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To the Editor:
—One of the comparatively new chiropractic schools, the Peerless College of Chiropractic of Chicago, in its catalogue, has an article under the heading: "Chiropractic Recognized by Big Insurance Companies." It follows:One of the strongest and surest indications of the great forward made by Chiropractic within the past few years, lies in the fact it is now recognized by many leading Health and Accident Insurance Companies.It is significant that many of these large Insurance Companies have come to recognize that a competent Chiropractor is as fully qualified to treat those suffering from sickness or accidents, as is a regular physician.Among the Health and Accident Insurance Companies which now recognize Chiropractic to the extent of accepting the signatures in the payment of their claims, may be mentioned the following:There follows a list of twenty-seven companies, most of which are in accident insurance work almost exclusively.
Camp HM. CHIROPRACTORS AND LIFE INSURANCE EXAMINATIONS. JAMA. 1924;82(9):738–739. doi:10.1001/jama.1924.02650350070038
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