Neurocalometer, Neurocalograph, Neurotempometer Research As Applied To Eight B.J. Palmer Chiropractic Clinic Cases. Preface by L.W. Sherman, DC, Asst. Director B.J. Palmer Chiropractic Clinic. Published by Palmer School of Chiropractic, Davenport, Iowa (undated).

Sleeping sickness (brain fever or encephalitis). Case No. 2120.
“November 1944, child had infection in her nose, caused from a dead hair. Sulfa tablets were given to clear this up….In February 1945, was very irritable and not eating as well as usual. After a spinal test, she was diagnosed with sleeping sickness and told there was no cure. She was having difficulty using her hands, was sleeping most of the time, refusing to eat or drink.”

“By the time we reached the B.J. Palmer Chiropractic Clinic she was stone blind and could not stand or walk alone. She had also lost all power of speech.”

“One hour after she received her first adjustment, she could talk. Her appetite returned, and three weeks later she could see fairly well. Today she is a healthy, normal child and has perfect vision.”

Child had one adjustment and was under clinic care for about 7 weeks.

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