American College of Mechano-Therapy

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American College of Mechano-Therapy

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1905-1920

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The American College of Mechano-Therapy operated in Chicago, IL, between roughly 1905 and 1920. It was founded by William Charles Schulze, an 1897 graduate of Rush Medical College and practicing MD licensed in Illinois, Minnesota, and Wisconsin. Schulze was born in Germany in 1870. Schulze incorporated the American College of Mechano-Therapy in 1907 and served as its president. Purporting to be the “largest eclectic school of drugless healing in the world,” the College offered a training course via correspondence. Though heavily criticized by the medical establishment, mechanical methods of healing nonetheless were increasingly popular in North America in the early part of the 20th century.

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