Why Do They Make It So Hard?

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Some chiropractors want to get people in the office with back problems….but that’s only  a relatively few.

OR

They want to get sick people well…but that’s only a few and then they get well.

OR

To prevent disease… but eventually people get a disease in spite of chiropractic.

We make it easier: We want to get people in the office because everyone is better off without vertebral subluxation. Is that so difficult to understand and to communicatw?

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This article has 6 comments

  1. Steve 08/05/2014, 1:27 pm:

    I want them all. I will adjust any spine at any time for any reason. Just give me an subluxation and an opportunity.

  2. Straight DC 08/11/2014, 1:56 pm:

    It must be because so few are able to do it successfully. If it was that easy, more DC’s would be practicing that way. Unfortunately, the path of least resistance is the road most traveled. So obviously what we do (adjust because everyone is better off without subluxation) is not as easy as it sounds.

  3. David Suskin 08/11/2014, 2:22 pm:

    I spoke to someone the other day. She goes to a Chiropractor. Asked her if she’d been in for her adjustment recently. She said, she’s going to PT now, likes her chiro, but the insurance will only pay for one.

    Perfect example of The Masses who don’t understand chiropractic (confusing PT and Insurance with what she knows chiropractic to be), her misguidance, the Chiro’s misguidance and lack of unique identity, and me personally not knowing where to go in that conversation, except perhaps if I was giving Lay Lectures and just Invite them in. But the hook needs to be strong maybe like.
    If You Don’t Know Chiropractic Philosophy then YOU DON’T KNOW A THING ABOUT CHIROPRACTIC! – The public has to be told STRONGLY, that they have been misinformed, have an opportunity to learn something Life Changing, but basically told If they see a chiropractor and don’t know philosophy (repeating myself), THEY DON’T KNOW A THING – STRONG!, ARROGANT, CONCERNED AND FACTUAL!

    But alas, I didn’t and still don’t have the cajones 😉

    • Steve 08/11/2014, 2:42 pm:

      Did you GENTLY ask her if she knew the difference? (DC/PT)

      • David Suskin 08/11/2014, 2:48 pm:

        NO Steve –
        Do you know the difference between what Chiropractic is and PT Steve?
        No I Don’t Dave? I kind of thought they were similar.
        And you would say… 😉

        • Steve 08/11/2014, 4:48 pm:

          David David David, That was your in. As Claude would say, your invite to tell them more. Chiropractic deals with I,F& M. PT only M….. OR only Chiros address subluxations… OR You know Cindy, the more I learn about Objective Chiro. and yes I’m still learning, the more unique and separate……..

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