Did Archimedes Prove Chiropractic (once and for all)?

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The only form of chiropractic that can be accepted based upon clinical/rational results is objective straight chiropractic, in part,  because of the limitations of its claims. If just one person in all of history got well with or …


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Educating non-English speaking PMs

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A problem with practice member education for non-English speaking people is that we tend to explain chiropractic in a mechanistic model like a hard bone on a soft nerve, using anatomy and physiology concepts, and …


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Spinology

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The reason Spinology can stay away from theological concepts is that it begins further down the “deductive line”. This avoids the real philosophical issue that Stephenson, B.J. and I address and apparently differ on. That’s …

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DIS-EASE

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In my understanding of the Palmer philosophy, it seems to me that BJ saw DIS-EASE as synonymous with an interference with the forces of the innate intelligence of the body, as incoordination or a lack …


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FORCE

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Force in chiropractic philosophy is not the nerve impulse. It is the “wish” of the innate intelligence of the body that is being carried by the mental impulse. it is not just elecricity. Electricity can …

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A Thought (that I may have posted before)

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Matter that acts in a manner inconsistent with the matter around it necessitates another law acting upon it rather than, or taking precedence over  the universal law, much the same as the law of aerodynamics …

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The Problem

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The problem always is that there is not enough life!

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A Reggie Anecdote

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In discussing the value of leg checks, Reggie used to tell audiences that in checking my spine, I once asked him if I had a short leg. His response he said was “Joe, they’re both …


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Instinct

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Instinct-an impulse without reason. But the innate intelligence of the body has reasoning ability in the sense that it will always “choose” to do what is best for the organism, most conservative, and then do …

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Q&A # 49 Vaccination and Research

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Why do many chiropractors decry vaccination which is apparently done based upon legitimate research? Is it because: A. Research as a whole is not legitimate. B. That particular research was not legitimate. C. All research …

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