred upon satisfactory completion of the four-yedr course of training.

The graduate must be twenty-one years of age, of good moral character, with thirty-six months elapsed time of training, except where acceptable credits are earned elsewhere from approved educational institutions. He must have a passing grade of seventy-five in examinations, and must be present when degree is conferred at regular graduating exercises of his class.

The honorary degree Bachelor of Science of Chiropractic is awarded for extraordinary scholastic accomplishment. A certificate of Office Assistant Training is awarded to those who complete the ninemonth course of training. A certificate of proficiency in Roentgenology is awarded upon graduatron and the satisfactory completion of this course.

.ew.uu; ,4CC(J.ffl~ Living and dining accommodations on the campus are available for the majority of students. The social atmosphere of the Logan Basic College is the best possible . .. all seeming restrictions are designed for the benefit of the students' greater future . Regardless of tuition receivable, immoral and incorrigible students are dismissed upon receipt of convincing evidence.

Linens and bedding are furnished by the College. Draperies, bed spreads, towels, etc., are furnished by the student. For additional information write to the Office of Admissions, Logan Basic College.

Modem, comfortable rooms contribute to gracious living in the girls' dormitory

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Limiting each summer and winter vacation to two weeks enables the student to complete his four years training in .three years elapsed time . .. two weeks are given during each Christmas season, and another two weeks are given the latter part of August. This varies somewhat in the Junior and Senior year for the upper classmen, as they are engaged in serving their clinic interneship.

It is the desire of the College that all students notify the College in advance of their arrival date, time and place, so that the station car can be on hand to meet them. College pennant stickers will be forwarded to all students to be placed on their baggage so they may be easily recognized upon arrival. Typical of the friendliness found on the campus, is the cafeteria dining hall where students and faculty eat together.

The beautifully landscaped 17 acre campus at Logan Basic College offers adequate facilities for a complete college program

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Every student enrolled at Logan College is required to have Basic adjustments regularly. Each student is X-rayed at stated intervals to observe the progress of his own spine under Chiropractic care. The heal th of Logan stu dents is remarkably good and the physical condition of the individual student is constantly improved during his college career.

Employment is available to worthy students at the College and in the city of St. Louis. Prospective students interested in employment should correspond with the Office of Admissions and have work schedules arranged to satisfy their needs. The possibilities of student work are extensive, and are adjusted to the individual's abili_ty.

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7701 FLORISSANT ROAD. ST. LOUIS 21. MO. Fill in all details possible, sign and date . .. ,................................................................................................................................................

................................................ , do hereby apply for admission to College of Chiropractic.

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.Date of graduation ...... . ......If so, where, and

Have you attended any educational institution since graduating from high school? .. give date of attendance and credits received.... ................................................................................. ........ .......... ..... ..... ..... When do you expect to enter?

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on............................................................................ .. .. 19..............., has completed the work shown in detail below, is of good moral character, and in accordance with the requirements is hereby recommended for admission without examination to the Logan Basic College of Chiropractic, 7701 Florissant Road, St. Louis 21, Mo. (He) (She) ranked in the (high) (middle) (low) third of (his) (her) class on the basis of four-year average . (He) (She) took the.

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Recitation Period.................... .. ... Mark (L) any subjects occupying double periods. Specify by (PG) any subject taken subsequent to graduation. In the event the High School Record is not available, fill in the following affidavit. I hereby attest that records of my above µientioned school are not available and that to my best knowledge I completed the work as outlined above. Attest. ............................................. .

(Sighed) ...................................................... .......................... . The Principal should send this recomrpendation to the Registrar, Logan Basic College of Chiropractic 7701 florissant Road, St. Louis 21, Mo.


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