As a profession, we do not want medical doctors adjusting vertebral subluxations but we want to treat disease.Why is it medicine can be so adamant that a displaced (herniated) disc can impinge upon the cord and spinal nerves and cause all kinds of problems affecting the function of the nerve system? They are so confident this can happen that they actually perform major surgery to reduce that impingement. Yet they are just as adamant that a misaligned bone cannot have the same effect.The strength and greatness of chiropractic is and always has been in the chiropractor’s realization of his or her own limitations. When chiropractors cease to realize their weakness and dependency upon the innate intelligence of the body to accomplish their objective, chiropractic will cease to be great.

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