Simon Senzon is a social scientist, historian, philosopher and one of the most prolific authors in the chiropractic profession. With over 25 years of research on the history and philosophy of chiropractic, his work has resulted in more than 30 peer-reviewed papers, the publication of 18 volumes of chiropractic books, numerous articles and lectures, and a reputation as an internationally renowned chiropractic thought leader.
Simon’s eclectic and expansive knowledge is informed by his Masters in philosophy from Goddard College, Doctor of Chiropractic degree from Sherman College, and his recently completed PhD in chiropractic from Southern Cross University. His PhD thesis pioneers a novel analysis of the chiropractic identity literature, illuminating a new path forward for the future of chiropractic research.
Simon is the founder of The Institute Chiropractic (TIC), through which he teaches chiropractors and chiropractic students worldwide a depth of context for the history and philosophy of chiropractic by utilizing the Integral Approach developed by Ken Wilber.
In addition to his prolific writing and academic career, Simon is a practicing chiropractor, specializing in Network Spinal Analysis, with his wife Susan in Asheville, North Carolina, where they live with their three children.