The Dr. Harold Dick Tapes
Welcome to the historical collection of Dr. Harold Dick’s lectures and videos. It is with a labor of love that we have preserved and digitized these talks and history. The quality of the videos may differ, so please be understanding of the technology in use at the time these were made. These works are copywritten and may not be reproduced or used without our written permission.
Dr. Harold Dick, born in 1921, was a trained auto mechanic in WWII. He had an auto garage business in Caldwell, Idaho when he discovered the healing practice of Otis G. Carroll, a Sanipractor in Spokane, Washington. After Ruby Dick, his wife, was cured of Rheumatoid Arthritis and Paul Dick, his brother, was cured of bleeding stomach ulcers, Harold took up the torch, becoming a Naturopath and training with OG Carroll for 3 years until the old doc retired in his 80’s. Dr. Harold then opened his own clinic in 1959 and practiced in Spokane until his death in 1993. He passed his clinic on to his daughter, Dr. Letitia Dick-Kronenberg, ND in Spokane, Washington. Windrose Naturopathic Clinic continues these healing modalities to this day, under the medical direction of Dr. Letitia Dick-Kronenberg, and is the longest continually operating naturopathic clinic in the United States.
Part 1: Introduction by Andre Saine, ND (30 minutes)
“Our Philosophy is to Cleanse and Purify” Dr. Harold DickNorth West Naturopathic Physicians Convention, Sheraton Inn, Portland, Oregon: October 24th, 1982.
This is a historical lecture by Dr. Harold Dick, with a short introduction from Dr. Jared Zeff, and a longer introduction by Dr. Andre Saine. This is Dr. Dick’s first video lecture ever recorded. Harold had refused to speak to the profession for years, as he told many that he didn’t think the profession wanted to hear what he had to say. “I have tried to talk to my profession for years and they don’t want to hear what I have to say,” Harold would say. Somehow, Andre and Jared had a way to draw him out to speak. Thankfully, we have these recorded talks.
Part 2: Dr. Harold Dick Lectures (48 minutes)
Part 3: Dr. Harold Dick Cases Presentation (25 minutes)