Medicine: Backs & Barrenness

Many osteopaths on the way to their national convention in Chicago last week understood that King George VI's personal osteopath was to make them a speech and thus put a royal gloss on their rising profession. Dr. W. Kelman Macdonald of Edinburgh, who was the American Osteopathic Association's chief guest, does not belong to the King's medical household. Nearest approach to an osteopath in that prize group of British doctors is the Manipulative Surgeon to the King Sir Morton Smart.*

Dr. MacDonald, however, brought U. S. osteopaths something far more useful to them than gloss....

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