Confusion in Chiropractic

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We are not responsible for everyone or anyone (for that matter) grasping or accepting chiropractic. We are just responsible for making it clear to everyone. Imagine if we had done that from the beginning of …

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“Chiropractic” Research

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So-called “chiropractic research” is merely demonstrating the known chiropractic principle (which encompasses the “33 principles of the Basic Science of chiropractic”). The problem is that unlike combining HCl and NaOH which always give us the …

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Evolution, or Revolution or…?

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In BJ’s 1957 text Evolution or Revolution he contrasted the ADIO and outside-in viewpoints and posited that the former (ADIO) was a contrast to the latter (OIBU) and that it would eventually supplant it. So… …

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Miracles

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Miracles are not limited by limitations of time and matter. They are reality beyond Nature and natural law. But…you must first believe that there is a reality beyond nature and natural law.

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Q&A#80, What makes chiropractic Different?

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The fact that state boards were formed, and the legislature created laws to limit the practice of chiropractic to something different than medicine, that by law, means it was intended to and must be something …

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Stupid Statements #6

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“Facts are more important than ideology.” The only way that is valid is if the facts are based upon principles and not opinions. Most so-called”facts” are merely a person conveying his/her own “truth”/opinion. The CCE …

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Thought

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We may have any belief/viewpoint we choose. That is why man was given a free will. BUT we cannot confuse or “mix” those beliefs/viewpoints with the chiropractic philosophy.

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The Uniqueness of Chiropractic’s Objective

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A major problem with the acceptance of so-called chiropractic philosophy is that in doing so many chiropractors accept outside-in approaches and/or approaches that while they are not necessarily outside-in or even wrong, they are not …

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Sherman College’s Contributions

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Since its establishment in 1973, Sherman College has been responsible for some of the most important aspects of chiropractic and their success.They include: 1. The recognition that chiropractic should be defined by its objective. 2. …

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Public Opinion

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The public opinion in 1895 was one that could be best described as outside-in. All approaches to “health” including medicine were based on the idea that sickness, disease and lack of health came from the …

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