Hagen's first book
What right did I have to write a book with a paradoxical title?
For more than 60 years I never missed a day of work due to
illness and never found it necessary to take prescription
drugs or over the counter medicines. My wife of
years has never taken a prescription drug. Our six children never had a pediatrician. They had excellent
attendance records, excelled in athletics and intellectual achievements.
I’ve treated 50,000 patients from almost every state and province
of Canada and several foreign countries. Many came to our
clinics on crutches, in wheel chairs, on disability, and
living on drugs.
My sons and I treated
almost 50 patients for a major meat packing company that
were advised to have back or carpal tunnel surgery by MDís,
chiropractors, and physical therapists.
None of the patients we treated
wound up in surgery. One patient that had two back surgeries and had not
worked for five years was returned to work in four months pain free.
I’ve authored the largest
Nutritional Chart ever published as well as a
Depletions Chart that illustrates what nutrients you loose by taking
aspirins, alcohol, antacids, caffeine, antibiotics, birth control pills,
cholesterol drugs, Cola drinks, diuretics, Estrogen, laxatives, smoking,
steroids, stress, and sugar.
Iíve treated hundreds
of athletes without surgery or drugs and enhanced their
At age 82 Iím still working 10 to 16 hours and enjoying
every minute of it. I play tennis every morning and golf
three times each week and practice three days each week
treating patients in our clinics in Sioux Falls, SD and
Council Bluffs, IA. My wife is often asked which one of
my sons she is married to. Although every male on both
sides of my family are bald in their twenties I still
have a nearly full head of hair. I do take a lot of
For more than sixty years Iíve saved health articles,
attended seminars and classes at major universities and
clinics, been trained in non-medical treatment protocols,
and tried all kinds of natural therapies. Some worked.
Curriculum Vitae: Bruce C. Hagen
Dr. Bruce C. Hagen grew up in Southern Wisconsin. Born at home he saw a
medical doctor twice before graduating from high school. He enlisted in
the US Army Air Corp upon graduation the week of his 17th birthday.
While in the Air Force he served in Texas, Guam, Japan where he attended
Keio University, and Fort Campbell, KY.
He attended the Palmer College of Chiropractic in Davenport, IA. He
interned with Dr. R. A. Silbaugh, a professor at Palmer College in
Wheatland, IA. He received a BAS degree from Westmar College in LeMars,
IA. He received a Certificate of Management from the American Management
Association at Morningside College in Sioux City, IA.
include The Latest Strategies in Treating Low Back and Sciatic Nerve
Disorders at the Harvard School of Medicine in Boston, Managing
Physicians, Health Systems Management, Industrial Ergonomics, The Latest
Strategies in Health Systems Management, and Negotiating Health Care
Contracts, all of which were conducted at the Harvard School of Public
Health. Other seminars include Carpal Tunnel at the Stritch School of
Medicine, Loyola University, Acupuncture, x-ray, Industrial Consulting,
Athletic Injuries, and Nutritional Evaluation.
The author of numerous articles and books on health including Clinical
Procedures and Patient Management, Practice Administration, The Personal
Injury Practice, the largest nutritional chart ever published, and
Depletions Chart and a genealogical book entitled, From Whence Came I.
He has lectured to chiropractors from every state in the Union and
several foreign countries.
Hagen continues to practice with his son Dr. Mark Palmer Hagen at one of
the nations finest chiropractic clinics in Sioux Falls, SD. Both doctors
were team chiropractors for the Sioux Falls Canaries baseball team and
the Sioux Falls Sky Force professional basketball teams. He and his wife
Beth have presented free chiropractic clinics in Jamaica five times,
once in the Ukraine, and five times in Poland where they have given over
a million dollars in free services, clothing, and health care items.